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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1008.
j Nominee for Congress in 14th District
has ever been made before. The opportunity is oneeyery
householder should seize. The savings will hardly be dupli
cated in months;
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M. J. McHniry of Moline, democratic
nominee 'for congress in (his district,
is in all -.j'spect4 oue. pt the county'.;
rtpreseutaUve 'c'pien. He f was born
ia this bounty and spent his early life
on a farpi .Twenty years ago, having
qnr.lifleOf forrthc practice of law, he
hung out his shingle in Moliue, and
has since made ; tnat city his home. Be
sides practicing ; his ' profession with
unusual success,, he has been most ac-
tivc in-furthering the commercial in
terests and; development of the county
and of his home 'city.
. He served a term as postmaster of
MoIme'.aniV'in: that capacity showed
fclgnal ability,, extending the free de
livery service to, all parts of the city
and enforcing for .the first; time the
eight-hour riile with respect to letter
carriers, . i K4 Tw '--
Mr.McEuiry has been a working
member of t hr business-and commer
cial organization Of the community for
yoarsyjand its 'mow. iserving his third
terfn lis present of the Moline Busi -
itess MeuV association. Another line
iiOTBUXS TO Kllie'lini.
A local joung man. who had been lepeating the seme old arguments
anSint r;COntraCKl,P in M3n' whe!1 one oE ho wa3 known
S. i hed to come home proved to be a democrat but who had not
iSSr klnf-.; of Srafters m hiS(been saying mu; yawned and said:
.ethod ,.of gettmg home. His con- -Well. boys. as yon all know, I am
tract , assured him his railroad fare a domocrat but I don't hesitate to
both ways Incase he did not take the Fay i Bryan is elected that in my
fiS-,f-'-Te o l d the wort- oP'mon foar months from the day of
satisfactorily. He made good, allright, ' his inauguration there will not be 75
rrT C,0niinS h0me the.Pr cent of the factories in the coun-
"thrLh! h1 A happy vince(l of this that I am willing to
Uiougbt stenck him and he paid tha bet $1,000 on ir "
boss $2 to discharge him thus secur- The republican., present jumped up,
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THEX OKMO.fllATS i,AltillKI).
Poiitics has naturally been the most
.general topic of discussion .during
their leisure hours for weeKs by trav
tlin men who have been out trying
to drum a 'little business" in these
republican linies. Those of the repub
lican bran3,. j(ffer the manner cf their
Kind, have'on such' occasions drawn
tlismal pittutfes of themselves out of
womk altogetiier in the event of demo
cratssuccess: One of the most
weighty stack stories that they have
been jaccusomed to spring has been
'fhAt" 4n? i nti(.fAin.
order UofeMFrttreled if Bryan wer-
kighU of he grip were taking It easy
; -'A Relief for Blue Monday. '
LAFRANCE LAUNDRY TAB
.. LETS. -
": Fill the long: fdt' want. Have "
you tried tUem, Jf not, why not?
, lWn6jn why you should try
; thni; TUy iare different f rom
' other - ihey work while ydir
tleetj; thfe preserve your fine
W 'AbmlujfTX: Jiarwkss; cut time.
. m hay.ijt';. j : .' '' . ;
. Be hyre to ask your grocer "to
thom. Xq mutter what yoa-,
Jfric4-fi'e, try jthse. if you
r ; (rQQi W fssomi they' will
f nhow vou. Follow directions
') carefully, -' , ; - ...
v FOB ALE py "
"S.M ti'leld, 2530 5th aye.
Lange & llnitwaUff, 270 7tU aye.
Chan. Holmgrta, 2&l th ay,
.''Apple Bros., 723 M MS?
Larsor & Larwin J444 7rh avo
I ) Element & Uiearicn, ZZQ 20tb tt,
!v " Siemon A-
A.' N. Carlson, 4319 5th ave.'
baker & young;
of work in which he has been eonspic-
nous is waterway improvement. He
is now chairman of the' conservation
of natural resources committee of the
Upper Mississippi River Improvement
association, and is also a member of
the executive committee of the same
In fraternal work Mr. McEniry has
shown his customary energy, and his.
voice has been heard and his counsels
heeded for years in the Modern Wood
men. Red Men. North Star Benefit as
sociation, and Fraternal Tribunes. v
Mr. MeEniry's untiring work for the
advancement of public measures is in
dicative of what may be expected of.
him if elected to congress. He' is in
favor of abrogating the ruling of Taft
while secretary of war requiring the
men employed by the government on
the river and harbor work here to be
employed 10 hours per day in viola
tion of the eight-hour law. He is op
posed to machine and ring rule. If
elected, he will serve all the people
jand be heard in their interests on the
floor of the house.
K,, iuX i.M...'' . 'iu . ,
cianreu tue sneaker on th hact
shook hand3 with him and said thev
knew, all -along that ho was a more
sensible fellow than he had received
credk for being.
Th? democrat? in the group were
naturally disconcerted ' by this bomb
apparently exploded behind their own
breastworks by oi;c of their o.n num
ber. Finally when the commotion
caused b. the statement had subsided
a bit the man who made it smiled
Quietly and went on:
"Yon gentlemen don't seem to be
aware that four months fro.a March
4 is July 4."
And then the other fellows 'aughed.
joki: ON Till; JOKKIt.
Earlier in the week whsn the re
sults of the first drawings for Rose
bud lands were being made public a
well known emjloye at the Woodmen
office who is noted for his .ungovern
able inclination to play practical jokes
jralled'tip Lewis Grove, another era-
ploye at the sa;ne oflice, and after the
usual, saturations Kald-
"This is The Argus office. We have
just received word that von hv
'drawn a farm in the Rosebud agency.
jWbat do you expect to do '-with it?"
j . Of course Lewis was overjoyed. . He
. told his office associates and othr
friends about jt, knocked off work for
the day and had a box of cigars sent
around to the .hoys. Then somebody
j took pity on him and . told him the
'bitter truth. His erlef and chagrin
7 were just beginning to wear off when
i !ho received in lifs matt IhU morning
official notice that he had in fact
drawn a number which .:wouM give
him a chanpe to file on a claim uh re
lated elsewhere in ttuttso colnmns
Then It was the joker'a turn to buy.
While The Argy' part In tlio IncI-
nenr. was entirely Invowtifary llt
jEchievement from & tewpup':r point
of. view was cn a par with that ut the
,Cbicago paper which re-nf Jy clufnud
credit for delivering tntii in rmimn
io a want aavcrtijjft
: Lam Back,
This ailnMit i ttsfiy ttumH hy
rheumatism of th mmrU-n of th
small of the back, and In quickly cured
by applying chaniberifiln'n - r.fntm.nf
.two or three tlmr a Anv nmi m 'luster.
ing tue pnri at fach application, For
Mlo.1r nil drii"rl:t'-.
'werything Marked M (PBalm
. &, T JX 5
The Famous Model, Early Meal This
Rane combares witlr fifljRano-p vnn
pay 50.00 for at any other store,
For results ask your neighbor
She has one
Steel range is the most beautiful
range on the market. It is highly
nickeled, the oven is large and
roomy and well ven- OQ AA
tilated, price .05v).UU
CORNER SIXTEENTH STREET AND
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look at our price.
Great Cast Range at $ 2 4. 2 3
Is a 35.00 Stove Everywhere
' nickeled, J ! -
- 1 large gySC
tir,. '-rrr p?? duplex :i&Sa33 rTTSUl
;xf?SSJHl either L JVJi-
;Sfl4 $33.50. -
Thi range burns either wood or coal, has duplex
grates. The oven is large and well ventilated, in
suring perfect baking; fire backs are guaranteed in
this stove for 5 years, price
Is certainly the most wonderful stove
on the market today. It keeps fire for
43 hours, consumes all gases and
smoke;, this alone means a saving to
you of one-third. Let us show you
this stove. '
There is a
$5 to $10
on each of the
tnis to ouy a
at tnis price,
This stove is far superior to any
thing of its kind on the market today.
It is very massive, beautifully nickeled
and a good heater.
Value, like cut; J .
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of the Earlv Meal U
You will never have another chance like
Higli - grade Range
i ; Steel
I" has HrSP ".
ther- p fatfjf .
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