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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1909. '
Improper Use of Endorsement
by Political Committee Is
IN THE JUDICIAL CAMPAIGN
Lawyer's lYieiidship Is
the Interest of liciry
! 1 iire
Judges Endorse Cooke
Virginia Enquirer: The ilftmoci atic
members of the' bar if this county,
prior to the republican judicial conven
tion .held ar. Macomb, signed an en
dorserncnt "of the fliutac-t t'r and loal
attainments of Mr. McClure for the
purpose, ami solely for the purpose of
assisting him in his candidacy for the
Since he was named by (lie commit
tee as a candidate to fill the vacancy
caused by tho declination of Judsc
Mack. Mr. .McClure, through his cam
paign committee, has been sending
circulars to the voters and putting mat
ter in the newspapers containing this
endorsement, with the pit face tltat it
The three judges of the Eighth judi
cial circuit have this to say concern
ing the candidacy of Hon. George A.
Cooke, candidate for-judge of the su
Hon Harrv Hiebee: It affords me
great pleasure to say that Hon. George
A. Cooke, democratic candidate for
judge of 'the supreme court In the
Fourth supreme judicial district, is
thoroughly qualified for the position,
is a gentleman whose personal charac
ter is above reproach, and Mr. Cooke's
election to succeed the late Judge
Scott would meet with my approval.
Hon. Guy-" R. Williams: I am very
plad to be able 1o have an opportunity
of .'peaking a word in behalf of tho
candidacy of Hon. George A. Cooke.
Mr. Cooke's ability and qualifications
for judge of the supreme court are be
yond question. I would- be well pleas
ed to ste Mr. Cooke elected.'
Hon. Albert Akers: Mr. Cooke is a
broad-minded man. and an able lawyer.
and would make an honorable and con
scientious judge of the supremo court.
While he has been a loyal and active
democrat, I am satisfied that were he
i elected to the supreme bench he Would
in no wise l:e influenced by nts politi
cal views in the discharge of his offi
ARSENAL MEN IN
Allege Their Wares Have Been
Reduced at Behest of Tri
City Factory Owners.
Masters Speaks for Cooke
DENIAL BY COMMANDANT
Itoes Not Know nf Any IMscontent
AmoiiK Employes There
flttims Charges (ii-oitiidlcss. .
ment to indicate that we are now sup-
i porting him. he Is making an unfair
mil is placing us in a false
is an endorsement of his candidacy be
fore the people, and in ohm iiwancejuse of it
says it is a recent endorsement. Tho position before the people,
puruose of all this is to convey th- V desire to state tliat
idea that, the democratic lawyeis of
this county are supporting him for the j
judgeship. This is unfair to tnee
We are creditably informed that in
public and private utterances in othe.r
counties Mr. McClure has be.'ii bold
we are each
of us giving George A. Cooke of Aledo
oi:r tmqralified support for judge of
trie flipienu- court.
We know him to be eminently quali
fied for thy position and worthy of the
support of every voter of the district.
We pledge Mr. Cooke our support and
A Washington dispatch states that
there has been filed there a petition
sisned by 1.500 Rock Island arsenal
workmen protesting against a cut in
wages and alleging that the reduction
Is made at the behest of the(owners of
factories in the trl-cities 10 give them
precedent for cutting the pay of thei
men or of refusing them advances
when they were asked for.
' Iteninl ly Coiniuniiitnut.
Colonel F. E. Hobbs. commandant
the arsenal, when interviewed by an
Argus representative this afternoon
said: "That is the first 1 have heard
of any discontent among the employes
at the arsenal. The men, so far as
know, are satisfied with their pay. It
is not true that there has been a cut
As for neighboring factories Influenc
ing the regulation wages at the ar
senal, the commandant said that it was
absolutely without foundation.
The following. letter, from Edgar L.
Masters regarding Hon. George A.
Cooke.- the democratic candidate for
judge of the supreme court will be
read with much interest Mr. Masters
Is a law partner of.Clarei.ee S. Har
row, and is president of the Jefferson
cinb of Chicago, Mr. Masters writes
Chicago; Spt. 18 1909.
Homer D. Dines, Esq., Quincy,
Beur Mr. Dines: I want u speak a
word in favor of George A. Cooke, who
Is a candidate tor judge of the supreme
court for the Fourth distiid.
1 was very much gratified when he
was honored with the nomination.
have known Mr. Cooke for nearly 20
years, and I can testify to his democ
racy and to his integrity and ability
At school Mr. Cooke was noted for his
loyally in friendship and for bis can
dor and honesty, and as he has gone on
in life his fellows have grown to rec
ognize in him the characteristics which
were so highly appreciated In him at
Knox college. His ability as a la wri
ts well known and requires no mention
from anyone. I am very glad that you
are chairman of his committee, and
am expecting the people of that dis
trict will place him upon the bench.
Yours very truly,
EDGAK L. MASTERS.
enough to declare that the democratic ( our vote, and we desire the public to
lr.wvf.rs of this count v are working for know that we are using and will con-
Kic 1i-tt I ri an.) -1 1 1 -ft fnr him.
II 13 VIII4W1I . - . .-... ;
We know that the democratic lawyers ! procure his election
tinue to use every honorable means to
nf this city are no: supporting him and
will not vote for him, as the s-taterar-nt
over their signatures immediately fol
lowing this clearly shows.
They feel that Mr. McClure has tel:-
en advantage of their friendship. They
as an expression of a friendly and i
- i i. t I v - : I. ......
IteiiiiHJi ly leeiins:. jHe men t'lt'iuia-
ment to assist him in iiis rtruggie in
his own party. They preferred to see
him nominated by the republicans to
any of the other candidates. They
never expected that by this expression
of friendship he could possibly think
they intended to desert their party
candidate A man may be a friend of i
another and yet not feel under any ob
ligations to vote for him for office.
. Besides, two of the signers of this
endorsement are schoolmates of Mr.
Cooke and have been his , personal
friends for many years. To think,
much less to say. that they would not
vote for him. especially when they be
long to the same party, is ridiculously
presumptuous. The following state
ment takes the meat out of the en
dorsement : J
To the rnlilic
Virginia, 111.. Sept. 10. 19!3 We. the
undersigned democrats, members of
the Cass county bar. do hereby protest
against the unfair line -which we are
credibly informed Milton McClure is
making of a certain endorsement given
by us to assist said Milton McClure in
obtaining the republican nomination in
the Macomb convention.
That endorsement was made before
the republican convention at Macomb
We. each of us, understood when we
signed it that it was to be used only
to assist Mr. McClure in obtaining the
We were solicited by Mr. McClure's
friends to sign it solely for that pur
pose, and we believe Mr. McClure un
ilerstood that it was to be iisfd for
that purpose alone.
If Mr. McClure is using that state-
A. A. KEEPER,
.1. X. G RIDLEY.
HAURY F. DOWNING.
CHARLES A. GRIDLEY.
After Mr. McClure received the nom
ination for supreme judge at Quincy,
;ned the endorsement that had
been given him by the Cass county bar
prior to the Macomb convention. I
e:i'l stand by that endorsement, but
Mr. McClure ought to know I am not
supporting him for the election and I
wish my friends to know this also. I
am convinced that Mr. Cooke is equal
ly well qualified for the supreme bench
of Illinois, both as to character and
Ie-;al ability, and I believe as a matter
of principle he should be elected.
A. T. U CAS.
State'.- Attorney for Cass County.
WOMAN DIES WHILE
HERE FOR A VISIT
SILVIS SHOPS RE
SUME THIS WEEK
Boilermakers' Union Arrives at
Understanding With Sup
. Maltas, W elt on, Iowa,
111 at Kerry landing;
CITY DADS IN CHICAGO
Inspect Municipal Systems and Take
in Cubs-Giants Itaseball Game.
Mayor G. W. McCaskrin headed a
delegation of aldermen and city of
ficials that spent Sunday in Chicago.
Accompanying the mayor were Al
dermen Frank Lawlcr, Henry C.
Frkk, Charles Thompson, Frederick
Borst. John Carse. William Cochran
and John Holzhammer; Ttif-haiy
Newberry, chief cf the tire depart
ment: Hamlin Hull, street superin
tendent; Thomas Rosenfield. plumb
ing inspector; Martin Rudgren. city
clerk, and William McNealy, city
Tne tour of inspection included po
lice stations, fire houses, pay-as-you-enter
cars, electric lights and plumb
ing. In the afternoon the party wit
nessed the 14-inning baseball game
between the Chicago Cubs and the
New York Giants, which resulted in
a 4 and 4 tie.
Mayor McCaskrin arrived home
Saturday evening from Omaha, where
he attended the national convention
of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Mrs. Charles William Malias. who
was suddenly stricken at the local
ferry landing Saturday, died this morn-
ling at S:::n o'clock at the homo of her
'sister, Mrs. R. A. Shaw. 42U.X Sixth
Mrs. Maltas was on her way from
' her home at Welton. Iowa, to Rock
i Island for a visit with relatives when
i the fatal illness overtook her. She
i had come from the Davenport side,
and was just stepping from the ferry
dock at 11 o'clock p. m. Saturday,
when she felt a sharp pain in her neck.
She was taken to Mrs. Shaw's home
in the ambulance. Mrs. Mal'.as had
been suffering from Bright's disease
for three years, and it was this ail
ment which caused her death. I
Mrs. Maltas was born, at Dubuque,'
Iowa. Aug. ?, lSfifi. She had made her j
home a; Welton for the past 2S years. I
She is survived by her husband and
lo children. Mrs. J. Betts. William.
Sarah, Agnes. Emerson, Leslie, Her- j
bert, Carl. Fern and Edith, all of Wel
ton, and by a brother, F. A. Flynn, and
two sisteis, Mrs. R. A. Shaw and Mrs.
E. A. Hinkley. all of Rock Island. .
The remains will bo taken to Wei-1
ton tomorrow morning at 7:4.". The
funeral services will be held from the
family home Wednesday afternoon.
Burial will take place at DeWitt.
that appeals to the appetite crisp, golden-brown
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There's a flavor to
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Family Size 15c
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Pcstum Cereal Co.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
LINE 0' DOPE.
(Continued from page Three).
guished yesterday when after three
straight defeats at the hands of the
Giants the score in the fourth game
was left a tie, 4 to 4, after 14 innings.
Pittsburg need win but. S out of IS
games yet to play to cinch it.
Dr. .1. K. Hollowbush spent yester
day in Galesburg.
Lee Smith left Saturday afternoon
for a week's visit in Chicago.
Captain and Mrs. .1. M. Meaidslev
left this noon for an extended visit in
Herman Ehihorn left this morn in:
to resume hi- studies at the I'nive:
r.ity of Chicago.
Mrs. Fied G-t.osmnu of St. Louis i
visiting with Mrs. Otio Schill, yz
B. F. Knox and son. Harry, returnc
las; evening from Milwaukee, wher
they visited last week.
Miss Helen Krell left this inoniin
for Nashviile, Tenn.. where she will
be a student at Bellmom coll 'ge.
.Miss Helen Krell departed this
morning for Nashville. Tenn.. where
she will attend Belmont college.
Miss Eieancr B. Scott left this morn
ins tor t.'rbana, wiiere she will take -ip
her studies at the Cnitersity of Illinois
i Frederick Hagedrrn left Saturday
for I'rbana. wher? he will begin hi
third year in the I'niversitY of Illinois
Mrs. Dorothy Strate returned Satur
day after spending three mouths visit.
inic in Seattle. Wash., and Sand t'oin
I Miss Genevieve Lawrence loft ves
terday for Columbus, Ohio, v.-her
sne win attend tne Ohio state uni
H. J. Gripp and family of Moline and
Charles George of Albany. III., left
Fatur.lay evening for an extended vis
Guy .wur.ger, who has been visit
ing at Byron, 111., and at Milwaukee
for the past week, returned to his
home this moruinjr.
W. A. Newton. ?,UV Eighth avenue
has resigned nis position with Deer
& Co. to take a foremanship wi ll th
nock island Plow company.
Frank Ehleb left Saturday for Chi
cago. He will go from there to Val
paraiso, Ind.. where he will study at
the I'niversity of Valparaiso.
R. C. Wilierion. chief clerk at the
Harper house, was called to Bloomin:;
ton. 111., today by the sad announc-
fee wilt be charged and Ice cream
will be served in the basement of th?
An All Day Session. The O. E. S.
Sewing circle will hold an all day ses
sion on the Hess farm near. Daven
port Wednesday. The members will
meet at the ferry dock at !l:3D o'clock.
All members intending to so havii
been asked to notify Mrs. E.L.Taylor.
LESS HASTE IN THE FUTURE
fl.clals Ask That Gi-ievuiiccs be Con
sidered Before Meu l-ave
Employment of Hoad.
It was announced today that the
000 employes at Hie Silvis shops of
the Rock Island would return to their
work Thursday morning of this week
as a result of an understanding reach
tn tit.' Qtinijr lniendent Seldel Willi a
ommlttee ' representing the boiler
One week aro today the big shops
,, .... ...nil...,.!
were closed down ioiiowhik wu.iu
bv the 40 boilermakers. The difficulty
arose over the employment of a non
union boilorniaker. .
Stmncrr from lilciit".
He was a stranger, having come from
Chiciijro After he had uetn put io
work, one of the union men Inquired
if r,e ariied a card. He said mat lie
did not. Hi; was then asked to join
the union, and refused. The discharge
of the stranger was demanded, and
when the demand was not complied
with, the entire force Of union boiler-
makers left their work.
It was stated by the officials of the
company that it woum ie imposMnie
io operate the other departments with
the boilermaking department Idle, am
this was given a? the reason for sus
pension of operations throughout the
Tnk Mure Time.
The meeting between the superiu
tendent and boilermakers was held
last evening at the Arlington hotel in
Moline. Mr. Seidel simply requested
that hereafter the boilermakers give
him an opportunity to adjust any
grievances before they resort to such
a course as that of last Monday. He
raid he wanted to get along with the
ii; en, and he saw no reason why there
should be anv future trouble. The
boilermakers agreed that they would
net be so hasty in future. And thus
the strike is off. so it is announced.
RAILWAY CLERKS TO
HAVE MEETING HERE
Two of Members of Local Association
Also Honored With Ollicc by
State Body. "
Chicago, Sept. 20. Following are the
quotations on te markets today:
September. 11"a, 102. 101 , 302.
Decembi-K ftSVs. !)SVj. i;7. '.ixi,,.
May. 101, 102, 10i. 101.
September, 08 ys, ;S . 07 . 08.
December. 00',. 00, ;(', coi.
May. 02. 02. 02, 02',.
September, ::f, :i!t. :'.!).
December. ::, ::i. :;!'.
May. 42. 42V&. 41. 41.
September, dosed 2:!. 4.1.
January, 1S.C2. 18.07, 1S.02. 1S.07.
September, 12.02. 12.1.1. 12.02. 12.1.1.
October, ll.fl.1, 12.0.1. Il.fi.l, li.ir..
January. 10.07, 10.70, 10.07, 10.70.
September. 11.90. 11.H2. ll.fio. 11.02.
October, ll.;o, 11.07. 11.02. 11.05.
January, 0 .10. 0..17, 0..12. 0..1.1.
Three Nights, Sept. 20, 21, 22.
Martin She.-U-y Presents
7 HE NATIONAL OPERA COMPANY.
Monilny Mrl.l, "Maiiwl."
T.uxilny NIkIiI. l!nvo"(i.' ;
We.liiexrfrij NiR tit, "M Ikndn."
, S-he Kunniest Coined Ian?, prettiest
MfiMenP. (Sifted Fiiisers. Crafcf ul Danc
ers. A positive revelation In rerine.-t
eiimle opera. . '
ITIee Hie. 2Hc, 3c and ".Ucr- Phone
west 224. ' ' "
Hock Island was voted the meet in
in Ki brnary of tl'.c Illinois State Fi d
eration of ltanwav Clerks at tue an
nual session hold at Decatur yeste
day. Seventy per cent of the lodges;
of the stafo were represented.
J. .1. Schilling and L. L. Taylor, dele
gates from the local organization, were
both honored with election to office,
the former being chosen secretary-
treasurer and the latter chairman -f
the t xecut ive board.
merit that his aged mot bed had die.l
Fay Taylor, who has been employed
at Salina, Kan., for several months,
has gone from there to Hupids City.
S. 13 where he will take a course in
Ala, club wrme to the president of itae aum" "'
1 i J . r.
Manager George Reed of the Mobile.
dub Saturday evening- and advised
him to put in a draft for Hilly Neal at
once. Heed watched Hilly work In
Saturday's game and decided that h-
could lie used to advantage by Mobil1?.
Billy deserves to go higher than the
Three-Eye, but we will hate to los?
President M. H. Sexton of the Throe
Eye league received checks this morn
ing from the office of Secretary Farrell
of the national commission for th'
draft money for three of the players
of this league who are to go into major
league company next year. The
checks were for Roiuer of Ced-.r
Rapids, who goes to the Chicago
White Sox; Collins of Hlomiiigton.
who joins the Xew York Nationals,
and for Xetzel, formerly of Peoria,
who goes to the Cleveland Americans.
Miss Rachel Adams, .".01 Forty-sixili
street, who underwent an operation at
St. Anthony's hospital a few weeks
ago, is recovering nicely and it wiM
interest her friends to know that she
will soon be able to he about.
Charles McHugh got a way from 1ii?
managerial duties at the Lexingto.i
hotel in Chicago Saturday to take a
spin down to Rock Island In C. A.
Stephens' touring car. He will remain
in the city until tomorrow night.
Meanwhile he is getting the glad hand
from his host of friends.
Mrs. Gilpin Moore, a former resi
dent of Andalusia, died Friday at her
home near Wessington Springs. S.
D.. of Hright's disease. She was 28
years of age and was born and spent
practically all her life at Andalusia,
tne family removing two years ago)
to a rami near wessington pnngs.i
Mrs. Moore's maiden name was
Elisabeth Smith. She leaves her
husband and three children, the.
youngest being an infant, four weeks.
old. Her mother, Mrs. Susan Smith,
of Andalusia, and a brother, Clar
ence of Philadelphia, also survive
The remains were brought to Dav
enport today and were taken to An
dalusia this afternoon. Interment wil'
be made there tomorrow.
Receipts today Wheat .'! 1 . corn
0. oats 1S7. hogs 22.000, cattle
.001, sheep "",,1100.
Estimated receipts Tuesday lloss
nog mantei opened steady, nogs
left over :i.10O. Light 7.. S.I di X.::.1
mixed and butchers 7.7.1 rn !S.4-1, good
heavy 7. .1.1 ft 8.4:1, rough heavy 7.1"
Cattle market opened Km lower
Sheep market opened 10c lower.
Omaha Hogs 1 ,r,ou, cattle lu.uuo
Kansas City Hogs ti.ooo, cattle
Hcg market closed strong to ,1
higher. Hulk sales S.o.ift s.:'o. Light
7. S.I fi 8.40. mixed and butcheis 7.71
h 8.4.1. good heavy 7.G0 ?i S..1o.
rough heavy 7.COfi7 7. S.I.
Cattle market closed 10c lower.
Sheep market closed 10c and 1.1
Northwestern receipts -Minneapo
lis today last week 78!). last
year 1,174. Duluth. today 1.4:
last week 1,230. last year 80 1.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
lower, corn "i, lower.
Liverpool closing Wheat 'i to V
lower, coin 's lower.
New York Stocks.
New York. Sept. 20. Following arc
the quotations on the stock market to
.f ??. : -i v-ta A.s.i.- - 't vi1 !
Union Pacific 20
U. S. Steel preferred 12!
U. S. Steel common S
Reading 1 T
Rock Island preferred 7
Rock Island common I!!
Southern Pacific 13
New York Central IS:
Missouri Pacific. 7
Great Northern 1.1
Northern Pacific 1.1
L. & N 1.1
C. F. I. 4
Canadian Pacific IS
Illinois Central 1.1
C. & O S
11. R. T S
B. &- 0 11
St. rani If
Republic Steel preferred It
HOESLY IS THE CHAMPION
Wisconsin Man Takes Honors in Dav
enport Shooting Tourney.
The 100 shot championship match
of the Central Sharpshooters' union
was held in Davenport yesterday with
37 competitors composed of the best
shots In the middle west.
The highest score was made by Dr.
H. Hoesly, New Glarus, Wis., who
made 2,149 out of a possible 2.500.
S. A. Schindler, also of New Glarus,
was second with 2,138. Emil Herg, a
local man. finished third with 2,130.
Distance of range was 200 yards.,
shooting oft hand position.
On honor target, three shots, pos-
sible 75, the same conditions pre
vailing as the 100 shot match, .JiiUhl
Muhl, Keystone, Iowa, won with a
score of 70. J. M. Schmidt, New
Glarus, was second with C8. and Dr.
H. Ho'esly, New Glarus, ' third with
67." . - - . 1
PLAY OF SYMPATHY
BRINGS EASY. MONEY
lames Younger, Professional ".Moodi
er," is Sent to Jail to Seive '
James Younger was sentenced to 2:"i
days tn the county jail this morning
when he was brought before police
Magistrate C. .1. Smith on the charge
of being a "tnoocher." Younger had
been working a sympathy gag which
was paying him so well that when th.
police ordered him to quit It he re
fused lo do so. He carried a paper 'f
needles and accosted passers-by in
Silencer square and asked them to buy
from htm to help a crippled miner wha
had a wife and child to support.
Frank Cameron and Harry Payn
wo young fellows living In this city.
ere each fined $3 and costs on a
charge of disorderly conduct Saturday
evenlng. They were driving throni
the streets of the city at a gait too
much in excess of the speed allowed
under tho city ordinances.
Thursday Evening, Sept. 23.
WHITE MINSTRELS. . ,
mini Sienle l"irt I'nrl it Fnnuy Knd
M,. Vi Sxet Yotcril Sluier
Sliiiciiiis Nuuiiirrx, riiitriiM1,
l.nlcst Suiix 1 1 1 1 K.
S--iuiil Part Olio of I'.ig Feature acis.
IJiini tets. Ciimedy Aei nliats. Jug-Kl-rs-.
("nni'-dy Mnsi.-:il Act. 12
' PciTm-minK I K - Music.
-Mirth. M I.hIv.
Prlet-H 21c. ?.'c. Street rmrailo
it noon. Phone west -11.
GRAND SPECIAL BILL
(oimnenving: Monday, HO, '22.
6 BIG FEATURE ACTS 6
LYDELL & BUTTERW0RTH
The I . i r I P.i-own (iii I and the I'mtiiy
Isaiuer. Singing, Talking; i,d
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Republic Steel common 44'
Southern Railway :Ua
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vou tney will pay back toe sac on
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Provisions and Produce. ' ' J Upon request we will send a little book
Live Poultry Hens, per pound, I let tellinp just how the wireless works,
luc; spring chickens, per pound, 15- Everyone should learn about the wireless.
Soelety news, written or telephoned
to the soe.iety editor of The Argus, will
! gladly received iipd publl.shed. But
in either case the identity if the sender
mnst be made known, to Insure relia
bility. Written notiees must boar .six.
nature and address.
To Have a Bazar. The Helen Mills
circle of the ' Broadway Presbyterian
church will hold a bazar in the Sun
day school rooms of the church next
Saturday afternoon at ?, o'clock. Th-y
young ladies who belong to the sociey
have been working for some time mak
ing preparations tor the affair. They
will offer for sale useful articles i:i
needle work, for which they will
c harge a pi ice slightly in excess of t he
cost. They ill also sell home made
candy, and will serve refreshmens.
To Give Trolley Party. The Wom
an's Catholic Foresters will give a trol
ley and dancing party this evening.
The cars will leave the barn at 7..1).
going to Fifth street, at which point
they will turn, going back to- Moline.
From Moline the party will be taken
directly to the Watch Towfr. At the
Tower a dancing party will be given.
Concert at Church. The Youn"
People's, society or the German Evan"
gellcal church will give a concert at
the church next Thursday evening
Sept. 23, at 8 o'clock. An aduilsslori
fn.50 to $4.50 per dozen.
Butter Dairy, 23c to 25c; creamery,
Lard 13 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 72
Forage Timothy hay, $9
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slaclc,
c: oats, oNc; wheat,
ever saw. and which otter
evervone an opportunity to obtain
;li the purchase ut
United Wireless Mock. Address
Kespesi & Co., Harvester tSuiidios,, Chicago.
MON EY JT0 LOAN
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LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS
Mitchell & Lynde Building
Industrial Family Theater,
Beginning Tonight, Sept. 20.
Greatest Act in Vaudeville.
FOUROTHER BIG FEATURE ACTS-FOUR.
Admission 10c and 20c
You can reserve your seats by phone, New 8350, Old 37.