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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1013.
YOU DON'T NEED ALL THE CASH TO BUY YOUR OUTFIT HERE-COME IN AND INVESTIGATE OUR CREDIT PLAN
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We Intend To Continue These Extremely Low Sale Prices
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De Order Ho Give All a Chance fup
TO BUY AT THESE THE LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED
A great many of Our Old Credit Customers have expressed a wish that they too be allowed to share with our
cash customers in these extremely Low Remodeling Sale Prices, consequently this sale will continue up
on the most LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS.
We are going to sell more outfits .that's why
we are offering you these special inducements.
We want the newly married to come here and
ct us furnish their home complete for less than
th&y will ever buy again.
You Never Heard of
Prices Like These
Round Dining Table
LARGE ROOM SIZED RUGS
9x12 tapestry brussels,
Remodeling Sale prices of Mattresses
Full size bed sprir.rs, wood frame,
wnvpr. w;rr salr nrire . . .
Cotton top mattresses,
iuu size, btue prim .......... 4-r
All cotton mattress, fancy art fl A g"
ticking, sale price Pire
None to Dealers.
0x12 VELVET RUG Floral
and oriental patterns, suitable
for any roonrfl f JQEZ
sale price . .Jp a a o xJ
AXMINSTER RUGS 9x12, not
seconds or damaged goods, but
the very best Axminsters made
sale price -
WILTON VELVET RUG 9x12
size, very hand3ome patterns,
price . . .
Solid oak full 6-foot extension. Is
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The Unifold for durability and
simplicity is considered 0 0, 15
the most perfect "
It's a Chance of a Lifetime for
the Newly Carried
as the same large sale tags will be left on each article. When
you consider that we are offering you the selection cf an en
tire outfit from the biggest stock of high grade furniture
and rugs in the Tri-Cities, and in many instances below
wholesale cost, you really can't afford to miss this chance.
Buy your outfit now and we will hold it for you unlil you are
reay, but by all means take advantage of these unheard of
prices, you can save from $50.00 to $100,000 NOW.
Riverside Stoves and
are included in this sale. Now is the time
to buy your range or heater. Don't wait
and pay more later.
Where Can You Beat It?
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You never saw a bed like this
sold for less than
$15, our price
It's all Brass
You'll have to hurry.
NO EXCUSE FOR NOT HAVING ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOMES NOW THAT YOU CAN BUY AT THESE PRICES ON EASY TERMS
TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS
Local and Foreign
Chicago asd New Tork market! fur
nibbed by & W Wagner A Co.. mem
ber Chicago Board of Trade; grain,
provision, stocks and cotton; private
wlrtt to ail flnanolsi centers. Corre
spondent oa the New York Stock and
Cotton Exchanges. Trt-clty offlce In
Rock Island hotel. Phoaj Rock I
P. J. McCORMICK, Manager.
High. Low. Close.
87T S7H S7-Bl
92 92S 924-Bi
Wheat Open. 1
Dec j,.... 69i
May 71 H
Jan. 20.02 :
May 2017 :
Jan 10.97 :
Jan 10. 57
?0i 69H 70VB
71S "OK 71H-B
20.02 20.15 A
11.00 10 90 10.95 B
11.02 10.95 10.97 A
Wheat 50 8
Corn 193 77
Oata 117 12
Minneapolis 606 62S
Duluth 498 503
Winnipeg 1,145 1,354
Chicago Estimate Tomorrow.
Wheat today .... 1,262.000
Year ago 1.670.000
Corn today 646.000
Year ago 436.000
I Omaha 5,700 3,100 19,000
St. Louis .
St. Paul ..
Cash Grain Market.
Oats No. 2, 41 No. 2. w. 41 V;
No. 3, w. 406 42: y.o. 4. w. 404 6 41V.
Corn No. 2. 71i724: No. 2. w.
72tr724: No- 2. ? 72 72; No. 3.
7lfi2: No. 3. w. 72j724; No. 3. y.
7:'4"24: No. 4. 70&71; No. 4. w.
71 4 Q 71; No. 4. y. 714 71.
Vhat No. 3. hard. 854; No. 1. ns.
594 690; No. 2. ns. 8SQS91; No. 3,
cs. 1 74: No. 4. ns. 83 ti 84 4: No. 3. s.
Ji74; No. 4. s. S3tf!44: No. re,
t74SS: No. 3. vc. 85; No. 4. vc. S4.
Wheat opened uncharged to 4 high
er: clowd 4 o S higher.
Corn opened uncharged; closed
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Hofts 23,000; left over 3.SG0; opened!
steady at yesterdays average. Mixed;
6.056 9.0fl. good 6.35 9 S. 95, rough S.OOj
08.30. light 8.30Q9.O5.
Cattle 4.000; steady. " v
Sheep 22,000; strong. . ..
Nine O'clock Market.
Hoes steady at yesterday's average
Mixed 8 10fi9.05, jtood 8.35S 8.95, rough Copper
6.038.30. I'-ght 8.30g9.05, pigs 4.S5S i Lehigh Valley
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Oct. 1. Following are
the quotations on ta New Tork stock
United States Steel, preferred
United States Steel, common
723 000 R-oclt Island, preferred 224
1 027 000' OCK "'ana, common 14
362 000 ' Southern racific 91
343,000; V-CUUIU a'8
.Missouri t-acinc 30
Northern Pacific 1128
Louisville & Nashville 135U
Canadian Pacific 232
Chesapeake fc Ohio 594
I Brooklyn Rapid Transit 894
J Atchison 94
! Sugar 1104
St. Paul i05x
Butter, creamery, pound 31c
Butter, packing stock, pound 18c
Parsley, bunch 34c
Tomatoes, green uouse, tu. . .75c J1.00
Cucumbers, per doaen 20c
Lettuce, pound 10c
New potatoes, bushel 80c-90o
Onions, uunch 2o
New cabbage, Louisiana, pound ..3c
Onions, Texas, Bermuda and Silver
Skl. per bushel 5LO0
Old cocks 7c
Halibut, fresh 10c
Pickerel, pound 8c
Catfish, pound 15c
Trout, oound 14c
Flour, Feed and Fuel.
Straw, ion , IV..0
Straw, tale 35c & 40c
Hay, prsirie, bale 55c60c
Bran, ton $23.00
Bran, twt $1.25
Ear corn, bushel 75 c
'Oata, load, bushel 42c43c
j Corn chop, cwt tl.?5
i Shors, ton $24.09
Shorts, cwt. $1.25
Wheat, busbl 9Cc
Coal, lump, per ton $3.50, $4.00
Timothy hay $14 3 $15
if aje straw 8.00
Rye, per bushel 64c
stocks rather prominent. The reason
for the strength in these issues is
explained by the statistical position of
the metal. The lake copper strike,
and the disturbance in Mexico, con
tinue to keep consumption below nor
mal. Notwithstanding the occasinal
signs of firmness the market fails to
broaden out. With the railroads re
porting frequent decreases in net earn
ings and other lines of trade becom
ing less active, the groundwork for a
bull speculation is hardly at hand.
Drift of the Weather.
steady. Top 9.00. Uuy them ou thojthern appeared to bo a good inquiry
weak spots. for Manitoba parcels with reduced
crop estimates, for Hungary and
Liverpool Situation. Franc. At 1:30 p. m. the market dull
Liverpool, Oct. 2. The weaker i hut steady and unohnnged to 4 higher.
American-cables yesterday were offset ('or11 orfn"d unchanged and later
by persistent reports of drought in : advanced 4 t 4 with December
Eou'h Argentine and the- opening of
the market was steady and unr-hanged
to 4 hisher. Following the open ins
the market was dull at the opening
advance. Kussia and Canada continue
to offer freely at a decline and expec
tations are for liberal world's (ship
ments this week with stocks in the
leading the strength. Weaknrss in
America was offset by expe"tations of
lipht shipments from Ar?rntino and
a better demnnd for parcels and dis
tant shorts covered.
7.65. bulk 8 30 3 S.80.
Ca'tle steady. Beeves
cows 3.40Q 8.25. stockers
i Republic Steel, common
, Texans c.3038.00. westerns 6.60 s.75, 1 N Market Square Sales
; calves ."W8 n.:a.
j Sheop strong, 3.00 34.75, lambs 5.00
1 Closing of the Market.
Hogs closed strong at yesterday's
average. Mixed. 8.105 05: rough.
'S OO 8.30; good, 8. So 3 S i. ; light. 8.30
; Cf 9 05.
I Sheep strong.
II WAGNER'S REVIEW II
Scuthwcst Receipts. .
Hogs. Cattle. Shoep.
Oct 1, 1913.
Four loads of corn at 75c to 75c.
Two loads of timothy hay at $16.00.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Oct. 1. Following are the whole
sale quota Lice cn rae local market
Butter. Sggs ani Cherts.
Eggs, fresh, dozen
.6.000 5.000 i.0u Wifuu, dairj-. pouaa
Closing Stock Letter.
j New York. Oct 2. In the early
jpart of the session, the market was
inclined to be firm on purchases
which appeared to be for foreign ac
i count. Canadian Pacific was the fea
jture. strength being imparted to the
j issue by a favorable construction,
' placed on the statement issued by the
j chairman of the board of directors
yesterday. After the eariy advance,
I the market eased off some, and toward
U'ne early afternoon, again showed
i signs of hardening with the copper
Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas United Kingdom larre. Thef,e fac'ors
Fair tonight and Friday moderate. ; served to check the adVance but still
Wisconsin Fair tonight not much :
Minnesota Fair tonight and Frl- j
day; warmer west tonight. (
North Dakota Fair tonight and Fri-'
day; warmer in south tonight.
South Dakota Fair tonight and Frl-1
day; warmer tonight. !
Nebraska Fair and warmer west j
Montana and Wyoming Fair to
night and Friday. Moderate. j
Morning Grain Letter. J
Chicago, Oct. 2. Wheat cables 4
higher. Strength due to drouth in :
southern Argentina. There was buy-!
ing of wheat yesterday below 87 cents :
for December and of an important I
character and e believe the long'
looked for reaction upward is close at !
! Corn cables 4 to 4 higher. Weather f
1 map perfect. Reported that local
bulls will 6hip out large line of ca.sh j
corn in near future. Total stocks j
here, public and. private houses, esti-!
I mated at 4,000,000 bushels. Market at ;
present at a debatable level and flue- i
tuations should be closely watched for'
: quick turns. For investment pur-'
j po?es we favor the purchases of May j
t close to 70 cents. . . j
j Oats receipts light. Cash demand ;
shows little improvement. Think prof- j
.Its should be taken cn moderate ral- i
;ies. as no nig advance in sint with u
j present Canadian competition.
i Provisions 22,000 boss, alow andj
London The White S ar Lin an
nounced that hencefor'h the steam
ship Olympic would nMth'-r embark
no - land iia?fenj,ei-s at Quetn3town.
(Rear cf 1121 Fourth avenue)
Let us vulcanize that bad automobile tire cf yours.
Send your tire to U3 and the work will be done to your en
We do the best of work and our price- arc meet rea
sonable. All Work Called For
Telephone Reck Island 2 03.
SCHREINER, Frop. P. TOIVLINSON, Mr.