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THE JLEGHJS, SATURDAY, JUNE'27, 1903.
OBJECTS TO DROST
Question Called by the Defense in
Schnell Case on His
ANOTHER PHASE IN HEAE1KG
Coort Adjourned Until Monday
"When Judge tr aves will Male s
AVhen Daniel Drost was placed on
the stand today in the Schnell con
spiracy hearing just before court ad
journed Attorney J. L. Mass, for the
defense, raised a question as to the
competency of Drost as a witness
The attorney held that inasmuch as
Drost was a co-conspirator his testi
nu iiy should not be allowed. Court
adjourned immediately after the mo
tion without a ruling from .Tiidge.
(raves-, who has taken the matter nn-
The evidence of Mrs. MeDerniott
was completed yesterday afternoon.
although she was on the stand for a
tune this morning1 submitting to
cross-examination. She related sub
stantially all the details of the case.
The hearing will be taken up again
Rollnc Affirmed. .
The ruling of Judge (lest in the
"Weiland case wa - affirmed in the ap-
pellate court at Ottawa yesterday. A
judgment of $2.4:58 was brought in the
local circuit court for the plaintiff.
Mrs. Christina Wei hind", against the
Modern Woodmen. The suit was ori
ginally brought to recover on an in
surance policy held by the woman's
husband, William Weiland. who kept
a saloon in this city, on the1 ground
that he was engage in a proscribed
occupation. The case is one of some
importance to fraternal bodies and
to the Woodmen in particular on ac
count of the principle involved. .Tack
son. Hurst & Stafford and Head Attor
ney .1. W. White represented the so
ciety and J. L. Haas the plaintiff.
The s-uit of Mattic Garnett vs. Wil
liam Garnett, an action for divorce,
was heard before .Judge (i raves in the
circuit court this morning. The de
fendant defaulted and the decree, was
granted according to the prayer of
the plaintiff. The grounds for the
divorce were adultery. Attorney
Harry Schriver appeared for Mrs. Car
Possibly showers tonight;
Sunday, generally fair; no de
cided change in temperature.
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 61;
at 2:30 p. m. 75.
Uicycles at llynes.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Bicycles at Wileher'a.
Ilynes repairs wheels.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Fireworks at Young & McCombs'.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Buy your fireworks at Young & Mc
Combs. Fire cracker cheap at Young Sr
$.00 to St. Paul or Minneapolis via
the Rock Island.
Dressed spring chickens at Hess
Bros", this evening.
Trefz & Co.s ice cream is delicious.
Try a dish tomorrow.
Fireworks at wholesale ami retail
at Young &' McCombs.
Buy your fireworks at Trefz & Co.'s.
They have' a large line.
The Polly Perkins has come to stay.
Best 5-eent cigar made.
Trefz & Co. have a complete line of
fireworks. All new goods.
'Read our great mark-down ad on
page s-even. Ullemeycr & Sterling.
All kinds of fireworks, all the new
things, can be found at Trefz & Co.'s.
For tin and furnace work see II. T.
Eiemon, 152G Fourth avenue, Un ion 283.
Thompson's foundry, 512 Twenty
fourth street. General jobbing foun
dry. We are agents for Buck's celebrated
line of steel ranges. Clemann & Salz
in a no'.
Children's shoe bargains of great in
terest. The story is found in Mc
The largest and most complete line
of fireworks in the three cities at
Young & McCombs'.
The Kock Island has put in service a
parlor car to Chicago on their train
leaving here at 6 p. m.
Fancy strawberries at Hess Broa.
Plenty of fancy strawberries at
Hess Bros, this evening.
Cool weather has" made hammocks
slow at McCabc's; "0 per cent dis
count will move them lively.
Final June reductions in women's
clothing assures plenty of ready-t-vvear
bargains at McCabe's.
Save your graphophone disc records
by changing the needle with each run
of the machine. We sell the best nee
dles, 100 in a package, full count, for
5 cents a package. Drake Furniture
& Carpet Co., Davenport.
Blackberries, black raspberries, red
raspberries, cherries, gooseberries and
currants at Hess Bros', this evening
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fullerton are the
parents of a daughter, who arrived at
their home, SIS Twenty-fourth street.
A gasoline stove makes cooking a
pleasure in the summer time. Seethe
complete line at Clemann & Salz
lee consumers will find it to their
advantage to patronize Theo. Holdorf
at anti-trust prices.. Old 'phone U43,
Look to CU'inann r Salznvann for
right prices ' on furniture, carpets,
rugs, etc. They guarantee to save
you from 10 to "0 per cent.
Our stock of porch and lawn furni
ture is now complete. The last shi-
ment has arrived. This line is sure to
please you. Clemann & Salzmann.
Miss J. Alma Holt, the well-known
eornetist of this city, has been engag
ed as one of the soloists at the Moline
chautauqua to be held next month.
, Keep your food pure and whole
some by using an automatic refrigfe-
ator. Our ad on page 12 tells all
about them. Clemann Sr Salzmann.
There will be a lawn social at the
home of Mrs. George Hess, 1711 Sixth
avenue, Tuesday evening, dune 30 .giv
en under the auspices of the O. K. S.
An automatic refrigerator is a
pleasure. They give perfect satisfac
tion. Our ad on page 12 tells you
about them. Clemann & Salzmann.
Crux, grass matting by the yard.
n ideal material for porch rugs. See
our line. Drake Furniture Sr Carpet
Co., ?24-32S Brady street, Davenport.
Did you know that Drake Carries
the largest line of refrigerators and
ice boxes? Drake Furniture & Car
pet Co., 324-32S Brady street, Davenport.
If you are looking for a go-cart, the
automobile will "till the bill." See
them before purchasing. Clemann &
Kalzmaun. the dealers that save you
2.VJ silk pillows, fancv designs and
colors, worth $:!..VJ. for Monday, only
Jfl.'.'S. Drake Furniture & Carpet
company, 321-328 Brady street, Davenport.
Call and buy a hammock this week.
Each one a bargain. See them, up
from 1S cents. Drake Furniture v
Carpet Co., 321-3'Js Brady street, Davenport.
A gasoline stove is something that
von cannot dispense with during the
summer, we nave a line mat. we can
stand back of. See them. Clemann
Summer mattings, new and attrac
tive designs. Great variety of colors
up from 12,'2 cents ier yard. Drake
Furniture & Carpet Co, 321-32S Brady
See our complete line of summer
curtains and drapery. Everything
new will be found here. Drake Fur
niture & Carpet Co., 32 4 -32 S Brady
Buy your ingrain carpets of us ami
save money, hee those wool carpets,
up from 3'.) cents ht yard. Drake
Furniture S Carpet Co., 324-328 Brady
Fifteen hundred new selections in lo-
ineh and 7-inch disn- records to choose
from. Most anything you want.
Drake Furniture & Carpet Co., 324-328
Brady street, Davenport.
These Arnold, Constable v Co. em
broidered Swisses, worth 7j cents to
$1.4") a yard, will cause a crush in Mc
Cabc's wash goods department at the
sensational price of 30 cents.
What, a record? Eighteen disc
graphophones sold this week. Are
jou next to buy? Machines up from
$IO. Drake Furniture & Carpet Co.,
324-328 Brady street, Davenport.
Linoleums we carry the largest
line-west of Chicago, and at the right
prices. Up from 48 cents per square
yard. Drake Furniture & Carpet com
pany, 324-328 Brady street, Davenport.
Now is the time to buy a gasoline
stove and overcome the summer heat
in cooking. See our complete line, up
from $3.50 to $31. Drake Furniture
& Carpet Co., 324-328 Brady street,
The beautiful land of Si am and
Laos, with the custfirns of the people
and work of the. mission will be pre
sented in an illustrated lecture at the
Broadway Presbyterian church Sun
That sale of millinery at half, third
and quarter value crowded the Me
Cabe millinery department from
Thursday on. Some additional pur
chases go on sale at the same sensa
tional low prices.
Don't forget that the Rock Island
will have on sale a round trip ticket
to Colorado points July 1 to 10, at rate
of $24.25. Also at the same time round
trip to San Francisco and Los Aan
geles at rate of $.19.25.
$25.02 for the round trip Rock Isl
and to Boston via the Rock Island.
Tickets on sale dune 30, July 1, 2, 3
and 4. Long time return limit. Call
at city ticket office for information
regarding special party being organiz
ed. How about that sewing machine
you are going to buy? Be sure you
don't pay the double price. We sell
all makes at half the agent's price.
Up1 from $12.50. Drake Furniture &
Carpet Co., 324-328 Brady street, Dav
enport. The B. B. B. club gave a very enjoy
able dancing party at Black Hawk
Watch Tower last evening. The mem
bers of the organization and their
friends made up a company of 50 cou
ples. The music was furnished by
The St. Marguerite guild of Trinity
chapel have changed tiie date of (their
kale of fancy and useful articles and
ice cream and cake to be held at the
home of Dr. G. L. Eyster, 1100 Second
avenue. It will be given Tuesday,
June 30, instead of July 1.
Mrs. John Bade was pleasantly sur
prised at her home, 724 Fifth street,
Thursday evening by a company of 25
friends. Refreshments were served
and a delightful evening was spent
The hostess was the recipient of
pretty and appropriate gift.
Let us "shade" that new house of
yours, and we will save you money
A postal card will bring us to your
home to measure for window shades
and without charge. Window shades
up from 7 cents each. Drake Furni
ture; & Carpet. Co., 324-32S Brady
Car No. 201 of the Tri-City Railway
company's rolling stock was sent into
the shop yesterday morning to have
its terminal wires readjusted. The
car ran off the track at the corner of
Second avenue and Fifteenth street,
the hind truck tracking off independ
ent of the rest of the car. The result
was that the terminal wires of the
rear motor were snapped and the ap
paratus rendered useless, as the pow
er was thus cut off.
The Areus has received a letter
from Dr. Pearsall, stating that he and
hisfamily are delighted with their new
western home. They have purchased a
prettyand large home in Taeoma. near
Wright park, which is one of the
prettiest in the city. They are pleas
eii with the climate and they tell us
that statistics have proved that Taeo
ma is the healthiest city in the world.
and from views sent it certainly is
HANGS UP PAET OF BAFT
ON HEAD OF SANDBAR
While attempting to swing a lumber
raft around the double bend opposite
Dresbach the other morning the raft
er Lizzie Gardner was carried too far
into the slough at that point and the
raft was hung up on the head of the,
island. Rejeated efforts were made
by the Gardner and her bow boat to
free the raft, but nothing could be
done except to break the raft in two
and leave a portion of it on the bar.
The boat took the piece which was
free down the river a couple of miles
and then went back and worked all
day and most of the night getting
the. other piece off the bar. None of
the lumber was lost and the only
da ma "re done was in. the loss of the
time of the boats.
The steamer J. W. Van Sant is laid
up fur repairs down on the lower
river, having burned out. her boilers.
Owing to the fact that not a suitable
piece of steel can be obtained with
which to make the repairs, this sid
of Pittsburg, the boat will be tied up
for the next two weeks.
This is an unfortunate accident at
this time of the year. There is a rush
f orders for logs at the present time
ind with the tine stage of water there
is big money in towing. iy the time
the boat is repaired the rush will
probably be over and the velvet for
the season will be- gone.
Gov. Van Sant is making efforts to
secure a steamer to take the place of
the J. W. Van Sant until the repairs
are made, but it is not likely that he
will be successful as all boats are in
The Winona was in port from the
north and the Lizzie Gardner and
Waunetta went north.
The stage of water was 5.75 at 0
a. in. ana .i.iii at noon, i ne tempera
ture at noon was 75.
The Diamond Jo liner Ouincy is due
here at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing on her first regular trip of the
year, and it is exacted that the big
boat will carry a heavy load of freight
with a full passenger list.' Several
have already purchased tickets at this
Following is today's river bulletin:
Dang'r Hgt. Change
Line. 8a.m. 24hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
it. Paul 11 3.7 -.!
Red Wing 1 I 3.3 -0.3
Reed's Landing .. 12 2.'.) -0.2
La Crosse 12 4.5 -0.3
Prairie du Chien.. IS 5.2 -0.4
Dubuque 15 G.3 - -0.5
Le Claire 10 4.7 -0.2
Davenport 15 5.8 -0.3
Des Moines Rds.. .. 4.1 -0.3
Keokuk 15 7.8 -o.5
St. Louis 30 21.0 -0.8
Kansas City 21 1.5 0.4
indicates fall. rise.
River forecast for 48 hours ending 8
m., Monday, June 20, 1!03: The
present rate of fall in the Mississippi
will continue between Dubuque and
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY.
At the Jrake Furniture Ac Carpet 'Co.
324-328 IJrady Street Davenport. Iowa.
Monday we place on sale 5,000 yards
of Swiss curtain stuffs, colored or
white, MTects, at 12' cents, 15 cents
and 18 cents per yard, worth one-half
more. Drake Furniture & Carpet Co.
A Serious Mlntafce
E. C. DeWitt & Co. is the name of
the firm that makes the genuine
Witch Hazel Salve. De Witt's is the
Witch Hazel Salve that heals without
leaving a scar. It is a serious mistake
to use any other. DeWitfcs Witch
Hazel Salve cures blind, bleeding, itch
ing and protruding piles, . burns,
bruises, eczema and all skin diseases.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Riess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
ACROSS THE UNION
Philadelphians Touch Rock Isl
and on Transcontinental
LEAVE HERE. TOR BURLINGTON
Have "Experienced Favorable Weath
cr, but Koadt Have Decn
Horace Hrock, of Lebanon. Pa., and
Robert C. II. Hrock, of Philadelphia.
Pa., arrived here at noon today on
their way to San Francisco. Cal., by
automobile, taking dinner at the Har
per house. Their touring car. a 20
horse power Win ton gasoline ma
chine, is the largest which has been
seen in the vieiuitv. Its arrival im
mediately attracted a crowd and it
was, the center of attraction on the
part of interested onlookers until the
departure at 2:30. It was fully equip
ped for hard use, was covered,, provid
ed with side curtains' and an adjust
able glass front so that travel in any
kind of weather is possible. The roof
served as a repository for baggage,
extra tires, repair outlits and other
On tlie-Koad a Month.
The two. accompanied by a profes
sional chaffeitr, Owen Davis, of Phil
adelphia, have been on the road for
a month. After leaving Philadelphia
.New York and the New Kngland
coast, cities were visited. Later the
middle states were touched, then
Ohio and Indiana. Chicago was reach
ed early in the week. They left there
yesterday noon and made the run to
Rock Island in 24 hours, spending the
night at. Ottawa. The run through
Illinois was made via Joliet, Ottawa.
La Salle, Princeton, Kewanee. Geue
seo, Moline, to Rock Island. Through
the valley from Morris to Princeton
splendid gravel roads were encounter
ed, but from there to Moline it was a
struggle with Illinois dirt roads.
Leaving here the course was taken to
Davenport, thence down the Iowa
side to P.urlingtoii. They will strike
off through Kansas and Nebraska for
the coast. So far good weather lias
been encountered and no accidents
have been experienced. The trip is
being taken for pleasure, the owners
being wealthy Pennsv Ivanians, h
are enthusiastic uutomohilists.
PEORIA TRAIN RUNS
INTO A PILE OF TIES
The evening passenger on the Pei
ria arrived here a few minutes late
Thursday night, due to a happening
near P.ishop Hill which might have
n'sulled seri.ni-ly. While the train
was iiir.ving along at its accustomed
rate of speed the engineer sighted an
obstruction and before he had quite
controlled his fcm-oiiiot i e it had run
into a pile of .ties which had been
placed across the track, Xo damage
was done, but a fatal accident would
undoubtedly have resulted if the train
had not been slowed down. There is
no clue to the parties who apparently
tried to wreck the train.
ELGIN MAN FOR HEAD
PHYSICIAN OF WOODMAN
Elgin, III., June 27. Dr. J. A. Rut-
ledge, of this city, is slated for the
office of head physician of the Mod
ern Woodmen of America. He has
been ordered to appear before the
new executive council at Rock Island
next urolith, when, he will receive the
appointment. The head physician-
elect will make his headquarters in
1 his cit v.
All the news all the time" The
IjCKhorn Hats, new
crowns, stylish, values
81.25 and 1.60. priced
an eveu bait dollar
Ladles' stylish trimmed
Sailor Hats, worth tl
or more go this t
navy and red, 25c;
blaok and white tor
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
A RN0LD, CONSTABLE & CO.'S finest imported hand loom Swisses
seventy-five styles to select frc
75c to 1.45 Embroidered Swisses 39c Yd
AN EXTRAORDINARY PURCHASE AT AN EXTRAORDINARY PRICE
for summer gowns,
from at a fraction of the cost to import.
Owing to a change in management in Arnold, Constable & Co.'s New York house it be
came necessary to close out many lines summer goods especially at prices in many cases
less than half the cost of manufacture.
Among the other things to fall under the hammer were the embroidered Swisses, which
for elegance and serviceability have no equal in cotton dress goods. Our New York agents
were fortunate in securing for us 75 pieces of them in dainty colors, ecru shades and cream
tints, fabrics that are good values and sold well at 75c, 89c, 98c, 1.25 and 1.45 a yard, will
be placed in one lot and your choice of the entire batch, at 39c Think of it, Ofl
75c to 1,45 Swisses, at per yard
On sale Monday morning at 9 o'clock and until all are sold.
FINAL JUNE REDUC
TIONS IN WOMEN'S
'Y'O insure active trading
during the last days of
June, we have deeply cut
the price on many lines of
women's stylish clothing.
STYLISH SILK SUITS
Handsome Foulards in polka dot and
other pood patterns O "T ("
worth M6.S0 at 0
TAILOR MADE SUITS
Stylish ladies Snits, man tailored,
made of crash, blind cheviot, French
cheviot, etc., beautiful workman
ship and trimming, are selling at
115.00, $18.00 and 120.00 this last
June week for C 7
PRETTY NET SKIRTS
Pretty net Skirts, perfect hanging,
cheap at f 12.00, this f
week we say j J
SWELL DRESS SKIRTS
The very latest and best styles in
Dress Skirts, very swell broad cloths,
voiles, etamines, etc, values, $1 0.00,
$12.50 and $15.00, choice
Dross skirts in this season's styles, very de
sirable, perfect in make; values C QK
from 7.50 to 41U.UO for J.l(J
SILK WAISTS CHEAP
Beautiful taffeta Sdk Waists in all
colors, except black, best workman
ship and fit, very swell all selling
every day at $5.00 to $7.50 lines are
somewhat broken, so we divide them
in two lots for immediate CJ y
clearance, $3.75 and
TRIA1MED AND UN-
The Big Sale of Trimmed Hats
goes merrily on. That over
loaded Wholesale House pays
the loss. It's a race for bar
gains in which all will be win
ners. Handsome and striking
styles in new Millinery sold re
gardless of cost or value.
25c, 75c, 87c, $1.00, $1.50 and
$194 for Trimmed and Un -
trimmed Hats worth 2, 3 and 4
times the price.
Flowers at 5c, 10c. 15c and 25c
per spray or bunch, worth at
wholesale $6 to $12 per dozen.
SEASON has been a little slow in
starting, so as to boom the Mam
mocks, we rut the price, for the
week before the Fourth. These ham
mocks are the best made. Pillows,
valance, spreaders and all the ham
mock extras. Colors and patterns are
WE DISCOUNT THEM 20 per Cent
for the week. For instance
H3.O0 Hammocks will ! $2.40
2.4S Hammocks will h- l.9i
1.75 HHininookH will ho !.40
1.2:5 Hammocks will U: .98
Etc., etc., etc It means a big saing
011 eack hammock.
E recently closed a deal
with a well known fac
tory for several hundred
pairs of children's fine shoes, made
with imported kid uppers and best
oak tanned soles. We needed the
shoes and the makers needed the
money. The entire purchase has been
divided into three lots and will be
laced on sale Monday and all week
f they last at the following very
Infant's sizes, with or without spring
heels, made to sell at fl f
and tl-18, here at. O C
Children's 6izes, with spring heels,
worm 31.35, nere
Children's sizes, extra
made to sell at $1.50,
here at ,
Early buyers will
assortment of sizes.
find the be6t
JUST in stock, 100 more fancy Para
J sols, bought late and at prices
which allow us to sell them way be
low actual value
Parasols for ladies', misses', girls and
babies priced specially at 1.97, 1.47,
1.25, 1.00, 76c, 50c, 3S)c, "f l
25c and iC
25 only, ladies 5.00 and 6.00 fancy
colored Umbrellas, made for rain or
shine dots, stripes and borders
lKHight cheap they go cheap, remem
ber, worth up to 6.00, "X
any of them for JZs m
THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY. JULY FOURTH. NOT OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT
CUlcafco. June 2T Following are tlie open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today markets:
Julv. 2V. fH:
Sept. 7tf': 7J&:
Dec, 7Sl ; VH",; T7'4; 77 H .
July.50'4: H': I9.V
Sept. .Vi1; 50-V: 4W 50.
Hoc, i'Ji; i'f; 'J;
Julv. 27i; 427,; 40-4: I03i
Sept. 31V. 34? r Sl :Xt'.
Dec, 3; 3lVi; M; 33;-,, .
July, 15.S0: 16 80: 15 2ft: 15 27
Sept., 10.00; 16.00; 15.40; lh 10
July, 8 27: 8.10: 8.10.
fecpL, 8.42; 8 4o; b.2 ; .27.
July, 8.82: 8.85; 8.62: 8 6!.
Sept., 8.80; 8 80: 8.t2. 8.td.
Rye, Julyr?i; Sep. 55 v. fl.ii, cash, N. W.
I.0S. S. VV. 102; July 1.02; Sep. 105; barley
receipts today: Wheat 2. corn 08. oats
i 0 ; hORS 10,000: cattle K sheep l.MW.
Hob market opened weak to 5c lower.
Ulpnt. 5."rlie.05; mixed ana Dutch
t rs. Kt. 70615 95; nood heavy, tr.S55 95; rough
s Lockers and
Cattle market opened unchanged.
Sheep market ojx-Ded steady.
Hoes at Kansas City 3.O00. cattle
hogs at Omaha 7,000. cattle 2,500.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market opened slow and weak, 10c
LI Hilt, 15 75586.00; mixed and butchers, 15 65
55: good heavy, 5.tv:S5 1H); rough heavy,
Cattle market unchanged
Beeves II "."liiO 55, cows and
4 o. Texas steers 3.25&4.50,
teeaers 2 7Tffc4.7f.
Sheep market .steady.
Union Stock yards close.
Hop market closed weak. 10 to lSc lower .
LiRnt. fo.75&6 00; mixed and butchers, 5.65
(3.5 9J: Rood heavy, f5CO5yO; rough heavy,
Cattle market closed unchanged.
Sheep market closed unchanged.
Ksti mated receipts Monday: Wheat 25;
corn sou, oats 2o. hogs Sp.ooo.
Mew ork Stocks.
New York. June 2?. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York slock
So. facltlc 48S. sugar 1 K. C. & A. com.
gas . I'enna. l2i'4- H & O. 8i'. C. K. I. A
P. com 3;;' i.e. M. &. St. 1 150'i, Manhattan 130'4.
Pacinc Mall ... Atchison com.. t'.H. W. U.
Tel. Co N. Y. Central 127. L. & N.
1104, H. T. TO. Kdg. com. 40. leather
com. 8Ji, copier St. Atchison utd. S4. U.
S. Steel ptd V.. V. S. Steel common 30,
Missouri Pacific 103',, Union Pacific common
niv,. coal and iron M. Krie common 32H
Wabash ptd 4 Can. Pacinc 123V Republic
Steel ;.common '4. Republic Steel ptd. 74U:
M. K. & T. common American Car
Foundry common 37.l4; C. AG. W. If?-1
New York Rank Statement
New York, June 27. Reserves- on all de
posits increased fi.821.2 2 reserves on de
posits other than I". S. increased 2.85.425
loans increased. $8 H25.800; specie increased
5.310.500: legal increased. fJns9O0; deposits
increased, 13,S4O.5u0: circulation increased
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotation on Provisions. Lira
Stock. Feed and FneL
Rock Island. June 27. Following are the
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 2li&.22c, dalryU3Jl5c
Eggs Fresh I ic.
Live poultry spring chickens ?3 ooft?.! 50
per dozen hens loc per pound.
Vegetables Potatoes, old. 65c; new. 1 25.
Cattle Steers 13.50 to H.75, cows and
heifers f2.oo to 4.25, calves 13.00 to is.oo.
Hogs Mixed and butchers 5.25 to .".50
Sheep Yearliucs or over, per cwt. I J 50 to
(4.50, LamU per head H.lO to 15 50.
Fh1 and Fuel.
Grain Corn mk&.vc; oats. S5c to 36;.
Forage Timothy hav. 112 to 113. prairie
110 to til. baled prairie 99, baled timothy 112
Wood Hard, per load t5.0OQf.V5n.
Coal Lump, per bushel lai-t&iic. mine run
13c per bushel, slack, per bushel 7c.
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W. S. HOLBROOK'S BIG SALE of SUMMER. FURNITURE
Y- are overstocked 011 Summer Furniture, mid ir priee-eutter h;is been :it work all throug-h our stock of un uirr floods, and
evcrythiiihasKUtrered.. The prices of some have been cut in two in the middle, some have one-third lopped oil, aii'i -"me one-fourth.
Porch 15ockers. J'orch Settees, l'orch Couches. Porch Tables, Porch .lardinicr Stands ami Porch Shades. The la test assortment
of its kind in 1 lie tri-ciiics. Refrigerators, Co-Carts, Carriages, Mattings and Matting Kus.
jtioil porch settees, well made, red.
.jreeii or prolden oak,
4 feet loiip;
(Ireen folding lawn
made and finished,
4 feet lone:
(IoimI folding' settees
cane seat and back
with wide arms . .
cane seat, with
Iir!;e porch hiprh
chairs, with cane
Hat tan couches. 21
6 feet 0 inches
Pretty porch iardinicr
made of birch, wide
top and bottom
Pretty H-piece porch suits, settee
chair and rocker, splint Q Q
seals and backs OsvJU
A lnrgv line of mattinjrs pretty
patterns, as low IOC
A lsirffe line of IRn
.V larire line of "!7f
nmtt in rs '
A larpo line of 9flr
- large line of npl-
A large line of nC
The White Mountain Refrigera
tors are the coldest, dryest, clean
est, purest, most, sanitary ami best
refrigerators. ever made.
A $(',.75 A 7 R
refrigerator "T I J
An $s..i CQtn
refrigerator D.J U
A $12 q nrx
refrigerator C L.VJ
refrigerator. . . . 9.90
A $14 if
a $15 19 nn
We are closing out a lot of mat
ting ami grass matting "r
rugs, pretty rugs OC
One lot of grass matting -J - Q
Folding g - its. rubber r "r
tires .I ...L..IO
Folding g-. .1 i ts. rubber Q np
Large go-i:irls. rubber tires and
brakes, r. . ining backs, m ff
rer. price TiUU
V, rp": 6.00
Prettv 1 : !v carriages, with rubber
A' I.HGK LINE OF PORCH SHADKS, EASY TO PUT UP, EASY TO
OPERATE AND OF CHEAT DURAP.l LITY. I 11 1 C E S WITHIN
R EACH OF ALL.
Sizes 4.M at .
CxS at .
tx8 a .
, . . $1.7.1
. . . 2..V
. . . n.so
. S. Holbrook, 109-111 E. Second St., Davenport, Iowa.