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TUB ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JTJL.Y 6, 1904.
B la fa lee
1822 Third Ave.
ONLY THE BEST
Ik good enough for you. That's
what you get when you place
your order here. Look over this
list for your .Sunday dinner. We
arc Mir.- yon Wffl be pleased:
Soup Bunches, Parsley.
Leaf Lettnee, V:ix ISeans.
Green ISeans, Squash,
Carrot.-. Beets, New Potatoes,
Spinach, Celery, Ilhubarb.
Cherries by the rase.
Kating and Cooking Apples.
Strawberries, Grape Fruit,
Pineapples , Watermelons,
T)rc.-sed ( hickens. Spring
1620 SECOND AVENUE.
T5he Way to
The man with a hank account
is alnV to take advantage of op
portunities which are clear out
of saaeh of the thriftless man.
Start an acconnl at once, a
dollar will do. and add t it sys
tematically. You'll be surprised
how it w ill grow.
on: new PLAN MAKES IT
EASY. LET US TELL YOU
Remember. ev rj dollar saved
means two earned. Here is an
opir(nnity to save some mon
ey. I only do one pradc of
work that's the best at a price
that is bound to suit you. Let
me give you an estimate on
your work. Don! Ut it po for
awhile. N'-glect will not better
the conditions. Remember, ex
tractions are absolutely pain
less Herman Paulsen,
D. D. S.
Hurst Block. Twentieth Street.
Phone West 1418.
BUYING FURS NOW!
Some cf the Women of Reck Island
Are Already Preparing for the
Cold Blasts of Winter.
AS TO POPULAR GARMENTS
Swam frier Tfeh rar Will He -'Umbl
I'.rluw lh.nl at t.u.t
With the mercpry high in the tube
an. I h- Fourth of July here II would
;u a f,i:eer time for the purchase of
fur coats, but ft is nevertheless true
that the thoughts cf many women in
Roes Island already are turned in the
direction of next printer's garments
and shopping in this line goes hand
in hand with that for lawn waists and
op n work hosiery.
Many women are laying in their
stork of furs for the coming winter
this early in the year because they
are cheaper now than they will he
when the season opens! Besides, the
variety for selection is greater and
the opportunities for intelligent
buying are greater. Most of the fur
riers get their stocks in early, anil
they have done so this year, in par
ticular ;jeca-is they an- ::nt icipating
th- biggest sale of fur during the com
ing winter they have ever had.
I'rli-oM Ire Lower.
In spite of the fact that the fur
bearing utlmafa are constantly grow
ing scarcer and the tj"neral supposi
tion is thar furs should con.- y,:ent ly
rise in price, the average priee of
furs this year will be considerably be
low that of last year. This particular
circumstance is the result of ever
The cost of furs in general is usu
ally fixed in a measure by the fash
ionable furs, l.asi year and for two
or three years baefc the fur of the fox
was tie- mosl popular. The woman
who diil not have some article of fox
fur was Sol strictly In style and eon
sequent ly (here wan a great sale of
this kind of Bkin. Some r nterprising
fur dealers anticipating this state of
affairs had made themselves masters
of the fox fur situation by buying up a
large enough quantity of it early to
give them a corner on it. That was
what mad - furs higher last year than
While the fox furs have lost noun of
their popularity, they will not be the
fad I his year as last. Their place w ill
!n taken by the fur of the sable from
Hudson bay. This has not yet been
(f of !! !.
The fur dealers say thai the only
furs that will bo high this year are
the novelties. Last year the Russian
sqe.irrel fur was a novelty and was
very high priced. This year it is a
common article of merchandise and is
heing sold el reasonable prices.
There are many imitations in furs
this year as in other years. The In
creased popularity of the sable fur lias
increased the Incentive for an imita
tion mucb easier than if fur wore used
at its natural color.
The shin of the silver fur is another
that is much imitated this year. This
is a very valuable skin. On' of them
last year sold for $2,000. The imita
tion silver fox skin is prod need by
inserting by means of a fine needle the
white hairs of a badger through thai
f the cheaper fur skin. The substi
tution is very dlfflcull to detect. An
other method is to stick the white
hairs to the skin by means of a strong
Most "electric seal" skins never saw
a seal. They are made from the
French coney, a rabbit similar to the
American Jackrabblt, which has been
cultivated and bred for many years for
the sake of its skin, li is cleaned and
trimmed by means of brushes pro
pelled by electricity, giving it a smooth
and glossy finish, similar to the finish
to a seal skin.
"Bel that's no secret " sad a furrier,
as he picked up a bundle of tin so furs
and pulled one out to be examined.
"Examine that pelt Ton couldn't get
a more durable skin."
The fur had a black glossy finish
and the pelt was about the shape and
size of an American Jackrabblt hide.
Alaska sable coats are frequently
made from the skin of a Btuskrat or
of a muskpash. It is even more dur
able and looks about as well, but it
does not have the sable name. Rao
bit skins also are put through a com
plicated treatment to make them sell
for chinchilla. This accounts for the
;reat varieties in chinchilla which
every pnrchasi r of the articles has ob
RAINS IN SOUTHERN PART
OF STATE MARKhD WETK
The weekly crop bulletin general
summary for Illinois for the week end
ing Julv 4. 1004. follows:
Ijocal showers occurred during the
The growth of corn has not been rapid,
but its condition, in general, is good:
watnier weather is needed to advance
it to a seasonable stage of growth. Cul
tivation continued throughout the!
week in the northern half of the state.
and a large proportion of the crop has
be. B laid by; this work in the southern
half was delayed by wet conditions.
Further improvement iu the coudi
tion of oats is reorted: and. except
in the northern district, a full average
crop is now expected. A good crop of
Wheal is being harvested in the central
a:: i southern districts. Although them
Is some complaint of rust, the quality
of the grain is irenerally believed to be
excellent. In the northern district,
where but little is raised, it is thin
and rusty but well headed. The bar-
-1 1 . . .- J ft-i . wn I tn f In tli.
vesi as u . League of Swedish-American Singers
southern nortion it is about one-half .
Meadows are in excellent condition.
except in the north where the crop oi
hay will be below avt ragr: th
CHORUS IS ON WAY
Students of the University of Lund in
Sweden Will Be in Rock Island
Friday of This Week.
RECEPTION AT THE COLLEGE
la the Afternoon nntl Concert at
Prospect Park in the Kienlnjr
The i'u tronrftNCH.
After making a tour of the United
States under the direction of the
will be below avirage; the har
vest will begin next week If conditions
are favorable. Pastures are getting
short in the northern district but are
The fruit outlook, except for berries
and grapes, is very discouraging; ap
ples Continue to drop, and many trees
are bare of fruit. The potato crop is
good, except in the northern district
where late varieties have not had
AN OLD OF SKETCH CITY
PRESENTED TO LIBRARY
A picture of Rock Island, Moline
and vicinity, drawn in 1S44 by J. C.
Wild, was presented to the library
board last night at a regular meeting
' Mrs. Julia Spencer Robinson. A
resolution acknowledging the receipt
of the sketch was adopted. The pict
ure is a clever piece of art. and shows
i hat It was executed by one who was
acquainted with all the intricacies of
nature, and the settings of the towns
in those days. It has been framed and
put in the art room at the library for
display for the public. The resolu
tion acknowledging the receipt of the
"Resolved. Thai the library board
hereby thankfully acknowledges the
gift from Mrs. Julia Spencer Robin
son of the beautiful picture of Rock
Island and Moline and vicinity execu
ted by .1. ('. Wild in 1S44. and that we
regard the same as a substantial and
valuable addition to the library."
The following bills wen- allowed by
A. C. McClurg tc Co
Kramer & Co
Peopk 'a Power company
Henry Dart's Sons
A. .1. Stibolt
G. L. Quist
II. Craniptou & Co
J. W. Stewart
The librarian's report of the
button for the month ending Junt
was as follows:
1 1. 10
ihe student chorus of the University
of Lund, Sweden, will come to Rock
Island and Moline Friday of this week.
At the Swedish day exercises in St.
Louis the chorus was welcomed by
large crowds, as they have been all
over this country where they have ap
peared. The League of Swedish-American
Singers is comMsed of an eastern and
a western division. The western di
vision embraces all societies west of
and including Chicago. Rock Island
and .Moline are fortunate in being in
cluded in the itinerary of the chorus,
as cities where an organization of
Swedish singers exist are the only
ones that are visited.
(ii Chicago Tomorrow.
Tomorrow evening the chorus gives
a concert in Chicago, then it comes
here over the Milwaukee road the fol
lowing aftorn;xn. The chorus will ar
rive in Moline nt 2: IS p. m.. and be
taken to the Manufacturers hotel by
members of the? Svea Male chorus.
Leaving the hotel the singers will
come to Augustana college, where
they will be tendered a reception, to
which all friends are inviteu. The con
en at Prospect park begins at S
o'clock. A stag luncheon at the Man
ufacturers hotel will be given in honor
of the singers after the entertainment.
The plat for the concert is how tit the
Harper house pharmacy, where reserv
ed seats may be obtained until tomor
row. I isi f Pal rMexMf.
following Rock Island ladies
act as patronesses of the con
Mesdames Custav Andreon, S.
s. Davis. P. c. Denkmann, Julia E.
Rosenfield, J. R. Kimbull. W. H. (Jest.
.1. Prank Robinson. Ci. G. Craig. Sr..
Frank E. Peterson. M. H. Wadsworth,
Warren H. Reck, W. J. Sweeney, Louis
Kohn, Frank Mixter, T. L. Davis. S. P.
A. Lindahl, C. E. Hoffsten. "
AT THE H0TTLS
At the Harper- J. V. Carthan. New
York: F. D. Ramsey and wife. Mon
mouth: Thomas Brown, (ialesburg;
H. L. Hurt land. Lee. Wis.: X. H.
Brown, Chicago: L. F. Collins. Madi
son. Wis,; IL J. While-man. Chicago:
C. C. Jones, Chicago; L. .1. Beeson.
Peoria: C. A. Nelson. Chicago: It. M.
i-jturensen. Tiskilwa: C. C. Smith, R.
C. Burton. Chicago; R. T. James. New
York; C P. Colby. Detroit; W. C.
White, Boston: A. C. Nelson and Wife,
GaJesburg; P. G. Mathney. Spring
field: A. C. Mcintosh. Monmouth;
t harlei Sturtz. Kewanee: Miss Wheel
er. Miss Fay. Fulton: L. M. Butter.
Chicago; A. A. Foster. Wayne; A. M.
WarreU, EL E. Marsiten. Chicago: .1.
G. Cook. St. Louis: L. Lowenthal. Pe
oria: .lames Harty. Wyoming. 111.: J.
J. Resbrooks. Dixon.
At the Harms tEuroptan) .1. B.
Anthony. Galesburg; George '. Mun
roe. Cordova; H. .1. Houston, Chicago;
N. A. Mi t?gar. Springfield: J. H. John
ston, Btoomington; R. J. Whitmore,
Chicago: William C. BfsiciHe, Rock
ford; S. w. Kenyan, Omaha; .1. s.
Robson, Chicago; C. W. Welton. Cam
bridge; Edward Hammers, Rewanee;
F. W. Shcehnn. Chicago; J. G. Van
Lent, Muscatine; F. W. E'chpoff. Mus
catine; W. S. Stores. C. R. Bough. S.
W. Hunt. II. A. Anderson, Cambridge;
George Wallen, New York: Gus C. Pe
terson. Henry Gordon, Cedar Rapids;
Will C. Smith. Henry C. Shuell wort h.
Muscatine: W. W. Washburn. Wan
kegon, III.: J. A. Dunbar. Chicago: H.
E. Cornish. Cleveland: George (.
Comstock, St. Louis: George Ellis.
Middletown; J. S. Adams, Grand Rap
ids; R. Corlis. Chicago; W. M. Cortley.
Peoria; Charles White. Chicago; Guy
Ii. Rabum. Peoria: Adair Pleasants,
Rock Island: James Brade. Indianap
olis; F. J. Gibbons. Chicago: J. A.
Burns, New York: Fred r. Holmes,
Henry Moir, Cambridge.
SETS THE SHiM ON FIRE.
No disease causes so much bodily discomfort, or itches,
burns and stings like Kczema. It begins often with a
slight redness of the skin, followed by pustules or blis
ters from which a gummy, sticky fluid oozes, which dries
and scales of? or forms bad looking sores and scabs. It
appears on different parts of the bod3", but oftenest upon
and face, and is a veritable
Dear Sirs: I foel it my duty to write and let
yon know what S. S. 8. has done for xue. I havo
sufiered with Chronic Eczema for over fifteen
years, and have spent a great deal of money try
ing to tret cured. Have used salves and washes
and different kinds of Mood medicine, have been
treated by the best doctors in the city, but could
not get relief. My leg was in a terrible condition
when I started the use of S. 8. 8. Have taken
several bottles and now there is not a spot o:i
my ieg or any otner part of my bray. I feel liko
a new man. P. O. iLi
aooi Tfcomas St.. St. Louis, Mo.
fur medical advice.
the Rock Island (European )
t Franklin. Chicago; R. M. Wil
New York: A. s. Johnson, Hava
.1. G. Johnson. Sheffield ; E. E.
Sterling: E. L. Dunlap, Savoy:
Natural science . . .
History and travel
financial statement: Beceived from
sale of book cases, etc.. $13 ; received
from fines. $10.75; total. $2.'.. 7".
MAY LOSE HIS HAND AS A
RESULT OF AN ACCIDENT
Hampton was the scene of a serious
accident on the Fourth and as a re
sult Frank Sykes has a hand which
may have to be amputated and his
Jf are epiite badly wounded, while
Fred flfohr is suffering with a se
riously burned eye. Frank Sykes. Wil
liam anil Fred Mohr and Henry Harter
were in front of Jake Hermis' saloon
engaged in firing at a mortar. Several
shots were fired, but the reports were
not loud enough for William, so he
poured some dynamite blasting pow
der in with the load of common pow
der. Sykes then drove a plug in the
muzzle of the gun for the purpose of
ramming the load home, but the con
cussion of pounding caused the dyna
mite to explode. The force of the ex
plosion carried Sykes a distance of Pi
feet and forced a large hole In the
front wall of the saloon. Sykes was
picked up by friends and Dr. J. E. Ran
kin was called and found his eyet
badly burned and his left hand nearly
severd. Fred Mohr was badly burnt d
about the eyes, face and arms.
the central district
sufficient and well distributer!, an ! In
most parts of the sowthern it was ctv
pins. In portions of McHenry. IVKaib.
ami Ogle counties fruit and other crops
sustained some dnmage from hail
storms. The temperature v.r.s con
siderably below normal, with very
Tin week was generally fair for farm
ing operations, except in the southern
district where heavy rains interfered.
Advertised Letter List No. 27.
Following is the list of letters re
maining uncalled for at the Roclc Is!
and postoffice for the week ending
July 2. 1904: Mrs. Frank Aldrich. Miss
I.ena Rolin. W. J. Boyle. George Cosel
ett, Mrs. Hattie Colvin. Harry E. Clark.
Mrs. George Dodge. Mrs. Jessie Foster
Charles Fredericks. Albert Griswold.
Milt Goldsbery. Miss Marie Henry.
Ray Jones. Samuel Kew. L. J. Lam
bert, Mrs. M. E. Ipez. F. B. Miller. A.
. n .. 1 it i.... c,. i o i
week in some localities of the north- o". '
i . i . ih.i tinfoil in ihnt ! Nellie ;nVjer. t-ouis fc,narcran
gem rally deficient. !n ! Miss Florence Steward. Mrs. Margaret
th.. rt.'nfail was vwitts. Artiiur Auroi.
T. H. THOMAS. P. M.
When bilious take Ohamlerlain"s
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale
; by all leading druggists.
Baby sleeps and grow. while maxi
ma rests if Ilollister's Rucky io:..a:n
Tea is given. It s the greatest baby
meJicine ever offered loving mothers.
35 cents, tea or tablets. T. H. Thomas'
The steamer Conquest, with two
barges of oak ties. C.000 in number,
taken from a forest near Gasconade
City. Mo., to be used in the construc
tion of the Davenport and Clinton In
terurban railway, arrived here this
morning at 7 o'clock. Cant. Wallace
Neveil and Pilot O. R. Calahan were
in charge of the consignment. There
are 12,000 more ties to bo brought to
Clinton soon to be used for the In
tern rban line. i' "gj
The J. S. departed this morning for
Muscatine out of which city an ex
cursion will be given tonight by the
The tow boat Percy Swain passed
on the river this afternoon at 3 o'clock
with a fleet of 12 empty barges from
Ouincy en route to La Crosse, where
wing dams are to be constructed un
der the supervision of Contractor
Kirschner for the purpose of cutting
a deeper channel to assist navigation.
The A. J. Whitney assisted the Swain
in towing the Seel over the rapids.
The steamer Quiney, which was due
here this morning, is at Dubuque,
where she is having slig'at repairs
made, and will not arrive here until
about 4 o'clock in the morning.
Boats down: Phil. BchekeL B.
Hershey. Park Bluff. Glenmout. R. D.
Kendall. E. Rutledge. Ruth. Emily.
Aalus Davis, C. W. Cowles, Hattie
Darling and Winona. Boats up Jun
iata. Gypsy. Glenn-out. Pari. Bluff. Hat
tie Darlinc. Emily. Conquest. Winona.
Stage of water: At ( a. m.. 5.S5;
ar 12 m.. G:00.
I .a w
A. C. Scarlett, Si. Louis; c. .1. Fletch
er, Springfield; Moses Martin. Chica
go: Fred F. Price. Peoria: W. E. Al
len. Peoria; M. MIchelsen, Clinton; A.
W. Kelso, city: E. A. Swain. Cam-
onuge; j. u. nannon, Aieuo; A. Pet
erspa, Galesburg; G. Cuddy, city; v'
W. Ritchey, Chicago; M. W. Rotchford
Peoria; T. E. Van Sant. Kansas City.
ME3MEE S EEMAINS SEST
TO BUBLINGT0N FOR BURIAL
The remains of William R. Mesmi
the Burlington, Iowa, printer, who
committed suicide Saturday night by
Jumping into (lie Mississippi river,
were shipped this morning to Burling
ton. where the funeral was held inline
nlately upon the arrival of the body.
The ivt!...ins were accompanied by thi
wife and two little children of tin
Funeral of Paul Mueller.
A large concourse of saddened reia
Uvea and friends was present this
morning at the funeral of Paul Muel
ler, the young man whose life was
snuffed out so tragically and suddenly
while on a fishing trip with his con
sins, Edward and John Mueller, and
friend Clarence McBride, shortly afte
dinner the Fourth of July. The serv
ices were conducted at t'.io home of
j the deceased parents. 2"1S Sixth avt
UUe. at HI o'clock by Rev. D. L. Me-
Nary, pastor of the United Presbyter
Ian Church. The services wen' under
the auspices of Rock island lodge No.
.;. .Mystic workers. internum was
at Cbippiannock cemetery. The pall
bearers were: Clarence McBride.
Fred Mayne, George McCabe, Thomas
Carr, Harry Stapleton, of this city. and
Howard Larkin, of Davenport.
Only very slight changes in
Mississippi will occur between
buque and Davenport.
D'ng'r li ght Ch'ge
Line 8 a.m. 24 hrs.
Red Wing 141
Reed's Landing ... 12
La Crosse 12
Prairie da Chien. . . 18
Le Claire 10
Des Moines Rapids . .
Keokuk 1 ."
St. Iuis 30
Kansas City 21
Chicago, Julv fi. Following
opening, highest, lowest and
quotations in today's markets:
Bept enbi r,
. i mlii r.
Septl :u!i i .
s3. k3. K2?i. v::K.
1 3 V" . 4 V 18. .
i:. 4:M. 4'..
ts n;'4. r.
"sU. "7 No 3s.
:;j n. a
12, ?.;k. :::
12-90, 12 .8S, 1
I3?2S. 13.26, 1
r. 1 2. 7.r.. T OS.
f.XO. 7 2H. 7.1."
r.47. 7.4.-.. 7.47
One Lady's Recommendation
Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain's
I have. I believe, sold B0 boxes of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets on the recommendation of one
lady here, who first bought a box of
them about a year ago. She never
tires of telling her neighbors and
friends about the good qualities of
these tablets. P. M. Shore, druggist,
lb C hester. Ind. The pleasant, purga
tive effect of these tabl'-ts makes them
a favorite with ladies everywhere.
For sale by all leading druggists.
July. 7 47.
September, 7.77. .7i, 7.62
Receipts today: Wheat 17. corn 2'?..
o;its 211. hops 25, miii. cattle 18.0 iiS,
estimated receipts Thursday: Wheat
I, ears cs. oats 42. hogs ts.sea.
Hog mark' i opened steady. Light
.V 2 - i r,. V.. mix'-il ami butchers R.2S4
B.C0. jrood heavy &.2S.S2, rough
Cattle market opened slow. but
Ufceep market op ned steady.
f. s. Yards. s:40 a. ni. -Hog market
strottg to 6c shade hitftirr. Liljht 5.4
i, :,. .niv anil bui : :- 6.26(16.62,
kim.j heavy B.SSS.65. rough heavy E 21
Cattle market slow, hut steady.
Reeved 4.1096.06, cows and heifers 1.26
6-r..f. T-x;is steers 4 2". 1 5 t. stock
era sad f- eders 2.itr 4.::"..
(Sheep market strong.
Hog market closed m-istiv Re
i L!?ht 6.2566.60. mix. d and 1
.:: .,.r, ,. pnui heavy ...2 'i
In avy S 2" ' ".!.
1 1 1. - market closed strong.
Sbeep market closed steady.
N 1 airk Slink-.
Y'rk. Jiilj 6. Fallowing are the
the New York
St ek ,
i li ota t i
torment at times, especially
at niht or when overheated.
The cause of Eczema is a
too acid condition of the
blood. The terrifying- itching-
and burning-are produced
by the overflow through the
glands and pores of the skin
of the fiery poisons with which the blood-current is overloaded. While ex
ternal applications, such as washes, soaps, salves
and powders are soothing and cooling, they do not
enter into the blood itself or touch the real cause of
the disease, but S. S. S. does, anil purifies, enriches,
ami strengthens the thin acid blood and cleanses the
peneral system, when the skin clears off and Eczema and all its terrifving
ilook on the Skin ami its diseases free. No charge
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. CAm
itL Beer is Good forYou
The malt is a food; the hops
a tonic. The alcohol only 3i per cent is
an aid to digestion; a healthful stimulant.
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness cooled in filtered air--and
every bottle is sterilized.
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
It gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
k your doctor what he thinks about drinking
I Schlitz beer. Ask for
the Brewery Bottling.
Phono 1014 and 68K,
C':irse & oi tweiler Co.,
S3 (31 eleventh si .
Rock Island, 111.
Jhe BeerThat Made Milwaukee Famous
T CONSULT THE BEST, I
.iiis 1 .j Buvccaniin r.j" i iciitr 111 v in 111 .niiinii, ictl iuub auu 111-
;ue iise;ise.. oi both sexes, jueven years permanent iv located
Davenport, wliere lie ltas cured thousands of cases of Chronic
eases pronoi.iieed incurable by others, pinves euiieliiMvely that I : ,
WALSH is the Ilest and Host Successful Specialist in tee Tri-l'ities. J.
DR. J. E. WALHII.
Dr. WalsK Cvircs When OtKers Fa.il.
Sleeplessness, Stricture, Weakness of Men, Failing Memory, Mental
Delusions, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Blood Diseases,
Scrofula. Piles, and Kidney Diseases.
suffering from Nervous Exhaustion, Headache, Backache, Constipa
tion, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or any other disease pecu-
. liar to the sex. should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit Of his
- vast ezpenenee.
4 REMEMBER, IT I'AYS TO CONSULT THE BEST; FIRST.
4 Vibration and Electricity
20 ear.s' experience has made Dr. Walsh a master of Hiee methods
T of curing chronic diseases. lie uses all forms of Electricity, including
X Paradiam, Oalviniam, Cataphoresia, Sinusoida. , Static and High Fre-
M ... . .
is a frequent cause of nervous and physical decline. Why treat, months
with others when we can positively cure you in from one to three
Only curahis capes taken. If 3ou cannot call, write. Ilundreda
cured bv mail.
HOI7RS: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sunday, 11: 30 to 1:30 p.m. n
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We Dorv't Need tKe Money, Maybe Vovi Do?
A trial is nil we ask. We have
Stegel's Loan Office
llonej loaned on all articles of value,
a few exceptional bargains in diamonds,
320 Twentieth St. New Phone 5122...
S, Canadian Pacific 12&. It. K. T.
b. Pacific Mail 2',. t". H. Hteel tr-
fcrrcd 57. f. S. st.'l ninmoii 11.
Penna 11 -.. Missouri Pacific 92. Coal
In 11 K: !. common -4',. Wabash
1.1. re, .. .1 j .'.. (.. A . W. M S.. Illiaoisi
eiitr.il 134. Car Poundry IS4.
nubile preferred 4 'Z. 1 i -1 1 j !! ie
ste. 1 common 6 7 .
LOCAL vikm:t OMimis,
news all the time
i""-k. Jalr 6. Bucar 125 . Can
I tt P. 22. Southern la-
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per al. 1 rmrai ji. , l. ac is.
C & A- S3. Reading common
TimI.-ij'm (( imlal la un I'r. Inlonn, l.ivr
Stock. I'recl nml I'url.
Rock Island. July B. Poltonrina; ar-
tS wtmlf.'alo iU't:i lions on the local
in. 1 rk- t:
I'.utter 'ramery 1 SeSt 2oe, da iry Se.
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Live r-MiItrv KririiiR- rhi'kens tZrt
$:. .1 per dozen: hens p'1 ponntfj
tiirk'-vs c put pOSSMfi dUCkS He; geese
V-tr-tabl -N' w potfttix n 21.
Qettlt Steers 24.5et9$C: cows and
hi ifers $ 2 ii H "': i live tSOM.
Hogs Mined ami but' uers $4.7",
Sheep Yearl In t?x or over J.t "5 $ t..r,ii ;
la tabs (2.C0 ''i .
I ceil nml l iiel.
Grain Corn 5Sc(62e; oats 42o494Ce.
Pormgt Timothy hay lllfaitl-: pr;t4
rie $at$10.r,0: xtraw SC.4il7.&S.
Wood Hard, - r load. la.SO.
Coal Lump per bushel, it; alack,
per bwHhcl. 7c.
ask the nadirs of this paper who are
suffering with Indigestion or dyspep
sia in call on them a! once and get a
bottle r Kodol PySPOpSiS Cure. If
you knew the value of this remedy
ns v.-e know it. you would not suffer
another day. Kodol Dyspepsia 'uro
Is a thorough digostant anil tissue
building tonic as well. It fs endorsed
personally by hundreds of people
whom it has ci:r"d of indigestion, dys
pepsia, palpitation of the heart and
Stoma !. UDuhiea generally. Kodol
Pyspepsfal Cure digest what you eat.
It is pleasant, palatable ami strength
ening Sold by all druggists.