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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1005
FIRST ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
BUILT OF MORMON TEMPLE STONE
ST. MARY'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, FOURTH
TWENTY SECOND STREET.
.Vary, pastor. Sunday school at 9:33
x. m. Y. 1. C V. at :45 p. in.
Services at lo:45 a. m. an1 7: 1M p. ru.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, cor
ner Second avenue and Fourteenth
street; Rer. Thomas Mackin. dean and
pastor. Mars at S and 10:30 a. m.
Vesper at 2 p. m. Sunday school at
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic,
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth ave
nue; Rev. J. F. Lockney. pastor. Mass
at 8 and 10:20 a. ex. Sunday school
at 2 p. m. Wsers".a( 7:20 p. m.
St. Mary's German Catholic, corner
of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second
street; Rev. Adol&h Ceyer. r.astor
Mass at S and lo:2 a. ni.
First Methodist, corner of Fifth av
nue and Nineteenth street; Rev. R. R
William, pastor. Sunday school s
9 : 30 a. m. Ep wort h League at C : 2o p. ni.
Services at 10:15 a. in and 7:2) p. r.i
Morning subject. "Mow to Know One-.
Self. Evtning im-eting devoted i i
observance of McK in ley's hiithda"'
with addivse.i by 1. If. Swe ;. .
Hon. V:ll!am Jack-..n and J. F. ir
I it. and special music.
Spencer Memorial Methodist church
conier Forty third street' and Seventh
avenue; Rev. J. It. Riitter. pastor. Ser
Ices at 10:4.1 aul 7:20 p. m. Snnd.-i;
school at 9:3o a. in. Junior league a?
2o p. in. Epworth Ixague at C:2o p.
German Methodist, corner of Sixth
avenue and Fourteenth street: Rev. F.
L. LJtzrodt, pastor. Services at 10:4.1
rn. and 7: 2D p. m. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m.. .T. J. Helg. superintend
ent. Epworth league at 7. Junior
League at 2 p. m.
Free Swedish Mission, corner of
Eleventh street and Fifteenth avenue.
Sunday school at 2 p. ni. Services at
2:20 p. ni. Prayer meeting Wednes
day at 8 p. m.
Wyman A. M. E. Mission. Thir
teenth street and Fifth avenu?. Rev
D. . Brown, pastor. Services ct
10:45 a. ni. and 7:20 p. m. Sunda
school at 1 p. ni. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday at 8 p. m.
The first Roman Catholic church In
Rock IIa'd was organized 'iy a (Jer
ti:an Itominii an. Father Alkman, in
early lo's. At th; outset meetings
m re h-M i'i a coujht ihop, and the
flr church a. en-cted on the pres
ent site of the St. Mary's church, on
fTS-rr., ., i ma. ii -)
we-tward. Thl.j little church buiUlng
s'-r.-ed fr th- small hut rapidly grow
tiii? congregation tmtil '.vlun the
j.r.--nt temple of worship was erected
It is from, the congregation of t!e
Sr. Mary's church that all of the other
Ko:;.:ui Catholic churches of this city
have l.een rganizl. Four, divisions
will have been made in Lhis churcli
silrue its organization, when the now
n.! rs f
Six j ears
?: !. 2nd
T !. i.u.l !nii anI I . irt! an
!. Tliii original m e of w.rr-!ii;i
a r-rti:irl.a!i!" in that it was ..
Ktrncted of hfoti'-. I.rotiul.t from t ti -Mormon
teiiiple at N.iiimi. 111., w h n.
the m-oI- t.f liiat r li-i'.Ti r- fon-d
dedic.i !. In JTl th ec:igregarioti
id. tie- t-.ngU-:; sjM-al::?!.?
. r;.ilp-? Ht. J..s p!is 'hnreh.
ago aa ithiT Iiv:ii;i u-
t ie S.-ered Heart church
;wa-i oruanlZ' d ! :.k miM-r-. of Io''
: St. Mary's a;.d St. Joseph's church.
i For s !l.e vtars the itidgl.lll llleinhers
'of tie' -'iiir-ii have ! en worshipjiiiig
at St. MaryV clMirch. and :tv? ' I. ad
rhe'r DA'n pa-tr-r. Thcv h.ve now
withdrawn, anil have c recti.) S;. Pau
church. This will reduce tiie iih-iuVt
.-!. f Ft. ?.I.ir's ih.inii to a largi
XT"!.:. Ie.it sill t'lls 'o;igr"4.l! Ion i
Ti;.i:n ii oae of t!:- l.:rg-.-t ainl nio-st
iri!iji tit ial in this s :lo-i of ! f- ::ii
try. ariong the i'.t rr:i:'Ti cf:nre!; h.
i'iii'ii r A'l .I ih Ci iit is ia-'r
r I t'in.:!i !: l;a !een in t!ie city but
a little ov r a ar. h lias proved v rv
s -.-f:iI in t'-e w.irk of the churcli
? i-r . :i:id 1..- g-iine. a wide circle
"f Ir'. n 1-. hi'' a ;.'Hig tl.e parishioit-
r :nd t'e:: ;t ! the -hurch.
r.iiinr it i .f i.) ll.n U Is!ai!i)
frutn Chan ::-ii.::i. III., where he served
f .r n ::ny -.tar-, lie ha- 1 en p-rfonn
in-; i In tluiiis of the ri "kmi 1 f;r
i ,i'iv M.ir-. hatiu-' i :i ordaiie'd
i. ..:!v " Mar. a.-o.
BISHOP IS BETTER
Head of Peoria D.'ocese Soon
Will Leave for Southwest.
YOUNG MEN FORI..
A SECOND CHORUS
Interest in Vocal Music Among Mem
bers of Rock Island Y. M.
WARDS OFF SECOND ATTACK
Reports That His Real Condition Has
Been Kept From Public Re
futed by Family.
Resenting the reports that have gain
ed considerable circulation in regard
to the condition of Bishop John Lan
caster Spalding, his physicians and the
Catholic clergy of his home city, Peo
rie. yesterday affernixm held out every
hope that the eminent theologian would
soon be able to be out and enter upon
travel, through which his condition will
So bright are the hoes of the family
I Suit one of the members in ckse touch
with the bishop's condition, and in tlfe
inner circle regarding the preispective
It Is probable that a second male
chorus will be organize! at the Y. M.
C. A. It has been found that many of
the young men who desire to become!
members of the chorus cannot read
music, and so it Is probable that a
chorus will be' formed for those who
are beginners.'or sight singers, as they
are termed. This plan will be talked
over Monday evening when the regular
rehearsal is held, and applications may
be banded toGeneral Secretary Key-
ser. There have been about thirty ap
plications for membership in the first
chorus, but a number of these will have
to be classified with the second chorus.
Itoi. t. A. Power will also conduct
the second organization.
There will bo a double header game
of basketball at the gymnasium this
evening, the asociation Regnlars he-
ing scheduled to play the East End I
Athletics, of Moline. and the Maroons
It's enough to drive any one on the war path
-impure baking powder. . . ,
Food ! prepared with .Calumet Bahini Powder Is pure and hefctlrv-i
ful. tree from Hochelle salts, lime, alum and ammonia.
In Th e Ch tirch er.
Services in the various churches will
be held a- fallow Sunday:
Trinity Episcopal cnurch. Nineteenth
street and Sixth avenue. St.Wcs at
1j:4j a. in.
Trinity chap 1. ce.ruer Sernth
Street an. I Fourth avenue. Siindut
school at 2:2 p. m. Even song ut
7:20 p. tn.
Swedish I.-ptIt. rurritr of Twenty
first strt and Fifth avenue. Preach
Ing at 10:43 a. m.
Emanuel Paptist church. 447 Forty
fourth street. Rev. II. V. Reed, pastor.
Sunday school at 2:20 p. ni.
McKinUy Ilaptist chain I, corner
Tenth t.tret and Sixth avenue.
Preaching by the vMor. Rev. J. V.
Cruhfhon. at 1":2 a. m.. and 7:3it
First Baptist, corner Third avenue
and Fifteenth street. ReT. II. V. Red.
pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9-15 a. m
Crman Lutheran, coruei Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue; Rev. C. A.
Mennicke. pastor. Services at 10 a. m
and 7:30 p. m.
German Evangelical. Ninth street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
Iter. Ed E. Klimpke, pastor. Sunday
The Horning After
a heavy and rich meal will
be unattended by discomfort
or sickness if, before going
to bed, you will take
goU Evcryw here, la boxes 19c. and Sc.
nchool at 3:15 a. in. Services at 10:20
a. ni. and 7:Co p. m.
Crace English Lutheran, corner Forty-fourth
streot and Seventh avenue;
Rev. C. E. Hoffsten. pastor. Services
at 10:20 a. m. and 7:20 p. m.
Swedish Lutheran, corner Four
teenth street and Fourth avenue; Rev.
J. A. Nyvall. pastor. Services at 10:20
a. m. and 7:2- p. m.
Zion Sweuish Lutheran. 4521 Sev
enth avenue; Rev. J. U. Dahlberg. pas
tor. Services at 10:43 a. rn. and 7:20
p. m.. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
First Church of Christ. Scientist,
Twenty-third street, between Seventh
and Ninth avenues. Services at 10:45
in. Sunday school follows morning
service. Reading rooms in London
ouildiug on Second avenue, open daily
except Sunday from 1 to 5 p. m. Sun
day subject. Spirit."
Central Presbyterian. Second ave
nue, between rourteenth and Fif
teenth streets; Rev. William Torrance,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. Tn.
Young People's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
Services at 1:45 a. ni. and 7:20 p. m.
Morning subject. "The Key to True
Broad wy Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. V. S. Marquis, nastor.
S ;clay school 9:15 a. m. Young Peo
ple's meet:ng at C.45 p. m. Services
1":43 a. rn.. and 7:20 p. m.
Aiken Street Union ChapeL South
Rock Island. Sunday school at 3 p.
ra. Services every Tuesday at 7:20
Rethel Prebyterian Chapel, corner
Twelfth street and Eleventh avenue.
Bunday school at 2:30 p. m.
South Parle Chapei. rre3byterian.
Elm rtreet and Fifteenth avenue. Rer.
V. S. Marquis, pastor. Sun 'lay school
at 2:30 p. in.
I'nited Presbyterian. Third avenue
and Fourteenth street; Rer. D. L. Me-
Tri-CIty union gospel meeting will
be held In Cook's hall. 1C19 Second
avenue, at 2 p. m. Subject. "The Over
throw of All Earthly Kingdoms Except
Salvation Army barracks, 1509 Sec
md avenue. Services as follows
Holiness meeting, 10:20 a. m.: junior
meeting. 2 p. m.; Christians' praise
meeting 2 p. in.; evening praise. S n
Y. M. C. A. building, corner of Third
venue and Nineteenth street. TJoys
meeting at 2:15 p. rn. led by U L.
McDonald, boys' secretary. Men's
Tieeting at 2:20.
Memorial Christian, corner of Third
lventio and Fifteenth street; Rev,. O
VV. liwrence, pastor. Sunday school
nl 9:20 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at C:
i. m. services at io:4j a. r.i. am
7:2i i. in.
FATHER HEALEY S LECTURES
First in Two Weeks' Series at Sacred
Heart Church Tomorrow.
Tiie lecture for non-Cat holies at
.""acred Heart church, which begin
Sunday night and continue nightly tw
vvi-i'l.s. are not to he classed with tin
llliini- riivals. tonvk-t:on. no:
excitement, is tiie object of the vari
oils lectures. What the h-eturer aim;
at is the conviction of the intellect
rather than a stirring of the emotions,
iiettimimg witn .Mondays lecture on
n ii I in i nrisi. iu- will argue in suit-
port of the Catholic church's claim that
she presents a plan of divine salvation
at once logical, scriptural and histori
ral. In presenting this argument. I
leal principles will be laid down, the
scriptures quoted, and history, sacred
::nu prolan, appealed to. in a manner
hat will interest and attract all. and
'fiend none. The Paulists devote their
iives to this work among non-Catho
lics, and they can be trusted to deal
kindly, candidly and charitably with
those who differ honestly from them in
matters of Ik lief. They do not criti
(i.-e or antagonize other denomina
Mens. ti.ir case would be a ioor one
indeed, if we could defend it only by
attacking others." says Father Ilealy.
Non-Catholics are cordially invited
to attend all these lectures. Catholics
are requested to come accompanied by
non-Catholic friends, but non-Catholics
are welcome whether with Catholic
friends or not. There Is no restriction
whargtrT to theft admission.
Reautiful music and singing will add
to the attraction of these services.
There will be special music each night.
Services at 7:30.
The list of lectures for the two weeks
!s as follows:
Following is a list of the lectures to
be given by Father Healey:
Sunday. Jan. 29. "One Thing is Nec
essary;" Monday. Jan. 30. "Belief in
Christ;" Tuesday. Jan. 21. -Reading
the Bible;" Wednesday, Feb. 1, "The
True Church;" Thursday. Feb. 2, "Is
Cm.? Church as Good as Another?"
Friday. Feb. 2, "Papal Supremacy and
Infallibility;" Sunday. Feb. 5. 10:30 a.
m.. "External Religion;" Sunday, Feb.
5. 7:45 p. m.. "The Lord's Supper;"
Monday-. Feb. C. "The Sacrifice of the
Mass;" Tuesday. Feb. 7. "Sin;" Wed
nesday. Feb. 8. "Confession;" Thurs
day. Feb. 9. "Purgatory;" Friday. Feb.
10. "The Virgin Mary and the Saints;"
Sunday. Feb. 12. 10:30 a. m, "Ritual
of the Mass Explained;" Sunday, Feb.
12. 7:45 p. m.. "Why I Am a Catholic"
William S. Crane, of California. MiL.
suffered for years from rheumatism and
lumbago. He was finally advised to
try Chamberlain' Pain Balm which he
did. and It effected a complete cure.
This I in i meat Is for sale by all leading
COMING WEEK AT COLLEGE
Dr. Forsander to Give the Sermon To
Following is the bulletin for the
week commencing Sunday, Jan. 2!. at
Sunday Mission class, 4 p. m.; ser
mon. Dr. Forsander. 7:30 p. hi. :
Monday Committee on absences. 3
m.; commit tee on work in congrega
tions, 5 p. ni.; Wennorberg chorus. 5
p. m.; band rehearsal. 7 p. m. I
T 1 . - .11 m . . I
i uenuaj college lacuuy. 4 p. m. :
Gladstone Ix-bating club, 4 p. m. ; Web
ster Debating club, 4 p. m.; H. Butler
Concert company. Ivceum course, a
Wednesday Conservatory recital, 4
m.; Torgny Debating club, 5 p. m.;
prayer meeting. 7 p. m.; band rehear
sal. 7 p. m.
Thursday Business facultv. 4 n. m.:
Wennerberg chorus. 5 p. m.
Friday Concordia society. 4 n. m.:
duna society, 5 p. m.; Adelphlc socie-
", .:0 p. m.; Phrenokosmian soeletv
p. m. ; end of business term, 4 p. m.
Saturday Students' prayer meeting,
games are anticipated with interest,
the teams being very evenly matctud
and in first class form.
Tomorrow afternoon at the associa
tion a William Mckinley memorial
service will be held. Jan. 29 being Mc
kinley s birthday anniversary. George
W. McCaskrin will deliver the address
at the meeting, and a male quartet will
render McKinley's favorite songs. The
quartet is composed of Gilbert Graves.
John Hazard, A. Anderson and George
Rev. C. E. Hoffsten. of the Grace
Lutheran church, is to address the
u. ii. m. ciiio at tne association to
morrow afternoon, and music will be
furnished by the recently organized
orchestra of the club.
The Association Helpers serve sup
per this evening at the association
building from 5:30 to 7:20. The ladies
are devoting their energies to raising
their subscription to the association
treatment of the iiatient. said that the to play the high school team. Botn
lusjiop Had almost regained his excel
lent mental faculties, and that one
would hardly know that he was recov
ering from so insidious an attack of
paralysis. That the bishop is improve.!
in body and mind is also evident. It
was given out that he is preparing to
journey southward as soon as he is
Maklnie IIIm Own I'lnno.
He is participating in the plans for
the trip, choosing the points which he
wishes to visit, and seeking the spots 1
that will be for his best at this time of
I convalescence. Who will accompany
him has not been announced,
lev. :t.. i ...
. line leeovermg as rapiaiy as can
be expected, everything is being taken
int.. ndiMiH-muuH lur ine uesi oi nis
health. Callers are not permitted to
promiscuously wait upon him. and
there has been a carefulness along this
line that wa3 deemed best by the phv
sicians in charge in order, if possible.
to check the dreaded second attack,
which would have been attended by
serious results. A number of the clergy
from throughout the diocese, and per
sonal friends from distant cities have
called recently and have paid their
respects to the bishop. But, as well as
he appears, he has attempted no hard
work, falling back on a thorough resig
nation of mind and liody to receive the
greatest benefits of a complete rest
from his church and personal duties.
llumorM Art lrn!rl.
During the past few days rumors
have gained considerable circulation
to tho effect that an effort was being
made to keep the true condition of the
bishop from the public. It has been
said' that he has beii' unconscious a
pa rt: of the time and that he was not
recovering as well as was expected.
Persistent efforts were made to learn
of the truthfulness of the report. In
quiries were made of the clergy, the
phk sicians and relatives of the bishop.
ami each individual was filled with In
dignation that such a rumor should be
believed. There were denia's on every
hand. and each individual branded the
stones as absolutely false and made of
whole cloth. On the other hand, there
was hope in their voices when thev
echoed the general desire of an early
recovery of the bishop and immediate
restoration to personal and church du
ties and obligations.
EPWORTHIANS AT PORT BYRON
Sub District Meeting to be Held There
Two Days: Next Week.
There will bo n sub-district Epworth
League institute held in the Methodist
church at Port Byron Feb. 2-3.1 ROod
program has ben earranged for, the
out of town speakers being from Rock
l.-land.' kno, Colona. Atkinson. Hills
dale. Genes-o and Moline. Presiding
Elder Wiley will preach the sermon.
EDITORS HOLD A MEETING
Members of Military -Tract
tion Elect Officers at Galesburg.
Editors of the Military Tract asso-
ation met in the parlors of the Illi
nois hotel of Galesburg yesterday an-1
eld their semi-annual meeting. Pro
grams were given both morning and
afternoon and other matters of h;ist.
uess of interest to th association
At the close of the morning's ses
sion officers for the ensuing year were
elected as follows:
President Miss Mary Davidson.
Republican. Carthage. "
ice President E. E. Fitch. News.
Secretary -Treasurer Will Curtis. 1
Cm. i r
The following mere elected as dele-
ates to the National Editorial con
vention to convene in Guthrie. Okla.
early in June: George W. Cyrus,
Camp Point; J. C. Coulson. La I La roe:
E. Stetson. Nepooset; W. R. New-
land. How en: Frank Krana Altrna-
Miss Mary Davidson. Carthage.
Chicago. Jan. 2S. Following are the
opening," 'highest, lowest and closing
quotations iu today's markets:
May. 1154. 11C. 115, 115.
July, 9SU;. 9S. 9S, 98.
May. 43h. 43Vi. 4i. 45.
July, 45. 4-, 45. 45.
May, 31. 31. 3o?i, 30.
July; 30v. 03Ti. 3)i, 30.
January. 12.;.r,. 12.70. 12.fi.r. 12.C.5.
May, 12.93, 12.95. 12.S2, 12.S2.
January. C.77, ;.7. C.75. 0.75.
May. C.97. C.97, 0.95. 0.95.
July. 7.0", 7.1o, 7.U7. 7.07.
January. 0.C0. 0.GO. O.Ctt. 0.00.
May, 0.N5. 0.S5, O.St). 0.S2.
July. 0.95. 0.95. 0.95. 0.95.
Cash Oats No. 'i. ?.uu. r,i'.w. v
w. Jli5t2:'i : No. 2. ::uv. !T ::t i. Vn
4 w. 3077 3(i,i; standard. 81fi3P.
Cash Wheat No. 2 red. 1.1 S: No.
2 red. LlOfi 1.10'4 ; No. 2 h. w.. 1.13
fijl.10; No. 3 h. w., 1.051? 1.14; No. 1 n
s.. 1.19; No. 2 n. a.. 1.13&1.10; No
s, 1.05i 1.15.
v-ann iuiii .M). , J't2; .NO. Z W,
43543; No. 2 y. 43(fT44; No 3
43',ff43; No. 3 w 42'.43; No. I
'. 4343; No. 4. 4242; grade,
Livcntol Closing Cables Wheat
lower, corn lower.
Northwestern Receipts Minneapolis,
touay JUi. last week 3S5, last year 240.
uinum. touay 04. last week 40, last
Export Clearances Wheat and flour
04.000, corn 302,000, oats 1,000. . J
Primary. Receipts Today wheat
433.000. last year 53C.000; corn today
470.000, last year 591,000.
Shipments Today wheat 241,000,
last year 188.000; corn today 207.000
last y ear 591.000.
Receipts today Whqat 10, corn 24S.
oats 74. hogs 38.000, cattle 300, sheep
Estimated receipts Monday Wheat
33, corn 345. oats 120, hogs 53.000.
Hog market opened weak to 5c low
er. Light 4.40& 4.70. mixed and butch
ers 4.5004.80, good heavy 4.55 L&5.
rough heavy 4. 55 Q 4.65.
Cattle market opened unchanged.
Sheep market opened unchanged.
Hogs at Omaha 12.000. cattle 800.
Hogs at Kansas City 5,000, cattle 200.
U. S. Yards. 8:40 a. m. Hog market
weak. 5c to 10c lower. Light 4.40
4.70. mivxed an dbutchers 4-50j4.$0,
good heavy 4.55 & 4.82, rough heavy
4.55Q 4 5.
Cattle market unchanged. Beeves
3.10&G.20. cows and heifers 1 .25 & 4.50,
stockers and feeders 1.85 4.15.
Sheep market unchanged.
Hog market closed steady. Light
4.40Q4.70, mixed and butchers 4.50f
4.S0. good utavy 4.5501.82, rough
Cattle market ciored steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York. Jan. 28. Sugar 142i,
Gas 1(7. C. R. I. & P. P..". Southern
Pacific 07. B. & O. 102!.',. Atchison
common S.. C. M. v St. P. l.t.'s.
Copper 72. W. V- Tel. Co. 92 . N. Y.
Central 145. L. & N. 137"-s. C. & A.
42'i. Reading common ST7. Canadian
Pacific 123 '.g. Ix-ather common 13"i.
B. R. T. 01 "i. Pacific Mail 41. V. S.
Steel preferred 91",,. lT. S. Steel com
nu n :;ith. Penna 137' i. Missouri Pa-
ci!lc 100V,. i nion Pacific 121 7S. Coal &
Iron 71, Erie common 43. Wabash
pi "ferret! 42 -v. C. & (5. W. 23. Illinois
Central 15S. Car Foundry 33. Repub
lic Steel preferred 09' i. Republic Steel
common 1C ',.
.now 101U. Jan. zs. Reserve in
TWO TEAMS IN WILD
RUN THROUGH CITY
Runaways Pursued by Another
Into South Rock Island.
Two teams In longing tn the Ham
mond Packing company had a wild
chase down Third avenue from tho
company's odice at Twenty fourth
ft reel to Ninth street and into South
Rock Island at s o'clock this nut niii",'.
One of the teams was ilri vt 1 Ii ss. th ?
l'. ss V. S. ! horses having laKt a fright while Fiand-
increase. $3,212.1400; loans increase.
$10.S31.7ii0; specie increase, $7,495,-
40i); legals increase, $2. 253. Too; depos
its increase. $20,oi3,4oO; eireiikit ion de
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed md Fuel.
Rock Islam!. Jan. 2S. Following aro
the wholesale quotations in the local
j Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery 29c, dairy 22c.
Eggs Fresh 25c.
Live Poultry Spring ehiektns 9c
ptr pound, hens Sc per ioiind. ducks
9c. turkeys 13c to 14c
Vegetables Potatoes 355i 10c.
Feed and Fuel.
Gra'n-"Corn I'.Sfffluc. oats32r3 Ic.
Forage Timothy hay $10' 10.50,
prairie $9.5(f$10, straw fO.OtKi.oo.
Wood Hard, ptr load. $5.
Ing in front of the o'lice waiting for
a load of mi at fur delivery. When
the runaways got under way four of
the company employes jumped into an
other wagon that was standing in fr.int
of the oiliee and started in pursuit.
No hippodrome offered by P.aniiiin was
any more exciting titan the run of tho
teams through th. city ami Into tho
suburb ut the south. The pinsuiu:;
party was still a half block in the rear
when the runaways wire stopped in
front of Siemou's store in South Hock
Island. They were about exhausted,
and apparently were willing to lm
caught. No damage was done.
heifers $2.003.75. calves 3.tiKi O.imi.
Hogs Mixed and butchers $l.00?)
Sheep Yearlings or over :t.(n)(p
$5.00, lambs $."..ooft $7.00.
Perfect womanhood depends on per
fect health. Nature's rarest gift of
physical beauty comes to all who uso
Coal Lump, bushel, 13ft 14e, slack, ; HoIlister'sRocky Mountain Tea. Bright
per bushel, 7c tj Sc. j eyes and red cheeks follow its its.'.
Live Stock. 25 cents, tea or tablets. T. II. Thorn-
Cattle Steers $3.005.00, cows and as pharmacy.
OUR ARRAY OF PATTERNS AND GRADES WILL CON
VINCE YOU THAT WE ARE HEADQUARTERS IN THE
BESIDES THE ENORMOUS STOCK OF REGULAR
GRADES AND SPRING STYLES.WE HAVE HUNDREDS
OF REMNANTS AT HALF PRICE.
COME AND LOOK THEM OVER..
Diiiig Room Furniture
WE ARE OFFERING SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ON
DINING ROOM CHAIRS, SIDEBOARDS AND TABLES.
SEE THEM WHILE THEY LAST.
E R A K IS
Fvirniture aid Cerpet Co.,
Brandy Street. Dsxvenport.
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