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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1905.
BURGLARS IN SALOON
OH TWELFTH STREET
makes tender, crispy trtmn cakes.
Back Door Kicked in at 4 O'clock This
Morning One Man Under
The saloon of John Schatz, Twelfth
street and Eighth avenue, was bur
glarized at 4 o'clock this morning.
Five boxes of cigars and 10 bottles of
whisky were taken. A panel was
kicked out of the rear door in order to
unfasten the latch on the inside. Henry
EhlerB was one of the men implicated
in tVi Kurrrlart T-To xi-ft ftrrpsfed in
th. h,,!, vr,i ",,V th cBinnn hv officer ! this city, to Stephen H. Moore, of Chi-
Your grocer can tell you all about it.
Dr. O. M. Myers of McCabe's is in
thlcazo this week attending a conven
tion of ophthalmology and otalogy.
A cup of coffee, a bit of sausage and
a plate of Mrs. Austin's buckwheat
cakes is a breakfast fit for a king.
This evening at the Armory the Y
M. C. A, basketball team will play the
team of Company A. The two teams
are closely matched.
Report your changes to Stone's city
directory, office northeast corner Sec
ond avenue and Eighteenth street, or
call up old phone 553 L.
Judge E. E. Parmenter officiated
at tho marriage of Miss Ella Pettit, of
BILLY ALLARS HAS
Charles Ginane who happened to be
passing on his rounds immediately af
ter the saloon had been entered. In
Ehler's possession were found four
bottles of the stolen whisky. While
the officer and his prisoner were stand
ing at the call Ikx awaiting the arrival
of the patrol Ehler's wife appeared on
the scene and wanted to know the rea
son for the detention of her husband,
manifesting surprise that he should be
in trouble and indignation at his being
accused of such a serious offense.
Ehlers was taken to the station and
locked up. His wife was at the sta
tion for several hours during the
morning in conference with Chief Mil
ler. She stated that she and her hus
band had company last night, and be
tween 3 and 4 o'clock this morning
her husband, another man and herself
left their home. They separated when
several block: from their home, the
two men going away by themselves.
She disclaimed knowledge of the plans
to burglarize the saloon.
Doth Ehlers smd his wife were held
for the burglary, and their hearing
continued until Wednesday morning at
o clock. Their bail was fixed at
HARRY WYLIE IS SENT
TO THE PENITENTIARY
Changes His Plea, AcVnitting His Guilt
of Charge of Burglary
Harry Wylie pleaded guilty this af
ternoon in the circuit court to an in
dictment charging him with burglary.
Ho was sentenced to the .loliet peni
tentiary by Judge Wylie. it will
bo remembered, entered the home of J.
M. Siege! several months ago, and was
found in the l.niiso asleep. He had
dressed himself in some of Mr. Siegel's
clothing, and had apparently made a
general rummage through the home,
lie enured a plea tf not guilty when
first arraigned, but this afternoon
changed his plea. He was represented
by Attorney H. N. Williams, of Molino.
Wylie is 3" years of age.
Judge (Jos! announced his decision
overruling the motion to quash the in
dictment found by the grand jury
aK.iiiist Henry Wrmeosch for the mur
der of James O'Connor, in a saloon in
East Molino, where the defendant was
employed as bartender.
Philip Green, held on a charge of lar
ceny, was placed on trial. Green is
charged with the theft of merchandise
from H. 15. Parkhurst. of Molino.
The court will render a decision in
the case of Mrs. Mary Johnston wrci
tho defendant appears in court. There I
wits a motion to quash the indictment
and tho court has had this under ad
cago, at his office Saturday afternoon.
The monthly meeting of the Young
People's social league of the Central
Presbyterian church will be held at
the lecture room of the church this
The biggest masquerade ball yet
given by the Plattdeutschen Schwes
tern Saturday evening. Feb. 25, at
Turner hall. If you have 25 cents you
Remember that the Helpers' Circle
of King's Daughters will give a colo
nial tea Wednesday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. J. S. Gilmore from 2
to C o'clock.
The marriage of Mrs. Delia Stouf-
fer to Edward Empson, of Kewanee,
was solemnized this morning. Judge E.
E. Parmenter officiating at his office
at the court house.
Remember the masquerade ball at
Armory hall Thursday evening, Feb.
23. given by Fay Hawes camp, No. 2S1,
R. N. A. Gents' tickets 25, ladies, 15
cents. Masks for sale at hall.
Officer David Fitzgerald and Aid.
John O'Connor were the winners at
the meeting of the Iaurel Forty-five
cluj Saturday evening. They took
three straight games from their oppon
ents. A young man known as "Dutch"
Stringer was arrested for causing a
disturbance at a dance at Rock Island
Turner hall Saturday evening. He
furnished security for an appearance
for trial this evening.
The ladies of tho G. A. It. will give
a Martha Washington cinch party to
morrow aff-rnoon at 2 o'clock at Me
morial hail. Also a sale of fancy arti
cles. Admission 15 cents including re
freshments. Everybody invited. I
Former Rock Island Saloonkeeper
Runs Against Law in
Billy Allars, who operates the sa
loon formerly conducted by Zip Ham
merly in the tumble down shacks
known as "Turtle Row" west of the
Davenport theatre, across the river,
violated the explicit orders of the may
or by keeping his place of business
open after midnight Sunday morning
and in consequence his license was
revoked by Mayor Phillips on Sunday
There was a negro cake walk on
the boards at the Davenport theatre
Saturday night, and after the curtain
was rung down Billy Allars secured a
portion of the crowd. The merry com
pany remained after midnight and Al
ters failed to turn them out or lock
his doors at the stipulated time. There
fore the mayor revoked the license
and the doors were closed for good
immediately after they were opened
Sunday morning. The place will no:
be allowed to do business again under
Mr. Aller's management.
It was in this saloon that Luther
Sandahl of Milan, alleged he was roll
ed for $50, and for which "Bogus" Me
Gee and Jay Dixon were arrested but
against whom no sufficient convincing
evidence could be found.
HAVE FERRY SERVICE
Christian Schricker Offers
His Side-Whe.eler For the
Miss Blanche Hulsbrink entertained
a company of little friends to celebrate
her eighth birthday Sunday afternoon
sn her home. 2123 Fifth avenue. Those
present were as follows: Maynie Ser
sig. Agnes Strsig. May Hulsbrink, Jos
eph Hulsbrink. Maymo Ernst, Cora
Soidel, Nellie Brinn. Marie Finnogan,
Addle- Finnegan, Victor Van Hecke
Raymond Burton. Edward Burton, Jos
eplr.no Kiugger. I no aitornoon was
spent in playing games and refresh
ments were served. She received
Call for Improved Zaaro.
II. K. Walker, fire ins-trance.
Lage-Waters for fine footwear.
Tri-City Towt ll Supply company.
Insure with Goldsmith & McKoe.
For bus. baggage.express.call Uobb's
For 'bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Tho city council meets this evening.
For real estate and insurance, E. J
Tho Y. M. C. A. Maroon baski t':a!'.
team has been disbanded.
W. II. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avium. Now 'phone 5740
Walline &. Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old "phono 1('C now .
Canton Star N 's o n masquer
ado. Wednesday. Ft-b. 22. at I. O. () F
Peanut candy ami laffy 10 cents per
pound at Petersons, 1 1 4 Third ave
nue. Attend the colonial tea at Mrs.
James S. C. linen 's Wednesday after
noon. Rock Island Lumber company have
plenty f coal and deliver promptly.
Both to lophones.
Sleighing partie ; can get ood serv
ice an. I long rides at moderate rates
by tele pluwing 12 1 west.
Don't miss tho tr:p to Ijong Branch
at the coon masquerade ball 1. O. O. F.
hall Wednesday. Feb. 22.
Mrs. Anstin's quick-rising buckwheat
A company of 30 friends last even
ing surprised H. Empke at his home
Fifth avenue and Twenty-seventh
street, and assisted him in the celebra
tion of his birthday. The evening
was spent with music. Refreshments
BISHOP McCLAREN DIES
Noted Chicago Episcopalian Passes
Away at New York.
Chicago. Feb. 20. Rt. Rev. William
Edward Mclaren. bishop of the Pro
testant Episcopal diocese of Chicago,
died last evening in New York. Death
was mil' to heart failure. The bishop
had been ill for months. Dr. McLaren
was ordained deacon in 1S72 and priest
in October of that; year. His first
charge was Trinity parish, in Cleve
land. Ohio. From there three years
later he was called to become third
'.'shop of Illinois, the title changing
later to first bishop f,f Chicago.
In 1V". Bishop Mclareu was elected
president of tho Western Theological
seminary, then incorporated and i n
dovve.i with $ 25.000 by Dr. Tolman
Wheoh-r. and since- greatly enlarged.
He was instrumental in founding and
ma n'ainirg St. Luke's hospital, one of
the roost important charges, of the
church in ( 'luVo.uo.
Bishop McLaren ... rioted to the
episcopacy Sejt. I.". l-7".. and was con
secrated !-. s of the sa:i.e year.
The Bettendorf folks have been talk
ing a ferry to ply between there and
East Moline for some time, although
nothing definite has thus far been
done in the matter.
The advantages of a ferry would be
great, and would look after inter-shore
traffic until the contemplated bridge
there becomes a reality.
The opiwirtunity to secure a ferry
ronses with the offer of Capt. C. W-
Schricker to sell his side wheel craft
The Outing, which he had in the trade
I here last. year, for $700. With her and
two-men to run the business a good
many dollars could be picked up by
making conne-ctions between the inter-
urbans and the railways on both sides
of the river.
Chicago, Feb. 20. Following are the
quotations in today's markets:
May, 111H. in'1. HSi, llS-'-s.
July, 101. 1021s. 101 tt. Hl.
September, 92 4. 93, 92, 92i.
May. iCVj, 4C5;. 4C'., 4G'4.
July. 7,H, 47, 4. 46.
September, 47. 47, 47'-, 47.
May, 30", 30. 30, 20.
July. 30, 30. 30, 30.
September, 29 , 29, 29, 29',.
May, 12. SO, 12. SO, 12.75, 12.77.
July, 12.92, 12.90, 12.87, 12.90.
May, 0.9O. fi.jo), c.90, 0.90.
July, 7.00. 7.02. 7.oo, 7.00.
May, !2, 6.S2, 7.O0, 7.00.
July. .95. 0.95, C.95, 6.95.
Liverpool Ojiening Cables Wheat
higher, corn 'Till lower.
Liverpool. 1:30 p. m. Wheat
higher, corn fi 1 , higher.
Liverpool Closing Wheat higher.
corn fiT,i higher.
Northwestern Receipts Minneapo-
REVOLUTION IS OPENLY
ADVOCATED BY STUDENTS
.'Cc.tlnued from Pape One.)
The Standard of
special services he ld in Cac chapels of
their own palaces.
A special requiem also was held in
the winter palace, that Gov. Gen. Tre
poff might attend. Gen. Trepoff is
known to be under sentence of death
by the fighting organization of the
social revolutionists, and so far as can
bo ascertained has not left his quar
ters in the palace since tho assassina
tion of Grand Duke Sergius.
lot lira Kf-rmnlatlai.
St. Petersburg. Feb. 2 Senator
Shidlovski presenting the commission
i ioir.t.d by the emperor to ascertain
tho causes of discontent among the
working cesses of St. Petersburg in a
uo'e iss'Kil today invites employers
and workmen, t elect representative
f it on the communion and guaran
tees thv rerEonal iifety of the dtle-att-.
&vs all tte time
o n e
12 Ba.rs Santa Claus
Wit.'i every two pounds of our
4 cans Corn r r-
4 cans Peas n r
3 pkgs. Malta Vita r r-
6 bars Amber Soap OC
7 pkg. Searchlight rC
Lewis or Eagle Lye, -j
10c size C
5 pounds Pearl Tapioca or
Star or Horseshoe To- a r
bacco. per lb tUC
Arm & Hammer Brand rr
Soda 1 lb. pkg OC
3 lb. can Blackberries i n
Aiways lowest prices here.
326 Twentieth Street.
12 dozen Misses, children and r" Z""
bo ys wool Toque caps aJl coicrs,
wero 25c and 85c, "will close them
out at i5c apiece. Take -what vou i
want -while they last 15c. I.r Li U L
your pick for iOL
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
Genuine Skunk Scarfs, worth
$.50, only a few of them loft.
bo prompt if you
want one at
5.000 Yards of Taf
WAY undervalue. Special
purchase, all widths in
cluded". 5 pieces, 27 Inch black taffetas,
way under value at CQ
5 pieces S6 Inch black Taffletas.
Remember one yard TQ n
wide, only jiuC
5 pieces, 36 Inch extra quality black
fvJss taffetas, way under value at
yaad, $1.25 nr
CO pieces 27 Inch colored taffetas,
plain and changeable, latest sprang
colore. Just received 11.00 values
for this sale,
Plain White Habutal Bilks, while '
they last. 1Q
yard 17 C
COO yards handsome fancy llks,
newest eprlngr 1905 designs much
under value at IQi
Bargains in Muslins
JUST received from the mill,
a large lot of lonsdale and
other staple brands of mus
lins and cambrics, in 2 to 15
yards lengths, values up to
15c a yard. Monday at 9 a.
m. -we place these on sal in
L-3 lots, priced as follows:
Up to 10c values, yd. .6 l-2c
Up to 12jc values, yd.. 7 l-2c
Up tol5cvaluea, yd.. 8 l-2c
Early buyers will get best picking.
ANOTHER shipment of Mill
Lengths of the genuine Bates
Seersuckers, splendid assortment of
staple end fancy styles, suitable for
Suits. Waists. Shirts, etc They'll
not last long at in.
yard I OC
10,000 Yards of New
1905 Wash Goods
Our reputation for showing
the largest, most carefully se
lected and economically priced
line of wash dress goods will
be fully sustained this season.
Special attention is called to
our lines of Arnold fabrics.
F1I de Sole,
All handsomo wash goods as
you could wish for, and note
the prices, per yard 1 0 '
25c, 10c, 15c and IL2,
Introductory Sale of
N ew Mohair Suit
BRITISH Novelty Mohair
Suitings, the fabric that
is certain to enjoy a wido
spread popularity this season
its a dust shaker, springy,
Handsome Novelty Mohairs, In
Grays, Green. Brown, Navy. Cadet,
etc. Correct for full suits. JQn
Opening price yard .401
$1.15 qualities In Swell Fancy Mo
hulr Suitings, to Start the ball
rolling fast, w QO.
say. yard ..301
1.100 yards TSo Plata Mohair Sicil
ian. 61 Inches wide, all colors and
black, at the extraordinary
low price of
FOR "Women, up-to-the-last-minute
styles in welts and
turns, made for conxfort, dur
ability and style. They fit
the feet as nature intended.
Many stylesT,and,Ieather3, all '
pair ... $3.50
Ladies' Dress Skirts at Un
usually Low Prices
FROM our stock of ladies' dress skirts we select 140 and
place them on sale at most unusual reductions. Never
mind the reasons the skirts are full of style, are of careful
workmanship and you are the gainer by tho price cuts.
There are J2.H0 Walking Skirts of
Meltons and Fancy PI I A
Mixtures, at 1 1 1
There are $2.G0 to $4.00 Black Cloth
nnd Cheviot Dress
About 60 fine Dress Skirts made of
Che.vlots. Broadcloths mid Kancjr
Mixture. trimmed with Taffeta
folds, made in tho nest manner,
values from $5. 00 to
$7. SO Wo price those at
Several other lines of dress skirts are sharply reduced
price for this salo.
AnnualiSale Table DmasR,
Napiiins and Towels
AN annual eventof the utmost importance to every care
housekeeper-7-offertng this year absolutely the best c
lection of 6Jcotcn,insn, ucrman and Uelgium linens.
At 50c Yard A T-
72 inch wide unfcleached loonr Thole
Damask, all pure linen, open borders,
fOc. quality, KOp
nt yard UUl
CO i.uh wide mercerised! satin Tab!
Trim risk, beautiful patterns and
v .irranted to Keep tne eaiia urn a a.
I i r ynrd . . .
T nrpe Napkins to match. $1.75 per
At 92'Ac Yard
T:- l-opt values ever offered Very
r 72 inh Irish Satin Damask.
n itiful designs,
t T'Cr val'il
t !i-.s to match at $2.75 per
70 im h cif rmrni Sirver bleached
TJ Inch fine Irish Satin Damask, nil
pure linen. Ooubh nr
borders, at per yard.... 1 0C
80 Inch Napkins to
match, per dozen
70 Inch silver Honchcd CJcrman
Table Damask, all pure linen, very
heavy and 7n
durable, yard lUC
72 Inch unbl.-ached
Damask, all pure
75c yard, nil
..92c At $1.95 yard
The Great Peremptory Sale
OF CROCKERY. China, Curtains, Bedding. Blankets, etc.. Watches, Jew
elry, Clocks and Silverware is attracting crowds of buyers. We are
working every day and night getting out all the smoked or water spot
ted goods of every description impossible to do this great work in a day
or a week, but the sale will continue till every dollar's worth, every
piece, every item, every nickel's worth of this class of goods in any way
injured by the late fire is closed out.
On the Big Bargain
:r.-isk is w ;i known,
ver snid at tbis
.v j rici' -f
to match for
but It was
To Introduce a higher frrade of
Table Damask, we will Fell during
our February I,lnn SaU $2.50 Bel-
frtum double satin damask table
linen, 2 yards wide.
at per yard
e"tr:iorJii:nry values In Table
..a-k at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.42
.:;,'.:lns to rr.atch, all prices.
ceptional good values In I luck
: 1 ram-fk towels at 10c each, or
-1.10 czen; ITc each or $2.00
v.j-.t-n; 2r,c each or $2.75 dozen; 35c
a h ol $4.00 Uozn.
SPECIAL Kach day from 3 to 4
( lock we will sell our celebrated
two for -.
T in.it of 2 to one customer.
The same quality, 2' yards wide at
$2.75 per yard. These goods are pat
tern cloths from 2 to 4 yards long.
Two sizes In Napkins to match: 21
Inch at $4.70 per dozen; 26 Inch at
$6.00 per dozen.
Plain Cotton Crash, blue
borders, at yard
Crash, per yard
Check Glass Toweling, at
per yard, 12c, 10c and....
Baxnsley's all linen bleached crash,
per yard Qrt
UMo. 12jc and
Very Special Each day from 4 to 5:30 o'clock, scarfs,
plain linen, hand made Japanese open worked, CI yf H
worth up to $2.50, at each 0
Fine China, Glassware. Lamps.
Vases. Art Wares, Uric-a-brac,
Hifn.res, etc., etc., at tremendous
30 Ilaviland nnd other fine French
rhina bread and butter plates, were
40c and 50c, closing
them out ut
Dinner plates, Haviland. Daulton
and tint; Limoges China, beautiful
decorations, valut s 50c, 5o to $1.50
ach, going now ut
75c, 50c and
Vases, T'mbrell.i Stands, Platters.
Covered dishes at less than half
price, nt $2.48. $1.98.
$1.50. $1.00. 75c. 50c and ..
LAMPS Hrasa. China and Glass
lamps, for oil. gas or electric linht.
prices cut In half
Stock Up on
Solid Silver Tea Sjioohh in a mn.-t.
poinfiur pattern, valuo 9jo,
Solid Sliver Forks jind Dessert
Spoons, worth $10.50 per
dozen, now each
Solid Silver Table Spoons.
$2.00, clearing them out
100 sets Plated Silver Tea 8poons,
per set of
600 yards Denims and Cretonnes
were formerly 15c to 22c now down
to per Qn
8 handsome Oak Screens, were $8.50
Just slightly wet. JJ QQ
Small lot of screens worth up to
$150 at OC
Full size pillow cases, Qp
Full size bleached and unbleached
Fheets. , 0p
15c brass curtain rods, full C
extension, each 3C
Saxony brussels paterns 1 2-4 net.
dainty new designs, worth up to
$5.E0 pair, at per pair. f A"7
$3.49. $2.97. $M5 and Ii7l
Arabian JJets. Cable Nets and Not
tingham Nets, worth up to 60c yard
at 4dc 39c, 25c
Roger's 1847 Finest Plated Knives.
Forks and Spoons, In fancy pat
terns, way under regular prices.
$1,000 worth of fine Watches and
Watch Movements, every one sold
with our full guarautee. now mark
ed nt 25. 50 and 75 per cent un-K-r
Wonderful Clock vnlucs at $5.00,
$4 00. $3.00. QQ
$2.48 and Jl.tJO
$1.50 to $2.50 fine gold filled and
solid Silver Rrooehos. Chatelaine
11ns. Scarf Pins. nr
etc.. all at tOC
75c for $1.50 to $2.00 B'lt Pins,
Brooches and Chat' Inlne 7C
Pins, big lot ;.t I 0C
60c for $1.00 and $1.25 Stick Pins,
Cuff Pins, CufT Buttons. Hat PIi
Brooches, etc., r
choice . 0UC
25c for 50c and 75c Waist f'et.:.
jjroocnes. Bcarr Fins, etc., or 1
etc, big lot all at ZOC I
iuc ror au the regulir line of 25
lis, today 5S7, last week, holiday, last
year, holiday. Duluth, today 3,3 last
week, holiday, last year, holiday.
Visible Supply of Grain Wheat, de
crease C 40.000; corn, decrease 1'3S,
000; oats, decrease 2C3.000.
Primary Receipts Wheat today 7GS.-
000 .last year, holiday; corn, today 417,-
000. last year, holidav.
Shipments Wheat today 214.000,
last year, holiday; corn today 233,000,
last year, holiday.
Export Clearances Wheat and flour
57,000; corn l&l.OoO; ats 20.00'.
Cash Wheat No. 2 red. 1.22; No. 3
red. 1.16&1.1S; No. 2 h w. 1.17S1.1&:
No. 3 h w. 1.10S1.1S: No. Ins. 1.19J2
1.22; No. 2 ns, 1.15-1.20; No. 3 s,
Cash Corn No. 2. 44U; No. 2 w.
4464454; No. 2 y. 4Z; No. 3. 44 ;
No. 3 w. 44U; No. 3 y, 44'.44i; No.
4, 4 3 i 44: no grade, 40r42.
Cath Oats No. 2. SO'iCJSl; No. 2
.32-533; No. 3. 3030i: No. 3 w.
Receipts Today Wheat 12. corn 2S1.
oats 143. togs 43.000. eatt! "1 Ann
Estimated Receipts Tuesday Wheat
23. corn 319, oats 2o:. hogs 37.""o.
Hog market opened weak to Lc low
it. Light 4.55 4. S5, mixed and butch
ers i.C'i'tfi i.'.C. pood heavy X,7fj 4 97.
roufth heavy 4.io?i4.7u.
Cattle market opened weak to lf'c
Sheep market opened weak. lc to
15c lowe r.
' Hogs at Omaha 7'00. cattle 5.000.
Hogs at Kansas City 9,000. cattle 11,
Oi.'o. V. S. Yard?. :40 a. m. Hog market
steady. IJg'.u 4.f54.90, mixed and
butchers 4 ;5?x4.95. good heavy 4.C5fz
4.97. rough heavy 4. 70 4.75.
Cattle market weak to 10c lower.
Beeves 3.253 05. cows and heifers
i.2(,Ti 4.50, Mockers and feeders 2.00fi
Steep market weak to lc lower.
Hog market closed Flow and steady
at early ! line. Lilit ."trn I.S7.
mixed and butchers 4C5Q4.J5, pood
heavy 4.C5'5 4.&7, rough heavy 4 653
Cattle market closed dull to 10 low
i I.eep market tkit-ed weak.
New York Stocks.
New York. Feb. 2o. Sugar 1H.
lb H't;-;,. ('., R. I. & I .Southern
"acinc I!. & O. 1044, Alchinon
vmnioti 13, Atchison preferred
102rN. ('.. M. At St. P. 17. Manhattan
1724. C'opK-r 75?. W. U. Tel. Co. 93'4.
. Y. O rural 11 7, 1 & N. 12S',. C.
k A. 4 l'li. Reading common 95, Cana
1ian Pacific 137, Leather common
1 2 "4. B. It. T. . Pacific Mail 47.
IT. S. Steel preferred 91?. L'. S. Steel
zoznnwn 33. Penna i Miswuri Fa
cific 107. I'nion Par ilir 103, Coal and
Iron S 2 1 i . Erie common 45. Wabash
preferred 46A. C. i. W. 21 , Illinois
Central 158. Car Fonndry 3IA. Repub
steel preferred 77, Republic Steel
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock IbJarid. Feb. 20. Folio ing are
the wholesale quotations la the local
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery 30c. dairy 25c.
Egg Fresh isc.
Liv Poultry Spring chick ns 9:
per jound , hens Xc per pound, duck
10c. turkeys I3c to 11c.
Vegetables Potatoes 40c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 42?il3o, oau 32$ 32c.
Forage Timothy hay $10.50, prairi
$X. straw $0fi$7.
Wood Hard, per load. $4.50'5$5.O0.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13014c. slack,
per bushel, 8 to 9c.
Cattle Steers $3.00-3 4.50.
heifers $2.O0fJ $3.00, calves 3.00 T f, 00.
Hogs Mixed and butchers $1.25
Sheep Yearlings or over $3.00
$5.00, lambs $5.002 $7.00.
Is often caused by sores, ulcers and
cancers, that eat away your Fkln. Wil
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