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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE li, 1905.
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ALEDO MEN VIEW
Committee Msps Out Desirable Course
for Interurban to Buffalo
Alekn Democrat: Tb commit;', e ap
pointed liy the Uv. imi.iii of AI' do
mS'li' !' s inspect e m t.ur e s.;t rda it.-i
far ur- '.', postoU'.ce o-i Buffalo Praiti .
The filiowiim numb, i ininl.'- tin
drive: I.. Wolff. 1 r G. Reynolds.
K. M. Wiiithat:.. l.: -n Mr WImrKT, W.
C. Calloway. L. E. Mom y, George G.
Weidling an I Judge .!. li. 'on:i ll. At
Millersburg th y wen- J : n d by I.. II.
'I'll object of Mi'1 flip was to ex
amine flic cov.mry between this oft y
and Buffalo J'niiii.'. :!'. ; i ; i n f to wliirli
thi Uoi-U I.-ltiiul L'n! n ii .-.-ii'l v(n:!,l
Htitisfy t!tiii. (i;:r !!TiiiMf ftirnc
hi!!l.' f it 1 y i:ift 'I th;,t ;i ro'itf fall
lu (ii cl iipnii li .i.'iiiiir lr'i!i lif-t to tl:;T
I i i it r which wi! u. n Iittli- r;'l-
illtr. l'Vi'11 ill the wot.-1 phli is, ;i!lil t
liiti!"r ( Insi !y iipiiii th' iniiin mad linni
Alrdo to .Mill, isl.urt; ai,!', ;".ffa!o I'n.i
ri Tho onuuii ' ( in :t thorous.ii -
atninatioti of many of tho draws throtmh
lands hy walking. At I'.tiffalo rrairlo.
on tht.- rt-tnni trip, Warrt-n Kohbint', a
Let Common Sense Decide
Do you honestly believe, that coffee sold Iooho (in bulk), exposed
it is opened n your kitchen.
Tbl turn made LION CO FIXE the LEADER OF All PACKAGE COFFEES.
Millions of American ITomes welcome LION COFFEE daily.
There ia no stronger proof of merit than continued and increas
ing popularity. "Quality eurviTcs all opposition."
(Sold only in 1 lb. pacaai;r. lion-head, on every package.)
(Save your IJon-heiuls fur valuable preminn.H.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
"WOOISON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
ne3 in seme form. In your Lome there u
a sufferer. There is another ia your neiptbor's home.
Wine of Card li will cure you, vour sister, your mother or your
dauphter. It wi'.l cure your neighbor.
Over l.IX).0 suffering women hare born cured by Wine of Cardui.
Hundreds of thousands of well and happy men have their health
beeau.se some interested friend took them a Lottie of V. ine of Cardui or
told about what this wonderful woman's tonic would d.-.
Will jou not follow Mrs. ?mithers' example by pivin.? Wine of
Cardui a trial and then tell other sufferers of your cure?
1603 Maple St.. Lonsnui, K v., June M, lJOi.
I fe-1 it ror dtitr to thank ton f"r the fcl Wine of Cardui has done f"r me.
T VM ncnou. woru-out and ta the verjtr ef a litn. rjl brrak-dowrj. lroridpnce
directed one cf vour little Nks my way a-,,1 I boneht a bottle of Wid cf
Cardai I bad not taken it bnt three days when a decided change m percepti
ble What it did for me it will do r nt other woman, and I never fail to take
Skdrantaffe of aa opportunity to tccommeud it as a reliable and sure cure.
MRS. BEIK . SMITHES.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL $1.00 BOTTLES OF WINE OF CARDUI.
children are always the healthy
ones. Cross. jieevihli, irritaMe children Invariably
have retfion for being no. Thin ia generally norma.
If your child haa any of tbe symptoms foul breath,
dark circles under the eyes. Uuhed checks, picking
at tbe none, grinding the teeih, disturbed sleep, bed
wettiDg, fits and con vnlsions, feverif hiit-BS, eonr
utomurb, peevishness, thin, pale t heeks give
and perfect health will be restored at or.ce. It Ik a harmless,
pleasant tablet cleanses and awee;Li the entire system.
Airs. M. J. Writ'ht, Chairman Kxecutive Committee,
"Aru and Crafts," H:t Cleveland Ave., Chicago, writes:
"Six months ago my daughter Heien was uflerin frotu worms.
She w utt liiin. iai, lauuiil, eating all tue tnue t jKjer in lietsh.
and ho refiilw at niKtit that ah kept ujt aviake most of 1 he time f.
t;ve her KvkiMio Worm Killer ul the tiugKi-stiuii or iny druggist
Within ten uiy a marital i-Uanee )iai tk-n pla'-e. ami in a ci.upia
of weeks more alia waaeulireiy cured anil has uut tieen troubled 9ince."
by mail, - cents a box. Samples and
MEDICINE CO., Clintonxiile. Conn.
I rr,. . , rni r t!u i'C, :.-v,id-'d tl'.'.m
'on i he ten; rn tor several mill's over a
t . r l . . l , . i t. . 1
in. ;: i and v,l,;e"i was al.-o direot
in its coitrso iiiiil sati.-fartory as to
'J'hv M!iitiiiitce s-ieak in lii.uh n this
of tii'.' anxiety of the j-o;.!,j i'lotit; the
inii'i to see i!u ticc'Oiiipii.thiiK'iit of a
io,.d thioi:.L.li that section, and pi;t r-
!'ii;s idTers of ri-ht of way are inado.
jcitid it is ll.o-iLiit thar t !itouj;hotit 1 ho
;n:ire c,):ir.e t h it- v. ill he no trouble
:n 1 hat pa 1 1 lcui t .
A .si;'i-ei.f,iiii!ie; will lie appoin'od
to wo Hi IJotd; Island nnd prosenr a
full i iot: of tho day's work with top
on; mi :ida: ions as to tho feasibility and
in ed ef 'lie road.
Torture of a Preacher.
Tho story of tho tortnro of Ilov O.
P. Monte, pastor ot tho Kiptist church,
of 1 !a rji' : s i!Ie, X. V.. will int rest you.
" siy.-: "I stifferod aymics. hocunso
of a p' r.-irtent contrh. result ins from
tho urip. I hnd to sh-f'j sitting up 5n
lud. I tried many remedies, without
ri lit f, until I took Dr. Kind's X"W
DNcovi ry for ('onsumption. Couuhs
and fold-', wliic.'i entirely cured my
)ii:;!i, and saved mo iror.i cotisutap
tion." A .era ml cure for diseased con
deiotis i.f the throat and I::ti.tts. At
liatiz t 1 ",;ti: y r's. drtiir.ists : juice
cents and $1. iv.iran'eed. Trial bot
to mist, genua ana insects, passing
through many liainln (nomo of
them not over-clean), 4'Llended,!'
you don't know how or by whom,
is lit for your use t Of course you
Is another story. The green
berries, selected by keen
fudges at the plantation, are
bkilllully roasted at our fac
tories, where precautions yoa
would not dream ol are taken
to secure perlect cleanliness,
Jlavor.strength and uniformity.
l-'rom the time the cojj'ie leaves
the factory no hand touches it till
Your, Neighbor 1
Hundreds of thousands of women iuffer
with irrcpu'.ar rxTifls. Tiiousarula suffer
bearing down pains. Others are nervous
End have all manner of pair.a in the abdo
men, back, neck, limbs and head.
Win of Cardui Curti all these Trouble.
There is l.ardly a home whore some
woman is not the victim of female weak-
I DAVERPOHT DOTS.
Will Sell Books.
The sch col board held a regular
meeting Monday afternoon at the sec
retary's office on Sixth and Main
s-treets. Outside of the completing of
arrangements for the laying of the cor
ner stone of the new high school, the
principal business which came before
the meeting was the discussion of the
plan for the selling cf books in the
various schools. The decision of the
board in regard to the matter was fa
vorable. St. Katharine's Commencement.
A large class was graduated from
St. Katharine's hall yesterday. There
were many friends in attendance to
witness the exercises, and both gym
nasium and chapel were crowded to
their full capacity by those attending.
The exercises were beautiful and ap
propriate, closing with the laying of
the class stone and the serving of re
freshments on the lawn.
Lay Corner Stone June 19.
The Davenport school board has
marked June 19 for one of the big
days in the history of the Davenport
schools. Next Monday afternoon the
corner stone of the new high school
building will be laid. This event, mark
ing substantial progress toward the
completion of the $jriD,iiO high school
which will give the boys and girls of
Davenport facilities superior to that of
many of, the minor colleges for the
completion of their education here at
home. For some time the building
west of the soldiers' munument has
been assuming large proportions, the
labyrinth of interior walls and the im
posing showing of the outside walls
giving promise of the magnificence of
the finished structure, which is yet to
rise throe stories above the present
The sputter of rifle fire will be con
tinuous in Davenport the latter part
of this week, the biennial tournament
of the Central Sharpshooters' union,
which opens tomorrow, drawing hun
dreds of crack shots of the west, rep
resenting rifle clubs from Cincinnati
to Denver and from l.a Crosse to St.
iuis. Advices received here indicate
a record breaking attendance, and
preparations in proportion are being
made by the Davenport riflemen. Nine
teen rifle (dubs will send their best
shots 10 the tourney, to compete for
i he championship banner, the medals
and the big cash prizes that are offer
ed. They are Cincinnati. Indianapolis,
rit. I.ouis and Denver; Chicago, Joliet,
Highland and Peru, in Illinois; Du
buque, J-yoiis, Keystone and Davenport,
in Iowa, and Milwaukee, l.a Crosse,
ChiKon. Wausati, New Holstein, New
(Ilarus and Monticelio. iu Wisconsin.
A total membership of over 1.1 " of
the .--aai'psh'iooTs of tile west is rep
It si n't d.
Deaths of Year.
Dining the year Ktl. :J 1 persons
died of tuberculosis, or consumption,
l."i of phthisis and 11 from other forms
of tuberculosis, making the great white
plague responsible for deaths. Next
came pneumonia with I'D deaths during
the epidemic of last winter. There
were rj deaths from paralysis; ty
phoid fever carried off six; and the
various forms of In art disease are re
sponsible for to more deaths. Old age
and senile debility carried off o7. There
wore 11 violent deaths. During ihe
year l'.'ul there were only 11 cases of
.smallpox, with no deaths. The mor
tality rate of the ear was H.:;.. slight
ly higher than the previous year, which
was i::.l7. but it is in no way indica
tive of anything more than the increase
in iho population of the city.
Hurt in Runaway.
.John l'lo hn. proprietor of the Com
mercial alloy livery stable, was quite
painfully injured Monday evening in a
runaway accident while on his way
home to supper. In the vicinity of Fif
teenth and Ripley streets, the horse he
was driving became frightened at the
pile of rnk and gravel on one side of
the roadway and made a plunge which
resulted in the overt timing of the
stanhope to which it was attached. Mr.
rioehn was caught in the buggy top
and dragged a considerable distance.
His head was cut in several places, and
two ribs broken, but otherwise he es
caped any serious injuries. The buggy
was badly demolished by the time the
horse was caught.
Scarlet Fever Fatal.
Yesterday morning at the parents'
home in Ing Crove occurred the
death of the S . Mar-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Jacobsen. and grand
daughter of I N. Jacobsen. Sr.. of this
city. Ikath resulted from scarlet fever
after a week's illness.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
In re guardianship of Arthur E. Star
gardt. minor. .luardian's annual report
tiled and approed.
Estate of Robert R. John.-ton. Final
report of executor tiled arid approved.
Waivi r of notice by heirs, legatees and
di' riltutees and receipts of legatees,
heirs iiiid ili.-t ributec-s in full settle
ment of their respective distributive
shares liied and approved. Executor
discharged and estate closed.
Estate of Mary Have.-. Inventory
filed and approved.
Estate of Ceorge D. Moure. Annual
rirt and. settlement of executrix
filed. Hearing thereon set for July 12.
lfei". at 9 o'clock a. m.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Nora Wells. Annual report of guard- ,
ian filed and approved.
Estate of Agnes Josephine Mollister.
Final report and settlement of execu
trix filed. Hearing thereon set for
July 12, lJn.. at 9 o'clock a. m.
Estate. of Maria Robinson. Waiver
of notice by heirs and distributees and
receipts of heirs and distributees in
full settlement of their respective
shares tiled and approved, proof of
heirship having been made in open
court, said final report approved. It
appears that this estate has been fully
administered and money propel ly dis
tributed, said administrator is dis
charged and estate is closed.
Estate of Iteli Miller. In the matter
of claim of Mrs. Fred E. Brown. J. H.
Hauberg appears for claimant. L.
Adams for executor. Hearing on said
claim and same disallowed. Proof of
publishing and iosting notice to cred
itors filed and approved.
Estate of G. M. S. Ahlberg. Proof of
notice to heirs of final report and set
tlement made. Hearing on ?aid final
report and settlement and same ap
proved. Order of distribution filed.
Estate of Maria B. South. Bond of
the said Delaska South tiled and ap
proved and letters of administration
issued to him. Inventory filed and ap
proved. Real Estate Transfers.
Clara E. Webb to Jule E. t'nelstrom,
lot 1. block 1, Moore's 2nd add., Moline,
Mamie Wiuick to August Schmidt,
lot 2, block 2. II. B. Wittick's 1st add.,
Moline, $05t. '
Philip Nakas to Joseph Schmidt, lot
2. block 2, East Rock Island add., Mo
Mamie Wittick to Philip Nakas, lot
2. block 2. East Rock Island add., Mo
J. J. Dahms to Sarah A. Young. wVj
lot 4, block 1, Baiiey Davenport's 2nd.
add., Moline. $l.C0(i.
Stephen Vt lie, Jr., to Frank Zierke.lot
1. block 1. Columbia Park add., Rock
C. H. Hack to William H. Jordan, lot
in eU nw sec. 2. 17. 2w. $1.4'".
Ira E. Morton to Horatio S. Roseber
ry, lot J. (3. Scheuermann's Twenty
second street add.. Rock Island. $3.Sr0.
M. M. Sturgeon to Theodore A. Her
zog, lot :i. block 2. Twenty-first street
add.. Rock Island. $1.2uu.
Jerred E. Lobdell to Charles T.
Borst. lot !:. block 1. College Heights
add.. Rock Island. $:H0.
John (I. Scheuermann to R. I. Lum
ber company, lot s, J. (3. Scheuer
mann's Twenty-second street add.,
Rock Island. ?lui.
. R. Moore to John M. Magnuson,
lot 7, block A. IMgewood Park add.,
Rock Island. $i.
.1. E. Oakleaf to A. E. Montgomery,
Jr., lot 7, block 1. Child's 2nd add.. Mo
A. E. Montgomery, Jr., to A. E.
Montgomery. Sr., lot 7, block 1, Child's
2nd add.. Moline, $1.
Licensed to Wed.
Otto E. Hint. Moline
Emma A. Ristan Rock Island
Ray Ernest Griggs Glasford. 111.
Pearl Fahnestev k Glasford. III.
Henry Walter Tindall Glasford. 111.
Evelyn Taylor Glasford. 111.
Edward W. Rosenberg Moline
Hattie Plambeok Moline
.James F. Spargo Hope, Kane.
Nina J. Loos Coal Valley
William F. Von Stadilander
Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
Mrs. Caroline Paul Cedar Rapids
Hugh E. Curtis Rock Island
May A. Dart Rock Island
El wood Hinman Wyoming
Bessie B. Long Moline
At the Harper Arthur Cook. Otta
wa; William Howat, P.raddock; A. J.
Boyle, Braddock; J. B. Howart. Ster
ling; A. C. Berkst re sse. IVoria: J. E.
Keiman.'New York; S. O. Plantz. Chi
cago: G. M. Ran doff. Aurora; M.
Columbus, Ohio, May 19, 1903.
Some four years ago I was suffering
from impure blood and a general run
down condition of the system. I had no
appetite, was losing flesh, and had an all
pone tired feeling that made me misera
ble. I began the use of S . S. and
after taking seven or eight bottles my skin
was cleared of all eruptions and took on a
ruddy, healthy fjlow that assured me that
my blood had been restored to ita nor
mal, healthy condition. My appetite was
restored, as I could eat anything put be
fore tne, and as I regained my appetite
I increased in weight, and that "tired feel
ing" which worried me so much disap
peared, and I was once again mv old self.
I heartily recommend S. S. 5. as the
best blood purifier and tonic made, and
strongly advise its use to all those in need
of such medicine. Victor Stubbins.
Cor. Barthmau and Washington Aves.
Wheeling, W. V., May 28, 1903.
My system was rundown and my joints
ached and pained me considerably. I had
used S. S. S. before and knew vlut it
was, so I purchased a bottle of it and have
taken several bottles and the aches and
pains are gone, my bloM l,as been cleas
ed and my general health built tip. lean
testify to it as a blood purifier and tonic
1533 Market St. John C Stein.
If you have any
symptoms of dis
write us and our
advise you free.
Onr book on
blood and ski a
diseases sent free.
Tha Swift Specific Compaiy, Atlanta, Ca.
Star Course Announced.
Jedin H. Hauberg, chairman of the
Pribram committee of the Star Course
I'nion, has announced the following at
tractions for the course this year, be
ginning in November: Royal Italian
band; The Boynton company; Brooks,
humorous lecturer: Chicago l.ady En
tertainers, music and reading; Guy
Carlton Ixe. professor of history in
John Hopkins university, lecturer;
Thomas McCiary. humorous lecturer.
May Be Rerated.
Moline is said to be one of the towns
of the state which will not undergo a
rerating of insurance risks at the an-,
nual meeting of the Illinois state
board, the organization of the I'nion
field men. and the Illinois Field club,
representing the non-union contingent,
which began yesterday at Deiavan
Lake, Wis. The chief interest will
center about the quest iem of ratinrj the
smaller towns of the state. There are
some iioo waterworks towns in Illinois
under the jurisdiction of the s.tate
board, and all of these have been re
rat td under the new schedule except
Moline. Springfield and Rock Island.
Decatur having just be-en completed.
There are about l.ouu waterworks
towns of 2'Mt ipulation or over, and oi
these about 200 near the waterworks
towns were rated when these were
visited. Some of the Moline agents
are inclined to believe that Moline
will be related, notwithstanding this
announcement, and if a re-ratlng is or
dered thar it will apply to all parts
of the city, except the factory district.
Moline Club on Gridiron.
Moline club is to be represented in
the foot ball field the coming season
which, starts next fall. At a meeting
of the board of directors of the club
Monday evening a petition was pre
sented signed by many of the club
members askng that a foot ball team
be organized for next season composed
of c'.nb members. The board of direct
ors were very much in favor of the
idea and appointed a committee of
three to investigate the proposit ion.
The committee appointed is: L. R.
Blackmail. C. E. Diet 7. and F. W.Gould.
The matter will be taken up at the
July meeting of tho directors and a
decision will bo made. There seems to
be no rea.-on why the club could not
net a good team on the gridiron', for
the best material can be found among
the membership. Among these men
tioned are Gilpin Stromberg, Clarence
Isaacson, William Wilson. William
Burt let t and other good foot ball play
ers, such as Carl Hammer. Harry Lind
berg, George Melin, Otto Trefz anil
Harry Bergin will be asked to join the
Burke. Sterling: R. H. Collins, Kan
sas City; E. N. Sohoon, Chicago; J. X.
MeCarter, Adrian ; Charles Rystrom,
Chicago; P. I). Bahcock. Chicago; F. P.
Drygon, Baltimore; A. C. Ricksocker,
Chicago; J. B. Norah. Chicago; F. D.
Bradley. Chicago; J. B. Morrison. Ft.
Madison; W. S. Sommers. Omaha: A.
R. Talbott, Lincoln; C. F. Clark. Bos
ton; A. J. Houston. Cleveland; I. E.
Bent ley, Oelwein, Iowa; Elijah Barton.
Minneapolis: L. M. Collins. St. Paul;
T. H. Sprinkle. St. Louis; J. A. Gibson,
St. Joseph; J. J. Harrington. Kansas
City: M. B. Enright. Kansas City; E.
C. Egbert, Cleveland; O. W. Diller.
Cleveland; O. R. White, Chicago: C.
G. Saunders, Buffalo; B. Bush. Chica
go; John Wohl. City; Mrs. L. Jones.
Cincinnati; F. W. Kramer. New York;
H. A. Smith. Kansas City: S. R.
Schwartz. New York; A. G. Fayer-
iiauson. Chicago; C. S. Fownley. Mil
coiirly; Thomas Brown, Chicago; E.
T. Bush. Galesburg; L. Mandel. Chi
cago; T. D. Patterson, Peoria; P. M.
Dizler. Detroit; S. It. Dellinck, Peoria;
Mrs. M. Fide her, Peoria; Miss J. Mar
guart. IVoria; L. M. Mclntyre, Peoria;
Mrs. Kleim, Peoria.
At the Harms (European) J. C.
Burgoyne, Andalusia; A. J. Rowley.
Peoria: If. S. Dunn. Buffalo. N. Y.; W.
Dean Jay, Galesburg; E. E. Murphy.
Leavensmith. Kans. ; Ben Newhouse,
Chicago; C. E. Byrnes, Ishpemlng,
Mich.; Jennie Weart, Peoria; H. C.
Roberts, IVoria: J. R. Best, Andorsoii
villo, (3a.; P. D. Willitt. Durant. Iowa;
Walter Otto. Freeport. 111.: H. H. Jack
son, Iouisville. Ky.; G. S. Fitzgibbon.
Moline; Charles H. Storm. New York;
Thomas Brown, Galesburg. 111.; E. C.
Rtii.ipler, Peoria, Hi.: J. Runtchmann,
Chicago; O. YV. Schafer. Chicago; J.
YV. Adams, Dubuque; C. M. Pe-asler.
Dubuque; H. Chapman. Chicago; P.
Feet zed. Detroit. Wis.; F. L. Jones.
Streator; Thomas Duffy, Dubuque; W.
T. Bloomer, Chicago.
At the Rock Island (European) N.
Elliott. Gale.-burg: Frank ( arver. Cau
ton; H. C. Carpenter.Chioago; B. B.
MoGuire, New York; II. F. Gilbert.
Galesburg; Charles George. Cordova:
1 1. A. Bixby, Peoria; N. R. Raymond.
Chicago; R. S. Woodburn. Hillsdale;
YV. R Carney, Carbon Cliff; Dr. J. H.
Scherer, Chicago; Charles Ben.-ou.
Monmouth: A. R. Hughes. Aledo; E. E.
Schroeder, Dos Moines: John Blakely.
Preemption; H. H. Williamson. Spring
fi.I l; A. P. Hill. Chicago; L. C. Brown.
La Grange; I. R. Pitney. Peoria; E. W.
Powell, Reynolds; C. C. Johnson. Rey
noids; S. B. Parsons. Chicago; J. H
Foster, Fo.-ter; T. R. Lees. Coat Y'al
ley: H. W. Strickland. Kansas City;
B. F. Mertes, St. Paul: C. A. Moore.
Bloomington; Charles P. Price, Chica
go; W. R. Landers. Centerville. Iowa.
Dyspepsia bane of human exist
ence. Burdock Blood Bitters cures it
promptly, permanently. Regulates and
tones the stomach.
John J. Zimmer, Amateur Champion Middleweight
Wrestler, Says His Wonderful Strength Is Due to
Regular Use of That Harvelous Tonic and
Invigorator, Duffy's Pure Halt Whiskey.
He Writes : All the fiedals I have won in athletics and honors I havo
gained on the wrestling mat 1 owe to Duly' Pure Malt Whiakey.'
J I -
a. -.- .: a .,x. - o - .-..v. I
JOHN J. ZIMMER,
Gentlemen; All the medals that I have won in athletics and the honor that I
have gained ou the track ami tn tbe wrest Hug mat 1 owe to Duffy's Pure Malt W tiiskey.
1 bevan to take yemr medicine lour years ago, when 1 was a tuere stripling and very
much run down in health and weak in body. 1 bad Iiecn bedridden for four months,
and the doctors thought 1 would not recover, when an athletic instructor, a neighbor
of ours, took lue in charge. He stopped all medicine and gave me Bully's Pure Malt
V hiskey, and with the aid of massage brought me back to Hernial health. iSiuce ttiat
tiine I have trained regularly ia the gymnasiuiii and have known no medicine except
Dully 'a Pure Malt Whiskey. Jou.n J. Zimmek, Amateur Champion Wrestler.;
Duffy's Pure Halt Whiskey
Is the greatest strencth build r and tome stimulant known f . untliciiie. It attacks the'
Beat of the di.ieaae, drives it out and rebuilds the weakened tissues in a gradual, healthy, j
natural mannel .
"lhitly's" is the only cure and preventive of consumption, pneumonia, grip,
bronchitis, coughs, colds, malaria, low fevers and all waiting, weakening, diseased one.
(litions. It makes the young strung and healthy. In use 5o ycaiA, Wrius for lreejcony !
Cf medical booklet. Dully Malt Whiskey Ce., Rochester. N. .
CAUTION Oct the genuine Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, .IJ hv all druggists and fro- -Cera
throughout the world In sealed buttles only- price $I.IM. S-c that tha "Old khcmUl"
trade-mark is on the label, and that there la a strap over the mik. Krtuse aubstltutsa moi
bogus so-callcU "Uutfy's" Pure Malt W biskcy, ollcreU ty unreliable dealers.
NOW IS THE TIME FOR HYOMEI.
Far Easier to Cure Catarrh Now Than
' at Any Other Season.
Now is the time to use Hyomei, when
the early summer days make it so easy
to cure catarrhal troubles. The Hyo
mei treatment, breathed for a few min
utes three or four times a day in May
or June, will do good twice as quickly
as it did in January, and nearly every
one knows that used faithfully then
it completely rids the system of ca
tarrh. Hyomei is a purely vegetable prep
aration whose active curative proper
ties are given off when It is breathed
by the aid of the pocket inhaler that
comes with every outfit. It destroys
all germ life in the air passages, puri
fies the blood by supplying additional
ozone, and its healing, volatile, anti
septic fragrance reaches every corner
of the respiratory tract as no medicine
taken through the stomach can possi
The complete Hyomei outfit costs
but one dollar, and consists of a neat
inhaler that can be carried in the purse
or vest pocke-t and will last a life time,
a medicine, dropper and a boMl;-of.
Hyomei. Extra bottles of Hyomei can
be procured, if desired, for Ro cents.
At this season of the year when ca
tarrhal troubles can be so quickly and
readSy cured, the- me rits of the Hyomei
treatment should be carefully Investi
gated by eve ryone and a complete out
fit should be in every home. H. ().
Uolfs gives his personal guarantee,
with every Hyomei outfit he sedls to
refund the money if It does not give
satisfaction. There is no risk what
ever to the purchaser of Hyomei.
Chicago. June 14. Following are the
market quotations today :
July, sCTi. fcCTa. C, SG'.
September. '-!V. H2, S2i.
December, 82 82. 824.
July, ,2,, S2, r,2'i. f.2',;.
September. 50, 51. .r.o?,
December. 4n. 48',;, 47. 49.
July. 30 .30?. SO'i. 30 .
September, 2!'B. 2'Ji-i, 28. 2S.
Deotmber, Ziv',,. 21. 2,J'1. 2f'i.
July, 12.50. 12 52. 12.47. 12 52.
September, 12.80. 12.85, 12. HO. 125.
July. 7.2. 7.22. 7.17. 7.22.
September, 7.4u, 7.45, 7.'!7. 7.12.
July, 7.::7. 7.117. 7.3'. 7.07.
September, 7.02. 7 07, " Ou. 7 07.
Receipts Today Wheat 3. corn 22a,
oats hogs 3u.ouu. c at He 22.ouo,
Estimated Receipt Tomorrow
Wheat none, corn 257, oats ll'j, hogs
Cattle market opened weak to l(c
Hog market opened weak to 5c low
er. Light 5.15fr 5.37, good heavy 4.60
Q 5.32, mixed and butchers 5.155.35,
rough heavy rOiK 5.U.V
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 12.'nu, cattle 5.ou.
Hogs at Kansas City 1 5.11(111, cattle 7.-
C S. Yards. S : 40 a. tn . - Hog m.uket
steady. Light 5 -".'n 5.::7, mixed and
butchers 5.1 u; 5 .35. good heavy 4.0ui
5.35, rough heav I .Oii'n ...of,.
Cattle- market weak. Ine lower.
Beeves 3. MI'S 0.25. cows and heifers
1.30i4.50, stoekors and feeders 2.5nifi
Sheep market ste ady.
Hog market closed sirnuger. Light
5.2u'o 5.40. mixed ami IiiiIcImth 5.2Ki
5.40. good heavy 4 .Ootfi 5.35, rough
heavy Xm'i 5.u5.
Cattle market closed weak and luc
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York. June 14. Sugar LJIV-i,
('.. R. 1. . P. 27 'i. Southern Pacific
02'4. B. . lii!iH. Atchison common
S2'H. C.. M. H St. p. 174S,. Manhattan
103':.. Copper 7!e-M. W. C. Tel. Co. '.t'H,
N. Y. Central 1 1 1 . L. N. llOti.
Reading common ijp's. Canadian Pa
Cific; 15i)7;, K ,;,,H u s su.t.,
pre;forn-d ill;. V. S. Steel common
iNe'Peniia i:;5'. Missouri Pacific: 'JS.
I'nion Pacitio 1 1'.;',. 1:1 ie common 41.
C. C- G. Y. I7"s. Illinois Central 10u',-i,
Car Foundry 3 1'.,, Republii- Steel pre
felied 71. Republic Steel Common
17T. Metropolitan 122:s.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Ouotatlona on Provlsiona, Llva
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Ro k Island, June 1 4. Following are
'he wholesale quotations In tho local
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery. I!c'i22e; dairy,
Eggs Fresh, 141Cc.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 10o
per pound, hens. !)c per ximd. ducks
:i luc. turkeys 13c.
Vegeiabb K -Potatoe-s, 25o.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 42c43e, oats 32f33ri.
Foragi -Timothy hay $!0&fl0.50.
prairie $S, straw J01i$7.
VijiI llaid. per load. Sl.SOfr $5.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 1314c. alack,
per bushel, 8 to He.
Cattle Steers $3.001 15.0
heifers. $27 $1; calve s, $3J$5.
J(Md ,aj mi, kr P. .U & Co..
lur Sprmt mud Suamf wear, ka lLa mUmS
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