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THE 3HGTJS, MONDAY, . JULY. 17, 1003.
I J t J Ir-?--5 Vj -.(
plowa. Illinois Railways
g AT LYONS,
$ Week Ilei;iming Monday, July 17.
Reduced RaJes to Parties of Ten or More.
IFreeS FreeS Free?
CLAIRVOYANT AND PALMIST
Is Pfrmjnf ntly Located in His Own Home nt
1922 1-2 Third Avenue. Rock Islam!. 111.
(Opposite Spencer Square, Upstairs).
I apprecia'o in ilis tl:i ni" s.iisai ji!i;il ad vert i?tiiu: thru tlctv more
false i hui.is and misl. liim ia:.-tm us ch:i j.i rom-d through the col
umns of the daily press than the most hypocritical tongue could utter
in :i lifi 1!m : n ' ' 1 one can ih i l hiatal -1 for liouhtmg almost anything
ih- lead; I In !! it-, it is with the !j: --j of cuia incing yon if my
wonderful jMiwcr tliat 1 am able in do :ill lti:it I claim that I d, here
with most cordially invite you iuc::U iijm.ii :r.i a: muv :iml taki' advan
lnyf of tills ;n v il.il Mil
FREE! FREE! FREE!
'li;..!i ilin-i- wli.icall a! I'Uir wirli tin- jt;--rt objtt f haxiiij; a rcad
ii.K. I wi!! fi!: i Ull your name in full, it i;a:i. s of frw nds. tn mit s t)r
rivals: als.t will (t il yoii oiu' miport.t!:! v n nf ymir tutiiiv uiun
hiiv : in of iuu i sr. mii !i as !.Vi-. ouri.hi;. i.ni i lap', divorce, l.asi
ius, speculation, or 1 raiisact ion - of au Uind. In f':.ct, no iiuuli r what
UU) ! our hope, finr. or aiahii on. tome to me :nid I will till ou
f- crvl hiti:: l M r i :i t :m i!i : .in -! t ; mi I ;f 1 fail to faith-
fully fulfill I his ruliii.i', then vni
tii ins to have a it auing Is t! is i:oi l:o:iist'.' t'oii'd :iny1hinff he fairer?
SPECULATION AND INVESTMENTS. :,; advice is much sought for
ly those ci .lit in plat in;, iitx e.-f :ii speculaiini;, and for such advice
I make you n. charge u:'.':! such iu ei:n-iit I rimes ymi a handsome
profit.' The doll.ir propt t iy iuc.-;eil toii:: , ha- si Mom failed to make the
KMr man rich. M coniiiuieJ miccc.-.s in i his city for years while com
petitors have coiiie and j;i.ne is i.o .iit. I am ah. no in my j-pccial
line of work betau.-e 1 have so piif.iti,! my im pro veil system of help
Inn every one that I d. not fail a single ::me win re there is a spark of
hope. CHARGES GREATLY REDUCED FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY.
CAUTION. Make no mistake
my own home, between tLe hours of
ALL THE TIME AT ALL THE
FIXTURES AND AT A MINI
THISMDEAL" TANK HEATER
REQUIRES SO LITTLE FUEL
AND ATTENTION TO KEEP
YOUR HOT WATER TAN rv "GOOD
AND HOT" THAT YOU WILL
NEVER NOTICE IT.
GET OUR ESTIMATE ON THE
COST OF PUTTING IN ONE.
DO IT NOW.
uniiiT ii.i o!lit a-
in name and numher. Am oca!
cafed in f
lu a. m. rind S:"m p. m., ih
f fi) m S V
I llh LI 1
C. F. LYNDE WINS
HANDICAP GOLF CUP
Leon Mitchell Makes Score of 79
Within One Point of Ardo's Rec
ord for Links.
C. V. Lyude vcun the rut -n's handicap
at the ArBnal Golf club Saturday af
terntxui with an excellent gross score
of S whicn. with his handicap, 23, gave
him a net score cf 75.
The low score of 7S made by Ardo
Mitchell one week ago was not equaled,
although his brother, Leon Mitchell,
made an excellent 79. which is one of
the best scores ever returned in a com
petition on the local course. Ardo Mit
chell. J. D. Cady. V. Ii. Mixter and C.
A. Harnard were among others who
played very good golf.
The course was in excellent condi
tion, and the 50 players who partici
pated made the tournament one of the
most successful of the season.
Next Saturday the eighth and last
tournament for the first of the men's
handicap cups will be played. The win
ner of that match will compete with
the winners of the seven prf-ceding,
matches for the final possession of the
cup. Upon the following Saturday the
first match for the second handicap cup
will he played.
The summary of Saturday's scores
(Irosu. Hep. Net.
C. V. Lymle fS 23 7".
U-oii Mitchell 7v 7'.
Henry Vollmer 'J'J 20 7'.
W. H. Mixter S4 4 S
W. II. Marshall M2 2- S2
M. N Uirhardsnn 0". 12 S2
'J. V. Uurr !T, 12 S.l
A. L. MrM.re Ma 22 S'J
E. W. Hurst 1"5 22 S'J
C. A. Barnard . ., 89 5 84
V. 11. McCandless ICS 24 84
Paul Ker.-ch Ill 27 84
Ardo Mitchell 80 0 80
ilforie I-ymle Si 4 8
l:. C. Mueller 9tj 1U 8t;
(J. A. Price 110 24 80
I. I. Cady 87 ' 87
Wi.st.n McClelland U'J 12 87
Louis Hanssen, Jr 1U7 2u 87
(Jtto Huber loS 21 87
G. M. Bechtel S8 lu 8S
Walter Chambers lint 12 8S
.VI. C. (lliphant 114 2' 8
Decker French US y 8'J
(1. S French loS 19 89
William Middleton ....lui) in fu
I. H. Samuels Iu7 17 9
W. L. Velie 9G .". !'l
C. J. Cooper 1 15 24 91
F. Maker 121 ::.! 91
William Hutterworth ..1"9 17 92
Lnrm-d Allen 1'iiJ lu 93
J. N. Van Patten lis 5 93
C. C. Jamieson 122 27 9.".
J. W. Good 123 :; 97
:. 11. Ryan 124 27 97
I. L. Thatcher 114 It; 9
I. S. Whii.- 99 '.'9
P. C DeiilaiKinii 99 99
tins TeiKclcr 17 1"7
C. K. Mixter 115 115
Unfinished F. W. Hahnsen, W. R
Snid. r. C. C. Williams. H. C. Pape. .).
L. H. t ht. It. R. Cable. J. P. Comegvs.
J. H. Trimble.
LIBRARY IS ENTERED AGAIN
Burglars Got Away With a Small
Amount of Money.
A burglary was committed last
uit;!it at the public library building ami
it boil l $5 was taken from the strong
ixix. The offender or offenders had ap
A SPECIAL EXCURSION TO CHI
CAGO, LEAVING DAVENPORT AT
6:45 A. M., ROCK ISLAND AT 6:55,
AND MOLINE AT 7 A. M.t
THURSDAY. JULY 20
WILL BE RUN VIA THE C, R. I. &
P. RAILWAY AT ROUND TRIP RATE
OF $5. TICKETS GOOD GOING ON
THAT TRAIN ONLY, BUT FOR RE
TURN ON ANY OF THE NINE DAI
LY TRAINS LEAVING CHICAGO UP
TO AND INCLUDING THE 11:30 P.
M. TRAIN OF JULY 24.
parently entered by breaking a wrindow
In the basement in a manner tlj.it
v.ould uiake it possible to reach the
catch. This is the second time this
year an offense of this kind has been
committed at the library.
NOT DETERRED BY HEAT
Crowds Continue to Patronize Moline
The Allen family band proved a great
attraction at Prospect park yesterday
afternoon and evening, and crows turn
ed out despite the heat of the day. An
inspiring address was given by Dr. W.
A. Colledge in the evening. Today the
Midland Opera quintet will furnish the
music, Herbert G. Hoffman appearsin his
clever character impersonations and
Mrs. A. E. Shipley conducts a round
table talk. In the evening Col. George
Y. Bain delivers a lecture. He is con
sidered an orator of great merit.
The Kaffir ! choir is one of the
most expensive attractions secured
this year and is in a class peculiar to
itself. It consists of a band of South
Africans, representing Zulu, Bastito
and Bushman tribes, led by J. H. Ba lin
er. THE MARKETS.
Chicago, July 17. Following are the
market quotations today:
July, 85, -;, 84, 85U
September, 83?i, S38. 82, 82 i.
December, 83;. 82. S2, 82s. .
July, T7r'a. 5SU, oi. aGVi.
September, 551..,, 558. 54, 54.
December, 47". 4S. 473. 47.
July. 31-4, 32. 3oa4, 3114.
September, 3tHH, :9'4, 29. 29.
December, 3u5, 3i&s, 29, 29,.'
July. 1267. 12.G7, 12.C7. 12.C7.
September. 12.92. 12.92. 12.82. 12.92.
October. 12.97. 12.97, 12.90, 12.9U.
July, 7.u5. 7.U5. 7.05, 7.05.
September, 7.22, 7.22, 7.20, 7.20.
October, 7.32, 7.32. 7.27, 7.27.
July, 7.70, 7.70. 7.70. 7.70. J
September. 7.92, 7.92. 7.87. 7.87.
October, 7.97, 8.U0, 7.90. 7.9u.
Receipts today Wheat 39; corn.
251; oats. 123; close on New York
stocks Wheat. 9; corn, 451; oats, 211;
Hogs. 3u.iMM; cattle, 20,000; sheep,
Hog market opened steady. Light,
5.55 "J 5. tut; mixed and butchers, 5 15
5.9ii; good heavy, f.25'ii 5.9u; rough
Cattle market opened steady to loc
Sheep market opened weak.
Hogs at Omaha. 7.000; cattle. 5,000;
Imss at Kansas City, fi.uuo; cattle, 10, -
F. S. Yards. $:4fl a. m. Hog market
sii tmg to 5c higher. Light. 5.00 Q 5.05 :
mixt'd and butchers, 5.50'fi 5.95 ; ginid
heavy, 5. P.uft 5.95; rtiugh heavy, 5.30
Cattle market weak to 10c lower.
Beeves, 3.4o(? O.uo ; cows and heifers,
1.1514.50; stockcii and feeders, 2.30
Sheep market weak to 10c lower.
Hog market closed weak. Light,
5.005.95; mixed and butchers. 5.50(5t
5 95; good heavy. 5.305.95; rough
heavy. 5. 15 Si 5. So.
Cattle market closed steady.
Shetp market closed steady.
STANDS OUT ALONE A THING BY ITSELF SEPARATE APART AND DIFFERENT FROM ALL
OTHER SALES. THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE EVER KNOWN IN THE HISTORY OF THE TRI
CITIES. Tke Goods Msst Be Sold
YOU MUST ACT QUICKLY IF YOU WANT TO SHARE IN THE BARGAIN LOTS. OUR OFFERINGS
THIS WEEK WILL ECLIPSE ANYTHING EVER ATTEMPTED BEFORE. IT'S A SHAME TO SELL
GOOD MERCHANDISE AT SUCH LOW PRICES. NO MATTER WHAT THE COST. THE STOCK MUST
Ext rev. Special.
Tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon,
between 2:30 and 3 o'clock, we
will sell one ent.re lot of Wash
Goods, including fine batiste, or
gandies, etc., regular 18c and
Chirvei. Crockery. Glass
cvro. ALL DAY TUESDAY, AN OP
PORTUNITY FOR HOUSEKEEP
ERS, HOTELKEEPERS AND RES
TAURANTEURS TO BUY AT
WHOLESALE PRICES AND LESS.
1 lot line jMjrcelain cups and sau
cers, decorated in gold these cups
sell regularly at $1.25 per doen.
but we have put them all in C
one lot at per cup and saucer . .OC
W. A. ANNING & CO.. of Chicago,
New York Stocks.
New York, July 17. Sugar 139. C.
It. I. ii P. 31, Southern Pacific '.5r,s.
Ii. & O. 114:Ki. Atchison common 8t;"i.
Atchison preferred H2. C.. M. Air St.
P. 181, Copper 83. N. Y. Central
147. L. & N. 14S, Heading common
105' 4. Canadian Pacific 152, 15. H. T.
09, U. S. Steel common 31. V . S.
Steel preferred 102. Peima 112:V.
Missouri Pacific 9ST. Union Pacific
130. Coal ami Iron 87. Kiie common
17. Wabash preferred 39, C. & G. W.
20, Illinois Central 17o. Car Foun
dry ZC.Vi. Republic Steel preferred
SH4. Republic Steel common 2o.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Hock Island. July 17.--Following are
the wholesale quotations in the local
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery, 19c$i21c; dairy.
I Dinner plates,
j gold decorated, each
Open vegetable dishes,
Large cream pitchtrs,
arge asMirtment of lemonade sets,
to close at
Wash bowls and pitchers, QQ
large size, at each fcJJl
Slop jars with cover
While they last we will sell 100
piece decorated dinner sets, regular
$s 9S value,
You will have to hurry to get in
on this, as there are only a few
more h ft.
loo piece dinner sel.s with lilletl in
decorations in pink and gift n. also
gold line. This set sells at $!2.o0
but for this sale,
on 1 v
R.EMEMBER THE PLACE.
Kggs Fresh, 14016c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, $3
per dozen; hens, per lb., 7c59c.
Vegetables Potatoes. 4oc$i 45c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Com, 5253c; oats. 32fi3lc.
Forage Timothy hay. Js.oo'ii $10.00.
prairie $S, straw $CS$7.
Wood Hard, per load. $4.50(5 J5.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 1 4c. slack,
per bushel, 8 to 9c.
Cattle Sleers. $3.00$, $4.7.1; cows
and heifers, $2.00(fi $ LOO; calves. $3.00
fit $5 no.
Hogs Mixed and butchers. $4.756
She;'p Yearlings or over, $t.50P
$.750; lambs. $5&$G.
Petition for Saloon.
Hock Island, 111.. July 3. 1905. To
the Honorable Mayor and City Council
of the City of Hock Island, III.- Gen
tlemen: We, the undersigned owners
VJBusnit VJbUU Ysswb Rum 9
Gas or GasiB 7
Oasoiine. of course, otiEhl to bv
out of the tUi-stion ton dani-jr-uii.i.
Co.,. I eoal Isn't bad, but it's
expensive; It m ikes lots of 'inuta;'
a K.d d-al of It l-t . trri-1 .iw.y
by tti ashm.'in. ami It h-.tts up
th house entirely too much for
Best to Burn Gas.
Turn it on it's ready. Turn it
off no waste.
You can eoolt anything with
that can be cooked by any other
method, and k It b-tter ari l
The h iiisrwif.- uh i dcids In
favor of if is applies up-to-dlte
mean to ji-i-un- ui-to-d ite cook
ery; find her rnnK- t nourcf of
pleasure; her )i"UJ- cool In
summer; b.i work to d i. for
Kt ban no wast and In right at
your elbow all th- tlrm.
GAS RANGES AT COST
PEOPLE'S POWER CO.. 100 17tK St.
Tomorrow (Tuesday) morning,
between 9 and 9:30 o'clock no
sconer and no later we will sell
five yards of Apron Ginghams
You select the goods, a clerk
will measure it.
102 piece china dinner set. includ
ing soup tureen. These sets aro
all neatly decorated ami would be
cheap at $10.i0, but will close them
quick, at per
1 lot net 1 knives and forks, good
quality, for this r.ate per set of yt q
siv knives and six forks .... OC
White metal leu spoons.
Gas mantels, our 15c grade with
double wire mountings.
Silver plated knives and forks, reg
ular $2 no grade. q
at, per st,t I T"57
Rock Island, 111.
of property on Sixteenth street, lu the
city of Hock Island, on both sides of
said street, within a distance of 3ml
feet lioth ways from No. 230 Sixteenth
street, hereby consent to and petition
your honorable, body to permit t tit
HtK-k Island Club to open and conduct
a saloon at No. 23(1 Sixteenth street, in
the city of Hock Islam!, 111.
The Hock Island Club, by K. II. Guyer.
president. 100 feet frontage.
Dennis Warren Estate, by Phil Mitch
ell, administrator, 40 feet frontage.
Illinois Theatre Company, by Phil
Mitchell, president: T. J. Medill. sec
retary, 15u fen t frontage.
Frank III. 150 feet frontage.
Notice to Fourteenth Avenue Properly
You are hereby notified to put in
service pipes and sewer connections
on Fourteenth avenue from Thirtieth
to Forty-sixth street before paviiiK is
commenced, as the paving will not Im
reopened for 10 years.
H. C. SCII AFFKR, City Clerk
Prof. A. Robey 192rT0 Tive i