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THE ARGUS. .WEDNESDAY, " AUGUST 8, 1900.
Political Gatherings of All
Parties to be Held To
THOSE IN ROCK ISLAND
Democratic at Crystal Theater and Re
publican at the Court
Tomorrow will be countv convention
day throughout Illinois under the pro
visions of the new law, which requires
that all conventions be held simulta
ncously regardless of political denom
mauon. ine democratic convention
will assemble in the Crystal theater at
11 in the morning and be called to or
der by Chairman Sexton of the county
committee, and Secretary Stauduhar
will read the tabulation of the county
clerk showing the delegates entitled to
seats in the convention together witb
the names of the candidates indorsed
at the primary election.
Donovan'n Nomination Surr,
As a matter of course Cornelius Don
ovan will be nominated for sheriff. As
to the remainder of the ticket, the con
vention may by proper resolution de
dare vacancies and instruct the county
committee to provide for the same at
its discretion. John Schafer has al
ready been mentioned as being gen
erally discussed throughout the county
for the nomination for treasurer, and
the convention, while not making the
nomination until it learns Mr. Scha
fer's wishes, may, after' declaring the
vacancy instruct the committee to
place his name on the ticket. Former
Sheriff C. D. Gordon was in the city
today and stated that it was possible
that he would become a candidate,
should Mr. Schafer decline to be so
r Committer Important.
An important duty incumbent upon
the convention will be the selection of
the new county committee, which will
be done by call of the roll of accredit
ed rtelee-ates ITnrter the new law the
ounty committee is a powerful body,
and too much care can not be taken
in its composition. Failure to place the
right men in control of the party or
ganization would be ruinous to the
county ticket at a time when the pros
pects are the brightest that they have
been for years.
All DrlrKatrn Duty to Attend.
Under the stipulations of the law.
too, it Is of the utmost importance that
every delegate attend. For this reason
the list of those elected at the prima
ries is republished. Through file com
plication growing out of the miscount
in South Rock I.-land the proper dele
gation from that township was not
correctly given last evening, but ap
pears among the others in the official
list of delegates which is appended:
First Ward First precinct. Dan Mc
Kinney; Second precinct, John Holz-
bararaer, Charles Weinberger.
Second Ward First precinct, John
P. Sexton, John Burns, Henry Kinner;
Second precinct, Carl N'aab, Anton
Kick, Joseph Holzhamrner, Charles
Third Ward First precinct. M. M.
Briggs, Albert W. Henry, Joseph Grote
gut; Second precinct, Herman Seidel.
TV. C. Maucker, Eugene Doyle, Harry
Coyne; Third precinct, Charles Smith,
Christ Theus. W. C. Hubbe.
Fourth Ward First precinct, John
Blake, John P. Sexton. Joseph Dietz;
Second precinct, Valentine Dauber,
Fifth Ward First precinct. William
Cochran, William J. Furlong. John Car
ney; Second precinct, James Lamont,
Ives J. Hoare. George P. Stauduhar.
Sixth Ward First precinct, George
H. Wright. John Ginane. C. C. Wilson:
Second precinct, William Lamont, A. J.
Seventh Ward First precinct. Jacob
Brandmeyer, Michael Cavanaugh; Sec
ond precinct, M. C. Bulger; Third pre
cinct, Louis Funkenstein.
Coe Charles Eipper, A. Saddoris.
Canoe Creek J. H. Cooley.
2uma Will'am Filbert, George Nold
Port Byron W. F. Garnett, Julius
Hampton First precinct, Jacob Her
mes, John Glaus; second precinct, John
Walton; third precinct, John Vogel.
South Moline Third precinct, Peter
South Rock Island Philip Dingle
dine, Thomas Bo'lman, Gilbert McCar
thy, John Manheim, Herman Shae.
Black Hawk Henry Franing, Robert
Kane, Fred Saulpaugh.
Coal Valley George Hillier, S. D.
Rural A. R. Donaldson.
Bowling Robert Young.
Edgington First precinct, Henry
Patterson; second precinct. Perry Da
vis, James Venable.
Andalusia T. E. Colo.
Buffalo Prairie M. J. Kelley.
Drury Cornelius Hays, Fred Foster.
IntrreKtlnt; Day I'roiiiinril.
The republican county convention
promises some interesting develop
ments in the political game, the center
of attention being the fight for the
nomination for sheriff. There is con
siderable talk about the chairmanship,
and County Chairman Koehler has in
dicated that he will preside only until
the meeting is called to order, the for
malities disposed of, and the conven
tion organized. The convention will
be called to order at 11 o'clock at the
cotirt house. The call will be read,
and Chairman Koehler will read the
tabulation of the returns of the pri
mary. I he organization will pronably
be perfected, and an adjournment theu
taken until the afternoon. When the
convention reassembles in the after
noon, the work of making tho nomina
tions will be taken up.
Effort for Rand Wagon.
It is expected that an effort will be
made by friends of Edward Kittilsen
to make his nomination a bandwagon
procession. On the strength of Pleas
ant Cox's popular vote, he will In all
probability be nominated without much
contest, and this will be used by the
Shower t h 1m . afternoon or tonljfht;
Thuraday, partly clwudyj no Important
change In temperature. ,
An area of low preaaai thin morning
extend from the aoutheru vlate"n "c
tlona rimtnard to ..the north Atlantic
count, with a well defined center tiver
weHtern Iown. Shower and tliunaer
ntorma alonK the enwtern Uocky moun
tain alope nnd In the MiMOnrl and Ml
alMMlppi valley have nun In attended
thin disturbance, anil the rnln area now
reachea to the middle Atlantic mtntrm
nnd New Knglnnd. Heavy ralnn have
occurred at Amarlllo, Texn Charlea
City, Iowa; Oklnhoma, Okln.; Cairo. IlLj
St. I,ouIn, Mo., nnd llnpld City, S. I.
Another low premure la over northern
Snakntchevtan. The depreanlou over
weHtern town will caue ahowera In thla
vicinity this afternoon or toubtbt, and
partly cloudy weather will prevail
J. M. SimiUKH. Local Forecaster.
Temperature at 7 a. m., 73j at 3i30
p. in., M. Minimum temperature In 24
bourn, 71. Velocity of wind at 8 a. n.,
I ml lea.
First Ward First precinct. Edward
Coryn; Second precinct. John R. Day.
Second Ward First Preciset, John
Mullane; Second precinct, Cornelius
Third Ward First precinct. John
Foley; Second precinct. Benton Davis,
Fourth Ward First precinct. R. C.
Meyer; Second precinct, W. C. Allen.
Fifth Ward First precinct. Law
rence McKinney; second precinct,
Christopher F. Doran.
Sixth Ward First precinct. Charles
H. Rank; second precinct, Clarence S
Seventh Ward First precinct. Peter
Sinclair; second precinct, Henry
Moline delegations as an argument
favoring Kittilsen. it being held tha
the nomination of Cox for treasurer
should satisfy Rock Island. Kittilsen
and his lieutenants have been holding
various mysterious conferences in
Rock Island, some of them midnight
sessions, in their efforts to secure con
trol of the delegations.
On the other hand Rock Island lead
ers will at least demand of Moline tha
that city deliver the delegations to the
senatorial convention for the support
of Thomas Campbell for representa
tive, before they will approve any deals
Fine politics is being played, and the
convention, notwithstanding the provi
sions of the prmary law. will offer
much the same opportunity for deal
lng and trades in delegation as under
the eld system. .
On Still In the Came.
Os Bruner refuses to join the club of
down and outers and says that he will
be heard from when the nomination of
heriff is taken up by the republican
county convention tomoirow. He de
clares a mistake has been made in com
puting the number of delegates that
are instructed for him on the first bal
lot and demonstrates that there will be
at least 86 delegates and that Kittil
sen's strength has been overrated. J
dozen or so are ready to break to him
on the second ballot, he insists, and if
no deal has been fixed up between oth
er candidates and the matter goes to a
third ballot he figures himself a win
ner. Win or lose, Os announces that
the bOj-s will all have another chance
to see a baseball game here at his ex
lieynoldn. Too. Stands Pat.
Reynolds, as well as Bruner, refuses
to be called out of the game; and his
friends will remain firm unless dealo
are made, it is asserted. His friends
Fay that while his prospects may not
be as bright as Bruner's, the develop
mcnts in the convention are likely to
favor his candidacy.
-Frank Mullern. Louis Rey
Beet by Teet
Idaho Democrats Name Candidates Af
ter Strenuous Session.
Couer D'Aliene, Idaho, Aug. 8. Uni
ted States Senator Fred T. Dubois.
Member of Congress Rees Hatta-
Justice of the Supreme Court
Stewart S. Pennings.
Governor C. O. Stockslager.
After a strenuous two days conven
tion the democrats of Idaho placed In
nomination the foregoing ticket and
adopted a platform in which anti-Mor-monism
is the keynote.
BISHOP SPALDING IS HOME
Returns Peoria from North Much
Improved in Health.
Peoria. Aug. 8. After recreation at
Mackinac island and rest and special
treatment at Sacred Heart sanitarium
5t Milwaukee during the past six
weeks. Bishop Spalding returned to
Peoria over the Rock Island yesterday
evening in better health than at any
time since his affliction some two years
ago. A carriage was In waiting, and,
accompanied by his nurse and Father
O'Reilly, the bishop was taken to the
episcopal residence on North Madison
avenue, where he will remain Indefi
nitely. He is in such comparatively
good health that it Is not necessary to
have him go to St. Francis hospital.
where he was taken a year ago.
Don't drag along with a dull, billious
heavy feeling. Yon need a pill. Us?
De Witt's Little Early Risers, the fa:
mous little pills. Do not sicken or
gripe, but results are sure. . Sold by all
druggists. - .--
Insure with Beecher Bros.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros,
Anyone desiring safe See McKee.
Tri-CIty Towel Supply company.
"The Garden of Loven" at Tottcn's.
Money to loan. See Beecher Bros.
For bus or express, Spencer & Trefz.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
"Just You" a popular song. Buy it
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 152C-1528 Fourth avenue.
Lewis' Single Binder cigar richest,
most satisfying smoke on the market.
"Just You" and "the Garden of Love
the latest song hits at Totten's Music
Totten has a new edition of the lat
est song hits"-Just You and "The Gard
Siraser wants your picture framing,
Latest framing machinery. 131S-132
Tremendous selling of wash goods at
McCabe's resulting from the last round
of price cutting.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Hansen, 93
Twentieth street, are the parents of a
boy, born last evening.
Dozen of styles of white waistings
and fancy wash goods at a half and a
third off former values at McCabe's.
Your money's worth sure at the
clean-up sale of odd pieces and sam
pie show patterns of furniture at Mo
Justice Hall In Davenport Monday
evening united in marriage Gustav de
Voider and Miss Florence Bcnneman
both of Rock Island.
So numerous are the bargains in the
ready-to-wear department at McCabe's
that economy becomes a matter only
limited by one's choice.
Keeping it up. Big bargains every
day. See our windows. Read the
price tags on our shoes. Lage-Waters
Shoe company, 1703 Second avenue.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
tLorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
Totmorrow afternoon and evening
the ladies of the United Prcsby
terian church will give a sociable
at Long View park, for the bene
fit of Mrs. Sylvester Ritchey,
whose husband was drowned recently,
The ladies will serve refreshments
near the playgrounds on Mtteentn
street. If the weather is inclement, the
sociable will be held at Armory hall.
McCabe's Balcony Tearoom Is the place
to meet your friends at lunch. De
lightfully cool, convenient 2.nd comfort
able. A lady remarked, "It's a real
boon to humanity."
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
U3 nto s -a,-a
Watch Repairing an only be satisfac
torily done when handled by experts.
Our watch experts know about the dif
ferent makes of watches. If yours
needs attention and It Is brought here
we guarantee complete satisfaction.
TAMP1C0 MAYOR AGAIN GONE
Village Pay Roll Still Held Up by
Sterling, 111., Aug. 8. The village of
Tampico Is again without a mayor or
city council. Mayor Kemp has mysteri
ously disappeared, and it is rumoreu
that he has gone to Canada, where he
will await the next session of the grand
jury, neiore wnicn ne is unuer Dona
to appear. Last night an attempt to
pass the village pay roll was defeated
by the refusal of the temperance mem
bers to attend tho council m-eeting.
None of the salaried officers of the vil
lage has received a cent of pay during
the present fiscal year, and it will be
Impossible to pay them until tho tem
perance and saloon forces unite and
the mayor returns.
MOVING PICTURES WERE BAD
Boy Says He Was Led to Crime Watch
ing Robberies Enacted.
Evansville. Ind.. Aug. 8. Leon
Young, aged 10, was arrested charged
with burglary, and confessed the
crime. Tthe boy says he was taught
to be a burglar by going to a moving
picture show, where he. saw pictures
which showed train and bank robber
ies. He went home, he says, with a
desire to become a great robber.
"Make Hay While the Sun Shines."
There Is a lesson in the work of the
thrifty farmer. He knows that the
bright sunshine may last but a day and
he prepares for the showers which are
so liable to follow. So it should be
with every household. Dysentery, diar
rhoea and cholera morbus may attack
some member of the home without
warning. Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea . Remedy, which is
the best known medicine for these dis
eases, should always be kept at hand,
as Immediate treatment is necessary,
and delay may prove fatal. For sale
by all leading druggists. ' ,
Summer Garments Will Be
a Drawing Card on the
Big Second Floor
SO numerous are the bargains now oh sale that customers
find shopping In the ready to wear section most profit
able. These are samples :
Handsome white lawn Shirt Waists made with embroidered
fronts and pin tucks, short and long sleeves, several designs
in this collection of $1.75 & $2.00 waists (at $1.29, only $1.29.
White Indian head Skirts, good flare, panel of embroidery
in front, worth $2.00. There are 23 in all and we price them
Stunning Jap Silk Waists elaborately trimmed on body and
sleeves with German Valenciennes lace and pin tucks form
ing yoke, $4.00 & $5.00 values at $3.32 and $2.65.
Ladies' white Suits with short jackets, strictly tailor made
throughout, real $5.00 to $7.50 garments, $3.87.
Tremendous Selling of Wash
Goods Resulting from
These Clearing Prices
THURSDAY we start another round of price cutting on
high-class wash goods that will astonish the keenest
1,000 yds. 25c to 38c French and silk Organdies, short
lengths of finest dress ginghams, mohair lusters and mer
cerized novelty cotton fabrics, all at yd., 15c.
Finest Batistes, dainty barred and plain Organdies In
daintiest designs; Arnold's taffetas in medium and dark
colors; zephyr dress Ginghams worth up to 25c yd.,
all at 10c.
800 yds. fancy dress Ginghams In two to ten yard
lengths, to close out quick about one-third value,'
per yd. 3c.
Dozens of odd pieces of white Waistings and fancy
embroidered goods at just half former prices.
Here's Your Money's Worth
yV clean-up sale of samples and odd pieces of Furniture, Mattresses and Springs, used as samples and slightly
"" soiled. From one to three of a kind.
$2.25 cotton top Mattresses, $1.45.
$3.50 reversible Mattresses, $2.45.
$4.50 combination Mattresses, $2.95.
$12.50 silk floss Mattresses, $8.50.
Dollar woven Wire Springs, 50c.
$1.87 woven Wire Springs with supports, $1.00.
$2.25 woven Wire Springs with supports, $1.40.
$3.50 all-iron Springs with Supports, $2.25.
$5.00 all-iron steel spiral Springs, $3.50.
$12.50 Iron Bed, combination colors. $8.00.
$19.50 Metal Bed, heavy brass rails, $14.00.
$4.50 upholstered Chairs, $2.00.
$5.00 upholstered Chairs. $2.25.
$14.00 upholstered Chairs. $9.00.
$8.50 upholstered Couches, $6.00.
$19.50 upholstered Bed Couch, $14.00.
97c. Chairs, wood seats, 50c.
$1.48 Chairs, golden oak, cane,
wood and cobbler seats, $1.10.
$2.50 Chairs, golden oak, $1.75.
$2.87 Rockers, golden oak, $1.95.
$4.50 Rockers, oak and mahogany, $3.25.
$7.50 Rockers, oak, $5.75.
$10.00 Rockers, oak and mahogany; $7.25.
$1.85 upholstered do. reed seats, 98c.
90c Umbrella Stands, 50c.
45c Carpet Hassocks, 22c.
"REST light color shirting prints,
JJ yd. 4c.
Men's and boy's Canvas Shoes
and oxfords, leather soles, a few
sizes missing. To clean out quick,
89c and 75c.
Some rubber sole Canvas Shoes
should go quick at pair, 39c.
Silk Parasols, worth up to $3.0Q,
take what are left Thursday and
Friday at $1.00.
Women's 50c fancy lace lisle
and embroidered Hose, Thursday
and Friday, per pair, 29c.
For Summer Reading
r I 'HIS is the right time to pick up good read
ing at nominal prices.
19c. About 200 titles, standard authors,
tastefully bound, many with gilt tops, priced at
37c. The Conqueror by Gertrude Atherton,
Sky Pilet by Ralph Connor, Paddy from Cork
by Stephen Fiske and a number of other equal
ly well known copyrights go in this sale at 37c.
10c. At this ever popular price we offer
about 300 volumes in a wide range of subjects.
Many of these are from 15c, 25c and 39c lines.
Some are slightly shop worn and; you get them
25c Messaline Taffeta Ribbons, nearly all
colors, and all pure silk, Thursday, yd, 12C
Forceful Bargains in Ladies
Chic Cloth Suits
JN lightweight fancy and plain cloths, three
fourths and full length sleeves, style, finish
and workmanship are beyond criticism, bargains
that need but to be shown to be snapped up
For traveling and street wear these suits are
Light weight full length Coats for traveling,
good for rain or shine, dust proof and yet have
a certain dressiness about them that attracts,
these two low prices, 9.75 and $5.00. '
Thursday at 3:30 o'clock, Habutai
wash Silk, while 200 yards last, about f
"7JOWNS. Two particularly good values in
nainsook and cambric Night Gowns, beau
tiful garments with lace or embroidery trim
ming and unusual for the money, 1 .33 &. 90c.
Cambric Petticoats, full length, the lawn
flounce Is trimmed with lace, 25 to sell at 33c.
Corset Covers. The two lots we men
tion here will instantly appeal to you as big values
Lot 1. Cambric Corset Covers, lace trim
Lot 2. Beautiful Corset Covers, made of
fine cambric and trimmed with three rows in
sertions and edge of torchon lace, ribbon bead
ed in at neck, this is a generous 50c worth of
corset cover for 29c.
Thursday at 9:30 and till sold, broken lines
of 50c tinted pillow tops to close out quick,
Made Totl n y They AVere In
In the manufacture of wax matches
and the long and slender tapers which
are known as rats de cave (cellar rats)
the method Introduced into France by
rierre Blosniaire iu the middle of the
seventeenth century is still iu use.
The method is practiced today in the
Carriere factory at Bourg lae Iiine,
near Paris. The cords of which the
wick is composed pass into a basin of
melted wax heated by a small furnace,
from which they are drawn through a
perforated plate to a large wooden
drum which is turned slowly by hand,
The operation is repeated two or three
times, the size of the hole through
which the cord passes being Increased
each time. When the waxed cord has
attained the required size it is wound
on large reels in skeins of 400 or 500
meters (about 1,500 feet), which are
boxed and shipped to wholesalers. It
Is also furnished in lengths of from
three to ten meters (ten to thirty-three
feet), folded as often as may be re
quired for convenient packing. These
tapers are now used chiefly by wine
merchants and by sextons in lighting
The very short and thick candies,
called veilleuses, or night candles, are
composed of a mixture of wax and
stearin. The molding machine differs
considerably from the apparatus used
for ordinary candles, although the prin
ciple of the operation is unchanged.
After the little candles have cooled
the attendant removes them from the
molds and conveys them to women.
who put them In tin cups, which pre
vent the escape of melted wax during
combustion, and pass them to other
women, who label and pack them.
Paraffined paper Is rwide simply by
drawing long rolls of paper by mean
of a series of cylinders through a steam
heated trough containing a solution of
paraffin and stearic acid and thence to
a large wooden cylinder, on which it Is
rolled. Scientific American.
Files Bill for Divorce.
Emma E. Hopkins of this city has
filed a bill for divorce from her hus
band, Lee B. Hopkins, a professional
baseball player. She charges desertion.
Marion E. Sweeney is her solicitor.
In this state it is not necessary to
serve a nve days notice for eviction
of a cold. Use the original laxative
cough syrup, "Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. No opiates. Sold by
All the news all the time The Argut
The funeral services of George Hen
ry Banker, the 3-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Banker of Davenport
who died Monday of diphtheria was
held from, tho home yesterday after
noon at o'clock. Burial took place
at Chippiannock cemetery in this city
GAS FIGHT WAXES WARM
City of Galesburg and Ccmpanyare Far
Fror.i Settlement as Ever.
Galesburg, 111., Aug. 8. Further
complications in the gas situation here
have arisen over the fiat refusal of the
city to pay the rate of $1.20 per thou-
j?nnd Just ndepted by the company and
oxer 'the p"?agc 0f a resolution by
the council that the city will pay no
more than the 90 cent rate fixed in the
ordinance passed last June. The city
will resist in the courts any effort of
the company to collect a higher rate.
The company has n-i,'cr paid the leas
attention to the request of the June
ordinance, but has made two proposi
tions, nither of wl- h has proved s.i;
isfactory to the council. The council
contends that the old franchise of the
company is invalid. It intended that
the new ordinance should take the
place of the old. The company main
tains the old franchise is sound.
Chicago, Aug. 8. Following are the
market quotations today:
September, 73'4, 73. 73. 73.
December, 75, 75. 75.
May. 79. 80, 79. 793i.
September, 49. 49, 49. 49.
December, 45, 45. 45. 45Vi
May, 46, 46, 46, 46.
September,-31, 31. 31Vi. 31.
December, 32. 32, 32, 322.
May, 34, 35, 34. 34.
September, 17.10, 17.10. 16.95, 16.93.
January, 14.15. 14.15, 14.05, 14.05.
September, 8.82, 8.82. 8.77, 8.77.
October, 8.90. 8.90, 8.82, 8.85.
January, 8.15, 8.15, 8.10, 8.10.
September. 9.17, 9.20. 9.17. 9.17.
October, 8.90, 8.90. 8.87, 8.87. '
January, 7.55, 7.55, 7.50, 7.52.
Receipts today Wheat 320, corn 101.
oats 183, hogs 30,000, cattle 23.000.
Hog market opened steady. Hogs
left over l.r.oo. Light 6.30?i 6.70. mix
ed and butchers fi.lf?i).fft. good heavy
5.75(f6.45, rough heavy C-75(5.95.
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 11.000, cattle 3.0rtrt.
Hogs at Kansas City 1L000, cattle 7.
000. U. S. Yards, S:40 a. m. Hog market
weak to 5c lower. Light 6.25(5 6.60,
mixed and butchers 6.05 (t 6.55, good
heavy 5.75 6.37, rough heavy 5.70
Cattle market steady to a shade low
er. Beeves 3.S0 6.50, cows and heifers
1.00 4.25, stock'ers and feeders 2.40Q
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed weak to 10c low
er. Light 6.25 6.60, mixed and butch
ers 6.00 6.50. good heavy 5.65 6.35,
rough heavy 5.65 5.90.
Cattle (market closed strong.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York, Aug. 8. IT. P. 156, u.
S. Steel preferred 105. U. S. Stel
common 40, Reading 132, Rock Is
land preferred 63, Rock Island com
mon 25. O. & V. 47. Southern Pa
cific 75. N. Y. Central llO'i, Missouri
Pacific 95i, L. & N. 144, Smelters
152, C. F I. 53. Canadian Pacific
167, Penna 135', Erie 43'4, C. & O.
6:4. B. U. T. 79. B. & (). 120, Atch
ison 92:ii, lyjoomotive 6S, Suuar V'.
S.t Paul 1K5, Copper 1"2. Republic
Steel preferred 98, Southern Ry.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Aug. S. Following ar
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisir-.is and Produce.
Livo Pon.iry Spring chickens, $3.00
to $3.5o per dozen; hens, per lb., Sc;
ducks, per lb., 10c; turkeys, per lb.,
13c; geese, per lb., 11c.
Butter Dairy, IGc to 17c.
Lard 8c to 10c.
Vegetables Potatoes, new 50c to COc.
Eggs Fresh, 15c.
Cattle Steers, $3.00 to $4.75; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $1.50; calves, $4.5')
Hogs Mixed, $5.75 to $6.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3 to $6;
lambs, $4.00 to $6.50.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 51c to 55c; oats, 40c.
Forage Timothy hay, $13; prairie,
$11 to $14; clover, mixed $11 to $12;
straw, $5 to $6.
Wood Hard, per load $5 to $5.5i).
Coal Lump, bushel, 18c; slack, pr
bushel, 10c to 12c.
ALL THE WAY.
Ask for tourist
Is the way of economy and comfort. You travel
In quick time over the shortest line to Southern
California, along the historic Santa Fe Trail.
It's the Grand Canyon line, too
Cool and dustless and Harvey serves the meals.
Personally conducted tri-weekly excursions.
H. D. Mack. Gon.Agt
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.