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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. JUNE 27. 1007.
One of the Things Citizens Are
Turning Attention to With
View to Greater City.
FIELD IS A RICH ONE
Country Almost Untapped in Several
Directions by Railways Time to
Cut Out Bridge Tolls.
as was t lie
Militia, lias made the following as
signment of officers for the "Dorothea"
for the cruise:
Executive officer, .Lieutenant F. 1.
Tubbs; Watch officers. Lieutenants S
It. Davis ami M. Dc-Kay ami Ensjg1;
Ralph Smith, hi addition an engineer
and surgeon will be named. The ii
vision has received invitations to at
tend two large celebrations while on
the cruise, one at Lincoln l'ark and
another at Wnuki gaii where they w
be cruising, both on July t, but as yet
it is not known which one will be a'
Now that the raising of the big fun 1
for new factory purposes has shown
again the calibre of Rock Island chi
zens, other matters essential for th
Greater Rock Island arc attracting
fention, and will in all probability ,.:
aien up and carried to
Chief among the needs of the city in
growth commercially and otherw'sc
is interurban connections. This
has been a crying need of tlu
city for years, and several propu
sition.s have been considered but have
never been earnestly pushed to a cm
elusion. It' the plans of the Rock In
land Southern are carried out as I In- v
have been provided, the line between
Rock Island ;ind Monmouth and Gah s
burg will be completed next year. Put
mere are still other field.-, altuo.t
tapped by the railways and that
prove profitable for an inn i ni l
tending from this city.
HrlilKM n Problriii.
The greatest problem in the itiUru.--ban
proposition has been that of crow
ing Rock liver. Now that the bridgc
have been rebuilt, hovevu this is le.
of a problem. The bridges are tiiei
and though used by the Tri -City Rail
way company, are available for an
line that ilcaires access to this cr...
naturally any interurban to ;ais ci'..
would have to enter from thj south.
( tit Out llu- 'loll.
Another proposition which is ! he-,
given mote attention is the question of
discontinuing the toll charge over t ie
Rock river bridges. This is a relic f
past decadts, and the city should be
able now to raise the levy, and tin.
place a 10 cent tax on every oiil' win
wishes to enter the city. people coin
ing into Rock Lland front the soma
largely represent the ln .-t rural com
munity from which the city may draw
trade, and the possibilities- of the ii 1 1
are reduced materially by this to'l.
The bridges hardly maintain them
selves, ami the city should take stt:s
to provide for their maintenance in
some other manner. They should be
free to all comers.
George F. Godfrey.
George F. Godfcry, father of
ward F. Godfrey, died at C:3U
morning at the home of his son,
Twenty-second street, death being
to infirmities of old age. He had
bedfast for th last nine wccks
had lu en ailing since last fall. He
hoi n in Amherst, Mass., October
He came west in 1VM and set
tied in Guiesco, 111., ami lived thei
until the death of his wife in ,Iu!.
1!"0. when he removed to tiiis city ti;
make his home with his son. He w.e
a member of Ceneseo lodge 1. O. O. )'
lor over half a century. The oni
surviving relatives aie a sister, M.s.
Plicleina Remington of Spokane, Was'i.
and his son Edward K Godfrey (,
BOY IS DROWNED
Rudoloh Voss, Aged 11, Goes
Beyond His Depth While
Bathing in the River.
CARRIED UNDER THE BARGEb
Effort of George Winters, a Lad of the
Same Age, to Rescue Him,
While bathing with three other boys
of his own age, in the river at the foot
of Seventeenth street this afternoon at
2 o'clock, Rudolph Voss, aged 11, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, 5U9 Twenty-second
street, was drowned, and
went down beneath the water bet wee i
two sand barges,
beyond his depth,
mates saw him
they atU muted to
The boy went on,
and win 11 his pla -makiiig
save mm, hut in vain.
Frederick E. Krell.
Frederick E. Krell, a life long re
dent of this citv. died this afternoon
1:H, at the home of his father 1). i"
Krell, 513 Eleventh stieel. death fol
lowing a long illness with tiiberculos: .
He had btcn bedfast for the last four
we Us. He was taken to the tent col
ony at Ottawa. 111. but returned lai
Sunday, there being no hope of his r
covcry. He was born in this city AptY
29, IMS ami lived here all his life
I'n vious to his illness, he was employ
ed as agent for the Red Star Yea -i
company. He was a member of th
Sylvan Court of the Court of Home.
He is survived by his wife ami on.'
daughter Blanche, his father, D. F.
Krell iind his brother, Carl, all of th:
city. Clarence Wingmuth.
Word was received yesterday after
noon of the death of Clarence Wing
muth, the 7-ycar-ohl son of .Mr. and
Mr.-.. Hugo Wingmuth of this city, at
lies Moines, Iowa, where he and lib
mother wile visiting friends. The lit
tie fellow was playing with a bow an I
arrow made of an umbrella rib a tew
days ago, ami in some way scrat he l
itis iiand. liloo i poisoning set ill and
resulted in death. The remains will lr.
brought to this city for burial. He Is
survived by his parents and several
brothers and sis' its.
George Winters. 11 years old. w
m an si to tin; hoy, and tried to reae l
iim, but could not get hold of tin.
drowning lad. The boy passed ipiicl.ly
out of sight, before the boys eoul.i
llnil.v I ml it lliirKi-x.
The boy's holy was cairii
the two sand barges bv tin
1 he hov s ci les iU:ekly attraeted a
crowd ot linn to tin- river trout, an 1
an iffoit was prompilv made to re
cover the body. The search was un
successful up to a late hour this attc"
The four boss in the party with th
ietim ot the accident, were his com l
Albert Voss, Ci urge Winters, and
(beige Francis, all under 12 years o
l:i.v I '.ml lliilliinu.
I lie accident will probably result in
orders prohibiting lads of that ag
trom bathing on the river I rout. Scores
of t hem have been in the habit ;
swimming about the bargis on th
river front every day.
The victim of this afternoon's ae.-
dent was born in this city and was !l
years of age. For the last four year
lie has been ' attending the I.ineol
school. He is survived by bis: parent -
Mr. and Mrs. .John Voss. seven brot i
crs,v.John. Cordt. and Mose of Roc!
Island and Otto. Ernest, William, am
Henry of Davenport and two sister
Ida of this city ami Miss Holen Vos
NAVAL RESERVES TO
Preparation to be Made Tonight
Departure for Annual Cruise
on Lake Michigan.
Ail of the Naval Reserves who
ttud to go with the local division
thp annual cruise on lake Miehijj
"will report this evening at the armory,
and at that time they will be giv;. i
their blue and white suits and equip
ment for inarching order tomorrow
evening, when they will depart for
Chicago. They will also be given th.
station .billets assigning them to then
respective places on board ship. Lieu
tenant F. L. Tuhbs is out of the city
but will return this evening. It is ex
pected that there will be about SO men
in line, including the officers, whea
the niaich is made to the depot tomor
row evening. Arrangements were niai'e
with Colonel Blunt this morning fir
the nun who are employed at the ar
senal to h ave their work tomorrow i;i
time to uet ready to go. Captain I'ur-
dy, in command of the Illinois Navai
fears rl 7 tr lu
When you buy a watch of us,
you get quality, and the best
watch is, in the long run, the
least costly. This does not mean
that we don't sell low priced
watches. We do. But wc don't
sell any watch that is not good.
We stand for quality and reason
If you have doubts, ask our pa
trons, or try us today.
Funeral services over the remain.-, ot
Miss Margaret Kennedy, who w u
drowued Tuesday afternoon in Ro-i.
river, was In Id this afternoon at 2:3u
from th.. home ot her parents. Mr. an 1
Mrs. William Kennedy, 717 Twint'
ninth street. Tiie st r ices were con
ducted by Rev. W. S. Marrpiis. past, r
of the Broadway Presbyterian church,
of which Miss Kenncdv was a mi in
her. A quartet composed of Miss Ha.'
i i. t ('robber. Miss Rosahcllc Stewat".
I. A. .Johnson and Dr. A. 11. MeCatt i
less rendered the selections. "I Slia.l
Meet Him Face to Face"' and "Sonn -time
WVIl Fnderstand." The hum
ers of the high school graduating
lass of which Miss Kennedy was a
member, til! attended the services in a
body. The Gitchi e (Juinmce club boy...
with whom she and a party ot her gin
friends wire camping at the time :f
ic accident, also attended in a bod
Itoth boilies followed the casket to
tile grave at Chippiannock cemeti r.
where short services were hi Id. Th
pall hearers, at, members ot the cia-;
of 1 lb. were Herbert Keck. O'o,
.lalius. Frank Young, William Bai'L'.i
Roy Hansen and Stewart Marquis.
Funeral services ovi r the remains
f Mrs. Charles Exner will be held or
morrow attenioea at 2 o clock lroei
the St. Mai v's church. The sir vices wKl
be conducted by Fat her A. (lever, pas
tor of the church. The family room .ts
that no (lowers be sent. Burial will
take place at Calvary cemetery.
Funeral services over the remains
of Charles R. Ritze, who committed
suicide yesterday were held this ati
iiiioii at 1 o'clock from the home,
217 Fourth avenue. Burial took placj
at Chippiannock cemetery.
were played .luring the evening, with
the prizes going: to Mrs. Nold and
Charles Stevens, first; Mrs. Lou
is Englin of Orion and J. Sim
mulls, second; Mrs. Hampton
and Charles Laltig, consolation. The
louse was prettily decorated in roses
mil ferns, and after Uie games a four-
course luncheon was served.
Tremann-Erickson. Yesterday after
noon at 1 o clock took place the mar
riage of Miss Selma Eleanor Ericksoi.
daughter of Mrs. Christine Erickson.
ll;:r, Fifth avenue, Moline, to Edwarl
Maul Tremann. The ceremony wa .
perlormed by Rev. V . S. Marquis pas
tor of Broadway Presbyterian church.
I'he wedding was a very quiet affair.
I'he bride is a talented young woman
he is a graduate of the Moline hig.i
chool and of the business departmeu:
f Aiigusiana college. The groom
the youngest son of the late Mr. an I
Mrs. Henry Tremann and is a mem
her of the lirm of II. Tremman's Sons'.
Mr. ami Mrs. Tremann left last even-
ng for an eastern trip and upon thei-
return will be at home to their friend-.
at I7el1,i Third avenue.
Surprised on Wedding Anniversary.
Twenty-live ladies surprised Mrs-
Charles Oberg at her home, 22X Ninth
street, yesterday afternoon, the occa
ion being the 2'.uh anniversary of hei
mari iagi'. I lie ladies drought with
them a bounteous lunch and presented
Mrs. Oberg with a havilaml china din
tier set. a iiclightiui alternoon was
passed in general sociability.
Wendel-Eldred. East evening at th
parsonage ot the Itrst Methodi-:
B. Williams officiate I
TIED UP THE LINE Double Stamps
i ii n ".
. . "i"'-"- i-""" "ih
church Rev. R.
at the marriage of
of this citv to H.
conductor and he
Miss Eunice Ehl'-i
Mr. Wendel is
and his bride w
East Mol'me Authorities Stop
Tracks for Two Hours.
WANTED WORD FROMOFFICERb
Seeming Misunderstanding in Relatio-i
to Franchise Negotiations
Cause of T-ouble.
make their home at Maquokcta.
G. D. Y. Cinch Club. The C. D. Y.
Cinch club ni! t yesterday alternoon at
the home of Mrs. Sieiiiseii. The lir-t
prize f1 II to Mrs. .1. Furlong, second To
.Mrs. 11. Davis, consolation to Mrs. M
Tin us and boobv to Mrs. Thomas Cox
Will he Married Sunday. The
riage of Miss Edna Haire of this
to Albert Elli-oii of Moline will
place next Sunday.
RINGLING BROS.' COME SOON
FOR A NAMESAKE
Consul Ekman Just Before His
Death Made Bequest of 5,000
Kronen to Andreen Baby.
AUGUSTANA PRESIDENT'S SON
Boy Was Named Carl Oscar for Swed
ish Philanthropist After His
Gift to College.
a year e
that in the
1 yesterday !
will of Coiise.i
Id. was remembered with a be
r.,bi'i kronen. When the drafts
iniotmt left by Consul Ekman
-tana college were received, an
additional one for the r.b" kronen was
included. President and Mrs. Andreen
supposed that the amount was for some
individual .college fund, and though!
nothing of the matter, until yesti rday,
when in the letters received in explan
ation (if (lie college bequest, it was
stated that the ."i,"U kronen, amounting
to something over fl.beii. was for Dr.
mil Mrs. And'.een's little son.
iiiiii-i1 fur tin- CoiiniiI.
file child was bom shortly after Con
sul Ekman find made a large gift to
the college after Dr. Andreen's visit in
Sweden. Thus it came about that the
Andreen baby was named Carl Oscar
for the Swedish benefactor for the col-
ege. Learning of this, just before his
death he provided for a bequest tor his
namesake, the son of the executive of
le institution in which he took such
When the boy arrives at his majorily
tne gut will have grown to more than
able its present amount.
Fined Three and Costs.
Henry Case was fined '' and cost
by Justice Johnson yesterday after
noon on a charge of assault and bat
tery, prcfered against him by Mr
Huhla Ci dcrqiiist, who claimed tha
the defendant struck her on the arm
with a shovel, when she told hun to
stop grading the boulevard in front of
(Society news, written ur telephoned
to tin- society editor ur The Argus, will
lie ghidly received iind published. Hut
in either rase the identity of the sender
must be rimde known, to insure rclbi
hility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.!
Performance This Year Crowning
Triumph of Their Career.
Kingliiig Brothers' world's greatest
ciieus will exhibit in Uock Island, e. :
Tuesday, July 1 " and no announcement
could be ma le that would giv nioie
plea:. ure to the lovtis of wholesome
It is not necessary to speak of the
size of this great circiis as it is well
understood that it is the biggest enter
prise of i lie kind that dues or ever did
exist. In the quality of its features it
has always set the pare that no others
(an follow, and this year it has organ
ied a company of the world's best ta'
( lit, such as has never before be. n
brought togetln r. Jt is not a strain of
the imagination to say that theie a:e
on exhibition more sensational acts
and more European novelties tha'i
have btcn seen in America in anv
twenty years of the past.
Among the specialties of foreign
otigin, seen for the litst time in Am
erica, are: Kiccobono's "Good Xigh;"'
horse and family, an animal to which
the reasoning powers of the human in
tclli.gi nee may be credited; the Mire
(bdoin troitp of Persian acrobats; tie;
Patty brothers, who walk and jump ;;:t
their heads; the De Kocks and their
wonderful dog acrobat, which stands
on its hind feet and balances a ma1;
on its head; the Maniello-Marniie
quartet, who do a wonderful acrobat i-'
turn, and by nnans of hells strappel
to their legs and arms, play operatic
selections while turning somersaults.
or doing twisters ironi snounier to
shoulder; the ltorscnis in an acrobat;,;
net done whih' balancing on rolling
globes; the Hollawys, who do acts in
a light wire that ate difficult to per
form on a stage; the Toreodors with
clown bull light act that has made ail
Europe laugh; Alvarez, a wonderful
acrobatic balancer; the world's bes
woman bare-back rider, Daisy Hod
gini; the Legard troitp of acrobat;,
and ridiculous Maruo, the clown gym
nast. Other great performers with the cir
cus are the five Bedims and their ciev
cr dog, all of whom jump simultaneous
ly to the back of a single horse; the
Clarkonians, the two greatest trapeze
performers that ever lived; the eight
llclfords in an entirely new acrobath
act; the Kaufmann family of twelv.
bicycle and unicycle riders; Mar
riieritf ami Han ey in a novelty ol
wonderful attractiveness, and the Jor
dan family in a trapeze act that fairl
Jills the dome of the arena with 11:
Police officers of East Moline yeste -
day tied up the Moline-Watertown line
for about two hours, owing to the die
ticullies between the officials of the
city and the street car company. Fit
some time negotiations have been o
between the company and East Moli ie
for a franchise for an interurban lia '
to terminate, in Hock Island. Th
company was asked to present a prop.
sit ion Tuesday evening, but explained
that it would be unable to do so tint i
Wednesday. Oflicers of the coinpa i..
were on their way to East Molin
when the line was tied up at 2:;ju.
Illiiiki-il llu- Truck.
Marshal Theodore Anderson si;
tinned himself at the western limi's ot
the city, while three otner olucers
went to aruer s crossing. hen a
car appeared. Marshal Anderson
dered u to stop, and planted him.-e.t
on the track in a reclining position
After some lime lie Kot up and start.',
away, and the traiium n started th.
car at full speed. The marshahl, how
ever, boarded the car, and jerked tie
trolley pole off the wire, stopping th
car. At the eastern limits the thr".
men boarded the car. and when tie
trammin tried to run the car throu; i
in spite of the police, they were halte 1
tit the police' station, and placed mid
arrest. Superintendent dullv was on
the car. and when the officers left th.
car he started it himself. He too wa
taken in charge by the officers.
Manager liUrilucr A efiri.
.Marshal Anderson Hail been givi
instructions to allow a car beat in
Manager Uardner ot the system ii
pass, and it was but a short time he-
tore .Mr. l.ardiicr appeari d. lie m
the authorities, and explained to ilie.it
the situation, and in a short time th
traffic was restimi d. The ililhctil:
seemed to be smoothed out by M
larducr's preposition in relation to tic
franchise question, ami at a nieetin
last evening of the committee of th
whole, the council decided to aeccp
the proposition of the company. Thi
will he presented formally at the next
regular meeting. Monday evening.
Friday and Saturday
Young & McCombs
Rock Island, Illinois.
DUBUQUE TO BEGIN
THE SHORT TRIPS
Makes First Run From St. Louis
Rock Island Next Week Sidney
to be Displaced.
The steamer Dubuque will com
mence its weekly trips lrom tt. I.ouis
to Bock Island next week, leaving b .
Louis July ' and arriving here at 11
o'clock July 1 and rettti ning to S'.
lotiis at 11:15 the same afternoon. The
steamer bidney goes north hunday and
on its wav south July ;J changes wi'ii
the steamer Qiiincy at Dubuque, an 1
will then be retired tor the presen;.
The Quiuty will arrive here July 4 -u
! o'clock a. m. on the wav to St. Loii'm.
I'he steamer St. Paul will arrive Sun
day morning going south.
The A. J. Whitney was down ami
the Buth passed north and south. The
Columbia came up from Burlington.
The stage of water was .2.j and sta-
t lonai v.
X.'iri 7.10; cows and heifers.
5: stocki i s and feeders, 2.9u'ii
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed steady and moo
active. Light, 5.S59f ti.1l'; mixed an I
butchers 5.suti ti.ln; good heavy 5.titt 5)
(i.uti; rough heavy, fi.tiiKi 5.sn.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed weak.
New York SiocKa.
New York, June "7. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
F. P. K'm-;. V. S. Steel preferred 99,
F. S. Steel common 344. Beading
li'Hi. Bock Island preferred 45. Rock
Island common Southern Pacific
7:i'h. N Y. Central Missouri Pa
cific 7.V-.,. L. & X. 115, Smelters 119-74,
C. F. I. ::iTx. Canadian Pacific 171 1.
Illinois Central 1 in. Pinna 121, Eri-
Chicago, June 27. Following are
niarKet quotations today:
July, 92' s, 97, 91 95"-,.
September, 95' ,, lb", 917;, 99.
December, 97r'S, P ::, !7, I'll-":
July, ."27k, 5:'.r
December, 51 1
EARS NEARLY OFF
Charles Vaneste Peculiarly
jured in Encounter With
::7' ,. ;a;
is, ;;j, 7::4,
September, lti.25. Ki.-lu,
July, S.Mi, S.S7. S.77. S.S7.
September, p.nu, P.u7, 9.hh,
July, S.55. S.f.2. S.55, S.C2.
September. S.S", S.S5, S.
C. & (). B. K. T. 5514. B. &
(). 95"i. Atchison 9''i. Locomotive
s',i. Sugar 121, St. Paul 12S-4, Cop
per n.jv, Republic Steel preierred f2,
oulhern By. 19's.
i. .j i
QUARRELED NEAR A SALOON
Horse Drops Dead.
A horse belonging to Charles Jones
of Kdgington dropped dead yesterday
at one of the local livery stables. Mr.
Jones was not aware that the animal
was sick when he drove to town in th;
morning. The animal was a first class
driving horse, and valued at $200.
It goes to the root of disease, invig
orates, strengthens, exhilerates. Us
lifeprodticing properties are not con
tained in any other known remedy.
Hollister's Rocky Mounain Tea. Tea
or Tablets, 35 cents. Harper house
Post Club Entertained. The
Post club was entertained yesterdav
afternoon at Ftjervary park, Davei
port, with Mrs. C. J. Thoeming as th-3
hostess. In the card games Mrs. I!.
Schroeder took first prize, Mrs. Y.
Trefz second prize and Mrs. Cool thi.-l
prize. The club will be entertained
July iu at rejervary pane Dy Mrs.
George Schaffer of Moline.
Celebrate Silver Wedding. Mr. and
Mrs. Josepn Orotegut last evening at
their home, 1120 Fifteenth street, cele
brated the 25th anniversary of their
marriage. There were about fifty guests
present, and Will Maucker, in behalf
of the company, presented Mr. and
Mrs. Grotegut with a silver set. Cards
ARSENAL SHOPS TO CLOSE
Annual Two Weeks' Shutdown Begins
The Rock Island arsenal shops will
close Saturday of this week for a peri
od of two weeks. All departments will
cease operations. This is the custom
arv summer shutdown, during which
time the shops are thoroughly cleaned
the machinery overhauled and repaired
and everything put in condition for th
resumption of activity.
All stomach troubles are quickly re
lieved bv taking a little Kodol aftt
each meal. Kodol goes directly to th
seat of trouble, strengthening the d
gpstive organs, digests what you ea
! Sold by all druggists.
Receipts today. Whea'. 19; coi
oats, 12S; hogs. lOuh; cattle,
sheep, 9,nt'ti. Hogs left over.
Man Who Wielded Knife is Under Ar
rest on Charge of Assault With
a Deadly Weapon.
As the result ol a miarrel on Ligliih
ttcet and fifth avenue last night
bout midnight, Charles Vaneste ha
wo ears nearly severed trom hi
head, and Alphonso Rambout. who did
the cut ting, is in jail awaiting prelin
marv Hearing tonigtu on a charge oi
issault with a deadly weapon.
I he two men had been drinking in
the saloon eu the corner stated, and it
seems that icamtiout lelt the place
first. It. is said that he stood outside
ind waited for Vaneste to appear, tin-,
when Vaneste came out. Rambout as
i;nrn rrl- Srvrml.
At any rate the two engaged in n:i
ncounter, and in the course of tin;
fracas Rambout wielded a large knife.
ishing both of Yaneste's ears so that
thev were nearly torn from his hea..
Vaneste swore out a state warrant
against Rambout, who was at once
aken in custody by the police.
Hog market opened strong to V
gher. Light, a.saff 1;.15; mixed an I
.butchers, 5.Sitfi i.1U; good heavy 5.iih'
C.hu; rough heavy. TX"'1 5. SO.
Cattle inaikel op. tied firm. Sheen
market opened steadv.
Omaha. Hogs n;,,".tO; cattle, 2.hiiu.
Kansas City. Hogs, ll,uim; cattle.
l"n ion Stock yards. S;4u a. ni.: Hog
market shade higher. Light, 5.Wr
1.12: mixed and butchers. ."i.Mi'Si t;.pi;
good heavy, a.ii'KMi.iiu; rough heavy.
Cattle market opened steady.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, June 27. Following are
the wholesale quotations iu today's mar.
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring thickens $3.50
i $-1.0(1 dozen; hens, per lb., 10c to 11c;
ducks, per pound, 9 to 10c; turkeys, per
pound, 14c to 15c; geese, per pound,
9 to loc.
Butter Dairy, ISc to 20c.
Lard 10c to 11c.
Eggs Fresh, 15c.
Vegetables Potatoes, old COc to COc;
Hogs Mixed, $5.50 to $0.00.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
$5.75; lambs, $4.50 to $0.75.
Cattle Steers, $3.50 to $5.00; cows
and heifers, $2 to $4.00; calves, $4.50 to
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 50c to 57c; oats 44c.
Forage Timothy hay, $12 to 14;
prairie, $10 to $13; clover, mixed, $10
to $12: straw. $7.5i to $S.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 to 14c; slack,
per bushel. 7 to Sc.
Wood Hard, per load, $5 to $5 50.
The Mag.c No. 3.
Number three is a wonderful mascot
for Geo. II. Parrirf, of Cedar Grove.
Me., according to a letter which reads:
"After suffering much with diver and
kidney trouble, and becoming greatly
discouraged by the failure to find re
lief. I tried Electric Bitters, and as a
resnlt I am a well man today. Tho
first bottle relieved and three bottles
completed the cure." Guaranteed best
remedy for stomach, liver and kidnoy
troubles, by Y. T. Hartz, druggist, 301
Twentieth street; 50 cents.
TO WIND UP
June month wc will give our cus
tomers Double Stamps in all De
partments. Young & McCombs,
Judge E. C. Graves ami
Gcneseo are at the Harper.
Hon. E. NY. Hurst has returned from
a ten uays trip 10 tne nauotas.
Mrs. Henry Kramer is out of tho
city for a couple of weeks visiting
Y. T. Hartz left yesterday to attend
the annual convention of the Illinon
Druggists' association at Galesbu
Joe Had a Ride.
Our esteemed fellow citizen, Joseph
M. Rosenfield, enjoyed a very pleasant
ride yesterday noon in one of Aider
man Flick's hacks. (Chicago paper,
If you would enjoy tomorrow, take
Chamberlains' Stomach and Liver Tab
lets tonight. They produce an agree
able, laxative effect, clear the head and
cleanse the stomach. Price, 25 cents.
Samples free at all druggists.
"What kind of a disposition has our
"None nt all only an indisposition.'
Money Brought to
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We will loan it to you on fur
niture, pianos, teams, or any
chattel security without removal.
We will make the payments eith
er weekly or monthly.
$1.2o is the weekly payment on
a $5() loan for 50 weeks. Other
amounts in same proportion.
Mail or phone applications re
ceive prompt attention. Strictly
If you need money, fill out tho
following blank and send this ad
to us. Our agent will call on you.
We loan' in all surrounding
..'owns and country.
Tri-City Loan Co.
Old Phone N. 2125.
Brady St., Davenport, la.
Open Wednesday and Saturday