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: ,THE AltGUS. hATUUlJAY. Al'ltlL 11, I'M. . . .. - - .. 9
SHE FOLLOWED FLEET TO FRISCO 1 1
In Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings,
At Prices That Are Sure To
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Midshipman B. R. Ware of Cruiser. Washington and Miss Nannie Morris,
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TRANSFER IS TO ,
REMAIN AT SILVIS
Rock Island Officials Decide Advan
tages of More Central Location
Would Not Balance Cost.
The project of moving the transfer
station of the Rock Island now located
pt Silvis. to Davenport, has been un
der consideration for about two weeks
and the authorities have at length
decided to continue handling the busi
ness at Silvis. The expense of mov
ing the station, it was thought, would
uo be met by the increased economy
resulting from the more central loca
tion in Davenport. There have been
some difficulties met under the pres
ent arrangement, and the idea was to
remove these by changing the location
of the transfer.
ITo Levvistown, Mont., Via Chicago
Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
Arrangements are being 'made for
special tourist car to run through
from Davenport to Lewistown. Mont..
Tuesday, . April 21. Parties desiring
accommodation in this car should
nirJve reservations on or before Friday,
April 17. This will be a splendid op
port unity to- visit the new territory
along the Pacific coast extension of
the Milwaukee lines and see the fine
farming lands in the famous Judith
Basin. For-Jull-partleularaj.- w-rit& or
call, ' P. L. Hinrichs, Commercial
Agent, CC3 Brady s rcet, Daveuport,
ANY AMOUNT ANYTIME
FURNITURE " PIANOS
HORSES - WAGONS
WHEN TO BORROW MONEY
)OWE THE LANDLORD
OWE THE GROCER
OWE THE BUTCHER
OWE 'THE DOCTOR
or if you owe another loan com
pany, or; other small bills, get
money from us and pay them
all and have only one place to
pay. . " ' -
It will pay 'you to deal with a
reliable company, whose repu
tation and Vair dealings are un
excelled. Our plans have proved
to be ths best, cheapest and
most private, and our customers
are glad to come again.
IF YOU NEED MONEY
Call, Write or Phone
PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK
BLDG.. ROOM 11.
8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
WEDNESDAY .AND SATUR
Tho regular annual meeting of tht
stockholders of the Rock Island Say
ir.gs bank for the election of. nine di
rectors for one year will be held at
the office of said bank, in Rock Island
Monday, April 13, 190S. Tolls will bt
open at 10 a. m., and closed at Yi noon
of Eaid day.
,t P. GREENAWALT. Cashier,
f - Island, April 2,. 1908.
Chicago, April 11. Following are
the market quotations .today:
May, 91, 9:i'4, 91, 92y8.
July, 85, 80',, 8514, 85.
September, S3, 84, 83'4, 83.
May.' 07, C8, G7i, 67. '
July, Gl, C4. C4, 64.
September, 63, C3, 63, C3.
May, 53i, 53, 53'4. 53.
July, 45, 40'4, 45, 4G.
September,' 37, 38, 37, 38.
May, 13.42, 13.47, 13.40, 13.42.
July, 13.70, 13.80, 13.70, 13.75.
September, 14.00, 14.10, 14.00, 11.05.
May, 8.40, 8.42, 8.37, 8.37. .-;
July, 8.60, 8.C2, 8.C0, 8.G0.
September, 8.80. 8.80, 8.77v 8.77. .
7.20, 7.25, 7.20, 7.20. -
July, 7.47, 7.50, 7.45, 7.45.
September, 7.70, 7.75, 7.70, 7.70.
Receipts today: Wheat . 9; corn,
110; oats, 109; hogs, 7,000; cattle,
400; sheep. 1,000.
Estimated receipt Monday: Hogs,
Hog market opened strong "to 5
rents higher. Hogs left over, 4,500.
Light. ?5.706.15; mixed and butch
ers, . $5.70 6.20; -good heavy. fS.GOQ)
o.lo; rough heavy, $5.CO5.80.
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha: Hogs, 5.0OO; cattle, 100.
Kansas City: Hogs, 4,000; cattle,
500. , 1 '
' Hog market closed active" ahd 5
cents higher. . Light. S5.70O6.20: eoad
heavy. $5.606.20; mixed and'butch-'
ers. $5.706.25: roueh heavv. S5.C0Si)
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Cattle market closed steady. Beeves.
S1G07.25; cows and heifers, S2.15
G.25; stockers and feeders,' S355.25.
Sheep market closed steady. '
Northwestern receipts: . - . ,
Minneapolis: Today, 133; last week,
202; last year,. 287.,: Duluta: Today,
30; last weeks 40; last year, 163.
Remember we renovate
$Iattresses and make them
as good as new. ! ' ;
Our showing of everything that is new and desirable in Furniture,
Carpets, Mattings; Rugs and Stoves has never been so complete.
,The bast markets have been scoured, the most . reliable manufactu
rers patronized. We.have been able to take advantage of trade condi
tions, which in a'numberjf cases enabled us to buy considerably
.below the market value. This in turn gives us an advantage over a
Strong Wire Rug Beaters,
great many other houses not so fortunately situated and allows us to sell at prices unapproachable by the'average ..retail concern. We in
vite you to visit our store and view this handsome assortment of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Stoves and"we are sure that after you have
made comparisons that we will get your business.
Would You Buy a Refrigerator or Porch Furniture Now if You Were
Sure You Could Save Twenty-five Per Cent Over Next Month's Prices?
We have bought a carload of Refrigerators at a "squeeze", price, also a large line of all kinds of Porch Furniture, which will be sold at a
reduction of 25. These Refrigerators and the. Porch Furniture are brand new patterns, every one guaranteed to be absolutely perfect
and on a par with the highest class goods on the market. These concerns needed money and we "grabbed" at the opportunity to give the
public a good thing: .
This Extra Large White
The Caloric Fireless
Doe the work of . an ordinary stove
and caves your lud bills and better
IT SAVTES 80 PFH CENT OF TOUR
('aye.Noney on Carpets, Mattings.
Linoleums and Koom Rugs
Note the Extraordinary Values We Offer This Week:
The very best Double Extra Su
per AH Wool Carpet; our rce
ular' 75c and 85c C7l
values, now -Oil
Extra Heavy All Wool Carpets,
wliloli moj-t dealers sell
for their best, now UOL
T1m very best AH Wool
Filled Carpet, now .
Vrry Heavy Half Wool Carpet,
bent grade made,
The very best All v Wool Art
Squares made, i M PA
6, at 04.07
The very Best All Wool
The very best All
It does all kinds of Cooking, Boned
and Roasted Meats, Poultry, uanie.
Sauces. Fish. Soup, vegetables. Cer
eals, Fruits, Pudding and the like.
Every one of these Fireless Cookers
are guaranteed. If not satisfactory
they can oc returneu aner xen uajs
Trial and money refunded.
THE CALORIC COOKEK is made In
three sizes, Cabinet holding one ves
sel, $5.50 ;v two vessels, siu.vu. ana
three vessels, si5.uu. -itiene are net
1 1 (km1 qualiiy of. Half
1 1. Wool CtrjM't. now ..
A large line of Tapestry Iturs.
pretty patterns, J 12 48
Velvet Brussels Carpet,
Wilton Velvet Brussels, QKo
pretty patterns UO
Fine Tapestry Carpets, nlee
line of patterns, Q'fo
now .". . OLv
Bugs, good grade,,
Large line of fine Axminster
Body Binifls Bugs,
line of patterns,
Pretty patterns in Wilton Vel
vet Bugs 9x12; these fQ AA
are very heavy -0VU
Linoleums, all grades and pret
ty patterns from 7A
49c to lUC
Best makes of Axminster, the
kind you buy regular at $1.25
to $1.50, no vi f A
KScto - 4l(U
A line line of ReversibleHtigH.
pretty patterns, - ' CO 00
Bugs, very handsome CIA Aft
Pretty patterns of Oil
Cloth, per yard
A large variety of Mattings, very
Good Window Shades, six feet
long, mounted on a 0E
good spring roller, now ...uC
This Refrigerator Is perfect in con
struction and materials. There Is
positively nothing cheap about It
but the price. It will cut jour ice
bill in two, is easily cleaned, doors
are air-tight and as good as any
Refrigerator you - can buy else
where for double tho money.
This fine, large, extra
heavy Flat Bottom
Granite Tea Kettle, No.
80. while ft Qp
they last .'t tJL
Here Is a very fine large
Heavy Granite Dish- Pan;
14 quart size; just like
cut; while they 1
Our Special "Rest Easy" Sanitary Elastic
relt Mattress .
Odorless,, perfectly --i.'Jf STiS
felt, as snown in luusimuu.., . ----" nlh tieklne.r
needs making over: ' verea w V"it f 1 OC
made m one or two piecra; cquai w
mattress; tins eaie
Would You Rather Work
Apparently you would If you persist
in "getting along" without a kitchen
cabinet. It would cut your kitchen
work in two and save enough house
. money in the first year to pay for it
self. You can easily afford one from
$4.85 to $30.00
Spring Goods Are Arriving
Daily and We Must Have
Every article in . this store is now
m:ii;ked at a SPECIAL BEICCEI
PB1CE in order to reduce our present
. stock. We urge you to take advan
tage now of tlds opportunity to re
furnish your home at - nearly half
regular prices. "
You Will Enjoy and
Your Baby Will Enjoy
a Ful ton Folding Go-Cart because it saves work for mother and
affords healtttol amusement lor baby. INO home witn smell
children is complete without it. Yon can tak? it wherever
yon go, without the slightest inconvenience. ' It fits an ordinary
suit case and is easily folded -with one hand to space ot 27 ins. .
long, la ins. wide and ins. nign (see illustration below;.
Don't think of buying a go-cart without first
investigating the -
Made for discriminating parents
who want their children to
have the best. It l3"the only
Go-Can in which baby can .'
recline in a perfectly comfort-
j Cart equipped with patented coil1
spring vrnicn aosoros an. jar.
The Fulton Folding Qo-Cart is the strongest, lightest weight, most
comfortable and convenient cart on the market. It will out-last any
other go-c?rt made. It has rust-proof rubber tired wheels, leather body,
back and seat with folding pouch on foot board. :
Insist on getting d Fulton don't take a substitute.
Come in and see the Fulton Folding Go-Cart. Examine, it carefully and you will
readily sec why this go-cart is tho "world's standard." Can't you drop in today?
A Large Line
Without Hood $7.75
A Folding o-Cart, just like
cut, wit!: reclining back
Without reclining back ......
Tlie largest assortment we have ever
had. We are showing 5 or 6 different
manufacturer's makes, in chairs, rock
ers, rattan couches and settees. .
Kemeinber, we pack, Mil p
and preiiay freight to any
station within one hun
dred miles, from the Tri
Citles. and guarantee safe
delivery of all goods.
EBiiKUil" . 1 ' ... ,
109-111 East Second Street
This large, comfortable Rocker, cctly like
cut ............... .... . ..... . . . . . $1.75
wa iiaro lust receiyed a
new shipment, of the
' McCougall Prices
$16.00 to $28.00
April 11. Clearing
house average reserve, 28.53.- f r
- Reserve increased $2,575,375. T "
1 Less U.i S. increased $293,375.
Loan8 increased $7,033,100."-
Specie increased $5,218,400.' .f" t - ; ' '
'Legals increased $248,600.
' Deposits increased $11,566,500.
t Circulation decreased $674,400.- "'
" , V New York Stocks. ; .
Z New York, April .11. Following are
the quotations on the stock market to-
day: , . ' .
t Gas"' 89',-U. P. ; 127;- U. S. Steel
preferred! 98 Vi-. V.', S.Sfeel. .comnlon
33? Reading 105,' Rock IsliKfpre
f erred. '28. Rock Island common 1?.
Southern : Pacific. 73 ViNT'l Y:', -Central
98, Missouri Pacifici 44?4, : N.
101, Smelters 69. C. F." 1 23, Can
adian Pacific 1533i; Penna 117, Erie
17, R R. T. 47. B: & O. 84, Atch
ison 7C1,.' Loccmotire 43, Sugar 125,
St-'Paul 118, Copper. 58, RepubUc
Steel preferred 68. ':
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u" LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
' . Stock,, Feed and Fuel.
5 Rock- 'Island, "April 11. Following
are the' who.sale prices in the local
market today: -t '
; - Provisions and Produce.
; Eggs Frcsji, 12e to 13c..
, Live Poultry Spring chickens, 10c
per pound;" hens, per" pound, 9; ducks,
per pound, 9c if - turkeys, per pound,
14c; geese, per pound. 9c. ;
Butter Dairy, 25c to 27c. : . . ' V
.Lard 10c; '" ' .: -' ' V ;"'.'.'-'.
. Vegetables Potatoes, 65c; ' onions,
$1.15. . . ' -: ' ' ' .
' Live Stock.
IIogR $3.50 to $5.90. ' . .
Sheep Yearlings or over, $100 to
$5.00; lambs, $4 50 to $6.75. .
CatUe Steers, $3.00 to $6.00; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $4.00; calves, $4.o0
to $5.50. t '
. . ' Feed and Fuel.
; Grain--Corn, 65c; oats, 50c to 53c.
Forage Timothy hay, " $11 to $13;
prairie, $8.00 "to $10.00; clover, $1.00
to $11.00"; straw,: $C.Q0' :- , . '
Coal I jimp, "per hnshel, 14c; slack;
per bushel 7c to Sc. :