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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MOXDAY. FEBRUARY fi. 1911.
Augustana College Knoll to Be
Used in Making- Fill for
STEAM SHOVEL IS AT WORK
-Construction of .Senator Ericons
Will Shows College Must I5aiw"
In a few days that projection of j day evening at the home of K. H. John
Zlon's hill, which lies directly back of J scn 3903 Sixteenth street,
the main Augustana college building; The Ladies Aid society will hold its
and which extends eat from the gym- j regular business meeting Friday after--nasium
to the boys' dormitory, will be i noon a' 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs
rio mor. Seven thousand yaids of'ju).,- Dindinger, P50
dirt is needed to fill in around the street.
library building and the heaving plant. i
A large szeam shovel -was brought 1
upon the promises Saturday evening 1
and work is now going on convert ing I
this hillock into ordinary dirt. j
There is oui:e a bit of sentiment
connected with this hi.lock. It hasj2:30 at the home of the Misses r.rna
wedged itself quite prominently into !
the suident life at Augus'ana. In for
mer times more than now it usd to be
th students" favorite studying place
especially when good. Miff cramming
was necessary for exams. In later
years it has found more ue as a battle
ground for the lower classes. Many
an exciting color rush or an auemp: 1
at class flag' raising has taken plate .
upon this hillock. l nles immediate
advantage is taken of 'he short life
this hillock has remaining the t wo
lower classes w
1 have to seek a new
knoll for the .scene of their 1
xt bat- 1
Ml T K.IK M.KK MORK.
!n order to realize the la'e Senator
Ericson's bequest of StO.'ioo to Augus
tana it will be necessaty to raise a
like amount within two years' time, ab
solutely independent, of any plan or
fund in the process of collection, so
construe the aitorneys. of the estate,
the will of t!ie late sena'or. The au
thorities of the college were in hopes
that the raiding of the jubilee fund
would at least partly, if not h"ily.
fulfill that condition. In an interview
this morning President Gus'av An
lrc c-n said that the mariner of rai?:r.;
this $46.'V0 would be decided by the
hf ard of directors of the college at th.'
next meeting, which will be held Feb
IS. Dr. Andteen was very rertaii: flint
this amount could be raised. The
same p'an as followed in the raising of
the jubilee fund will not be adhered
to. 'hat is. a hou.-e to house canva.-s of
the membeis of the synod. The sam
territoiy, however, will b ( -.,-ertd. bu
in a different manner.
(Ml Kltsi l I'I'OI 'I'M K.VI".
Ir. .1. A. t'dib n of Augustana col
lece has j:st reeojveil word tha: his
soil, Ai.ton Vddcn. has been appointed
assistant in the physical l;b)r-it'iy of
Chicago university. This entitles Mr.
For Aged People
Old Folks Should Be Careful
in Their Selection of Regu
We have a safe, dependable and '
Hogethor idenl r uiedy that is par-:51s Sixteenth street. j
ticularly adapted to the requirements: Prayer services will bo held Wed- ;
c-f aged p -opie and persmis of weak 'nesday at T::i0.
cenetiv.it io us who -oiff :- from consti- The Indies' Aid society will m"et ;
Iaion r other iio'v i disurieT-i. V .
are eo retain that it wiil re'ieve these :
complaints a;-d absolute satisfac
tion in every particular that wp offer
lt with our personal guarantee that it
Shall cst the user nothing if it fails
to substantiate our laims Tir.s rem
edy is called Hea!I Ordeilb s.
ReaU Orderlies have a soothing
hea'ing. strengthening, tontc and run
iF.tive action upin th bowels. They
remove all irritation, drnes. sore:icc3
tid weakness. They restore the bow
els ard associate organs to mnr v's
rtous and healthy activity. They are
-aten iii-e candy, n.ay be taken at auy
time without inconvenience, do not
cause any gripine. nausea, diarrhoea,
pxcespive lo-iscne&s, flatulence or other
fiigagreeable effect. Price C5c and liic.
Fold only at our store The Kexall
ftore. The T. II. Thomas Drug com
jiany. RLSTV STCVFS&
WON'T W ASH OFF
For sale by Alltn. M: era Co.. T- B
McCabe & Co.. Rock Inland Hardware
Company. Ill & Ehleb.
-.. -v- pA t 1- v-r-.
- ' It' J K -N IJ
TO AN Y EMPLOYED MAX OR WO-
MAN. NO 5KCl'R:rY NEEDED,
. YOFR PLAIN NOTE. TH T'S ALL.
CALL AND BE
OM hi.n Kt 11H7.
"e om O, MrKinnie Ilblg. Moline, m
ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS LIVE STOCK, ETC. A call
will convince you that our TERMS and RATES are
Reliable Loan Co.
1805V. Second Avenue, Old Phone 1008.
Udden to a scholarship in the depart-j
ment of phvBics of the university. Mr. j
Udden graduated from Augustana in
the class of '07. After his graduation :
from college he taught for a while in j M d Mrs Herbert W. Gates
the scientific department of Lpsala
college. Kenilwortb, N. J. Last year! KiSS and Make Up XII PO
he had charge of the scientific depart-j lice Court.
j ment of Rock Island high school. Dur
jir.g his father's absence in Texas last
! fall he acted in his capacity at the
j college, teaching all of Dr. Udden's
WEEK IN CITY CHURCHES
(Continued from Page Seren.)
held Wednesday evening at 7:"".
TVi cnniia! hntinpsa moerin? and
election of officers of the Harriet Hen-!
: derson Bible class will be held Thurs
xh. J-;-' 'herhood banquet will be
held -";.- .eninz at 6:30. States'mto each others arms, kissed, and ne-
Attorney John A. Way man of Chicago
will be the speaker.
The King's Heralds will hold their
regular meeting Saturday afternoon at
and Edna Curry. 1020 Twenty-third
Revival services will be in next Sun-.
Spencer Memorial. There will be a
meeting of the official board this eve-
ning at .:3n.
The Bible Study class will meet to-
morrow evening at 7:. "f.
me womau.-, mnn
ciety will hold its monthly meeting
1 n.y aierin..i -m...
;ioer, u., r on vuu Miff..
I'rayer series win ne neia 1 mir.v ,
The choir will
n"et for rehearsal
First Baptist. Revival services will
continue through this week, being held
scb evening" except Saturday at 7:"".
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
Friday afternoon in the church par
lors. Edgewood Baptist. Prayer services
will be held Thursday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Y.llru r,
C'7 Twelfth street.
The Indies' Aid society will meet
Friday afternoon with Mrs. A. S. Ick
liart, H'S Fifth avenue, Moline.
Second Christian Mission. The Lad
ies' Aid society will meet Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. Holtz. 5"n Twelfth
Third Christian Mission. The
monthly coffee will be held Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. Case, HU Forty
The Lovat Lauehters will hold a spe
cial meeting Fridav evening with Miss
Kunice Soady. Thirty-eighth street
and Eighteenth avenue
Pians will he
;nade for an entertainment to be heid
There will be a reception tomorrow
evening at the -haiel.
Memorial Christian. The monthly
meeting of the Philathea class will
be held this evening with Miss Pierce,
:'.'. Twenty-third street.
The P.usv Workers' class will hold -
is inonthlv coffee tomorrow afternoon
- o'clock with Mrs. E. M. Wright,
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with ;
Mrs. A. W. Tanner. 12"? Fourth uve -
The choir will meet Thursday eve-
ning for rehearsal. i
The teachers and teachers' training the. cure for prostitution.
Ias will nietM Fridav evening. ' Two Can a man be a true Christian
The monthly meeting of the auxil- tinder the present system?
in :-y f the C. W. Jt. M. will be held' Three What is the cause of the ter
Fiiday evening at the parsonage. Sit" rible discontent which prevails among
Fifteenth street. 1 working people in this country?
Tortured for 15 Years
by a cure-defying stomach trouble
that baffled doctors and resisted all
remedies he tried. John W. Modders
of Moddersville, Mich., seemed doom
ed. He had to sell his farm and give
up work. His neighbors said "He
can't live much longer." "Whatever;
I ate distressed me," he wrote, "till j
I tried Electric Bitters, which work- j
ed such wonders for uie that I can f
now eat things I could not take for
years. It's surely a grand remedy for ,
tomach trouble." Just as good for,
the liver and kidneys.
guaranteed. Only 50
cents at all
! Rheumatism Cured in Three Days.
N. B. Lang'ey. Madison, Wis.
says: "I was almost helpless with
rheumatism for about five months.
Had it In my nec k so I could not i
turn my head and all through my J
body. I tried three doctors and j
' Diany remedies without any relief
whatever until I procured Dr. Detch
. on's Relief for Rheumatism. In a
few hours the pain was relieved and
.in three days the rheumatism was
completely cured and I was at work." j
Sold by Utto urotian. io' 1 econ(l 1
Srh'egel. 2 0 West Second
Husband Iromis to Retnm Home,
Support Hi Wife and Never
Leave Her Again.
The domestic difficulties which re-j
ted in the estrangement of Herbert;
Y . Gates. Cn6t,i S;xh street, and r.is
wife were patched up this morning in
the police court and the charge of
vt lit? a uaiiuuii lu'ii l "iiivii iiau u-. .
lodged against Gates was dismissed.;
After a long conference between hus-
hand and wife, at the close of which,
Mrs. Gates was in tears, they rushed
ciared the war over. A few minutes
: later Police Magistrate C. .1. Smith
called Gate before him and formally
read the charge against him, wbereup-
on Mrs. Gates and ner daugmer wno
' accompanied her, asked the court to
dismiss the case, and upon recommen-
dation of the state this was done,
prohik to bk i.noD.
It wa3 alleged in the charge and at;.
the time the first hearing was held!
;ast Friday, that Gates deserted nis!scnmid's store Twentieth street.
wife three months ago and made no. sjxtn wanjt fjrst precinct Hose
provision for her support during that!hojIse Qn Twontysixt h street.
time. He remained in Davenport until sixth ward, second precinct Rear
11 T.--re. spurred on by ner aaugnter,
1,.; ;,;,: arrested. They had quite an
. nrguir. :-nt at tnat time wj ie ua;fs was
! ueng tiken to jail and a.ra. -t-u ir was,
nrettv bitter, it evidentlv l aveU the
way tor the agreement wnicn as;tyfif.n street,
reached this morning. Gates promised Seventh ward
that he would return to his wife and
that he would support her properly in
the future and not run away again.
At Y. M. C. A.
Because of the storm yesterday the;
regular meeting of the B. G. M. was;
attended by a rather small group of j
boys who lisyned to a talk by Rev. i
K. A. McFarland on "The Indicator," '
in which he showed that eery boy was !
in himself an indicator, his words and
actions indicating his thoughts and
training. Next Sunday Rev. Marion
Humphreys will give the first cf a ;
series of talks on popular topics
which arc 0f special interest to boys. ;
Tonight the Toastmaster s club
sion this evening will be "Government
Ownership of Public T'tilitjes" with
Albert E. San acting as toastmaster.
The program is to be as follows:
"The Cnited States Postal System
an Kxaniple or tiovernmeut uwner-
Fhip." Ira Roberts.
"Municipal Ownership of Water- j
works and Other Utilities." E. L.
"Ownership or Regulation?'' Frank I
"Advantages and Dangers of Govern-1
ments Ownership." Frank Young
The supper is to be served at f.:3'M
TO ANSWER QUESTIONS
Sermon to Working People l lie
Prrache.l by Kvangelist Jones.
Next "Wednesday evening at the
West Knd Settlement, Evangelist H.
Preese Jones will preach to working;
people and by request will answer the
une w nat. js tne -cause ana wuai is
The meetings are increasing in In
terest. Last evening several came for
ward. The majority of converts thus
far have been boys ranging in ages
from 1 to 21.
ATTACK ON JUAREZ
Contlnned from Pi One.)
arid womPn ond children to get out of.
Ijlt" Ornn saw soldiers on the em :
bankment. He immediately ordered a
! charge, to develop the strength of the
I federals, and the latter replied with
1 vigor, holding their places behind th'.
They had mounted a machine gun.
which greatly aided their defense.
Rabago had 600 men in the trenches
and a battle continued all day. It is
said to have resulted in heavy losses
jOn both side?. While a large part of
! his force stood off the enemy, Rabago
j directed the unloading of the horses.
j This was done by tearing up one c
j fhe box car and Ku,;djnjr a skidwav to
get the horfi(r.s cft tne catue cars.
1 1 nr irji.rioia tuc 11 m 11 in1, ru
Th. forl.,rn1? Kn r-jst t- ar f c.A 1 A C 1 Ti
: terward they moved northwest in good
, order and were seen occasionally to
, face to the left and deliver volleys to- j
ward the insurrecto trenches. j
Lecture from Missionary.
j The meeting of the Christian En-,
deavor society of the Memorial Chris
tian church was very well attended
last evening. The topic question. "Why
do you believe in Christian Endevor."
! was given some very good answers, i
,At this meeting a letter from Rev. s
: Frank C. Buck, missionary in L-u Chow j
!Fu, China, was read In which he tId
of a number of thiegs that he needed ;
very badly for his work there, among .
Gust . rd8 eastward. On reaching the foot
ctreet hills they trained their machine guns
I on the insurrecto trenches and a group
i of Americans behind the trenches. Af-
other things being balls and bats, ten
nis balls, and rackets, and other arti
cles for the promotion of athletics.
Notice is hereby given, that on
Tuesday, the 2Sth day of February,
A. D.. 1911, in the city of Rock
Island. 111., an election will be held
i for the purpose of nominating can-
j didatea for reaver and commissioners
f "y of Rock Island.
j liuii rici iit'u will UK .'itrucij a u
! 6 o't-!ock in the morning aild con
! tinue open until 5 o'clock in the
afternoon of that day.
Places for registration and voting
will he as follows
nrst ward se(?ond
j First ward, second precinct
Second ward, first rrecinct 1014
-j- jr(j ivenue
Second ward, second precinct
05 9 Sixth avenue.
Third ward, first precinct Cpun
, ty jail building. Third avenue and
, r ourteentn 6treet.
Third ward, second rrecinct
143 4 Seventh avenue.
Third ward, third precinct 1101
Fourth ward, first precinct 1914
X V U 1 I 11 ' CI u
i Trinity church
j Sixth avenue.
I r inn warn, seconu jjrevaiiti.-
. of 0700 Seventh avenue,
; Seventh ward. first
31 j 0 Fifth avenue.
seventh ward, second precinct
r.,-c ornt chnn 510 For.
Gannon's pa'nt shop. Fourteenth ave -
;nue between Thirty-eighth and
! M. T. RI'DGREN. City Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., Feb. 3, 1911.
AMERICAN APPETITE GROWS,
IF STATISTICS ARE RIGHT.
Not That We Eat More, but More Ar.
In 1990 the American hen laid eggs
In sufficient numbers during the calen-!
dar year to amount to seventeen dozen '
for each inhabitant of the United
States. Omitting all thought of adding
a single egg to the individual share
of eggs, but merely to maintain the
lfrfW proportion of ezgs to population.
. a, . i . - t . , i . n - . 1
must be laying annually 221.000.ooi
den?n more eygs than they laid in
The per capita product cf milk in th
year iw. was :.-. gallons per annum, i
To maintain ibis per capitis for th r
benefit of our increment of population.!
says the Atlantic, the milk supply Id
the year lfiio must exceed that of 1S99 '
by 1.242."0.ooo gallons. ;
To maintain butter, of which the per;
capita produced in 1SW was fourteen!
pounds, at the same per capita in 1910 j
the aggregate production must exceed j
the former figure by lS2.OOO.00J i
i Of potatoes, that other staple of hu
man ''onsuniprion, the per capita prod-1
uct at the last census was about four ,
bushels: hence In Jf10 to maintain the
potato supply for our r.r-wee triers, but
not to inerens it for the rest of th.; I
community to the extent of even on
potato each ions potato aplere. mean?1 :
approximately l0.ooo bushels), there!
i must be raised r2.0oo.opo bushels more:
j of this homely but useful vegetable!
j man were reportea in iw.
"What this product means is best '
noted by observing that to supply it
would consume the entire notato cron,
. ' .
as reported at the last census of the;ahip to
states of California. C olorado. Illinois. ! ,
t.- i 1" express
jiiuiaua, naiiMiM, .Maine, .uai.iaiii uuu
, What Was Lacking. (
The Hobo riea.se. mum. I'm a sick
man. De doctor gimme dis medicine, j
but I needs assistance In takin' it. The !
Lady Poor fellow! Do you want a j
; epoon and a glass of water? The ITo-
' bo No. mum: I wouldn't trouble yer.
! But dis medicine has to be took before
meals. Have yer got a meal bandy?
i Clereland Leader.
Will find us prepared
to serve yoa proper
ly. We anticipate a
great year ,in the
jewelry business and
will show all the
novelties in advance
of the season.
Opoosite Haxper Hoaie.
Daily United States Weather Map
iBMRIIflardOttid HULHHtkMUkMhllilfMlilMk 1 V
taodTi 9 mUj. ia(Bi Q
tar put li btnuv: xomA. X-ku rainfall, it l I
burd. via4 wlootw alt 19 wit par haar ar i
FORKCAST FOR ROCK ISIiAXD. DAEXPORT. MOUVE AVT VTCTXTTT.
Cloudy tonight and Tuesday, not much change in temperature. The lowest tempera
ture tonight will be about 20 degrees above zero.
WEATHER CONDITIONS. in the Rocky mountain regloo, the
Saturdays southwestern storm haaicentral vallevs and tha outhera eo-
thi.i:"Vzir,l:an4!ed.l.tf ""n. ra-ig l?:
!tion in the central vallevs. the lake
region and the middle Atlantic sec-
!tion3. Heavy snow has been general
in the upper Mississippi vallev. An -
other area of low pressure that Is cen-
tral over Alberta has ben attended
by precipitation on the Pacific coast
find in the northern Rocky mountain
states. Temperatures below zero are ,
' noted i:i most of southern Canada and
; ladings only slightly above zero are;
reporieo. irom me upper .Missouri va.i
lev. Moderate temperatures prevail
I By wire from K. W. Wagner Co.,
members of Chicago Board of Trade,
Grain, provisions, stocks, and cotton,
Local orti' H at Rock Island house. Hock
Islanl. 111. t hliajfo omi-e. sd-dd-iu".
Board of Traiie. Local telephone. No.
BQARD 0F TRADE TRANSACTIONS
July. 93 N,, 9.'.s4.
Septemher, 92',, i2
May, S04. "0j. T.o, SO.
July, 51' 4. 51,. 51, ."I.
September. 2, 517g
May, .3t8. 33, 32-'S. 32?;.
July, S3. 33, 32. 32,.
September, 32, 32-s, 32'i, 32 Va
May. 1.27, IS. 30, 1.25. IS. 27.
July, 17. C2, 17.70, 17.6", 17.65.
May, f.S2, 9.S2, 9.77, 9. SO.
July, 9.65. 9.67, 9.65, 9.67.
May. 9.S2. 92, 9.77, 9.K2.
July, 9 55, 9.5S, 9.55, 9.57.
THE GRAIN MARKET. !
Chicazn. Feb. 6. Sentiment on1
. . . , .
neat is mixeu. 111 corn ir is no 01-
urt bases. In oats some far
pressed of a little more litigation.
While the pit rallies of a cent or over
I that mark, the end of a downturn have
' hardly yet appeared, selling pressure
is revived and the locals are afraid of
raiding a dull market. Eastern oats
goss-ip is bearish. The country has not
yet. commenced to sacrifice its cash
Total Visible Supply.
Wheat 'oday 43.74o.OfiO. year ago 25,-
52 ." i4. inrrrase 1.216"'f'.
Corn today S.143.'m , jcar ago 9,439,
(100. decrease S'.fi.OOO.
Oats today 16.414.oon. last year 8,
776.0'in, increase 7.7i2,b'i".
United States Visible.
Wheat increase l,477.o0.
Corn increase 1 .077.000.
Oats increase 417,000.
Canadian Visible Wheat Supply.
This week decrease 331,000,
week decrease II6.000 last year de
t Peoria cash.
Corn ''n ars. C'a.-h market firm and
unchanged. No. y and mixed 44'-4.
No. Z w mixed Z.
' Oat3 6 cars. Market unchanged to
!i higher. No. w :il
S Chicago Cash.
Com ' higher on Kght country ac
ceptancrs and unsettled weather.
; Oats steady.
j Chicago Cash Grain,
j Wheat No. 2 r 4 7 . No. 3 r
; &:; ft .". No. 2 hw iM'-iSii, No. 3 bw
;93Tfj.' No. 1 us l"2tlo.-,. No. 2 n?
i 1001? 104. No " ns r"fli. No. 2 s 91
iJ?l"o. No. 3 s 'j2'at. cS.j' f!, durum
Corn No. 2 47 174. No. 2 w 4"
1 M7i. No. 2 y 473 4'i. No. 3 45!i j hep 15,000.
;45?i. No. 3 w tr,f4i0. No 3 y 451, lieeves 4.75fi-75, cows 2.50Q50
j?46. No. 4 431-, 4 Mi. No. 4 w 4:Uij8tockers 35&5.90, Texans 4.505 10,
l4t. No. 4 y 43s&44's, sgm 42i ! f alves 6.50fJ 8.00.
42Sr43. sgy 42Q43. j sheep strong; 2.304.35, lambs 425
Oats No. 2 3H. No. 2 w 32 S-33. g c.10.
i.No 4 w 31 ',Ti 32. No. 4 w 31' ;7 31,. ; Close of Markat.
standard 32'-32'. ; Hogs clotd JOc higher than Satur-;
I Minneapolis Cash. ! day's average. Mixed 7.4n7.g, food j
Wheat dull, caah demand. Slow flour t 7.40ff 7.65, rough 7.157.35, lieht 7i5 .
IX & Department of Agriculture,
KUXIS L.MOORZ. CU
. Kill -
- owlng to u. or th low
over Illinois and the approach of the
northwestern storm, cloudy weather !
j Indicated for this vicinity tonight
i and Tuesday, without much change In
Lowest Highest Preclp.
Temp. lemp. last 24
' Lst Night. Test. far, in
- in.ocK ihiauu ....;. x.i.t
i Atlantic City ... 20 40 ,001
. n)..io,i'iiu ij.,(Mi.imu n.iaz.wi
. 3.3H.OM 3.130.n.0 2.311.00U
Oats . .
To- I -ant
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow,
Wheat today 537,000
Year ago 954.000
Corn today 1.cR7,00ii
Year ago 1.234.000
Liverpool, Feb. 6. Wheat m&rke
opened '4 higher. Support w
ed hv the firmness in America on Sat-
urriay and lightest world's shipments,
. ,, .
ana et-peciauy iigni. sntpmeiiTS irom
Following the opening ther?
was some disposition to sell on ths
extreme dullness, and values lost part
of the opening advance, but toward
mid day a steadier undertone again de
veloped on the steadier plate offers,
improved demand for spot and less fa-
no Aires futures market holds firm
and plate offer, are gradually harden
' . . . . , . . ' . , '
mg, being induced by the steadiness In;
illl! lundii itlllio dliu lic inning j li in
Russian shipments. At midday the
market was dull and ',i higher.
Corn was 't lower, the pressure be-
i ing due to cheaper American offers.
larger world's shipments, with a good
amount to the Flirted Kingdom and
more favorable weather in Argentine.
Wheat opened "i higher; closM
: to ',4 higher. ;
i,orn opened t lower; cionea in
i i - i I
1 Russian Wheat Shipments. j
This Wk. Last Wk. Last. Tr.
2.45.000 3..S48,QO 3,984.00-J ,
Opening of Market.
Hogs MO .000. Left over 2,200. Mixed
r.:.ofi 7.75. good 7.35??7.0, rough 7.10
B 7.30, light 7.G057.90.
Cattle lC'OO; 10c to 15c higher.
Sheep 20,000; itrong.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hog market 5c to lfc higher. Ugbt
7 557.&0, rough 7.10q 7.3, mixed 7.40
ri 70, heavy 7.357.C3, pigs 7.0
7.P5, bulk 7.50fi7.70.
Cattle 5c to 10c higher.
. Hoc a tomorrow 19.000 cattle 5.000.
i 7 30. I
Boeton 4 34 .O
Buffalo 6 1 .04
Denrer 26 64 JDQ
Jacksonville .... 56 72 .00
Kansas City 2S 44 .22
New Orleans ... fi2 7 .00
New York city ..is 36 .00
Phoenix "....42 66 .00
St- Louis 34 36 .6
St. Paul 14 14 .40
Ssn Diego 46 60 .00
San Francisco .. 46 54 .06
Washington 22 3R .12
Winnipeg 2 4 .10
J. M. SHERIBR, local Forecaster.
Cattle 10c to 15c higher.
i Western Live Stock
I Hogs. Cattle php.
I Kansas City f).ntn in.000 ll.nni
j Omaha 2.500 3,300 3,roo
'Sl Ix)uis 12, W0
Hogs. Cattl. Shep
Chicago 19,000 5.000 lS.OOu
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Feb. 6. Following are the quota-
lions on the local market today:
Live Poultry Old hens, 10c; springs
17c pound; ducks lc pound; geese
1 10c pound; turkeys 18c pound.
1 Fresh eges, 25c.
i Potatoes, per bushel, 65c,
J Butter, dairy 27, creamery 30c
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per hushH, 5ftc.
Forag Timothy hay. $15 to II6.80;
clover hay, $14; straw, $M
Wood $4.50 per load.
Coal Lump, per bushel, JSc; alack.
The Old Reliable
J. P. Williamson's new and 2d
band store has returned to Rock Is
land and will b conducted under
n. of CarneV A Thomp-
0.n' " 3" "me " J'
r." used to run It. .m will pay
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than anyone else.
CARNEY & THOMPSON
WK HTOHK MHilV.
Old I'bon 1AHA. 1325 Recond Ae.
Itock Islaad. 111.
How you make it no
matter how you like
no matter what it costs,
you can't beat
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DELIVERIES EVERY DAY
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