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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, inn.
STOP VOTE BUYING
BY AN AGREEMENT
Daily United States Weather Map
II S. Department of Agriculture.
W1LUS L. MOORE. CUeL
F.eljrar County Politician May tict
Together Consider It Would
iive liven Break.
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will !. iwn r.i j tr roJf r3tiu. &ud ;
Sykboi. t&dte&t ait.- :.f wcaLhr. r:r. Mrt.'j
c.'B4y; O eJi--: (f rain, (5 r.-w . 6r report seiMlna
t r pMMt 1i hoara. Mnonrt. 34 f.oar u.m.U, If i CrOikla .Ui i4C
tUxril. Mid iaiw of i6 ikUa yj bewr r KU.
i c,i:i:cast fou hock island. i. kxfokt. molixk and vicixitv.
Fair tonight and Friday, colder tonight with the lowest temperature about 10 to 15 de
Tees above zero. Rising temperature Friday.
Paris, 111.. Feb. 9. In a signed
statement reKardinc the eradication
of the vote-buying evil in Paris and
Edgar county. T. C. McCord. chair
man of the republican county com
mittee, states he is willing to ar
range a meeting of his committee
with the democratic county commit
ter for the purpose of drawing up a
working agreement between the
leaders of the two parties.
"It is up to H. S- Tanner, the
democratic chairman." says Mct'ord.
"to meet us half way in this move
ment." For some weeks there has been
ormmient on this phase of local pol
itics and as to the best method to
effect a cure fur the evil. Some have
favored action by a special grand
jury, while others believe this would
be fruitless unless it could lie done
with the cooperation of the party
!eaders of both sides, as was the
'use in Adams county. Ohio.
McCord claims that if the political
leaders enter into an honor-bound
agreement not to buy votes nor to
solicit money for the purpose of pur
chasing votes the result would be the
same, and it is along this line that
the two committees would act under
WEATHER CONDITIONS. 'eastward movement of the high andiBuffalo 22
Kains in th- Eoiithorn sections and thu approach of the northwestern low inver 18
rain or bnow in the middle Atlantic will be attended by fair weaiher in
Kates an-i New F.iigland have attended this vicinity tonight and Frida, with
the moiemont f the T xas storm to colder tonight, followed by rising tni-
South Carolina and th advance of the perature Friday,
northwestern low to the northern pur-
Jacksonville .... 02
Kansas City .... Tii
New Orleans ... 02
tion of Lake Michigan. The western
n:a of high pressure, uirh its fair,
cold wea'her. ovi-rltes tif o;ujry
from the Rocky mountain states to the
Mississippi valley. Another area of
!'y-' pressure and hih temperature is
appearing over northern Alb'Tta. The1
Lowest Highest Precip
Uock Island .... 21
Atlantic City . . . ?A
.no Washington . .
.2S j Winniptg
! A son was born this morning to
.On ! Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Snively, 1116
on Sixteenth street.
on' Arthur Angel, formerly of this city,
now residing in Chicago, is here for a
brief business visit.
Mrs. Amanda Reynolds, 2339 Fifth
avenue, nas gone to mversiae, uai..
! for an extended visit.
For Sale by the Following Grocers:
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
APPI.K BROS.. 71 3rd Av.
BATTLES, H. R. A CO.. 1S"6 Cnd
m -K. K. F.. lith Av. 30th St.
W KTOX. THUS K.. 3rd Av.
I'KIIK. A. P.. C.l 4ith St.
IMKIiRU'H. A. . 306 Ci'th St.
OANNOX. O. M.. 3SOO 14th Av.
Ornss. F. -tat. 1310 3rd Av.
HARTZ. A. P.. 113? 3rd Ave.
HORBl.IT. IP. 1615 2nd Av.
MORTON. C. W.. ir,th St.. 11th Av.
JOHNSON. . (i., r20 4rd St.
KlPf. J .1. 4501 ith Av.
KOVERMAX. .1 V.. Ron 12th St.
I.AS'GK. HKNRY. 2705 Ttli Av.
i.yxcii. ;ko. r.ofi 4th a v.
MffiOXALD, tJ M.. 23o4 .th Av.
MAJWALO & SCJN. 701 Ptti Av.
MOLLKH. F. W. 1328 th Av.
OI.SKN. O. A., 1303 3th St.
PAKIPO.V, U. South HeiKht.
PKTERSUN BROS.. nl bill St.
WOH, L. C. 14 J 3rd Av.
. K.. 11 37 r.'t ti St.
M. ltoo 4tl- Av.
I ... .-t .'oth ,-t.
T., Z---: Av.
SHORTKIImJK, .1. S l.'" 14th Av
SIl-'-Hl ,v STAMAIF.R. 7' 17th St
TKSi'UKK. W.M.. :tu Av.
TIIK .MILL sroRK. It 'i Av.
avi:-ki:l. pons, no.; :-. i-.i av.
WILLIAMSON. v. K. I U: St.
UAKl'.KI.I.IKMN A.- ir.tnSt.
FRKK.MAN. Al.ltKRT. 2:!"J ."th A v.
IHiiM.AM'. A. I.' K.th St.
KARSTKNS. W.. 1 Z 1 7 l.Mli St
kki.tixi'i. ii::nry v. i t .;titst
LANI'KK. F. A. ' . l.'"l Mil Ai.
LARSON, s F . I4.' K.th St.
MIF.I'KF.S MUN.UH'II OP.oCFRV.
4i2 1 1 1 li Sr
M IT "I I KLL. . I".. 12'1 K.th St.
NAKMWK .v 'o.. n:t It?th St.
osi.i:N IIOI.MQFIST. sj.; lvth,
I'i:ti:rs & son. 4. y 7th st.
RKI.IAULi: Tr. OMI ANV. 14 11
ROSKNK A !il 'S M . lon K.th
Ri SS. I M t t'T 71 a Av
Si"ll:"FIF.R F.ROS. ,1 K.fh St.
SWA.NSoX. .I.'IIN. 1 J J 7 .'.li: A.
V AN HKS1KN". CAMII. : "oo K t t
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mk::k. hki i" .v "o. no i; 1st.
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SOUTH ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Sli-..Mo.. J P. ,; i o.. ,.:i4 Mi. I, .,.-111
1 A v .
Published by the Growers of India Tea.
.00 j with relatives for several weeks, left) Tnere w,n be no BeP8i(m of ,he chi.
.12 j yesterday for his home at Anaconda, , ( ago Board Qf Tradp or NfiW York
.)0 ! .Mont.
Today's Market Quotations
II. G. nrifTill. who has been visiting! we-st 331
By wire from K. W. Wanner & Co
members of Chicago Board of Trade.
Grain, provisions, stocks, and cotton.
Local office at Rock Island house. Rock
Island. 111. Chicago office. 9S-99-100,
Board of Trade. Local telephone. No.
'.2 AU liisi.n . .
. l.ocini'ti e
Pulu'h ... .
Winnipi g . .
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We. k. V. .ir.
J. M. SHERIER, Ixical Forecaster.
TO KANSAS VOTERS
I.'gisiat lire Itec.d.. to Submit Con
stitutional A iii.'iiilm.iit to
of Kansas arc ;
- Tho voters
and adopted with little opposition.
This nronosition is a distinct one
from that discussed by the senate in;RIrs
'the morning, which permits women ;
Ho vote also in presidential elections
and which was referred to the ju
The resolution which was voted
on favorably in the afternoon sub
mits to the male voters of the state
an amendment to the constitution
giving women a vote on senators.
npll mi i versi t v at ItliHca
TWO DECREES ARE ISSUED sume hi hmmV.
; Stock Exchange Monday. Feb. 13, on
Edward Guyer, who has recovered account of Lincoln's birthday,
from an illness, has returned to Cor-1 rqARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
X. v., to re-1
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
o say whether or n;t congressmen and a;l state and legis-
womcn shall vot on till ouetions in
this state except th" pre-idcny. The
resolution for a constitutional
amendment, v.hiih was passed by the
house Tuesday nipht, was "nken up
by the sen.it' yesterday afternoon
' lative officers. Thf.v already have1
the rieht to vote on all city officials, i
Fannie Spencer iets Ih'vorce,
Mrs. Fannie Spencer of this city1
was planted a decree of divorce yes-!
terday afternoon in the circuit court by
J'tdse E. C. Graves. She charged her i
husband, Amos C. Spencer, "with de-,
sertion. Mr. Spencer failed to appear;
in court to answer to the charue. At-i
tcrney G. C. Wcn5er appeared for the ho cxp- ctcd under
petitioner ; li"r pnysician
Mrs. Philip Kicker and daughter, I
who have been visiting with Mrs. Kick- j
er's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thoinp- j
son. for several weeks, left today for j
their home at Portland. Ore. j
Mrs. H. A. .1. Mc Donald, who under- i
went an operation at St. Anthony's!
hospital yesierday afternoon, is re-!
ported today as doiug as well as could j
the circumstances, i
l.elieve she will recovei :
Theodore Fransen of Moline secured ' rapidly. She ha lun sufiVriiif; for
DAKOTA JUDGE ACCUSED
A Remarkable Treatment That Saves
the Kidneys. How You May
Cure Yourself Quickly
Wlti. the ir).iTs ..f tii-:
rm n-m:ir k;i tin. lit t.
ili.-i-n.o - it t.ii . p. s. I i..T.i.cl:iy
.-st.'! ;ir:.l its r.-s-iMs h:i-.- .'-..v. :i
i i-v . -I : : i ! 'i a i y th.it :i well kn"r. v.rr.i
in Mi- 1. iv.. ii. 1 .i tmi.-ri:ik n i's i
Lull. 'II i:;t. iil ..uf ..I !':!. ' i.'.l.trv
Ti.o.-.fr. u'h.i -.ufT.T fr.un ki.ln. y ; r...j
l'i.' iiiui ii.- ili-i-.tM S I- suii'.r.i; i-(-:n it
will t.v iii .!. ! in kii'iw tint i v. ry
p.nkaKi- ..I tn.s 1 1 1 1 iiHiit is 1 1 i.i i ! u t ,1
U 'iii i ,i i.l i li T t:i m:.. u'.i ussuri- at iitst
.t p..S)tlf lUM- ti. . 1 'M S'MT.-I.r
III .tv irar .mil v..Ti.an ;Imi.. knew
that bin ki!- I I- :. -..I . . ;i i-. 1 -!. iiiu ,i
iiuii..ni ': nt. k:.:ri . I;.
wlc.'h ni;i mi.I :.ii r nr-i- tr. jtr-l i
t.m; that I I; n m.. . :r. ;i i.-l :...i.lilir 1 1 -l.li'
;iti: i-ai:s.-l it.i.. iii.iiniv ii!..ri- t'.t
liss th.'in ki.hi- II .it .i.i n it til'rr t'..'
pui.-Oll Iliilll 111" I.H....1. that "il.i.-i..
KediHion I ntrcHhiced in the House
t'haiRes Serious OIIchm'.
Bismarck. N. I.. Feb. !. A res
olution was adopted by the house of
representatives yesterday charging
Judge .John F. Cowan with impeach
able offense, citing; habitual drunken
ness, malfeasance in office, corrupt
conduct, misdemeanors in office and
crimes. The procedure in impeach-,
nient proceedings m this state .ails
'for th senate to sit as trial court,
i after the house has ordered the Trial.'
ki.in. y Cowan is judge of the Second judic-;
.e.chiy ;a district and has served two tortus,
n '.,.'rl as attorney general of the stale.
a divorce from his wife. Anna Fransen.
The wife was charged with unfaithful
ness. She failed to answer to the
charge. It is alleged that she is now
living in Galesburg with anothe r man.
Mr. Fransen's attorney was G. W.
rome time with pleuropneumonia.
TRUTH IS NOT EFFECTED!
A LIEUTEWANTOF BROWN
Henry Thompson, Ac-tor in Harper's
Ferry Incident, Head.
Pasadena. Cal.. Feb. '.. Henry
Thompson, age! who was one of
John Browns lieutenants at Harper's
Ferry, is dead. After the surrender
of Lee. Thompson marr'ed Brown's
daughter. She died h.c-e five yenrs
ago. Thompson and two brothers
were prisoners in Kansas and joined
lirown when he began his celebrated
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Xetv Tribunal r"aniecl and
txn for Huines 'el. .".
Washington, Feb. 5.--Formal or
ganization of the recently created
commerce cotir: was etTected yester
day in the conference room of the
court of customs appeals. Martin A.
Knapp. presiding judge of the court,
acting as c hairman.
In addition to Judge Knapp. the
other members of court. Ji'i::.s
J.-hn K Garland. Robert W. Arc ri
bald. William II. H.iht and Julian V .
M.hU. tvere in ;) tendance.
An on:, r was entered that the
curt would open for business at
noon Wednesday. Ft b 1 ... at which
lin.e cases now pcnd'tig in other
io-. its that properly are to he ad
jud: iit. d before 'lie new court w i'l
ii" automatically transferred.
BRAVES DEATH IN VAIN
a lifoi t.i.in. Who Was Oiieratei
in Malpi iic t:c Suit Iimn.
iige'es. Cal., Feb. U. Henry
Christie, who underwent a danger
ous ahc'oininai operation :at v. ek
to win a $.ii.n'io m:i lpract.ee : iiii be
instituted against l)r. R. Smith, was
informed yesterday at ttie hospital
lhat he h.il braved d.-ath for no.h
itig. Titc- jury returned a tcrri'it
fi t ; lie defendant.
Smoke Causes Fire Alarm.
A' s : S., this morning the fire de
partment wns call.-d to the hctpe of
Mrs. Maria Anderson. 01 Tenth street.;
Smorr hf l bar' ci! from the chimney
n'o the l;rr,-.e and caused an aiarm.
Tl.' ie was no firm
Disbel cf of Few Held Not to Weaken (
Stitt. incuts of God. i
If the interest of ihe meetings in j
any evai:: list ic effort can be main-i
; taineel without the help of some out- ,
side professional evangelist, it is pre'-1
tj sure evidence of th" presence of the
Holy Spirit fp an .".wakened church '
Such is the picture shown night afte:
night at the First Baptist church.
Ken on prayer Uioeiin;- night, whea , lf.ss
me. m hers of r.t her churches were at
ih.ir own n:' t ii.i- s. t in- atieneUcnce was
one of tlie largest ;it any time since
the meetings s'atteil. Last night tlv
pastor i rc a h; d f;om Romans :i::;
"Whiit if some did not believe? Shall
their iiiibe bet make Hie faith of God
of no eiTcct?" The ilajught was ilius
t rated by wha; wotild a few years a-ro
h.ave been the strong assertions that
v ire b ss teh gt apii-. 'he telephone, the
phonograph, were a!i impossible, and
May. 94i. 9.at8. 'M ,R, 93.
July. .3 . JK',, 9S. 9.T"?8.
September, 92, 92. 914, i2.
May, 49'4. 19V2. 4ST,. 49'.
July. 50',. r.0'i. VJ. 50-.
September, al'x. als, 50, 5
May. Hi's. n2'4, .11-, ?.2i'n.
July. 317. :;2'8. :il--. 32.
September. .'51 Vi. 32', P.1'2. W.
May. 17. K5. IS. 07. 17.80. IS. 07.
July, 17.17, 17.:.n. 17.17. 17.50.
May, 9.55. 9.7, 9.52. 9.70.
July. 9.17, 9.t;, 9 47. 9 ;n.
May, 9.55, 9.70, 9.55, 9.7".
July, 9.35, 9.50, 9.4", 9.47.
. St. Paul
Li high VaIio
U .ph dic Sl el e oinaiou
, 1 1 1 1
, J 5
Year ago .. .
Corn today .
Year ago . .
Opening cf Market.
I!oi.Ts :;.0ii0. I.e. ft ove r a inia. Op. n
ed 5c lower. Miye.l 7 2" "ft 7.in. good i
7.25' 7.;o, rough 7.u:,'ii 7.2t, light 7. I'
Catt'e !...:n ; slow to l"c lower.
Sheep 2d. lieu; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hog;; tomorrow Ija.iinu, caule l.onii,
she ep 9. "Oil.
Hogs slow; 5c let 10.' lower. Light
7.5'i'i 7.75. rough 7. 7.i
Ca 7.05. hcai v 7.::of; 7.55
7 S', bulk 7. ir.'ii 7. tin.
Cattle slow, steady.
She i p 5c to l"c lower.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed strong at early prices
and 5c to l"c lower than yesterday's
avehage. Mixed 7.15i7.05. good .'Z
li 7.;0, rough 7.054i 7. 21', liglil 7.
tliat any one thiiikiiig of tiiese things I was n,
would l.e out of his n.ir.d. et the dis
br-lie-f in these p.,s-ioiiities did inter
f re w th the cil r.veiy ed' th'. great
facts. So the tiisbe iief of some few
p'-rsoi.s does not aii.-ct the truth of
the grc-at st:;ter;i rts of God. A pU-a
v-n then made i'or it reception of the
truth, ale! to allow the truth to hav
i's in r.. lie ..i t inflir'iice upon the hear,
i.r.d lif. . To:iiht the thc;ne will b-i
"Man Yielding liis Will."
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Uverpool. Feb. 9. The wheat mar
ket opened firm. Support came large1
ly from shorts on continued fears of
shortage of contract and some specula
tive buying on the forecast of light
shipments from Argentine this week.
favorable weather conditions
there, with plate offe rs firmer and no'
pressed fqr sale. There was an im
proved demand for spot and cargo of
f. rs are light. Toward mid day there
v.as some little disposition shown to;
tiike profits and a slight decline- from Kansas City ll.niin .'..il'io C.ono
the high occurred. Although plate of-j Omaha 9, mm ;;,7iii ll.nno
fcrs are more firmly hedd. Australian) Estimated Tomorrow,
offers are free. European crop ad j Hogs. Cattle. Shee p
vice-s continue favorable, and Russian i Chicago 25.000 l.Oirn 9 mm
siocks are increasing, with countrv ar
.a ... ... . - -. - - . -. ... .... - I
rivals inierai. .i tnis time ine marse: isjfw vork HTnricc;
m. h to v nigner. ; veu.- VorU k". I. 'i k.lh.u i....
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Feb. 9. Follow lug are the tpnr.i
tions on th.. local market today:
Live poultry - Old h.'tis. Hi , hprin:!
I'a- pound, ducks. I c pound. p'i
Ihe pound; tmk"H ISc' piiiiild.
Fresh i-i'.gs, 25c.
Potatoes. iir Inmbel. C5c.
IPiHer. .I.iii 25c; cream, ry 2c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 5'lc.
, Forage. Timol hy hay. $15 to l'i..V);
liover hay. $14; straw. $S.
Wood $1 50 per load.
Coal Lump, per biiih. l, i;,c; tlack.
Sales em Market :,iiiare In last 2'
lioiii s up io neon today :
Oats, seven loads at :;2c
Corn, 12 loads at 5oc.
Clcuer hay. one load at $H.
Timothy hay, three loads ai $lfj.
Haled hay, eitie load at $17.
Tjxen Are Now Due.
The hooks are now open nt my of
fice at 1712 'I hird awnuo. Persona'
taxe-s must be paid to the. town col
lector. JOHN' T. XOFTSK Kit,
Cattle steady to sticintr.
Sheep steady to luc lower.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
but dull and tin-
Corn was steady,
Chicago Cach Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 9?,' fr 94, No.
,t'w tork, n-t. : hollowing aii
quotations un tn stock market tod ::
' I'nion Pacific
,1 S3 S3I...-1 ..r fei f eil
92 93 No. 2 h w :Hfi 93, No. 3 hw i .." ' ., . '
-' . ..,,"'"..'.' . I . S. Sic .1 ( ommon
:.irai. Ao. l ns .i'i in.s '2, .o. i ns
90lii, No. 3 ns 96T99. No. 2 s Wn
9S, No. 3 s 92S9T. vc kofi'jMi, durum
Corn No. 2 46''cI47, No. 2 w 40'j
. i - X o . - i -1 V '3 4 . I r..
- ' ' " ! Great Northern
4 ?.. AO. Z w 1l'4tfI43. NO. ,S y 4 1 'a
Rock I.-kind c oiiinion
New York Central .
Northe rn Pacific . . .
J. P. WALLACE OF ROCK
LurouLcT -W I u'uen rJUr I IALS . no. 4 2hzk, no. 4 w 42fH3,.
No 4 y 42ft iil'i, sTgm 40ft ll. sgy 41
.MOXKV TO I.ILXI)
TO ANY EMPLOYE! MN Oil Wo
M A N. .e s!;,' KITV NEEiiED.
VOI R Pi.AlX N'tii; THAT'S ALL.
CALL AN!) RE " N V IN "r. I '
CITIZENS LOAN COMPANY
Old ph., lie last 1.H7.
Room . Mi Kiiinie I5bl. M.in 111.
- - -
I LEARN TO 1
At Prof. 0. F. Slater's
Elks' hall, Rock Island,
every Friday evening-, and
at Prosperity hall in Dav
enport on Monday and
Saturdav eveEino-s. Class-
rince xiat.- Nm l.-tjcv Hole! .leint
M'4fillg', at lii?ip:iign.
Ciiiit'ipai;-".. Ill . Feb !. Georpe
: c l..-r i'l'iiie-sed the b g g.itl.cr
tig i' s.;.; hortic ulfir;.-;s at :!.'
I'm., s y if !li:nois last night en
"City ;-:.ir. n i r, " The v;xtii a initial
r:e Fh risis's a--M)-
t.nc of tiie Star
ii),. was opei.ed.
i.int me a t.ngs in session are
ri.'-..' of tlie St.ite Horticulturists'
s i ety. the Cook County True k
G-owers' a.-ociat ion and the Lake
Forts' Haiti, tilt ural society.
Professor Crandall ef the Fnher
sity of Illinois, conducting probably
the most extensive and most care
ful plain breeding inves igatinns in
the v. erid. spoke on "H;. Lrid:zi:;g
Licensed to Wed.
Write. I'ite-r. Which .May lie of
om'ju li!icr".t to -tin Sutler
er. f Tlii 'ity.
"I think your l. I I), w e.nd.-rl ul
ami ore that tnnde alone in its ilas.
I suffered fid' vi'iirs with e hroni
vczenia trying most everything I
could hear of without resu.is. 1 fi
nally pure hrsed a bottb of I). D. I),
and I thought h made me worse at
P'rst. but by the time I get the oeittie
used ;p 1 could s e the eo.e.i.a dry
ing up. the itching entirely ceased,
i got two more bottles and it made
me a permanent cure.
"I also call it matchless for clean
sing the scalp and allaying it.hii.g.
sep'p humors, eradicating dandruff
and rea-.oving obnoxious odors and
prevents falling out of the hair. I
, Well Ivnoun .!cep Couple I'niteel in
Mutr rial lionds.
Ale do, ill.. Fet. 9. i Special I El
n'er Ixugley and Miss Minnie Winger,
both of this ci'.v, wi re united in mar
riage ii, th.. preset. ce of ."n guests at
! o'clock St.-. day afternoon. The
ce; eiiiony, whi.'r, was performeel by
Rev. T. S. Pineiiger. took plaee at the
home of Mrs. Orr Caliioun. a frie-nd of
the biicie. Ar. elaVur.te weebling feast
followed Mr. and Mrs. Iongiev will
niai-p their 1 ome on 'he Longiey farm
east of this city.
; Noriheiin Pacific
i Louisville V Nahvilli
j Colorado Fuel &
Oats-No. 2 w 32, 32'. No. 3 w 3. Ya, aniail Pa,jn
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local aupiicai i.::.-, as they cannot
reach the disca.-c-d p.-.rtion of the car.
There is o:.ly cue way t'i cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous 1 in-
iiig cf the eustachian tube. When
'i.;i'2- No. 4 w ii-2 en. j, star.eiarci
From Northwestern Miller.
The Minneapolis flour output las
week decreased 5.fM'ni barrels. The
output for the week ending Feb. 4 wa
272. 165 barrels, against 321,3'i0 in 191'i
This week there are two and a half
mills more in operation, while twei'
more will be started later in the wee.-k.
The production ought to approximate
Onfc-ha!f cent under to I'.-jC over.
Little belter demand. Flour sale-i
light. MUls ground 6,000 barrels less
last week than week previous;
Corn receipts 57 cars. Market
lower. No. 3 yeliow and mixed
Che .-apc-ake & Ohio ....
Hrookiyn R ipid Traia.p
lialtimoie & (hie
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. . 1 1 1 ,
. .119 -.
, . 127
. ' 1
From the livpeiienc . of I Co. k Mailt
We are loitunate Indeed lei be abi
tcj jirotit by the; cxpeiteiice- of mil
'neighbors. Th" public utterances ol
Rcjc k Island resjejents on the? f.jjlow
ing mbject will interest aud beneflf
thousands of our readers. Read tbii
ttatem.iit. No belter proof tan b
Miss Hilda W. Olson, 4 10 Ninth
street. Rock Island, III, says; "I w.11
eaii-id much mUery by pains acrn. 1
my kidneys and my ba k was v r
weak After being on my feet f"l
any len.Mh of time or doing anji
walking. I f lt all tired out and wai
obliged to sit down and ic ! Ooaui
Kidney Pills we-re so highly recoin.
'mended that I procured a box at tin
Harper lle.ijr.ei Pharmacy and begHR
taking them. Tb- flrt few dcMcl
g;ive me H-pe f and after I had ueJ
three box.-- of tblH remedy, my ceyij.
ditlon whs better In every way. 1
consider Ooan'i Kidney Pills an
ecjcr,t pr.'patatlon for trouble-!
caused by weak klilneys "
F'or sab- ,y all .leal.-m. Price .',:
cents. Foster-Milbtir ii Co, Ituffabi
"w York, sole age-nts for the. I'nlteci
Remenib'-r the name - I loan's -
, and take no o' her.
har'.es E. Rurch .
Miss 1 KIIy Cuetither
Miss Ntp'issa Hancock
Mike R :sis
Miss Men Fyhl
. . . . Galesburg
. . . .Galesbarg
. . East Moli.ie
. .East Moline
this tube is inflamed you have a rumb
gave I). I). L). a trial on my scalp and "Dg sound or imperfect bearing, and xo. 3 white 43i, No. 4 mixed 4
rind it just as you say and cannot re-jhen it is entirely closed, deafness is
commend it too highly to my friends ;he result, and unless the inflamina
as an article of true merit. ! tion can be taken out and this tube
"Should you ever want to put this 'restored to its normal condition, hear-
in print, yoa may do so as it will be mp win ties oesiroyea forever; n;nej
the cause of doing someone else!eaes out of 10 are caused by catarrh,
If troubled with indigestion.
'which is nothing but an inflamed con-'
ni2ny convincing statements, dition of the mucous surfaces.
es from 8 p. rr. to
Social dance 9 to 12.
sripatv.n. no appetite or feel bilious, similar to the above, have been made j
g:ve e "iiamberlain's Stomach and Liv- to us privately by sufferers from ag-
er Tablets a trial and you will he gravated ski cdiseases to whom we not be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure, 'i lower.
St. Louis Cash.
Wheat firm to lc higher.
Corn and oats unchanged.
Wheat opened higher; closed 'j
V.'e will give !'" for any cases of'fo 4 higher.
deafness (caused by catarrh) thatcan-i Corn optned lower; closed JB to
pleased w ith the result. These tab- have sold the D. D. D. Presc ription, ! Send for circulars free.
F. J. Cheney J
TrmS 1? I P-r.nc I'3 OH r ets :nv,S'rate the stomach and liver that we feel bound to give It oar un- rjQ , Toledo, O. Sold by druggists.!
. y ptrangrthen the GigeiLo. So.d g-al-fied endorsement. Harper House . 75 cents. Take Hall's Fan-ily pilU for Wheat
f-irf m -i
G. HEILEMAN BREVCNG CO.
-.irrniM i i a a T'iJr.1 Avrnue.
M. etIPFKIW, LCCal Agent. 01.1 imuc u.t h:k, .vert eons.