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THE ROCK TSLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26- 1911-
Annual Statement: City of Rock Island
la Account ArVitii C. F. CLannon, Treasurer.
Ordara paid aa lomiti aa faUawa:
raeetrad traa vmrloaa
Con Un rent ............
Dnkntmi park ............
Doc tax fund .............
Plra daparanaat ...........
F"lra Alarm ayatam .........
Glarlaa eaaa ..............
Improvement of 7th Bt- 2nd to
11th Ava. and 11th An. 7th
to 2nd Bt-
JmproTemct of SSth and 84th
; Bt. 14th to 18th An
Ilmprovmect of tth Bt-. Irl u
, 18th ATa.
Library Fund (Baianca of allot
'Peddlera LJcenaa Refund . . .
P.eviaton of Ordlnaacea ......
Sixth Ward Sewer
Seventh Ward Sewer. Eaat See.
Seventh Ward Sewer, Weft 8ec-
lac Ward ..............
th Ward ..............
7 th Ward
's3oa8 , Balance April IStn. 1910..S
1 309 (1 Sr B Cox. County Treaaurer
' 1400 J' T" 'oftakar. Township
450 00 .
Collector. 10B tax levy
' By J. T. Niftakar. Township
Coilactor, ltl(T tax levy . . .
By If. T. Radaran. City Clark.
By 2 per cant Insurance Tax . .
ii rim os
1. 497. CO
10.O34 .6.1 !
2.04 HH '
185. 00 '
8. 488. 09
By Jno. Williams. Toll Collector
By Thos. Rosenfleld Plumbing
By Chaa. J. Smith. Police Mag
istrate By P. H. Wells. J. P.. Acting
By J. H. Cleland. J. P.. Acting
Police Magistrate ........
clearly defined, accord-1 S o'clock, at the family home of the j
319 Brady street. There will
ing to the views of each faction. The : bride
regulars insist they have given the in
surgents everything to which they are
entitled under the rules laid down.
They point to the fact that the Insur
gent members of the committee on
committees all have good places,
among them the following:
La Follette Chairman of census, fi
nance, manufactures, Indian affairs
and some committees of less impor
tance. He was offered appropriations,
generally regarded as the greatest of
all committees, but declined it and in
sisted upon interstate commerce.
Cummins Chairman of civil service,
interstate commerce, judiciary, manu
factures, rules, public expenditures and
a number of smaller assignments. In
addition he has demanded finance.
Bristow Postoffices and postroads,
military affairs, interoceanic canals,
territories. public buildings and grounds jhis little friends came last evening to
be no attendants, and the ceremony
will be witnessed by only the families
and a few intimate friends. The new
home will be on Kirk wood boulevard
after Aug. 1. Miss Phoenix came to
Davenport several years ago with her
parents from Bloomington, 111., where
she was a graduate of the high school
and later a student at St. Mary's col
lege, Knoxville. She is the possessor
of a pretty voice, and is prominent in
musical circles of the city, is a mem
ber of the Harmonie chorus, as well as
other musical clubs. Mr. Betty is a
well known young attorney of Daven
port. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE.
MASTER MARVIN LINCKE HAD A
very pleasant surprise when 18 of
Daily United States Weather Map
U..S. Department of Agriculture.
TOLUS L. MOORE. ChieCf
April 16th. 1911. Balance
Orders paid Accounts as follows: , Cash received f rem various soar-res as fl-
Keservotr expenae 6 B.7 5S o laws
Waterworks Construction . .
Reservoir and Filter Construc
tion .Water Certificates and Interest
Water Rent refund ........
4.220.82 Baianca April 16th, 1910 ....8 83.090.49
28.817.89 I By M. T. Rudgran. City Clerk 69.809.39
April Hth. 1911. Balance ... . 8 2,862.33
and a number of others, including the
chairmanship of expenditures in the
postofflce department. He declined a
place on commerce and demanded a
place on foreign relations.
Bourne Chairman of postofSces and
postroads, commerce, public lands,
printing, public health and a number
of others. He demanded a place on
appropriations, and it is generally be
lieved that this will be conceded to
OX BIG COMMITTEES.
The majority membership of the
great committees follows:
Appropriations Warren of Wyo
ming, chairman; Perkins, California;
Gallinger, New Hampshire; Curtis,
Kansas; Gamble, South Dakota;
Smoot, Utah; Wetmore. Rhode Island;
Dixon, Montana, and probably Bourne,
Finance Penrose, Pennsylvania,
chairman; Cullom, Illinois; Lodge. Mas-
help him celebrate his 10th birthday
anniversary. Games were played and
a birthday supper was served by Mrs.
Lincke and Mrs. W. Kohlmier of Clin
ton. There were present the follow
ing: Willie Mielke, Raymond John
son, Marie Jasper, Gertrude Mord
horst, Myrtle Raithel, Florence Gilbert,
Edna Greenawald, Hugo Meier, Rose
Mordhorst, Leroy Johnston, Hazel
Johnston, Arnold Johnson, Clarence
j Lincke, Bessie Uncke, Ruth Lincke,
Willie Hohenboken, Harry Jasper and
T. H. J. CLUB.
THE T. H. J. CLUB MET LAST
evening at the home of Miss Henrietta
Flannigan, 52S Twenty-fourth street.
In the games the prizes were won
j by Misses Katherine McNeills and Hen
i riette Clark. Refreshments were i
; served and a merry evening spent.
29S I xi 7 . 2?? nil vw-. I
v - T c&4 i 29, . r
CaataaJaaa aaa att ajaC mwm
auat Ue aau as araens aaJ fare
M. T. Rudgren, City Clerk. Truate
pfi1 from July 7th
to Ap'il 1 3th. 1911.. .
I By M. T. Rudgren. City Clerk
8 509.48! Rebate on paving 14th Ave..
199.47 paid by Trl-Clty Railway Co.
April 16th. 1911. Balance..
I)rdrr paid "n Property
He Id era accounts
i in St. io:h to 12 th Ave. ...
: mil St. 1 2th to 14th Ave-....
14 -it Axe. r. Oth to 4 6th rt- . .
-! St 3rd to 12th Ave-...
j;.h St th to 18th Ava
:-:itn St. 7th to 9rh Ava...
2f.'h f-t. 3'h to 7th Ava- ....
7.1i Ave. 30th to 88th St.....
i:rl St. 10th to 11th Ava.....
15th St. 1st to 2ndAn. ....
ath s"t 3rd to 18th Ava. ....
42nd St. 7th to th Ava. ....
SfMh St. No. of 9Vt Ava
4th St. 1st to 2nd Ava
38th St. Oth to 7th Ave. an
, 7th Ave. 3ih to 46th Bt..
I lock . Otfl Town
SUth St. 11th to 14th Ave ..
Blovk 1 ati-i 1 0 Sptncer and
fas' s A11
SSth anfl ::th F;s Watcrmatn
1 2th St. 1 t 4ih Ave
?.-.ih St. to fth Ave. ...
rt.-.th St. f.:h to 7th Ave
!'lh Ave. 'J-lh to 3tth St. Pav
: r. c
Ul't A v. . l'7th r 29th Sta
W'ti r -r mn I and Pwer .....
f ' . 'Ave. 14 th to J.-.th St.....
f l" .W- 3 4-h to 3 5th SC..
.v'. T'tli to 7th St. ....
. !., 1 ;.ili to 11th Ave......
.M Sr. t'rtrniatrt
iT.tti St. I.'.th to 18th Ava..
11th Ave li'.ih to 17th St. ..
34th St. nth to 7th Ave.
ft r h St. 7th to f't h Ave. .....
'-Ptii St 7?h to Ave
4 1 .t St Wclrmaln
"th St. K'lh to 14th Ave. ..
VMh St Srrt to l'Hh Ave. . . .
;ih St. 14th to lr.th Ave
sndlMh Avf. 37th to 38th
4th and 3Sth Sts. and 9th
1 Ave. Sewr
fith St. We terms In
39th ft. 14th Ave to 64 ft
South of l.Mh Ave
C4V St. Iffth to IKth Ave ..
40th St 6th Ave. to 100 ft.
Nit of f.th Ave
Island View Heights Add
G. Rlakeslees Add
Xreil's Add. Sewer and Water
main .Lincoln Court and Krell's Add.
With Ward Sewer
Plxth Ward Watermaln
P. F. Cox. County Treasurer.
Sewer District No. 2
2th St. 10th to 13th Ave. ..
4 1st St. 14th to 18th Ave. ..
Paving Bonds Outstanding . .
Sewer Improvement Bonds
Watermaln and Sewer Bonds .
ftldewslk Improvement Bonds. .
1 44 00
2. 476. 79
1 84 70
8 9 0.6 1
80 On j
4 20 r.ii
a o 00
6 3 Mi
1 7.600 00
l.R 00 on
Balance Aprit 16 th. 1910...
By M. T. Rudgren. City Clerk. .
By P. T. Cox. County Treasur
er 85th and 86th Sta.-Watermaln
By P. F. Cox. County Treasurer
(Account 16th St- Paving)
sachusetts; McCumber, North Dakota; i
The club will be entertained next time
iby Miss Ethel Braithwaite, 2700Va
Smoot, Utah; Gallinger, New Hamp
shire; Clark, Wyoming; Heyburn, Ida
ho, and La Follette. Wisconsin.
The minority members of this com
mittee, which has charee of all tariff
bills, will be as follows: Bailey, Tex- j machinists will hold an open meeting
as; Simmons. North Carolina; Stone, at Industrial home hall at 2 o'clock Fri
Missouri; Kern, Indiana; Williams, ' da-v afternoon, to which all wives of
Mississippi, and Johnson, Maine. machinists, whether belonging to the
Foreign Relations Cullom. Illinois, I organization or not, are welcome. Mol
chairman; Frye Maine; Lodse, Massa-1 ,v Price Cook of Davenport will speak
chusetts; Smith, Michigan; Root, New
York; Borah. Idaho; Burton, Ohio;
Sutherland, I'tah, and one place to be
LADIES TO MEET.
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF THE
on "Woman's Opportunity."
CHARLES E. O'MALLEY OF MO-
Interstate Commerce Clapp, Minne- i line and Miss Margaret Ellen Thomp
sota. chairman ; Cullom, Illinois; Crane, j son were married this morning at the
Massachusetts; Nixon, Nevada; Cum-j Catholic church in Tampico, 111., the
mins. Iowa; Oliver, Pennsylvania: j home of the bride. The couple will re
Townsend, Michigan, and Lippiti, ! side in Moline, where the groom is in
Rhode Island. j business.
Judiciary Clark. Wyoming, chair-
man; Nelfion, Minnesota; Dillingham.! COURT OF HONOR PARTY,
Vermont; Sutherland. Utah; Brandt-! COURT OF HONOR NO. 31 WILL
gee. Connecticut; Borah. Idaho: Root, i give a card nam- at Math's hall tn-
an O aiaan (
0 assadn Aeant a i Q taeart m
.iimi fjaaasaeewtad. Fiji liw ailwnweja ai nslaia
Sv past aaaiet aaeiiaXafkear r.IWll, It U eaaaat Taaaa
a4.wiaaeiUattei Wlailleasat aaases asm.' '
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. DAVENPORT. MOLINE AND VICINITY.
Unsettled with showers tonight or Thursday, not much change in temperature.
Cummins , Iowa, and Brown,
morrow afternoon at 2:30.
I ETUDE CLUB.
THE ETUDE CLUB WILL MEET
tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. J. M.
Slierier, IS Glcnwood avenue, Daven-poit.
Rains in the gulf sections and
showers on the eastern Rocky moun
tain slope and in the Missouri val
ley, with a rainfall of 4.82 inches at
Galveston, are resulting from a
storm of considerable intensity
which is central off the coast of Tex
as and from the Rocky mountain
low, the center of which is now over
Nevada and Utah. Yesterday's
high, with its attendant generally
clear skies, has drifted to the north
Atlantic coast. Owing to the low
pressures to the westward and south
westward, unsettled weather, with
showers tonight or Thursday, Is indi
cated for this vicinity. No important
change in temperature is expected.
High Low Prcip.
yes- last 24hrs.
terd'y. night, inch.
Atlantic City 64 44
Boston 60 42
Buffalo 46 3S
Rock Island 64 45
Denver 62 42
Jacksonville 66 56
Kansas City 62 52
New Orleans 72 60
New York 70 4H
Norfolk 64 40
Phoenix SS 56
St. Louis 64 52
St. Paul 62 4S
San Diego 5S 52
San Francisco 52 4?
Seattle 52 40
Washington, D, C...70 49 .00
Winnipeg 70 46 .00
Yellowstone Park ... .00
During the next 48 hours only slight
changes in the Mississippi will occur
from below Dubuque to Muscatine.
Flood Hgt. Chag.
Btage. 7 a m. 24 bra.
St. Paul H 14 xO.l
Red Wing 14 2.0 xO.l
Reed's Landing 12 17 0.0
a Crosso. 12 2.7 0.0
Prairie du Chien IS 3.5 o.O
Dubuque 1? 3.9 0.1
Clinton 16 3.5 xO 2
Le Claire 10 1.7 0 0
Rock Island 15 3.3 0.0
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
A COMPLIMENTARY RECITAL UN-
der the auspices of the Rock Island i
Musical club will be given at the New ' , APRIL COFFEE PARTY.
Harper Saturday evening. April 2y, at ! THE INDIES OF THE FIRST
S:30. The nroeram at this time will I Methodist church will hold their April
I 1)'' given by Ludwig P.c-ckt r of Chicago, coffee Friday afternoon at the home
who was first concert master hi tluj -f -Mrs. H. E. Casteel Twentieih stieet
'Thomas orchestra, and is one of iliojand Seventeenth avenue.
! best known violinists in the country. :
j He has appeared in r cital in the three )
cities on a previous occasion nnd de-;
lighted his hearers. Mr. Becker will '
April 16th. 1911 Baianca
863. 034. 2f
rrBur libra r t gitneral rrm
have as his accompanist Miss Effio 1
Johnson of this city, who js also a lurni- ,
ber of the club. The recital will be for
club members, who will be admitted
upon presentation of the club member- '
ship iickct. The general public will l;e
admitted upon the payment of 50 cents. !
The club is fortunate in procuring Mr. ;
Becker for this recital, in that they are
making an effort to give to the club :
members the best that can be procured
in the musical line.
The study meeting held at the New '
Harper yesterday afternoon closed the
club's study program for this season, j
The program was very interesting, con-!
sisting of old Scotch, old English and !
old Irish songs, given by Mrs. 13. J. i
Lachner, Mrs. Hayes, piano selections
by Miss Gertrude Volk and Miss Nota
vena Steck, and violin selections by
Mrs. Florence Freistat-Lee. The mis
cellaneous meeting to have been held
May 16 has been postponed because of
Saved His Mother's Life.
"Four doctors had given me un."
writes Mrs. Laura Gaines of Avoca,
La., "and my children and all my
friends were looking for me to die,
when my Fon insisted that I use Elec
tric Bitters. I did so, and they have
done me a world of good. I will al
ways praise them." Electric Bitters is
a priceless blessing to women troubled
with fainting and dizzy spells, back
ahe, headache, weakness, debility,
constipation or kidney disorders. Use
them and gain new health, strength
and vigor. They're guaranteed to sat
isfy or money refunded. Only 50 cents
at all druggists.
Crl n paid from October 80th
ir.03. to April 16th. 1011.8 10.407 M
October 80. 1909 Amount trar.a
tranafarred from city author
ities to Public Library Board
aa per atatuta of State of II
llnots 8 1. 830.21
Amount paid by City on ac
count ob baianca due on for
mer allotments 6.609.86
By Jno. T. Noftaker. Townahlp
By P. T. Cox. County Treaaur
er 4.834 88
By Mlaa E. Gala. Librarian .. 818.61
April 16th. 1911. Baianca.
A Liberal Offer
WE GUARANTEE TO f'lRE DVS
PKI'SIA IK WE FAIL THE
To unquestionably prove to the
j the occupancy of the New Harper par- j people that indigestion and dyspep-
iors oy uie hoik uiauu ciuo. ine an- , sia can ue permanently relieved and
nual business meeting will be held May j that Rexall Dyspepsia tablets will
16 at the home of Mrs. Frank Robin- j b'ring about this result, we will fur
son. 613 Twentieth ctreet. At this time j nish the medicine absolutely free if
the election of officers will be held, re- it fails to give satisfaction to any one
ports of committees and officers will i using it.
be read and plans for the coming year j The remarkable success of Rexall
made. ' Dyspepsia tablets is due to the high
i degree of scientific skill used in de-
QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE. j vl6,ES their formula as well as to the
THE QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE OF iC"e eKxercised in their manufacture,
wherebv the woll known nrnnertlea
the First Methodist church was enter- of hicmi.thc.hnitroto a t,,
rrBLIC LIBRARY BTILDINO TTTSD.
Order paid from October 80th. October 80th. 1909. Amount
1909 to April 16th. 1911.. 8 658.12 transferred from City Au-
Baianre 1.294 76 thorltlea to Public Library
Tlnarrf. as per Statute of
State of Illinois 6
April 16th 111. Balance
tats ml Iltlnot
County mt Rack Island
Rack Island. I1L. April 25. 1911.
C T. Channon -4U solemnly swear
that the above is to the beat
knoarladfe and ballet, a carreet and true account of all moneys received and paid
ut by aae aa Treasurer of the City of Rock Islacd Illinois, during- the year aaaW
tn April 18th. 1911.
8ubacrlbe and aw era ta before me this Twenty-fifth day of April. 1911.
K.. T. Anderson
SPLIT; JARS PARTY
(Continued from Pa.a;e Ooa.)
Hands to the floor of the senate, which,
leaders In both factions admit, would
bring about a party sj-iit
By wire from E. W. Wnsner & Co.,
members of Chlcasro Hoard of Trade.
i Grain, provisions, stocks, and cotton.
: Loral offices at Rook Island house. Rock
i Island. 111. Chicago office. 38-99-100,
Beard of Trade. Local telephone, jno.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
May, 89i, 90. M, 002
July, 878. G5, S7i .
September, SG-, SOvs, S5Ts, fcG-i..
May, 52. 52i. 51, 52Va
July, 52, 524, 52, 52.
September, 53, 53, 53 Vi, 5316 .
May, 31, 31, 31 Vi, 31.
July, 31, 31. 31. 31.
September, 31. 31, 31, 31.
May, 15.65, 15.75, 15.55, 15. G5.
July, 15.15, 15.17, 14.97, 15.12.
May, 8.10, 8.17, 8.10, S.15.
' July. 8.22, 8.27. 8.17, 8.25.
September, 8.30. 8.32, 8.25. 8 32.
May, 8.45, 8.45, 8.37, 8.37.
July, 8.20, 8.22. 8.10, 8.20.
September, 8.05. 8.10. 8.02, 8.07.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpool, April 26. Wheat opened
lower on weakness in Winnipeg and
lower closing at Buenos Aires. Later
there was free covering by shorts.
With the exception of plate all spot
grades were steady at the opening, and
unchanged, with Manitobas firmly held
and an improved demand. There were
no cargoes off coast, and those await
ing orders were -n fair request, and
the continent continues to absorb
rather freely. The Kansas state report
was privately cabled late yesterday
and caused some support. At 1:30 p.
m. the market was firm and unchang
ed to higher.
Corn opened higher and further ad
vanced, with more covering on the
fewer American orders and covering
by yesterday's sellers.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 89 0 90, No. 3 r 87
89. No. 2 hw 89I91. No. 3 hw 87
89, No. 1 ns 1001102. No. 2 ns Wfy
101, No. 3 ns 98100. No. 2 s 92095,
tained last evening at the home of the j have been combined with carmina
Misses Grace and Nathalie Holmes, 1010 j tives and other agents.
Thirty-eighth street. At the business Bismuth-subnitrate and pepsin
session plans were made for a musicale j constantly employed and recognized
to be given at the church May 19, at j by the entire medical profession as
hich time a good program of vocal j invaluable in the treatment of indi
and instrumental music and readings i gestion and dyspepsia,
will be given. A committee, composed Tne pepsin used in Retail Dyspep-
of the president. Miss Nettie Philbi-ook, j sia tablets is prepared by a process j No.' 3 y 51!352, No. 3 y 5253,
and the Misses Julie Eckhart, Grace ; bich develops Its greatest efficiency. ( xQ. 4 61051, No. 4 w 5151. No. 4
Holmes. Myrtle Summers and Garnet j l er;D supplies to the digestive ap-
Warren, was chosen to make arrange-! Paraius one or xne most important
ments for the concert. The
Duluth G6 31
Winnipeg 176 88
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow
Wheat today 347.000 234.000
Year ago 240,000 IGO.OOO
Corn today 434.O00 297,000
Year ago 243,000 GSS.000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 25,000. Ieft over 2.500. Opened
steady at yesterday's prices. Mixed
o.Sufi 6.15, good 5.00ft 6.1', rough 5.70
fj5.S5, light 5.9ofJG.20.
Cattle 15,000; steady.
Sheep 16,000; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs tomorrow 24.000. cattle 3,500,
Hog market steady to 5c higher.
Light 5.90fj6.25. rough 5.70(9 5 90, mix
ed 5.90(fi6.20, heavy 5.95(6.20, pigs
5.8566.20. bulk 6.00 G. 15.
Cattle market steady.
Beeves 4.906.40, cows 2.40fJ5.S0,
stockers 4. 10(55. GO, Texans 4.805.G0,
Sheep steady; 3.00-34.75, lambs 4.5o
Close of Market.
Hogs closed strong to 5c higher.
Mixed 5.856.20, good 5.956.20, rough
5.7505.90, light 5.9506.25.
Sheep steady. x
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 15,000 "6,000 10,000
Omaha 15,000 3,500 7,200
St. Louis 9.000
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 24.000 3,500 15,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, April 26. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 175
U. S. Stel preferred 119
Butter Dairy, 21c; creamery, 22c.
Lard. 10 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 53c.
'Forage Timothy hay, $14.60 to
Clover hay, $15.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; alack.
Wood $4.50 per load.
news -in the time The
v -t in I mwyt f I
Horses Bought Sold
Express Service and Hauling of
C. H. THORNHILL
318 22(1 St. rhoiin W. OKI
No. 3 s 92095, vc 88094, durum 82 J U. S. Steel common 73
Corn No. 2 52 4? 53, No. 2 w 52 0 Pock Island common 28
53, No. 2 y 53 052. No. 3 52052,
i . , 9 . v. j i . i a - -1 j .
prpnir? i rieiiicuis ii uie uigesine num. ana
program consisted of a piano selection
without it the digestion and assimi-
by Miss Myrtle Summers, a vocal solo i lati" of foo,d are impossible.
by Mrs. C.
the study book, "Advance in the An
tilles on the subject. ''The Is'and and i
Its People," were read by members of
the circle. The program was followed
by a social hour, when the hostesses !
served refreshments. I
ties which a'd In relieving tne dis
turbances and pain caused by undi
gested food. This perfect combina-
j tlon of these ingredients makes a
y 51952. Bgm 48049. sgy 48049.
Oats No. 2 31032. No. 2 w 33 Great Northern .
033, No. 3 w 32032. No. 4 w. Northern Pacific
Southern Pacific ,.114
New York Central 106
Missouri Pacific 48
32 032, standard 32 033.
Wheat opened lower; closed
j Corn opened higher; closed to
remedy invaluable for the complete ! Sber.,
relief of indigestion and dyspepsia.
We are so certain of this that we ,
Four points of difference remain to
Sa cArrTAH T a WtllAffo vanra tt or on
urge you to trv Rexall . DvsDeDsia i
Interstate commerce, Cummins on fl- i WILL BE JUNE WEDDING. j tablets on our own personal guaran-Corn 100
nance. Brfcstow on foreign relations and j MR. AND MRS. F. S. PHOENIX OF i tee Three sizes 25 cents 50 cents ;Oats 118
Bourne on appropriations. All of these j Davenport announce the engagement : and $1.00. Remember you can ob-!
are members of the committee on com- of their daughter, Olive E, to H. B. j tain Rexall remedies onlv at T. H. '
! HmpltprR 741L
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r 1 F n I C mam
aiianian j'acinc zzt ;M
Pennsylvania 124 B
Lead 51 j
Chesapeake & Ohio 79
I Hi.rYil. lvn Rtinlil Trantli 7711 !
J ... . . I. . . . lj . i ........ if f 1 ..LMU.
j Baltimore & Ohio 104
Has the biggest stock of new
and second hand goods in the
city. Five large floors and all
full of goods. He is doing the
business in second hand goods
and sells the cheapest.
Goods Sold on Easy
Stop and look over my stock
of trunks, suitcases and all
kinds of goods and get my
prices. I buy, trade or sell
anything of value. If you have
any goods to buy or sell call
me up and you will have
DKAI.EK IX .NEW AM) SEC
OND JTA.NI GOODS.
1505 Second Avenue.
Old phone 1007. New 02O4.
- f i - - ..... . ... ...... . . , .
Today. Contract, j Atchison 109 j
m it tees.
Betty, also of Davenport, the wedding j Thomas Drug company, the Rexa'l
2 ; Sf. Paul 119 i
Copper 63 j
Thr isue between the regulars and 1 to take place Wednesday, June 14. at i store.
day. Week; Year, t
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
April 26. Following are the quota-
Minneapolis 166 142 119 lions on the market today:
THE .NORTHWESTERN Ml'.
Tl'AL LIFE INSLltAXCE CO.
E. J. STACKHOUSE,
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