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- THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1911,
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FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAJfD. D A VE VPORT. HOUSE ANT VICTXITX.
Generally fair tonight and Saturday, continued warm.
Canadian Pad 15 c 242
Pennsylvania .M . . 124
Chesapeake & Ohio 84
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 81
Baltimore & Ohio 107
Locomotive ... ... 41
St. Paul 129
Lehigh Valley 178
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
June 9. Folio-wins are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Butter Dairy, 21c; creamery, 22 c
Corn, per bushel, 65c
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, $15.
Clover hay, $15.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; alack,
Wood, $4.50 per load.
IT IS HOT
Dr. Harvey Wiley Says If You
Like Beefsteak Don't Deny
SUBSIST ON MIXED DIET
f Scattered showers and thunder
storm from the Rocky, mountain re
Ion .and Ut Missouri alley eastward
to .upper lakes have attended the
low pressures which prevail in the
Missouri valley and the Canadian
northwest. This barometric depres
sion to also causing- Ugh temperatures
throughout 4the central valleys. Rela
tively' nigh, pressures and generally
fair -weather are noted tn the eastera
secttona, .except that showers have oc
cured; along; the south Atlantic coast
Because of this distribution of air
L pressure, generally fair and continued
warm -weather is indicated for this vi
cinity tonight and Saturday. ,
High Low Prcp.
yes- last 24hrs.
terd'y. night inch.
Atlantic City 70 68 .00
Boston 70 57 .00
Buffalo ..... . 72 58 .00
Rock Island S5 72 .05
Denver 86 60 .03
Jacksonville 84 68 .02
Kansas City 100 78 .00
New Orleans 98 78 .00
New York city ... 74 61 -00
Norfolk 66 62 .00
Phoenix 100 70 .00
St Louis 90 72 .00
St Paul 86 70 .00
San Diego 66 56 -0o
San Francisco ; 54 48 .00
Seattle 56 48 .00
Washington, D. C. . 74
Yellowstone P. ark. ..
Prairie da Chi en.. .
Dubuque ... -
Flood Hgt. Chng.
stage. 7 a.m. 24hrs.
. 14 2.3 xO.S
. 14 3.3 0.0
, 12 3.3 x0.2
12 5.6 x0.3
, 18 5.5 x0.3
. 18 5.8 0.0
, 10 2.9 0.2
, 15 4.6 02
During the next 48
hours a falling tendency in the Mis
sissippi will continue from below Du
buque to Muscatine.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
l Br wire from EL W. Vtciitr A Co
members of Chicago Board of Trade.
Grain, provlaiona, stocks, and cotton.
Local offices at Rock Island bouse. Book
Island. 111. Chicago otnoe. s--100.
Board of Trade. Local telepboae. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
Jury. 0. 92. 0. 92.
September, 89, 90. 89. 89.
December, 91, 91. 90. 91.
jQjy. 64, 55. 54, 65.
September, 65, 57, 65, 56.
December, 54. 55. 54. 55.
July, 37. 38. 37. 38.
September. 37. 39. 37. 39.
December, 38. 40, 38. 40.
Jury. 15.16. 15.62. 15.15. 15.62.
. September. 14.97, 15 JO, 14.97. 1530.
July. 8.25, 8.87. 8.26, 8.37.
September, 8.35, S 52, 8.38. 8.50.
July. 8.12, 8.40. 8.12. 8.37.
September, 8.12. 8.37. 8.12. 8.37. .
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpool. June 9. Wheat opened
steady. The American government re
port was considered bearish, but this
was offBet by shorts in July covering
on later predictions of lighter world's
shipments than were expected and the
light cargo arrivals. Later and toward
noon there was some realizing on the
rains in Russia and continued favor
able European crop advices. At 1:30
p. m. the market was steady for July
and higher, while October was un
der pressure at decline.
Corn unchanged and neglected.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 92 93, No. 3 r 89
91, No. 2 hw 92094, No. 3 hw 89 92.
No. 1 ns 98101, No. 2 n 970100. No.
8 ns 9699. No. 2 s 9496, No. 3 a 92
094, vc 85095, durum 85092.
We will give Saturday one piece of granite worth
as high as 25c with two pounds of coffee for 60c.
or one pound of tea for 60c
or spice3 to the amount of 60c
or extracts to the amount of 40c
Below we offer some good cut prices.
One-half pound bitter chocolate 19c
One half pound can cocoa 10c
One package breakfast food g(
Maple syrup per bottle 20c
Miller's lasting starch t 7C
One pound package corn starch 7q
One pound package soda 7c
Four pounds Jap rice for 2 6c
One can Gibson soap polish 7j
No credit with above goods.
1818 Third avenue. Bock Island
Forward extension handle bars, three coil spring sad
dle, coaster brake and equipped with our own brand of
JOHN KOCH 218-17th St.
Corn No. 2 54 055. No. 2 w 54
55, No. 2 y 550 55, No. 3 540
54, No. 3 w 5454, No. 3 y 54
065. No. 4 50050, No. 4 w 50051,
No. 4 y 60051. sgm 45 47, agy
Oats No. 2 w 38 0 38, No. 3 w 37
038, No. 4 w 3737, standard
38 0 38.
Wheat opened higher; closed
Corn opened unchanged; closed un
Wheat . 27
Corn 478 237
Oats 246 111
To- Last Last
day. Week. Year.
Minneapolis 161 129 148
Duluth 19 74 27
Winnipeg 128 106 169
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today x 397.000 291.000
Year ago 276,000 266,000
Corn today 858,000 680,000
Year ago 451.000 737.000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market
Hogs 13.006. Left over 2.000. Opened
strong. Mixed 5.9006.25. good 6.950
6.15, rough 6.7005.90, light 5.9006.22
Cattle 1,500; strong.
Sheep 5,000; steady.
Nine O'clock Market
Hogs 6c higher. Light 5.95 06.30,
mixed 6 90 06.30, heavy 6.05 0 6.30, pigs
5.7006.20, bulk 6.1006.25.
Beeves 6.1506.50," cows 2.1005.85.
stockers 4.2605.60. Texan s 4.900 6.80,
calves 6.75 0 8.15.
Sheep 3.5004.90, lambs 5.2507.20.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed 6c higher than early and
10c higher than yesterday. Mixed 6.95
06.35. good 6.05 06.25, rough 5.850
6.00. light 5.95 0 6.32.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 11.000 1.500 4.000
Omaha ... . 10,000 700 900
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 9.000 300 3,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York. June 9. Following are
the Quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 186
U. S. Steel preferred .1 118
U. S. Steel common 77
Rock Island common 83
Southern Pacific 120
New York Central 110
Missouri Pacific 51
Great Northern 139
Northern Pacific 136
Louisville Nashville 152
Shun Ice and Cold Drinks, of Course,
and Reduce Your Rations
Dont take up any food fads.
Eat whatever you want, but don't
Subsist on a mixed diet. All this
talk about vegetables or fruits alone
being a panacea makes me sick.
Dont drink Ice cold concoctions.
PnU many a youth has cone to his sar
eopbacas By ponrloar tea cold drinks idovo his hot
Hot Weather Advice by Dr. Harvey
W. Wiley, Food Expert of Depart
ment of Agriculture.
It's silly to lay down rules of diet
In these days, when most folks are
busy battling for mere existence, says
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, chief of the fcn-
reau of chemistry, department of agri
culture, who Just now Is telling peo
ple how to keep comfortable In hot
"Most people are obliged to eat what
ever they can get," Is the encouraging
message of the health expert "Those
who bare any choice, however, first of
all should be moderate In everything
at the table. The human system was
built for a mixed diet The ages have
proved that moderation In food Is best
for mankind, so why should we pay
any attention to any of the faddists
that occasionally arise to claim atten
tion? "If you have been in the habit of eat
ing a steak now and then or a chop
or a piece of roast meat in cold weath
er there is no reason for eliminating
it from your menn simply because
the weather has turned warm. Merely
cut down the quantity. When the
weather is hot there is no necessity for
supplying so much heat to the system.
We do not need so much coal to keep
the human engine going.
"It is really dangerous to drink ice
water. Water too cold and drank in
large quantities chills and congests the
coating of the stomach. Mauy people
distill or filter their water to free it
from pathogenic germs and afterward
add ice to it, not knowing that the Ice
Is Just as liable to be filled with germs
as is the water. The habit Is found
to result from the Ignorant belief of
some people that so called microbes
cannot live in lea that by bringing the
water to a freezing point these germs
are killed. But freezing produces only
suspended animation in the pathogenic
germs causing our common diseases.
They merely hibernate in the Ice. The
longer It takes water to filter through
a porcelain filter the more thoroughly
it is freed from germs.
WHY LESS FOOD IS WEEDED.
"Less food is needed in the summer
because the body's radiation of beat
is greatly . reduced. With a normal
body temperature of 88 degrees, we go
out into the winter's cold, often when
the air is sero or below. During such
weather the beat of the body Is con
stantly being radiated off into the cold
air, which la another way of defining
the process by which we get chttled
in the winter. But in the summer the
air about us is so hot often hotter
than our bodies that we radiate- little
or none of oar beat Into it
"There Is about as much nourish
ment in a pound of wheat as in a
poond of beef. Wheat is the better
food for the working-man because it
is a balance ration, containing all three
of the principal nutrient constituents
of food, which are . protein, carbohy-
Stop That Torturing
A headache is irritating, nerve-rack
ing and therefore weakening. Worst of
all there's a cause An organic disorder
that yon must not neglect. Don't con
tinue to suffer don't drift into serious ail
ments get a package of Caparina today.
stops the worst headache almost instant
ly and then relieves and cures the condi
tion that produced it. Colds, constipa
tion, biliousness and grip yield quickly
to this remarkable preparation. Capa
rine is a tonic and stimulant and a gentle
laxative. Be prepared for the next
headache get a package today. At all
druggists 10c and 25c. DeKalb Drug &
Chemical Company, Ltd., DeKalb, 111.
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Afternoon and Evening
Dancing in the evening
un YdDEflir Way
eh ttlhe TiroBIley
dPates and fatst reciulred to prod ace
heat and energy in the adult and fur
thermore to build np tissue in the
young1 while they are growing. When
a pound of meat la eaten it supplies
only protein, which is the element
which builds tissue. Adults need a
certain amount of protein to boOd up
the waste tissues, but they do not need
nearly so much as the growing child.
"In the'summer we should eat more
of the succulent foods of the vegeta
ble class and less of the concentrated
foods of the animal category. While
we should eat less in hot weather, we
must never keep the stomach empty.
The stomach and intestines need to be
distended. Should the nutrient constit
uents be extracted from hay and fed
to a horse In concentrated form the
animal would die. The human stom
ach as well as that of the horse needs
a large amount of indigestible mate
rial to keep the alimentary canal open.
"Potatoes and fat meat are the best
foods for the laboring man; also sugar
sirup. A lump of sugar will restore
elasticity to the muscles ' of a tired
man as promptly as will alcohol, and
the advantage of the sugar is the ab
sence of a harmful reaction. Men on
forced marches, athletes and those
who make heroic physical efforts of
any kind should carry lumps of sug
ar to eat from time to time."
A SAFE BANK
A Story of Daniel Drew.
When Sir Morton Peto visited this
country with a Jarge assortment of
railroad schemes in his head he gave
a grand dinner, at which old Daniel
Drew was present When the com
pany were in good humor Sir Morton
developed his plans in detail and did
it very plausibly. Drew listened to the
end and then, turning to the gentle
man sitting next to blm. remarked.
"We ain't goln to do none o' them 'ere
things." That ended it
The first and most important consideration in the
investment of money is the reliability of the bank
in which it is to be deposited, and the success of a
bank and safety of funds deposited depends upon
the judicious administration of the bank's affairs.
The officers of this good strong bank are practical
bankers of wide experience and the directors are
selected men of high financial standing who have
extensive interests throughout the ' city and sur
rounding country. The policy of the bank is a3 lib
eral as is consistent with security.
Quits a Criminal.
"I suppose there's none of us better
than we should be."
"Indeed, no! I was thinking It over
last night Why, only yesterday I was
guilty of killing time, murdering a
tune, smothering a yswn. stealing a
kiss, cutting a creditor and breaking
Into a perspiration." London Tit Bits.
4 Interest Paid on Savings
Rock Island Savings
1 1721 Second Ave. Bank. 1 Rock 'stand, III.
H. 8. Cable, pres.; H. P. Hall, v. pre-; P. Greenawalt, v. pres.;
A. L. LLnlstrom, cashier; II. K. Sudlow, assistant cashier.
Capital and surplus . . S200.OO0.0O
Undivided profits 9200,000.00
Deposits, over - $2,1 Oo ooo.OO
Wins FTaht Tor Life.
It was a long and bloody battle for
life that was waged by James B. Mer-
shon. of Newark, N. J., of which he
writes: "1 had lost much blood from
lung hemorrhages, and was very weak
and rundown. For eight months I
was unable to work. Death seemed
close on my heels, when I began, thrte
weeks ago. to use Dr. King's New Dis
covery. But It has helped me greatly.
It is doing all that you claim." For
weak, sore lunges, obstinate coughs,
stubborn colds, hoarseness, la grippe,
asthma, hay fever or any throat or
lung trouble its supreme. 50c and $1.00
Trial bottle free. Gauraneed by all
Edward Dierolf Ice Cream Company
Guaranteed Pure Ice Cream Made Fresh Every Day.
- "" Special Prices for Large Quantities.
Wholesale and Retail Milk and Cream
Old phone 1397-L,
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impurities in the circulation produce angry, discharging ulcers, while
milder, inert germs- are usually manifested in the form of indolent
sores or dry, scabby places. External treatment can never cure an
internal trouble, therefore no one should depend upon selves, washes,
lotions, etc., alone to cure a chronic sore. It is necessary to remove
the cause before the place can heal. S.S.S. heals Old Sores by going
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the best of all blood purifiers and therefore a natural remedy for old
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