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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1911.
4.60 9.25. Stotkers 3.00 5.75. Tex
ans 4.105.75. Cows 2.005.90. West
Daily United States Weather Map
erns 4.40 7.25. Calves 5.508.20.
Sheep 10c lower than yesterday's
close. Native 2 504.00. Lambs, na
tive 3.75 6.00. Lambs, western 4.000
U S. Department of Agriculture.
WIUUS L. MOORE. Chiet
6.00. Yearlings 4.0085.30.
Clo of Market,
Hogs closed slow at opening prices
Llgnt 5.406.10. Bulk 5.85 6.15.
Mixed 5.706.23. Heavy 5.80 6.30.
Rough 5.80 6.10.
Cattle, rood strong, others weak.
Top 9 25.
Sheep weak. 10 to .15c lower than
yesterday. Lambs, top 6.00.
Western Live Stock. ."
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Xansas City 18,000 6,000 6,000
Omttha 11,000 3,100 6,000
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 28,000 8,000 20,000
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FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, DAVE X PORT, MOLIXE AXD VICnilTY.
Generally fair tonight and Thursday, moderate temperature. The lowest temperature
tonight will be about the freezing point. '
Tbe area of high pressure which
fUll overlies tbe Ohio valley and tha
south Atlantic sections and a moderate
Ugh mhlch covert tbe eastern Rocky
mourtaln blope have been attended by
generally fair weather from the Rocky
mourtaln plateau to the Atlantic coast.
Moderate temperatures throughout the
northern portions of the observation
field continue to accompany the low
air pressure, which prevails in south
ern Canada. Rains on tbe Pacific
coast are resulting from the northwest
Canadian low an1 from another barom
etric depression that Is over Californii
and Nevada. Owing to this distribu
tion of air pressure generally fair
weather, wlthoir. much change In tem
perature. Is Indicated for this vicinity
tonight and Thursday.
' High Low Pr'cp.
Atlantic City 42 34 . .00
Boston 34 30 .01
Buffalo 38 3S .00
Rock Island 4 33 .00
Demtr 2 28 .00
Jacksonville CO 44 .00
Kansas City r0 38 .00
New Orleans 0 .00
New York 38 30 .00
Norfolk 40 32 .00
Ihoenix CI 38 .00
St. Louis 48 34 .00
St. Paul 48 34 .00
San Diego 64 60 .00
San Francisco 54 32 .42
Seattle 46 42 .62
Washington ... ... 44 26 .00
Winnipeg 30 14 .00
Yellowstone Park .. 14 .00
Flood Hgt. Chang
stage. 7 a.m. 24 hrs.
Dubi:que 18 3.6 xO.l
Rocs Island 15 2.6 0.1
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Today 's Market Quotations
iHv wtr from E W. Wagner & Co..
memoer of Chicago Board t Trad.
Oratn, provisions, stocks and cotton.
Loral ortli-es at Hork Island nous. Kock
Island. Ill Chicago umc. VS-&S-100.
Hoard of Trada. Lak-&1 telephones. N
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS,
December, 93Vi, 93., 82V4, 93s.
May, 98. 98, 97. 98.
July, 93. 93, 92. 93.
December, 61. 61, 61. 61 M.
May. C2 V.. 63, 62, 62.
July. 024. 63, 62. 62.
December. 4fii. 4C. 4C'i, 46.
Muy. 49, 49. 48, 48.
Nolle f I'ubtlrafloa.
Btatn of Illinois, Kock Island Coun-
In thr Circuit Court January Term.
a. u. 111. in cancer jr.
Cora Moore vs. Albert Moor
Affidavit of non-residence of the de
fendant having been filed In the olerk's
office of the circuit court of said coun
ty, notice Is therefore hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant that the
oomplatnant filed her blU of complaint
In said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on the Zvth day of November.
191 1. and that thereupon a summons
Issued out of said court, wherein said
ult la now pending;, returnable on the
first Monday In the month of January
next, as Is by law required.
Now. unleM you. the said non-resident
defendant above named. Albert
Moore, shall personally be and appear
before said court, on the first day of
the nez terra thereof, to be holden at
Kock Island. In and for said county, on
the first Monday In January next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and thinK thert-lr
charged and stated will be taken as
confesned. and a decree entered attain!
you accordlnK to the prayer of said bil.
OEOKOE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock litland. 111., Nov. as. lall.
Adair Pleasants, complainant's solicitor.
Katie f I'abllcatlvsu
Btate of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. To the January
Term, 1S12. In Chancery.
Tlllle Valcourt vs. Valmor Valcourt.
Affidavit of non-residence of the de
ft ndant. Valmor Valcourt. having- been
filed In the clerk's office of the circuit
Kurt of said county, notice la there
fore hereby ajiven to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
fled her bill of complaint In said court,
on the chancery side thereof on the
first day of December 111 and that
thereupon a summons Issued out of said
court, wherein said suit Is now pending,
returnable on th first Monday In the
month of January next, as is by law
Now. unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above named, shall per
sonally be and appear before raid cir
cuit court, on the first day of th next
term thereof, to be holden at Kock Is
land. In and for said county, on the first
Monday In January next, and plead,
answer or demur to the said complain
ant's bill -f complaint, the same and
the mailers and thins: therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed.
nt a decree entered against you ac
cording to tbe prayer of sa.d bill.
Jamn YV. Ma acker compluinaut'a so
licitor. CF.ORG E W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
July. 45"4. 45i. 45Vi. 45.
January, 15..r5. 15.55. 15.40, 13.50.
May, 15.85, 16.00, 13.82, 15.95.
January, 8.87, 8.95, 8 S7, 8.92.
May, 9.12, 9.17. 9.10, 9.15.
January. 8.10, 8.15. 8.10. 8.15.
May, 8.40, 8.43, 8.35, 8.42.
THE CRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Corn No. 2 old 70, No. 3 old 67 69,
No. 2 59So9, No. 3 w S9&59. No.
3 y eld 70, No. 3 y r.9-g 60, No. 4 56
f7, No. 4 w 57ft 57. No. 4 y 56
58, fgm 5455, sgy 55555.
Wheat No. 2 r S56Q96, No. 3 r 92
(5 94, No. 2 hw 9GglOO, No. 3 hw 92
&9G, No. 1 db 1076108. No. 2 ns 105
107. No. 3 ns 102ft 106. No. 2 s 98
104. No. 3 8 9S01O4. No. 4 a 90 102,
c 9'igi03. durum 90 105.
Oats No. 2 47'i. No. 2 w 49 50, No.
3 w 4748. No. 4 w 47'448.
Wheat opened unchanged; closed
Corn opened lower; closed to
Wheat 20 4
Corn 422 6
Oats 92 37 j
Northwest Car. j
To- Last Last i
day. Week. Year, j
Minneapolis 487 372 2G5 '
Duluth 59 71 107
Winnipeg 6C1 394 228
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 776,(H)0 217.000
Year ago 612,000 339,000
Com today 978,000 373.000
Year ago 622,000 495,000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Varket
Hogs today 38,000. Left over 5,230
Opened weak to 6c lower than yester
day's average. Light 5.456.10. Mixed
f..756.25. Heavy 5.85 6.30. Rough
Cattle 22,000. Good steady; othere
Sheep 30,000. Steady at yesterday's
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs Quality fair. Market slow at
5c lower than yesterday's average
Light 5.406.10. Bulk 5.856.10
Mixed 5.706.25. Pigs 4.005.40
Hea'y 5.806 25. Cood 5.956.25
Kough 5.605.95. Yorkers 5.906.00
Cattle steady to 10c lower. Beeves
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Dec. 6. Following are
quotations on the market today:
Gas 139 Vi
Union Pacific 172
U. S. Steel preferred 109 Vi
U. S. Steel common 62
Reading 1 149
Rock Island preferred 49
Hock Island common 25
Southern Pacific . .110
New York Central 105
Missouri Pacific 38
Great Northern 126
Northern Pacific 116
Louisville & Nashville 156
Canadian Pacific ' 239
Cherapeake & Ohio 73
Brooklyn Hapld Transit 77
Baltimore & Ohio 101
St. Paul 109
Lehigh Valley ..177
Republic Stiel rommoti 23
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Dec. 6. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Butter Dairy, 30c; creamery, 37a
Lard, 12 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 72a
Forage Timothy hay, 320.
Clover hay, $15.
Wheat, 80c to 83a
Wild hay, 14 to $13,
New corn, 62c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c: slack.
Estate of EHxabeth Runs, deceased.
The undersigned having- Deen ap
pointed administratrix of th estate of
f;i.saletn Hunge. late of the county of
Kock Island, state of Illinois, deceased.
Hereby Hives notice that he will appear
Vfor th probate court of Rock Inland
eounty, at th probata court room, la
b city of Rock li'.anJ. at th January
term, on th first Atonday in J an ua -
e-xt. at wbicb time all persons having
l.rni astalnat said estate are notined
bi.'i r-1 uoa'.ed to attend for the purpose
vi ..!:. th same adjusted. All pr
iiimi indebted to said estat are re-ojci-vo
to make Immediate pay mad
l.iU tU day of fSiober. A. IX
iJvl. - C r. Rl'NOt
NotU-e of Ftaal Settlement.
Estate of Henry J. Simmon, deceased.
To the helrs-at-law and legatees of
1'ubllc notice Is hereby riven that
the tindcrsijrned. Mary A. Simmon, has
this day filed her final report and set
tlement as such In the probate court
of KiK'k Island county, and that an or
der has been entered by said court ap
proving said report, unless objections
thereto or cause to the contrary be
shown on or before the ITth day of De
cember. A. D. 1911. and upon the final
approval of said report, the said Mary
A. Simmon will ask for an order of dis
tribution and will also ask to be dis
charged. All persons Interested are no
tified to attend.
Rock Island. 111 . Pec. 4. 1S1L
MARY A. F1MMO.V, Executrix.
Estate of Mayer Rosenfield, deceased.
The undersic-ned having been ap
pointed executors of the last will and
testament of .Mayer Rosenfield. late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby s've notice that
they will appe.ir before the Hon. Benja
min Bell. ji:dg-e of the probate court of
Kock Island county, at the probate
court room. In the rltyf Rock Island,
st the February term, on the first Mon
day in February next, at which time all
r-rsxns havlna- claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to at
tend f-r the purpose of havlna; the same
adjusted. A,l persons Indebted to said
estate -re requested to make Immediate
p-merft t tnc undersiarned.
Dated 6th day of Itecember. A. D.
Ill. Ot.RA R FIl.BERMAN.
JOSEPH ROSEN FIELD.
High E. Curtis, attorney.
chocolate, pound ....
Cheese, fancy cream,
five pound bag
Buckwheat, old fashioned kind
pure, ten pound
Sweet cider, Duffy's pure un
Citron, lemon and orange peel
Mackerel, large bright Boston
Three for 25c
Corn, pumpkin, baked beans
and kidney beans,
Canned strawberries, Aurora
brand in good syrup. 1
a can IwC
Black raspberries, Golden Glow
Pickles, small, sweet midireU,
Oocoanut, bulk, white
Ammonia, large bottle
DURAND PENSIONS OLD
FRIENDS AND EMPLOYES
Waiikegan, 111., Dec. 6. Eleven
persons will get pensions of from
$100 to $500 a year by the will of
Calvin Durand, Lake Porest, pro
bated yesterday. The estate is
worth $1,000,000, of which $500,000
is in real estate, mostly in Lake
Forest and $300,000 in personal
property, mainly stock of the Durand
& Kasper company of Chicago, of
which the testator was head. Henry
Durand, president of the State Bank
of Chicago, is named executor and
his bonds are fixed at $600,000 by
Judge Persons. Besides life pen
slons to friends and former em
ployes, the Lake Forest university,
the Alice Home hospital and the As
sociation Home settlement, of which
Henry C. Durand, a son, is president,
receive large sums. Five children
receive $12,000 in stock. They are
Harriett Trowbridge, Lake Forest;
Mable E. Pine, Pottstown, Pa.; Ber
tha Taggy, Lake Forest; Ruth Lewis
Lake Forest; and Henry C. Durand,
Lake Forest. Walter B. Downs of
River Forest, 111., gets $5,000 and
the Alice Home hospital $4,000
Lake Forest university, for the per
petuation of the Calvin Durand
commons; is willed $5,000. The As
sociation Home settlement receives
$4,000. The remainder of the es
tate is willed to the State Bank of
We guarantee everything we
2207 Fourth Are.
NATJRE'S CURE FOR
Only by removing the came can
any chronic Ulcer or Old Sore be
cared. No one will question the
truthfulness of this statement. The
cause is always from an inward
source, never an ovtwward tnnu
ence, and therefore the only possi
ble way to get rid of these places is
to take internal treatment. Pare
blood is the one unfailing cure for
chronic ulcers; just as long as the
circulation is allowed to remain in
un impure condition the place will
be kept open from the constant dis
charge of impurities into it from
the blood. Bat pure blood will
change this condition and the nesh
tissues will be nourished and made
healthy, and then nature will
promptly and permanently heal the
ulcer. S.S.S. is recognized as
the greatest of all blood puriBers
and therein lies its power to cure
old ulcers and sores. It goes into
the circulation, end remotes every
trace of impurity or infectious mat"
let, and so enriches this vital Add
that it nourishes all flesh tissues in
stead of irritating' them with impuri
ties. When S. S. S. has cleansed
the blood and the place has healed
over it is not a surface care, but the
entire ulcer is filled in with healthy
flesh. Book and medical advice free.
6. S. S. is for sale at drug stores.
THS SWIFT SPECIFIC OQl.
Wmm tbe Heart
(Dfl Hue Wllaeai
Comes the delicate flour.
There's only a little.
And around it lies gluten that's
hard and tough bothersome in
To pick this cream of the flour
from the ordinary, we sift it ten
Ten times through fine silk.
And only the daintiest particles,
sifting through, go out as Gold
The rest we deem unfit.
Do you want all of the flour, or just the best of
Will you have milk and cream, or just the cream,
when both cost an equal price ?
There can't be any question.
Then in ordering, Madam, don't merely say
flour." That means any flour.
Say the flour you want say
Chicago, with Henry Durand as
trustee. From the interest the fol
lowing annual life pensions will be
paid: Mary E. Downs, Austin, $600;
Augusta L. Downs, Austin, $600;
Henrietta B. Downs, Austin, $600;
Blanch Downs, Austin, $200; Ida
Gaugh, Grenada, Minn., $200; Mar
ion Hargraves, Rockville, Ind., $200;
Myron Downs. River Forest, $200;
Elizabeth Wells, Bloomfield, N. J.,
$200; Carrie Downs, ' Julundur, In
dia, $200; Libbie Wright, Wauke
gan, $200; Frances Hewitt, Lake
Forest, $250. At the end of five
years ail stock of the Durand &
Kasper company then in the. trus
tee's hands may be sold at the dis
cretion of the son. Then each grand
child shall receive $5,000 and the re
mainder shall be divided equally
among the children. In case a
daughter dies and leaves only a hus
band, he shall receive $10,000.
COLOR LINE IS DRAWN BY
NAVY SPONSOR SOCIETY
Washington, Dec 6. The color
line has been drawn in the United
States Navy Sponsor's association.
This society is made up of women
who have christened vessels of the
United States navy. A decision re
cently based on the discovery that
colliers are used in the navy to carry
coal are sometimes dirty and always
black, has had this result social
lines ' governing tbe organization
have been strained to the breaking
point. Blissfully Ignorant of the bar
that would be raised against her,
Hiss Dorothy Loud, daughter of Rep
resentative Loud of Michigan, a
member of the house committee on
naval affairs, made application for
admission to membership in the
United States Navy Sponsor's asso
ciation. She based this application
on the fact that on Jan. 9, 1911, on
the invitation of the contractors and
the navy department, she broke a
bottle of wine on the bows of the
United States steamship Neptune as
it slid down the ways at Sparrows
Point, Md. All went well until it
was discovered by the committee on
membership that the Neptune is the
prize collier of Uncle Sam's navy,
and Just about the biggest thing of
its kind afloat. The fact that the
Neptune was to carry coal settled
Miss Loud's fate as decisively as if
she had herself been a coal passer
The congressman's daughter was po
litely Informed that her association
with the coal carrying ship was a
blemish which would bar her from
the privileges of membership in the
United States Navy Sponsor's asso
ciation. The society would gladly
forget her early mistake, however,
and welcome her as a sister; she was
told. If she could at some future
time christen some ship for the navy
not designed for a seagoing coal
Colds Cause Headache.
Laxative Bromo Quinine, the world
wide cold and grip remedy, removes
cause. Call for full name. Look for
signature E. W. Grove. 25 cents.
AN OLD-TIME PRESCRIPTION
In a modern product From tftne imme
Dorial sage and sulphur have been osed
tot the hair and scalp. Almost ever;
ess knows of the value of sudt a com
bloatioa for darkening the hair and mas
be It grow. Ia olden times tbe only wsJ
to get a hair tonic of this sort was tst
brew It ia the home fireplace, a method
which was troublesome and not always
satisfactory. Nowadays almost every up-to-date
druggist can supply bis patrons
with a ready to use product, skillfully
Oarapoiiaded la perfectly equipped labor,
tones. 8oeh a preps. ration ia Wyeth's
Base and Sulphur, which, is sold by all
leading dronists lor 60c. and $1.00 a
bottle, of which is sent direct by the
Wyerh Chemical Company, 74 Cortland!
tt Nc. X Cit, npoa receipt ot firjgfc
for body snd brajn you will
find in our high grade breads.
Our bread has stood tbe test
for years and Is acknowledged
by the people to be the very
best of bread baking in tempt
ing deliciousnesB, fine flavor
and nourishment. Our bake
stuffs are the best that can
be obtained anywhere.
Take home some of our do
liriou home made caramels to
the wife, 'laughter or sweet-,
heart. They would enjoy
them very much.
1710-1718 Second Avenue- rj
Old Phone West 156. Q