SATUKDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MAY 8, 1920.
SEtID PRICE OF
onnri nr'ni inn
.Willi I UltlU.wl.lU
Chicago, May 8. Persistent heavy
telling onr toe part of a bouse with
eastern connections tended today
to weaken the corn market- Bear
lsh forecasts of the government
crop report were also effective In
Furthermore, there was appar
ently a disposition to anticipate
gradual improvement in railway
traffic conditions. Opening prices.
which ranged from lc decline to
c advance, with July 1.71 to
1.72 and September 1.61 to
1.62 14 were followed by a decided
setback all around and then some
thing of a rally.
. Oats paralleled the action of corn.
After opening Me to lc off, in
cluding July at 92c to 92c, the
market sagged further before be
ginning to react.
. Advances in hog values gave only
transient strength to provisions.
Grain weakness was an offset..
Subsequently, week end cover
ire hv Khnrta npjirlv nvt-rrnmo tho
effects of the early weakness, but
the upturns failed to last. The
lose was heavy lVfee to 2c net
lower, with July 1.71 to 1.71,
and September 1.61 to 1.61.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Chicago, May 8. Corn, No. 2
mixed, 2.04; No. 3 mixed, 2.00(a)
2.02; No. 4 mixed, 2.00; No. 2
yellow. 2.05; No. 3 yellow, 2.04
2.05; No. 4 yellow, 2.002.01; No.
2 white, 2.03; No. 3 white, 2.02fi
2.03; No. 6 white, 1.95; sample,
1.52 (i 1.75.
Oats,. No. 2 white, 1.141.15;
No. 3 white, 1.121.13.
: Wheat, No. 2 red. 3.05; No. 1
northern spring, 3.30; No. 2 mixed
uye, iso. z, znz.
Timothy seed, 10.00?m 50.
Clover seed, 25.0035.00.
May 8, 1920.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close
May ..-..1.91 1.92 1.89 1.90
July 1.71 1.73 1.70 1.71
Sept, . L61 1.63 1.60 1.61
July .92 .93 .92 ' .92
Sept. ...76 .77 .76 .76
May . 36.00
July 37.00 37.00 36.75 36.85
July ,2L15 21.20 21.15 21.20
Sept. 22.07 22.07 21.90 21.97
July ..... 18.92 18.92 18.85 18.90
; Sept. 19.52 19.47 19.47
May 8, 1920.
Creamery extras. .......59
- Firsts 55 58
Seconds . . ... 4 1
Twins .. 27
young Americas 29
Receipts 6 cars
. Chicago, May 8. Potatoes: firm;
receipts 19 cars; Northern White,
Backed and bulk, 7.357.50 per
Weekly Grain and
Chicago, May 8. Famine prices
for corn have been reached this
week. Despite abundance of corn
on farms, acute scarcity prevailed
at the leading terminal markets,
and sent values skyward. Compar
ed with a week ago, corn quota
tions this morning were 5c to
lZc higher, oats showed 2c to
6c advance, and provisions var
ied from 20c decliue to a rise of
Urgent buying on the part of
shorts forced the corn market to
wild jumps and at times even the
hardiest speculators hesitated to
nell in view of the existing railway
traffic conditions, with not enough
grain arriving here to meet hand-to-mouth
demand. Ordinary No. 2
yellow corn soared for above $2 a
bushel, whereas not so many years
ago the farmers' ideal was $1 a
bushel for wheat, not to mention
corn. Tightness of domestic bank
ing credits failed to check In any
lasting way the upward swings of
the market, and the same was true
of reports that the Japanese finan
cial situation showed persistent se-
, vere strain. Only temporary bear
ish influence, too, resulted from
better wealth and more favorable
crop reports, such factors being
more than offset by talk of broad
export demand for wheat.
Oats were governed chiefly by
the action of corn.
Provisions borrowed strength
from grain. Nearly all deliveries
Centenary of the birth of Henry
Bergh, the New York philanthropist
who formed the first society in
America for the prevention of cruel
ty to animals.
X Jubilee exhibition is opened at
the Metropolitan Museum of - Art
: in New York, today by way of cele
brating tho museum's 50th anniver-
w' ; " .
OIL -JO RAIL
New York, May 8. Oils and rails
divided the honors of today's stock
market, displaying greater activity
than such favorites as steels, equip
ments and motors.
Royal Dutch rose 4 points to a
new high record and Mexican Pe
troleum was bought extensively,
advancing 12 points. Crucible
Steel featured the high priced in-
; dustrials at a 5-point rise, but other
issues of that group were compara
The demand for rails began with
heavy buying of Texas & Pacific, at
a gain of almost 3 points. New
Hayen, Rock Island and Missouri
Pacific, also such investment shares
as Reading and Southern Pacific,
made irregular gains.
The closing was strong. Sales
approximated 375,000 shares.
American Beet Sugar 94
American Can 41
American Car & Foundry ,...135
American Locomotive 96
American Smelting & Refin... 61
American Sumatra Tobacco.. 90
American T. & T 94
Anaconda Copper 57
Baldwiu Locomotive 115
Baltimore & Ohio 35
Bethlehem Steel "B" .
Central Leather . 74
Chesapeake & Ohio 53 I
Chicago, Mil. & St, Paul 35
General Motors (new) ...
Great Northern Ore Crfts.
Int. Mer. Marine prfd. ...
. 30 i
Kennecott Copper 27
Mexican Petroleum 186
New lork Central 71
Norfolk & Western 91
Northern Pacific 75
Ohio Cities Gas 40
Republic Iron & Steel 97
Sinclair Consol. Oil 36
Southern Pacific 96
Southern Railway 22
Studebaker Corporation 82
Texas Co. (new) 50
Tobacco Products 66
Union Pacific 118
United States Rubber 99
United States Steel 97
Utah Copper 70
Westinghouse Electric 49
Willys Overland 20
Illinois Central 85
Rock Island 35
Standard Oil prfd. 104
Illinois: Fair tonight and Sun
day; rising temperature Sunday in
west and north portions.
Missouri, Wisconsin and Iowa:
Fair tonight and Sunday; rising
Indiana: Generally fair tonight
and Sunday; little change in tem
perature. Money and Exchange.
New York, May 8. Mercantile
paper, v; exchange, irregular;
sterling, demand 3.82, cables
3.83; francs, demand 15.82, ca
bles 15.80; Belgian francs, demand
14.92, cables 14.90; guilders, de
mand 36, cables 36: lire, de
mand 19.77, cables 19.75; marks,
demand 1.90, cables 1.91.
Government bonds, irregular;
railroad bonds, easy. .
Chicago, May 8. (U. S. Bureau
of Markets Report). Cattle re
ceipts, 2,500; mostly steady; com
pared with week ago: heavy beef
steers and heavy fat cows, steady
to lower; medium and light weight,
25c to 50c higher; some yearlings
up more; canners. 25c higher;
calves, 25c to 50c lower; stockers
and feeders, generally 50c higher.
Hog receipts, 10,000; market 15c
to 2ac higher; medium and heavy
advancing most: top price, 15.40;
bulk, light and light butchers, 15.10
15.35; bulk 250-pounders and
over, 14.0014.75; pigs, steady to
25c lower; bulk, 100 to 125 pound
Sheep receipts, 2,000; strong to
higher; prime, 90 pound shorn
lambs, 19.10. Compared with week
ago: shorn lambs, 75c to 1.00 high
er; wool lambs, around 50c higher;
sheep, unevenly lower.
Toledo, Ohio, May 8. Clover
seed: prime, cash, 26.00; October,
24.25; December. 23.35.
Alsike: prime, cash, 24.00.
Timothy: prime, cash ' (1917),
5.45; cash (1918), 5.45; cash (1919),
5.60: May, 5.60; September, 6.75;
October, 5.52 ; December, 5.57.
Weather Forecast j
(tJ?l?STk) T WELL PUWrN i XL r3 "JHiS'Lt BE AsJ , I THERE- IT'S AH. mM
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Cyrus Chnrehill First in Oratorical
Honors of Bis; Eight
Cyrus Churchill, a member of the
1920 class of the Moline high
school, was winner of te Big
Eight oratorical contest which was
held in Canton, 111., last evening.
Robert Wood of Canton took sec
ond place and a member of the Ke
wanee high school took third place.
The winners were awarded hand
some gold, silver and bronze med
als. The subject chosen for the ex
temporaneous speeches was "Pres
PUPILS TO HELP
IN CITY CLEANUP
East Moline school children as
well as their elders will have a
part in the big campaign of spring
cleaning to be launched next week.
! Some of East Moline's most promi
nent business and professional men
and women have been engaged to
l eive hrief talks to the children early
in the week, enlisting their enthus-j
iasm ana cooperation, as as
using their services to spread the
news of the drive throughout the
Dr. E. A. Soule, Jean A. Pope
and F. A. Railsback will speak at
the Lincoln school; Mrs. Frances
Larkin and Mrs. Richardson will
speak at the John Deere school;
Principal John W. Casto will speak
at the high school; Mrs. J. Newton
Phillips will speak at the Garfield
school; J. H. Anderson, Dr. H. J.
Love and Dr. Lewis D. Barding will
speak at the McKinley school and
Beverly Smith, secretary pt the col
ored Y. M. C. A., will speak to the
pupils of Campbell colored school.
Employes of the Moline Dispatch
numbering more than one hundred,
went to Muscatine this afternoon by
interurban to inspect the recently
completed home of the Muscatine
Journal after which the new Dis
patch office, soon to be erected, will
be patterned. A special car was
chartered to accommodate the dele
gation. After the inspection the
staff will be guests of their em
ployers at a dinner served in the
Hotel Muscatine late this evening.
HUMPHREYS IS NOT
GUILTY, J. P. SAYS
The Carl Humphreys trial, which
has agitated many residents of the
annexed territory in the southeast
of Moline during the last two
weeks, ended last evening when
Humphreys was found not guilty
by Justice F. C. Entrikin of a charge
of cruelty to animals. Humphreys
was arrested on complaint of
Corinne Belle Bustard, who
charced he cruelly and inhumanely
i beat his horse.
Witnesses for the deefnse de-
clared Humphreys was never guilty
of beating his horse.
Kansas City Cash Grain.
Kansas City, May 8. Cash
wheat: unchanged to 6c higher;
No. 1 hard, 3.0S3.18; No. 2, 3.05
3.16; No. 1 red, 3.063.07; No. 2,
Corn, unchanged; No. 2 mixed,
1.8S1.S9; No. 2 white, 1.921.94;
No. 2 yellow, 1.901.92.
Oats, unchanged ; No. 2 white,
1.211.22; No. 2 mixed, L171.20.
New York, May 8. Bar silver,
L04; Mexican dollars, .78.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City, Mo., May 8. Hog
receipts, 200; all weights, 10c high
er; top price, 14.70; bulk, light to
medium, 14.0014.70; bulk, heavy,
Cattle receipts, 750. For week:
beef steers, mostly 25c to 75c low
er; She-stock, mostly 25c to iOo
lower; canners, weak; close,
steady; vealers, 1.00 1.50 lower;
heavy calves, 50c lower; feeders,
mostly 25c to 50c lower.
Sheep; no receipts; market for
week: lambs, 751.00 higher than
last week's close; sheep, steady to
. Liberty Bonds.
New York, May 8. Final prices
today, were: 3s, 91.86; first 4s,
86.00; second 4s. 85.06; first 4s.
86.50; second 4s, 85.16; third
4s, 89.00; fourth 4s, 85.70; Vic
tory 3s, 95.92; Victory 4s, 96.02,
State Health Officer fat East Moline
to Head Off Threatened Small
Students atending the East Mo
line public schools must be vac
cinated or leave school for an in
definite period probably several
weeks or until all danger of a ser
ious smallpox epidemic in that city
has been averted, Mayor G. F.
Johnson announced today. The rul
ing becomes effective Monday
morning. Mayor Johnson stated
that he did not believe this action
would seriously interfere with
school work, as only about 10 or
15 per cent of the children are un
vaccinated. There were no new
cases of the disease reported in the
city today. Ten houses are at
present placarded. There are 16
cases known to the authorities.
S. S. Winner of the state board
of health, arrived in East Moline
this morning to make a survey of
the city and see what measures
could be taken to check the spread
of the disease. It was at his recom
mendation that the children were
ordered to be vaccinated. He has
called a meeting of
heads for this afternoon in the
office of the mayor to persuade
them to have all their employes
vaccinated or forced into quaran
tine. Mayor Johnson this morn
ing expressed little doubt but that
this stringent measure would be
taken by factory owners to stop
the spread of the plague.
Mr. Winner will make a survey of
Moline and Rock Island next week
investigating the number of cases
of smallpox and general health
Funeral of Fred J. Savag.
Funeral services for- Fred J.
Savage, former Moline resident who !
died Thursday in Bloomington, 111.,
where he had been stationed since
1915 as manager of the Deere &
10. branch house, will be held at
30 Sunday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. E. H. Sleight, S26 Seven-1
teenth street. Rev. P. C. Ladd will !
officiate and burial will be in Riv
erside cemetery. Mrs. Savage, the
widow, the daughter, Mrs. Cleveland
Cross and Mr. Cross will arrive
this evening to attend the services.
Henry J. Fortkamp.
Henry J. Fortkamp of 1505
Third avenue, Moline, died at 2:40
this morning in the Moline city
hospital. His home had been in
Moline since November, when he
came here from Quincy. He was a
machinist at the Silvis shops. Mr.
Fortkamp was born Aug. 22, 1S63,
at ML Sterling and was married to
Miss Rose Schempemper in April,
1917. His widow is the only sur
vivor, funeral services will be
conducted at his former home in
CITY'S GUEST TO
SPEAK AT DINNER
Governor Charles H. Brough of
Arkansas, who with a delegation of
Arkansas farmers and business
men will come to Moline Monday on
a tour of inspection of farm imple
ment factories, will be the chief
speaker at the 100th meeting of the
Moline After Dinner club Monday
evening. This arrangement was
made possible through a combina
tion of the club meeting and the
banquet which was to have been I
given at the Manufacturers' hotel to
members of the Arkansas delega
tion. Judge Evan A. Evan, who was to
have been the club speaker, will
not lie able to be present. Rev.
Paul Brown, one of the founders
of the organization, will be called
npon for a brief address.
Peoria, 111., May 8. Hogs: Re
ceipts, 500; hod overs, 500; offer
ings cleared; steady, active; top
price. J14.75; bulk, f 13.5014.75;
lights, $14.5014.75; mediums,
$14.00014.75; heavies, $13.00
Cattle: receipts, 75; steady; ac
tive. Peoria Grain.
Peoria, 111., May 8. Corn: un
changed to 2c higher; No. 2 yeiV
low, 2.02; No. 3 yellow, 1.98; No. 2
mixed, 2.00; No. 3 mixed, 1.98
1.99; No. 4 mixed, 1.95; No. 6 mixed,
Oats: 2c higher. No. 3 white,
j Moline Obituary
ALEDO MEN GO
WEST TO LIVE
Eight Former Soldiers Propose to
Take Up Government Land in
Nine ex-service men are expected
to leave tonight for Gillett, Wyo.,
where they will take up claims
which the government offers ex
soldiers. This announcement was
made this morning following the
receipt' of a telegram from Clyde
D. Dexter, former service man, and
now assistant farm advisor of
Mercer county who Wednesday left
for Wyoming as a representative
of the nine Aledo men to investi
The wire from Mr. Dexter was
enthusiastic in tenor regarding the
homestead land. His wire stated:
"Land, excellent rolling and graz
ing, easily worth $3,000 when im
proved. Advice you to leave Sat
urday for Gillett. Will meet you
The men interested are Frank
Brown, Hays Hall, Monroe Alm
quist, Tom Kenney, H. K. Whittier,
H. A. Doutt, Lex Petrie, Meyer
Giebrich and Chester Painter.
According to the plan, 10 sec
tions will be taken up in one block,
thereby making possible a home
community of comrades which will
afford the best opportunity for close
According to present, regulations
governing the taking of claims,
every man is required to live on his
land six months of the year for
three years. However, there is a
clause providing for war veterans,
which gives credit for every year
the ex-soldier spent in the service.
The local men will only be re
quired to make a stay upon their
land for about six months to secure
ownership, each having spent more
than two years in the service. Of
course, the land must be improved
and tilled, according to the home
II S. ROAD BULLETIN
On account of the favorable
weather conditions, according to J.
M. Sherier of the local weather bu
reau in his weekly road report, all
roads have improved greatly, and
the mud holes that were so numer
ous last week are rapidly drying up,
though there are many rough
stretches. A great amount of drag
ging has been done.
The following conjitions prevail:
Rock Isl&nd-Chieajro via Oenesro. Men
dots and Aurora. Rough between Atkin
son and Sheffield: especially bad place one
half mite west of Annawao. Detour one
mile out of Atkinson, goin? east. Else
where, fair, except at the approaches to
the Colona bridge over Rock river.
Cedar Ranids'hieaeo via Clinton and
Linroln Highway. From Cedar Rapids
to Clinton, pood: bad place repaired.
Clinton to Morrison, roush but.dry. Mostly
R-ood to rough from Dixon to Chicago,
except where torn up for construction
work north of Ashton and at Wheaton.
Detour on county line north of Ashton
and from Weut Chicago via St. Charles
road to Lombard.
Rock Isutnd-Stertuic via River Valley
Route. The water is now off between
Hillsdale and Erie and the road is in fair
or passable condition.
Davenport-lles Molnea via River to River
Road. Davenport to Victor fair to good,
except rouffh spots in low pla-ea and a
place four miles west of Oxford that is
planked. West of Victor mostly fair to
roiizh, but numerous bad places from
Victor to about six miles west of Brooklyn.
IaveDport-l)es Moines via Oreat White
Way. Good to Muscatine, except a bad
place which remains betwen Blue Grass and
Pleasant Prairie. The water is now off the
road west of Muscatine, but it is still
advisable to detour orr Cone road. Other
bad places are just east and west of Keota
and five miles west of Washington; other
wise fair to rough to Rose Hill: thence
good to Oskaloosa. except a few mud moles
which can be avoided by short detours.
Oskaloosa to Pes Moines, good. Entrance
from west into Pella elosed on regular
street: inquire regarding detour.
Davenport-Cedar Rapids and Waterloo.
Fair to good via Red Star route. Good
from Cedar Rapids to Waterloo by way
of the Red Ball route. From Iowa City
to Cedar Rapids, via Red Ball route, fair
tO gOOO. well ticpv to i.uiti mum.y imr. .
Oavrnpnrt-Dubuque. Fair to rough via ;
both the Burlington way and the Mississip
pi Scenic highway. Old mud holes are
drying up rapidly, but careful driving is
Rork Island-reoria via Both Galva and
Galeeburg. and Rork Island-Burlington via
Aledv and Monmouth. (rtMierally good or
fair to rough, with the roughest spots
where low places are drying up. Consid
erable dragging is being- done in the vicin
ity of Galesburg.
Forty-two room hotel in
Rock Island; 26 - room
rooming house in Daven
port; modern with long
lease. Phone Dav. 7362 Y
or Dav. 2899 Y.
PA PLANTS GARDEN.
AND MERCER COUNTY
- 118 North Oo.l mm
IWcvbom. Old and -w. TX.
William Nicboia Represent atl
BACK TO INSTALL
REV. MR. ARRICK
At the installation of Rev. Jud
son Arrick, D. D., pastor of the
First Presbyterian church of Aledo,
Wednesday evening. May 12, Rev.
Thomas B. Terhune, D. D., of New
Albany, Ind., a close personal
friend of Rev. Mr. Arrick, will as
sist at the ceremonials.
Rev. Mr. Arrick succeeded in the
local pastorate Rev. A. E. Moody,
who resigned last fail to take up
work in the new era movement.
Dr. Terhune was ordained in the
Aledo Presbyterian and since has
won fame as a lecturer and achiev
ed a creditable ministerial record.
Dr. Terhune will remain one day
longer, and on Thursday evening.
May 13, will deliver one of his best
REALLY DID WELL
Searching inquiry reveals the ex
treme modesty of the 10 Aledo men
who bowled in the Wisconsin and
Illinois state tournaments at Chi-
ica an(i Alilwaukee respectively,
wLpsH!1i ,parnprt ha.
eral rolled commendable scores in
the competitive event. Besides the
score of 1099 hung up by Macy
Parkman and Emil Bjorkman in
the Chicago doubles Wednesday, G.
Lee Candor and Dick Volentine
rolled a trifle over 1,100 pins for a
possible place in the money at the
Milwaukee event on Tuesday. Can
dor also in the singles probably
will reecive a pace with his total
of iS pins. His chances for a
new record went glimmering in the
last game when he had but to pull
a total of 167 to reach the 600
mark in a singles. Ill luck, how
ever, gave him only 145 in his third
game. He had previously bowled
! five games for an average of 200,
I Four or five of the men returned
home bv auto, beiDg driven to this
city by i). E. Farr. who was return-
ed from Chicago Friday. Mr. Farr
! had left his machine in Chicago
last week after a trip to Indian
apolis, due to bad roads.
OF IRELAND AT
MEETING MAY 29
A Mercer county division of the
American commission on Irish in
dependence has been organized. On
Saturday, May .29, the organization
plans to hold an outing for the
Irish and their friends at Keiths
burg, an event which will mark
the opening gun of Irish independ
ence propaganda in Mercer county.
For the occasion the Orchard City
band of Burlington has been char
tered to furnish the music. Dr. H.
Spafford, Episcopal minister of
Chicago, has been chosen as the
speaker in the morning. The speak
er for the afternoon's program has
not yet been announced.
I CAN ARRANGE A LOAN FOR TOO
on cluttets, real property or by con
tracts at 7 annually. 413 Best build
ing. Phone R. 1. 31.
TIRES t ALL MAKES i. ACCESSORIES
lor bicycles, motorcycles, autos; $45
bicycles, complete. $ 34.50 (all colors).
Five stores: 115 East Third street.
3u3-4-ti-fi East Second street. Davenport.
Iowa. Fred Barr Supply House.
L House, 7 rooms, oak finish, built
very substantial, $10,000, half
2. House, " rooms, oak finish, hot
water heat, garage, $9,000.
3. Bungalow, 6 rooms, sun par
lor, mil location, $7,500, terms
4. House, 7 rooms, oak finish, in
best of hhape, paving paid,
close in, $7,700.
5. Bungalow, 5 rooms, oak finish,
mirror door, window seats,
clothes chute, linen closet,
garage, this can be had for
$5,650, half cash.
HANCE & GRUSKE
' 417-18 Safety Bldg.
.Thones K. I. 4S8-4S5.
ALEDO IN TIE
High School Athletes Make Good
Showing in Military Tract
The Aledo high school track
team with a total of 11 points tied
with Macomb for seventh place in
the Military Tract meet held yes
terday at Elmwood.
Stronghurst copped first place,
with the Elmwood aggregation run
ning a close second.
Morrow for Aledo tied the tract
record of 5 2-10 seconds for first
place in the 50-yard dash and also
won first in the century. Baldwin
of Aledo placed third in the 440
The showing of the Aledo high
school reflects credit upon Resie
McCullom, who haa coached the
A large delegation of Aledo root
ers accompanied the team, some by
rail and others by auto.
Every preparation is being made
by county school officials to make
the coming county school meet to
be held in Aledo Friday. May 14,
one of the biggest events of the
time in the history of Aledo. From
every indication the contests will
prove the most interesting of any
in the history of the annual meet.
Each high school will send a team
to represent it in both literary and
The winners in the recent liter
ary preliminaries in the Aledo high
school are practicing faithfully for
the county event and should give
a very good account of themselves.
(Qaatationi furnished by Greenfield Brok
erage Ca.. sua safety Bid.
i'BOlM K. X. tUs.)
Anglo American Oil. 7.. 100 JOO
Armour, pfd M:1i
Angio American Oil. 7.. 100 100
Alt-American Truck 6 W 7
American Woolen. 7 pfd. 103 10H
Bay State Oil
I Best Producing
I Common wealth Oil
Davenport Rock lalanil CM
Deere & Co.. pfd
Deere ft Co.. coin.......
Dav.-R. 1. Oil
Goodyear Tire, pfd
HaiUgan Xffee, 7 pfd
i. 1. Case Plow. 7 pfd.
Kawlield Oil 28
Lee Broom. 8 pfd. .... luO
Lucky 13 Oil Jk Rcf 'M
Jlo.ine Flow Co.. pfd Ui
Metro 5 to 50c Stores, com. b'Z
Metro 5 to 50c stores, pfd. H'Z
Moiine Plow, com........ 65
National Oil 2.60
Packard Motor, pfd 92
Progressive Oil & Ref 1.00
Perpetual Royalties 65
Perfection Tire 2
i 'roc tor Gamble. 6 pfd. 102
Quaker Oats, pfd HO
Republic Oil & Ref fill
Reo Motor 24
Republic Truck 40
Root te VanDerVoort .... 43
Sears Roebuck. Did 115
Sinclair Oil 3ti
Tn-Clty Ry. & Lt.. pfd :i
United Lt. & Ry.. com 25
United Lt. & Ry.. pfd.. . . till
Velie Motor. 7 pfd ltd
Willys Overland, pfd f0
Willys Overland, com 16
Nw Fork Eugar.
New York, May 8. Raw sugar,
firm; centrifugal, 19 56; refined,
firm; fine granulated, 18.5023.00.
Lost three dia
mond r i n gs,
set in platinum,
other in gold.
Leave at Argus
SIGN PAINTER TO
With Yankee Robin
son circus ; would
consider first class
amateur. Call at
ticket wagon, show
grounds. Ask for
Local Stocks and Bonds j
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be held on tb. ijV
dJ of each ax. ik
P. m. Chario v '
ur u. kt
THK STATED COS VOCATION Or ft)
i si ana vnapier Mo. it ft ,
Mn will be be ul oc tfa. .
Villi n m i lT
E. H. i hi n a!.'
Sifi;4i convocation TiitiA-, ijfr
BOCK ISLAND LODQi
5 A. F. A A, M.-
meeting urgi rnaw at
suuatU. Olio rtufeief, V A
THE STATLi cuNUAk OF to-
HiUK.'U 'ItOUJUfcT -11 , kw
Uie sucouu jLtuubkj at
ROCK ISLAND CHAPTEa SO.
mil btaf cuaiue. Au. Jot &
&OCK ISLAM D COLM:ii, JtO. so, t 4
m. . aim9 smku ttfeoeuiuue Qi JUK4
btt Held uu Luu Uuru v,
luoaia. c n. lui
CCAL LODGE HO. 00ft. L 0. - I
JbLceu evu-j launnlij ertaia
fruurui aiuiuti, betftua fa.
f-Mmr.uji.u i. iucu. A. ., .
iK - lr ixjmiui. a. a i -
laursaajr ul muuih. ultuitf.
r. o. b.
BOCK ISLAND AkRJll .-0. 858. mTtt
iirt &UU fcuuu Auteuajr ui utca hum
t Eugie' liumu, ruuriu avcutu h
Tweuly-lirat bUtxl. Irauk WiuA, UT,
Ruck louud hoist.
J-u. UsO. B. P. 0. I
Meetlnga Hret and tbm
liuuUaj d ul eacA HUNU&
liAX K. liRENJi'Ali,
C. N. Jeaacson, Secitbq.
Yuuiiiiff brulben alvary
Club Kooiua: Hi 1Mb Si
8. OF .
H C. CLKAVELAMJ CAMP, SO. 21i
Sow oi Veliraun. lltxu on mut
and fourth Tuieuay eveuiuca of tact
month at b o clock m Mciuunal UU.
toe court huuao. L. L. Kama. sa
mandcr; Kufieue Jouiiooii. aocrvurf.
O. A. B.
JBCFORD i'USX S13, 6.A.I
Aloela rcguluriy on
and fourth Friday alw
uooua ot each month at
o'clock in Memorial hall
tho court hoiue. C.
burch. ooDiaiaudtr; Ul
II. 8., W.
SI BONE Y BAY CAMP B0.
t. S. '. V.
Mccta tho tirtl and ttirt
Thuratjir of ath moaLb at I
p. m. at Id rajml hail. W. W.
Modcaii. cotijuaodcr; I
ONLY KNOWN MAP SHOWlSd AU
provr-li Texan. Oklahoma. Nrw Xemi I
and Louisiana Oil lit lds. an.l olhpr van- I
able information frt v. butt I invest I t
fore bwing it. R. t. 3Wi"Sers-
Asa n., liollnian Bid.
TRUTH ABOl'T THE NEW OIL FIKUK.
ticneral map of Louisiana Oil ana m
heida just oijt showing- the llomtr. Bui.
liayiiu. Ciuldo and nlhrr new Hilda
now in the limelicht also iuPF ' 00
valuable book voutaiinn; lir-t hand
formation alxmt buytni: oil slocks.
ing mon.-y in oil. Mnl Continent fitK
fake culupanii'M. a nalnint. clc t
bent frco on n'uue-t M-ellicr i"
late issue of Ihe Oil 1'ivss. A
Publisher Oil Press. 1011 Kiimbac U.
Kansas City, Mo. .
GAS SAVER FORI) OR CHF.VB0UT.
i Bu.iranlccd or mntwjr relund. t
lljr 'Walled. I'nce i-. OaZV W.
St. Louis. Mo. ,
ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION IN OPES
lilB summer resort. Aliso.ulcy 0" n.
Money s..eureil by real folate. About
J.OOO reiiuirnl. Auanss ' C. B. tan
WANTED (INK OR TWO MEN. AGKS M
to 43. who have had penernl twernta
and huve Jlu.nuo to s:(.i."ti t" b
in a inaiiulaetunii;,' line located in '"'
euuort. Must he able lo five
time. Iimulries ronlidiidial. AJU
' HI. DOll." cam Areus.
ROYAL VOOU UAUs FOFi
quire Sceotiii avt'iiuc.
r.T . a . T -,a cni.-P T.WTVtf PAlilfOB
in Davenport. Flat li. Oil ua"-f i'
Call Uav. OU62-1. J
LEASES IN LEADlNi; OIL FliaDS t0
(ale. No stock sellinB berae. "
form legitimate oil .lrilhwr eompni
Write Caldwell & Co.. Ill) So. Hearoom
Estate of Johanna Holmes. .ieMd- ,
n-i , lu-.n at.IrtJinW"
A lie UU'irrsiBiieu iiavtus ' " ' f (M
adniinwtrati ix with the will anneaeo H"
estate ol Johanna tloinies. iaie
county of UwK ihland. state uf li0
deceased, hereby given notice 'i1;'.,..
will appear before the Hon. Iran iZi
dec. judse of the probate court
Island county, at tne prooaie . .
in the city of Rock Island, al the
term, on the lirsl Monday m J"'5' ,.
at which time all peroii having ci
asainst Bald estate are notincu ,
uuested to attend for the purpu"
having the same adjusted.
All persons indebUd lo "aid es"
recuestid lo make immediate payn1"
the underwfflied. iq..n
Dated iard day of April. A. I. t-
SELMA H. HOLMh.
. .i.,. -.ll aiiBeltO.
Anminisirainx wiui tie:
WALKER AND SWEENEY. Attnn;
Kxerotor'a Nntire. ,
r.siaie oi cava v.. oc. ...... - ..-i
The unUersi&nied. having it . .nM-iiW
executors of the last will and
of Klva C. Skeiton. late of the """"X
i...t. i , r Illinois, dc
hereby Fives notice that they j
belorii the probate court oi n-- lhe
county, at the probate court J"0 on
j Special for work in E. A. q,. J if
I day. May 13. at 7 .M a. m " ,
AJtOO GROTTO NO. i7 Mn. 1
1 1 -1 V u mm ant ,- I r
Jf2-kV ul 11 COTTAGE:
I iSSA V propyl, wIMI lumisa-
f I 1 J. W. itttuuoo. air If tMUf-
lWWlJ reury. " kM" u
ty ot mock isiaou. oi -- , ,-iuca
the first Monday in June. next. ' w0,t
Ume all persons 'ui
.aid estate are not.lied fvUtUl! oue
atu-nd tor the purpose of having u
adjusted. . . ....o. are
All persona indebted to to
requested o make immiiate pa"
lhe undenigTied. . ,qo.
Dated Slth day of Ann A. I'- '
H DAN FORTH SP0
. OLIVE S. BCBttAlU
C. L. HUBBARD, Attormy.
I FOB SA
I Room n
fTv e RC
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