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THE ARGUSr WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1908.
NEWS .OF THE ' NEIGHBQiTp
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Settle Damage Case. The damagj
suit of Joseph Brennan vs. the C, M.
& St. P. Railway company has ; been
dismissed in the district court, a set
tlement having been effected by tae
Interested parties. By the" terms of
this settlement, the plaintiff is paid
$6,000 in place of the verdict for
$8,400 he received at the hands of the
Jury. After the above verdict had
been recorded, the defendant road was
granted a new trial. Both sides have
agreed to th3 settlement of $6,000 and
notice of dismissal of the suit ha
been filed in court.
Deanery Meeting On. Last night at
Grace cathedral the annual sessions ol
the Cedar Rapids deanery of the Epis
copal church were commenced and will
be continued through today with sess
ions both morning and afternoon at
Trinity church and at Trinity Guild
hall at 7:30. The Cedar Rapids dean
ery is composed of 13 counties and in
cludes nine parishes, eight missions
and one licensed chapel and practically
Railway company has given practical either three or five lights, each night
assurance to the city that it' will ex- on a Jong graceful arm. The top light
tend Its ML Ida line to the East lav-; may be as h'gh as 11 feet from the
enport loop, the present terminus of ground. If clusters of three are used
the Third street line. '. Fulton avenue the total candle power of the cluster
would also- be paved straight through will bo 160 and if five lights are used
to Camp JUcClellan-, and the improve
ment would be one of the best that
Brought Harness Back. Between
has been in sight for East Davenport
for a long time.' . .
Is Blanche Bruner Godfrey's Picture.
The attention that Davenport's fam
ous beauty, Blanche Bruner, now Mrs.
Godfrey of Boston, has attracted
through the uetropolitan papers of the
country, has not subsided with the
cessation of the publication of her
portraits in the daily press, for now a
still greater distinction in the way of
a recognition of the young lady's rare
beauty is bestowed upon her by the
Ladles' Home Journal. The frontis
piece of the Christmas number of that
issue, now at hand, is a reproduction
in colors of a painting by Harrison
Fisher of New York. It represents a
blooming young lady in winter attire,
rolling a snowball. Davenport friends
of the young lady, as well as one of
the local photographers who has in tiie
past done photographic work for her,
vne canaie power win do do. 1 uere 1 ".J ubuv auU j . a .
will probably be eight posts to the some one entered the barn belonging
block from F:ttn. to becona streets. o Henrv Hubertv. not Sixteenth ave-
jd tuarv Kecora. t npnna in: i in veil- i i i
... . . .. . . I valued at $25, a pony and a cart. The
port have received word of the sudden an . ' , ' - in(1 tha novt
death at Jackson, Mich., of Frank Nord day in the city and from appearances
son pf Mr. and Mrs. Nord, who for- had been driven hard during the night,
merly resided on East Locust stre?t, Imagine M Huberty's surprise early
this city, and who removed to Jackson yesterday morning when he opened tne
about a year ago. - ' Ibarn door and discovered his set of
Monday afternoon occurred the death I harness lyinz on the floor. It had not
of Alma, th i Infant daughter of Mr. I been used end was in as good condi-
and Mrs. Hannas Witt of 1516Westl tion as when it was taken. The police
Second strest. Death was due to diph-1 think that whoever stole it was unable
theria with thich the deeeassd had I to dispose of it,. and fearing detection,
only been ailing for a short time. Alma I returned it. Mr. Huberfy is jubilant
Witt was born in Davenport and was I over recovering the harness
three years, three months and eight
days of age. I Was Usual Odor. George Lassen,
John Henry La Grange, 9 years old, nroDrietor of a meat market at 308
V, O If. 11m Cf T T n I ...
Luc au" t Fi"h avenue, was given a trial Mon-
nran lfi1??; Tnwa street died Moa-I ' D
day night of diplitheriv
lie ms 7TQTigjmij
all of the ministers within the district 1 declare emphatically that the picture
are here to attend the meetings. In is none other than that of Mrs. God-
addition to these there are a number
present from outside the district.
" Viaduct at Fulton Avenue. W. B.
Foster, superintendent of the Marion
division of the Milwaukee road, Engi
neer Wood and Roadmaster Drury
were In the city yesterday, and Mayor
Scott called the aldermen together in
committee of the whole, yesterday af
ternoon, for a conference with the
visitors on the opening of Fulton ave
nue under the Milwaukee tracks at
Mound street. If the avenue is opened
by the putting in of a viaduct there
Cluster Lights for Brady. The mem
bers of the Brady Street Progressive
association held another meeting Mon
day night and practically decided on a
lighting system for the street. One
of the first steps that the organization
will take in improving the street will
be to "light up" the street. Just how
to do this has been discussed pro and
con at the various meetings of the
association. Monday night the con
sensus of opinion was than tungsten
cluster lights on a nine foot pole would
by the railroad company, the Trl-City be liest. The clusters will contain
CAN BE CURED
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
day evening, charged with violating
the health ordinance in selling poultry
that was nit in a good state of pre
servation, Peter J
the warrant, alleging that he pur
chased a goose of Mr. Lassen and that
it had not bten properly drawn. Sev
Liverpool closing Wheat lower,
Kline swore out corn unchangecL
Real Estate Transfers.
H. Schumacher to ' Henry W,
Schumacher, east one-half west one- eral utchers were called to testify
half lot 3, block 19, Old Town, Moline. and tney said tnat tne goose was in
1 igooa condition. Mr. n.nne 11 seems
Lizzie Cant and AlDhonson Cant to na aeieciea an oaor aooui uie iowi
v,i. rr j a 1 dui il aeveiouea mai 11 was oiuy me
Suess subdivision outlot 15. in north- U8al odf appertaining to tnis rowi. ..u
..-.- i nirtl Tr.n The case was dismissed. 1 17. Southern Pacific 11714, N.
Emma C. Mills to Almon Buftum,
New York Stocks.
New York, Dec. 2. Following are
the quotations on the stock market
U. P. 180'4. U. S. Steel preferred
112, U. S. Steel common 54, Read
ing 137, Rock Island preferred C0,
53s I iWii i nSrwil
north 21 feet lot 7, block 1, Charles club Calendar
Buford's addition Rock Island, $2,900. 1 club calendar for December is out and
Anna H. Simpson to Maude Boney.llt shows there is much "doing" for
lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. block I the month. There, are. card and danc-
124, lots 1,-2, block-123, lots 2, 3,. 4, ling parties, stag entertainments and
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, . bloc kl40, lots 6, 7, 8, guests nights. Friday evening of this
9, 10, 11, block 100, and lota 8, 9, 10, week there will be a concert and card
block 101. $1,500. party followed by informal dancing
Esther S. Eells and others to I from 10 to 12. The following evening
Clement C. Condon, lot 4, block 1,1 all members of the club who sing are
Smalley's first subdivision South Rock I asked to ue present at the club to
Island. $325. I form a glee club. A competent direc-
Mary E. Cramer to Blanche B. Eld-1 tor will have charge of the music and
ridge, part lot 6, in n orthwest quar-jthis promises to be one of the -leading
ter section ll-17-2w . $1. I features of the club. The dinner party
Y. Central HG, Missouri Pacific
Out. The Moline 64 Great Northern 139, Northern
Free Trending Stamps!
To every customer making a purchase of 50 cents or
over, and presenting this coupon, we will give $1 worth
of green trading stamps, free, in addition to those ordin
arily given with purchases. This coupon is good foil this
Pacific 141, L. & N. 121, Smelters
92, C. F. I. 37, Canadian Pacific
175, Illinois Central 148, Penna
128, Erie 33. Lead S2, C. & O.
49, B. R. T. 55. B. & O. 107. Atchison
97 V Locomotive 55. Sugar 13iy4,
St. Paul 149. Copper 83. Republic
Steel preferred SC, Republic Steel
I want every
body to know that
pains in legs,
arms, back, stiff
or swollen joints
in a f.'v hours,
:uvl c;res in a
few days. Con
tains no Mor-phine,Oiium,Co-caine
or drugs to
deaden the pain.
It neutralizes the
acid and drives
out all rheumatic
poison from the
ed medicine, don't taho dope, don't Fpfnd another dollar on doctors ; do
a3 the.-) people have Jy' and av!1.
Mere is Proof:
.'.V sS t
Th!0 people have teatiHo.I f "r MUN
TON'S reuieliua l'c.iuiKo t'iey U n-.u
been cured. Tliey U--A araicful. ' T!ny
want every snfferor tot now tUa truth
about these remedio".
Take MR. J. BKOW, who lives nt
1212 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia ; ho
cannot say too much in praiso of MUX
YON'S Rheumatism Cure. Mr. Brown
tried a number of doctors and a number
of different ndvprtised remedies without
benefit. My Rheumatism Curo gave
him almost im mediate relief and speed
ily restored him to perfect health.
Tak.3 ?TR. ROBERT MORRIS, who
iivcdf.tOu'j ficust Struct, Philtuislphio,
ho say -t : "Th'?re is no joko silout your
Rheumatistn Cure. I am grateful for
what you have done for me. You have
restored me to health. You are at liber
ty to publish my name or refer anyone
JOHN P. SnERIDAN", who lives at
1530 Vine Street, Philadelphia, snys he
will be glad toneo anyone. MUNYON'S
Rheumatism Curo has done what tho
best Doctors and other medicines could
Try this remedy today and if you are not satisfied with results your
money wm De reiunaea. iTice Z5c. iuUiN YUIN, Philadelphia.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Llvs
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rork Island. Dec. 2. Followinrr are
wunam t. Maglll to Emma c. Hills, I i-ec. n is ror tne promotion or socia-if,- wholeaala nrlces In. the local mar-
nortn zi teet lot 7, diock l. Unaries I oiiuy ana gooa ienowsnip among me i tet t0(jay;
Buiords addition kock island, si. imemDers or me ciun. rne presiaeni
Rock Island Mutual B. L. & S. asso-will act as toastmaster and several
elation to Clarence S. Turner, lot 21, 1 gentlemen, prominent attorneys, have
block 2, University Place, Rock Is- been asked tc speak for not over ten
land, $1,350. I minutes each. Saturday evening, Dec.
N. L. Davenport to Susanne C. Denk-12 will be gentlemen s guest night as
mann, tract in north one-half north-1 wen as aiuraay evening, iec. zt.
Friday evening, Dec. 18, there will be
east quarter section 2-17-w. . $5,000.
Catherine Davenport to Susanne C.
Denkmann, tract" in northeast quar
ter northeast quarter section 2-17-2W.
Hurst, McCabe & Guyer to Olof
Hansen, lots 21, 22, 23, 24, block 6,
Fairmount addition moline. $1,800.
formal dancing party and Friday,
Dec. 25 .open house.- Friday, Jan. 1,
there will oe a children's party from 3
A Dangerous Operation
Is the removal of the appendix by a
surgeon. No one who takes Dr. King's
New Life PilU is ever subjected to this
frightful ordeal. They work so quietly
you don't feel them. They cure con
stipation, headache, biliousness and
malaria. 25c at all druggists.
It is not the quantity of food taken
but the amount digested and assimil
ated that gives strength and vitality
to the system. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets invigorate the stom
ach and live and enable them to per
form their functions. The result is a
relish for your food, increased strength
and weight greater endurance and a
clear head. Price, 25 cents. Samples
free. For cale by all druggists.
midnight formal dancing.
To Fight White Plague.-r-The month
ly meeting of the executive board of
King's Daughters was held yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. T
Foster to discuss the work of the var
ious societies which are carrying on
such a noble work in Moline. As was
announced seme weeks ago, the circles
are planning to raise money for estab
lishing a fight against the "white
plague" and the nucleus of this sum
will be money raised through the sale
of Christmas stickers with King's
Danghters emblem on it.
We Pay More
One package will prove to you that
we pay more for the ingredients we use
in L B. C. Biscuit than other bakers
; do for theirs. They taste high grade.
I. B. C. Biscuit are made appetizing by
the perfect cleanliness of our bakeries.
All our employes are in spotless uniforms.
; 1. B- Co
!ProtectionxBpandl Eiscuilt ,
; . v : : , $ ' s -Y-;:
; are made in many varieties Sodas, Party FlakesWaf ers,sS weets, etc. Each
one a little more delicious dainty satisfying than any other of its kind. :
Grocers might want to charge more for I. B. C. Biscuit because of
T this but they do not. .: .." 1 y v : iY v ' '1
The difference to you is in the quality only. Prices the same as others. -
Independent Baldng Co., Davenport, Iowa
' Provisions and Producs.
Eggs Fresh; 2Sc; packed, 25c.
Live Poultry Hens, psr so us 4, 8c;
springs, 11c pound.
Butter Dairy, 23c.
egetables Potatoes, 60c to 65c;
onions, 55c; beets. 40c; turnips, 30c,
Feed and Fusl.
Grain New corn. 60c: oats, 47c to
to 6 and in the evening from 8:30 to 50c: wheat, 85c to 90c
Forage Timothy hay, $9 to $10;
prairie, $7.50 to $9.00; clover, $8.00;
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
?r bushel, 7c to 8c.
Chicago, Dec 2. Following are the
market quotations today:
December, 1Q5V4. 106, 105, 105. "
May, 109, 110, 109, 110.
July, 102, 103, 102, 103Vi. .
December. 61, 61, 61, 61.
May, 62. 63, 62. 62.
'July, 62, 62, 624. 62'i.
December, 48'4. 48, 48, 48.
May. 51; 51. 51, 51..
July, 46. 46. 46, 46.
January, 16.12, 16.15, 16.10, 16.10.
May, 16.35, 16.40, 16.35, 16.35.
January. 9.30. 9.30, 9.27, 9.27.
May, 9.50, 9.52, 9.47, 9.50.
January, 8.47, . , 8.45.
May, 8.67, 8.67, 8.65, 8.67.
Receipts today Wheat, 32, corn 161,
oats 105, hogs 38,000, cattle 22,000,
Estimated receipts Thursday
Wheat 52, corn 353, oats 76, hogs
Hog market opened strong. Hogs
left over . 5,400. Light $5.105.85,
mixed and bitchers $5.356.10, rough
heavy $5.405.60, good heavy $5.40
6.10. ... - , . .
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady
Hogs at Omaha 8.40O, cattle 6,600.
Hogs at Kansas City
11,000. " "v ' -
Hog market, closed weak, early ad
vance partly lost. Light $5.105.85.
mixed and butchers. $5.40 6.10; rough
heavy $55.455.65, good heavy $5.45.
6.10, pigs- $3.754.?0, bulk ; $5.65
5.95. - '" " . -; ? J
Cattle market closed oad steady. j
Sheep market closed steady. !
' Northwestern receipts Minneapolis,
today 197, last week 514, last year 323;
Duluth, today 282; last week 299, 'last
- Liverpool opening cables Wheat
higher, corn unchanged.-. -
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Dr. Detchon's ReMef for Rheuma
tism and Neuralgia radically cures In
one to three days. Its action upon the
system is remarkable arid mysterious, j
It removes at once the cause and the (i
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents
and $1.. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
Good for $1 worth of S. & H. stamps
if presented at the time of making a
purchase of 50 cents or over. Void
after Dec. 5.
GROCERY, 611 17TH ST. BOTH PHONES
iBgai IBII mSM
The Weather Man Promises Three
Months of Winter Pull for
We are the Leaders in Furs and Gloves
LOOK FOR THE BEAR.
1619 Second' Avenue. Rock Island
Abrasions and Contusions.
Offer a fruitful soil for the growth
of bacteria. Apply Salubrin at once,
it will restore health and vigorto the
cells, and the injury will heal quickly.
Bacteria can do no harm in a healthy
wound. All druggists.
WE ; KEEP NO OTHER AT .
The national pure food law or
any state law does not affect
our brands of products. Our
guarantee goes with every arti-'
cle we sell you.
. Pure white clover honey, in '
the comb, per lb. 15c
Welch's pure grape juice; the
simple unfermented juice of
Concord grapes, per bottle... 25c
Pure grated horse radish, put
, up in jelly glasses with tin
top, per glass , 10c
Pure prepared mustard, per
Pure sweet cider; Duffy's New
York; a pure and sparkling
drink, per gallon .25c
- Buckwheat, the real article, put
up. in 10 lb. sacks, per
sack ..;.. 45c
Maple syrup; for something fine
with your buckwheat cakes;
try this one; per qt can.... 45c
Pumpkin; a can chock full of
new pumpkin, per can ......10c
Lima beans; - new stock, will
i cook nn milclr: a nice disht -
il two lbs. ' .' 15c
Our method of doing business
has. always been to supply our
customers with high grade pure
foods which comnly strictly with
all pure food laws, and we will
endeavor to do so in the future.
F. R. Kuschmann,
2207 Fourth Ave. Both Phones,
A Large Stock
Just Received by
218 Seventeenth St.
Vl&W Tr race.