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NEWS OF THE
More Smallpox Found. Two new
cases of smallpox were discovered la
Daveirport yesterday and both patients
were taken in the Black Maria to St.
Robert's hospital. The patients are
Lew Vieno. a millwright, residinc at
1223 Farnam street and Frank Mix, reHtlub at the reSular monthly meeting
with its young. Mr. Clark offers to
give all the animals to tho city free n(
charge. Mr. Moeller turned the letter
over to the park commissioners and
they haye decided to accept the leop
ard and may jx)ssibly take all of the
Want Skat League Here. The direc
tors of the Davenport CommercHl
Biding at Itohlfs and Boies street. Tho
former is 35 years old sfud the latter
25 years. 1
Blackmailer Bound Over. Jack Gib
son, the blackmailer, who after extort
ing $50 from Adolph Ehlers, who con
ducts a saloon at Front and Gaines
streets, wrote him several threatening
letters demanding the further sum of
$100, was given his preliminary hear
ing yesterday before Magistrate Rodde
wlg and was bound over to the grand
jury in bonds of $1,000. Being unable
to furnish this amount, he was sent to
Fled From State Institution. John
Quintan, who claims to be IS years of
age and confesses to having escaped
from the state institution at Glen wood,
was on trial in police court yesterday
on the charge of vagrancy, having been
arrested by Oflicer Jansen. He is oe-
ing held undej a 10 days' jail sentence
until the authorities at Glenwood can
be communicated with and it is ascir
talned whether or not they desire his
return to that institution.
Leopard for Park. City Clerk Hugo
Moeller is in receipt of a letter from
William L. Clark of Milan, III., offer
ing to donate to the city for tho zoo at
Fejervary park a Mexican leopard.
porcupine, two young fox and a possum
yesterday afternoon; decided to ex;
tend an invitation to the National Skat
league to hold the 1911 tournament in
Davenport. The tournament this year
is to be held June 19-21 at Milwaukee
and a special committee will go from
the Davenport Skat club in an effort
to bring the 1911 congress here. They
will take with them invitations fro.n
the city, the Commercial club and from
the local skat club. Detroit is after
tho 1910 congress and Davenport has
decided to work for the meeting the
year after. .
Obituary Record. W. II. Anthony
one of the old time merchants of Dav
enport, passed away Sunday after four
years of suffering from cancer. Mr.
Anthony was born in Canada, in the
province of Ontario, in 1851. In 1880
he married and in 1889 came to Dav;
enport. The following year he embark
ed in business and had been engaged
actively until his death. For the past
decade he had been located at the
present store building, northwest cor
ner of Locust and Brady streets. The
widow and four .children survive,
Gladstone, who is married, but lives
in Davenport, Charles, Fred and Kate
at home. One brother, George of Dav
enport, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Karr
of Rock Island, also mourn.
The death of Mrs. Mary Little oc
curred Sunday at the home, 120 West-
ern avenue. She was Dorn in kock is
land, and would have been 23 years
old had she lived until yesterday. She
is survived by her husband, .Chester
Little, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Via-j Says He Needs No License. Jacot
cent Steinhauer, and two brothers, Weaver was arrested yesterday on
John and, Charles. (charge of selling milk without a H
,Mrs. Caroline Mueller died Sunday cense. Mr. Weaver says that, as n
evening at her home 2721 Fair avenue. 1 sells only the product-of his own cows
Deceased was 48 years and 19 days of he does not have to have a license
Licensing by the city is permissible
he says, only when the vendor sell;
milk which he has purchased from
other parties. The case will be tried
some time this week. .
City council room, Rock - Island,
111.. .Tune 14. 1909. The council met!
in regular session at 8 p. m. Mayor 324 Seventeenth street and a veteran
Retires on Pension. G. G. Griffin ol
If Occident Flour were made in the ordinary way
y from ordinary wheat you could buy it for the
f same price you pay for flour which is made
in the ordinary way from ordinary wheat.
McCaskrin presiding and all the al
dermen present except Thompson.
The minutes of the last , regular
session were read" and approved.
.Alderman Frick submitted an or
dinance, which was considered and
adopted by unanimous' vote,' allowing
the labor payroll for week ending
June 12, as follows:
Sam Daxon 16 50
William Bishop 3 fS
Fred Bowers 12 60
Fred Gest 40
Harry Utke 3 15
Wm. O Brien y i
Frank Russ 6 30
Mr. Gaettleman 6 30
J. McCarl A 20
Pat Martin . . . '. 1 85
J. Anthony ;.. 10 50
II. Deisenroth 4 20
Aug. Schulteke 3 15
Pete Iverson 4 20
Herman Scholts 2 10
Frank Johnson 8 40
Joe Stroehle 5 25
Thomas Manuel 10 50
Rob. Connelly 10 50
Pete Heverling 2 10
J. R. Johnson 5 25
John Ehlers 7 35
Polly Meyers 6 30
Sam Lugenbiehl 2 10
Wm. Furbus 2 10
Lestpr -Kmerick 2 .10
Geo. Archer ! 4 20
Hugh McGee 4 20
J. Brown .'. .
J. Gintey . . .
Occident Flour costs more than other flour, and it's worth more.
It costs more td make flour in the Occident way. But the
difference in food value and in sure baking qualities makes
Occident Flour really the cheapest flour in the world.
When you see you are getting the same fine bread and
cake and biscuits and pie crust, baking after baking, week
in and week out, you will forget all about the few cents
added cost per sack.
It's this few cents extra per sack that enables us to
use only the best ham wheat to wash it )
and scour it to mill it by the most ap
y proved process to retain all the nutritious
f parts of the wheat and throw out all the
if waste parts to test it at every stage of the
milling process and to prove it is up to
Occident standard before we ship it to your
Occident Flour is unfailingly gnnd. We smaranfee every sack
of it. If you are not pleased with Occident Flour
0. f after one or more bakings the grocer will refund
For Sale by All Tri-city Dealers.
There is danger in us
ing poor cement. The few
cents a barrel you save in cost may-
result in the total disin
tegration of your work
if vou use an imitation
cement containing high
percentages of magnesia
and sulphur products. Mark the Marquette mark,
the mark of quality and the mark of safety. The
Marquette mark protects you from imitators.
Some important work where MARQUETTE '
Cement has been used:
Grand Avenue Viaduct, Mil
waukee ; .55,000 bbls.
Great Northern Elevator,
Superior, VYis.. 30,000 bbls.
Corgi!! Elevator, Duluth 12,000 bbls.
New LaSalle Hotel, Chicago.25,000 bbls.
Office Building, Peoples Gas
Lipht & Coke Co., Chicago. 20,000 bbls.
Cliiengo City Hall 22,000 Ibis.
Corn Product Mfg. Com-
pany's Plant, Argo, 111. . .25.000 bbls.
V. f. Reclamation Service. .45,000. bbls.
JJ. 8. Navy. Department,
-North Chicago, Training
Station, North Chicago,I11.40.000 bbls.
Hennepin Canal Locks and .
Dam 15,000 bbli.
Mississippi River Improve
ment work, Minnehaha,
Minn 10,000 bbls.
Mississippi lliver Bridge,
Iowa Central Railway,
Keithsburg, 111. 17,000 bbl.
DePne Bridge, C, I. & S. Ry . C.000 bbls.
('., M. & St. P. Ry 05,000 bbls.
C, B. & Q. Rv 40.000 bbls.
C, R. I. 4 P. Ry 10,000 bbls.
Illinois Central R. R.. 15,000 bbli.
I C. & N. V. Ry 70,000 bbla.
' Your work may not require 50.000 barrels;, but you
want the best. Specify nd use MARQUETTE.
Marquette Cement Mfg. Co.
Marquette Building Chicago. Works: La Salle, lit
HANDLED BY REPRESENTATIVE DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
ROCK ISLAND SAND & GRAVEL CO:, Rock Island, III.
Rock Island Distributor!.
Mr. Soarle 2 10
Carl Evers . . .
Tony York .
Pete Bos . .
Lambrecht 1 80
0 21 00
, 12 60
; 12 GO
Wm. Eckerman 12 60
Price Roger 12 60
Frank OConnell 6 60
D. W. Kelly 12 60
M. Cavanaugh It 80
Dave Raaks fi 55
Geo. Anderson 2 10
Thomas Carey 8 40
James OHern 2 10
Km 11 Frank ii m
Chas. Grams 11 55
Claus Beck 6 30
M. O'Conntll 11 55
John Haley 8 40
John Entler H SO
Frank O Connell 6 30
Nels Peterson , . 9 45
.Tas. Gutzweiler 12 05
Jno. Guinnane 10 25
Kit Atkinson 12 05
Zibe Gipson 9 95
Henry Lamp 28 60
AI SuKflen 8 40
Chas. Wendt 30 00
C. F. Gaetjer 127 15
"William Trefz 2 00
employe of Deere & Co., has been re
tired to the pension roll. Mr. Griaii:
was alsa pleasantly surprised by hu
fellow shopmen who presented hUi
with a gold mounted fountain pen n:
a .remembrance of his 'long servic
and association with the employes ol
Get Places in West. Harry II. Tav
enner, cashier and chief clerk at th.
Milwaukee freight depot, tiud Floyd
Wilson, shipping clerk for the Veii.
carriage company leave Monday o
net week for Missoula, Mont., to takf
desks in tho office of A. J. Hillman
passenger and freight agent for the
Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sotim
road. Mr. Hillman was only recently
transferred to Missoula from this city
Finds Much Personal Property.
The total assessment of personal prop
erty in Moline township for 1909 1'
$1,782,365 in excess of the total for
1908. The assessment has just been
spread on the books by Deputy Ass
ersor H. N. Williams and the total h
shown to be $5,73S,275. The total last
year wus $3,955,910. This is an in
crease of $1,7S2,3G5, or 45 per cent.
John Hayes, Runner, Here. John
Hayes, who won the great Olympic
race in England artd whjb has since
ifi'n cioing some running m America
is in Moline in company with his j
jounger brother, William, both beinj;
the guests of Axel H. Kohler. Tin
visitors will stay in Moline for two o
three days and see the fights. Last
evening John Hayes attended th.
meeting of the Knights of Columbus
of which order he is a member. Th?
runner who was'defeated by Svanberj
the fast Swede,' In a race Saturday a!
Kansas City, is in good condition and
does not show the effects of the race
Hayes quit the race when cramp:
seized him and Svanberg was an easy
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W. G. NEIMYER. General Aent
120 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago
Total $770 90
Street account 353 00
Sewer account 148 80
W. Wks. Exp. acc't 19 20
Reservoir Expense acc't, 90 75
Health account 30 00
Fire department 2 00
Park account 127 15
Obituary Record. Henry F. Nyquist
died Sunday of-Dright's disease, after
an illness of four months Decease.!
was born in Sweden May 22, 1S79, com
ing to this country with bis parents 2'
years ago. He attended the public
schools of Moline until 11 vcars of age
when he entered the employment of
H. W. Cooper Saddlcrv works, work-
ng for that company until his break
down in health came, about the first
of last February. He leaves besides
his wife, a bride of eight months, his
mother, Mrs. C. II. Nyquist, two broth
ers, Carl L. and Perry A., and two
sisters, Josephine and Esther.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Walker of
1132 Twenty-fifth street mourn the
loss of their little daughter, Esther
Caroline, who died Saturday of stom
ach trouble. She was born Sent. 15.
1905, and had been ill since Wednes
Total $770 90
The clerk read bill of Rock Island
Sand &- Gravel company in sum of
$390.94, on account of fuel.
Alderman Blochlinger moved bill
by unanimous vote.
Tho clerk read communication
rom William D. Middloton. making
;laini for $20.20 for damages in ac
cident on Twentieth street. Referred
o claims committee, chief of polire,
ity attorney, and aldermen of Fifth
The clerk read complaint of Wil
liam McEniry on two waterworks
)ills and asking for rebate. Referred
o waterworks committee and sup
erintendent of waterworks.
The clerk read petition from
lurk Plumbing & Heating company
or permission to make sewer con-
.cction. Referred to sewer commit
ee with power to act.
The clerk Tend petition from C,
C. & Q. Railway company for per
nission to repair water main. Re
erred to waterworks committee and
uperintendent of waterworks.
Alderman Rlochlinger from the
waterworks committee reported rec
rnniending installation of reducing
,)ressure valve on IIolly-Gaskell
uinip at waterworks pumping station
tnd other repairs Report adopted.
Alderman Dlochlingcr from the
waterworks committee offered a res
olution that mayor and clerk con
ract for purchase of one car of va
.er pipe. Adopted.
Alderman Blochlinger from the
waterworks committee reported rec
ommending matter of water mains
on Eighth and a half avenue between
Twenty-forth and Twenty-fifth street
be referred to board of local im
Alderman Blochlinger from the
waterworks committee reported ad
versely on petition of G. W. Reddi?
to lay iron water main in certain al
ley. Reported adopted.
Alderman Blochlinger from the
waterworks committee reported un
favorably on petition to alter loca
tion of manhole for TrI-City Sprink
ler company from First street to
Fifth street on Fourth avenue.
Alderman Lawler moved matter be
re! erred back to orainittee o r.-p-iri
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a woman's richest treasure. Do
not neglect it, let It become
GRAY or FADED. USE
is the mingling of tfce flavors of certain kinds
of coffee into the blend that just please9
your palate and suits your individual taste.
will win yourdeliRhted approval. The very first cup
Get It At Your Grocer's 40c a Pound
Ideal lor Every Meal
BOHART & COMPANY, Food Specialists, Clinton, la.
Any woman can have beautiful and
luxuriant hair by using Parisian Sago
the most efficient hair tonic and dan
druff cure. " .
Parisian Sage is the favorite hair
tonic of refined people, and since its
introduction it has met with wonder
If you want beautifut, lustrous hair,
that will be the envy of your friends,
go to the Harper House pharmacy and
get a bottle of Parisian Sage today
and use It for a week. .
If at the end of a week you are not
satisfied that Parisian Sage is the mo:t
delightful and refreshing hair tonic
you ever used, take it back and get
"After using one bottle of Parisian
Sage, I now have a better growth of
hair and I found your hair restorer
pleasant to use. After the first appli
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my hair stopped falling out. and it- has
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now recommend your Parisian Sage to
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Mt. Hope avenue, Rochester, N. Y.
Parisian Sage is guaranteed to cure
dandruff,, and stop falling hair.
Parisian Sage 'costs only 50 cents a
bottle at the Opera House pharmacy
or . by express,- charges prepaid, from
Giroux Manufacturing company, Buf
falo. N. Y. .
Alderman Frick moved that water
works committee and superintendent
test coal used at the waterworks.
The clerk presented certificate of
Ranson & Atkinson on Second ward
sidewalk construction, " in sum of
$1,440.45, assigned to Rock Island
Sand & Gravel company. Alderman
Frick moved action on bill be de
ferred to next meeting. Carried.
The clerk read bill of Robinson
Construction company in sum of
Alderman Ellinwood moved bill be
allowed. Adopted by unanimous vote.
The clerk read communication
from committee of Moline city coun
cil, relating to drainage of territory
in west end of Moline and east end
of Rock Island.
Alderman Ellinwood moved that
niatter be referred to board ol local
improvements, alderman of ward,
city, engineer and city attorney, to
confer with committee of Moline and
Alderman IcNealy moved matter
of paving of Forty-sixth street. Rock
Island and First street, Moline, be
referred to board of local improve-H
ments, city attorney, city engineer,
and aldermen of ward, to confer
with like committee of Moline. Car
Alderman Carse moved challenge
bo extended to Moline council and
city . officials for annuil baseball
game, game to be played in Rock Is
land and proceeds to go to Bethany
The clerk read communication
from A. E. Shogren. relative to water
service on Thirty-ninth street, south
of Fifteenth avenue. Referred toj
city attorney and board of local im
provements. ; The clerk read request of Lininger
& Meyer for releaso from bond to
grade J. B. Winter's Ninth street ad
dition. Alderman Blochlinger moved pray-
and tt will be RESTORED to Its
NATURAL COLOR and beauty; the
scalp will be clean, tbc hair
bcaltby. glossy and luxuriant
something to be proud ol and to
be admired. . Tben keep ft so in
tbe future by Its regular use.
IS NOT A DYE.
$1 AND ROo. noiTUS, AT DRUGGISTS.
Hay's tlarllaa Soap currn Kuema. red,
lough and chaptd bands, and all skin diseases.
Keeps skin lino and soft, 25c droecists. SrnA
rc for free books, "The Care of the Skin," "Tho
Careof the Hair."
Phllo Bay Spec. Co, Newark. N. J.
For Sale by T. H. Thomas and W. T.
A Good Location at 119
Brady street, Davenport.
J. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
The old Second Hand Deal-,
er of 1628 Second avenue,
Have returned from
Los Angeles, Cat., and
now opening Ap a
FINE NEW AND SECOND
- HAND STORE.
At 119 Itrady street,
and will be glad to
ec all of my old pat
rons and as many new
ones and will pay
more for -poods tliau
any other dealer and
J. P. Williamson
119 Ttrady street. Davenport.
"Tickled to Death With Our Rates and Terms."
MUTUAL LOAN CO
PtopU's National Bank Building; Room 411. Old Phona Wilt 122;
Ntw B109. Open Wednesday and Saturday Night.
Braided Moulded .Con
struction. Stands Abuse.
500 feet lengths. You can get any length you need in
one piece. Come in and sec for yourself. .
Cti a n m on ' & D uf va ,
112 West Sevententh street. '