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aSBPLGUS. .TUESDAY, JULY 13, ink
Council Again Adopts Measure
Regulating1 Ice Cream Man
ufacture and Sale.
LICENSE WAGONS ONLY
Fee of $1.1 Yearly to lx Charged Un
. ler -New Iav Is Subject of
lengthy Discussion. "
The city council last evening again
passed the ordinance regulating the
sale of ice cream. The ordinance
adopted is not the one proposed be
fore, -and adopted, but contains much
the same provisions as the first meas
ure. It is entitled "an.-ordinance
for"" the protection pf i the public
health, and to prevent fraud and de
ception in the manufacture, sale, of
fering for sale, exposing for sale,
and having in possession -with intent
to sell, of adulterated or deleterious
ice cream; fixing a standard ofc but
terfat for ice cream; providing pen
alties for the violation thereof, and
providing for the enforcement there
of." The measure makes it unlaw
ful to sell, offer for sale, exchange
deliver, or transport or carry for the
purpose of sale, exchange or delivery,
any ice cream that is adulterated and
that contains less than 14 per cent
butterfat for natural flavors and 12
per cent for fruit and nut flavors.
The ordinance declares ice cream
to be adulterated when it contains
any eggs, corn flour, corn starch, gel
atine. mucilaginouSi . bodies, glucose
or thickening of any kind; or If it
contains boric acid, formaldehyde,
saccharine, salts of copper, iron ox
ide ochres, or any coloring substance
or any compound or adulterant,
though the use of harmless coloring
or flavoring matter not deleterious
to health are not forbidden. The
ordinance provides against the sale
cf ice cream under the name of an
other article, or if it is an imitaiion
of another article'
The ice cream must not be placed
in a container falsely labeled as to
the, name of the manufacturer, or to
misrepresent the place of manufac
ture. A license, fee of $13 a year will be
required for each' wagon or vehicle
from which ice cream is sold or of
fered for sale. There is a penalty
of a fine of $25 to $100 for violation
of the provisions of the ordinance.
To ITotwt Children. "
The ordinance is one framed by the
board of health, and is designed
chiefly for the protection of health,
and particularly for the protection
f the health of children. Dr. F. II.
ILLINOIS THEATER BUILDING.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate Security.
IiUDOLPH & REYNOLDS
Mitchell & Lynde Building
First, one of the members of the
board, in urging the adoption of the
ordinance last evening, said, "It is
time to act in this matter.. Much of
the stuff that i3 sold as ice cream
is not fit to eat. There is some good
ice cream made and sold, and good
ice cream canbe manufacured. The
ordinance is designed to protect chil
dren, whom, we veuture to say, con
sume nearly 7r per cent of the ice
cream sold in the city." Dr. First
informed the council tbatMn the re
cent spell of hot weather, there had
been any number of cases of illuess
in children, due directly to eAing
ice cream that contained harmful
substances such as would be forbid
den under the ordinance proposed.
He argued firmly against the use of
eggs, gelatin, corn flour and corn
starch, and condensed milk. He ad
mitted that these substances might
not be harmful in all cases, but held
that as ingredients of ice cream they
have a tendency to make ice cream
harder to digest.
hnt Mnk,rra Wanted.
Seven manufacturers, the : Bell
Jones company, Barr & Co.. the
Woods Creamery, company and the
Davenport Ice Cream & Supply com
pany and Larmore & Co., all of Dav
enport and L. Z. Emery and the Be
man depot Rock Island, presented
a communication proposing an or
dinance permitting the use of fresh
egs-s. one per cent of gelatin, and
establishing a standard of 11 per
cent butterfat for natural and nine
per cent for fruit and nut flavors.
A. L. Larson of this city was pres
ent and as a manufacturer argued
for the adoption of the ordinance. He
declared that he makes ice cream of
the standard provided, and is willing
and anxious to see the ordinance jen
t'orced. He declared that when he
sold ice cream at 80 ceuts a gallon
to a relative he thought it was a do
nation, but he found other dealers
offering iee cream at 60 and 65
cents a gallon. The product at so
low a price, he declared, could not
be pure. He held that gelatine is
used merely to save ice and make a
cheaper product. Dr. First, when
asked why gelatine is used, said "to
make it cheaper and make the ioe
cream stand . He said that wnen
gelatine is not used the ice cream
can not be packed and allowed to
stand, while when gelatine is used
the stuff can be packed Saturday, and
allowed to stand till the next Satur
day if desired.
In Oe-latinr Harmful f
There was a difference of opinion
between the physicians and the mak
ers of ice cream as to whether gela
tine is a harmful substance. Dr. Al
bert N. Mueller, the health commis
sioner, maintained that it is. and so
did Dr. First. City Attorney J. F
Witter, discussing the validity of the
measure, expressed the opinion that
it could not be enforced. Dr. Mueller
pointed to court decisions where even
so harmless a substance as water
has been declared an adulteration
and he maintained that the ordinance
can be enforced.
A representative of Barr & Co., ar
gued that it costs more to use gela
tine than to make the ice cream with
out using gelatine, and that gelatine
is not harmful.
John Linn, employed by the Math
confectionery, said that gelatine is
not a necessary- ingredient and that
in all his experience he had never
used any of it, although he had used
eggs. It was explained that the ob
jection to eggs is not to strictly fresh
eggs, but to spoiled or powdered
eggs. These can not be detected by
any test, though the use of eggs
can be detected.
Mr. Prinz of the Davenport Ice
Cream & Supply company objected to
the elimination of gelatine, and oth
er substances not injurious to health
on the ground that the ordinance
would so increase the cost as to place
the product out of the reach of the
I j. Z. Emery argued that it would
kill his business to adopt such an
ordinance. He stated that he is oc
cupying a plant costing $8,000 for
the building alone, and that he em
ploys eight men and two girls in the
be cream factory and three men and
one girl in the bakery in connection
with the plant.
Objections were made to the vote
on the ordinance, but the mayor held
that the measure was not a new ordi-
nance, and could not be laid over.
under, the rules. Alderman tarse ( Rock Island team. Some of the alder
asked for assurance that ihe mayor men were of the opinion that Moline
would approve the ordinance, but j,a(j not replied to the challenge, but
none was given. The vote on the ;ne clerk gtated, and so did Alderman
ordinance showed four aldermen op-
posing it; LaVanway. Schmid. Ellin-
wood and Borst. - , -
Jim Iru Sample.
There must be no drug samples
thrown about the city if the mayor ao -
.:oves an ordinance adopted last eye-
t ing, under penalty of a fine. The or-
dinance is one introduced last week it
the request of the board of health, it directors of the Bethany Protective as
forbids the promiscuous distribution cf EOciatlon was held last evening at
samples of drugs commonly termed
patent medicines. ine neaun com-
missioner explained that the practice
of throwing about samples frequency
results m serious illness to ennaren.
Alderman Holzhammer alone opposed
tne adoption of the measure.
ordinances for the construction oi
a watermain on Fortieth street be
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues was
anopreci. ana tne ordinance . ior
construction of a sewer and watermain
on Thirty-fourth street and cross
streets was also adopted.''
Allow ISlon Claim.
The claim of CarfXelson tor $3C for
grading a sidewalk along Flfth - and - a
half avenue, - between Fortieth and
Forty-first streets last July, was ' al
lowed after much discussion. It was
intimated that Alderman Ellinwood
TO TAKE DAY OFF
Business Men Will Close Up
Shop Aug. 19 and Go to
Farmers' Picnic. .
TO BE MERCHANTS'. DAY
Grocers Vote to CJo Along and Plans
for Battle on Baseball Diamond
Are Being Made.
For the first time in many years, tho
Rock Island Business Men & associa-
ion will this year observe Merchants'
cay, and the date lias been set as Aug.
!!, the date of the Farmers' picnic ?n
he upper end of the county. The rti
ectors of the association at a meeting
nt the office of the rating secretary.
Carles Goff yesterday afternoon voted
to arrange for the observance of tho
day as a holiday. Practically all cf
the retail stores will be closed, and
the day will be given over to an expe
dition to Port Byroif. where the picnic
v. ill be held.
The Business M'an's directors have
named a committee composed of F. T.
Myers, L. R. Crane and Ralph W. La
ment, to act with the rating secretary
in making the arrangements for the
day's outing. It is planned by th
committee to take a band, along, and
make things lively at the upper end
To Charter a llont.
The association will charter a
steamer, and the members will depart
from Rock Island about 10 o'clock. Vt
meeting of the Grocers' association
,ist evening that organization decided
to close one day, to be fixed by the
Business Men's association, and. the
grocers will accompany the business
men on the expedition. Plans are b
ing made for a series of contests at
lie picnic grounds between members
i the two associations, and a hall
game is to be included in the pro-
The grocers last evening devoted
some time to the discussion of weights
ind measures, and the regulation of
peddling. Action was deferred until
the next meeting.
had been responsible for the work, but
he cleared himself and showed that
the work Vas done without any in
structions from him. II eargued, how
ever, that the work was done, and the
amqtint light, and that the claim
bhculd be paid. The claims committee
recommended the payment of the bill,
and finally on motion of Alderman
Carse the amount was ordered taken
from the Seventh ward sidewalk fund.
Alderman McXealy insisted that the
same condition as in a case when a
bill from his ward was under consid
eration, be made, "that Alderman El-
1 in wood promise to be good in Ih?
Kilter Matter lteferml.
It has been somewhat expected that
definite action on the filter proposition
would be taken, but on the suggestion
of Alderman Blochlinger the .matter
was referred to the waterworks and
finance committees to investigate and
report on the financial side and other
phases of the problem. The clerk read
the report oC the consulting engineers,
John V. Alvord and George P. Prince,
submitted to the old council,' and each
of, the aldermen was supplied with n
cop of this report.
The Joint Drain. -
Alderman Anderson of the Moline
council was present and urged that
the special committee appointed to in
vestigate the joint drainage proposi
tion take this matter up at an early
date. Accordingly a meeting of the
committee was called for Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The site of
the proposed drain will be visited.
That Hull Game.
The Rock Island-Mohne ball ganib
between the city dads, to be played
next Saturday afternoon at the Island
City ball park came in for a share i.f
the aldermen's attention, and it was
(decided to get into trim with dally
practice. The aldermen are out thl
afternoon warming up. They mean to
get revenge on the Moline officials
Mayor McCaskrin is captain of the
Anderson of Moline, that the Moline
omciaIs had sent an acceptance and
" were readv to nlav.
n RECTORS HEAR REPORTS
j0tine Business of Bethany Rome
Is Given Attention,
Tne regular monthly meeting of the
Bethany home, and the usual routine
business was transacted. The commit
tre on cash contributions will report
at tne next meeting. Their report will
show tnat tley navc Deen very 8UC.
The house committee report shows
that there were 42 children in the
- home June 1, three more were received
fluring the month, three were placed
Jn homes, and eisht were returned
t lioir parents leaving 34 , children !n
the home at the end of h mnnth. The.
home was free from sickness during
The following donations made dttr-
- ing the month were reported: Mrs. J
B. Oakleaf, .Moline, 75 glasses ot fruit ;
- Mrs. R. Wagner, Rock Island, veg.
tables; German Sewing society, ' Rock
Island, new clothing; Miss Sue Denk-
mann. Rock Island! riew clothing;
Misses Sehlotfeldt and WieselMollne,
irllllnery ;- Mrs. Flsk, Moline, clothing
and spoons; Mrs. Charles McHugii,
Rock Island, vegetables - and milk;
Mrs. George Roth, Rock Island, cloth
ing; Mrs. G. Bourrassa, Davenport,
jellies; J. T. Nortsker, Rock Island,
mail box, and The London, Rock Is
land, new clothing. .
HITS OPEN SWITCH
Kngine Kims Into Box Cars in Mo
line, and Passengers on Burling
ton Are Given Nhak.iig-up.
A Burlington passenger train which
Is due in Moline a Utile before noon,
ran into an open switch' on Twenty-I-fth
street and when the emergency
brake's, were applies in short order by
thrown right and-ie.t .nd several ofjVod'' T,ie minutes of the meeting
ihcm sustained minor bruises. The jlwo years ago were read and approved
train could not be stopped in time to- and then the committee on credentials
prevent its running into several box ' reported the names of P. A. Norling
ear which were demolished and the oi Galva and Elizabeth Nees of Spring
pilot oir the engine also suffered from j field as those elected at the state raest
theAjollision The train did not go off ,ng at Peoria recently and they were
the track, however, and after it was seated. The consideration of a nuai-
oacked from the switch onto the main
track It proceeded on Its way.
Hugh Curtis has returned home from
C. O. Schweer of Beardstown is
stopping at the Harms for a few days.
J. A. Miller has gone to San Fran
cisco, where he will spend his vaca
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Nv A. Taylor left to
day for a visit of a month in Colo
rado. Captain D. V. Wisherd of the Acme
Packet company has gone to Joliet
State Senator B. F. Baker of Ke
wanee is spending a few days in Rock
land and Moline.
FrnnL- Olnrl.- h, refnmo hm
Genoa. Neb., where he spent some time I
visiting with his father
Mr. and Mrs: H. X
Ward left this I
noon for a visit of two weeks in Grand
liapids and Cadillac, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Morrison re
turned to their home in Burlington,
after a visit of several days with Mrs.
Rev. George C. Tanner of Faribault,
Minn., is in the city to spend a few!
days visiting with his cousin, Alfred
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Reed of Abing
don, after spending the day in Rock
Island, departed this afternoon for an
extended visit in Colorado.
Mrs. Henry Xold and daughters, the
t: . j . j r-..!-,
.nses a in a una aim Eiiizaoein return
ed home last evening, after a visit of
two weeks with relatives and friends
Dr. M. A. Hollings worth was return
ed from a month's visit in northwest
ern Canada. He purchased, a ranch n
Alberta, which he as a veterinarian
considers the best horse raising coun
try now open to settlers.
Miss Ruth Buff un returned last hight
from Hillsdale, Mich., to which place
she went for an outing after complet
ing Jier studies at the University of
Illinois. She will teach in the Lexing
ton, 111., high school during the coming
A. G. Brown, editor of the Monmouth
Atlas, was in the city today, and for-
mally announced the candidacy of J.
11. Biown, also of Mionrftouth, for the
republican nomination for the supreme
court bench. Mr. Brown says that Mr.
Brown stands high in the estimation
of Monmouth people, having formerly
been master-in-chancery there. He
says that the Monmouth man is em-
minently qualified for the place,
The Ruth was north and south. The
Columbia was up from the south.
. The stage of water was 5 at fi a. m.
f.nd 5.1(1 at noon.
Soreness of the m
induced by violent exercise or Injury,
is quickly relieved by the free appli
cation of Chamberlain's Liniment
This liniment is equally valuable for
muscular rheumatism and always af
fords quick relief. Sold by all drug
WK Gl'AItAXTEK TO SAVE
YOU $2 TO $tO OX
And allow double the rebate
offered by other companies on
loan pi id before due.
: We will pay your balance with f
any other company and ad-;
vance you more money. .
LOANS Made on furniture,
pianos, fixtures, vehicles and
other chattels, In Moline, Rock
Island, Silvis, East Moline and
surrounding country. -
THE ORIGINAL THK ONLY
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Home Loan Co.
Room 1, : Moline Theater Iluild
.";' litRldai Y Third Avenue,
1 - , , Moline, III. r
Write or phone your wants if,.
unable to call.' Phone E. 888
TRIBUNES BUSY '
Supreme Body of Society Hav
ing Headquarters Here
LITTLE DONE IN MORNING
Kxperted That Business Will Be Com- )
pleted in Time for Adjournment
The supreme tribunal of the Frater
nal Tribunes was opened this morning
at 10 o'clock at Math's hall with a full
tvttendance of .the members- of that
ber of minor changes in the laws of
the society took up the remainder of
the morning, the matter being even
tually referred to the committee on
During the morning an invitation to
the members of the supreme tribunal
to attend the joint initiation and re
ception of Rock Island and Moline
tribunals in the latter city tomorrow
evening was read and accepted. This
will be the only social feature of the
meeting, which will probably close to
morrow night. Election of officers may
possibly be reached late this after
noon. SOCIAL AFFAIRS
. lcieiy newa. wriiien or leiepnonea
,,0 ,ne 8ocieiv editor or 'rne atb-us. wiu
be gladly received and published. But
li : . i . 1 1 . I . . . i .
in either case the identity of the sender
must be made known, to Insure relia-
bility. Written notices must bear sig-
Post Nuptial Reception. Mr. and
Mr&. Henry X. Lienhard last evening
gave a most delightful reception as n
post nuptial courtesy for their son
Charles L. Lienhard and his bride.
ITne affair which was given at the
Watch Tower inn was attended by
about 75 friends representing the tri-
cities and Silvis. The company was
received by Mr. and Mrs. H. X. Lienhard
in the lower hall and Mr. znd Mrs. Char
les Lienhard received their friends
as they came into the reception room.
The fvenln? afD?,!t infrmall- with
IUUUCUI2 aim at in uciuck ine coiuuan.v
dancing and at 10 o'clock the compan
went to the lower veranda where a
two course lunch was served. On the
bridal table was an enormous bridal
bouquet, made of the choicest fiowe.'s
and the gift of Henry Gaetjer, the
florist. After lunch dancing was again
enjoyed. Frappe was served duriug
the evening by the Misses Bessie
Ciark and Marie Murray, two little
flower girls from Davenport. Mr. an 1
Mrs. Charles Lienhard were married
in New York city June 9 and are
spending the summer with the former's
parents in this city.
Harrison-Henry. The marriage of
Miss Anna J. Henry, daughter of Mrs.
William Henry; 2721 Eighth-and-a-half
avenue, and Benjamine Harrison :f
St. Paul took place yesterday morning
a o'clock at Sacred Heart church,
the ceremony being performed by Rev.
N - F- Lockney. They were attended by
Miss Elizabeth Meenan and Will Toal.
Following the ceremony a wedding
breakfast was served at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John McGinnis. 2542
Eighth avenue, and was attended by
a small company of friends. The bride
wag dressed in a pretty white gown
elaborately trimmed in lace and she
carried bride's roses. The bridesmaid
wore white and carried pink and white
robes. Mr. and Mrs. " Harrison left
PCEterdy ft"noon '0roa ,t0 ?eiv
vei auu win turn iv Oi. rui, nunc
they will make their home. Mr. Harri
son is employed at a ticket agent at
91 Pnnl Tho hri.le has heen em
ployed in the notion department of
Daughters of Covenant Meet. Ttu
Daughters of the Covenant of the
First Methodist church -held a meeting
last evening at the home of Mrs. .S.
E. Mattison, 1137 Twentieth stree
The evening was devoted to business
and arrangements were made to hold
tne annual picnic next week. The
ladles also finished preparing for the
Christmas box to be sent to China
It is necessary to send the box at thi3
time in order that it may reach its
destination by the holidays. Lunch
was served during the evening by Mrs
Mattison. , . .- , . ....
Will Hold Lwn Sociable. Island
City .Court of Honor No.. 85 will hold
an, Ice cream lawn sociable Friday
evening, July 16, on Mrs. Borell's lawn
1207 Second street, to which the public
la Invited to attend.
' Tortured on a Horse.
"For 10 years I couldn't ride
horse without being in torture from
piles,"- writes L. S. Napier of Rug'
less, Ky., "when all doctors and
other retnedies failed, Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve ' cured me." - Infallible
for piles, burns., scalds, cuts, boils
fever-sores, , eczema, salt rheum
corns. 25 cents. Guaranteed by all
druggists. . '
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If you know how to make bread today you ought to
- , know how a week from today; hadn't " you? JnfvS
outer worus, n yuu kiiuw uuvv uj mane ureauc
your bakings should he uniformly good -t p
Well here'9 the point your bread would always be good if you .V.
". . . used flour that is always good. That's the: real: secret.3f
Don't blame yourself for frequent unsatisfactory bakings. !,:
. Place the blame where it belongs. Some flour is made of , ,
mixed grades of wheat. Such flour varies just as the .
wheat varies one sack good, the next sack bad Some- : .
times good and bad get into the same sack. . : . ' - '. i
Occident Flour costs a few cents more than such flour, bat that -few centi "
added cost makes all the difference in the world in quality. That V "
few cents enables us to use the very best : :'- .'-
: hard wheat, to wash and scour
ot it, to mill it with extreme care and skill
by the most advanced methods, to retain
all the nutritious parts of the wheat and
throw away all the waste parts, to test it at
every stage of the process. In short, to
make the perfect flour. " With Occident
Flour your bread will be . uniformly good.
We guarantee it to be, and your grocer will
refund your money if it is not.
For Sale by All
Davenport Flour, Feed & Commission
RESERVES ARE BACK
FROM LAKE CRUISE
Enjoyed a Fine Outing, Marred Only
by the Unfortunate Accident
Resulting in Death.
The local division of naval reserves
teturned this morning from the annual
cruise on the gunboat Nashville, on
which they spent the past week. The
division left here July 3 and boarded
trie ship at Chicago the following dav:
They then put out to sea and cruised
r.long the shores of Illinois. Wisconsin
Whole City Gone
Records Broken in Free Distribu
tion of Free 25c Packages of
; "Cerena," the Delicious
Demand Forre Frer DiNtrlhutloa Asrala
It was ' bevond all exneotatlons.
Thousands of excited men. women and
children, with coupon grasped in their
upntieci nanoH. stormed the counters or
nearly every- grocery store in the city
yesterday.- - They were all rushing for
Cerena. the delicious does-what-it-says
food-remedy that has set the who"le
town by the ears for the past week.
Before noon yesterday it was feared
that " the . supply would fall short, so
great was the demand.
A free 2Se package of Cerena was
handed to every person who held a cou
pon clipped from the daily papers yes
terday. So that every person -will have the
opportunity of getting a Tree 2iie pack
age of Cerena, it will be necessary to
print the free "Cerena" coupons in the
uajiy papers again tomorrow.
for. the coupons in tomorrow's
Cerena Is a marvel in taste and ef
fect ivenestt.' . No more constipation, no.
never more. It cures this disease nat
urally, surrly and permanently, yet it
contains positively no drugs.
rso more dyspepsia., no more stomach
roubles. No more pokey liver to make
on bilious. Positively no more,
Cerena. besides being a remarkable
remedy, is a most delicious feel-like-
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Cerena Is a food remedy made of se
leeted cereals, combined by a scientific
process, with the essences of nutritious
trims, and vegetables.
Wa-tch for the coupon tomorrow.
which will appear In this paper. Cut!
out the coupon arid take it early to
your grocer tomorrow anl he will at
once hand you a free 25t package of .
erena, a food for kings and a remedy I
or every man and woman who has
common sense enough to appreciate a
common sense remedy.
Watch for the coupon tomorrow In
this paper, and get Cerena free.
JiOThiThe Cerena coupon is good at
ny grocers wherever located: so cut it
out and present it to YOl'R grocer and
get a Zio package oi cerena KHKK.
Children Who Are Sickly-
Mothers who value their own comfort
and. the welfare of their children, should
never be without a box of Mother
Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, for
se throughout the season. They-break
D Colds, cure Feverishness. Constipa
tion, Teething Disorders. Headache and
Stomach Troubles. THESE POWDERS
NEVER FAIL. Sold by all Drug Stores,
oc. Don't accept any substitute. A
trial package will be sent FREE to
ny mother who will address Allen S.
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They have been
in baker's bread also disappointed many
times in bread from their own kitchen. -.. : :
i ?ut to,ay Emancipation day, so faraa
baking is concerned, for they will all find -
100 PER CENT PURE
IwSJw!!? loU tmmm muy they have mr kUfbt
-jti.th? T l-TOP BOY tetyon fre. Thii deScfoa. wkdf ,
; f ,rrh vT mornln. wul pleaae you (mr batter tbaa
theoMjrott have to work bard t prepare. , ;
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Company; "Wholesale Distributors!
and Michigan.. The usual line of train
ing, including rifle practice,-boat prac
tice and various drills was followed.
Xone ot the .men were any the worse
for thtrip and with the exception
of thegloom which the accidental
death; of a member of the - regular
ship's crew cast over the boat, the
trip was the most enjoyaftle one ever
taken. Thi3 was due to the fact thlt"
the scope of the sailors work was
considerably widened by the change
from the training ship Dorothea, to the
gunboat Nashville. . ' " -' '
FROM DOCTOR'S PRESCRIP
TION Is not only our most Important
duty, but it Is also work which
we like to do work in the ex
cellence of which we take pro
fessional pride, and to which we
give our unstinted endeavor. -
Will you entrust your prescrip
tions to our care? . A.
H. O. ROLFS, ' C
On a warm day is i
Math's Cold and Delicious
It will revive the energies of
the tired and thirsty, and put:'
new vigor into them when the
cold and snappy stream flows'
down their thirsty throats.
Made Luscious to the palate
by the choice fruit flavors and
Our 4 f
ICE CREAM SODA
is a dream of bliss and our
Orange, Lemon, Claret or Wild
Are regular thirst quenchers.
Try a one quart brick of-Ice
cream, we deliver it packed in
1710-18 Second Avenue. '
Both Phones. '
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'Now for a Treat?
This morning they are
to try their first loaf
of TIP-TOP BREAD.
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treat before them.
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