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ITHE ARGtTS,: THtTRSDAT. JULY 20, 1909.
Dairymen Are Informed 'That
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VlOmUUU Ol AiitW WttS XUUUU
in Last Test of Milk.
GIVEN .ANOTHER CHANCE
Health Commissioner Calls Attention
to the Requirements and Prom
Dr. Albert N. Mueller, the health
commissioner, has sent out a letter 10
each of the milk dealers, referring 10
the results of the July test of milk.
He states that while the test showed
several samples below the required
standard, no prosecution is to be be
gun until another test is made. The
commissioner is warning against fail
ure to comply with the law. He points
out the provisions of the ordinances
and the state law.
What In Required.
The commissioner's letter is as fol
lows: Rock Island, 111., July 29. Dear Sir
At a recent meeting of the board of
THIS IS CERTAIN.
The Proof That Rock Island Readers
What could furnish stronger evi
dence of the efficiency of any reme
dy than the test of time? Thousands
of people testify that Doan's Kid
ney. Pills cure permanently.
' Home endorsement should prove
undoubtedly' the merit, of thi3 rem
edy. Years ago your friends and
neighbors testified to the relief they
had derived from the use of Doan's
Kidney Pills. They say time has
completed the tests.
Mrs. Isaac Sniffer. 1417 Fifth av
enue, Rock Island, 111., says: "I glad
ly confirm the statement I gave in
1907 publicly endorsing Doan's Kid
ney Pills as I value this remedy as
highly as ever. Doan's Kidney Pills
cured a member of my family of a
severe and long standing case of
Vidnev rnmnlainr and there has nev
er been a return of the trouble. I
also know of several other people
who have used Doan's Kidney Pills
and I have yet to hear of a case
where this remedy has failed to live
up to the claims made for it."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
falo, N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
health and health commissioner report
ed the results of the July laboratory
tests of milk and cream sold Ik this
city. The gradings were unsatisfactory
but the board decided not to prose
cute on these tests, instead this letter
is being sent to each dealer in dairy
products calling his attention to the
city ordinances on milk and cream 'n
spection which are &s follows:
"All cans, vessels and receptacles
used in the hauling of milk and crea-.ii
as well as all packages, refrigerators,
or compartments of stores or other
places where milk or cream is kept,
stored or hauled, shall be kept, main
tained scrupulously neat and clean,
and shall be kept free from the pres
ence of vicinity of any article of any
kind likely to contaminate or injur
iously affect the sweetness, quality or
condition of the milk or cream.
"No milk shall be kept, or offered for
sale, stored, exchanged, transported,
conveyed, carried or delivered, or with
such intent as aforesaid, be in the care,
custody, control or possession of any
on.? if it contains more than 88 per
cent of watery fluids or less than 12
per cent of total solids, of which total
solids three of the per cent shall be
butter fat. (The total of s-ulids in the
July test were iu many cases below
giade. The Illinois state law standa-d
for cream is 18 per cent butter fatf.
"Any person who shall adulterate
milk or cream or reduce any way ,tr
change it in any respect by the addi
tion of water or any foreign or other
substance or by the removal of cream
therefiom with a view of selling or
offering the same for sale, or exchaue
shall be deemed guilty of a misde
meanor. "No milk or cream shall be sold. kept,
offered or exposed for sale, stored,
ttansporied, exchanged, carried, deliv
ered or iu any manner disposed of.
drawn from cows within 15 days lie
fore and five days- after parturition,
nor shall the same be mixed with any
other milk or cream for such pur
poses. HnriiM limt He C lean.
"All persons, firms or corporation
who own or keep a dairy and offer the
products thereof for sale in the city c.f
Rock Island shall maintain the prem
ises thereof free from any accumula
tions of refuse matter or offal, which
' shall be removed frequently, so as not
. to endanger the public health."
I It is needless to say the detection
. of any preservative or foreign s"u'j
stance to sweeten milk will be vigor
J Licenses for 199 are now due and
should be paid to the city clerk with
out delay. Respectfully yours.
ALBERT X. MUELLER, M. D.
Steamer Columbia to Muscatine ev-
J ery Saturday at 4 p. m.
BUT FOUR LIEN LEFT
K. P. Edwards, Hoagland, Ev
ans and Seckel Survive in
IN SEMI-FINALS TOMORROW
AValter K. Wood, Favorite and -Ser-.
eral Others Though Formidable,
Flossmoor, 111.. July 29. The follow
ing were winners in the fourth days
play of the western amateur golf cham
pionship tournament and will compete
tomorrow in the semi-fiinals: Ken
neth Edwards, Midlothian; , Ralph
Hoagland, Riverside.; Charles Evans,
Jr., Exmoor; Albert Seckel, River
side. Wood Fnlln hy Way.
Chicago, July 29. Surprises sprang
up so fast in the first and second
rounds of the western golf champion
ship at Homewood yesterday that they
left the followers gasping for breath.
It was a bad day for champions and
for favorites Probably the greatest
jar of all was when Warren K. Wood,
the Elmwood expert, who won the
qualifying cup with 146, was beaten 3
and 2 by R. A. Gardner of Hinsdale.
Eben M. Byers of the Allegheny
club, Pittsburg, who came all the way
from smoketown, was walloped in the
first round by Gordon Copeland, the
Skokie youths The young Comellian
has played but little off his home links,
but certainly did get going yesterday.
He ran all over his eastern rival on
the last nine holes, the final score
being 4 and 3. Then Mason E. Phelps
of Midlothian, who won the title last
year at Rock Island, fell victim to N.
Mears of Evan si on in the first round
This was distinctly a surprise, as
Mears has not made much noise in
big tourneys around the city. It was
the longest match of the day, going to
the 20th hole.
All VlMltorx Are Out.
When the first round started there
were seven visitors in the running,
but when it closed there was only one
left, E. Callender of Peoria. He wus
eliminated in the afternoon by Albert
Seckel of Riverside, by the big count
of 7 and C. Ralph Hoagland, also of
Riverside, mowed his way through
both rounds, decisively beating Harry
Legg of Minneapolis and Yale 5 and 3
in the morning. After lunch Hoag
land took the measure of Copeland.
the conqueror of Bryan. But the
Skokie lad had enough glory for one
day. . .
Kenneth Edwards of Midlothian won
his way to the third round by cutting
down Harold Weber of Toledo in the
morning, 1 up, and then taking a fall
out of his club mate. Bob Hunter, in
the afternoon. Ned Sawyer of Whea
ton disposed of Mears in the after
noon at the home green, and "Chick"
Evans kept in the running by downing
Lindsay, 3 and 2. - Lee Maxwell, the
former maroon star, is left In the go
ing, as is also Paul Hunter of Mid
lothian. The I)nj Meruit.
The results of the day were:
Warren K. Wood, Homewood, beat
R. B. Martin, Wheaton. 7 and C.
R. A. Gardner, Hinsdale, beat H. W.
Lockett, Homewood, 5 and 4.
R. E. Hunter, Midlothian, beat F. G.
Douglass, Wheaton, 7 and 0.
K. P. Edwards, Midlothian, beat 11.
Weber, Toledo, 1 up. : .
E. Callender, Peoria, beat I). Magill,
Jackson Park, 5 and 4."
: A. Seckel, Riverside, bpat W. Fair
banks, Denver, 7 ajid 5. ... -.-
N. - Mears. Evanston, beat M. E.
Phelps, Midlothian,-1 up; 20 holes.
D. E. Sawyer, Wheaton, beat W. H.
Diddle, Indianapolis,.. 3 and 2.
G. Lindsay, Homewood, beat C. Mc
Arthur, Homewood.5 and 4.
L. Maxwell. Hinsdale, beat C. B. Do
vol. Riverside, 2 and 1.
E. A, Enlass, Calumet, beat H. Fish
er, Denver, 3 and 1.
P. Hunter, Midlothian, beat W. B.
Langford. Westward Ho, 7 and C.
A. Stillwell, - Midlothian, beat A.
Stickney, St. Louis', '2 and 1. .
R. Hoagland. Riverside, beat H.
Legg, Minneapolis, 5 and 3.
G. Copeland, Skokie, beat E. M. By
ers, Allegheny, 4 and 3.
C. Evans, Edgewater, beat C. Baker,
Beverly 3 and 2.
Gardner beat Wood, 3 and 2. ,
Edwards beat R. Hunter. 7 and G.
Seckel beat Callender, 7 and G.
Sawyer beat Mears, 1 up.
Evans beat Lindsay, 3 and 2.
Maxwell beat Enlass. 3 and 2.
P. Hunter beat Stillwell. 5 and 3.
Hoagland beat Copeland, 3 and 2.
t . S. ;lf Procrnm Aunouneeil.
New York. July 29. The United
States Golf association announced yes
terday the program and conditions of
play for the amateur golf champion
ship of the United Slates, which will
be played over the Chicago golf links
at Wheaton, 111., from Sept. to 11 of
this year. The winner of the cham
pionship will receive a gold medal, and
a silver medal will be given the runner-up.
Bronze medals will be given to
the other semi-finalists, while the play
er making the lowest score in the qua!-
The "Best Suit Buying Chance of the Season
is note 9 and Our Store the Place
The time of all times to purchase a high grade, most fashionable, man tailored
cloth suit for summer and early fall wear is now
This Sale is Without a Parallel in Our Experience .
Never have we offered such beautiful and desirable suits
for so little money It is a complete' clearance of every
cloth suit in our entire store and prices have been reduc- .
ed one-third, one-lialf and less than half.
Thred Lots to Choose From and Full Assortments in Each
Lot 1, $17.50 to -fr 1 A If you ever expected to get much
' 20.00 Suits at4 Jill of a suit for. $10 you will be
agreeablv surprised iin the suits we are showing at this
price all are strict Jy tailor-made this season's styles
made to our order within the last 30 days they com'e in
fancy panamas mohair and worsted materials in'all the
most desired colors and sizes.
Lot 2, $22.50. $25. $30;
and $32.50 Suit9 for . .
Strictly new high grade tailor-made
suits at this little price everyone of
them a stylish, desirable garment.
Dozeha of styles to choose from, and
not one poor one in the entire lot. The
same suits you have looked at this
season, marked in plain figures.
$22.50. ?25. J30. and $32.50. are now
offered to you at $15
Lot 3, $35, $37.50, $40
and $45.00 Suits for . .
-wore than 100 suits in this assort
ment practically Including every high
priced suit" In our store. The very
newest and highest grade suits pro
duced this season among them are ex
clusive models of 2 and 3 piece suits
some that even sold as high at $50;
year choice now for $20
Suit styles such as we snow are practical. The coats can he worn separately these cool days and
evenings, and the skirts can be used to wear with shirt waists during the hot summer months.
114-116 W. 2nd
e e Bibe
ifying round of 30 holes will receive a
The tournament will open Sept. C
with 18 holes. nieoi piay. C4 players
to qualify, which will continue through
Tuesday morning. The 32 players hav
ing the best score for the 30 holes
shall qualify for the championship.
Tuesday afternoon the 18-hole match
play round will begin, to be followed
on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
by 3(Miole match play rounds. The 30
hole final round is scheduled for Saturday.
Steamer Columbia to Muscatine ev
ery Saturday at 4 p. m.
(Continued from page Three).
on Snyder. Thu fine will stand in
addition to the one assessed by the
league president. In case Snyder re
fuses or fails to pay the fine within
five clays, he will be issued a suspen
sion notice. By the way, the decision
over which the trouble rose was ad
mitted to be the correct one by
Keenan, after that individual had
cooled off long enough to think t
A Night Rider's Raid.
The worst night riders are calo
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raid your bed to rob you of rest. Not
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They never distress or inconvenience
but always cleanse the system, cur
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malaria, 25 cents at all druggists..
Here is Relief for Women.
If you have pains In the back. Urin
ary. Bladder, or Kidney trouble,' ar:d
want a certain pleasant herb relief from
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Jt Is a safe, relia
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mail for F.O cents. Sample sent FREE.
Address, The Mother Gray Co., Le Koy,
Sale for Cast
l 20-H. P. Alternating Current
6 Motors 1-4 to 3 H. P.
. Starting Boxes, etc.
One Metal Saw and Table.
One Miller Saw Trimmer.
Two Melting Pots.
Two Flat Casting Boxes.
Galleys and Galley Racks.
1 Ad Type Cabinet.
1 Cut Cabinet.
One Hoisting Table.
One Smelter. .
Type and Type Racks.;
5, Roll Top Desks. 1
2 Plat Top Desks.
Chairs, Partitions, etc.
1 Fox Typewriter.
Two Oliver Typewriters.
About 4 tons Metal.
And othWr articles used about
a printing office.
Also about 8 tons 34-inch
Sale to Commence Thursday, July 29, at 1 P. M. and Continue Until Equipment is
Sale Conducted by H. C. Harris, of Rock Island, 111.