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THiS KOCK ISLiAXD ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. JUXE 18, 1913.
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Berries vith all the delicious
flavor that nature gave them,
fresh from the fields just in
today. No wasted, wilted yes
terday's stock sold at this
store. It would be impossible
to keep our berries overnight,
even if we wished it they sell
to the last little basket within
a few hours of receipt.
The arrangements we have made for
those luscious berries this season
make'it possible to Rive our regular
customers the pleasant surprise of
their lives. They are the finest that
ever came off the farm.
Send, bring or phone an order and
flive your family and friend a treat.
Fancy strawberries, a box 12 VaC
Crystal Dominoe Granulated Sugar, ex
tra fine, a splendid article for berries
and cakes, 5 lb. carton for 28c
I-nce's Jelly Dessert, all flavors,
three packages for ............. 25c
Armour's Pure Grape Juice,
In quart bottle- . 45c
Curtice Bros.' Pure Fruit Jams, any
variety, glass 25c; six for ... $1.30
Granulated White Cornmeal,
2 lb. carton 10c
Cracked Wheat, two
packages for 25c
H. R. Battles
THE QUALITY GROCERS
1806 SECOND AVENUE
Cement block foundations.
All kinds of cement work
Best work. Lowest prices
Clarence C. Hartman
1612 Fourteenth Street
Phone W. 1530-K.
Northfield, Minn Thomas II. Gill,
a dt-af man. was struck by a train and
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
ftiiii triiiiueniv. m
NO OTHER METHOD FOR SYSTEM
ATIC ACCUMULATION IS SO GOOD,
SO SAFE, SO BUSINESS-LIKE, SO
SURE IN ULTIMATE- RESULTS AS
OUR 8AVINQS PLAN.
WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST.
4 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS
The "Wonder Tour"
Through the Northwest
Have you ever been to G'.acler National Park? Have you ever
been to Yellowstone Park? Have you ever been to the North
Pacific Coast? Not
Well, I would like to have the privilege of explaining how you
can arrange a summer Tour to 1 nclude all three, stopping at
Glacier on the way out and Yellowstone on the way back.
It's the most interesting, fascinating trip in the world, and
Railroad, Hotel and Stage facil itles are so perfect now, that
, the trip is a joy from start to finish.
I wou'.d like to send you maps and pictures and booklets de
scribing these places, and I wou Id like you to let me help
you plan a trip and tell you all about the service and the
cost. Will you allow me to do this?
HAS GOOD TIMES
June Meeting of County Organ
ization Held at Oeneseo
Next Session Here.
The annual June meting of the Rock
Island County Dental society was held
yesterday afternoon at Geneseo. The
afternoon session was held in the of
fices of Dr. J. E. West and Dr. G. L.
i Wood and after a banquet which was
held at 6:30 at the Geneseo bouse, the
dentists enjoyed a paper on "Root Can
al Filling" by Dr. B. H. Sharrard of
Rock Island. Dr. Charles Long of
Rock Island was not present and his
paper entitled "Pyorrhea Vaccine" was
necessarily omitted. In addition to
the program Dr. J. W. Glensing of Mo
line performed a root amputation.
The next meeting of the society will
be held in Rock Island In October. The
program committee for the next meet
ing consists of Dr. C. W. Mueller, Rock
Island; Dr. E. W. King. Geneseo, and
Dr. C. W. Peterson, Mollne. At the
October meeting cmcers will be elect
ed. OPEN AIR SHOWS
ATTHE EXPO PARK
Clifton-Kelly Carnival Company
to Fill Six-day Engagement
in Rock Island.
Bigger, brighter and better than
ever, the Clifton-Kelly Carnival com
pany with a galaxy of high grade at
tractions will show in Rock Island
June 23 to 28, formal contracts having
been signed today. The big pen air
show will pitch its tents at Exposi
tion park for a one week stand, being
brought here under the auspices of
the Rock Island Amusement company
The Clifton-Kelly company is among
the top-liners in the amusement world,
and has for years borne the reputation
of carrying none but clean, high
grade attractions. After filling a long
engagement in Chicago, the company
made a stand at Blue Island, and is at
present playing in Ottawa, coming di
rect from that city here, and then
jumping north to St. Paul. Twenty
star attractions are presented and the
immense crowds which the carnival
has drawn In other cities may be tak
en as a criterion of its merit. The big
open air entertainment carries with it
only the cream of the performers, and
a rare treat awaits the people of the
St. I.. HAGANS.
Friends of Mrs. J. T. Thompson,
wife of Colonel J. T. Thompson, for
merly stationed at Rock Island arsenal,
H.S CABLE PRts
H.P.HULL v wts
KtoKlCNAWALI V MISJ
A.J LINDSTR0M. ct&ntr
MISS D. ODEX, Passenger agent
A. RIDDELL. Ticket agent.
Phone West 680.
will sympathize with her In tie death
of her brother. S. L. Hagans, which oc
curred In a hospital in Chicago last
Sunday. He was well known in the
tri-cities, especially in Davenport,
where he had visited many times with
his daughters, Mrs. E. C. Roberts and
Mrs. Burdick Richardson. Ke was in
Davenport only two weeks ago and
since then underwent an operation to
relieve chronic nephritis. He was 60
years of age and a son - of the late
Judge M. B. Hagans of Cincinnati. In
terment was in Chicago.
Ro6e, the young daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Katz, 1118 Fifth avenue,
passed away at St, Anthony's hospital
about 9 o'c.ock last night after an ill
ness of eleven days caused by measles
and pneumonia. Besides her parents
she is survived by two brothers and
The funeral was held at 8 this
morning at the home and interment
was made in the Jewish cemetery at
FI VERAL OF THOMAS I JONES.
The funeral of Thomas L. Jones was
held this morning at the Wheelan un
dertaking rooms on Third avenue. In
terment was made in Chippiannock
Owing to the fact that word was re
ceived this morning that relatives of
the late Louis Marks had been locat
ed in New York and were on their
way to Rock Island the funeral which
was to have been held this af-ernoon
FINED IN COURT
C. . Dietz Appeals Case
Hart to Prosecute All
That the war on automobile speed
ers has not been stopped was evidenc
ed this morning when three luckless
buzz-wagon owners were arraigned in
police court. A. Langman, arrested by
Officer McCarthy, was fined $10 and
costs for exceeding the speed limit,
and E. C. Grable, arrested by Officer
Herkert, was assessed a like amount.
C. E. Dietz, the.Moline attorney, who
was arrested Saturday night for burn
ing up the highways, was fined $10 and
costs, but appealed his case to a higher
Commissioner Hart stated this morn
ing that no further leniency would be
shown to speeders. In the past it has
been the custom to allow the offender
his liberty on his own recognition. "In
the future tie speeders will have to
stay in jail like the rest of the birds,"
said Hart "If an autoist is arreBted
Saturday night, he will have to 6tay
behind the bars until Monday mnmin?
Just because an auto driver has money
is no reason why he should be favored
any more than other offenders."
A Good Student
"Is your boy a good student?"
"Yes." replied Mr. Wealthy. "To a
certain extent be is. The way be gets
his mother and me to put up with bis
expense accounts shows that he is a
wonderful student of human nature."
It cured me." or "It saved the life
of my child," are the expressions you
hear every day about Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy.
This is true the world over where this
valuable remedy has been introduced.
No other medicine in use for diar
rhoea or bowel complaints has receiv
ed such general approval The secret
of the success of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy is that
It cures. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.)
I WAS BADLY BLOATED
I Could Not Get My Shoes on, My
Feet and Legs were so Swollen.
u s u a lly caused
by organic dis
ease. It may be
the heart, or
liver, or kidneys.
Some times the
lungs. But tie re
is a form of
dropsy that la
caused by thin
e r u m of the
blood exudes .. , ,
into the tissues. Mr Jennie Randall,
causing dropsy. R' F - Enfl
It is a very seri- MaM
ous condition sometimes, but there is
much more prospect of relief, since
there is so organic disease behind it
The blood is thin for want of proper
assimilation of food. The digestion
may be poor. In these cases Peruna
is a very excellent remedy.
Read what Mrs. Randall says:
."1 have been a sufferer from Bright'e
disease nearly six years; also chronic
catarrh for a much longer time. One
doctor said there was no help for me.
"Then I wrote the Peruna Medical
department. My body was badly bloat
ed and my feet were so swollen and
sore I could not get my shoes on. Now
the swelling is gone and I can wear
my shoes with comfort all the time.
At the time I first wrote them, when
I stepped on my feet It felt aa if there
w ere pins piercing the instep of them.
I suffered excruciating pain and ache
in my back and limbs. Since taking
Peruna and Manalin I have been great
ly benefited. I shall not cease to rec
ommend Peruna whenever I have an
People who object to liquid' medi
cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets.
TO LOS ANGELES
Complete Reports of Golf Play
Show Coa3t Players Win
ners with Score of 36.
. Reports received yesterday of teams
competing Monday in the annual com
petition for the Tom Morris Memor
ial trophy failed to upset the leaders
and the trophy and medals will go
again to the Los Angeles Country club,
which finished 30 down to par.
Norman Macbeth, who won t)he in
dividual medal last year, again leads
the whole field with a score of 4 up.
Other scores on the winning team
were: Jac Jevne, 2 up; E. S. Arm
strong, 6 down; William Frederickson,,
6 down; George H. Schneider. 6 down;'
R. D. Lapham, 7 down; John W. Wil
son, S down; F. H. Edwards, 9 down.
The course is approximately 6,500
yards long and par. is 76. The team
which played was with one exception
that which won the trophy last year.
Last year the Los Angeles men fin
ished 40 down. The revised standing
Los Angeles Country club ...36 down
Annandale Country club, Pasa
dena, Cal 39 down
Glen Echo Country club, St.
Louis 46 down
Memphis Country club 47 down
Calumet Country club, Chi
cago .: 55 down
Rock Island Arsenal Golf club . 56 down
Midlothian Country club. Chi
cago 57 down
Skokie Country club, Chicago. CO down
Highland Golf club, Indianap
olis 60 down
Beverly Country club.Chicago.62 tfowa
Detroit Golf club, Detroit ..C3 down
Exmoor Country club, Chi
cago 64 down
Jackson Park Golf club, Chi
cago Co down
Riverside Golf club, Chicago. 67 down
Homewood Country club, Chi
cago 6S down
Victoria club. Riverside, Cal.. 69 down
Interlachen club, Minneapolis. 70 down
Nashville Golf club 71 down
San Gabriel valley, Los An
geles 73 down
Country club of Indianapolis. 74 down
Rockford Country club. 111. . .75 down
Mayfleld Country club, Cleve
land, Ohio 75 down
St. Paul Town and Country
club 75 down
Birmingham Country club,
Alabama 79 down
Wheaton Golf club, Chicago.. 79 down
Windsor Golf club, Chicago.. 80 down
Denver Country club 80 down
Minikahda Golf club, Minne
apolis 80 down
Topeka Country club 81 down
South Shore Country club,
Chicago 83 down
Salt Lake Country club 84 down
Northland club, Duluth ., 84 down
Happy Hollow Country 'club,
Omaha 85 down
Dallas, Tex., Country club ...86 down
Hutchinson Countxy club,
Kansas 92 down
Sinnissippi Golf club, Janes-
ville, Wis. '. 93 down
Soangetaha Golf club, Gales
burg, 111 104 down
Douglas Country club, Ariz... 107 down
Ridgemoor Golf club, ChicagollO down
Hamilton Country club, Cin
cinnati Ill down
Interlachen club, Denver ....121 down
II CiTY CHAT II
Meeting of Trl-City Wireless club at
Long View park.
Meeting of Woman's Presbyterial
Mission society of United Presbyterian
church at Moline.
Meeting of the Trl-City Federation of
Golf match for women on arsenal
Davenport vs. Bloomington at Dav
Davenport vs. Bloomington at Dav
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
For express, call William Trefx,
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Independent Express Co. West 88L
Kerler Rug ' company tor vacuum
cleaning and rug making.
Our B. B. serge at $33 is tho best
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer'a
Six per cent farm mortgages. Litten
& Roberts. People's Nations', bank
Coal. coal. coal. The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coal.
Come and get cooled off on the lawn
of the Central Presbyterian church to
morrow eveping. The King's Soldiers
will serve you with ice cream and
cake for 10 cents. Indoors in case of
AH the news all tne time 'roe
See the Coupon Contest
Ad the Department Mana
gers are running today
Look! Young & McCombs'
Daily United States Weather Map
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Fair tonight and Thurs
day; warmer tonight.
JSrcSjA5E 'llrmlSnpS, tthTfautl
O clear: Q rarUT cloudy; A cloudy; rain- snow- d wt mit? ?'
Low, or relatively low, pressures
which prevail from the Pacific coast
eastward to the upper Missouri valley
have been attended by showers in
Washington and Oregon and by scat
tered showers and thunderstorms in
the Rocky mountain region, the west
ern portion of the lake region and in
Texas. The northern area of high
pressure and cool temperature has ad
vanced to the eastern portion of the
lake region and the upper St. Lawr
ence valley. Owing to the moderate
ly high pressures which still prevail
in the Mississippi valley, and the ef
fects of the Rocky mountain low, gen
erally fair weather is indicated for
this vicinity tonight and Thursday,
with slightly warmer tonight.
Today's Market Quotations
(By Associated Press.)
Chicago, June 18. Cattle, 17,000;
slow, weak to 10c lower. Beeves,
7.30 9.20; stockers and feeders, 6.30
8.20; cows and heifers. 4.008.40;
Hogs, 30,000; slow, 5c under yester
day's average. Bulk, 8.458.55; light,
8.3508.60; mixed 8.30 8.60 ; heavy,
Sheep, 24,000; weak, mostly 10c to
15c lower; 4.705.80.
Hog receipts were too heavy for Im
mediate needs of buyers. The enlarg
ed run was attributed to oool weather.
Proportion of good cattle in offer
ings was smaller than usual. Besides,
the arrivals numbered 5,000 in excess
of ti.e total on the corresponding day
a week ago.
Buyers were so few in the sheep and
lambs trade that quotations were
July wheat opened 91,(g91; clos
Corn opened 61?s62; closed 62 Vs-
Oats opened 41(9 42; closed 42',i
Lard 11.07 11.10.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 red, 101 105; No. 3
red, 95100; No. 2 hard, 93Vi94'4;
No. 3 hard, 92 94.
Corn No. 2, 02 63 Vi ; No. 2 white,
6363; No. 2 yellow, 62C3'i;
No. 3, 62'i62; No. 3 white, 62?4
63; No. 3 yellow, 62iiC3.
Oats No. 2, 3940; No. 2 white, 43
43; No. 3, 39; No. 3 white. 41?i
424 ; standard, 42',643.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, June 18. Following are
the quotations on tne New York stock
American Sugar Refining 105
American Tel. & Tel. 128
St. Paul 104Vg
Illinois Central 109
International Harvester 103
New York Central 9914
Northern Pacific 108 V
People s Gas 107
Reading 158 14
Rock Island common 16 '
Rock Island preferred 20 :
Nnion Pacific 140 !
U. S. Steel common 54 14 i
U. S. Steel preferred 104 Vi !
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
June 18. Followjng are the whole
sale quotations on the local market !
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Eggs, fresh, doz isc
Butter, dairy, lb 25c
Butter, creamery, lb 23c
Butter, packing stock, lb 18c
Potatoes, bushel S0e
Parsley, bunch 31-3c
Tomatoes, green house. Ib. 20c
Onions, bunch 2c
Cucumbers. eacL 15c. 10c. 6c
Lettuce, lb ...12c
Lettuce, head. Ib. 2c
New potatoes, Florida, bbL ...$6.76
New Cabbage, Louisiana, lb.,;... 4c
Onions, Texas, Bermuda and Silver
lb 6c 4c
;Uia cocu gc
1 Chickens 14c
S. Department of Agriculture.
"fin i ncK tfUKfcAU.
v-UtA . .
High. Low. Prep.
Atlantic City 92 64 .00
Boston 82 66 .00
Buffalo 76 52 .00
Rock Island 95 66 ' .00
Denver 90 58 .00
Jacksonville 96 74 .00
Kansas City 94 76 .00
New Orleans 90 74 .00
New York 86 60 .00
Norfolk 90 72 .00
Phoenix 100 72 .00
St. Louis 98 76 .00
St. Paul 84 60 .74
San Diego 66 5S .00
San Francisco .... 66 56 .00
Seattle 70 54 .00
Washington, D. C. . 88 68 .00
Perch 4c to 7c
Halibut, fresh 10c
Pickerel, lb 80
Trout, lb 12c
Catfish, lb 15c
Halibut lb 10c
Flour, Feed and Fuel.
Straw, ton J9.50
Straw, bale 4045c
Hay. prairie, bale 60c60c
Bran, ton J23.00
Bran, cwt $1.25
Ear corn, bushel 58c
Oats, load, bushel 40c
Corn chop, cwt. 1.35
Shorts, ton $24.00
Shorts, cwt $1.25
Wheat bushel 85c
Corn, bushel 55c
Coal, lump, per ton $3.504.00
Timothy hay $14$17
II REALTY CHANGES II
Chris. G. Dack to Fred Bruhn, lots
8, 9, 10, and 11, block 1, Dack's 2d
add.. Rock Island, $400.
Christine Robbins to Chas. S. Fobs,
part lot 7. C. F. Mueller's sub. div.,
Chas. A. Palmer to Frank Barthing,
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Listen to What We Have to Say!
High grade overhauled and rebuilt motor cars. Our factory has given
us 30 days to clear every second hand car in our stock. Do you real
ize what this means? It means we MUST sell. No reasonable offer
These cars are in perfect machanical condition. Come look them
over. Make us a proposition and we will see that you get what you
want. In the list are
Loziers, Chalmers, Cadillacs, Premiers, Stcddard-Daytons, Peerless,
Knox, Franklin Six, Pierce-Arr ows, Ramblers.
We will pay your railroad fare to Chicago if you buy a car from
us, on presentation of tnis ad.
Premier Motor Car Company
Department 10, 2329 Michigan Blvd., Chicago, III.
ROCK ISLAND and MOLINE
We Offer Subject to Prior Sale and
10 Shares German Trust & Savings bank "" . $132
25 Shares Mechanics & Merchants Savings 147
10 Shares Peoples National bank 126
30 Shares State Bank of Rock Island 166
' STOCKS, BONDS, MORTGAGE8
People's National Bank Building. Rock Island. Ill
Phone -West 122.
I A At MAT.
lln'sl throBh points
0nl, tot ". ftee.log. 80. and 100.
Winnipeg 66 48 .00
Yellowstone Park . 42 .02
St. Paul 14 1.7 xO.l
Red Wing 14 3.2 0.1
Reed's Landing ... 1? 3.4 0.1
La Cros6e 12 3.S 0.1
Lansing 18 4.6 02.
Prairie du Chien . J8 5.3 0.3
Dubuque IS G.3 0.4
Le Claire 10 3.4 0.2
Rock Island ...... 15 5.6 0.1
Slowly falling stages in the Missis
sippi will continue from below Du
buque to Muscatine.
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
lot 7. block 2, Palmer & Hartzell 2d
add.. East Moline, $1.
Geo. W. Strosahl to August and
Leonarda Van Becke, port lat 6, Hy
Dedloff's add.. Moline, $160,
Charles Seaholm to John P. Sea
holm, part lot 6 and 7, block "F
Moline AVater Power Co.'s add., Mo
line, $2700. .
John A. Miller to WTilliam G. Work
man, ne4, se!4, sec. 20-16-5w, $4000.
John F. Reno to Gus. A. Shallberg,
lot 6, Ball & Davis add., Moline. $1.
G. A. Shallberg to John F. Rend and
Louis A. Paradise, :ots 30 and 31,
Campbell's Island, $1.
Helen L. and Geo. W. Ross to Geo.
W. Cratnptcn. lots 22. block 122, New
Shops add.. East Moline, $2750.
Hugh E. Curtis to Mary E. Robin
son, ex., part nw i sec. 36-18-2w. $1.
Harry Nicholson to W, E. and Edna
Rodgers, lot 13, C. O. Arenschield's
1st add., W'atertown, $1600.
Los Angeles, Cal. Harold Wlttlock,
18 years old, was killed last night
while testing an electric contrivance
he had arranged to killcats which
had been killing little chickens.
and decorating. Paper hung by
the roll or contract. Prices
gladly given. O. F. STANLY.
Telephone West 2725.