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j TUTSDAY TIIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS-APRIL 13, 1S20.
KAU GIVES ONLY RELIABLE MmHA nr mn mm m. Ultimo jjr urn t'onBly ift EigvrtM Atkt Fftm erg to Flam CoafMeaee ftr ReeaURei4tfoa. nr.ITTTTTN PESVED AT PALSE ALARM CALLS; REWARDS la a circular mailed to member of the Rock Iilatad county farm bureau today by County Agent Pal mer R Edgerton, attention is di rected to the stand of the bureau with regard to information fur nished members along agricultural lines. County Agent Edgerton re marks that he has heard reports to the effect that information given concerning the combination of the -dormant and cluster bud spray as a safe and economical practice was not advisable. He states that the farm bureau would like it gener ally understood that it stands for reliable and up to the minute agri cultural information and that it is not making recommendations that cannot be safely followed. As proof of the bureau's position in the matter at issue, he submits a copy of a letter from T. J. Talbert, horticulturalist at the Missouri ex periment station, in which the prac tice of combining the dormant and cluster bud spray is advocated. The Rock Island firemen at 4:12 o'clock yesterday afternoon an swered a call to the home ot Julius Dhooge, 215 Ninth street, where a small roof blaze was extinguished. Damage was nominal. , At 1:45 o'clock this morning the firemen answered a false alarm call sent In tram box No. 62 on Fifth avenue and Twenty-eighth street Assistant Fire Chief Joseph Val entine called attention today to the expense involved upon the tax pay ers whenever the fire trucks are called out. and repeated the re quest that citicens be watchful ot nersons sending in false alarms. The city offers a reward of 50 for information leading to the ar rest and conviction of any man, woman or child sending in false fire alarms. In addition to the expense attached- to the trucks making their runs there is always a certain ele ment of danger of collisions with automobiles and running down oedestrians. It was after consid ering these dangers that the city decided to offer a reward for per sons giving information of any one sending in false alarms. AL LIVINGSTONE NAMED PRESIDENT OF BETH ISRAEL HEED RECRUITS FOR ORDIIAIICE WW Send Men from Springfield District ' Rock Island ArsenaL COLLEGE ORATORS UEET TWO SCHOOLS IN DEBATE PESTS i i Today's Anniversaries j 1733 Lord North, prime minister of Great Britain during the American Revolution, born. Died Aug. 5. 1792. James Harper, one of the founders of the New York publishing firm, bnrn at Newtown, N. Y. Pied in lfi6f. The United .States flag as finally adopter) was first rais ed over tlie hall of the house of representa'ives in Wash ington. A charter was granted to the Metropolitan .Museum of Art in New York city. , Traffic throughout England war, tied up by a severe snow storm. Admiral Sir George Rose Sar torius. the last survivor of Trafalgar, died in London. Born there Auk. 9. 1700. -Anna Louisa Boshoom-Tous-siant. celebrated Dutch nov elist, died at' The Hague. Born Sept. 16, 1S12. There will be 450 men enlisted by the ordnance department of the United V States army, from the .Springfield district, a large num ber of whom will oe sail to me Rock Island arsenal, according to a report given out to a Springfield paper by Captain Skinner, head of that recruiting district. Colonel Harry B. Jordan, arsenal commandant, questioned about the enlistments as they applied to the arsenal, said that he had received no official notice to that effect, but that the department needed men and he "would be delighted ( to get as many as possible." The recruits to the department will serve a term of one year. Men of army age will be accepted re gardless of their previous service. The opportunity affords a chance to learn a trade of the manufactur ing of equipment used by the army. PROPERTY HOLDERS' XOTICE. Gen. No. 533. Notice is hereby given to all per sons interested that the council of the city of Rock Island, Illinois, having ordered the construction of a ten-inch sewer on Fifth avenue from the sewer at Twenty-first Beth Israel synagogue elected street to the east line of Twen officers for the ensuing year !ast!tieth street, and the ordinance for !thi same heme on fie in the ofhoe 179a- 1S70- 1876- ISS5- 1SS6-- the same being on file in the office of the city clerk of said city, and said city having applied to the county court of Rock Island coun ty, Illinois, for an assessment of the cost of said improvement by special assessment, according to benefits, said assessment being payable in 10 installments, each bearing interest at the rate of o per cent per annum, and an as sessment therefor having been made and returned to said court, DIVORCE ACTION the hearing thereon will be had on une liura aay oi April, a. u. is.u, ! at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m., or as i snnn thereafter as the hnsiness of a petition hied in,-the circuit court lhe court win permit ! today for divorce from Lawrence) A11 p(,rsons desiring raav file ob jHednck charges him with extreme jctions in ain- C0Urt. before said jand repeated cruelty, f he alleges dav am, on ,he hcarj ithat on numerous occasions Hed-I n ,,fmso President Al Livingstone. Vice president Hyman- Lewis. Secretary Ben Lewis. Financial secretary Henry Mor ris. Treasurer Simon Lewis. Trustes for one year Abe Fin kelstein, Charles Brady, M. I. Morris. MAE HEDRICK IN On Thursday evening - of this week Augustana will engage in her second forensic conquest of the season when her teams meet Mon mouth college and Illinois college in a triangular debate. These same local teams met St 01af'3 college of Northfield, Minn., in a dual debate on the 25th of March, and succeeded in splitting the decisions of the judges, the negative team, winning on the home floor and the affirmative or ganization losing to their hosts at Northfield. Monmouth, who sends her team here to meet Augustana's affirma tive, will also be well seasoned for the contest, having seven of her former debaters back in school this year. They are debating the same question with Carthage college to night in a dual meet. . Illinois college is also a formid able rival, and in the past her con tests with Augustana have been pretty even. The 'team which will debate on the home floor is composed of Frazier Vance, Karl Swanberg and Lester Palmer. Karl Fryxell is their alternate. Palmer debated in the Omaha high schools, and Vane 3 was on the local high school team in 1917. Meet at JaekamviUe. " The team which makes the pil grimage to Jacksonville is com posed of Roy H. Johnson, E. Einar Kron and C. Edwin Munson, with Malvin Lundeen acting as alter nate. Munson won one of the prizes in the state ' oratorical contests where he represented the Omaha high school. He has had good de bating experience also, and is cap taining this team. Roy H. Johnson debated two years In the local high school, and this is his second year representing the local college in debate. " - ? A goodly measure of the credit for the work being done by the teams is due to the efforts of their coach. Professor Albert F. Schers ten of the English - department Professor Schersten has coached debating teams for several years, and is doubtless the best man that could be secured for this kind o! work. Tickets for the local debate are in the hands ot members of the forensic board of the college. SO TROUBLE. To make ordinary candy and call it Pecan Roll, bnt to produce that rich, fluffy nugat found in ABRA HAM'S PECAN ROLL requires ABRAHAM skill. . FIBSTER TAKES HIGH SCORE AT CHECKER MEET ' The high score in games played last evening by numbers ot the Neighborhood Checker club which met at the home of Laurence Pari don, was taken by. Chester Firster. with 23 points. Others obtained the following points: Oscar Ap ple, 20; Laurence Paridon. 16; Os car Freeze, 16; Henry Kramer, 14; H. A. Weld, 13; H. Hankins, 11; L. A. Pollard, 8. SPORTS If you have any furniture that needs. fixing we -can -fix it. Carter Bros. Phone R. !. 1836. SLOW DEATH Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi culty in urinating, often mean Berious disorders. The world's standard remedy for kidney.Hver, bladder and uric acid troubles j GOLD MEDAL rick beat, struck and kicked her. j The . petition sets forth that the : marriage was performed in Haven- port on Xov. 19, 1918 and that the i couple was separated on Sept. 13, 11919. The complainant, asks that I her maiden name of .Mae Burback i be restored to her. iand make their defense. I Dated at Rock Island. 111., April IS, 1920. i JAKE LF.FSTEIN. Officer appointed to make jthc as sessment brine onick relief and often ward off , i deadly diseases. Known as the national ! i remedy of Holland foi more, than 209 i years. All druggists, lr three sizes, j Leak for the name Cold Med, en omrj fcjos end accept no imitation ! kfiisi: To accept cheap imitations, but in sist on the, Genuine ABRAHAM'S PECAN' ROLLS sold in white boxes only, bearing ABRAHAM'S trade mark. ri-EAsni Everybody is a hard proposition. ! You'll say it can't be done, but w. attribute our succ?ss in business i largely to the results of ths effort. 'Bert's Boot Shop. Corrert $bnea fur Men a.d Womf At Forsb-rg's Walk Over Boot Shop Hit Fifteenth Street. Holm Dr. Sennit's Foot Comfort bet vice for Men and Women You take no chances on the films you buy here. We sell only genuine Eastman Film and guarantee every roll to be perfectly fresh and in good condition. You get better pictures from any film when it comes to us for development. Ours is the best equipped finishing plant in the middle west. Kodak Headquarters Hunter's 1610 SECOND AVE. EXCLUSIVE Lines compactly arranged permits the handling of a large volume of business at less cost than other wise. Hence the quick sales and small profits. Bert's Boot Shop. We are out of the high rent dis trict, so we sell our goods cheaper. Come and see - us. Carter Bros.' Second Hand store, 2730 Fifth avenue. l ' '- 1 ' ' ' -g 11.1 V IW1IIHIIWW - IJEHMtSOf J& theW I . k WE principles of theRjJ Vf-) and E . Our world leZJ Cut the Cart IV lexrJban llcctttrkL. Fan Can CAe Than I The most obstinate dirt yields before the gentle magic of Dell Bars. Put your clothes in, rinse them out, and hang them up. That is all you need do. This method saves half the soap, and results in cleaner, sweeter clothes without the wear and tear of other methods. Dell Fere ere vnetfnafceT for Thin ft too hooey to nb Things too dointy to rub THnf rabetnc won't dean SEE TOUR DEALER o a ess D J i- . . ,VWL ouaitrv we conurvrv...n er honor than our worldkJ in volume. "Y and E" Fire-Wall &, ing Cabinets (asbestos li Leaders of theWorld of Fife inets for they arc three i fireproof as any other stetlq "Y and E" Efficiency JV Leaders of the World of B for they save the lime andlti records of the men hoi tnings. "Y and E" System R; Service is the I carter nfiiJ of hvstem for it i m,vL. cient, simple and free. Vj Since 1880 "Y and E" has been and still i. Leader of the World of Office Equipment. Carlson Brothers The House 61 Office Supplies and Equipmtr, lARBROj BULM.NG. 510L1E. 1LUMHS The Store of Quality OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK ESE-Z (ST. tow : T That .You Can Save Money At E SIIEGEL STORE; Most Wonderful Dollar Values We Ever Had Men' High Grade Athletic Union Suits, (1 A A "Olua Brand," valuea to $2.50, now DlUv Men's Balbriggan or Mesh Shirts and Drawers, 2 garments, now $1.00 Men's fine Balgriggan Union Suits, $1.50 values, now. .$1.00 Men's fine Mesh Union Suits, $1.50 values, now $1.00 Men's Handkerchiefs, red, white or blue, 1 doz $1.00 Men's fine Dress Sox, assorted colors, 7 pairs $1.00 Men's Silk Lisle Sox, 50c values, 4 pairs $1.00 Men's Heavy Work Sox, 7 pairs . . . . : $1.00 Men's Pure Silk Sox, high grade, $1.50 values, pair .... $1.00 A beautiful assortment of Men's Neckties, 3 for. : $1.00 2 pair leather Work Gloves, 2 pairs $1.00 UI-II3 WEST SECOND STREET DAVENPORT. IOWA Women's fine Ribbed Summer Weight Union Suits, 2 for $1.00 Women's Coverall Aprons . .... $1.00 Women's Muslin Gowns. $1.00 Women's Muslin Petticoats $1.00 Women's Silk Lisle Hose, 2 pairs $1.00 Women's Pure Silk Camisoles. $1.00 Women's Cotton Hose, 4 pairs. . . . . .$1.00 Children's Hose, sizes up to 7, 5 pairs $1.00 Boys" Extra Heavy Ribbed Hose, large sizes, 2 pair. . . . $1.00 Boys' Summer Weight Union Saits, 2 for . . .$1.00 Pillow Cases, 2 for $1.00 Good Toweling, 5 yards $1..00 Turkish Towels, 4 for ........ $1.00 Table Oil Cloth, just received a fine assortment, 3 yds. $1.00 Mail Orders Sent Out the Same Day as Received by Parcel Post Prepaid. . ., xJ&i Cheerfully Refunded. 406-408 West Second St 1 OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK Our Motto: We Sell Jutt ai We Advertise. A S upreme Event Presenting Values Unheard All the News All the Time -Tlie Argus 150 Wonderful Spring Suits 1 Values up to $100. Models selected from our regular stock reduced for this sale SR(o) i I -y o COLUMBIA RECORDS I Just Line a Oypfy Dy Nora Bayes 6135 In lour Arm:, By Nora Hayes ) J1.K "Venetian Moon" l'laycu by Kentucky ISorcnariers i 2s; "Bo-La-Vo" )- Tctl Lew is' Ja22 U.md ) S5c v, tcn trie .Moon hluncs On tlie Moooshino" ) 2S4' -uns hy Krrt Williams ) "Somebody." Sans by Bert Williams ) 85c nir Krrnnl rollprtion would not he complete nlthoptow or iiiorc of 1 ho lolonin popular danre iiumhfr: rtardanclla" Tlaycd by Prinecs' Oreliestra 1 2531 "Wild Klowcr V.'aliz" Verkes Jazarimba Orih. ) Sot "Sr Haby's Arms". Played by Art Hiekman's On h. ) 311 Sung by Bert William.; I "On the Streets of Cairo" 1 Sac Played by Art Hickman's Orth. ) Tegs;." flayed y Art Hickman's Oreli. ) 'MU "Tell Mc Why" ... Played hy Art Hikman's Orch. I Sac "Patches" riayed by Art Hiekman'F On h.' SM "S-weet and Low" riaycl by Art Hiikman's On h. ) Sic "The Hesitating Blues" Played by Art Hickman's "nh. I IS13 "These Draftin Blues" S5t riayed by Art Hickman'; Orch. ) We rarrv the hirers! line of Columbia nwords and Si- chines in tlie city nnil no guarantee aU faction Call see u. BOWLBY'S S S.4M W. BOWLBT, Trop. 1623 2nd Avenue Rock hhd Every suit is an individual model selected from our regular stock and re duced for this event. Suits that are authentic in style, exceptionally good quality material and with that careful attention to detail in workmanship that is so apparent in all our appareL We urge early attendance as these suits will sell very quickly. , Marvelous Prescription for Stomach Distress You Need a Medicine You Should Have Tricotine Suits Poiret Twill Saiti F reneh Serpe Sato Gabardine Suits Cheviot Sato And the styles ! Clever models for the Miss and the Matron. Box coat styles, plain tailored models, semi-fitted effects, belted models, ripple flare effects and novelties. Plain, notched and tuxedo collars, silk pipings, pleats, tucks or silk auwuwB cieveriy piacea witn iancy pockets add to smart style of these suits. the Navy blue is-the predominating color although many favored shades for spring wear are included in this offer. , - Where Fashion Reigns Q lejoice and be Rlad ye army ot nervous wrecks and dyspeptics. No more will you need to exclaim in that hopeless tone, "Oh! my poor old stomach.'' For your druggist has a prescrip tion that turns old stomachs into new ones, and sour stomachs into sweet ones in a week. There's happy days ahead for you and your poor old flabby tired out stomach jt you just won't be ob stinate. Just go to your druggist today, lay down 60 cents and say. "I want a box of Mi-O-Xa Tablets." "And just take one or two tablets with or after meals for a few days and then if you don't agree with us that .Mi-O-Xa. is a marvelous pre scription you may have vour money back. We'll leave it to your sense of fairness whether that's a square deal or not. Mi-O-Xa Tablets promptly relieve belching, heaviness, pain in stom ach, heartburn, sour stomach, foul breath ..and coated tongue, (jive them a trial and chuckle with pleasure. Mi-O-Xa is sold bv .1. J. Foley and leading druggists everywhere. mom 0 1 tmmmsm-e m) Ends Catarrh or money back. Jnst ireatlie it in. Outfit includisg inhaler US. Extra bottlei 60c All Druggbts, j Have you ever stopped to ; why it is that so many 1 that are exton.-ivcly advert ! at once drop out of sight t jsoon forgotten? The reason j ' ths article did not fulfil twv ; ises of the manufacturer. I j plies more particularly to . cine. A medicinal prrpa'; ' has real curative value ; itself, as like an endless cum; tern the remedy is recomm11; '.those who have been 'those who are in need of , A prominent, druggist mp ,for example Dr. KilmW's Root, a preparation I la ; ' many years and never t f recommend, for in 'B5"ri ! case it shows excellent r" ! many of my customers tesw, : other kidney remedy has ! sale-" j According to sworn f and verified testimony "Lj who have used the prcpa j I success of Dr. Kilmer s ; iRoot is due to the '.people claim, that it tW" ; every wish in ovcrcofflife 1 liver and bladder ailmcots, , ' urina. y troubles nd tttata uric acid which causes ru v ! Vou may receive a taw 1 , I of Swamp-Root by Parcels b i KAAme nr K'lmcr & . ihamton, N.' Y.. and W cents; alro mention the Ht Argus. Large and medium tlea lor Bale at all drug ston