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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. JULY 14, 1909.
NEWS ' OF THE
Mrs. Barnett Out on Bail. Mrs. Win
ifred Barnett, held for shooting her
husband in a quarrel two months ago,
has been released on bail, her spouse
signing the bond. It will be recalled
that Mr. Barnett was so seriously in
jured that it was thought for a time
.he might not recover. , J
714 East Fourteenth street, died Tues- oui bodies, glucose, or thickening of any
day evening at the home. Mr. Flint kind. If it shall contain boric acid,
was the last of the postmen who serv- formaldehyde, saccarin, salt of copper.
ed under Postmaster Mast, and for iron oxide ochres or any coloring sub-
three years was street commissioner stance or any compound or adulesant,;
Peddler's Hair in Ice Cream. Felix
unaer Mayor jonn urns, tor some.iruv.mus, iuai iu.s ps." D,,"' i Van Luiken was charged with assault
time ne was aiso ioreman or tne waf?r ii'oi ne conbiruea iu prumun me ua -.-i j
plant on Rock Island arsenal under ' harmless coloring matter or any navor
General Rodman. As a member ' of ing matter not deleterious to health.
Battery M, 1st Illinois light artillery, Second If it be an imitation of, r
deceased saw three years of service ;ftred for sale under the name, of an-
during me war Dciween tne states. :"er amie.
. Large Sum for Mrs. Shanley. The
police baseball game for the benefit of
the family of the late Detective Shan
ley between the Rock Island and Dav
enport officers Sunday has netted near
Pipes is Insane. James fines, a
- young man who has, repeatedly faint
ed in the streets and who on several
occasions has been taken home by the
police in the ambulance, has become
violently insane, and at a hearing yes
terday was ordered committed to St
- John's hospital.
v . Davenport Girl Shot. Miss Loretta
. A. Doyle, daughter of Joseph A. Doyle,
219 West High street, until recently a
waitress at the Windsor hotel on Perry
Btreet. was shot and dangerously
:.; wounded Sunday night at Waukegan,
' 111., by a jealous suitor. Miss Doyle
left the Windsor two months ago, an
nouncing she was going to Kansas
City. Later she joined the Parker car
nival shows and the last heard of her
by her Davenport friends until the
Waukegan affair, was at Pekin, 111.
Boat Races for Carnival. The Dav
enport river carnival committee mot
.Monday night at the Commercial club
and took up the matter of motor boat
races for Aug. 18 and 19. A commit
tee consisting of Charles C. Smith. F.
W. Wernentin and Charles A. Steel,
secretary of the Commercial club, was
appointed to confer with a like com
mittee from the boat club and arrange
. Agree on One Point. County Attor
ney Vollmer, Assistant County Attor
ney Cooper, and Attorney H. B. Betty
of the Civic Federation, are agreed on
one matter. After a conference they
have come to the conclusion that a
business college is not properly a
school when applied to the meaning
oZ the mulct law and that no Daven
port saloon shall be molested because
it Is within 300 feet of a busiress col-
lege or commercial school.
Obituary Record. After seven years'
illness from diabetes Henry J. Flint,
Mr. Flint was one of the pioneer of
Davenport, coming to this city two
months after his marriage in Troy, N.
Y., in 1854. For 55 years he had been
identified with the political and busi
ness life of the city. The surviving
Sec. 3 It shall not be lawful for any
pe-son, firm or corporation to sell, of
fer for sale, expose for sale or have in
possession with intent to sell, any ice
cream in any container which is
falsely labeled or branded as to the
family is composed of the widow. Mrs. liame tne manufacturer thereof; or
Harriet Flint, one daughter. Miss Jes-,t0 misrepresent, in any way, the
sie, at home, one brother. Ethan A. of l'lace of manufacture of ice cream or
Chelsea. Iowa, and two sisters in Tama. ine manuiacturer tnereor.
Iorwa, Mrs. Henry E. Ramsdel and Mrs
Mrs. Mary Alford of this city has re
ceived word of the death at Moscow,
Idaho, of her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth
Thompson. Deceased was a former
resident of this vicinity, being a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Little, who
gave their name to Little's Grove of
Mrs. Ixinis H. Smith of 327 West
Second street, died yesterday at Mercy
hospital of peritonitis following an ill
ness of brief duration. She was born
July 8, 1S76, at Center Grove, Iowa.
She is survived besides her husband,
by her mother, Mrs. Clara Hoik of Clin
ton, and four sisters, Mrs. John Coel
morgan and Mrs. Charles Au of Clin
ton, Mrs. G. F. Ball of Salem, Minn.,
and Mrs. Reimer Hines of Davenport.
An ordinance for the protection of
ihe public health, and to prevent fraud
ami deception in the manufacture, sale,
offering for sale, exposing for sale, and
having in possession with intent ro
sell, of adulterated or deleterious ice
cream; fixing a standard butterfat for
ice cream; providing penalties for the
violation thereof, and providing for the
Be it ordained by the city council of
the city of Rock Island, Illinois:
Section 1 That no ice cream shall
be sold, offered for sale, exchanged.
Sec. 4 The requirements for the
testing, inspecting and application for
ihe vending of ice cream shall be thu
same as for testing, inspecting and
vending of milk or cream and the same
Sec. 5 Every person, firm or cor
poration selling or disposing of Ice
cream shall annually, on the first day
of May, pay a license fee of fifteen
($15) dollars for each and every
wagon, carriage or other vetiicle from
which ice cream Is sold or offered for
sale. All licenses granted pursuant to
this ordinance may at any time be re
voked by the mayor for flagrant vio
lations of the provisions hereof and
for any other good and sufficient
Sec. 6 Every person, firm or cor-I-oration
violating this ordinance or
any of its provisions shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and on con
icuon inereor be tinea not less than
iwumynve .dollars nor more
than on3 hundred ($100) dJ'mrs for
each and every offense.
GEORGE W. McCASKRIN.
Passed July 12, 1909.
Approved July 13. 1909.
Attest: M. T. RUDGREN. City Clerk
Relating to the free and promiscuous
Be it ordained by the city council:
Section 1 It shall be unlawful for
any person, firm or corporation to dis
delivered or be transported or carried tribute or cause to be distributed from
for the purpose of sale, exchange or (bouse to house in the citv of Rock I
t'elivery that is adulterated and that
contains less than fourteen (14) per
tent of butterfat for natural flavors
and twelve (12) per cent for fruit and
nut ice cream.
Sec. 2 Ice cream shall be deemed to
be adulterated, within the meaning of
First If it shall contain any eggs,
cornflour, starch, gelatine, mucilagln-
IRAT and ROACH Paste
(IM that tha mm J. J. Kaarnar U m aaary
A 25e bo el Stearns' Electric Paile will kill o all the rata and mice in a hoase in a tingle night
Cockroaches, Water Dugs and Other Vermin
are also quickly killed. Ready mixed for use. The only guaranteed exterminator.
your druggist wm refund your money ii it aoea not uo wn .
S ex. fees tse.. IS as, aoa St. OA. t tfrawlato ar iipnii araaaM.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.. CHICAOO. ILL.
land any free samples of drugs
tec. 2 L.very violation of section
one hereof shall subject the offender
to a fine of not less than ten ($10)
dollars and not more than one hundred
GEORGE W. McCASKRIN,
Passed July 12, 1909.
Approved July 13, 1909.
Attest: M.T. RUDGREV, City Clerk
and battery by George Witmer, a Jew
ice cream peddler. Felix, it seems,
purchased some ice cream of Witmer
and after it was handed to him, re
marked that he would step in and get
the money. Witmer, thinking that the
fellow was trying to beat him out of
the Ice cream, grabbed him by the
collar and a' fight followed in which tat
peddler received the worst of it. His
hair was pulled out and some of H
went into the ice cream. Witmer was
unable to get it all out, so he sa'd
that "rendered it unfit for sale." He
demanded $10 damages but seemed
satisfied when his enemy was fined
$5.90. : . - v
Buy Artificial Leg for Fellow Em
ploye. The employes of ; the Velie
Motor yehiclu company have raisod
$150 among themselves with which
they will purchase an artificial limb
for James Symes, stock receiver for
the company. Mr. Symes lost his limb j
in a railroad accident some years ago.
Alleged Forger Released. Judge
Howard of East Moline has dismissed
the case of E. A. Boardman of Davei
lort, who was before him ore a charge
of forgery.- The forgery was for $14.35
and was passed at the saloon of Al-
p'.-onse Beert at Ninth street, and First
avenue; East Moline. It was drawn
on Baluff & Snider, a Davenport insur
ance firm. Boardman was arrested m
Davenport Saturday night. At hi?
hearing a brother-in-law appeared and
explained that' Boardman was not al
together responsible, being at present
on parole" from Kankakee hospital.
The brother-in-law paid the amount of
the bogus check, and the costs of the
rase. On his further promise to take
Boardman, In charge. Judge Howard or
dered the case dismissed.
Fix Water Rates. The East Moline
city council Monday evening passed
an ordinance establishing rates at
which the city will hereafter furnish
water to consumers. Flat rates alone
are established. They are as follows:
For dwelling or fiat, $G a year; for
saloon, boarding house or restaurant,
.$8 a year; for livery stables, $10 a
year. Those charges will be payable
semi-annually. Consumers are forbid
den to use water for lawn or street
sprinkling except between the hours
of C and 7 in the morning and 7 and S
in the evening.
Notice to Coal Dealers for Bids.
Bids for furnishing coal to the coun
ty jail for the 12 months following
, Oct. 1, 1909. will be received at the
j county sheriff's office, or by H. C. Har
f ris, chairman jail committee, 731 Nine-
teenth street ,up to 2 o'clock p. m. July
j 17. Committee reserves right to re
Ject any or all bids. Coal to be mine
run. H. C. HARRIS.
M. W. BATTLES, JR.,
Jail Committee Board of Supervisors.
Teething children have more or
less diarrhoea, which can be control
led by giving Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera a: d Diarrhoea Remedy. All
that 13 necessary is to give the pre
scribed dose after each operation of
the bowels more than natural and
then castor oil to cleanse the system.
It is safe and sure. Sold by aft
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te laat day that a eaajpoa for a free
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; ' So great was the demand last Mon
day for the free 25c packages of
Cerena that It was necessary to obtain
a fresh supply for today's distribution.
Any family in this city who has not
yet obtained a pacxagre or this acts-as-
frood-as-lt-tastes food remedy is nuk
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This is your opportunity to surely
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In exchange for the coupon your
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Free 25 Cent CERENA Coupon
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out. Id exchange for It, he will kIto you without eot. a refnilar 25
cent package of Cerena, the new rood Remedy. If hi niipply has
been exhausted. It Is understood he Is allowed 7 days In which to se
cure Cerena and redeem the coupon.
THi? CERENA MILLING CO., CHICAGO, ILL.
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tracer's Name .
This coupon must be presented to your grocer this week.
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within ten days, If you hare Cerena in stock. Send us
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J ava ceo package of Cerona la exc hsose far U trie.
A customer from one of the suburbs
dropped luto a city paintshop. took a
slip of pnper from his pocket. lioked
at it. knitted his brows, shook his
head, put on Ills glnssos. Inspected the
paper again find cave it up as a bad
"I made n hasty memorandum." he
said to the proprietor of tb? shop, "of
something I was to call here and buy.
but I trusted too much to my memory.
I seem to have Jotted down nothing
but the Initials, and I've forgotten
what they mean.
"Let me see the memorandum." ssld
the proprietor. "It may be that I can
"It's nothing but three letters," re
plied the customer, handing It over.
"Only 'C. T. A.' "
"So I see. -C. P. A.' Why. that's
sepia, n kind of brown paint. Wasn't
"What a fool I am! Of course It
lie got the sepia, threw a big red ap
ple on the counter in lieu of "hush
money" nnd went away with n sheejh
Ish look on his face. Exchange.
Rock Island Property.
$3,800 A seven room, thoroughly
modern house on Nineteenth street.
Paving paid for and nice lot. Iu
$3,650 A seven room, two story
house on Fourteenth street. Every
modern convenience. Newly pa
pered and painted. ,
$3,200 A' 10 room house, well lo
mtod on Seventh avenue. Well
rented. Good income property and
never vacant. .
$3,150 A six room, modern cot
tage near Twenty-third etreet.
Nicely located and has" all modern
$3,300 A two story, six room
house on Fourteenth street. Has
furnace, electric lights, ga3 stove,
bath, water, sewer, laundry and
$3,300 A seven room, modern
house. Easy walking distance froui
Woodmen building. Nice corner lot
and nice neighborhood. Rents at $20.
$3,200 A seven room house near
business district. Corner lot. Prop
erty is well rented. .
$2,600 A 10 room house on paved
street. City water, sewer and gas.
Barn. Lot 40x160.
$3,500 A seven room partly mod
ern house on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street. Nearly new. Good barn.
$6,500 An eight room modern
brick house in fine residence dis
trict. Lot 60x140. Steam heat and
$4,200 An eight room modern
house nearly new, and a six room
cottage. Well located on paved
street. Always rented. A good
home or good investment for any
$3,800 An eight room, partly
modern house on Eighteenth street.
Good lot and nice location. Handy
to business center.
$10,500 Two splendid modern
houses on corner lot. Best location
in town. Elegant location for resi
dence and will make good safe in
vestment. $6,250 For a nine room, modern
house on Seventh avenue. In fino
condition. Also includes a neat
cottage which rents for $12.50 per
month. Splendid lot and fine loca
tion. $6,250 A fine nine room, modern
home on Twenty-second street.
Nearly new. East front, fine neigh
borhood. $2,600 For a desirable eight
room house on Second avenue wi'.h
city water, sewer and gas.r Nic?
shady lot with 50 foot frontage.
$5,000 For an eight room mod
ern house on Twenty-Fecond street.
Has hot water heat and is desirable
In every respect.
$400 Lois on Seventeenth ave
nue near ball park. Cement side-
Every piece of property ad
vertised here is worth the
i.ioik j asked.
Some of them are snaps.
We have a thousand more lo
show you. '.'': ' '
Hubbard & Tonn,
Fire Insurance a Specialty.
1805 Second Ave. Both phones
Bargain lor some
walks in and paid. .
$750 Two lots on. Ninth street
south of Eighteenth avenue.
$365 Lots on Twenty-eighth
street in Wallace grove addition.
$650 Lots on Tenth avenue be
tween Thirty-second and Thirty
fourth streets; 50x150 feet. Will
sell on easy terms.
$475 Lot in Blakesly's Twelfth
$425 Lot 48x214 feet in Dack's
fourth addition to South Heights.
Has considerable fruit. -
$2,700 A five room cottage, cen
trally located, has water, sewer, gas
$2,000 A seven room house on
Fortieth street. Just built, has
sewer and water. ,
$2,800 An eight room cottage on
Eighth avenue. Has sewer, water,
gas, oath, cement walks.
$2,900 An elegant six room
house near Rock Island depot, has
every modern convenience. .
$2,400 A six room house on
Fifteenth street. East front, partly
$1,150 A five room cottage on
on Forty-flfla street.
$650 A well located lot on
Twelfth street, east front, paving
and sidewalks paid.
$2,200 An eight room brick flat
building on Third avenue. A 10
per cent investment.
$650 A- good corner lot on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, east front.
$2,700 A six room cottage on
Fourteenth street, nearly new; has
water, sewer, gas and furnace.
$2,500 An elegant eight room
house in South Heights with one
half acre ground. Ixits of fruit.
Good big barn. A bargain.
$2,200 A six room house In
South Rock Island with an acre of
ground, all fenced with chicken
tight wire. Has lots of fruit.
$2,000 A five room house on
Thirty-ninth street in first class
shape. . Big lot and plenty of fruit.
$1,625 Five lots east of ball park
with cement sidewalks in and paid
for. Here's a big bargain for some
one. Price good for 10 days.
$3,000 A seven room, modern
house only two blocks from court
house. In good condition. Rents
depot. '. Has
one. i - '
$3,000 A seven roo.p house near
Twenty-filth street anu Eighth ae
nue. -l-itty loot loc wiu elegant
shade. Electric lights, water ant
sewer. . ;
$3,200 New seven room house
near reservoir. Furnace. Wired lor
lights and piped for sewer and gas.
$3,100 A seven -room house
nicely located near Augustana col
lege. Laundry, furnace, ' sewer,
water and gas. A bargain. )
$4,500 For one of the handsom
est homes in city. . Seven rooins,
two story. Solid oak' finish. Every
convenience. Deep lot. Near Sev
enth avenue and Twenty-ninth
street. Thia is a beauty.
: $4,500 A two story, 10 room"
houae iu Edsewood park. All n;od
ern. Good barn. Big lot.' Will'
consider trade for smaller property.
$4,500 A modern eight room
house in ' South Heights. . Nearly
half acre of ground. Elegant shade
and fruit. House nearly new. Will
sell on very liberal terms.
A good 200 acre farm, five miles
from Milan. Good improvements.
A bargain at JS0 per are.
An SO acre farm in Scott county,
near interurban." Fair improve-'
ments. Good black loam. $2,500
will handle deal. Price If sold at
. ICO acres iu Lyman county, S.
D. Near good railroad tow;i.
Worth $20 per acre. - A snap at
$16.5H. :. .
' 1G0 acres near Grand Rapids,
Mich. Pine timber land with dark
loamy soil. Will sell for cash or
trade for Rock Island property.
Per acre, $15. . . ,
SO acres in Barton county, Ma
Two miles from railroad town.' WM
trade for Rock Island property or
sell for cash. Per acre, $50.
160 acres in northern Minnesota,
50 acres broke. Small improve
ments. Will sell or trade.
Three acres of ground inside city
limits with improvements worth
$1,800. Can be easily subdivided into
lots. Will sell ror cash or trade
for land. Price, $3,000. ,
Two fine residence properties on
one of best streets in city. Worth
$1,200 and will accept farm in Kan
sas or Oklahoma up to' $10,000 in
rade. . . v
A hardware .stock with store
building and corner lot. This will
be sacrificed if can sell at once.
Established trade. Good reason for
selling. $2,000 will swing the deal.
A residence property in Kansas
City, Mo. Rented at $35 per month.
, $3,300 A seven room, two story
house convenient to Thirtieth street" Will trade for Missouri tand.1'"'
WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE.
FOR CHILDREN ON FARM
Commendable Object of Country
Teachers' Association Which
Meets July 22 at Macomb.
What He Would Bid.
Fake auction sales are u great in
dustry In Xow York cltv. anil cenuine
antiques, manufactured In New Jersey, j
sometimes bring handsome prices. A .
man who knows paused at one of these
places the oilier afternoon, nnd Instant
ly the auctioneer spotted him.
"Now this exquisite, genuine old ma
hogany dresser, ladies and gentlemen!"
he shouted. "Do you mean to say that
1 hear only $4U.r bid for this? Why.
It Is enough to bring tears to my ryes! i
f (' ..n1 t UtA 4 .tint '
er Is going to get this magnificent nn
tlqne if yon don't watch out. Won't
you bid. sir?" he suddeuly demanded,
turning to the man who is wise.
"Come. now. sir. don't let an oppor
tunity like this slip. Won't you bid?"
"Well, yes, . I'll bid you." the man
replied, smiling pleasantly.
"And you'll be lucky If you get it.
sir." the auctioneer assured him. "I
have $40.50 offered. What do you bid,
"Why. I bid you good afternoon."
the man said and resumed his walk.
Sentenced to Read Dickens' Book.
"Return to Cleveland and read Dick
ens' 'David Copperfleld.' It will da
you much good." This was the sen
tence recently imposed by Judge New
comer In the nnrrlson street . police
Court In Chicago on Joseph Masterson,
eighteen years old. accused cf stealing
a pair of trousers from a Clark street
The second annual conference of the
Country Teachers' association will be
held at the state normal school in Ma
comb July 22 and 23. This meeting
-.ill be of interest and value to farm
ers as well as to school directors arid
The speakers for this conference 'n
Macomb are men who have had much
exjierience in bringing about better
things for the children of the farm.
Mr. Wilson, state manager of the
Grange of Illinois, will show how close
ly the school, the Crange and the home
are united in their common work 'f
making farm life richer and better.
This social life in the country needs
attention. In Maryland is a farmers'
club which was organized in 1S41. It
has missed only six meetings in these
6; years, meeting once each month.
Ex-Superintcndcnt F. A. Cotton, who
has placed the country schools of In
diana in the front ranks in many re
spects, will be present to speak upon
the vital relationships of the school to
Soreness of the muscles, whether
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
gists. :: . ..... .. . ' .,
ASK FRANCHISES AT ONCE
Tri-City and Northwestern Directors
Hold a Mcrtiiur.
Directors of the Tri-City and
Northeastern Interurban Railway
company met yesterday afternoon in
the offices of R. S. Woodburn in Mo
line and discussed right of way and
franchise matters. A franchise has
been granted in Hampton; the board
has decided to have franchise ordi
nances presented as soon as possible
in the other villages through which
the road will pass. 1
If an old sore existed simply because the flesh was diseased at that
particular spot, it would be an easy matter to apply some remedy directly
to the place that would kill the germs; or the diseased flesh might be
removed by a surgical operation and a cure effected. But the very fact
that old sores resist every form of local or external treatment, and even
return after being cut away, shows that back of them is a morbid caus9
which must be removed before a cure can result. , Just as long as the
pollution continues in the blood, the ulcer remains an open cesspool for tha
deposit of impurities which the circulation throws off. S. S. S. cures Old Sores
by purifying the blood. It removes every trace of impurity and taint from
the circulation, and thus completely does away with the cause. ' When
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surface cure, but the healing process begins at the bottom; soon the dis
charge ceases, the inflammation leaves, and the place fills in with firm,
healthy flesh. Under the purifying and tonic effects of S. S. S. the system
is built up, and those whose health has been impaired by the drain and
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This is Cerena
don't, fail to cut the coupon in
this paper and take it to your
grocer and exchange for a 25
cent packayc of Cerena free.
It means health to you.
NOTE The Cerena coupon - Is good at
any grocer s. wherever located, bo cut It
out and present It to YOUK grocer and
get a 25c package of Cerena FREE.
Tired Take a Vacation. We'll
Loan You the Money.
MUTUAL LOAN CO
People's National Rank Building; oom 411. Old Phone West J22;
New 5100. Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
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