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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1908
BAD GANG CAUGHT
Molineand Rock Island Police
Round Up Youths Accused
of Serious Crimes
COVERING LAST SIX MONTHS
Tw of Eight Arrested Admit Number
of Robberies, Burglaries, and
Light on a number of potty robber
ies, burglaries and holdups, which have
been mystifying the police of the three
cities for the lat six months is thrown
by the confession of Frank Hamilton,
a 19-yearold Moline youth, today.
Hamilton was arrested for a minor
crime and made a confession in which
he Implicated :i!s brother, Elmer, aged
17; E1 Phillips, aged 19, also of Mo
line; Ben Pickert, aged 19; Frank Mc
Dowell, aged 17 1 Dick Ccmnell, aged
20; James Burke, aged IS, and Eric
Norman, aged 17, the last five living in
the east end of Rock Island. All have
been arrested and the police are
searching for Anson Wilcox, another
Rock Island bo, who is said to have
been mixed up in the crimes of the
A number of adventures are related
by young Hamilton in his confession
and his brother bears out the assertions
in the -majority of cases. The others
under restraint will not talk.
"Hollril" Man for r.2.
One of the most serious affairs told
of is the robbery of a Belgian some six
months ago. Four of the youths, it is
said, were drinking in a saloon in th?
east end of Roc:t Island when they no
ticed that one of the crowd was carry
ing a large roll and also that he was
getting well .mder the influence of
liquor. When lie finally left the place
he was follow?d west and overhauled
and robbed near the viaduct at Twenty
fourth street. The sum of $52 was
taken from him and this was "blown
in" by the boys in Davenport.
On another occasion four of the
gang took a tei:u from the Ixwis Roof
ing company's lam where McDowell
was night watchman and stole ten emp
ty barrels which were afterward sold
for 40 cents apiece. V..
Another incident told of was the pil
laging of a box of a news agent on tho
Rock Island road. The box was thrown
onto a freight train as it passed the
station and unloaded near the bridge.
Our Hlock of Krot'rrlcn nrc noltl
on the mrrltM of their high Mtnnd
nnl tin to quality.
Tliry nrr pure, holrnome, noil
olwiivx t-iin be relied upon.
Penrs Fancy California 15,'irtlctt,
put tip in thick syrup, none
better grown, per can 2Te
t'eai he.--. California Lemon Cling,
extra line, per
Apricot s Cal i Torn ia, excel
lent, large fruit, per can 2."o
11 u m s ( "nil f or n la i reen
Uatfe. per can SOe
Prunes When properly prepared
ire an excellent dish: plump,
mealy prunes, per ll 10e
extra fancy. 111. 13c;
IVm-hos Kvaporuted. Yellow
Crawford; extra choice, large
Una fruit, pound 2h
Raisins California Seedless Sul
tanas; they are line as a till
ing for pics, pound 10c
We have just opened a large bar
rel of small sour pickles; they
are linn and have the twang;
send your jars to Tc filled;
F. R. Kuschmann,
iilO( ' 2207 Fourth Avenue
Tnlk With I n by Phone.
ffl ON THE ft)
0 Installment Plan 0
N i : 1 N
WE LOAN ON
$ MUTUAL LOAN C0.,$
L (Unincorporated.) I
People Natlonnt Hank building.
0 !.., 411, Itork imnml, III.
Telephone, old went 122.
Office liourN, M a. in. to 8 p. m.
A Open Wedneaday and Saturday
evening to ft p. m.
For Dnnkennets. Opium,
p Morphine and
oiler Drnf Using,
Ihfl Tobacco Habit
yC) and Neurasthenia.
I 1 HTsf incRttttl
VJsJjH y INSTITUTE,
All the cigars and other things that
could be used or turned into cash eas
ily were taken.
Phillips appears to be leader of the
gang, for he was mentioned in nearly
all - the escapades. The boys were
bound over to the grand jury.
Ernest J. Lyford.
Ernest Jeremiah Lyford died at 7:30
this morning at the home of his sis
ter, Mrs. F. B. Skelton of Port Byron.
The cause of death was general de
bility. Mr. Lyford was born at Port
Byron Oct. -4G, 1SS2. He is survived
by his father. Dr. William H. Lyford,
three brothers and six sisters. Funer
al services will be held at the home of
Mrs. Skelton at 2 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, and burial will be at Oak
Grove cemetery at Port Byron.
Secretary W. B. Pettit of Trio lodge
No. 57 A. F. & A. M. yesterday re
ceived notification of the death last
week at Los Angeles, Cal.. of Oscar
Hakelier, the former Rock Island pho-
ographer. No details were given, but
it was stated that the masons would
have charge of the funeral, which was
to be held Saturday with interment at
Rosedale cemetery at Los Angeles.
Mr. Hakelier conducted a studio over
the McCabe store on Second avenue
for a number of years, selling out
bout five years ago, after which he
was connected with the former Molinr
Engraving company. He went west
bout four years ago.
Mrs. William Feltham.
Mrs. William I eltham died last even-
ng at S:10 at iter home in Sears after
n illness whi?h continued over five
ears, con Fining her to her home dur-
ng that time. Mrs. Feltham was born
n Germany and was 21 years of age!
She came to America in 1S90 and lived
in Minneapolis till a year ago. when
she and her husband took up their resi
dence in Sears. She is survived by her
husband a daughter Nettie and son
Joseph at hoiu-. and a father, sister
nd brother in Germany.
Funeral of Miss Murrin.
Funeral services over the remains
of Miss Estelle Murrin were held yes
terday afternoon at. 2 o'clock at St.
oseph's church, of which Miss Murrm
. . . T A T T
was an active memoer. iu .i. ..
Quinn conducted the services. Burial
took place in Calvary cemetery.
OPEN AT SHERRARD
Special Tabernacle Built for Evangelist
Hicks Aged Miner Hurt by
Fall of Rock.
Sherrard, 111., Feb. 17. (Argus Spe
cial.) Evangelist Hicks opened re
vival meetings here yesterday in a
tabernacle built for the purpose. There
was a good .attendance and irfuch in
terest was shown. The building stands
on the Coal Valley Mining company"';
property just west of the deixit and is
GOxluD feet, seating l.OtiO. The meet
ings will continue live wee'xs.
Judd Cox, an aged miner, employed
by the Coal Valley Mining company,
was injured while at work Saturday,
rock falling on his back and injuring
ATTEND FUN Ell AL SERVICES
Members of Rock Island Commano'ery
Go to Geneseo.
A delegation of 2" members of Rock
Island commandcry No. IS, Knight.;
Templar, went to Geneseo yesterday af"
ternoon at 1:15 to attend the funeral
of Christian John Lemlie, who was a
member of the lommandery. Funeral
services were conducted at the Gene
seo Unitarian church at 2:30 and the
Masonic rites were conducted by the
coramandery at the cemetery.
Notice of Dissolution.
To Whom It May Concern: You
are hereby notified that the copartner
ship of Fred J. Hodges and Charles F.
Bladel. under the firm name and style
of Hodges & Bladel, of the city of
Bock Island, III., isthis day dissolved
by mutual consent, and all debts due
and owing said copartnership are due
and payable to said Fred J. Hodges,
and all debts and obligations owing by
said firm are assumed and are to be
paid by said Fred .1. Hodges.
Date this 15th day of February, A
D. 190S. FRED J. HODGES.
CHARLES F. BLADEL.
William Meese Addresseo Members at
The Tri-City School Masters club
met Saturday evening at the Manu
facturers hotel in Moline, about 40 be
ing present. William Meese made the
principle talk of the evening, discus
sing local history. The next meeting
will be held in Davenport.
The Jumping Off Place.
"Consumption had me in its grasp;
and I had almost reached the jumpin
off place when I was advised to try
Dr. King's New Discovery; and
want to say right now, It saved my
life. Improvement began with the first
bottle, and after taking one dozen hot
ties I was a well and happy man
again," says George Moore of Grimes-
land, N. C. As a remedy for coughs
and colds and healer of weak, sore
lungs and for preventing' pneumonia
I New Discovery is supreme. 50 cents
j anl ?1 at a" druggists. Trial bottle
Colonel Channon Will Spend
Two Weeks Visiting Compa
nies of Sixth Regiment.
ARMY OFFICER COMES LATER
Equipment of Militia for Maneuvers at
Indianapolis Ma Exhaust En- '' '
Colonel William T. Channon of the
Sixth regiment, Illinois National Guard,
this afternoon departed on a trip of
inspection; of the companies of the
regiment He will make inspections
this week as follows:
f Tonight Company H. Monmouth.
Tuesday Company C, Galesburg.
Wednesday Company K, Kewanee.
Thursday Company A of this city.
Friday Company F, Moline.
Next week he will be absent from
the city again, and will conclude the
annual examination by inspecting the
following companies: E, of Sterling;
I, of Morrison; G, of Dixon; L, of
Freeport ; and M, of Galena. Last week
Colonel Channan inspected Companies
B. of Geneseo and D. of Oak Park.
The inspection by the colonel will be
followed by the inspection by an offi
cer of the United States army. This
inspection- will be made some time af
ter the first of the month.
May Have No Camp.
As matters are shaping up it looks
as though the Sixth regiment may not
see duty at Camp Lincoln this season.
The money thaX is appropriated for the
annual encampment will all be used in
s: tiding the First, Fourth and Eighth
regiments to Indianapolis to maneuver
with the regulars Adjutant General
Scott is quoted as saying the benefits
arc expected to be greater to the mi
litia as a whole through the plan for
this season than by the regular rou
tine. Colonel Channon in discussing the
matter today said that in his opinion
the sending of 'lie regiments to Indian
apolis does not necessarily mean that
all the money appropriated for themii
litia will be spent, in this manner, and
he believes that the intention is to
hold the encampment as usual, for the
Definite ordor; have not been re
ceived as yet, and Colonel Channon has
not been consulted as to the dates of
holding any encampment.
rsfnlptv news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
he gladly received and published. But
in either case the Identity of the sender
must be made known, to Insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
Leap Year Dancing Party. The
Knights of Columbus will give a leap
year dancing party at their hall Thurs
day evening. Music for the dancing
will be furnished by Mrs. Wrixon's or
Enjoyment Club Dance. Invitations
tave been issued by the Rock Island
Enjoyment, club to a dancing party to
be given at. the Tower Tuesday, Feb
25. Mrs. Wrixon's orchestra will fur
nish the music.
Will Have Stag Party. Miss Marie
NiCi.olas of 822 Second avenue will
entertain 2t tri-city young ladies this
evening at a stag party.
Mrs. J. W. Tremann left this after
noon for Lincoln, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boyer left last
night for San Antonio, Texas, to visit
Mrs. E. L. Plslbrook left Saturday
for Onarga, 111., called there by the ill
ness of her father.
Louis Kennedy-has departed for the
south to look iifier land reservation in
which he is Interested.
Fred Drabis ot' this city has returned
from an extended visit in Oshkosh,
Wis., his former hme.
Mr. and Mr3. IjouIs Rosenfleld of
Creston, Iowa, left this noon for New
York after a brief visit in this city
Clarence Fiekcn, who accompanied
the Y. M. C. A. basketball team to Mor
rison today, leaves tonight after the
game for Chicago for a short visit.
Mrs. Otto Giotjan and daughter
Miss Anna Grotan, left last night for
Victoria, Texa5, to spend the remain
der of the winter visiting with friends
Mr. and Mrs. John Fleming and fam
ily. left this morning for Canton, Ohio
to attend the funeral of Mrs. Fleming's
sister who died ir Du Bois, Idaho, and
whose remains were taken through
Rock Island this morning.
L. W. Bassett, manager of the Penn
Oil company, and R. H. Taylor, man
ager of the Illinois theater, tomorrow
go to Milwaukee, where the former
will submit to a minor operation at
the hands of a surgical specialist.
Joshua Lmd.ilil, and O. Z. Cervin of
this city and G. S. Atkinson of Daven
port depart tomorrow morning for Mex
ico to inspect the Southern Plantation
company's holdings in that country.
They will be absent about a month.
T. F. LaVelle, J. Ramser, H. A. Clev
enstine and Secretary AlDert Huber of
the Rock Island Business Men's asso
ciation and George H. Kingsbury
ex-president of the state 'association,
leave tomorrow morning for Dixon to
attend the state convention, which
continues through Thursday.
Henry Carse departed last night for
San Antonio, 'Texas, where he will at
tend the annual convention of the
Southern States Bottlers' association
as a representative from the American
Bottlers' associations. The convention
is in session tomorrow and Wednesday,
after which Mr. Carse will sojourn at
southern points for several weeks for
Superintendent H. B. Haydon will
leave tomorrow for his oid home in
Massachusetts. After a visit with rcl
aiives he will visit Boston and New
York, and then proceed to Washing
ton, D. C, to attend the mooting of
the -department of superintendence of
the National Educational association
which will be in session Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday of next
week. Mr. Hayden will return the lar
ter part of the week.
ELM AND BLUE LINE
CARS IN COLLISION
Smash-up on Curve at Nineteenth
Street and Second Avenue Re
sults n Damages.
A street car collision ooeuned at the
corner of Nineteenth street and Sec
ond avenue about 2 o'clock this after
noon when an cast bound blue line
car hit a west bound Elm street car as
the latter was rounding the curve. The
Elm street No. 211, having the outside
of the curve, had the right of way. As
it crossed the east bound track on See.
ond avenue, the blue line car. No 2(M
rashed into its' vestibule. The dour of
the vestibule was splintered and tjie
estibule badly scratched. The flange
of the outer front wheel holding on the
track, the whe?l was broken in two
pieces. The fender was knocked off
the blue line car. No one was iniured.
The blue line car was able to con
nue its schedule. The Elm street car
was taken iiv tow by another car after
he broken wheel had been chained so
as 10 siiue on one piece, anu was
hauled to the barn.
MOVING PICTURES SHOWN
Good Attendant at Programs Given ai
The Y. M. C. A. Yesterday.
There was an attendance of over loo
men at the moving picture exhibition
and talk given at the Y. M. C. A. audi
totmm vesteiinv afternoon. Views
shown were of life-ill a Burmah teak
forest, and- of Holland. H. E. Van
Duzer gave an interesting talk on the
subjeet, "Social Responsibilities." and
the Roger brothers 'of Moline sang a
duet. Secretary A.1 L. Burnett ad
dressed the o.iys hiceting. at. which
the moving views' we're also shown.
A meeting or tre y. .m. t. A. circus
committee will be' held Wednesday
evening at the association buildin
when written reports from the severa
committees will be received.
Dr. I. B. Crissnian will give another
talk in the loeker'Toom of the gym
nasium this ev-?iing, his subject to be
Amusements and Recreation."
WILL TALK LOCAL OPTION
Meeting at Y. M. C. A. Will Be Ad
dressed by Rev. W. H. Blancke.
Rev. W. H. Blancke, president of the
Civic Federation in Davenport, will ad
dress a men's mass meeting to be held
at the Y. M. C. -. auditorium next Sun
day afternoon. His address will per
tain to the loc-il option movement. As
additional features moving pictures
will be shown and a song will be given
by the Sylvan quartet.
"How Prohibition Won Out in Okla
horaa," will be the subject of a lecture
to be given this evening at. the United
Presbyterian church, Moline by J.
Thompson formerly of Aledo, now of
Oklahoma. Mr. Thompson is a dis
trict worker in the prohibition, work in
Oklahoma and is well qualified to
speak on this phase of the Oklahoma
OF A CLOCK FOR THE
Add attractiveness to the cor
rect time-keeping qualities.
This is the idea carried out
by my stock of Gold, China,
Onyx, and Fancy Cased Clocks
just such a clock as the fam
ily and friends would enjoy see
ing in your home can be pur
chased here very reasonably.
Every clock sold with a guar
antee that holds good.
Why not make your selection
-1702 Second Avenu.
MEN. WILL FEAST
Ashley Elliott to Address Club ot
the Memorial Christian
AT THE MONTHLY MEETING
Broadway Organization Will Hear Talk
by Chancellor McLean of Iowa
Friday evening the men of the Mem
orial Christian church will- hold their
monthly meeting in the church. ' Sup
per will be served at 7 and an inter
esting after dinner program will be
given. The principal address of the
evening will be given by Ashley J. El
liott, manager of the Illinois-Iowa Car
Service association. Rev. R. II-
'cters of Eureka college, . Eu
reka, 111., and Rev. S. M. Perkins of
the Christian church of Davenport will
make short addresses. Music will be
furnished by the Davenport male quar
Next Sunday evening Rev. W. B
Clemmer, the pastor, will conduct a
special patriotic service in which all
the patriotic orders of the city will be
nvitcd to participate. Mr. Clemmer
will take as his subject "George Washi
ngton." He will illustrate his talk
with stereopticon slides. Special mu
sic will also be given.
CIiniM'rllor Mcl.ran a tiuettt.
The Men's club of Broadway Presby
terian' church will have as its guest
Chancellor George E. McLean of i ho
Iowa university at the monthly meet
ing Thursday evening. Supper will be
served at G:ii0, and the time following
will be devoted to after-dinner talks.
Chancellor McLean will take as his
subject, "The Yankee Peril." -"Short
toasts will be given by other good
speakers, and there will be special
IN THE CHURCHES
Spencer Memorial Methodist. Tues
day evening the normal bible study
class will meet in the church.
Wednesday evening prayer service
will be held in the church, followed by
Sunday school teachers' meeting
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 the
monthly meeting of the ladies Aid so
ciety will be held at the home of Mrs.
John Bowes, 4211 Eighth avenue.
Choir rehearsal will be held -Friday
evening in the church.
Grace Lutheran. The Acme society.
will be held ihis evening at the home
of Miss Ella Datvielson, 111 Fifth ave
Prayer servi:es will be held Friday
evening at S in the church. The con
nimation clas? will meet Friday even-
ng at 7.
The Reliance club will give an en
tertainment in the church. Friday even
ing Feb. 28.
Memorial Christian. The normal
bible class will meet in the church
Tuesday even in.? at 7:30.
Wednesday ecning prayer services
will be held in the church. Rev. W. B.
Clemmer will be the leader and will
give a black-board talk.
Thursday afemoon at 2 in the
church the Ladies Aid society will
Friday evening the men of the
church will have a banquet in the
church, beginning at 7. The speakers
Cf the evening v ill be Ashley J. Elli
ott, Rev. H. H. Peters of Eureka, and
Rev. S. M. Perkins of Davenport.
Next Sunday evening the pastor will
conduct special ratriotic services. He
will take as his subject, "George Wash
ington," and an invitation will be is
sued to all the patriotic orders of the
cityto be present and participate in
the services. f
United Presbterian. This evening
the Ladies Mission society will meet
with Mrs. D. E. Steck, 901 Third ave
Tomorrow evening the Kate Hill Mis
sion society will meet at the home of
Rev. J. L. Vance. 1014 Fonrteenth-and
a half street.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held in the church.
Friday afternoon the Ladies Sewing
society will meet with Mrs. Bernard
Andrews, 811 Fifteenth street.
Broadway Presbyterian The month
ly meeting of the Woman's Christian
Temperance union will be held Tuesday
afternoon in the Sunday school rooms
The annual meeting of the Helen
Mills' circle will be held Tuesday af
ternoon at 3:45 at the home of Miss
Beryl Titterington, 816 Twenty-second
The Junior association will meet
in the Sunday school room Wednesday
afternoon at 4. Wednesday evening
prayer services will be held in the
Thursday evening the Men's club
will hold the ironthly meeting and
supper in the Sunday school room.
The Ladies' Aid society will give a
coffee Friday afternoon at 3 at the
home of Mr.?. Frank Mixter, 734 Twen
Saturday evening the choir will
meet for rehearsal.
Zion Lutheran. This evening the
Young People's society will meet in
the chapel. Refreshments will be
served by Miss Lydia Hult and Paul
Out of Date Plumbing is Unhealthy
Plumbing fixtures and systems as made and
installed some years ao were very efficient
at that time, but so many improvements have been made recently
in sanitation tr.at an old plumbing system is not only unsanitary,
but is a menace to the health of the occupants of the house in
which it is still in use.
Is Your Plumbing Out of Date?
Let us examine the condition of your plumbing, in order to
correct defective piping and install the best and most sanitary fix
tures made, namely "jSstatsaarJ" Baths and Ore-picce Lavatories.
''Stat3(, Ware is guaranteed. If this is done, your home will
be healthy and more c,'brtab3e. Ask for booklet "Modern
Allen MvPrs,, & Compm
Mult and the Mis?es Irma and Cprrie
Tomorrow evening at 7:45 the Sun
day school teaL-aers will meet in the
The English school will meet Tues
day evening at 7:30 in the chapel.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held in the church.
Thursday evening the pipe organ
committee will meet at the parsonage.
710 Forty-fourth street. j
Friday evening the Men's club will
ive an oyster supper in the chapel.
Prayer services will be held Friday
evening at the home of C. M Carlson,
129 Fifth avenuo Moline.
Confirmation class will meet Satur-
day afternoon at 4 in the church.
First Baptist. Prayer services Wed
nesday evening will be followed by a
meeting of the bible study class.
First Methodist. The Indies' Aid so
ciety will conduct pantry sales the
first, second an 1 third Saturdays in
April at, Hensley's -flower store on
Twentieth strr. "
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be followel by Sunday school
The choir wll meet for rehearsal
Saturday evening in the church. j
Central Presbyterian. The Young
People's Social league will hold its
monthly business and social meeting
this evening hi the tecture room. There
will be a program and a social hour.
Wednesday evening prayer services
will bo held in the church. The sixth
chapter of Revelations will be read.
Thursday evening at 7:T,0 the nor
mal bible class will meet at the home
of Rev. Marion Humphreys, 1014 Sev
Friday afternoon at :; o'clock the
Woman's Mission society will hold its
annual praise seivice at the home of
Mrs. Adair Plasauts, 1120 Second ave
Friday evening the Sunday school
class of Mrs. J. G. Hazard of Bethel
church will give a colonial sociable at
the Bethel church.
Trinity Episcopal Trinity guild will
meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:::fi
with Mrs. Alexander De Soland. 719
Edgewaod 3artist. Prayer services
will be held Wednesday evening in the
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Saturday evening at 7: .10 in the church.
South Park Chapel The Junior as
sociation will meet Tuesday afternoon
at 4 in the chapel. Prayer services will
be held Tuesday evening at 7:30.
Christian Soier.ce. The weekly tes
timonial mo?t!ng will be held in the
church Wednesday evening at 7:30.
Suffering and Dollars Saved.
E. S. Loper of Marilla, N. Y., says:
'I am a carpenter and have had many
severe cuts healed by Bucklen's Ar
nica Salce. It has saved me suffering
and dollars. It is by far the best heal
ing salve I have ever found." Heals
burns, sores, ulcers, fever sore,
eczema and piles. 25 cents at all drug
gists. - v
Jf so, the members
of your household are
constantly risking their
gases which pollute the '
atmosphere and cannot
help but be breathed by
the occupants. Sewer
gas is dangerous and the
cannot long withstand
its ill effects.
THE CKQ1RJS REORGANIZED
Mrs. J. F. Witter Elected Leader at
First Methodist Church.
The choir of the First Me;hod;st
church Saturday evening reorganized
and elected officers for the year. Mrs.
J. F. Witter was elected director, and
she will organize a chorus choir. Tim
officers elected are: President, L. C.
Daughcrty; secretary, A. L. Bruner.
What to Do When Bilious.
The right thing to do when you feel
i bilious is to take a dose of Chamber-
lain s fctomacii ana L,iver I ablets.
They will cleanse the stomach and
i reSlate the liver and bowels. Try it.
i Pc-e, Jo cents. bampies tree at all
We have been selected by the
American Bankers' Association to
guarantee their new Bank Money
Orders, and are the only Company
authorized to furnish such guaranty.
These orders are the newest con
venience in. sending money. Instead
of going to the Post or Express
Office, apply for money orders to
a bank that is a member of the
Our selection for this responsible
duty is further evidence of the
preference accorded our suretyship
by the leading financiers of the
Whatever form of guarantee or
surety you desire, apply to the
J7 UiiB,B iWtS
of I2ew York
Capital and Surplus 4,800,000
I.udolph A Rrynoliln, Attya Bn
'ord block, Rock Island. John A.
GoodmnnNOn, Agent, 1422 Fifth
At, Moline, Ill.j J. B. A J. l
Onkleaf, attorney, Moline, 111. ,
MRS. D. E. SCHOLL
and Daughter .
Is the place to get a good sham
poo, facial and scalp massage,
manicuring or chiropody.
A full line of hair goods, nets,
etc. Hair work made to order.
Hair dressing for parties and
weddings at the homes if de
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Old Phone 953.
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