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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1909.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
'ed and with the money thus obtained,
bought food and clothing for himself
and wife. When arrested Stahl had,
secured employment in a' restaurant.
. He is well connected, being the son of
Meq Are Laid Cff. Some 52 men lieutenant of police in Chicago and
have been laid off at the Bettendorf holds an honorable discharge from the
Wheel plant. W. P. Bettendorf state3
that the car works was, about a month
ahead of its contract with the Mil
waukee road, on which it is working
at present. For this reason, material
has not been arriving fast enough to
United States army.
Wife Had Company. When Albert
Alexander, colored, returned to his
home at Eleventh and Farnam streets
at 3 o'clock Sunday morning he dis-
to leave his work several weeks ago
on account "of his poor health. His
death was probably caused by nervous
prostration. Mr. Graham was about
CO years of age. He was born and
raopoil in ' ftat-annnrt Kilt mrhvori nhnil
20 years ago to Blue Island. , "u'Dl ou,"7 """T "
J D f nr hnuu' f ni 1 Af rnnm of TlrrmM-i'a Tina.
Ernest George Brueggen died in .o t. .
Mercy hospital from an attack of " ' ".
pneumonia Saturday night. Young ;3r;.J . :7.. ZlZ.r,"l
keep work up at the gait at which it J covered his wife entertaining another
was being pushed by the 350 men at man. There was a quarrel, during
work at the plant. So some eight men
were laid off a week or so ago, while
Mr. Bettendorf was in New York. For
some time there have been evidences
of a movement to form the Bettendorf
which the woman swung a carver and
caught Albert in the left jaw, inflict
ing an ugly gash. The home-wrecker
disappeared. . Mrs. Shaw was driven
into the cold. She was seated on
workmen into a branch of the Steel the front doorstep when Officer Court
Car Builders' union, and Mr. Betten
dorf on his return to the plant late
last week, learned that about 52 work
men has been unionized and were
planning to call on him as a commit
nev nassed. He Quizzed her and
on entering 'the house found Alexan
der in a bad way, having suffered the
loss of a great amount of blood from
the cut. Shaw and the woman were
tee and demand the reinstatement of arrested and sentenced to serve 10
the eight men previously laid off. If j days in the county jail for vagrancy.
the latter were not reinstated, there
was to be a strike. Mr. Bettendort
says that he decided to strike first; so
the entire 52 were laid off.
Sentence Made Light William E.
Stahl, charged with the larceny of a
watch from St. Luke's hospital, was,
brought before Judge Bollinger yester
day forenoon and through his attor
ney, C. H. Murphy, entered a plea of
guilty and was sentenced to serve GO
days in the county jail. Stahl's case
was not that of an ordinary criminal.
This was his first offense and he stole
the watch on the impulse of the mom-
Obituary Record. Saturday night
Henry F. Kipp died at his home, at
1S30 Dixwell street, after a three days
illness. His death was" caused by par
alysis. Mr. Kipp was born in Ham
burg. Germany, Feb. 29. -1810. Ho
learned the shoemaker's trade In his
home town and later married there,
He came to America in 1872, remain
ing in Chicago tht first four years
He then came to Davenport, where he
remained only a short time befjre
moving to Clinton. He made his homo
in Clinton until 1895, nearly 19 years
Since 1S95 his home has been in Dav
cnt In order to buy the necessaries of enport.
life for himself and wife. They had Word has been received in Daven
reached the city penniless and Stahl I port that Frcemont Graham, aformer
went to the hospital in search of work. ' Davenporter, had died Saturday at
While 4here he discovered a gold i Blue Island, near Chicago. Mr. Gra
watch lying on a table in the waiting ham had been U. S. express agent at
room and purloined it. This he pawn- j Blue Island but had been compelled ! all druggists.
Pipe Bursts. A three-quarter inch
Brueggen was only 17 years of age
and had been-in this country but a
short time. -
room occupied by the Model Printing
company on the lower floor. The most
serious phase of the affair was ths in
jury sustained by J. M. Farnham, pro
prietor of the printing company, who
in his eagerness to get upstairs and
The card partv given Wednesday slut the water connection, slip-
pie o? SL MwC.tnSchi fe"; Sprai hi ' ?nkle'
East Moline. was a success socially puimi1.Th. .h i.i.,
and financially. Cinch and euchre. . . .
were nlaved at 21 tables I 1 tte umJ OI "le "I,JBl c""rc"
were piayea ai laDies. Rtrimtiiroe i.. th win, thn s0,i
The Ladies' Aid society of the Bap- nnnmmtt.ma. h ' no tlta
tist church met Wednesday afternoon . ; :
.., . wn.The structure will cost, in the neigh-
, , , , T ir , TV borhood of -$18,000.
Chicago, who took charge of the de
The money, or
enough of it to guarantee the com
mencement of building operations In
A T r n innlnnn(nl nnrnrtqinwonr '
t. ldt 11 v will vcuiriuiiai nuui laiu.utni. i.n t t
, b. given by ,bc Pl,;. V. XZ
. fn upv t. yj ixnnov
C. F . Hillfl.nger 8 30
M. A. Hollingsworth . 2 25
J. C. Hanley 7 50
H. B. Hubbard Co., clerk 124 00
111 & Ehleb 8 C9
I Kramer Printing & Pub. Co. ... 4 75
Harry Lane 13 75
E. B. McKown, Sec. ."...13104
T. K. McCullom 19 23
M. A. Martlndale 9 75
J. T. Noftsker 1 60
T. F. Norton 12 10
T. S. O'Hara 11 13
T. S. O'Hara 3 90
Mrs. M. J. Phillips 10 CO
PneUl Tnlatrrnnh Cr 9 C.I
R. I. Sand & Gravel Co. 19 73 N
It. I. Sand & Gravel Co. ...... 24 5
R. I. Hardware Co. ....... 6 68
R. I. Fuel Co, 71 91
Robbs'. Express Co. ' 95 05
Reddig Co 4 45
Jas. A. Ryan 42 J5
R. I. Argis 31 10
Smith & Hause : 18 t)0
Jos. Schroeder i. ....... 1 75
Jos. Schroeder .'...... 5 c-5
Schocker Paper Co 6 00
J. II. Stuhr 31 50
W. E. Smith . 6 75
Paul Thiesen - 1 50
Union Printing Co. . 11 00
Volks Zeitung 5 00
Weyerhaeuser & Denkmann ... 5 50
John Williams : . 50 00
Young & McCombs 7
E. G. Frazer 14 94
Miss Margaret O'Donnell and Miss
Evelyn Wilson are the teachers
, Neighborhood Favorite.'
Mrs. E. D. Charles of Harbor, Maine,
speaking of -Electric Bitters, says: "It
is a neighborhood favorite here with
us." It . deserves to be a favorite
everywhere. It gives quick relief in
dyspepsia, liver complaint, kidney de
rangement, malnutrition, nervousness,
weakness and general debility. Its ac
tion on the blood, as a thorough puri
fier makes it especially useful as a
spring medicine. This grand alterna
tive tonic is sold under guarantee at
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL
Will Remove to St.. Louis. Rev.
Paul W. Brown was in the city Sunday
visiting with his family and left yes
terday for Chicago to complete some
business arrangements. After return
ing from Chicago he will move with
his family to St. Louis which city will
remain his home in the future. Mr.
Brown has' been appointed -special
correspondence for the Chicago Record-Herald
and t"he St. Louis Globe
Democrat with a commission from
them to Write un the waterways of the
country. The study cf deep inland
waterways has long been a hobby with
i.ir. Brown. He is therefore amply
qualified to fill his responsible position.
City Council Room, Rock Island, 111.,
Feb. 1, 1909. The council met in reg
ular session at 8 p. m., Mayor Schaf
fer presiding and all the aldermen
present except McNealy.
The minutes of the last regular ses
sion were read and approved.
Aldermen I'tke and Blochlinger sub
mitted ordinances, which were consid
ered and adopted by unanimous vote,
allowing labor pay rolls for weeks end
ing Jan. 23 and 30, as follows:
Pete Loge 16 50
Fred Bowers : 12 60
Henry Utke 12 60
Wm. O'Brien 12 60
Chas. Grams ,. ,2 10 A1. Sugden .. . 5 25
Joe Gutzweiler 12 60
Nels Peterson .5 25
Chas. Grams 6 30
Emil Frank ..' 6 30
Al. Sugden 2 10
Jno. Guinnane 2 10
John Smith ' 1 25
C. F. Gaetjer 8 10
Nearly Frozen to Death. That A.
Herbert of Rock Island was not frozen
to death Sunday morning is a miracle.
Herbert had been drinking so much
that he had delirium tremens. Sunday
Fire department acc't
Police ..: '.-
City hall .:.
Election ., ..:
Sixth ward sewer.
t. . .366 66
. . . . 31 30
.... 20 f.
. ... 74 7
Seventh ward sewer 124 00
Printing 52 75
Park ... 131 04
Total general fund $4,024 40
Water works expense 1,390 30
Reservoir expense 257 17
Water works' const, 427 iC
For Malring Fudge
and Taffy get
A pure, fine-flavored syrup that
makes the finest kind of candy.
In 10c, 25c. asA 53c tins ct All groecra
- A boofc of cooking and
stnf free on request.
CORN PRODUCTS REFINING CO
Island. Report adopted by unanimous
A'.derman Frick offered resolution
that $1,000 be set aside in next annual
appropriation to construct reinforced
concrete sewer on Nineteenth street
from gate house on river front to dock
line on levee. Adopted.
Alderman Iiwler submitted an ordi
nance amending the-ordinance relating
to pawnbrokers, junk and second ban I
dealers, and moved its immediate con
sideration. Carried. .
Alderman Lawler moved the adop
tion of the ordinance as amended.
Adopted by unanimous vote.
Alderman Frick offered resolution
relinquishing all tax extended for city
against property purported to be an
nexed in tract of South Rock Island.
Adopted by unanimous vote.
Adjourned on motion of Alderman
Trefz. M. T. RUDGREN,
Total water works fund ..$2,075 42
14th av 30th to 46 st prop hldrs.280 ;1
5 25; morning at 5 o'clock, J. Reimers at
Roger Price 5 25 519 Sixteenth avenue heard a man at
D. W. Kelley 5 25 tne d(Klr and Stas up found Herbert
Fritz Schoel 5 25 at tlie door both coatless and hatless
Chas. Grams 5 15 trying to get in the house and called
Wm. Ehmer 5 25 lbc ponce.
II. Heuck 5 25
Al. Eaton 5 25
Jas. Solanberger 5 25
M O'Connell r 25
j Harry Seiter 5 25
Richard Barley 12 60
Frank Johnson 7 05
Andrew. Anderson 12 66
Frank O'Connell 12 SO
Dave Rooks 10 50
M. Cavanaugh 6 30
Jno. Entler 8 40
Emil'Erank 4 2t
Chas. Grams 6 30
Dave Thomas .' . 4 20
D. W. Kelley 4 20
Roger Price '.. 4 20
Geo., Anderson 4 20
Vlck Peterson . 4 20
Geo. McGuire : 2 10
Thomas Connors . . .' 2 10
M. O'Connell ' 2 10
Wm. Peck 2 10
Ray Bugg 2 10
Barney Ernst 2 10
Al. Sugdon ?. 2 10
James O'Hern 2 10
Dave Swathwood 2 10
John Quinn 2 10
John Haley "2 10
Bert Chaves 2 10
Geo. Button 2 10
F. Stewes 2 10
Street account 98 30 J. Nesbltt 2 10
Water works const, acc't 98 90 j Bert Chaves ; 2 10
Reservoir expense acct 57 75 Joseph Gaier 5 25
Longview park acc't f 8 i0 Chas. Demunench 5 ?5
(Wm. Hedges 3 15
Total $263 35 , A. Divoe 3 15
i Geo. Bratton 2 10
Pete Loge .
12 4(f , Vick Peterson 3 15
8 40 ". Frank O'Connell
10 50 ; Jas.
;.. 8 40
Farrell 3 00
8 10. Wm. Ray ...... 3 00
10 50C. Evers .10 50
Richard Barley ......... 10 20 j A, Dona way' .10 50
Frank Johnson .... ...... 8 40 i Jos. Gutzweiler 12 60
Andrew Anderson ............ 8 40 ; Emil Frank . 5 25
Joseph Stroehle .............. 5 25:John Entler 5 25
John Anthony 1 05 A; B. Sugden 3 15
Henry Wish ... 4 20 C. F. Gaetjer 10 50
don MrPorl A TO '
Dave Rooks ' -1 35
Geo. Anderson '. 7 2b
Geo. Kinsley 5 25
Dave Thomas 7 35
John Entler . 8 40
Dave Swathwood 5 23
Barney Ernest 525
Ray Bugg 4 20
Emil Frank 7 33
Dave Knittle : , 2 10
Thomas O'Connor 5 25
Obituary Record. Mrs. Enoch Peter
son 1720, Thirteenth street, died at the
Tri-City sanitarium Saturday night af
ter an illness of three months' dura
tion with a complication of diseases.
Mrs. Peterson , was born in Wester
gorland,. Sweden,, DiH'ember 4, 1SC9.
She ca:ne to America and directly to
Molineln the spring of 1S92. She was
married in Moline three years later to
Enoch Petereon, and one daughter
came to bless their union. With the
exception of three years, which were
spent In Princeton, 111., Mr. and Mrs
Pete"rson have resided continually in
Franz G. Hopper, former assistant
traffic manager for the Mo.Iiue Plow
company, died of tuberculosis at Al-
hambra, Cal., Friday, Jan. 15. Mr.
Hopper had resided in Moline about
three years, but his health became im
paired and he was forced to resign
and seek relief in California.. Before
going to Moline he was general freight
agent for the I. I. & I. road, with head
Total ..v..$355 90
Street account 31 0 quarters at Chicago
Vater works const, niter .....227 55
Reservoir expense acc't 26 25
Longview park acc't 10 50
Save Money by Buying Chamberlain'3
You will pay just as much for a hot
tie of Phnmliprliiin's Pninrh Remedy
Grand total ...$b,J7a 6ZA9 for anv of thc other cough modi
J. W. Cavanaugh 75 00
Walter Wise 46 50
Hank Morgan . 42 00
N. J. Hoeltzner 42 00
A. F. Greaser 33 00
Ed. Caulflcld 33 00
Robt. Scefeldt 33 00
Clarence Skinner 35 00
Roy Reed 35 00
,AhIgh grade Coffee GRANULATED
tka Huct n tvH nhnff 1 removed.
bllO UUJb .
lfiavintr the Corree Dure ana aeu-
eious in tbe cup. Sold by Leading
Writo today lor free ainple can.
HALLIGAH COFFEE CO.
cines. but you save money in buyin
it. . The saving is in what you get, no
whrvt you nay. The snrc-to-cure-you
quality is in every bottle of this rem
cdy, and you get good .results when
you take it. Neglected colds often d
velop serious conditions, and when
you buy a cough meiicine you wan! :o
be sure you are getting one that will
James Farrell 36 00 I cure your cold. Chamlorlain's Cough
Wm. Ray 31 501 Remedy always cures. Price, 25 and'
Geo. W. Henry : 65 00 50 cents a bottle. For sale by all drug
H. Harris 39 00 gists.
Ilenrv Frank 33 00
Wm Sprague 33 00 Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured In
IT. F. Lamn . 33 00 Three Days,
r-haunon riiifva S3 23 Morton i.. mil., of Lebanon, lnd.,
t v ravftnanch l' 10 4?? says: "My wifQ had inflammatory rheu
T tjqIv' 3 GO I mutism in every muscle and joint; her
nvia Mnrhlnfi shon 8 auul;"uB l""'" uuuj an
Elect Const. & Mach. Co.
Hartz & Bahnsen (Jo. ....
Ludlow -Valve Mfg.' Co. .'
E. E. Lamp
T. F. Norton
Total , ....$355 90
Alderman Frick submitted an ordi
nance, which was considered and
vvm. Jckerman 7 adopted by .unanimous vote, allowing
Nels Peterson 5 23 claims against the several funds, as
J. B. Brown 5 25 follows:
Jas. Gutzweiler 12 fiOj Newton Archer 5 23 rhna aEtInira , Kft rtn
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11,11111 r raiiK. t -"i v 111. rt'iit a
Jno. Guinnane 2 10 Wm. Eaton 7 35'
Thomas Carey 2 10 Chas. Rinehart 2 10
Z Peter Frey ,. f. .. 42 50
Digest what you cat. Then you can
Eat what you like.
You onee eould eat anything you I
r-anted, and your stomach would
But now there's some things
which your stomach won't digest
Your stomach absolutely refuses to
accommodate you when you eat
certain food so you have been
forced by your stomach to eat food
which yon detested, and pass up
those delicacies that you would
have really enjoyedV
There Is a way now to eat any
-thing you like, If you will let Ko
dol digest it
Kodol will do this, too. It won't
talk back or command, but will go
right ahead with Its work, and di
gest all the food you eat Kodol
will let you eat anything you like
and all you want and you won't
suffer with that dull feeling, that
fullness, and wish you hadn't eaten
You will not have that heart-burn.
which is so annoying al. times. If
you will let Kodol digest your food
You don't hare to use Kodol long
only for a little while just long
enough for your stomach to rest
a little, , It gets tired sometimes,
' too Just tne same as anybody or
part of your body that works.
Kodol will do exactly what your
stomach does, when your stomach
ts well and strong, and more, when
it is tired or out of order.
Kodol Is composed of exactly
the same Juices as found In a
healthy stomach, and therefor
will do the same work as the stom
ach, when it is well and strong
the only difference lsr Kodol never
gets tired and Kodol Is the only
digestant to-day, that will digest
all food and do it as completely, as
a strong, healthy stomach.
Get a bottle now and hare It
ready to help your stomach at
times when you need an assistant.
Kodol Is at the nearest drug store.
M. T. Rudgren 75 00
Henry Thodo 50 00
Wallace Treichlrr . . 50 00
J. F. Witter 41 63
J. .M. Luudburg 37 o'l
Wm. H. Gest, Jr. 12 50
Mrs. L.. Drumbauld 40 00
Chas. Bleuer i 30 00,
John, Bertclson 14 80
2 44face were swollen almost beyond rec-
397 21 osnmon; had been in bed for six weeks
c aa and had eight physicians, but received
I 1 t. ... - 1. . ! J Tl ... I.
. . 4 051 uvnfiii uniiiMie iritu ur. ueicn
j nnon' Relief for Rheumatism. It gave
People's Power Co 87 65 tmnieauue rener ana me was ame to
R. I. Hardware Co 9 00 wa,k about in three days' 1 am snre
w,.H nn . K no t saved her life." Sold by Otto Grot-
r i Armia " 181 so Nan' 1501 Second avonue. Rock Island;
r'. I. Sand & Gravel Co 444 61 Gust Schlcgel & Son. 220 West Sec-
R. I. Fuel Co. 16 ?1
Smith & Hause 1 t0
Jos, Schroeder 95
T. H. Thomas 2 15
Union Printing Co .;...183 30
Western Union Tel. Co 2 50
lond street Davenport
The Farmers' Protec
tive association of
Black Hawk township
will cause to be arrest
ed any hunters found
trespassing on the
property belonging to
any of its members.
Total $2,075 42
The clerk presented plat of Ellen
Andrews" addition. Referred to street
and alley' committee.
The clerk read reports of various
city officers for month of January. Re
ceived and placed on file.
The clerk read petition from prop-
California Navel Oranges
Sweet Luscious -Seedless
Imr bottle. Then after you have naed tha
cntir content of the bottle if Ton can
honestly u;, that it haa not done yon mar
kwu. rourn tna ooiue to tne aruggiat ih
be will refnnd your money without a nee
tion or aeUr. We will then pay the drng
5l8tior boul- Don't heaitate, all
mntstl know thfct mr niMntM I. muwI
Thia offer appliea to the large bottle only
uy. The large bov
and to but one in a t ami
tie contains g tlmea aa
a oca aa the fifty
Kodol Is prepared et the laborer
tories of E. C. DeWItt ii Co CbieAgo.
Milow 35 00
C- Church. 35 00
E. Schadt 35 00
J. Valentine, '. 33 75
J. Mandel 33 75
A. Schmidt !........."33 75
C. Schroeder 32 50
John Blaisdell ........... 31 23
V. Murphy .V... 37 50
W: Hoffman u 30 00
Wm. Krueger ...... 37 50
. 35 00
. 32 50
. 31 25
. 31 25
. 31 25
. 8 68
. 25 00
. 37 50
. 50 00
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. 41 6S
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. 37 50
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. 37 60
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Ifn T a".. 1 A I
. A' r 7Z -'erty owners for water main on Forty-
v 't,1"""'1" "" third street. Fifth to Seventh avenue.
VliaulUdH " J" rr A ilrm.n 1-1. 1
Central Union Telephone Co. .. 3 hO
S. S. Davis 12.50
J. E. Elliott 28 85
Mrs. Eagan 3 53
T F. Eagan 5 50
Mrs. H. ' Fitzsimmons 16 50
Geiscker & Timmerwilke 4 00
Geiseker & Timmerwilke 14 70
John Gibson . . . 17 00
H. BloomquiBt ..
G. Zimmerman ..
W. McCrellias .
Wm. Caulfield ..
J. Coburn ......
Bernard Brahm .
Wm. Pankow ...
Frank Westbay .
Frank Yerbury ..
N. Willhite .....
J-. Eckhart, Jr
Thomas Cox ....
Dina Ramser ....
Dennis Bennett .
Thomas South . .
Gus. Kirscn .....
G. W. Hill ......
E. P. ;KelI
Fred Smith ....
A'dolph Carlson .
J. 1m. Goff .......
C. J. Meenan ..............
Geo. Cardall t ............ . .
C. - A. McCartney .
II. C. Schatfcr . .
Bad Taste in
Appetite Bad, t
A general feeling of being tired end seventh street. Adopted.
worn out unfit for business or the
Z duties or pleasures of life.
Is that the Way You Feel T
If it is, you should know that the
famous tonio laxative, -
s Famfly i
(called also Lane's Tea)
will give that perfect internal clean,
liness and wholesomeness which pro.
daces health and the feeling of com.
fort that makes life enjoyable.
' All druggists sell it in 25c. and
Z 50c packages.
;linwood to board of local improve-
I Alderman Holzhammer from street
and alley committee reported grant
ing A. J. Kimball right to construct an :
areaway. Report adopted,
j Alderman Holzhammer ofTered reso
lution that Q-, R. I. & P. be ordered to
plank Second and Seventh streets, and
any other streets crossing tracks and
not planked. ' - i
Alderman Holzhammer moved mat
ter of location of fire alarm, box on
. Mill street be referred to fire and light
Alderman Holzhammer offered reso
lution 'that street .and alley rubbish be
placed on sidewalk at new park, site
in west end. Adopted.
. Alderman Holzhammer offered reso
lution that sum of $1,000 bo set aside
in next annua) appropriation for es
tablishing bathing beach at foot of I
The California Fruit Growers Exchange, a bodv of
5,000 farmers, spend 365 days eveiy ycar plaanintr how
to five vou better oranrps.
r Health c vv ,-i, i, . i. .i .
fc,vw uwu u iuc iuva w matte uj j irccs pro
duce better oranges. '
The choicest "fruit from 5,000 groves arc labeled "SunkitC."
Ask Your Dealer for "Suhkist"
This luscious, tree-ripened fruit comes direct to you by fast freight
in prime condition.
Everyone is eating oranges because they are healthful. Everyone
snouia asic ior -ounaist - Decause they are the best. 1
Look for the label on the box. Your dealer has a
fresh supply today.
When you buy lemons, ask for California "Sunkist'
lemons they are thin skinned, juicy and mostly seed-,
less. This is the season for Lemon desserts. Try Lemon
Floating Island Lemon Sherbet Lemon Pie or Lemon '
Custard today, tach is a delicious dish.
Alderman Blochlinger moved coun
cil approve specifications for proposed
new filter. Adopted, 10 to 2 (Ellin-
wood and Carse).
Alderman Btochlinger moved new
city park be named Denkmann park,
in honor of donors. Adopted by unan
Alderman Carse moved , matter of
damage to Ninth street by leakage
from water wagon be referred to chief
fcf police. Carried. ; ;
Alderman Frick from special com
mittee reported , recommending that
city , attorney be instructed . to with
draw answer . in quo warranto suit
wfMMMiMf MMM Ml over annexation of tract in South Rock
A Confidential Talk
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1715 Second Ave,' London Building.
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in the mosVpowerfui -Germ Destroy
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..like magic "all kinds of-Korea and
wounds, akin - diseases;' removes
dandruff, corn, cures catarrh of the
nose, throat: stomach: strengthens
weak lungs. Relieves all pains. Used externally or taken internally
isnaiant. ouc a ooiue: innajer sac. doiu uy an uiugsisiu.
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