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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JANUARY in, mil.
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7 Licensed to Marry. William Paus-
;tlan and Theresa Werthmann; G. Wat-
son French and Anna El Decker; all
: of Davenport.
r Direct to Grand Jury. Ellis Gainey,
' the young man against -whom a charge
of uttering bogus instruments and ob
taining goods on misrepresentation
will probably be preferred by some
three or four merchants of the city,
will be taken directly before the grand
' jury when that body meets Monday
afternoon. He is now held under $500
bonds, which he was unable to furnish,
and in lieu of posting the necessary
amount, has been remanded to th
Scott county jail until his hearing.
Train Kills a Horse. A northbound
passenger train on the Milwaukee
road ysferday struck and killed one
of the draft horses owned by the White
Yard Fuel company, seriously injured
the other horsp and bruised the driver
of the team, Ralph Henry. ho nar
rowly escaped being ground to pieces
i beneath the wheels of the train. The
accident occurred in the White yards
at East River and Tremont avenue.
Wife Gets Decree in Hill Divorce. ;
A decree of divorce on the grounds of j
desertion was signed in the district ;
court in which Jennie K. Hill Is grant- j
ed legal separation from her husband. !
Wilson H. Hill. In addition to the de- i
nree, the wife was given alimony in
tlie Earn of $f,0 per month, for two;
years, and the homestead on Iocust
street. The husband Is conceded the
interests in his merchandise business
and personal property.
Hand Bruised In Machine. While
working on a card machine at the Dav
enport Woolen Mills company 3-ester-day.
Herman Kcttle.sen, residing at
, 1322 Leonard -street, and an overseer
of the carding room, had his hand
caught In the machine, and before the
i machinery . was stopped the hand and
',. arm had been badly lacerated. The
city ambulance was called and he was
j- jirjvt-ii iu oi. ijukbb nospinii, wnere 1
ineuicai sueauoa was given nim. tne
accident happened In view of several
of the other employes of the plant.
The' exact manner in which Mr. Ket
tleten caught his hand in the machine
is not known, but while he was work
ing oyer the apparatus his hand was
pinched between the metal, and his
shouts attracted other employes and
the machinery was stopped. It is not
expected that his injury will be ser
ious and the hand will in all proba
bility be saved.
On Purchasing Trip. Miss Charlotte
Rosenfield of the Ro.ser.field millinery
departed last evening for Hot Springs,
Ark., where she will visit two weeks,
after which she will go on to New
York city to make her purchases of
spring stork. Miss Rosenfield will re
main in New York five weeks to study
the new styles.
Check Forger Caught In Seattle.
Word has been received by I J. Yag
gy, cashier of the First National bank,
that J. W. Williams, .who operated un
der several aliases and passed a check
in Davenport, forged .n 'J. M. Myers
of this city on October 15, 1910, in the
sum of 1S0, has been captured at Se-
Makes a Pint of Finest
1mp and Effort ive. Too.
The most effective and eco
nomical cough syrup can be
made at home by any one ar,d
in this day of high prices for
foodstuffs and clothing any
family can appreciate a Paving
even on a necessity like cough
First, obtain of any well
stocked druggist, 2'i ounces of
essence nientho-laxene. Empty
it into a pint bottle. Then take
a pint of granulated sngnr add
a half pint of boiling water,
put on fire and let' come to a
boll. Cool and pour in bottka.
Shake the mixture well and
take a teapoonful every hour
or two until cough is broken
up: then take wherever neces
sary. Give children les3 ac
cording to age.
This mixture will break up
la cnld and cure a. cough yuch
more rapidly than any ordi
nary mixture, because it is not
constipating, but laxative In
action vhD 8 to 10 doses are
taken daily. If your druggist
does not have mentho-laxene.
he can obtain it for you from
the wholesale firms. Try this
.splendid recipe and you will
never want anything better.
TO MOKST EMPI.OIES.
lift to Jlt'tfl. on ju.t your plain
t:Ote. Kepjty i: in imll weekly
or monthiy payments.
"ITIZKXS LOAN' OXMIWXV
..1 Phone Ka.'t 1IT.
Room 6. M-Kinnie Blk.. Moline. 111.
attle, Wash., where he aiso carried on
operations. The arrest was brought
about by the Burns Detective agency,
and through the instigation of the pro
tective department of .the American
Cankers association. Some of the
names under "which Williams operated
in -different places are A. W. McClel
lan, G. W. Moren, H. W. Nelson, H. C.
Hill and C. L. Black.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Margaret
Duggan, mother of George Duggan,
died at the family residence, 1112
West Sixth street, yesterday. She
was- born in County Waterford. Ire
land, and was 62 years of age. Besides !
her Fon George of this city she is sur
vived by one daughter, Mrs. Thomas
Gahan of Toledo. Ohio. The funeral 1
held Friday morning, with
bi. ,wary cnuicu at
Interment will be in St. Mar-
The 5-months-old child of Mr.
Mrs. James Wel!s, 1136 West Second
street, died yesterday.
After coming from Pennsylvania in
an effort to continue his fight against
tuberculosis, which he had contracted
as a soldier in the Spanish-American
SYXOPS'S OF PRECEDING CHAP
TERS. Nat Duncan, discharged for lncwmpw
tency by his employer, toes to the horn
of his friend Kellogg, whe has helped him
In LI; a najit-
Kellopa- sympathizes with Duncan, wro
meets some of his 01a lima cqumu--- ,
at t!.e.tome cf his friend- j
Kello&g wants to help Duncan. wn n
discouraged, and outlines a novel scheme
whereby Duncan can repair his shattered
The scheme Is that nnrn hnvM wn.
a country town, dress well, go to church.
work steadily and thus attract and marry
iub weajuiiefcr. ariri in tha town.
Duncan decides to follow Ketloers'a sug
gestion and with an array of newly made
city clothes departs for and arrives at
Old Sam Graham runs a dilapidated
out of date little drug store In Radvllle.
lie has for years wasted Ma time on vari
Eetty Gtaham, the eld man's pretty but
enreworn daughter, works In the store.
Mr. Llttlejohn. the Radvllle editor, be
comes acquaint with, Ouncan.
"Blinky" Lockwood la the richest man
In the vlllaee. and Duncan Is Interested
to learn that the old miser haa a daugh
LuncDP obtains a position in old Gra
ham's drus store without pay. for he
learns that the village Etrls. including
wealthy Josle Lockwood, are very fond of
Duncan advances money to buy a new
stock of drugs and soda sirups, so as to
enable Graham to compete with the rival
Josle Lockwood and Angle Tut hill visit
the store and make Duncan's acquaint
ance. They flirt with blm and buy soda
Duncan meets Betty Graham, who,
weary and suspicious of the world, doe
not enthuse " "X-Si"
Roland Famette. In love with josie
Lockwood. Introduces to old Graham a
New York swindler. Burnham, who tries
to get for a low price a sensational gaa
machine that Sam has invented.
"Blinky" Lockwood has a note of old
S.im's which has matured and threatens .
lietty as to the consequences o nonpay-
Batty raves at her father because of hi
poverty. Duncan comes In and gently re- t
monstrates with the girl. j
The sheriff comes to the store to de- '
1 mand payment of Graham's note. Dun- ;
j can uses almost his last cent to pay the
; sum, taSO. !
t Duncan meets Blinky' Lockwood and ;
! also saves old 8am from being victimized ,
tay Burnham. much to Roland's disgust, j
Under Duncan's management the store I
outstrips its rival, evidencing the young '
man's real ability. I
The acquaintance of Betty and Duncan
progresses, though the latter sees that he '
could wed Jrvtf lirkwrml mnA rln fr n . I
fortune if he so desired.
Duncan corresponds with Kellogg and
learns of the great possibilities of Sam's
gaa machine invention.
Duncan borrows enough money from
Colonel Botua to send Batty away to col
lege. Tracey Tanner is madly In lov
with Angle TuthllL Kellogg comes to
Josie Lockwood, home from college, en
ters the store, makes love to Duncan and
throws her arms around his neck. Taken
j by surprise. Duncan finds that almost be
fore he knows it he ana ana are pieogea
Roland Barnette abuses Duncan owtn
to his association with Josie Lockwood.
and Duncan throws him out of the stora
Betty returns from college.
Betty almost collapses when Duncan
tells her he Is engaged to Josie Lock-1
wood, for she loves him fondly.
Duncan Insists to Kellogg that he must
tell Josle Lockwood that he does not love
r.er. Put that he loves Betty Graham in- 1
stead. Kellogg declares that Graham's
gas machine haa made a fortune for old !
Ram and for Nat as well. j
Roland Barnette accuse Duncan In the '.
presence of Josle. "Blinky" Lockwood. !
Kellorg and others of being or.e Morti
mer Henry, a bank thief. Josle revolts ,
si Lruncan arl ares awav with Rnianrf
I N'at. much relieved, goes to meet Betty
1 and teiis her that he loves her. They are
KrHogg let his chair fall forwgrd,
and roiie, imprisfning Nat's should
ers with two heavy, but Viacly hands.
"Alivi Ji '.! ic iisu. l.r 1 1 u: ...
"I'm glad yon had the backbone tc
back out, Nat. It was a low down
trick, and I'm ashamed of myself far
rnvror'n:? if I did it. I presume, slm-
nlT because I'm a schemer at
and I knew it wonld work-
war, Thomas Jefferson Beck, aged S3, J
died at his room, 1923 Main street. !
The relatives in Pennsylvania have
been notified and the body is being
held in the Boies undertaking estab
lishment pending word from them.
His dying request of C. Windnian,
with whom he had made his home, was
that he be given a respectable burial,
and if relatives are not heard from he
intends carrying out the wish.
The following oineers were elected
at the B. Y. P. U. meeting Saturday
night: President, Miss Arizona Wat-
iscn; vice president, Miss Kl-'-anor
Kleist; secretary. Miss Gladys Fos-
1 ter; treasurer. Miss Sade Kleist: or
! ennlst. Mitts Aeries Slpaai t: assistant
organiPti Miss Louise Foster; chair-
i man of devotional committee, Thom-
ja Watson; chairman of social com
mittee, Robert Workman; chairman
: 0f membership committee. Arch Fos
Several young people from this vi-
cinity attended the installation and
oyster supper at Illinois C:ty Thurs-
LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
From the Flay of the
Same Name by
Wl NCR ELL SMITH
Copyrlgrht, 1910, by WlneheU
Smith and Louis Joseph Vane.
work, but It's worked a finer way than i undertaker should have been fumi
I dreamed of It's made a man of you, gated before be departed fron the
Nat. and I'm mighty glad and proud premises. I have asked the city at-
Nat swayed with amazement
"What's changed you all of a sud
den?" he demanded blankly.
Releasing him, Kellogg resumed his
Beat, laughing. "Well, a number of ! nutting the body to he removea irom
things. Among others, I've talked with j the house; also what right the under
Graham, and I've met his daughter." j taker had to bury the body without
"Oh-h:" i first securing a permit, and why the
"And that reminds me"-Kellogg j sexton allowed the body jo .be bur-
changed the subject briskly "I under
stood from you that Graham was sole
owner of that patent burner."
"So he is."
"He says not, I had a proposition to
make him from the Mutual. people, and
F- .. .r ' r- V M - ST,'- - a-y
fcvr ' ail'' n,ir
bo wx'm rotrjiD tou, bh?"
he referred rhe to yon. saying that you
controlled the matter."
"I've not the slightest Interest in it,"
"I know you haven't, but Graham In
sisted you owned the whole thing. I
pressed him tor an explanation, and
he finally furnished one in bis ram
bling, inconsequent, fine old way. He
admitted that there wasn't any sort
of existing contract or agreement of
any kind, even oral, between you. but
jnst the same you'd been so good to
him and his girl that he'd made np his
mind some time ago. I gather to
make yea a present of the burner, but
naturilly he forgot to tell you about
an insignificant detail like that."
"Of course that's nonsense. I
wouldn't and shan't aeeept.
"Of course yon won't, I did yoa i
the honor to discount that. But he
wouldn't say a word about the offer,
yes or no just left it all up to yon.
He' says you're a business man and
that he's often thought what a help
yoa mast have been to me before yoa
left New York."
Nat laughed outright "Can yoa beat
that? But what Is the offer?"
"Fifty thousand cash and 10.000
shares of preferred stock $100 par."
"What's that worth?"
"At the market rate when I left town
78." Kellogg waited a moment. "WelL
what do you sayT"
"Say? Great Caesar's ghost! What
is there to say? Wire 'em an accept-
i snce before they grt their seer r.rl v.ir.d. I
M M,.. sWiLliaiVBVT.'
Vou don't know hew g-xl this rna!iP3 suffering. Cardui has helped others,
me feel. Ilsrry. I can"? th;mk von j Why not you? Try it. Your drug
enough for what you've done. This'll'gist sells it in $1 bottles.
May Build Head Office Here. The
advisability of purchasing a site and
building a head office building in
Moline wa3 discussed by the board
of directors and executive board of
the North Star Benefit association at
its regular monthly meeting. The
plan was suggested by' the thief as
tronomer, Dr. J. F. Myers, and was
concurred in by all those present who
entered in the discussior. It was
decided to take the matter before
the grand observatory of the asso
ciation at its meeting in Galesburg
in August. Tha management desires
to build a substantial establishment
here and the membership will be
asked to authorize materialization of
Child Buried Without Permit.
Health Commissioner A. H. Arp is
considerably wrought up over burial
of Pala Lamons, aged 3, who died
Sunday mornrng of diphtheria in this
city and who was buried that after
noon in the East Moline cemetery.
The health commissioner states that
he was not asked to Issus a burial
permit. According to the state law
no person may be buried without
j proper authorities issue a burial per
i mit; a body cannot be taken on a
train to another town for burial w.ith
! out a permit is secured; the sexton
is not supposed to allow a body to
: be buried until aftr he has se?n the
j burial permit. "This case looks like
! a flagrant violation of the law," said
Dr. Arp, "and some one may be made
ito suffer the consequences. That
child never should have been remov
led from the house till after the rjuar-
lljrantine card had be-on removed and
'tthe nlace had been fumigated. The
torney to look up the law, contin
ued tne health commissioner, "and
the developments may prove inter
esting. I want to find out what
riaht the child's parents' bad in per-
first . seeing . the burial
Vikings Come Next Month. .Moline
is to experience during February the
rather unusual sensation of enter-
square rae with Graham to some ex
tent, and I can clear out"
"No, you can't, Mr. Smarty! Yoa
ain't been cute enough."
Both men. startled by the interrup
tion, wheeled round to discover Roland
Barnette dancing with excitement in
the doorway, the while he beckoned
frantically to an invisible party with
out. "Come on!" he shouted. "Here
"What's eating yon. Roly Poly?" In
quired Nat, too happy for the money
to cherish animosity even toward bis
one time rival.
"You'll find out soon enough." snarl
ed Roland. "Mr. Iockwood's got some
thing to say to you, I guess."
And on the heels of this announce
ment Lockwood strode into the store,
Josle clinging to his arm, Pete Willing
a trifle more sanely drunk than he
had been some hours previous bring
ing up the rear.
"So," snarled Blinky, halting and
transfixing Nat with the stare of his
cold blue eyes "so we're found you,
'Oh? I didn't know I was lost."
"No nonsense, young man. I ain't
to the humor for foolin'." Blinky was
unquestionably in no sort of humor
at all beyond an evil one. "I come
here to have a word with yoa."
"Well, sir?" Nat's tone and attitude
were perfectly pacific.
"Ah, there ain't no use boa tin' round
the bush. You've behaved yourself
ever since you come to Radvllle and
lnsinooated yourseif Into oar confi
dence, 'spite of the fact that nobody
in town knows who you were before
you came. But now Roland's laid a
charge agin you. and I want to know
the rights to It."
"Well," Roland Interposed cocklly,
"I accused him of It tonight, and he
didn't deny it."
"What's more," Lockwood continued,
with rising color, "Roland says he can
"Prove what?" Nat Insisted. "Get
down to facts, can't yon?"
"That you're a thief, with a reward
out for you." said Roland- "Yoo're
that Mortimer Henry what absconded
from the Longacre National bank in
Thore fell a brief naus. Nat bowed
Worth Weight in Gold.
Abingdon. Va. Mrs. Jennie Mc
Call, of this place, says: "I had been
troubled with female complants for
over 1ft years. I conld not walk or
stand on my feet, and had been al
most confined to the house for a
long time. I began to take Cardui.
'the woman's torie, and now I ran
v.alk anywhere I want to go. Cardui
is worth its weight in gold." This
js a high estimate on a plain, herb
medicine, yet there are thousands
of women who would gladly pay this
price for a remedy to relieve the'r
taining a national convention. This
time it is the Independent Order of
Vikings and the convention will be
tfreir 19th annual. The Vikings will
come 200 or 200 strong from out
side points, arriving cn Saturday,
Feb. 11, and remaining over the fol
lowing Sunday. Vikings will hold
their grand lodge session in Swedish
Olive hall, beginning Saturday fore
noon and expect to complete the bus
iness during the afternoon of that
day. The most important legislative
matter to come before the conven
tion will be that of amending lodge
lav.- to read that the society, which
is fraternal beneficiary, shall allow
(. ,n,K.r. . ,
iuvr a a luaxiui u lit lusuiaiuc ' l
51.000, instead Of $..00 maximum
no W In force. At the I.IFt grand
lodge session a committee was nam-
ed to , ons.Mer the advisab lity of
Changing the insurance feature and
it will report at th- meeting here.
The report is cxpei ted to favor the
nnu'arH roi ii-.n inri (Ho nt
lipHara revioion nnrt trie antK .pa-
tion is that delegates will ratify it.
The Vikings also have a s.!ck benefit
, . . , , ,, .
law. The business sessions Will be
followed Saturday evening by a ban
quet in the big hall of the Turner
building. l"elee;afes will be seated
free of charge, but local lodge mem
bers will be assessed a fes. Plates
will be laid for ?.oo. Sunday, the
delegates will be taken on a sight
seeing tour through the tri-ci'.'es, vis"
iting the arsenal and possibly the
Watch Tower, among other points of
interest. Special stre?t cars will be
chartered for this entertainmeut
Away from Scenes of Sorrow.
Crazed with grief over the sad death
!of his wife who committed suicide here
I Saturday by soaking a box of matches
:in water and drinking the concoction,
j.Tohn Mandazak, l..2;i Second avenue,
citj-, will return to Hungary next
week. Mandazak appeared at Coroner'
Rose's office to obtain a certificate of
death so that he can really prove to
the woman's relatives that she is dead,
fie states he cannot bear to remain
here on he scne of her sad death.
He will hear a double message of sor
row to her delatives. " He will carry
the news of the death of his wife and
the disgrace "of her sister who ran off
with another man .in Davenport. This
is given as Mrs. Mandazak's reason for
suiciding iby her husband. He will
leave here next week. He came here
eight years ago from Hungary. His
father owns a large farm and her fath
er's farm adjoins it. They becameengag
ed and then came to this country un
known to their parents. She came four
and a half years ago without her fath
er being aware of tho fact. Thy were
married here. He has grieved so over
ber loss that he is broken down in
health. He will leave Monday.
Obituary Record. Frank Pcscampn,
1 6-months-old con of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Descamps, 1 403 Fourteenth
street, East Moline, died after a brief
illness with diphtheria, A private
funeral service was held and the body
was laid to rest in St. Mary's cem
etery. his head and tugged at his mustache,
his shoulders shaking with emotion va
riously construed by those who watch
ed him. Presently he looked up again,
his features gravely composed.
"Roly," said he, "Balaam must miss
"That ain't no answer." Lockwood
put. himself solidly between Nat and
the object of his obscure remark, who
was. painfully digesting it "I want to
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Sam BE, "MlAil
roc TTKjt ra L T
know aborrt this. Yon got my daugh-;
ter to say she'd marry yoa this even-!
In', and you've got to explain to me I
about this back business before it 1
goes any further."
"Yes?" commented Nat civilly.
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f vi -s ? 1
"Yes!" thundered P.Iinky. "Do yoa
deny It? Answer me."
Tw KeVjze's Yiz. diversion Nat .
and we can
A lady fro-n Minnesota writ:
"A re-suit of noinr PaiMrine, my hair
it close to fiva feat in lnth."
Beautiful Hair at Small Cost
v v a li , - -
; J1 b?eo wfonely diacnoiw-ri and alt
onocrno. me nmr hkii nmKiDriniojw
1 pc icaira, lor ine rriwa inai n in iimpiy product
j of the scalp and wholly dependent opon lt action.
j Jce?aa7nrJ ""Jid jVaiSSe .hoTd"
' receive the attention it results are to he expected,
j more beautiful the soil in which the platt crow
must be attended to. Therefore, tha acalp In winch
. thaha.ra;rows must raceme tha attention if you are
; to expect it to crow and become mora beautiful.
! h"'r ' by the acalp donna- op.
or losing; ita supply of moisture or nutriment; when
baldness occurs the scalp haa aitnray lost all its
1 nourishment, leaving nothing for the hair to feed
; upon (a plant or even a tree would die nadcr similar
The natural thine to do In either ease, is to feed
' and replenish the scl or scalp as the case may he.
I and your crop will grow and multiply as nature
' intended it should.
Knowlton's Oanderine has a most wsndsr.
: ful effect upon tha f.air g'anda and tissues of tha
; acalp. It ia tha only remedy for tha hair aver
discovered that ia similar to tha natural hair
, foods or liquids of the acalp.
. Tt penetrates the pores quietly and the
soon shows the effects of its wonderfully exhilar
ating and lite-producing qualities.
One 2S-ccnt bottle is enough to convince you of
Its (rreat worth as a hair arrowing and hair beauti
tying remedy try it and aaa for yourself.
NOW at all druggists In three stsaa,
25c. 50o and 91.00 per bottle.
CRCp To show now cuicklr OitdtrFne
acts, we will rml a Itrgr sam
ple fre ty return mail to anyone itta
arnds this f rre coupon to the
INOWLTON DAICERIKE C5., CHICAGO. ILL,
with their came and address and 10c
in silver or stamps to pay postage.
struck an attitude,
swer," said he.
"Aha! What'd I
"I refuse to an
tell yoa?" This
was Roland's triumphant crow.
"Natl" . Josle advanced, trembling
with excitement. "Tell me, what does
Duncan perforce avoided her gaze.
"Don't ask," he said sadly.
"Is it true?" she insisted.
"You heard what Roly said," ho re
plied, with a chastened expression.
"Then you admit it?"
"I admit nothing."
"Oh-h!" The girl drew away from
him as from defilement, "I I batti
you!" she cried In a voice of loathing.
"That's all right," he told her se
renely. "I've despised myself all even
ing." The girl showed him a scornful
back. "Papa" she began.
"Don't thank me. Josie. Roland
done It all. He got on to him." Lock
wood continued to watch Duncan with
the air of a cat eying a mouse.
Impulsively Josle moved to Roland's
side and caught bis arm. He drew
himself up proudly.
"I do thank you. Roland. I can nev
er be grateful enough. I've been so
"That's all right" Roland tacked
the girl's band beneath bis arm and
patted it down. "You wasn't to blame.
I never seen any one from Noo York
yet that "wasn't a crook."
"Won't you please take me away
from this place, Roland?" she ap
pealed. 1 11 do miguuy giuu ii yuu j
home, Josie," be absured her generous
In the act of leaving Josle caught
Nat's eye. She hung back for an In
stant, withering blm with a glare.
"Oh-hf" she cried. "How did you dare
pretend to care for me?"
He bowed politely. "It was one of
the rules, Josle."
"There's no need to tell yoa, I guess,
that the engagement Is broken."
"None whatever. - Miss Lockwood.
Arm in arm they left, with the
haughty tread of the elect, while Vete
The more f it you have employed for you, iho ! )u nevd
to work yourself. If you keep on i"g nni pulling your aingi
to work, the funded capital of your Mtimng4 Mill gradually take
U the burden and you will not nc-l to work ml mil. Vou ran open
an account uith this good Mrong bunk willi one dollar or more.
4 Interest Paid on Savings
Checking Accounts Solicited. Safety floxra for IUnt.
Rock Island Savings
1 1721 Second Ave.j J3ank. I Rock island, 111.
1 1 m
W. m j,; 111,1,1, 1, 1 m ,
Ktart the New Year
several small d-tts.
them off a ad thee
you naed on yeuir
FURNITURE, PIANO, ST0CA,. ETC.
RATES LOWEST, PAYMENT ttilkllSZT
RELIABLE LOAN COMPANY
r 1805 2 SecOIid Ave
v, , . . , . ,'mm,
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Willing lurched to Duncan's side and
caught his arm.
"Come 'long to Jail, Mlsh'r Duncan,"
he said, with sympathy. "Mush bes
sber." "Yoa look after blm, Pete." Lock
wood turned to leave with a final shot
for Duncan. "I'll tend to your case la
the mornln', young man, and 111 make
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Famous "Pint of Cough
No Ectter Remedy at any Price
Make a plain syrup by mixing one
Tint of granulated sugar and x pint
of warm water nd stir for two min
utes. Put 2'4 ounces of pnre Plnex
(fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottle,
find fill it up with the Sugar Syrup.
This gives you a family supply of the,
best cough syrup at a saving of 12.
It never spoils. Take a teaitpoonlul
every one, two or three hours.
The tITectlvcncps of this simple
remedy is surprising. It seems to
take hold Instantly, and will usually
ptop tha most obstinate cough in 24
bours. It tones up the jaded appe
tite and Is just laxative enough to be
belpful in a cough, and has a pleas
ing taste. Also excellent for bron
chial trouble, throat tickle, sore lungs
find Asthma, and nn iinoaiinllerl rpm.
cdy,fbr whooping couira.
This recipe for making cough rem
edy with I'inex and Sugar Syrup (or
strained honey) is a prime favorito
In thousands of homes in the United
States and Canada. The plan has
been Imitated, though never success
fully. If you try it. use only genuine
Plnex, which Is the roost valuable
concentrated comjound of Norway
white plno extract, and In rich In
Kuiaicol and all the natural healing
I'lne elements. Other preparations
.will not work In this recipe.
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes
With this recipe. Your 'rriu;int ha
Pinox or will get It for yon. If not,
tend to The Plnex Co , It. Wayne, Ind.
f ! . .
F -'i .' i. v
clar of all your smill debts. If you have
figure up hw much It will take to pay
and we will loan you the amoutal
Island, 111. Old phone 1003