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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1911.
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Goes to C Loala Prof. A.
TEwr, who hit been teacher-at the
' high, enact fan th past 10 years, -will
resign .his position & teacher In bot
any here, to take effect at th end -f
; the present school year, and has ac
eepted a position as teacher of tha
' same subject In the McKinley high,
sohool at St Louis.
Five Days for Jumping Board Bilk
John Burmeister was arrested yes
terday roornlng -and -taroaght before
Jastloe-Daam on a 'warrant sworn out
by George Betoers, at present the
proprietor of the old MUler hotel on
Seoond street, on the charge of Jump
ing a Aboard bin. Mr. Relmers testi
mony shoreed;hat Burmeister had left
town without making any effort to
settle for his board. When he return
ed to the city' and his whereabouts
became known to Mr. Relmers he at
once had the prarrant made out for
, his arrest. He was sentenced to- five
days in jail.
Is Called As Assistant Pastor.
Rev. F. O. Woestenmeyer has been
called as assistant pastor of the First
Presbyterian church of this ctty, thia
action having been taken at a special
meeting of the board of trustees he'd
yesterday. Mr. Woestenmeyer wh.
has been recently In California, comes
from Cherry ville, Kan.
Burdick WilJ Filed. The laBt will
of the late Anthony Burdick was plac
ed on file in the district court yester
day afternoon by Attorneys Lane and
Waterman, all the property with the
exception of two bequests to local in
stitutions going to immediate rela
tives. The will, which was drawn Jan.
16, 1911, provides that the sum of
Health and Beauty Notes
BY MRS. MAE
Edith: No. I do not believe In "dry
ehampoos." If you were going to
wash your face, would you even
think of rubbing powder on It? When
you need a shampoo ask your hair
dresser for a canthrox shampoo or
buy the canthrox at any drug store
and prepare the shampoo at home by
dissolving a teaspoonful of canthrox
in a cup of hot water. The cleans
ing lather of this shampoo , will re
move the excess oil and all dirt and
dar.cr ft from the scalp pores. Your
hair will rinse easily and dry quick
ly. TiiU is the most beneficial sham
poo I have ever used. It is very re
freshing to an itching scalp and
makes the hair very soft, silky and
bo fluffy there will seem to be twice
as much of It. You will find nothing
better than this shampoo for promot
ing a clean, healthy condition of the
u,r mi ii " -MMi'Tj
and will not cause the hair to be- j
come dull and
etreaky like soap
W. 51.: Your dull, weak, expres-
si on less eyes can be made clear,
beautiful and sparkling by putting I
in each eye twice dally a few drops make a full quart. Take a table-;,ter attended the initiation by the
of a pimple tonic made by dissolving j spoonful before each meal. I can-' Orion chapter Tuesday evening Af
an ounce cf crystos In a pint of cold not recommend this tonic too highly ter the work lunch and a sociable
water. This inexpensive tonic is as a reliable spring medicine. It will : wa3 enjoyed
very scothing and strengthening to glve you new life and ambition and j John Munson of Thompson, 111.
weak, tired or inflamed eyes. Occu-ltUrn your pimply, sallow complexion has moved his familv to Orion They
lists find it excellent for treat.ng j lnto a new. fresh one. For stimu-, occxiply the Ella Barnes house in
granulated lids and eye troubles gen-laing the organs of the body to nor-' the east end of town
erally. Its strengthening properties mai action you will find this simple, j Miss Alma Kettlekamp of Maquoin
make It a great aid to those who old-fashioned tonic just grand. and Mls8 Mab,e Linken of Joy III
wear glasses. J "Pent a fe7w days the first of' last
Mrs. N. C: Even at your age of 40 , week with Mr8 E G Moore
Mrs. G. K.: You may be able to there can be no good excuse for your ; strawberries are a short crop, the
reduce your weight simply by exer-, complexion not looking just e hot eun and drouth being hard on
c'sing and dieting, but you can eas-; smooth, fresh and plump as It did 15 tnem
j i v. . I -I... I ;.w 1 . . . . ' '
iiy uasit-n ic i cuuvuuu wim iui-
lowing : Dissolve four ounces of par
rotis in one and one-half pints hot
" water; when cold 6train out the sed
iment; take a tablespoonful of the
liquid before each meal and ycu will
- find It a splendid dissolver of fatty
t's&ues that will not yield to other
remedies. It is harmless, inexpen
sive and has restored many to their
former slender figures and given
sure relief from the burden of being
- too fat.
M. R. C: A good, inexpensive lo
tion to take away that shiny, oily,
sallow look to your complexion can
be prepared at small cost as follows:
Dissolve four ounces of spurmsx in
one-half pint hot water; when cool
'add two teaspoonfuls glycerine and
apply to the skin, rubbing gently un
til dry. This will whiten and beau
tify your skin without leaving that
powdered look. You will find this
lotion far better than powder, as it
not only gives your face a fresh,
youthful tint, but does not rub off
or show like powder. I find it excel
lent for preventing and removing
freckles, skin pimples and as a pro
tection to the skin from the sun and
wind. Do not use powder on your
face if yon want your complexion to
remain smooth and free from that
Martha; If yon have any fears of
000 shall te left each to a brother.
Perry Bundlck and a sister, Almlra J.
Sherwood of Cambridge Springs, Pa.,
the gam of J 1,000 to Chrlstent Foss
bnrg, the ram of $&00 $o the Ladles'
Industrial society and $1,000 to the
First Presbyterian church society to
aid in the erection of a manse for
the minister of the society. The sum
of $20,000 Is left to the daughter Stel
la B. Richardson and a like amount to
the grand-son, Nelson Burdick Rich
ardson. The homestead on College
avenue is bequeathed to the daughter,
Edna. Q. Burdick. Provision Is made
that the remainder of the estate shall
be divided between the two daughters,
M. N. Richardson, Stella B. Richard
son and Edna O. Burdick are named
executors without bonds.
Widow Sells Interest. The final
report of J. W. Bettendorf as adminis
trator of the estate of William P. Bet
tendorf, was presented to the district
court yesterday by Attorneys Coos
and Balluff and was approved and the
estat closed. The Interests of Mrs.
William P. Bettendorf in the Betteo
dorf Axle company have been pur
chased by J. W. Bettendorf, president
of the company. In the distribution of
the real estate Mrs. W. P. Bettendorf
becomes the owner of the new resi
dence partially completed at the Urn's
of the death of William P. Bettendorf.
The parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Betten
dorf, take the bungalow property and
the heirs retain their interests in the
residence property at Sixth and Rock
Obituary Record.. After 93 years of
life and nearly 63 in Davenport, Thies
Nagel, the venerable father of Prof.
J. J. Nagel. passed at the family
home on West Locust street, Sunday
evening. Mr. Nagel was born in Ger-j
many. He came to Davenport in lsaJ
ani. had always resided here. Survi
lng him are his four children, Mrs.
Margaret Weasel, now living in Tern
pleton, Cal-; J. J. Nagel and Mrs.
Christina Jepson. both of Davenport,
becoming bald, now is the time to
save your hair. By getting one-half
pint alcohol and one ounce quinzoin
at your druggist's and mixing with
one-half pint cold . water you will
have the finest remedy imaginable
for dandruff and falling, lifeless hair.
Rub this tonic into the scalp twice
a week and you will soon see a won
derful improvement In your hair. It
will take on a healthy color and be
come glossy and abundant. This ton
ic Is not sticky and will instantly re
lieve scalp itching. I know of many
hairdressers who use this tonic ex
clusively and with fine results. It is
equally good for both light and dark
Mrs. C. K.: For that tired, worn
out feeling you ned a good tonic to
build up your strength, energy and
appetite, and remove from your
b, , t impurities, wh'ch cause
pimples, sallowne6S and other skin
troubles. You can prepare at home
an Inexpensive, beneficial tonic as
j follows: Dissolve one-half cup sugar j
land one ounce kardene in one-half!
cint alcohol, then add hot water to I
years ago. i want you to try aj
creara-jeuy tnai i nave iouna very
nne ror clearing up a dam, rougn, i nesday
wrinkled skin. You can make it Mrs Susan cooper, who has been
yourself by dissolving an ounce of ; vigiting her daughter. Mrs. Andreen.
almozoin in cne-half pint of cold wa-; left fcr pennSylvania Thursday,
ter; then add two teaspoonfuls of, Dr. and Mr8. Andreen left Thurs
glycerlne. stir and let stand over ; day evening for a few days' visit In
night before using. Apply thia to . Chicago.
your face and you will soon find Mr- and Mrg Elwood rjothwell en,
those large, dirt collecting pores tertained a crowd of young folks at
smaller, your blackheads and wrink- a summer sunset party.
les gone and your complexion smooth j Misa Josle chinberg is the new
and clear. As a skin beautifier I j assistant at tbe poatofflce.
have never seen its equal and I know
you will like it. j Notice.
. , "T- ; Public notice is hereby given thai
Betty: A simple paste made with ; a 6p-eclal meeting of the atoekhold
powdered delatone and water will j erg of the streckfu3 steamboat Line
rid your face of those unsightly company will be held on the 17th
hairs. Get an ounce of delatone day of Junef A. D. 19u, at the
from the druggist and with a little j hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., at No. 39
water mix some to form a paste, j state bank building ln . the city of
icen spreaa on nairy sunace ana
ter remaining two or tnree minutes
rub off and wash the skin. Delatone
costs a dollar an ounce, but it does
the work quickly.
May: Faded blonde hair can be
restored to Its former gloss and bril
liancy if you shampoo with canthrox,
rinse and dry, and then wash with
marlax tea. rinse again and dry.
You will find marlax quite harmless,
but 1 soon changes streaky, faded
blonde hair to Its former rich shade
and Mrs. Kate June of Big Springs,
Neb. The funeral was held today.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Osborn and daugh
ter left Thursday for Rock Island.
They will take a trip along the Illinois
river and spend, a few weeks In Wis
consin before their return.
Mrs. T. S. Plttenger and daughter
Vira left Wednesday for Springfield,
Mo., having been called there by the
illness of Mrs. Pittenger's father.
Harry Metcalf and Joe Barr went to
Rock Island Friday for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. x B. F. Culllson and
daughter, Mrs. C. Hamilton, went to
Rock Island Friday for a short stay.
A din Guthrie left Friday for Rapids
City, I1L, to visit friends.
Mrs. Brewster of Minneapolis, Minn.,
arrived here .Thursday evening to visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Mrs. Alma-RIvett returned to Aledo
Thursday from a visit in Rock Island
and left in thcevening for her home in
L. B. Willits and son James were
visitors in the tri-cities Saturday.
C. M. Rader and daughter, Miss
Opal, went to Rock Island Saturday for
a visit with relatives.
Mrs. P. Rlngdall returned Saturday
from a visit with her sisters in Bur
lington. Miss Eleanor Harney left Saturday
for Urbana to nend a week attending
the commencement exercises of the
John Spear of Riverside, N. M., is
visiting at the home of Joseph Harney
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Middaugh and
daughter of Princeton, who have been
here visiting Mr. Middaugh's parents,
left Saturday for their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon McWhorter and
sons left Saturdays for Watervliet,
Mich., for a short visit, after which
they will go to Ripley, N. Y., for a
visit with relatives.
The members of the Woman's Home
Missionary society went over the in
terurban Friday to the home of Mrs.
W. H. Clark, east of Aledo, to hold
their annual picnic, which closes the
meetings for this summer. About 50
attended the picnic.
Mrs. Beam and daughter of Ana
mosa, Iowa, arrived here Friday to
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Prof, and Mrs. Clark left Sunday for
Grinnell, Iowa, to spend their summer
The young people of the United Pres
byterian church held a moonlight pic
nic at the home of Miss Dora Giebrich
on Friday evening.
Levi Lewis and daughter, Miss Faye,
returned .Friday from Chicago, after a
stay of a few days.
Mrs. F. Mills of Cleveland, Ohio, ar
rived here on Saturday evening to
visit Mrs. Mary Derr and daughter for
The Aledo band and about 40 of the
college endowment fund workers went
to Joy on Friday evening and held an j
open air meeting in the interests of
William and Vasbti college. The work !
cf organization in Millersburg town
ehip has begun, and already a number
of donations have been made.
About 30 from the O. E.
Abo"t 30 from the O. E. S. chap
rjr anf Mra
from Rock Isand ln tnelr auto Wed.
ai-jRock Tfiiana hl, for the purpose of
considering the following questions
1. Changing the name of said cor
poration to Streckfus Steamboat
2. Increasing the number of di
rectors of said corporation from
three to five.
3. Electing two directors ln case
the proposition to increase the num
ber of directors is adopted.
jsoara oz xrectora,
Park Not Accepted. After accepting
Prospect park from the Tri-CIty Rail
way company by ordinance some three
months ago the city now refuses to
keep the gift unless certain particulars
regarding the transaction are attended
to at once by the donors. Acceptance
of the park was by the old city coun
ell, but Commissioner Clark G. Ander
son yesterday presented a resolution
asking that the city refuse the park
until all debt has been removed from
the property. Investigation shows that
there is a $1,400 judgment standing
against lot 2 of the park, and also there
are taxes and other incumbrances list
ed against some of the realty included
as part of the park tract According to
terms of the ordinance by which the
park was accepted there were to be
no Incumbrances outstanding against
the land at the time of acceptance.
Commissioner Anderson also called at
tention to the fact that no abstract of
title accompanied the deed which has
been tendered to the city by the rail
New Cemetery Board. Five new
members will appear at the first meet
ing of the cemetery board when it
convenes, but one member of the old
board having been reappointed by
Mayor Carlson. George Reimers suc
ceeds himself on the new board for a
one-year term. New members: i wo-
year term, George W. Johnson ; one-
year term, George Relmers, Ernest
Carlmark, J. A. Schaible. Retiring
members of the board are Charles Gold
stein, Emil Coleman, C. L. Carlton, A.
H. Kohler, and Peter Ingleson.
Under Peace Bond. George West an!
Philip Hoenig, living in the vicinity of
Eighth avenue and Forty-third street,
aired their troubles in police court yes
terday. West asked that Hoenig be
placed under peace bonds, asserting
that Hoenig had threatened to shoot
him. State's Attorney Magill was call
ed In the case and Attorney Frank Lan
dee represented the defendant. After
hearing the evidence Police Magistrate
Gustafson placed Hoenig under $100
peace bonds. The life of the bond is
Woman Ordered Out of City. Miss
Mary Joseph was arrested at midnight
Saturday near Second street and Third
avenue. She was not conducting her
self with decorum and a police officer
thought that a rest in .the city lockup
would benefit her. She was arraigned
on a disorderly conduct charge, to
which she pleaded guilty. She was
fined $11.80, which she paid. She also
promised to leave the city. '
Answer In Two Weeks. Rev. A. F.
Bergstrom, pastor at the Tabor Luth
eran church in South Chicago, who has
been extended a call to the pastorate
of the Swedish Lutheran church in this
city, preached two sermons 'iere Sun
day. Mr. Bergstrom has not reached
a decision relative to taking up the
work in the local field. "I am yet un
decided what I will do. I will return
home and give the matter careful
thought and then make a decision.
Within two weeks J will let the church
know what I intend to do."
Obituary Record. John Sandberg.
for years employed as a molder by the
Union Malleable Iron company, died in
Los Angeles, Cal., where he had gone
to benefit his health. Mr. Sandberg's
health had been failing since last July,
and it was thought that he would find
Many a mother has learned of a way
cf avoiding sickness in her family, es
pecially among the children, by the
jse of a free sample bottle of the fa
mous laxative. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. This, offer of the doctor's to
send a free sample bottle has been re
sponded to by thousands of women
n all parts of America.
This Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is a
truly wonderful laxative and especially
adapted to the needs of babies and
:hJldren beeause it is pleasant to taate
ind no child will refuse It. Then, it is
nlid and never snipes. It la all that
. child's remedy should be, tbough it is
i g-ood laxative for tbe whole family
aecause it la effective at all aces. It
m almply not dyaamie like salts, pills
ind powerful cathartics, which should
lot be given to children anyway.
Nine times out of ten when a child
lomplafna and you don't know exactly
what is the matter with it. it need a
laxative its bowles are constipated.
3yrup Pepsin will correct the trouble,
tone up the child and soon it will be
rell again over night wonderful re
mits have been secured with fir run
Tou can buy it of any druggist at
Ifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the lat
:er being the family slse, but you are
nvlted to make a test of it first at the
lector's expense. Send him your ad
ire a today and be will send you a free
sample bottle direct to your home.
Then when satisfied buy It of your fav
Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the
purchase of his remedy ends his Mi
ration. He has specialised in stomach,
Jver and jpowel diseases for over forty
rears and will be pleased to give the
eader any advice on the aublect frM
f charge. All are welcome to write
llm. Whether for the medical advice
ir tne rree aaoipis address him Dr.
w. ts. caiaweu. sal
relief on the western coast. Accom
panied by his wife, he departed for
California during the holidays. Mr.
Sandberg was a resident of this city
for a number of years. He was 51
years old. He lived at 1418 Ninth
street. He leaves his widow and one
daughter, Miss Edna, who joined her
parents about six weeks ago. He also
has one son, Arnold, in this city. The
body will be brought here for burial.
Margaret, infant daughter of John
Neneth, 1523 Second avenue, died yes
terday. East Irloline
Larkin Sandidge returned Sunday
from a few days' visit with relatives
at Vermont. IU.
Edgar Packard of Berlin, Wis., visit
ed his sister, Mrs. GrJint Fair, last
Swan Peterson and daughter Helm
left Friday evening for Chicago to at
tend the funeral of the former's broth
The young girls of the Methodist
Sunday school gave an ice cream so
ciable Friday evening on the lawn at
the home of their teacher, Mrs. W. 1.
Margaret Sackville is visiting
friends in Ottawa.
Mr. and Mrs. Young and daughters.
Carolyn and Edith, arrived from Da
catur Thursday evening. Mr. Youug
will open a new clothing store on the
east side of Dr. Johnson's building.
Melvina and Dorothy Welts of Car
bon Cliff spent Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. J. R. Willey.
Mrs. John Dormady and Miss Frae
da Zude went to Sherrard Tuesday
to visit their parents.
Miss Alice Martin is spending a
week of her vacation visiting frlen'ii
in the country ln Zuma.
Mrs. G. F. Johnson is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell and
son have returned from a visit at Peo
Miss Florence Carlson of Geneseo is
making her home with Mrs. Sarah
Mrs. Roberts and son of Alexis are
visiting e.t the home of Mr. and Mr.
Miss Lois Stultz left Saturday for a
1 visit with relatives at Clinton, Iowa.
Mrs. M. S. Martin and daughter
Florence left Saturday evening for a
visit at Adrian, Mich. Florence wiil
remain all Bummer and Mrs. Martin
will return m about a week.
Miss Lillian Stultz departed Tues
day for an extended visit with friends
on a ranch In South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhadden and
daughter ora left Saturday for New
York. They will visit Niagara Fail
and several other places of interest on
the way and will sail Wednesday on
the Bteamer Cincinnati for England.
The members of the Helping HaniJ
society enjoyed a picnic on Campbell's
island last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell have as
guests at their home John Ran son ad
Mr. and Mrs. Roy R ad dock of Anna-
Fred Hartline and family are enjoy
ing a visit from Louis M. Hartline of
Hugh Phelps has returned home
from a visit at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Mrs. John Kyle arrived home from
a brief visit with relatives at Beatrice,
Neb. Her neice, Margaret Kyle, came
home wKh her to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell have re
turned from a two weeks' visit at
J. Ashaford recently had as a guest
his sister, Mrs. M. T. Thielm and
daughter of Aurora.
Miss Carrie Blank enf eld t has re
turned home from a visit with rela
tives at Geneseo.
Mrs. David Stout entertained the
members of the Willing Workers of
the Baptist Sunday school last Tues-
Do roa know that Baking Powder
nnderKoes a chemical reaction in the
process of baking which entirely changes
nature oC tbe original substance t It's a fact.
of the ere test authorities on Chemistry in
fonnd that a loaf of bread made from a
leavened with Cream of Tartar Baking
45 grains more Roc-all Salts than is contained in
one Sedlitz Powder.
Remember, this drug was not In the can. It was formed by the
chemical reaction that took place ia baking.
Tbat is why so many baking powders which produce Impurities in the
baking can be advertised as - absolutely pare." it nay pure "
but it is not necessarily pure in the food.
CALUMET is absolutely free from every impurity. Food leavened with it contains
no Tartaric Acid, Rochelle Salts, Alum. Lime or Ammonia. ItU chemically correct.
CALUMET is the only high-grade baking powder sold at a moderate price. Do
not confuse it with the cheap and big can kinds, or the high-priced Trust brands.
It stands alone.
Ask your Grocer lor and insist on having
A SAFE BANK
The first and most important consideration in the
investment of money is the reliability of the bank
in which it is to be deposited, and the success of a
bank and safety of funds deposited depends upon
the judicious administration of the bank's affairs.
The officers of this good strong bank are practical
bankers of wide experience and the directors are
selected men of high financial standing who have
extensive interests throughout the city and sur
rounding country. The policy of the bank is as lib
eral as is consistent with security. ..
4 Interest Paid on Savings
Rock Island Savings
1721 Second Ave
H. S. Cable, pres.; H. P. Hall, v.
A. L. Lln'dstrom, cashier; H. E.
Capital and surplus .
Undivided profits .
day evening at her home. Refresh
ments were served after the business
Waldo McKinley and mother, Mrs,
G. F. McKinley are visiting at Maren
go and Victor, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. R'. Walsh entertained
the Thursday Night club when the
prizes were all "carried off by Mes
dames Rock and .Pennell and Messrs.
Roach and Gillespie. .
Tom Morrison has moved his family
here, having purchased the property
on Seventh street.
Mrs. Mamie Wolf is entertaining
her sister. Miss Callie Crawford of
A. Fuller fts ln the hospital at Pe
orla, having sustained a broken leg as
the result of being in a railroad wreck
at that place last Monday.
The Willing Workers' club "recently
elected Helen Peterson president.
Edith JohnBon secretary, and Nuela
Mrs. William Corbin who has bee"
ill many months is very much improv
ed in health.
Harper House Pharmacy Bells Ml
o-na the Money Back Core.
Indigestion will not long trouble
you if you put your faith in Ml-o-na
Taken after meals Ml-o-na stops
heaviness, sourness, belching of gas,
or heartburn in five minutes.
It is guaranteed to cure Indiges
tion and build up the stomach, or
money back. It cured Mrs. Klumpp,
it will cure you. Read:
"One year ago I was cured of a
severe stomach trouble by tbe use
of Ml-o-na. My food fermented and
soured, causing gas and a nauseous
condition. I could not eat and be
came weak, depressed, and was sick
about six weeks. Doctoring without
success I was advised to try Ml-o-na.
I received relief from uting the first
box and .continuing, I used four in
all, and was cured. There is noth
ing too strong for me to say in favor
of Ml-o-na. It cures where other
remedies and doctors fall." Mrs.
William Klumpp East Edgetown,
Sold by the Harper house phar
macy and druggists everywhere at
SO cents a large box. Write to
Booth's Ml-o-na, Buffalo, N. for
free trial treatment.
Received highest award
World's Pure Food Ex.
position, Chicago, 1907.
Rock Island, III.
pre; P. Greenawalt, v. pres. ;
Sudlow, assistant cashier.
: .. . $200,000.00
, $2,400 OOO.OO
Kansas Woman Helpless. .
Lawrence, Kan. Mr. J. F. Stone
of this .city, says. "My wife suffered
for ten years from womanly troubles
during two years of which she was
totally helpless. She was examined
by many physicians, some of whom
gave her up to die. Finally she be-,'
gan to take Cardui and Blnce then
has greatly Improved ln health. The
tonic, strengthening and restorative,
effects of Cardui, the woman's tonic,
on the womanly constitution are the
most valuable qualities of this pop
ular medicine. Cardui acts specific
ally on the womanly constitution.,
Half a century of success proves that
Cardui will do all that Is claimed for
D. F. EMERICK
605 Tenth Street. '
Excavating and Grading
Concrete and brick walks laid and
Call West 1833-Y.
BUT THE EATING
Why spend these days ln ths
kitchen baking bread when we
bake nice fresh bread and de
liver it at your door every
MATH'S BREAD .
Is Ju-t as nice as can bs, la
fact it is Just the same as home
made with tbe half days' work
preparing it cut out. Fresh
cakes of all kinds are always
found at our place.
Both ; Fbonea.
1710-1718' Second Avenue.
Try some of our fruit wafers
and fmlt bon bo tut, 20c and
25c Jie pound.