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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
MONDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1911.
Exhibition of Aeroplane Flying
V at Suburban Proves En
BIG CROWDS SEE BIRDMEN
Chug of Motors Is Plainly Heard!
; Wheu They Fix Over This City I
Ely WeU Received.
Some splendid flights were made
yesterday and Saturday at the avia
tion exhibition at Suburban island by
the two Curtiss aviators. Eugene Ely I
nd John Walsh. About a dozen as
cent were made and every trip
through the air proved a thriller for the
crowds which assembled at the island
to witness the exhibition. Yesterday
Ely made two trips with passengers,
taking his wife up on oik- occasion
and "Pete" Peterson, a former com
.patrlot In auto racing in the other.
No records were broken during th
two-day meet but every fight was
successful and demonstrated the re
liability of the Curtiss biplane. Al
though constantly chided and cau
tioned by their wives, both aviators
did enough of their famous feats of
daring to show that the stories of
Their prowess as birdmen were based
OIVKX A RECEPTION.
Ely, who will be remembered as
having made the first flights ever at
tempted in this vicinity at Kock Is
land las fall. is a
product. Me was given an ovation
whenever he returned from the
clouds. Saturday night he was the
guest of honor at a banquet at the
Commercial club on which occasion
he mas the recipient of a gold watch
from his many admirers.
Practically all of the flights were
plainly visible from this city espe
cially from the hills to the rear.
Many people witnessed them from
Long View park yesterday afternoon
Several times the aviators flew close
to the city and the chugging of their
motors could be heard plainly.
MISS HOOD IS PRESIDENT
Chicajroan, I hocn Ireident of tbe
Illinois W. '. T. I'.
Pontine. III.. Oct. Miss Helen L.
Hood of Chicago, formerly correspond
ing secretary of the Illinois Woman's
Christian Temperance union, was
elected president of that organization
here by a large majority over rive
other contestants for the office. The
report of the credential committee an 1
the report of departments by superin- :
tpndents were giveai. Reports of county '
preeldent were presented and npeech- ;
es were delivered by Mrs. Amanda!
Millhouse. state superintendent of.
prison and reformatory departments.,
and also bv John Whitman, superinten-j
dent of the house of correction of Chi-;
cago. The other offlcerd elected were: :
, Vice president. Mrs. Mary E. Kuhl.
Chicago; corresponding secretary;
Mies Apha Marshall. Abingdon: record
lug secretary; Mrs. Etta Root Ed
wards. Pinckney ville; treasurer, Mr5.
L.. Belle Goodman. Champaign; auditor,
Miss Ingram Mace. Bloomington.
, Is t"e World Growing Better?
Many things go to prove that it is.
The way thousands are trying to help
others is proof. Among them is Mrs.
W. ,W. Gould of PitUfleld. N. H. Find-
lng good health by taking Electric
Bitters, she now advises other suf-tbey
ferers everywhere to take them. r'For
years I suffered with stomach and kid
ney trouble,- she writes. "Every medi
cine I used failed till I look Electric
Bitters. But this great remedy helped
me wonderfully. They'll help any wo
man. They're the best tonic and fin
est liver and kidney remedy that's
made. Try them. YouH see. 50 cents
at all druggists.
Clean b3ifcrccsn tel ppes !
2m! sf2li iTiHi
To keep bath tub and Lavc
tory snow white to .keep
: metal pipes, fixture and tap 2
, brightly burnished to purify
'cietal bowl there's nothing
Icn ecrth like G& Dast. G?li
fastis the greet solitary clesr
iser, because it rtezUlzesxfhilz
it cleans, and drives out every
? germ-and hidden impurity.
p Other prcductz may clean
"the surface Cold Dtit clean
ces to the be item.
t Aid b heaping teazpoonful
cf Geld DU2l, tc c peil et water
and ycu are ready to prove
ac'.i !a C al:s
Two Hundred American Wertz Heirs at
The Wertz Family association is the t
ti'le given to the new organization
founded bv the Wertzes at the New !
Hamcr Saturday afternoon, with an
idea to perpetuate the pleasant rela-i
tionship enjoyed at the reunion, to x
compl-t" the Wertz genealogy, and t
last, but not least, to recover the Wertz i
fortune. The following officers were ;
Ettelle Ryan Sny-
Fiist Vice President Willard
Wertz. Lincoln. Neb.
Second Vice President lee Potter
riehi. Valley Park. Mo.
Third Vice President C.
Fort Smith. Ark.
Secretary - Treasurer William J.
Corresponding Secretary George
Wertz. Aledo. 111.
Assistant Corresponding Secretary
MissCoia Hosselton, Millersburg. Iowa.
Three Boys Thrown Into Cold
Waters of Rock River While
. Hunting for DUCKS.
, , . , .
RECOIL OVERTURNS BOAT
All Fire in l"nion When Game Makes
Sudden pB'aiain Two of
I .!. I liable to Swim.
Through the heroic efforts of Ru
dolph Watkins, Archie Tyler and a
companion, all of Silvis. were saved
from a watery grave in Rock river,
near Carbon Cliff, Saturday after
noon when their boat tipped over.
The boys were hunting and when
spied a flock of ducks, all fired j
in unison, the recoil from their guns
being so great as to tip the boat j
completely over and immersp them!
in the icv waters of the river. But '
one or tne Jans, young
nf th- laHa vr..,T,cr Wntl-irn
could swim, and in a battle to sae
his companions. he became so ex-;
hausted that he nearly lost his ovn!
life, and was barely able to cliDg to!
TH O I !M AHI.K TO SWIM. I
The accident occurred about 4 '
o'clock in the afternoon. The boys
rowed their boat a little below I
where the channel is very swift. The'
sudden appearance of a big flock of
ducks so excited them that they all
fired at once from the same side of
j the boat. The recoil from the three
guns was terrific, throwing the hunt-
ers backward into the water and
overturning the boat. Watkins.
. .t, A,-,- nf h i a
nrMHMInt the CTave danger of his
companions, who conld not swim. !
righted the boat and then started to
the aid of the other boys who were!"
f.-ntto hr thu time ,
I'VDER TV4.TKH TVV1CF
One boy was gotten to
t ur I'uai
safely, but when Tyler was reached
he had gone down for the second j
m- vt.-ii v7kin. anrroached
time. When vatalns approached i
htm throw hl arms around his
him h threw his arms around his
r..er. rfraeein him to the bottom I
and rendering hira almost .helpless.
Watkins. with rare presence of mind, i
strurk T)ler on the head, rendering
him unconscious and was barelr able
to get him to tne Doat. Me tnen nung,
to the skiff himself. - so exhausted j
that he could not
' Jl t
The boys returned !
to the spot
yesterdar afternoon tOjK.
drag the river for their lost guns. .
Rn.FnnT WHALE AGROUiynrennlngton; Miss Richards. 417 Eigh- j
HelpWs on rWtnd and Teople i
Walk Around It. '
Ocean City, N. J.. Oct" 3, Hun-1
dreds of persons gathered at the ;
beach yesterday to watch the vain ,
struggles of a whale 80 feet lor.g .
i which stranded on the beach and wag ;
unable to esraf e. By noon the whait
nil out bare on the sands, so that !
j the pecxiie could walk around it. It.
is a oiac cowneaa, a true nortnern.
Advisory Board Williard W. Wertz. j
ville. Ohio: B.
Paul D. Wertz. Zanes-i
F. Wertz, Broken Ar- j
row. Okla-: James W. Wertz, Grand .
Junction. Iowa, and John W. Wertz, I
Stuart, Neb. t'.ons censuring M. A. wertz or vasn-
The entire matter of looking up theiington. D. C, copies of which are to
fabled fortune was placed in the : be sent to Presidnnt Taft and other
hands of Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and the men high up. There was also a gen-
' advisory board, but before any real ac-1
iiion towards recovering the fortune is
! taken an opportunity is to be given to
yll th members of the Wertz family
'and their relatives to enroll in the as-!
: sociation. on payment of $1. As soon
as the roster is complete, a meeting ! ouent to the organization of the asso
H. Wertz, j of the officers and advisory board is i ciatiou, different Wertz business men
j to be called in Chicago, when an at-1 were called upon to express their opin-
torney will be secured to go over to ;
Germany and look up the original will i
, and. important papers necessary to val -
i idate the claim. A constitution and
(by - laws were drawn up in the rough,
' but have not been completed Meet-j
sperm whale. High tide was about STlrt M a If nftlMOO circle also has done much general
o'clock. The whale stranded at i ! I lm 1 1 A Y KHllSiliS charity work and in this way has ex
o'clock and although the water wasj fiW U It I USIIllUw pended $200. The circle also con
deeper after that it could not pt AfftTf"& nPTil R IIU tributed to the keep of the horse for
away. i H! IS IE Tl I ffl I- TH A t,,e 'siting nurse and paid for the
I u.iv o hnmo nf T?lr'ir wttib
Buy a home of Reitiy Bros.
KerleT Rug company, cleaners.
TriCity Towel Supply company
For express, call Spencer & Trefz. I
Xcon day lunch at Rock Island !
House cafe. 2j cents. i
Fine luuch served daily at Roek la- j
land House cafe. 25 cents.
Let William JohaBcn do your tin and j
furnace work; 1316 Third avenue. j
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and j
furnace work; 1526-152S Fourth ave-
Kindling wood at the Rock Island !
Sand & Gravel company. Old phone j
Johu Pech's 'adies- tailoring estab- I
lisbment has been remove' from i
lS12'a Second avenue to the Math I
The dance anuouue-d bv Camp S3, expei ted to make the total over the
W. O. W.. for Oct. 1U at the Elks hali!$, l)"" mark- ' Moline the collec-
nad l,epn indefinitely postponed on ae
CUUm OI III- UeUUl Ol Olie OI US lUeill
Advertised List No. 41.
Following is a list of letters remain
iiig uncalled for in the post office at
Rock Island for the week ending Oct.
7. 1311: Hugo Ahhjuist. Mrs. Clara
Abramson. William Adamson. Miss
i Cora Bennett. Mrs. J. Drown. !uis
Bennett. Omen Bechtel. Leon Blancke.
William H. Biteler. William Beil.
Thomas Bledsoe. Frank Bourne, Wil-
liam C. Beescn. Joseph Berewicz. Law-
i reuce Brad&haw. John Beckett. Georg? ,
' Bell. Harrold Beard. William Bishop
! Mrs. Maria Boyd. J.
M. Bunscher, We!-
ar-jdcn Blbop. John Calunn. Thomas J.
' Connell y . Oscar De S chinkle. Fe! ix Do-
Muynck. Gustaf David. Louis Deavy.
Raymond Dezy. Michael Donlian. Ed-i
num"B- June. --K.-r, ,
Kmma uavis. Harry A. sobers. Her-;'"
iniu rmurit,i,riiiuR i iru'iijtr. v. inn- ri
Mary Geeraman. William Hunt. A.
Hamilton. Paul Hinruhsen. Clarence
H"ff81: - Charles Harris. Wil iam In-
Twi.t. I t,,,..
Jtam. Miss Jesuie Jones. Olaf Jackson.
Alr1n -'aoobson. George Kettering. Carl
1W - -rhn Lupke, John La-ick. James
Ijew,s William A. Love. Charles Lan-
Gcr - tcn .J-ama. cnaries i-ootens, i.r.;
nest Ix'rch. Joseph R. Ie. Omar L i
I I f - .wi T .-h T-k IM I
Inward McEllece. John Mark. Camila
.iiauuil, iiai I i - ,..i ., , ii.iiiiri .nil-
chell. Jacob McNeal. Frank Matthews.;.
K. Morrison. E. K. McCord. Min '
Orpha McMIllIn. Miss Gertrude
Coughla. tFamuel Pearce. Dr. S. G.
teer.th ftreet; Mrs. L. E. Rees. C. B. ;
Kobics. Rock Island Medical company, j
w Sln!h. Fred Smith. George Swa-1
"r. Mr". T. Stone t2. Mrs. John;
Stevenson. D. W. Steck, Mrs. Dan j
Shyenn. Mrs. Ida -Tracy. Thomas ,
Philip Wslzenbach, Thelma j
vv alien, Mlts Anna Wood. - . a al-,
wight. Miss May locts'er. . L.
Young. Foreign: Etnil Fninson. Mrs. j
Tracy. HUGH A. J. M'DON ALD, i
Their First Reunion. Held in Rock Island
ings are to be held every year the sec-J
in October, although the '
place of meeting will be determined ;
later by the official body. The officers
met Sunday noon and drew up resolu-j
eral understanding that Mrs. Snyder
j would be reimbursed for the funds
; which she has expended in behalf of
At the conclusion of Mrs. Snyder's
I speech Saturday afternoon, and subse-
ion as to the advisability of pressing
the claim against the Holland govern- j
jrnem, and they were all unanimous in
j the belief that the money, was there ;
land that they wanted to fight, for it.
When Lee Potterfield of St. Louis slat-
Amounts Raised in This City
and Moline Saturday Are
3 nirL: n - x j
Hut -Nearly Everybody Uexii'b
ChII of Charity Had Weather
in .Morning Hurt.
The reports from the ion girls and
t women who sold tasis on the streets
Saturday in the interest of liethanv !
home, show that over SI unit was col-
lected. When the books were closed
Saturday night the total collections
turned in amounted to $'.uil. There is
considerable money which is still in
jlhe hands of the collectors and this is
. i Hons were almost identical witn those
j in Rock Island and the tag day will
(net about $2.iHn for the home.
M IMMIHT moui: . i:f.ii
j In the opinion of those in chari;e of
I the arrangements and the sale, more
j people donated this year than ever be
j fore but the amounts were not so
I large. l-nst year there were several
donations of considerable size which
materially boosted the total and this
year these were lacking. The incle
ment morning also held down the to
tal, few of the workers getting cu on
the streets until after S o'clock. On
the whole, however, the sale of tacs
was very satisfactory.
HELPERS' CIRCLE ANNUAL.
THE HELPERS CIRCLE OF
King's Daughters held the first meet-
"L, T. - , h'itv.
annual meeting. Saturday afternoon !
at the home of Mrs. J. R. Tuckis,
1201 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
Reports of the various officers were
(shown the splendid work that has
received and by theee reports was
been done by the circle. The spe
cial work which the circle has un
dertaken is the care of tubercular
patients who are in need of assist
ance and along this line the Daugh
ters have done a splendid work. For
fc f con8umpt,ve during the
vpar ,5S: ha. been snent.
.1. , . ...
tn fl Inrltlrtlni tn 1 1 ir a c r a
wearlni ariMr(,i erocevies and'd
, ,.,, , frt AVervthin I
Me-ithat the afnicted mlKht need. The1" of tte Sr007n aBl le'f.e DIiou serv
. ill .fani'lr. igll
Try "WHIZ" today. ' Flno for
kiictim and bathroom tour
ir.g. iTfmlum coupon In can.
Ail deairra, lOe.
by Blakslee, Rock Island.
ed that a prominent lawyer of 6t.
Ixiuis had agreed to either verify or
disprove the claim, for
' Writing letters does no good. We have
got to send an incorruptible man across
the pond to look it up. and we have got
to pay his expenses. It cannot be done
for $200. If you are going to do it, do
About 150 were present, and all ex
pressed the sentiment that they had
had the best time of their lives. One
peculiar feature of the reunion was
the case of two Pennsylvania brothers,
who had lived on farms only seven
miles apart, and previous to the meet
ing had not seen one another for 42
years. Sunday morning the entire
party engaged a special car from the
Tri-City Railway company and made a
sight-seeing tour of the three cities
The greater part of them had left for
their homes by 7 o'clock last night.
hiring of an assistant to the visiting
nurse during those times when the
visiting nurse had more than she
could tend to. The funds for
carrvinc on the work have been rais-
i ed by the annual tag day," the selling
j of Red Cross stamps and by individ
j ual giving. The work is carried on
in a quiet, unostentatious wav and
SMALL! the good accomplished is great. The
I election of officers who will serve the
coming year resulted in the follow
ing being chosen.
deader Miss Mary Entrikin.
Vice Leader Mrs. C. C. Carter.
Second Vice Leader Mrs. A. De
Assistant -Mrs. W. J. Sweeney.
Secretary Miss Loui.e
Mrs. I. S. White.
Treasurer Mrs. J.
The business session was followed
by a social hour and the hostess serv
The state convention of King's!
Daughters will be held at Greenfield,
111., Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day of next week.
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF i
the approaching marriage of Esley E. j
Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George i
W. Johnson of Moline and Miss Meta
Sieeel of Champaign, 111., the wedding
to take place Wednesday, Oct. 25, at;
the bride's home. Miss Siegel is very
popular In her home city and a favor-j
ite with a large circle of friends. She!
attended Oberlin conservatory of mn-j
Ric and is an accomplished mus'c'an.
She has visited it Moline several j
times and made many friends who j
will be very glad to welcome her
when she comes to make her home '.
here. Mr. Johnson 13 connected with !
his father in the Moline Furniture
Works. He is a graduate of tne Irni- j
versity of Illinois, of the ciasa of 1910;
and a member of the Seta Psi frater-?
Verne Richards will serve as best
man to Mr- Johnson and Miss Slegel
win I )r ailt'utiru U J XLIICSI ijriuejl-j
deker of Champaign. Following a j
short trip they will make their home!
win v.. r ' Tr . 1. I r 1.3 t
on College boulevard in Rock Island
where a new home is being erected.
3IISS MINNIE DIXON, DAUGHTER '
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dixon, 1033 !
West Second street, Davenport and ;
I.eo DeSmet of this city were married j
hy Magistrate Louis Roddewig of Dav-!
enport. the ceremony taking place at '
itr" home of th bride's parents Satur-
morning at 10 o'clock. The br!d5 ,
was attended by Mrs. Mary Minne. Bis-1
eu me grwm as dcbi juuji. l ue eu-
j dlnx company Included 20 relatives!
and friends and the ceremony was fol-1
Ilowedfby a wedding JJreak fast. Sat-i
urday ve&lng a n?teptlon and ball ;
was hld at 2227 Firth avenue which I
a large number of i
will make thin city i
COLLECIATE ALUMNAE MEETING.
TJiE IUJNOIS-IOWA BRANCH OFj
the Collegiate Alumnae association '
held the monthly meeting Saturday-i
afternoon at the home of Mrs. McCaul.
ey at Atkinson, 111., a goodly number
of the members from the tri-cities at
tending. Miss Entrikin of Mollue gave
an interesting account of her settle
ment work in connection with the As
sociated Charities. Plans for the fur
ther enlarging of the association mem
bership as advocated by the general
association were discussed. The gener
al association will hold its annual
meeting in New York, Oct. 25 and
Mrs. T. B. Davis of the local chapter is
a delegate to this convention.
FOR COLONEL AND MRS BLUNT.
COLONEL. AND MRS. STANHOPE
E. Blunt, formerly of Rock Island ar
senal, now of Springfield, Mass., ar
senal, and now the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Ficke in Davenport, were
honored with two social functions in
Davenport Saturday. In the afternoon
Mr and Mrs. S. D. Ficke gave a re
ception from 4 to 6 o'clock to tri city
friends, and in the evening Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Ficke gave a dinner for
the popular former commandant and
Mrs. Blunt. This afternoon from I to
6 Colonel and Mrs. Blunt are the
guests of honor at a tea given by the
Rock Island arsenal golf club at the
REV. I. O. NOTHSTEIN AT THE
parsonage of Grace Lutheran church,
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock offici
ated at the marriage of Miss Margaret
Murry of Tipton, Iowa, to Herman C.
Schroeder also of Tipton. They were
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles
H. Wreck. Mr. Schroeder is a carpen
ter and the home will be in Tipton.
HELEN MILLS CIRCLE.
THE HELEN MILLS CIRCLE OF
Broadway Presbyterian church will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at the home of Miss Bessie
Lockhart, 108 Fifth avenue. Moline. It
is the desire of the circle that all mem
O. E. S. SEWING CIRCLE.
T5HE O. E. S. SEWING CIRCLE
will meet at tlie home of Mrs. Amanda
Reynolds, 2539 Fifth avenue, tomorrow
afternoon. The members are asked to
DANCE AT REYNOLDS. j
THE REYNOLDS DANCING CLT B
announces a dancing party at Reynolds j
hall the evening of Oct. 12.
PULL OFF A BOUT
Out on an Island in the Mississippi!
Were Scared Away h'l-om the
About noon yesterday the sher
iff's office received a tip that a prize
fight was going to be pulled off down
the river near the Oil Cloth works
and immediately the entire force got
on the job and beat it out there to
stop the scrap. After scouring the
country in that vicinity until dark
they were unable to locate the pugi
lists, who were too foxy to be appre
hended. A fight was pulled off, however, on
Mandell's island, the principals be
ing Peanuts Schieberl and Young j
Souders. The latter was pretty bad-'
ly hammered and had the worst of
it all the way. No details of the bout
could be secured.
WINNERS OF ARGUS'
PUZZLE CONTEST TO BE
Original Question With Correct An
swers for Same t He Printed
in tlie Same Issue.
The Argus' puzzle contest, judging
from the great number of replies re
ceived has created a lively interest
and it is a task to carefully read the
many replies. The contest was an
nounced with the idea of interesting
our readers in advertising and tlie
results show that the "ads" are read.
The complete list of answers togeth
er with the original questions will
be printed in tomorrow evening's
Argus and also a list of the prize
winners who may spnire their prizes
by calling at The Argus business of
fice. It is in time of sudden mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's IJniment
can he relied upon to take the place of
the family doctor, who cannot always
be found at ihe moment. Then it is
that Chamberlain's Liniment is nevrr
found wanting. In cases of sprains,
cu's, wounds and bruises Chamber
lain's Liniment takes out the soreness ;
and drives away the pain. Sold by all j
Sold by All
LOCAL YOUTH IS
HAZED AT COLLEGE
Harry Mosenfelder Forced to
Perform on Vaudeville
Stage of Ann Arbor.
WITH FACE BLACKENED
Is One of a Doren Frexhic Who Are
Captured by Members of tlie
Special Corrffspondnc of Th Arru
Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct. 7. A dozen
freshmen were hazed here last night
by some upper classmen. On of the
victims was Harry Mosenfelder of Rock
Island. Mosenfelder was leaving the
university hall after attending the matt
meeting, a preliminary to today's Michigan-Case
football game. He was
snatched from his companions, Joe
Kelly and Sewall D. Collins of Rock Is
land, by the sophomores, and with a
dozen other freshmen was escorted to
a shine parlor, where their faces were
painted with sbinola. Then the howl
ing sophs took their captives to a
Greek cafe, where "a catsup shampoo"
TAKEN TO THEATRE.
From here the mob went to the Ma
jestic theatre, a vaudeville house, and
demanded a free show, which the man
ager was compelled to grant in order
to prevent a riot. The students com
pletely filled the large house, includ
ing the standing room, and were enter
tained as a curtain raiser to the main
show by the freshmen, who, with their
coats turned inside out and faces
blackened, presented a comical 'ap
pearance. FORCED TO Slfi.
The fre6hies. with a large green
spotlight showered upon them, sang
"How Green I Am." and "Praises of the
Class of 1914," and others. Mosenfeld
cr was quite In evidence throughout
the performance and made a great hit
with a French song and an original
FRANK G0TCH IN A
(Continued from PBe Three.)
In which most other athletes are lack
ing. W IU!S TI ED IN 2,Mn MATCHES.
The champ has wrestled in over 2,
t'OO matches and has won more falls
in quicker time than any other man
who ever donned the tights. There Is
scarcely a man on earth who can to
day give him more than a comfortable
workout though most of them would
be glad of au opportunity of even be
ing pitted against hint. Irrespective
of the many claims wet forth from time
to time, there is not a man living who
has the ghost of a show of throwing
the Humboldt farmer and should
Golch consent to a match with any of
them, it would be a matter of a few
minutes till it would be over. When
the tour is completed, Cotch will re
tire to private life and he vows today
that he never again will go on the mat.
The pleasant purgative effect experi
enced by all who use Chamberlain'
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the
healthy condition of the body and mind
which they create, makes oue feel joy
ful. Sold by all druggists.
From Thin to Plump J
Ill.-ll tl-.l I Jlllllll' , I 11111 .HIl'l II I-"
to 1'arn tlie h'-arl lhi"h nf il lt rmi
wlili h K-m fi aff'i t ho many yoin x
liriipli-- uh" nri atiiKiirna II IMn. Alfl'i
In kimw that ti" wiljtlil cmi ! fi
t-Hi iiiira.-ii liy tin- 11 , nla 1 I
fur i-viral months, nf tU p:f nl lai I v
nam'! pnpa rat Inn. nnw ulita I na hi if
hr- lii-Nt fill Kii-ia n.- anil a put iiwn r v
slmpK In l-il iiH'kaK'-K with inmpli-ln
lnft rur t loriH fur slf -mlrn ifi li ra tlon.
Stops a headache or acute pain quick
ly. Blackburn's Pain-Away-Pills. Try
iKT TDK II HIT. t'.UJi
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