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THE ROCK IS3LAND AltGUS. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1912.
Vote for William E.-W
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Conditions have arisen in this county
for the election of a State's Attorney with
ability, force and experience.
I do not believe in violence, but stand for a
strict enforcement of the law. -
B am controlled by no cliques or corporations.
I am paying my own campaign expenses
and am under no obligations to any one.
If elected I will be the state's attorney of
and for the whole people of this county.
I respectfully ask for your vote on April 9. My name occupies
the THIRD POSITION on the ballot.
IT A TVT
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! : : i.f die m.t strut on red
li .) 'Mtli ,i clouiSed caue
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t':i- t cstornt ;'ii. nor d.H-n hi odorn
y.v'i lvi.sniii witli flue mectilln lare
ii. i 1 ii'jM :i v, iil.f of (ii-rfumc behind
liit:i us li.- hwnvtriTK along.'all Mail.
i;Ui 'I;.- "pn ttr trlliw" of enrly tJeor
fi...i C::yi-. r.tiyt Imilon Tlt-BH.
I';!.. Ui.'tpa he way cut a less re
f i'-i:Ii'iit tifurf ih:m his predecessors
iu the wxr!d of daudylsm, b Is nons
lUr lens splendid creatore, with
preppr sense of his personal cbarins
thrlr odomment. '
Ills wardrobe In a thing for tbe or
dinary Uian to tnarrcl at and in cosUl
ie nod variety of fin raiment might
make most brides blush (or their trous
eau. His shirts alona ara a wonder in
tbemselrea In their stacked dozens, of
tbe daintiest cambric and many hued
aa Josepb'a coat shirts of fink da In
tily patt?:ue.l llli wlii.p fl:iTvcrs. b:il!
rLirts. bun b'lfls. tf oilvt Krecu and.
u.or; belovetl f nil. of C:ir'ii j.urple.
UN lir.Uiikerclui-fs rr? of thi mt.st
fn.'ilo ar.d Uif itiiuli!c. ca- b bearing
fcW ( I, h; r rrvih-oidered i)i t lie corner in
rsquiMif stitfiitry or iaU-t iu tbe form
of guipure luce. His tie pir.3 dazzle
tbe eye with their peurls of pink and
purpe v.ad black, eatrb a fiawle- aw
costly khci. lils vest tiitt"n for even
ing we.nr. with sUm'.m t:uJ cuff liuki to
uiutcli. are marvels of cuutuelx. Karuets
or mother -of -pearl eimhrininjt rare Jew
els. lie has watches for al! times and sun
sons of wear one for evening, another
for town wear in tlx daytime, a third
for shootluK. a fourth for hnutiog. Mild
so on. And his hv.la una suits In their
Infinite Tariety fur every conceivable,
occasion would make" many a lady of
society preen with envy.
And what shall we say of his cor
sets, which dower bin Cruxe with an
elegant waist, or, if be is no longer
young, of bis array of wigs and tou
peea. eyebrowa and eyelashes, which
jive to sixty or seventy the facial
comeliness of the twenties.
He wears few Jewels, but be has cas
kets full of t bem at home which would
not shame a society belle at the height
of ber career of conquest. And be is a
greater connoisseur of delicate per
fumes than the dandy of Queen Anne's
day. who before be promenaded in tbe
nark deluged himself from flowing pe-
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I f Cm mt Mm mimvm i nil. r mth iimihIIii 4mUm. u4 41
with ! f elderly gentleman of rickety di
gestion who. taking off his overcoat In
a friend's bouse and amelliag haggis
in preparation, remarked, "Eh. but I'll
be bad the mornr Tbe possibility of
refubiug this dish apparently never
dawned upon trim, and In a sturdy aort
of fashion when one la hungry the
recipe certainly sonnds as though the
compound might be fascinating. Here
is tbe recipe:
A pound each of liver, onions, tripe,
suet and cooked pearl barley and balf
a pound of oatmeal, with aalt and
pepper, are put into a sheep's paunch
and slowly boiled for four hours. That
is all in its beautiful simplicity. A
French chef in a stuffy kitchen might
faint at the recipe, but a hungry
Scotchman thinks it Is the tin est dish
on earth. New York World.
ihhim w atjl at Ptrttry tilnrtrt (wtilHi ra tt Hmmm mt th
c 4 W packtnf. iin tram thm (MMy. rbwktac, drrk hlr u sthar
iwnrj LXriXht Mama), u4 nomvm n lMtc W tfc km tutil
J fjO (Like lllostrsHoo In advertisement elsewhere in this issue) J
.nonnMi U Boood in full Limp Leather, flexible, stamped in gold I
" on back and aides, printed on Bible paper, with red edges
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(MtllwABVthe general contents as described elsewhere there are maps 4
im.iwnAi(nd crtr gubiect, beaotifnlly illustrated by , 3
three-color plates, namsroM subjects by monotone, 16 pages of I
valuable charts in two colors, and tM late United states Ccnsns. '
Present at this office six
It is CKactlr taj Mat
u tha K boafc. ex
ecs la ba at7l o
biadic - whick is m
anib all I J n
anj charts are
1 to Dtara ckKfa bind- 2
inc. (tamped in (old 4
ana black 1 ka uat o
trans, but ail
c the col
Aay Baefc br Uafl. X2a Extra (a Peata
rose to frold clnckt-d stoctlnps.
musk, civet or orange Bovrer.
Our modern dandy, however, is more
discriminating aurt less prodigal. lie
affects sachets, carries :i tiny jihlal of
his favorite perfume in his waistcoat
px Let and with a silver sprinkler
sprays his linperte before lie puts It on
.N'or. we may be sure, is he any les3
careful of the beauty of face aud
bauds. In bis dressing room you will
tin l such an array of toilet lotions and
cosmetics as would excite envy iu
many a female breast. Sor is he by
any means content with such home
treatment as pomades and' creams and
toilet waters placed at bis disposal.
He has uU own face specialist, to
whom he pays periodical visits at bo
many jrulneus a time, for steaming,
massaging and other mysterious proc
esses for restoring tbe amooth texture
and tbe complexion of youth.
If he has a tendency to baldness and
the usual lotions fall to stimulate
growth or if be is troubled by hair in
undesirable places be bas recourse to
tbe beauty doctor, who, for a sub
stantial fee. will remove the latter or
induce a luxuriant growth of the
former with the aid of electricity.
The electric spark will equally remove
any pimples with which too generous
living bas disflgnred bis face and (if
massage fails) the wrinkles with which
envious time threatens his youthful-ness.
Our dandy must, of course, pay
regular visits to bis manicurist at a
guinea or more a visit, for he may be
prouder of bis delicate hands and fil
bert nails than any debutante of her
cream and roses. He must also devote
part of every day to physical exercise
under expert guidance in order to
keep his too aolld flesh in decorous
subjection and to retain the aupple and
elegant figure of his younger days.
If be poor a few shillings' worth of
perfume into his mornincr bath, who
shall find fault with such an effeml-iThe New Corn Cure "GETS-IT"
nate extravagance 7 lie can well af
ford it. and, at any rate, cleanliness is
a virtue we cannot cavil at And If
be crowns all this costly care of bis
precious person with an annual month 1
at some foreign spa well, be probably
needs all the help be can get from it
in order to keep his place in the racks
of masculine beauty.
THE TOWNSHIP TICKET
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtis3, Dwlght.
Kan. He writes: I not only have
cured bad cases of ecsema in my pa
tients with Electric Bitters, but also
cured myself by them of the same dis
ease. 1 feel sure they will benefit any
case of ecsema." Thia shows what
thousands have proved, that Electric
Bitters is a most effective blood puri
fier. It's an excellent remedy for ec
zema, tetter, aalt rheum, ulcers, boils
and running sores. It stimulates liver,
kidneys and bowels, expela poisons.
helps digestion, builds up the strength.
Price 50 cents. Satisfaction guaran
teed by all druggists.
Supervisor William Trefz.
Assistant Supervisors S. A. La
Vanway, John Holzhammer, Albert
Schmidt, William A. McCarthy.
Assessor Dr. M. H. Patten.
Collector Henry R. Wynes.
Aown Clerk George W. Cox.
Constable Frank King.
news all tne lime The
Just See That Corn
thm fUeip Fee It In All Its
Every once ba awhile, and particu
larly on the day after a Robert Bums
anniversary celebration, tbe newspa
pers publtoh reports of gatberfage aa4
bacqueta of Scotchmen In which the
name "haggis" occupies a prominent
place on the mean. Then a few curi
ous minded persons who do sot know
Inquire; "Haggis T What Is hagglsr
The answers vary from a kind of
Scotch oat cake to hot drinks. Nobody
ever seems quite sure what haggis
really la. One hears vaguely from
guests at Scotch banquets that It Is s
fefioa.dJajb. . JCher U story ol
Notice is hereby given, that on
Tuesday, the second day of April, A.
D 1912, an election will be held in
the township o! Rock Island, 111., for
the following officers, to-wit:
TOWN OFFICERS. :
Four assistant supervisors.
One town clerk.
Places for registration and voting
will be aa follows:
First precinct 413 Fourth ave
nue. Second precinct C28 Eighth
Third precinct 900 Third avenue.
Fourth precinct 924 Ninth street
Fifth precinct County Jail build
ing. Third avenue and Fourteenth
Sixth precinct 1434 Seventh ave
Seventh precinct 1101 Fifteenth
Eighth precinct 1914 Third ave
Ninth precinct Trinity church
vestry, rear of 1818 Sixth avenue.
Tenth precinct Hose house on
Eleventh precinct Ecnmid s gro
cery store, 8J3 Twentieth street.
Twelfth precinct Hose house on
Thirteenth precinct Rear of 2700
Fourteenth precinct 3110 Fifth
Fifteenth precinct Peterson's car
penter shop. 610 Forty-fifth street.
Sixteenth precinct Gannon's paint
shop. Fourteenth avenue between
Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth
atreets. SHIRLEY D. FOLSOM.
Rock Island. 111., March 9. 1912.
an ordinance giving the Union Electric
Telephone & Telegraph company, its
successors and assigns, and Charles I
Bailey, Jr.. trustee, of Harrisburg, Pa.,
permission to sell, assign and transfer
to the Central Union Telephone com
pany, or any other peraon, firm or cor
poration, all Its physical property lo
cated in the city of Rock Island, 111.
Which election will be open at 7
o'clock In the morning and continue
open until 5 o'clock in the afternoon of
Places of registration and voting will
be the same as those published in no
tice of town clerk found elsewhere in
this paper. M. T. RUDGREN,
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the democratic nomination
for representative In tbe general as
sombiy of the SSrd senatorial dis
trict, subject to the democratic pri
maries to be held Tuesday, April 8,
1912. EVERETT L. WERT8. ,
Oauawka, 111. !
Before I Blag
After l ata.
u-'o-n me new corn cure, on a
new plan, that ts aa hrml,. th.
akin as water, but. blazea. how Jt works!
Nothing to stick or hurt. Lo. and be
hold, your corn comes out. Tou don't
have to drag it out. Every owner of a
corn, callous, wart or bunion la going
to get the surprise of a lifetime. No
more dig-glcx at corea, bo mora sliclng
with razors and drawlnar Mood, no more
blood poison, no mora atlckina; ptutera.
"GETS-IT" Is sold at all druggists' at
ti renia a bo t tie, or sent direct by .
Lawrence A Co, Chicago.
JAMES M. JOHNSTON
Candidate for the Republican Nomination for
I hereby announce myself a candi
date tor the democratic nomination
for township collector subject to tbe
decision of the city-township conven
tion and invite the support of my
HENRY R. WTNE3.
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
day, the second day of April, A. D.
1912. In the city of Rock Island. Ill, sn
election will be held for the following
purpose, to-wit: To Tote for or against
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"1 have been fair to all my opponents during my campaign."
'If elected, I will be fair to everybody during my adminis
tration." JAMES M. JOHNSTON.