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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1012.
IS GIVEN WATER
Local Man Is Lowest Bidder on
Second Ward Improvement
Two Others in Race.
HAS MARGIN OF $2,000
Improvement Hoard Calls Meting on
SoMrr lroww.ltion F.ightwnth
P. F. Trerikcnehuh. Rock Island
contractor, was today awarded the
contract for the laying of the Second
vnrd watermaln by the board of lo
rn! irprovemer.'B. His bid wag for
tp",7f::. while thoe of the other two
companies competing were $29,
f.O.Mi for the Independent Con
r'rurtlon company and f 2 f . 7 6 1 fo
the McCarthy Improvement com-p.-iry.
Tie mair.s are to r laid be
fr n F.ighth ;in.l Twelfth b'reets and
K'.'vi Mi and LUhtecnth avenues.
Further business of the board con
sisted in the r;. 1 line of a meeting for
July S of the property owners ln
tcrnst,.j )n tin- laying of a sewer
alr.g Fourth ctreet between Siith
anl .-oventh aw'tiucn.
O i.e-n of property between Third
find !f''rth aermeu on Eighteenth
trt me? with the board of local
J i. pro .ineiitH ft. is afternoon to pre
t f.t a :rf;onlton for the paving of
(he Mreet v lib brUlt on the old foun
dation and by private contract.
! IS INJURED
Hurled Four Feet Into Air
When Boat on Toboggan
Slide Hits Water,
SPINE IS BADLY INJURED
lU.k Mrikro Sent With Terrific
'r 1 diteti Medical Aid
unci Miw-l to Hotel.
Hurtling thrown space at a terrific
rate of Fpf-d, A J Conins, salesman
for the lvona Packing rompanv, was
thrown u distance of four feet liito the
nlr ul'"i : II o' lock last ninht when1
t!i.' -dour n, tii. Wat'll T'wer tnbog- j
van slid.- t-tr'iik tin- water He crashed
dnn BL-iunst tin- seat, landing on his
ha k terrific force, and injured
I. Is Fpiiic so that his frlen: had to;
take 1 , i til to the street car and thence '
to the Hot- 1 Hhmum, where he Is s'op-
pliiir. A physician was Immediately 1
nitnmntieii and the injureil man given i
Hieiiical a'tentloti. He is resting more'
't until Tltll.
I he ?n : nt oi-cnrred on the third
tr!;. ('( n: if. m compauy Ith a num
le r 'f friends, decided to try the to
1 oivan sli'.e. and the first time took
the bail, seat Here h rot a drench
ing, a tut deciii. ,! to sit in front ihe
next t.tne. m the second trip, in
I ite of his Tor's to maintain his seat,
the shock partially lifted him f:om th
seat and carried his hat lr.to the river.
Hi. hea! gear was recovered, and
Comw.s then deebb d t I race himself
with I, is feet und not hold on to the
1'oat ut all.
ll.XHT III T OF n AT.
This proved disastrous, for with the
boat trave'ir.c at the speed of an ex
press train. ( eniyns was literally
l.nriecl lr.to the a'.r when the river was
reach, d. He fell into the boat Just as
Brown's Business College!
Or EN ALL SUMMER
New Class Starts July 8
If five thousand can could be manufactured
on the gigantic scale of the Ford their
cost would be reduced at least by half. If
Ford cars were to be produced in small
quantities and present high standards
maintained their cost would be at least
twice as much.
Fevcnty-flve thousand new Fords go Into service
this season proof of their unequaled merit. Too
price is S30 for the roadster, 1690 for the flT
passeti:er car, and 1700 for the delivery car1
complete with all equipment, f. o. b. Detroit.
GET LATEST CATAUiOlE HUI
Horst & Strieter Company
2d ie. across street from court house. Rock Island
It was making Us first Jump In the
water, and as he landed on the seat
the boat took an upward bound. The
injured man crumpled up like a rag
and It a feared at first that he was
dead, but application of cold wa'er on
his head oon revived him. It is not
believed that his injuries will prove
Fred W. Reimers of this city, super
intendent of the People's Power com-
' pany has been named one of four west
ern directors in the United Light &
Railway company, the giant merger
which recently took over the local
railway and light holdings. The four
westerns, the other three being from
Grand Rapids. Mich., take the places
of four retiring eastern directors.
II I I MV
Walter, the four-weeks-old son of
Mrs. Marie Wllllan.a. 308 Four
teenth street, died this morning at
1 o'clock after a brief Illness. The
funeral was held from the tome tTiia
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Father W. P.
Cleary of St. Joseph' church offi
ciating. Burial took place at Cal
FlKRl. OF HR1. (-OU1.KK.
The funeral of Mrs. Walter Fowler
wag held from the home, 1208
Twelfth street, this afternoon at 2
o'clock. Rev. J. L. Vance of the Unit
ed Presbyterian church offlciati,ig.
The bearers were E. R. McKown.
.lames Warnoik, S. Gorman, I). Mc-
Kinney, Eugene fWmer and William
Heidemann. Birial took place at
MILAN BOY IS SCALDED
WHEN WASH TUB UPSETS j
Joel Nichols, 16-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Nichols, of Mi-j
lan is lying in his home in a critical ;
condition as a result of fearful I
scalds receved Tuesday morning. 1
The Nichols boy Is employed at the
Herman Tindall farm, south of Mi-:
lan, and on the morning of the ac
rldent was helping Mrs. Tindall with; Today the following was 6ent to The' Yesterday was the hottest day of the
the washing. A hi tub of boiling Argus on the subject by 11. D. Mack, ' ear thus far, the official thermome
water was on the stovt and in at- a charter member of th eamn. ; ter at the United States weather bur-
tempting to remove it the tub caught
in some manner, precipitating its
contents upon Nichols. His right
arm and side were fearfully burned
and when an attempt was made to
remove the clothing the flesh came
with It. He was given immediate
Sustains Scalp Wound.
George Shaffer. "!S Thirty-first
street, fell last evening while walking
near Thirty-first street and Firth ave
nue. His fall resulted In a scalp
wo!ind three inches in lencth. Mr.
ShalT- r was removed to his home and
today his condition is improved. He
Is "7 years old.
Child Is Poisoned.
Charles I. Dumont, two years old,
whose home is three miles northwest
of Silvis, died larly this morning
from the effects of arsenic fly poison
which h- drank ysterday afternoon.
Laborer Is Buried.
i A cave-in at the site of the new
iR. C. Leldy building on Fifth avenue
In Moline this afternoon caused seri
ous Injury to Joe Bush, UC2 Fifth
avenue. He is at a hospital.
Ends Hunt for Rich Girl.
Often the hunt for a rlh wife ends
when the man meets a woman that
, uses tlectrlc Hitters. Ut strong ; uency to a Rock Island institution,
nerves tell ln a bright brain and even iind 1 hear noue among our profes
tetnper. Her ik ach bloom complexion sional. and business people, gratitude
, and ruby lips result from her pure should silence t.'ie tongue of every
j blood; her bright eyes from restful ; citizen of Rock Island human
, sleep; her elastic step from firm, free : enough to know w hat that emotion
muscles, all Ulilog cf th health and Cithers may be hopeless, but for
strength Electric Hitters g! e a woman, : the Kood name of Rock Island, and
.and the freedom from indigestion. ! decency' ake, let us hope they are
backache, hcadiuhe, lainUr.n ai.d dizzy
ptlls they promote.
are woman's favorite remedy. If weak
or ailing try them. 50c at ail druggists.
ame thoulder Is armoFt Invariably
sed by rheumatism of the mueclej
and yicics quickly to tne rree appilca-
tioa ct Chambcrlain'a Liniment. This
liniment Is not only prompt and ef-
fectual. but in no way disagreeable to
use. Sold by all druggists.
Thirty-seven new members were ;
added at noon today to the list of 1
those who are signing up with the
Rock Island Business Men's associa
tion. Such was the report submitted
! at the noon day meeting of the mem
t bers of the two teams which are con
I ducting the membership campaign.
Captain W. P. Ammerman's team A
announced 22 additions and the other
'15 were turned in by Captain W. H.
Thorns team B. Today 124 have signed
for the mc mberbhip, this number being
nearly half of th total number of
elisibles. The campaign is coming
;The biggest argument for the asSO-
ciation and the one that is getting the
best results is the undertasnding that
r. ., ,K -v,. ,,
Une association will taboo what mer-
chants .nrt nrofess onal men call "un- ;
profitable advertising,' l. e. advertising '
in programs and the like for the bene-.
tit of amateur theatricals and uch
Charter Member of 29 Protests
Against Resolutions on the
SAYS THEY ARE A STAIN
Al'i) Claimed Hint Ixxlge- in Ques
tion PreM-nts He.t Argument
for the Iteviion.
The action of Camp 20, Modern
Woodmen of America, Tuesday night ;
in adopting resolutions against the j
new rates, has aroused considerable''
agitation in the ranks of the order.1
Kock Island, June 27. Editor ! eau ln davenport registering 92 rie
The Argus: 1 regard the action of,Erees- Tuesday the column of mer
t amp No. 29 in condemning a legltl- cury cached the SO mark which was
mate Rock Island institution operat- the biguest of year to date.
ing in 45 states of this union as un
gracious, ill-natured, a stain upon
the patriotism of Rock Island and a
reproach to the citizens responsible
I know not what personal grlev
ances any members of Camp No. 29 !
; may have, but they certainly chose a ' -lan reservation, I,ac du Flambeau,
'poor occasion on which to indulge j Wis., where Al Bear and Louis
1 their malice, and I believe that every Harms are sojourning. The Rock
citizen of Rock Ibland w ho possesses I Island boys state that the fishing
j any sensibility, or any real interest has never been better and the specl
j in our welfare as a community, will ! mens received today bear out this
j deplore and reprobate their action, j assertion. The bass averaged from
The reply of Rock Island's patriotic , -' to 4 'i pounds. A five pound
lnnd intelligent citizenship should be golden pike was also included in the
; a vigorous and enthusiastic rally in . shipment. O. B. Hampton, who has
i support of any movement that may I been a member of the party, return
! be undertaken to show what the real ' ed to the city yesterday.
sentiment of this community is. I
! We should all realize and the peo- About 100 Ladie wi" Save From $1.50
pie of Rock Island generally do re-1 to 2 Friday.
lilize, the immense value of the Mod- Abo,lt 100 ladies will get oxfords and
: em Woodmen bociety to our city. PumPs worth from J2.50 to $3.50 for $1
This alue extends to all classes, the I a 'liilr- Those indies w ho really are
commercial, the professional, the I Ph ased to dress their feet more eco-
ai;e earners and the property own-
j ers of our city, tven if there were j
I occasion lor complaint concerning
I the society's decision to go upon a
basis of rates that will give perma-
--w. H. H. MACK
HAYS CAMP Ht: Oltl M'KAKS.
Yesterday afternoon J. F. Egan,
assistant to Head Clerk C. W.
Uawes, sent to The Argus a state
ment in which he said he did not
construe the action taken by a few
members cf Camp 29, the honest
I judgment of the membership cf that
i camp as a w hole, but rather of a
j faction. "The history of Camp 29,
iays .Mr. Eagan, "constitutes the best!
. argument in the world for a chance
: ln the rates of the society. That 1
! camp was organized June 30, lS84,j
land up to the first of the current!
I ear. ail of the members of the ramp'
j contributed to the benefit fund of the 1
society the fund out of which all'
death claims are paid a total of
$101, 375. SO. The society has paid!
claims on the deaths of 85 members!
c f that camp, disbursing to their
beneficiaries $176,000. These de-i
reed members, during their life
time, paid into the benefit fund of i
the society only $11,460 50. That Is
to say. for this amount, their bene
ficiaries received $176,000, and all
of the members of the camp con
tributed $74,624.70 less than the so
ciety disbursed to these beneficiaries.
That is all right while it lests, but cf
course it could not last.
"Take Rock Island county as a
whole, and up to the first cf the year,
the society haa disbursed to the ben
eficiaries of 618 members dying, a
total of $1,226,259. These 61
members, during their life time, paid
Into the benefit fund but J7S.754.S5,
and all of the members of the soci
ety in Rock I'.and rounty raid in
only $01 4,784 o;, or $31 1.474.&8 less
than the beneficiaries of the members
"You may quote me as saying that
not more than fifteen or twenty
members in this city are makir.e any
; complaint on the rate question The
i members are led by five or six men
j who have personal grievances and
I ho expresa their personal grievances
in this disreputable way. When the
members of Camp 29 as & whole un
derstand what is being done, there
will be another 6tor? to tell.
"They have even gone so far as to
endeavor to prevent the camps of
this city from participating in a class
adoption campaign. The class adop
tion movement win go through, with
this difference that only those i
camps which are not misled by these ;
few soreheads will get all the new j
I "You may quote me as saying, also
1 that the new rates will stand and
J that the?e fellows who are mislead-
: ing a few members at the present
'time will eventually wake up out -
! side of the society. Indeed, charges
; may be preferred against several of
. them before the executive council, 1
praying for their expulsion."
WIFE DESERTER TAKEN
HOME; "WILL RETURN"
Vowinp that he would return to her:
j8fter M, matters 6traipntenpd up hnie of Miss Rosi L- Modf -:'U
' ..... . . , I Third avenue, and assaulted her w ith
;rrark Massick, who was todav taken! , , . . . ,
;a hammer inflicting serious injuries
i -Mauis-ou, .tu., nj
a Nebraska sheriff on a charge of w ife
abandonment, bade his soul mate.
5Iar,e Mascweii. a fond and affectionate I
farewell this morning, and left her ,
with the words "I love you. just wait j
for me." The woman rode with her
lover as far as Davenport, and amidst
j tears, kisses and avowals of love.
bade him farewell.
John "W. and Ben H. Potter left this
morning for Camp Mishawaka. north
ern Minnesota, to spend the summer
in the woods.
Mrs. Herbert Walden and two chil
dren are here from their home in
Moberly, Mo., making a visit at the
home of E. F. Uorn.
Mrs. Perry David and daughter,
Mary Louise, arrived this after
noon from Omaha for a visit with her
parents. Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall, 32
The Roosevelt, Davenport.
yCC TC On A Y UOTTCCT
to I C nUAT nUllhul
nay np rnr CTACnU
UAI Ul lilt OtAoUll
ROCK ISLAND FISHERMEN
SEND BIG BASS SHIPMENT
A shipment of 40 pounds of black
bass was received at the Hotel Harms
thi3 morning from the Chippewa In-
"niially cannot afford to miss the
chance to sh:tre in this $1 sale. There
is a good run of si.eg, about 100 pairs,
of course not every size ln every lot.
It will pay you to come early and gel
first pick of them.
PHI ESTER-HICK EY SHOE STORE.
Harper House block.
If you are not satisfied after using
according to directions two-third3 of
a bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, you can have your mon-
ev back. Tho
iItta tl.aUi-e and in-
vigorate the stomach, improve the di
gestion, regulate the bowels. Give
them a trial and set well. Sold by
Are unexcelled anywhere. Made
by C. E. ISonhuia of Chicago,
an expert often consulted by
the I'r. itr-J States government
in pure food and drugs anal
yses and having a world wide
reputation as the mak-r of the
world famous Savci and Syl
via fine toilet specialties. They
contain only ingredients of the
highest purity and excellence.
Thousands of Rock Island peo
ple are paying tribute to the su
perior merits or Sylvia prep
tratlons with complexions
made aoft, clear and velvety by
their use. Are you going to
continue to experiment with
cheap. Impure creams an!J pow
ders or tney we, without ex
pense, by our money back
plan, get you to buy Sylvia
preparations. A beautiful com
plexion is a joy that will last
forever if you um Pylvia.
Price Fee. Fold only by
STRIVES TO SLAY
Breaks Into House in Dead of
Night and Attacks Her
Seek tA Intervene and
Attatked Man Still at
Edward Cowles, while somewhat
Intoxicated last night, invaded the
j about her head and face. The fel-
I I r Vi ft A ri A tin -.nf4 n 9-rA this n
tentlon3 on the ,rl and upon being
repulaed had made threats. For
three years he has annoyed the girl.
He was a boarder at
home four years ago
MOTHKR IS HtRT.
The girl's mother attempted to
stop the assault on her daughter and ;
was herself knocked down and i
kicked into a corner. Cowlea made
a sa fe getaway.
TO SPREAD OIL ON
Enthusiasm Paramount in the
Meeting of Property
NEW ORGANIZATION MADE
Improvement Association Springs
Into Life With K. J. AUeu us
Twelfth street property owners
met last night at Turner hall and
decided to sprinkle oil along the
thoroughfare. E. J. Allen was nam
ed as chairman. William Carse as
secretary and Charles Hladcl, treas
urer. The meeting was organized
under the caption, "Twelfth Street
Improvement association." It was re
ported that more than half of the
money necessary for the purchase of
the oil had been raised by popular
Fourteenth street owners are al
ready contemplating following the
lead of their neighbors and are In
vestigating the experiment of laying
dust along the streets by the spread
ing of crude petroleum over the Bur
face. Sun or Ht at Makar of Baldness.
The fact that savages almost always
possess fine crops of hair, taken with
the fact that they do not wear hats,
has led some people to believe that go
ing bareheaded might be a preventive
of baldness. But Dr. lot t hell ln un
article quoted by the Medical Record
points out that the action of the sun'
rays upon the bend Is Injurious not
only to the hair, but to the whole sys
tem, overindulgence in sun but lis caus
ing Irritability and nervous cardiac
and circulating disturbances and le
sions of the skin that are often serious.
Hut It is pointed out that the tight
hatband constricts circulation In the
arteries and veins of the head, and,
as the Medical Record says. It Is a
moot point whether this be not ns
harmful to the hair as are the actitilc
rays of the sun.
At a recent congress of uearology a
paper was read ln which the move
ment by which the growing lad caress
es the first shoots on bis upper lip
was labeled moustachlostreponianln;
the bablt -f twirllng the cane seen ln
old drum majors, trepsorhabdomanla:
that of putting the little linger into the
ear. otodactjiomcnia. Then we have
stom9todnctylomuilacs." who put tbe
Anger Into the mouth: "onychophn go
maniacs, ' who l.te their noils; "har
moniomanhics." who drum with their
fingers on wlndowpanes or table, and
"trepodomaniacs." who nervously more
their lega. British Medical Journal.
His Harvatt Season.
Teacher Now, Earlle. tell us when
Is the harvest seson. Earlle Krom
November to March. Teacher-Why.
Earlle. Iarn surprised that you shook!
same such barren months Who tolrt
you they were the harvest sen so or
Earlle Pa. He's a plumber. Uruoklyu
Makes the Nation Gasp,
The awful list cf lnlurieg cn a Fourth
of July staggors humanity. Set over
against It, however, is the wonderful
healing by RueMen's Arnica Salve, of
thousand, who suffered from burns,
cuts, brulseB, ballet wounds or explo
sions. It's the quirk healer of bolls,
ulcers, eczema, sore lips or piles; 25
cnts at all drugti&ts.
"It cured me," or "It saved the life
of my child," are tbe txpreaslons you
' hear every day about Chamberlain's
Colic, Chok-ra and Diarrhoea Remedy.
This is tru the world over where
this valuable remedy has been Intro-
: duced. No other medicine In use for
diarrhoea cr bowel complaints has re
ceived such general approval. The se
cret of the success of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
its that it cures. Sold by all druggists.
Mi m ilw ' m
TJte Largest Assortment of Stylish Comfortable
Summer Apparel Alraits You at Th? T,ee Hibe
Right now, when the thought of cool comfortable wearables
Is uppermost In your mind, a visit to this store will prove of
unusual interest to you. Assortments qualities styles, all
surpass any other showing In tho city and you'll consider our
prices unusually reasonable, qualities considered.
The Showing, of Dresses is Especially Interesting
Fresh summery looking frocks that add so much to a woman's
comfort on a hot day. lingerie dresses linen and pi'iue dresses
colored tub dresses. Hundreds of stylos that are new and
Norfolk Presses. Norfolk Suits. Norfolk Coats.
The rush for these smart belted effects Is finding us amply
prepared to meet all demands.'
Smart handsome models for street and outing cleverly de
Signed of linens. Repps, Pongees and serges, rl.7i to f20.
of pique, linens, repps and white serges. You will find your
size in the. style you want here now, 9Sc to $-l.9.
You can choose here now from the larcest assortment of the
popular ratine and, white pique hats In the city. Priced from 7ic
Our Stock "Reducing Sale is affording splendid oppor-
""" tunities to save on most de
sirable spring garments.
All Wool Suits now at half price and on most Spring Coats,
Dresses and Skirts prices are reduced one-fourth, one-third and
The "Bee Hibe
Corner Second and
FORGOT HIS BRIDE.
Curious Matrimonial Romance of ths
Did every match based on worldly
considerations turn out as chnrmlugly
as tbe one told about ln I-idy Russell's
book, "The Rose (Joddess," Knglixli
soclnl history would be very pleasant ;
reading. According to IjiiI.v Russell,
Lady Surah Cadogan was married to
the second Duke of Richmond in re
turn for the payment of her father's
Lord March, as the duke then was,
was eighteen; the bride was thirteen.
Immediately after the wedding Lord
March went with his tutor to t lie? con-
tlnent to .make the "grand tour," mid
Lady Sarah went back to the nursery.
Three years elapsed. Lord March
returned from his travels with so un
Interesting a recollection of his bride
that he was in no hurry to claim her.
On the first evening of hts return to
London he went to the opera.
There he soon noticed that nil eyes
and lorgnettes were turned toward one
of the boxes, ln which, surrounded by
many admirers, sat a most benutiful
young girl. Turning to his neighbor
la the stalls, Lord March listed who
"You must be a stranger ln London."
the gentleman replied, "not t know
tbe reigning toast of thu t"W u. the
beautiful Ludy March:"
Lord March lost no time In t'oing to
the box and Introducing himself to bis
bride. Thereupon followed ii lielited
courtship and so happy a married life
th:it the devotion of the pair to cucu
other was proverbial.
CURE FOR A COLD.
Haroio Remedy to Which tho Rad Man
Pinnad His Faith.
The Indian was not especially hardy
In battle, except when be fought t lie
piieumococcus, says the St. Louis Post
Ilspatcb. The very fury of bis attack
so far discounted that terrible germ
as to leave the red man in iosm-ssiou
of the Peid very booq after the b.itiie
opened. Major Cicero Newell, who
was for many years au Indian agent
among tbe Lrule Sioux, tells la liU
reminiscences how the Indians con
ducted themselves ln action. He s:iys:
"If an Indian caught a bad cold l.U
friends went with hiiu to the bank of
stream, where they put up a little
tepee large enough for one person to
crawl into Then they built a big tire
Cbd put atones on the fire. U Leu these
A NOTED DOCTOR SAYS,
F.vrrynn ihoiM ue "rrii ii'iV ar.tl
ItK' pom A' r in It. rtitn i v.n fi r-1 i.k
th- feet In elio ii in lts-if onn?.iarji
land ca-j-s a rr.'iitt r rr..irt.'i . ..!..
i lion. I'-ct' (f r'-f:n-m-f.t e. w t;J
i daily Alien F't-K;i-j in: n t. ptic
t powd'-r to i.e ertak-.! lr.i' t;.
land wi'ill a aeon g wit'.'-M a i i -i
frl as without the ue of Alicnii'oui-
were hot the friends put them In the
tepee with the sick muu aud poured
water on them, ln this way they soon
filled the tepee with steam. They cou
tinned to do this until the sick muu
was warm and perspired freely. Then
they tool; him to the creek iind threw1
him into the cold water. After that ,
they chased lilm with n whip up Hud
down the bank of the stream until he
perspired freely ncaln. Then they
wrapped lilm in a btiflalo robe and al
lowed lilm to sleep. This always broke
up the worst cold "
The trouble with us Is onr disposi
tion, to permit the pncumococcu to
put us on the defensive The Indian
rushed him nt the tap of the bell.
All the newj cn me time The
"BiSGO" r.-irjs l.-.jtanl Rclictl
w.i.Ie f-n y '.r (- t 'J :'t l ava a 'n of
h-jtr. n f t'ii 'Ion! '1 n t n y. Male a
i'ne f r c !-'JhUt . r-if minute
a : f. ir, tri f r !;..:. 'J - it ;,:; t ut it
W' ' . J,1" t . i.n tai. i wijit'sj irijiTitt-JiMfelrf
ifr j,. .v" ti.e l;itt wy U.e fet.4t,
f.-iVr-,V i -..: it v-av. 'I jhlU a f'rop or two t
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i We Sell
Pcnn Oil & Supply com
pany's oil. Silver Leaf
auto oil. No carbon, no
trouble. None better.
ct Carriage Co.
Sixteenth St. ami Fourth Are.