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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1912.
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FOUND IH RIVER
Confirmation of the reported drown
ing in the Mississippi river Monday af
ternoon wag obtained this morning
when the girl's body was found float
ing near the brad of City island by
two men who were working there.
The suicide haa been identified as Mrs.
Maude Sherman of Mt. Pleasant. Iowa.
The remains were turned over to the
coroner, but it ha practically been de
cided that no Inq'iegt will be held.
The woman finished a 15-day sen
tence in the house cf detention in Dav
enport last Friday. She had been act
ing strangely for some time past, and
It Is believed she was insane when she
Jumped off the bridge. She was 20
years old .was married five years ao,
but soon afterwards separated from
her husband. Since then she had been
keeping company with another man
with whom her relations had become
strained. She made her bome in Dav
enport at 3'iDVi West Second street.
Trie August clearing sale begins its busy whirl tomorrow
August clearing of ribbons
25c cotton back velvet ribbon. No. 1
and 14; 10 yd bolu. lie
Black gauze ribbon, suitable for seam
binding, 2c a jd.
Roses for millinery purposes,
$5 traveling bags for $2.93
Black and tan, keratol lined; 14, 15.
16. 1? and 18 Inch sizes.
Strong reed 6uit cases; light but dur
able; $5 values. I35.
The process of clearing out the laggards of summer merchandise and getting
stocks in readinojfor in-coming Fall poods begins tomorrow morning, and will
continue until a wrek from next Saturday. During that time thousands of dol-
Linens and white goods
lars' worth of merchandise will be distributed to Tri-City homes. To make this
clearing quick and certain, prices have been sharply reduced. There are many
lots and some of the best bargains that are not advertised.
Winnipeg, Man Two companies of
soldiers and a detachment of polios
were Kent from Edmonton to a con
etruction camp on the Grand Trunk
Pacific railway where Industrial
Workers of the World are on tttrike.
New York The installment furni
ture dealers of the I'nited States are
In convention here to form a national
amocint Ion which will keep a record
of uridej-irable customers.
I.'nlontown, 1'a. -Workmen cut
through the (i'.-foot wall separating
1-anmnt mines No. 1 and No. 2. but
found no trace of the miners caught
In the mine by the flood of July 24.
LondonPremier Asqulth denied in
the house of common! that the gov
f rnriient proposes to rrame a measure
for a tingle tax on land.
role, reparmicnt of Jura, France
Harvey W. Mack of Alton, 111., was
fntally Injured in a motorcycle near
London Th first international
cui;enics congress ended Tuesday,
vben lr. Martian, chief of the Paris
li-.rane bureau, said alcoholism among
women was IncreaKiriK yearly.
London The hotipe of commons
pasicd the second readiiiK of the bill
Making operative the compact be
tween Great Britain, the I'nited
States, liiL-j'la and Japan to prevent
fxt rr iir.;.t lo;i of teals in the North
Albrt Lea. Minn Thirty-one sus
pects were put in Juil here as the re
mit of the attack by two negroes on
Elsie SiiiifitiMti, aK-d 15.
MEXICAN REBELS BOW TO
NOTE FROM WASHINGTON
Juurez, July 31.- General Pascual
Oroeo, commander in chief of the
Mexican rebels yesterday gave an
answer to the demands made on him
by Secretary Knox regarding the raids
on American properties, particularly
relating to the Mormon colony situa
tion. While the rebtl leader's remarks are
not directed at the I'nited States of
ficial's message, they came as an
answer to the points conveyed iu the
message from Washington.
Orozcu Monday had given out a
strong announcement that he sanc
tioned the disarmament of tho Amer
ican settlers in the Casas Grandes dis
trict. "We Intend to disarm every foreign
er living in the zones dominated by
the revolutionary party if it will en
able us to gain the means to iHseat
Madero." Orozco declared yesterda'
"At the same time, we shall afford
foreigners every protection, regardless
of their sympathies or affiliations, for
their homes and families. We do not
contemplnt killing any one except iu
open warfare. We are not savages.
"Reports are current that our sol
diers entered the houses of foreigners
Ej August clearing of knit underwsar and hosiery J
Pine pattern cloths; 1-5 off. Splendid quality
l!nen of Irish or Belgian manufacture; 2l,2, 24.
3. 3 and 4 yard lengths, were J3.9S to $15;
$3.50 hemmed pattern cloths. 2x24 yards, $2.S9.
Embroidered, linen scarfs, center pieces, clunj
lace center pieces, Battenburg lace center
pieces, Irish damask lunch cloths, dcilies, etc.,
some slightly massed asd soiled, 1-5 oft.
Turkish bath towels 24x48 size hemmed and
have blue striped border. 69c values, 02c.
65c French batiste, 45-inch width, yard. 47c.
&0e Perline lawns, 45 inch width, yard, 39c.
25c and 2'c checked and figured white flaxon,
Clearing of suits, coats and dresses
39c white lawn, 45-inch width.
a yard. Sic.
Wotien's and misses suits
Lot 1 Women's and misses suits of cream
6rrge and fancy mixtures: all sizes; $15,
$1S and $20 values for $.".00.
Lot II Suits in practically every good
material; all sizes; including values up to
$27.50, $30 and $35 for $9.75.
Ixt III Our very finest suits in silks and
fine serges; values up to $75, now tia.
Women's and misses' coats
Some at less than half;
Coats up to $12.50 for $ 5.00
. Coats up to $25.00 for $10.00
Coats up to $35.00 for $15.00
Coat3 up to $."0.00 for $20.00
Children's spring and summer coats; 2 to
14 year sizes; half price.
All party coats and gowns; one-half price.
All silk and wool dresses one-third off.
Two lots of coats that are principally last
year's styles, although very good values;
Values up to $10.00 for $ 2.T.O.
Values up to $15.00 for $5.00
Summer wish dresses
Women's, misses and childrens' lingerie
dresses are being sold at reductions of
M to K.
Women's and misses colored wash dresses
of all materials are selling at half price.
A lot of lingerie and tailored waists: some
tan and striped and in dots: slightly soiled;
values up to $1.50 for 69c
S k kimonos
Some plain' pink and lavender; Japanese
patterns in black and light blue; values up
to $5.00 for $2.95.
Dress goods and silks
39c and 50c poplins, fancy taffetas and printed
foulards, because some colors are missing are
reduced to yard. 25c.
85c and $1 printed foulards. 24 inch width, a good
range of colors and patterns, a yard, 49c.
Imported foulards in shades of navy, brown, tan,
trav and Copenhagen, 42 inch width; $2 value,
$1 corded pongee; 27 Inch width; natural color,
a yard, oflc.
S5c and $1 taffetas in checks. stripe3 and figures.
24 inch width, a yard. 9c.
$1.25 changeable taffetas, striped and figured;
suitable for petticoats, yard wide. 75c.
39c half wool challies, light and dark colors, a
Plain and striped mohairs, yard wide, a yard S9c.
S5c to $1.25 novelty voiles. eoliennes, crepe
cloths, at, yard, 50c.
75c 44 Inch all wool batistes, good range of col
ors, yard, 55c.
85c 50 inch all wool storm serges, navy bine,
yard, 65c Second Floor.
A miscellaneous lot of children's under
wear, including long and short sleeved
vests and knee pants, also boys pornsknit
and nainsook shirts, not all sizes, lGc
Children's lace trimmed pants and sleeve
less vests: incomplete range of sizes; 15c
qualify, 11c. ,
Women's summer weight wool vests and
pants in all sizes, J1.0U quality. 7!'c.
Women's sleeveless vests, embroidered in
pink and blue; narrow shoulder straps; 50c
Women's sleeveless vests; sizes 4 and 5; 15c
quality, 11c Fourth Floor
Stockings in white, sky, pink and tan: 6izes
6 to 9 in all sittes, to close out, pair 10c.
Women's black hosiery with white feet;
regular 15c values; to close out, pair, 10c.
Women's lace and drop stitch hose; all
sizes; the regular 25c grade; box 6 for 9nc.
Women's silk hose in sky, pink, red, gray,
lavender, gold and tan; some of these are
salesmen's samples: sone are from our
regular stock; regular price, 98c, now 75c a
We sell the famous Phoenix Silk Hosiery.
Every pair guaranteed.
Main Aisle, Rear
Clearing of gloves, veilings and neckwear
Kayser's double tipped silk gloves In black,
tan, gray, navy and pongee; 12 button
tonpth TiSf nair
Hs Kayser's and Centemri's gloves in black and
ts white; 12 button length: $1.25 kind, 89c
Chamoisette gloves in black, gray and nat
ural; 75c qi'r.lity, pair 49c.
Silk lisle gloves in black, gray, blue and
pink: bIzi s 5. and 6 only; 16 button length.
$1.50 quality at Mr.
50c lace lisle gloves in black and gray;
small sizes only; 10c a pair.
A large n'imber of housewives and dress makers
at ten to the easy ami smooth running qualities
of Warned and Von Maur rewing machines. All
our machines .are guaranteed for 10 years. Each
one is comp'ete with all necessary attachments.
Come In e;t'nr golden oak or misicn finishes.
$22.50 M. V. M. "Queen." $17.75.
J'JiMiO H. i- V. M. "Grand,"
CJ...I.0 11. Ac V. "Rotary.'
S9c white and black silk gloves; 16 button
length, 5Sc a pair.
65c chiffon veiling: all colors, 49c a yard.
50c shadow and white washable veiling 35c
35c and 40c white Tuxedo veiling, 25c a yd.
35c and 50c Persian collars, coat sets, lace
trimmed collars and etc., 2c
$1.98 Persian silk coat sets, 9Sc.
Fancy silk, satin and velvet bows, 15c each.
CRr hariH pmhrntrierpri TV.itch rnllars 49c.
$1.98 kind for $1.25. First Floor
25 pattern hats;
10 to $15 values,
50 trimmed hats;
$5 to $10 values
50 children's hats;
$1.25 to $5 values
Books: Regular 48c fiction, good titles, but
covers are slightly rubbed; to close, 29c.
25c postal card albums for 13c
Fountain pens; with silver plated mount
ings: fitted with 14 karat gold pens; $1.50
5c Eagle standard lead pencils with rubber
erasers, 25c per dozen.
75c to $1.50 pieces of metal Apllka, the new
art craft work, 49c First Floor, Rear
Watches 1-5 off
During the August clearing sale we offer
all our watches, including tilled and solid
gold cases: fitted with standard movements
such as Elgin, Hamilton, Waltham, etc., at
$1.50 intermittent alarm clocks, $1.00.
All ear rings, M price.
All hat pins, one-third off.
Par pins, beauty pins, beads and etc, 10c
Fancy hair pins, barettes, combs, 10c.
All toilet ware, 157 off. First Floor
Dressing combs: black, pink, blue, 10c
Beau Brummel toilet soap; assorted odors;
large 6c cake, 8 for 16c
Combination offer 1 large can BIco Talcum
and 1 can Bico bath powder, 44 cents
Victor safety pins; nickel plated; sizes, 1,
2 and 3; 5 cards for 10c
lender's hand-made wash buttons; rust
proof; 4 sizes:
25c value for 15c 69c value for 89c
39c value for 25c 76c value for 49c
25c dress shields; feather weight; guaran
teed. 17c. Main Alulc Rear
Art needle work
Assortment of stamped doilies, pillow tops, f-4
5c crochet cotton; assorted colors, 2c
Fancy baskets; assorted shapes and kinds,
Cretonne shoe and laundry bags, scarfs,
waste baskets and pillow tops, one-fifth off.
Stamped Basuto table covers and pillows, M
The National tappet sweeper is a favorite with
many housewives light running, nicks ud dust
lint. a:id is well finished.
$:."." sweepers io "2.7.".
$.(.l'i Bwe(;iers for J.lf.
$.'.:..' sweepers for 1.75.
Mn's iurn shings
Men's $1.50 white pleated front shirts, $1.15
Men's fancy shirts, assorted colors and good pat
Men's wash ties. 22c values,
$1 neglipee shirts
and tan, 7i'c.
$1 shirts, good patterns, but
re slightly toiled, 9c.
fv..Miii socks, repuitr
pairs for ?l. Others that
have been .eiiing for 35c, 4
pairs for M.
West Aide, rear.
15c and 19c figured prints, lawns, dim-1 Maxine Elliot ruttermilk complexion
ities and cotton toulards, yard, S14c
"c fancy colored lawns; good patterns
and colors. Srsr.
Women's house dresc3 of percales
and lawns in light and dark colors:
neatly trimmed; values up to $1.50,
Children's $1.25 and $1.7.0 wnsh dress
es: n to 14 year sizes; made of ging
hams, percales and linen finished ma
terials; each, 75c.
JSc ones for 59c
Women's oxfords which at one time
sold at $:i, $3..'.0 and $4; not the latest
Ftvles; thev are not all sizes iind "re
narrow widths, but if you can find
your size among them, yni; will have a
great bargain; at pa r, 75c.
Men's 75c blue denim bib overalls; al'
sizes; union made: 50c
Swift's Pride laundry soap, a standard
Fcap for :;11 household purposes; 10
bars for 25c
eoap; four 10c cakes for 25c.
Women's 39c white muslin petticoats;
tucked flounce; for 25c
Cotton goods in lengths from to 5
yards; 1 lot, 1-5 off. another lot 1-2 off
the regular remnant price.
$1.39 lace curtains; 3 to 38 yards
long; pair, $1.10.
Women's 50c night gowns of soft mus
lin, Slip-on styles, neatly made, 87c.
Children's muslin drawers, trimmed
with hemstitching and 4 rows of
Children's wash dresses of ginghams
and percales in light and dark colors
2 to 14 years size3, G9c values for 49c
Men's ?.3c Balbriggan shirts and draw
ers all sizes at 25c a garment.
Men's Work Shirts in light, medium
and heavy weights, double sewed
Men's 50c blue chambray shirts, full
fize, no skimping, double sewed, 39c.
Women's 75c knit Union Suits In sizes
4 and 5 only at 48c.
Women's striped gingham petticoats,
blue, tan, black and white stripes
ruffled flounces, at 45c.
Manufacturer's Sample Ends of silk
ribbons In widths ranging up to' 4V
inches. Both plain and fancy pat
terns in many of the most wanted col
ors. Would sell regularly up to 25c a'
yard; these are priced at 12Mc yd.
39c Mexican Dresser Scarfs, 25c
"Seconds'" in Wayne Knit Pony Stock
ings for children, 15c pair.
"Seconds" In Wayne- Knit Hosiery for
women, plain black, 15c pair.
One tableful Poplins In plain colors
and satin Htriped effects, 27 inches
wide, 22, 25 and 29c values at yard.
The saTe of women's pumps and oxfords continues; all
$2.50, $3 and $3,50 kinds, $1.50; $4 and $5 kinds, $3
Embroidered pillows, library scarfs, center
pieces and bags, M off.
Things for the home
The wide-mouthed "Economy," "Schram" and
"Lightning" Jars in half-gallon sizes, doz., 56c
Mason Jars special pints, 39c; quarts, 45c;
half gallons, 65c
Splint Clothes Baskets, medium size 55c ones,
42c; 43c ones, 81c.
Bakorost Fireless Cookers, now i off.
Gas and Electric Portables now M off.
5 gal., $1.75 ones, $1.39. .
6 gal., $2.25 ones, $1.79.
3 gal., $2.15 ones, $1-19.
Hammocks, the LaCrosse, Patterson and National
makes, now 1-6 off.
100-piece dinner sets, English semi-porcelain
ware, $15.75 to $18.00 values for $I1.H.
Bird cages in August sale, K off.
Croquet Sets, 98c to $3.15, at 1-5 off.
All baseball goods. 207o off.
tors, z:nc or
el line sev
left, alt at
l.ee Thomas spent Sunday with his
living in Colonla Dublan nnd Colonia to i,er tnat Bhe wag suspected or ac-! tie w ere in Muscatine Friday of last
Juarez and heaped indignities "Pn 1 cued of the crime." jweik.
women and children These charges J For the rest of the day the defense ; Mrs. Slusher was calling on her
1 deny iu the str J gest aanner pos-, prevented even' effort of the state to friend. Mrs. Jane Baker, Monday af-ail'l-
'get the interview before the Jury. ternoon.
"General Salter requested represen-j tJrai.e.g Inother( Mr8. s. L. Hm and Thp fulicral of Mrs Joc. otiaver will
tatives of the Mormons In these places ,,rloipu bo,h t.,ned that Mra. , be h.-ld at the Pine Bluff church Tues
to meet Mm. which was done, and Q . . . . ODDOrlunitv to heaririav , i.. nvwu
.neral Saluzar made demands Tr . :, . ,., .
nil amis and ammunition in the colo
nies, demands which the colonists ac-
... ; t v. i . , ruaiatinj'A Tnpro i
. n Indieni.v offered ol!' ,h Im t!ve lWed-the collecting , dren of Edgington. Mrs. Melvin
" . Ihr ,, Mn"v .mi. of 'he proceeds of $25,000 insurance, and children of Andalusia spent Sun
, . ', ' . . ,, , ',. ,,,.; which Mrs. Hill said Mrs. Grace told
the foreigners bring it upon them-i i. ,
Grace as in the courtroom in the
morning, but the heat weakened him
and he was not brought back in the
afternoon. It is believed the case may
she was suspected until after she had
keen her husband. mother, Mrs. Lizzie Thoma.
I Through Mrs. Hill the sute brougiit Mr and Mrs John Sedatu ajid chil-
day with Cornelius Sedam and family.
The Fidelis class met at the home of
Mfs. Wade Smith Friday afternoon.
There was a good attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. William Cowley enter
tained relatives and friemis from Mo
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Iionahoo, Mrs.
Tom Schafer of East Moline and Mrs.
TRYING TO PROVE GRACE
WOMAN A SELF-ACCUSER
Atlanta. Ga . July 31. Stress
Mr. and Mrs. Johp Uahn and son, ! Nora Filbert of Watertown spent faun
Edwin Arthur Halin and wife, and Mrs. iday with their aunt, Mrs. Joe Schafer.
Matt Schutte and sons Paul and Willie j Gladys Whiteside of Moline is now t
spent Sunday with Mrs. Schutte's I visiting her cousin, Winnie Whiteside
ters, Mrs. Ira Wainwright and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peters and Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Walthers visited rela
tives near Osco, Henry county, Sun
day. While there they saw the coun
ty infirmary burning.
Jade Donahoo and wife and Charles
Walthers attended the funeral of Lu
ther Pearsall Sunday afternoon.
Miss Jennie Graham of Rock Island
is visiting for a few days with her
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wake.
Ross Wainwright and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook
Charles Mead is assisting Ambrose
j FOSTER jj
brother, Frank Thomas. ! of Jcs!:n, after spending a few aays Searl with his harvesting
Mrs. Dora Ia-iiz and children
an(j with her friend. .Marguerite facnaier. George Sctzer. who
laid by the prosecution at the trial oi J"'. ....l ... j,rg Mate juarple 8ni (iaJghter of: J""a ijh tnjuj a wan Dy neat juesday, is convalescing
Grace, accused oT murua:. i ur unruK ii uk. iu i- Miiif-x-jiijurg visited Thursday with the , n'r cousin, .mis. tme Agneiu., ior a Miss Irene Karr of Rock Falls
Mrs. lnlsy Opie
: mated whether Mrs.
I the stand.
Grace will take
former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sc- ftW da3 last week. It had been six 'visiting relatives and friends
shooting hr husband, Eugene II
Grace, upon the manner of her greet- stanu. dam. Percie Sedam returned home years since they Mad met. i Carol Eckstrom. who is employed
ing to him when she saw him after jwi'h Mrs. Lenz to assist with house-' Ju!la an McMlchaei returned at Osborn, spent Saturday evening and
he was found upon his blood stained ! TT T TOIS CITV ' work- home Saturday from a week's visit ! Sunday at her heme,
bed last March. 1 Robert Brookman of Center Point, i wi'h their uncle. Dr. U D. Dow of; Jchn Opendi-k was the first to
"What are these things they are Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Dusen-1 Iowa j,, ben vising at the home of .: 'rio:i.lowa. jthresh. Frank Taul!ee did the work,
sayirp about me?" were the w ife's bury, a baby bey, July 29. Mrs. Elizabeth Schneider. Kse Hill Aid society met at the j Ed Wainw right bad the misfortune,
I'.rM words, as uuot. by Morris Prio-j Mr. and Mrs. Will McCormick and j iIrs Charles Crawford and family jbf me of Mrs. Ali.ert Heron Wednes- t0 sprain his ankle so he has not been
l;eu, a state s wttnes. while the Juryn Ellis visitd Sjr.dsy with the for- j were Rock Island visitors Saturday. jr:a' aft?rnocn. There was a large at-1 able to work lately,
was excluded. , luer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. McCor- Doris Brookman of Center Point, ftndance. The annual election of offi- j Miss Bessie Anderson of Coe is
I "IVilsy. why ri.d you ahoot me".miek. i Iowa, who visited several weeks withtrs 'as held and the following were spending a few days with her school-
s the bus-bund's reply, quoted slmi-; Mr. and Mrs. Molvin Thomas and t(f grandmother. Mrs. E. Schneider, Jected: President, Mrs. Julia Dow; mate. Vcrna Miitr.ma.
larly by PHoheu. a dote friend of, children fpent Sunday with Mrs. ; rf.t.imed Lome Thursday. ' ivire president. Mrs. Tiiiie Johnson;; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Frels enjoy-
Jrace. Thomas' sitter. Mrs. Cal Vanatta. ! juj;a Hintermeister, who has been : secretary. Mrs. Mary Noah; treasurer, ' ed a visit with .Moline friends Sunday.
Just after the Jury had been sent Harold McCormick is building a:Tis.,nE wl,h relatives in Granseville ! Mrs. Grace Mi haels. I
Hii, ooiiciior iit niTii ipprw) ina.rni- iein e lor ciien .Morrow
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Honey and chil
dren end Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rickett
visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
P. Gillett Sunday and attended the
funeral of Ira Miller at the Baptist
church in the afternoon. Cozetta and
Frank Honey remained with their
grandparents to spend a week.
Mrs. H. B. Terry and daughter, Mrs.
E. Sinclair of Muscatine, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Robert bon and E. E. Reynolds of
Rock Island were guests at the F. W.
Foster home Sunday.
The funeral of Mrs. Joseph Ohsrver
of Attilisea was held at Pine Bluff M.
E. church at loi.lo Tuesday. Tie ser
vices were conducted by Rev. lather
man, pastor of the church. A larpe
number of friends met to pay a last
tribute to the deceased. Mrs. Ohavcr
was 32 years old. She was a Chris
tian lady, having united with the Meth
odist church in her youth. She leaves
to survive her a husband and eight
children. The pallbearers wire friends
of the deceased from the community
where she resided. There were a
number of beautiful floral offerings.
Interment was made in the Es:ex cem
etery, beside an infant child.
main for several weeks to assist Mrs
jAbrain Jaggers with housework.
A. ('. Ramsay spent Sunday in Clin
Nellie Ilinteniiei.ster attended the
fourth quarterly (-(inference at the
Reynolds M. E. church Saturday after
noon. Miss Margery llofer left Wednesday
for Colorado Springs, Col., wbero she
will remain tint il Christmas. Miss
llofer, who lias been sick for 'some
time was compelled to seek a health
ier climate. Mrs. Hofer accompanied
her and will remain there for several
Frank Bohriner Is the owner of a
fine new touring car.
Teaching th Teacher.
Mother (u lue children have had tin
education superior to her own. to Iter
small daughter, whom Khe Im in the act.
of ftmncklngi- I'll learn you not to con
tradict me; Small Daughter ilietweeti
her toli -Teiicb. mother, teach. In
"Mummy, d.irling. where drien the
flre p' when It goes out!"
"Goodness known, my dear! Yn'
mfght Just well ask me where d:ii
dy goe!" Itndun Annwer
i;d the state's purpose in getting such j Mr. Bceca Hayes visited Monday j
I Idaho, returned home Mondav.
testimony before the Jury when be .with her friend. Mrs. Emma BraytoJ. Chamberlain's Stomach and IJver
-we expect to snow tnat naisy.wun .Mr. ona Mrs. Fetir Sedam. towels to expel poisonous matter.
Grace faced her hutband and upbraid-1 Ab Duffield and son Harold visited j cleanse tbe system, cure constipation
d him for accusing ber of the deed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Slither. and sick headache. Sold by all drug
jwken tot a living soul had intimated , Cornelius Sedajn and daughter Aua-' dsu.
I Clyde Wake made a flying trip to . St Loiijg- a counter chargo of con-
Water town Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Deal. Mr. and
Mrs. E,l n Morrow rpect Sunday Tablets gently stimulate the liver and ! -Irs. William Dow and Mrs. E. McMur-
phy were gtKtts of Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Mlsa Liliie Crompton of Vrbana is
-pending ber vacation with her sis-
spiracy against li. Clay Pierce and
his aFsociates was filed on Lehalf of
Henry M. Tilford in papers asking for
a federal court order to restrain the
management of the Waters-Pierce Oil
company from making any unusual ex
penditures or investment.
jl Taylor Ride
An Exchange of Compliments.
Hnwell Your head is pretty thick.
Powell I" don't think the inside idcm
BrenuT.t of yours would be f ny strain
i) a taix; measure. N.- York Press.
Mrs. A. C. Ramsay and daughter,
Frances, are visiting relatives in Clin,
Miss Margery Huber left Wednes- Think of the time they have to get up.
day for Sunbeam, where bhe will re- Lippiuectt'a.
Lr Little Prye.
Sue - Wouldn't you Just like to be a
bar.py as a lark? Prue No, Indeed.