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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912.
ON CLOSING UP OF
Proposition of the Power Com
pany at Keokuk Will Be
BOAT COMPANIES OPPOSE
STILL IN THE RACE
Colonel G. W. Burr of Rock Island Ar
terial to Preside; Annual En
gineers' Report Out.
A public hearing in regard to the
rly closing of the Des Moines rap
Ms ranal by the MIsihsippl Rivr
Power company will be held at Keo-
kuk. Aug. 14. Information to this cf-
feet reached the local office of th- '
Vnl'ed States engineers yesterday. 1
IS IN A MYSTERY
Miss Mildred Kurtenacker
Central Figure in St.
Standing of Clubs
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 7. Miss Mil
dred Kurtenacker, formerly of Dav-
! enport, Iowa, stenographer to Row
land L. Johnson, former prosecuting Xew orlc
attorney of St. Louis county, is the ( pfurgh
The climax of the case was when
she was arrested at her office in St.
Louis two weeks ago, spirited to Clay
ton, held in a cell with two negresses
for hours and then released. No one
has ever seen the information or war-
Springfield 62 30
Davenport 67 40
Quincy 53 45
Decatur 49 43
Danville 45 50
Dubuque . 54
Bloomington 38 57
Peoria 37 61
W. L. Pet.
71 26 .732
63 35 .643
37 3S .600
47 47 .500
46 54 .460
44 57 .436
36 64 .360
27 70 .278
rant in her case, although Constable . Washington 64
Lode of Clayton said she was accused ; Philadelphia 59
cf grand larceny. Immediately after i Chicago 51
Detroit. Mich., Aug. 7. "It looks h r release she sued Bode and Prose- , Detroit 52
The company demres to done the a- like Boston. WaMiinicton has a chance, outing Attorney Adwin S. Mills for ; Cleveland 46
nal about Sept. 15 ho that they may blll dont ccunt lho Athletics out be- 51(,u-00- alleging raise arrest. A day New York
complete the work and put tin- power
cause thc-y are a few games to the
or two later Johnston, who had been
in an infirmary in the city, was de-
in or.era! ion eartv next stirinc. Ail
j.ersonr, interred in the natation ,'ad- 1 nat 19 wa-v the Amer:cau ,b.red insane by the probate court.
f the river will a'tend Hie me. t n,g. .league situation looks to Donie- Bush, and his wife was made his guardian,
i.rifi i; ii4 underwood that red. (',. V. the sensational lit' K- Tieer shortstop. ' he insanity hearing was opposed by
t. . . . . . , -,. . . MJuj L'-irt.'ir.V n..n..nn..a t'll
niirr. o: wk-k ihianc art-- r.rn. in nm- i li,,r .... , ..H Ml . ,h.
St. Louis 32
duct the hearing, although tl.in has
not been announced tHifiail .
i-ikiii:i ii.i:iix. ith ip-ir.i.
The contractors having in charg"
1.e conM ru'-' loll of the a''T
power dam at Keokuk, mine lime ago
asked tiiat th river be eloped to nail
er Boston or Washington win. because :
liam Grodzki and
the world i-eriep melc u. Both of them court stepped in and ordered the hear- Milwaukee
at this stage look to have a better j ing. I Louisville
chance than Connie .Mack's tram, but After the filing of her suit Miss j Indianapolis
no one can make me believe the Kurtenacker disappeared, and every
effort to find her here since has prov- vi
'fonie people may question the en futile. Lawyers for Bode and
pami'ii' s of tin; Athletics, but not me. .Mills, who have wished to serve no-1
.....1.1'.. -I. .. . ... .. ..... V. 1,
ration in order that the work might " " 1 ".io"
1 e completed. ThiK wan th" f innal for
ii Kt'irtn of protest upon the part of
river .,e. and there is t.o doubt L it 1 u l'! " though we have that ; tice to take a deposition, have be
tnat the ouesfif.i, VJ not be decided t'"1' ' 'ast man out. : unable to find her.
I s-.ially !f you beat them it is by a; wenster was compelled to give
without heated artu'iier.tH both pro
Mid eon. The Htare of w ater has been
ynl tliis tu: .'i.er and h'e.tinbo:.t com-j..n"-s
(In not reji the idea .f In.,
't the ri"er. and stai, (lien tl:e attend
l 'it loss iti i arniiuts. The .!i"i. t-irs
l:ie made a proposition to pay daii-
fi;i-n to the rr-n tu ition In'i -res'
1!ie war depart'hetit has :."-ii
t!ep t;i and inij-iht the matter.
M l. It I I'dlt'l' l I.
The i'lii.ual r port t Major ("harles
1" 'ler Tor the t aal year ending June
.''t. T'll'. has hei i; tr ade public, and
ihrv.s that the eiiinecrs have been
(ie iiei!ly ;.c:ie. Tweriiy live thous
Mid sr. 'uu'iOrtil (loll.its have been
upended In tin- opei ation (if siu and
( ri 'jge t,".its. l!.e foiniep beil i' :icttve
;! .!:' 1 t.. Nov. :.. 1 1 1 . a-.d from
A '"I 27 t.j July :;u, Tv.o linn.
' and si'ty sri it's ai d s'uti'S
Wet i r'0l(l i.nd S'tiMi;iS were de
l'r. ii lui-itig the year l'11. $4.-'-'
li. w is expended on the Ifcck Is
1'i.d ratuds iuijTov i t-ict. Thirteen
ttioiis-.nd. fi-o hund'td and six d'd
T'irs aid sa'i -n . i;'s was devo' -d
o the f.tie! ,i joti ,t.d can- of tile .;.
tt-":-!'! rive- !-i'ir-'eiiie::t at .Vol'tse.
'f f' .irds th.. Mi!..ti s.ttion (.f the
li'-noiH and M;:.s.m ippi cati;il. $1711.
'. 7 was expended.
Ainorg other expenditures tnention-
.! ate .
1 :t prot etucnt of ; l.c V
:s'ppl t'ru:u .-"l. I'.,.;l
' Wiaona $ S.:;:,r,.'j :
1 " d; ng In harbors and
1, .rbor plai s .".7.7
I l j r. elm ; t of Mi. . l.-.ip-
pi ,rc": Missouri river
t" M :'ti apolis 1.1 U.S. I
, ra 'T a ad 'a e i ' the
liab aa r, cr iu.prove-
I'lit.'" a:;d M..--:.iisi:pi t-
t.:.i .'tistru. t .o; to en I
:' I : ill e.,. 1 1 . 1
' r Mini; and ire of Pli
i aad Miss: .-ippi c.i
. and f''
o'.e run margin, and you never feel deposition, in this be admitted
qi.iie comfortable. Macks team is a ana miss Kurtenacker had remov- hincnln
duiiL'. rous dub at ail times. It is a f-d private papers belonging to John- Topeka
team that makes its runs in bunches son from a safety deposit vault in one ' Omaha
and i liable to overcome a three, four hank to a box of their own in another, j
or five-run lead at any stage of the It is said they have restored to the at- CENTRAL ASSOCIATION.
W. L. Pet.
76 40 .655
72 43 .620
70 45 .609
, 56 59 .487
53 65 .449
50 63 .442
44 71 .383
42 77 .353
W. L. Pet.
. C4 46 .570
, 57 50 .533
55 51 .519
, 54 51 .514
53 55 .491
51 55 .481
. 37 69 .349
, 37 70 .346
If the Red Sox ever slip and torneys for Mrs. Johnston all the pa
Ma'k s team is aide to cut down the Pts anu omer articles. Ottnmwa 58
had to live or six games there is go- Since coming to St. Ixuis Miss Kur- Kewanee 57
it.,' to he a sensational finish, in my j tcnacker has been in close touch with Monmouth 56
opinidi. 'all her employer's affairs. She han- Burlington 56
Most ball players I think would ' (J1'(1 n"'ey directed to his office and ' Galosburg 51
pref, r to see Washington or Boston i was 8,'en frequently with him. Hannibal 47
win. It s a great opportunity for a I Some time ago Johnston's wife filed Keokuk 41
f. liew to get a chance to share in th" suit for pParate maintenance. She Muscatine 29
worlds series monev. The Mackmen dismissed it a day or two alter she;
have tw ice had that opportunity and ll"arnea or ner nusDana s condition at
ti e plavers like to see the dessert ! sanitarium and just before the in
shitr. d hv rHf-orent clt-os Such a ' Banit-V incluir' was asked.
edition, howover. does not influence At a ll('arinK u'fore a special com
tho ,,!av in anv wav. PlavoH like l0 ' mtssioner Friday a young woman at
have w touL-h rc so ci, ,r,..ra tarry arnoiu s noiei on me Meramec
America's Foremost Band
H TOWER PARK
RDAY, AUG. 10
45 - ARTISTS - 45
In a Series of Classical, Popular
and Ragtime Concerts
CONCERTS AFTERNOON & EVENING
a? it j .-is th'- money. Consequently I
look fer some things to happen on this
trip and it wouldn't surprise me jn
'lie hat if the league leaders fouud
the going ra'hcr rough through the
river at Valiey I'ark, Mo., told in a collnt regatta
deposition ot seeing Johnston ana
Miss Kurtenacker there. Johnston
..as ill, the young woman said. :
July 8, the. girl tesli'ied, she saw :
Miss Kurtenac ker putting some arti-.
cles of Johnston's clothing in a valise, '
- "- which she took with her in an auto-;
in a sti'.ill aeiiariuin four feet by t,ix mobile to St. Louis. Afterward, she j
feet in s:.e, and all of their aetii.-,; is declared. Johnston's watch and dia-
done beneath the surface of the water, mond stud were missed.
Down there, they drink red soda, red Nobody connected with the case is'
so that the spectators can distinguish willing to tell what is behind all the1
1 tven it and the water, eat fruits, moves and counter moves. Mrs. John-!
smoke, peal potatoes at!(l apple:;, ston. shut up in "The Crags," the fam- '
s'.eep. perform acrobatic mums and i'y villa, which is on the Meramec
hoop revolutions, and then finish with river not far from Valley I'ark, refus-
a re, .-oil. n tic.n cf the famous soul kiss. to disc uss it. Mills, Bode and Jus-
Diloi kf s are. invited to inspect the ,ir" Oss nfort. who is supposed to
I'ou.iniMii don ly to see that it does have issued the w arrant for Miss Kur-;
t:( t hold a protect inir irlass The tenackcr's arrest will sav nothing
Kn Idmgs alternate in the act. about the case. i
A force of workmen are preparing Webster declares Miss Kurtenacker!
...s.t,s ,h,. grounds for the big water ( arm- has done nothing but take cart? of her !
val which is to show here next week. ' 'm'loyr's property. He w ill not say
! ::it:t,ii.g Sunday. The two squares vv,! re the girl is, but says he will pro- :
.ii.l. .i.2'i tictweeii Thud and l'ifth avenues and duce her in court when thef proper.
1 wenty -fni:rth and Twenty tifiii 1:UI,: comes. :r
streets will house the attraction. Th"
1 1. Ml Mpia circus showed in Chicago last ; Miss Kurtenacker's mother resides'
week and was a drawing card for a' l--1 West Sixth street, Davenport,
thousands of people, who ihulv taxed Her father, John Kurtenacker. was!
ong Ml of the i i, lies offered ihe ( ,ipai jtv of the carnival drowned some time aco. Miss knrn. I
ke up the ol ; acker, 'who 1s a ithHihhh n.., ..-o :
wat.r carnual. to be Springfield Lets Two Men Go. i business colieee. left I la
Springt'i 'd. 111., Aug.
Davenport, 1; Springfield, 4.
Dubuque, 5: Decatur, 6 (10 innings).
Quincy. 3; Danville, 2.
Peoria-Illoomington, postponed ac-
; of St. Louis and Wolff of the W estern
! Boat club each defeated Kortlander in
4l0 ' the senior single sculls. Kortlander
oi, ' bad been invincible on atonnay. les
j terday he waited at the line at the
crack of the pistol, claiming a foul, un
til his opponents had fully 10 boat
lengths' start; starting gamely after
them, ho made a gallant race, being
NO CONCERTS AT THE
SQUARE UNTIL LATER
Plans for weekly concerts in Spen
cer square are still under considera
tion, but there will be no concert this
week and probably not next The com
Under Wdter Acting.
e shows Winch I!
Ki' e atal I lore
eti in Hock Island the week of
11 ' '" "'"o.i ot tne iox k is- cut down expenses Catcher William 1 home n St. Louis. She has visited
l.-t 1 Amusement co-pn-.y. th- act Taafe and Pitch, r John Duffy w. ie h, r mother in this city on several oc-
" lt" 1" "'''' 'i D v in- ncPMig. a released today by the Springfield club, easions since residing
cl. v. r ccmple. will probably afford a tjuin- y has offered Duffy a berth and ' She 27 years old.
Mat deal of ent. rtainnieM. Their he will probablv sign. Taafe went to !
li t of 14 minutes duration is staged i Bloomitigton.
Chicago, 2; Washington, 1.
Cleveland, 4; Boston, 5 (11 innings).
Detroit. 6; New York, 2.
St. Louis, 1; Philadelphia. 5.
Philadelphia, 6: Chicago, 1.
N -w York, 2; Pittsburgh, 7.
Brooklyn, 7; St. Louis, 4.
Boston. 3; Cincinnati, 6.
AM EIHCAX ASSOCIATION.
Indianapolis, 2; Milwaukee, 5.
Toledo. 0; Kansas City, 4.
St. Paul, 9; Columbus, 10 (12 inn
ings). Louirville, 5; Minneapolis, 9.
Wichita, 2; St. Joseph, 1.
Lincoln, 1; Omaha, 0.
Denver, 7; Des Moines, 6.
Other games, rain.
Monmouth, 2; Burlington, 1.
Galesburg, 5; Kewanee, 2.
Ottnmwa, 5 -5; Muscatine, 4 1.
Keokuk. 5 1; Hannibal, 2 3.
Wheeling, 2; Grand Rapids, 1.
Erie, 5; Fort Wayne, 0.
Dayton. 2; Canton, 0.
Springfield, 4; Zanesville, 2.
Youngsto.vn, 9; Terre Haute, 3.
kron-bouth Bend, game nlaved
..... . .i 1 tnlttAa lit chorea Vinnaa r Itnoili nnf
on even terms witn tne leaders at tne , "-" re-
. ..... I.Ia. Ihnn .Via moal, fl lnn'1 n it Vl f.
tnrti hut fn led in mainta n hla ter- ''" "cn. .....
rific pace at the finish.
TIiii ttitlinp t'linr ji'J n.t pvunt TWIC
poned from Monday, was won at noc I Probable that one of the Rosenf.eld
by the Grand Rapids crew by a co
ever, and continue the concerts as long
as weather permits. Meanwhile it is
In the canoe events the Grand If p
ids and Peoria Canoe clubs broke en
in events won.
Today the Southwestern association
opens its contests, while the National
association opens Friday. The summaries:
One-half mile, four-oared shell, open 1
i Mound City Rowing club, St. Louis, i
; first; Western Rowing club, St. Ixniis
cafc-o, third. Time. 2:5 2 5.
Senior single scull shell race H.
Floerke, Central Rowing club, St.
Louis, first; Oscar Wolff, Western
Rowing club, St. Ixniis, second; J.
i Kortlander, Grand Rapids Boat club,
'Grand Rapids, Mich., third. Time,
i 11:3 1-5.
i Senior for.r-oared shell race Mound
j City Rowing club, St. Ixmis, first; Cen
tral Rowing club, St. Iouis, Becond;
Mound City Rowing club, St. Louis,
I third. Time, 4:2 1-5.
Senior double scull, one and one-half
miles, with turn North Side Boat
concerts will be given there next week
j Commissioner Bear stated in the city
I council meeting Monday that it was
the intention to have one or two of the
concerts there and that next week
would probably see the flrBt one.
A patriotic and Inspirational feature
5c ADMISSION 5c
Big FREE Fiesta
Sycamore, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Thorn-
Lincoln Park Boat club, Chi-! as Marshall celebrated their 55th wed
ding anniversary here.
Rockford, 111. The eighth annual
convention of the Illinois Association
of Master Painters opened here Tues
day. Culpepper, Va. Fire burned two
stores and a mill In the business sec
tion here and threatened the whole
town. The total damage was f20,0(K),
covered by insurance.
Aalborg, Denmark Dr. Mairrice
I Egan, United States minister to Den-
eiub, Quincy, first; Grand Rapids Boat mark; Dr. Max Henius of Chicago, and
ilua. Grand Rapids, Mich., second; 'other participants in the opening of
E r tkvtJLfcj rs h
In order to -vr '1!K P0- an(1 has since made her '""uaJ-
lc ().hl. -ll.M.NOlS. LEAGUE.
Madison, 11; Appleton, 0.
in St Louis ! hioru, i; wsnnosn, z.
' I Kacine, 1; Wausau, 0.
Aurora. 5: Gree i Bay, 1.
Kankakee. 6; Canton, 1.
Streator, 1; Lincoln, 2.
Champaign, 6; Pekin, 2.
Lincoln Park Boat club, Chicago, third.
! Time, 10:01.
BETWEEN ST. LOUIS AND ST. PAUL.
Simmrr "vjulnry" Iravrf Reck Island for St. Ta il at 2 p nr. Julr 31 Anir
30 i. : .l .:. I ot St. l.-.i-.n. 12 30 p. in July '-') A :j '.. li -r.U .'
S'rann-r Si I .1 ' l.-av.. Keck Iit.aa.l f..r Se Taul at : e. m.. A jii I 15
ai.d Ji K. r St. Le ns A a. 10. 10 wnl .iu. t I: :; . p. in '
si..-, hi ... fr. f,.r reurni mv. j.r iliu.iralrd foldtrs. time crds re-
'ntt'.i'r t.d rntt 5. ml li
6TRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE, St Louis, St. Paul, or C. J. Mangan,
Agent, Rock Island, III. Telephone West 326.
ChronicUlccrs Mean Bad Blood
If outside influences were rwporsible for ctronic ulcers, then exter
nal applications an 1 simple cleanliness would be a curative treatment,
lmt the trouble is always in the blood which his becoaie unhealthy and
('.iseaaed, aad keeps the sore open by continually discharging- into it the
i:a twenties and infectious tetter with which the circulation ia filled.
Salves, wajiiie. lotions, etc., may cause the place to scab over temporarily.
dui iue bttxxj is noi rnaue purer dv sucn ireatment
and soon the old inflammation and discharge will
return and the sore be as bad or worse than before.
Nor will removing the place by surgical operation
i insure a cure; the cause still remains in the blood
land the sore is bound to return. S. S. S. heals old
I sores by going down into the blood and removing
the impurities and germs which are responsible for
the ploe. S. S. S. thoroughly purifies the circula
tion and in this wsy destroys the source of every
chronic ulct-r. In addition to Dirifvir! the blood
S. S. enriches this vital fluid and in every way assists nature in over
coming the bad enects of a chronic ulcer. I$ook on Sores and Ulcers and
aoiy xuedical advice free. fig rn;rj7 ZPZCIF1C CO, ATLANTA. CA.
Three Tie for Checker Title.
Cedar Point, Ohio, Aug. 7. In the
American championship checker tour
ney yesterday Scott defeated Craw
ford, Ginsberg defeated Goldsmith, I
Hartshorn defeated Harrigan. Horr MOUND CITY'S OARSMEN
d. feared Scott, Jordan defeated Hill.1 OUHU CDCCn at rr-oni
Winnemore defeated Lieberman, I SHOW SPEED AT PEORIA
Parnes defeated Stoddard. Klinka de-1 Peoria, 111., Aug. 7. The crack four
feated Nelson. Banks defeatd Logan, ' of the Mound CiU- Boat club of St.
Hndersou defeated Singrey. Reynolds 1 u,uis distingui. hed itself in the see
defeated Jennings, and Doric defeated jond day s regatta of the Central States
tuiemiue. nie leauers to uaie are
IN CADDIES' TOURNEY
The qualifying rounds in the cad
dies' golf tournament at Rock Island
arsenal were played yesterday morn
ing and as a result the following
youngsters will compete for honors in
the first class, the prize being $10: W.
Willace, 89; J. Grihson, 92; C. Lof
gren, !t(l; J. Cassidy, 90; L. Johnson,
!tfc; J. Krone, 9K; J. Strausser, 9K, and
A. Johnson, 101. In the second class,
in which the winner will receive ST,.
nit-iii iur.. nic leauers 10 uate are: Amnteiir Rowing SKineititlnn
Jordan. Lieberman and Ginsberg, 11; J. "bv T j T ior event In ',ilC bJ'9 Wh nUa'ified thdr S"'reS
Winnemore. Banks and Klinka. 10; : t!, ;Ia In f n,or eent in follow: L. Riepe, 106 ; W. Arnold. Ill;
Henderson. Horr. Goldsmith and Key-: Ik , ? h n R Jobns('n' ,I3: U WiIler' 115; H"
u v. the four-oared shells. Vi0,v n&- v rtir,,.L. na. i t
Beehcstobill ad Coessliug of tt.e arfl w Mllke JV. C. Anderson,
Century Boat club of St. Louis, who 120; B Esterdahi, 121; C. Motz. 121;
ior s. years nae oet n unneaien. ea- ; endrickson. 122; J. Crespin. 123; R
iij. uio.iiilliiiu lucii reiJiicacious oy
taking the senior paired oar scull
I event in hollow style, while the Detroit
senior eight won a gruelling one and
cne-fourth mile straightaway by three niornl a thIg week
t . . . , nM .Un O. T . -1 .. T . . i
' ' ' li u;n cue- oi. iuuib rujWIIlg C1UO
of St. IjouIs. with the Western Boat
club of St. Ixmis lapping the two win
ners. Florke of the Central Rowing club
Papke May Buy Restaurant.
Keokuk, Iowa, Aug 7. Billy Papke,
or.ee champion pugilist, was here to
day looking over a restaurant wiih a
view to purchasing it. Papke said that
he intended to go to Europe again
next month, where he has a couple of
matches carded. If he buys the Keo
kuk eating house he will install a com
petent manager and allow him to run
Johnson, 124; M. Ostrom, 127, and C.
One boy failed to qualify. The fi
nals will be played off durinn the
the Danish-American park, were guests
of honor at a luncheon given by the
Washington Fearing Interference
with future waterway development.
President Taft vetoed the bill to per
mit the Dixie Power company to build
a dam across White river, near Cotter,
Washington As the result of a fili
buster engineered by Minority Leader
Mann against the water power site
amendment, the house was forced to
adjourn without passing the general
deficiency appropriation bill.
London Severe fighting has begun
at Wu-Chang, China. The trouble arose
over the disbanding of troops.
Lucerne Miss Mary M. Cunningham
of New York died of heart failure su
perinduced by ptomaine poisoning as
cribed to the eating of fish.
Cologne The International League
of Nurses selected San Francisco as
ONE SOLID WEEK BEGINNING
SUNDAY--AUG. II to 17
24th St. & 3rd Ave.
All attractions furnished by
RICE & DORE
217 PEOPLE 21 CARS EARTH'S
BE8T FREE ACTS.
14 SHOWS 3 RIDES.
"Meet Your Friends on tha Midway."
the meeting place in 1915 and elected
Miss Goodrich of New York president.
Cettinje, Montenegro Frontier fight
ing between guerrilla bands and Turk
ish troops has been going on contin
uously for two days. The Turks cross
ed the Montenegro, but returned when
the Montenegrians opened fire with ar
SAVE HALF YOUR
Egyptian League la Through.
Mount Vernon, 111., Aug. 7. The
Egyptian league, whkh was composed
of Mount Vernon, Centralla, Herrin,
Quick Relief for Rheumatism.
George W. Koons, Law ton. Mich..
ays: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for !
Rheumatism has given my wife won-
derful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not lift hand or foot; tad to be ;
lifted for two months. She began the ;
nse of the remedy and improved rap- j
idly. Ou Monday she could not move
and on Wednesday she got up, dressed 1
herself and walked out for breakfast." ;
Sold bT Otto GroUaa. 1501 Second ave- j
cue. Rock Island: Gust Schiegel & ;
Son, 220 Wist Second street, Daven-
1 port. J
Open Every Evening at 7:30
Christopher, West Frankfort, Marion
iujjmiiai.il ' and Murphy sboro, has ceased to exist
cn account of poor attendance. Ray
Motion pictures, 3,000
feet of film, changed
daily. Orchestra mu
sic. Refreshments serv
ed on the grounds.
Come and Enjoy Yourselves
Fifth Ave. and Twelfth St.
JOHN ROB ART
f 0.U0 ana UP
Chapman has gone to Toledo, Ohio; f!1 kind8 of broken machinery weld-j22-K gold crowns as low as $400
Bob V.arh to Indianapolis, and Iialias i , ' Buch aB 8U:1' cabt ,Ion' tiiHt j Poreeialu crowns aa low as . . . $4,00
Bradshaw to the New York Americans.
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with you when starting on
your trip this summer. It cannot be
cttained on board the trains or
steamers. Changes of water and cli
mate often cause sudden attacks of
diarrhoea and it Is best to be prepared
gT" .mrff!4L , Sold by all druggist.
iron, brass, bronze, copper ana alum-'
li.um. We make a specialty cf this
work, all work guaranteed or money
refunded. We do good work at a rea
PHONE NORTH 3985-L
620 West Second street.
Alveolar teeth IA00 and np
Filling 50c &nd "P
I will examine your teeth
and estimate the cost of the
necessary work without chaise.
Come in today.
Dr. J. C. FREY
Boom 405 Beit Building:.