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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. 1012.
try ivKr TULZAZiSxu.
Hear Mrs. Thompson: Iw you know
of anything rhat will remove spots
from a mahogany dressing table,
where toilet water or perfume has
been f-pilW-d on it? MR3. S. F. McK.
Mar.y rcoinmnd a light rubbing
fi'.h spirits of camphor, but I am told )
is better to Ret some "rotten -our """ls. auuicuu iu e.....-
of the J. B. G club, with a few betjp I lIl flliM O U HT
friends, about 34 young people enjoy- Vf T I I H 11 1 1 If II tS h 1 1 1
ine the eames. music and contests that II l-UL I1I1U II II WllUk
I passed the evening hours One of the n B 1. 1 III ( IT V
sical romance" which awarded prizes J
to Edward Phelan and Miss Elsie;
Scheel. Miss Lillian Michel gave sev-j
erai piano solos during the evening , Charles E. Adams Now Buyer
and later dainty refreshments were
served by the hostess
and Manager of M. & K.
WORD HAS BEEX RECEIVED OF. ,.,,.,-,-,. ... -rnnc
! the marriage last Thursday of Mrs. DUIJ) IIMItritil IN iiunc
j Edna Kerr-Crampton. formerly of .
11. reduS; Resign. Po.ition With Harned Von
go over the affairs of the lodge and tt
attend the meeting of the board of
managers to be held next Tuesday at
the head office.
Miss Helen Kittilsen left today for
Wilton. Iowa, where she will visit for
the next tw-o weeks with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Faridon and son.
Jack, accompanied by J. p. Kruse of
Swift Current, Canada, loft yesterday
In their automobile for Rockford, to
attend the Master Painters' State con
vention. From there they will go to
Chicago and other points.
earth" from a painter, moisten this
with sewing machine oil and apply.
in Springfield, Vt. The couple leu ior
Europe on a wedding trip and Mrs.
Vognel will spend a year there summ
ing teem. (3 Wear it waved back ing art. The bride was formerly the
from the face and in two low coils at j-jfe 0f Ford Crampton and has sot
the back. Wear skirts to your shoe-jmade her home In Rock Island for the
Maur With Davenport Con
cern Nine Years.
Lodge No res
The families and friends of the local
lodge of Moose will have their inning
tomorrow evenine when the lodee
Again toe toant to remind you of
The Clearing Sale of Women's
and Misses Wearables at
The "Bee Hive
Iear Mrs. Thompson: How may Ij
rt i,J t . ,; a TJirli ' ncar Mrs" Thompson-I am a widow mandpd auention in all parts of the
.re HMU n and soil "' I 61 vwir8 0id. with two sons and wish countrv.
... . " . to beg a little advice about one of
( lean the stains with lemon. Rub .. -u
Charles E. Adams, one of Rock Is
land's best known shoe men. has re
past seven years. She is a well! turned to this city after having trans- j gives a social entertainment and pro-j for rpgret.
known artist and her works nave com- terrea nis Dusmess allegiances to uav-; """" m ne neia in nei
ciuo rooms in tne Illinois theatre
Tw Tt,h nnnnt h nald for the extraordinary values now being of
fered, and the women who overlook this important event will have cause
the lemon over the whole shoe. You
I them, 19 years old. He loves all
' amusements, but he hates to wont.
I enport for the past nine years, and
I has taken over the management of the
shoe department of the M. & K. store,
REGULAR MEETING. I where he will act as buyer and have
..n..nT-,o n TTTr XT' T TT . 1 1 , . . : ; . 1 . v. V. n 1.
an then polish the shoe nicely with i " . v. . f me- d v. - - --k : "
I'n iiia i e 1 ir-nrij t-u-iiniR uc vji , Hill Missionary society or ine i nueu : cusiness. ne nas ior xne past mue
'Th.'re are prepared materials for!0'0""8 and oe9 to 6ee bis wee'" : Presbyterian church met last night at j years held a similar position at the
e'ean,. K and polishing tan shoes in fcear' , is, n, drinkt'r' Bmoker orjthe home of the Misses Fredericks on Harned & Von Maur store in Daven-
th. cores, which are very good and j ambler- but 18 Iazy- I Nineteenth street. The usual study port, but having bought an interest in
Inexpensive 1 would under no circumstances j wa8 enjoyed. The next meeting of the M. & K. shoe department, he will
drive him out. for I love him. All his j Jhe Bocjet"y win be held in two weeks in the future actively identify himself
r ar Vrs Tlor.pson- fl) Wten a 1 bo' and K'rl rit'cds ar working nnd j ' with the local concern.
l,v is wMlkint 'with two girls thould ! h' sweetheart is lookine high and low I LADIES SEW. PORMkri.v ix BlsiKSS.
he" be in the middle? (2) When two 1 a position for him, but every iitiie THE LAr)IES- SEWING CIRCLE Mr. Adams vears ago was emplov-
i IiIh ;.r,d one bov get on a car that j she P",s one he ref,is- sayii.5 he iRof Rethany home met yesterday after- i eA at the Carge & Co shoe store SUD.
- t K r, nlnHH with nim Tft . - ... I
ban K-i,tB for two only, how should j . . , " ' . . noon at the home tor ineir regui.tr i sequently accepting a position with
call 011 a girl?
(.'!. Kow often t-hould a boy ... ' - , T meeting. There were eignt laaies ; tne y g. k. people
building, and a big crowd is expected.
Tom Casey is at the head of the com
mittee which is in charge of the pro
gram, and an excellent array of vocal
talent has been secured. There will
be several recitations also, and Judge
C. J. Searle will deliver an address.
that the last thr.e y-nrs.
1 IRO K EN HEARTED Mf-TI.'E It.
I 1 1 Aeeorrtinp to etlnuette ne stiou 1(1 "
whlk n. vr t(, ,.. rllrb ,2, The girls - weekly expenses for amimcrs
frhr.ul'i be t-eated. (1 Twice a week un mrs irienus
O'lht to be enoimh.
. . . If you really love thi.- t jy, Mcf.ier,
.... 1 I or, ft u-lsh to do what is bet for him.
I n;i r .Mrp 1 non;pson. ill 1 nam j -
..,,.11 s.,,,.ih warts on mv left : f'f'P talking to him an.l i"-t.
bund. How can I remove them? him Hiding wonev Eet
12, Mv two cou.Mlns. voting ladies, .him have a place to sleep in t.? house.
re romlnir to vi.it me soon. What : if you will, but do not h ,:-. 1 -m .in
vw.uld be a s-utaiae g.ft to give them? e Pas you for it He- .a n.d
,1. I Mr, al-no.-t IT. but fb.,rt. Please nouirh to bo earning .-a.r.g and
tell n,e t:- w a v to fx mv hair .-.nd ' 1'vtr.g off of his widow,-1 mo.!:!.
present and the afternoon was spent
with the work.
TO ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE.
MISS MAY O'CONNOR HAS
For 10 years
he conducted a business for himself
in the building now occupied by I.. R.
Crane & Co., at Eighteenth street and
A. H. LIITT AT HEAD OF
DISTRICT LIQUOR MEN
At the 33rd annual meeting of the
Liquor Dealers' Protective association
of the 33rd district of Illinois, held in
Turner hall yesterday, officers were
elected for the ensuing year and dele
gates were cnosen to the state con
vention to be held in Peoria Sept. 9.
10 and 11. M. J. McCarthy of Chicago,
state secretary of the association, de
livered the address of the day. The
sued invitations for a bridge party to tionally fortunate in being able to se-
f ' he given next Tuesday at t ejervarv : cure a man w ith the reputation and
,'P park in honor of her guest, Miss Mar- j business experience of Mr. Adams,
The T?relf lctflnrl nnnfnm ia cvtan. .
,, " .... . 1 oincers elected are:
President A. H. Liitt, Rock Island
Vice President Victor Van Tieg-
ion Smith, of Boston.
: who has alw ays had a reputation for
, buying only the best and most rell-
SOCIAL SUCCESSFUL. ; able footwear, and has consequently
A SOCIAL WAS GIVEN LAST always had a large follow ing.
'.evening at the home of Roy Schofer. . ,s regards his future policy, Mr.
i 4T;i6 Seventh avenue, by I). H. Le-1 Adams Kaiit mriav iv u-m ,.t;,,
Low loia- 1 :hoi.:.i wear my dreFPes. Ix.nt let mm wnee,;,e o.i jut.) :"o-,and-s ,iaKS of boyS cf Edgewood Bap to handle onlv the best and hiPhesr
for '11H . , . - 0
I VOI'ISITI VE vidmtr for him. when it is
(It Afk your doctor about this, j own good that you should be firm and
(2l You i-houid not give presents to-even harsh, if necessary.
. tjsr v.
JltlS. -JIM a
THE YOl'NC, PEOPLE'S SOCIETY
of the I'nited Presbyterian church will
hold a picnic at the Watch Tower to-
1 morrow evening. All of the members
of the ehurth and their friends are in-
viteil. Supper will be served at
Igradj footwear to be obtained on the
hem. East Moline.
Recording Secretary Bert Bios-
Corresponding Secretary Fred
Schmidt, Rock Island.
Treasurer August DeClerk, Kc
The delegates to the state conven
tion from Roclt Island are John Ohl-
market. as in the past, as nothing is j weiler, Timothy Collins and W. H.
too good for the M. & K. trade." j Hoaley; from Moline, Bert. Brostrom.
Oscar Carlson, Barney Johnson; from
131TC rfcTI fl I IJ"'B"M'7r-C Kcwanee, Charles Knight. The next!
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bruner and fam-
7 ily visited friends in Reynolds touay.
A. J. Beverlin is in Indianapolis. Ind.
Court of Honor, No. SI will give a He is expected to return to the city
cinch party tomorrow afternoon at the , Friday.
(home of Mrs. Iowa Trefz, 1913Vi Sec-! Miss May Wil.lhack of Pekin, 111.,
ond avenue. , js visiting with her cousin. Miss Myr-
The members of the Sunday school tie Schroeder
;of South Park chapel will enjoy their Mr8 p K. Harrincton and Mrs.
.annua, outing in the form of a trol- 1 G,or Rir.hrnond are at Cf) ,QW
I j Thursday afternoon, the car!for a two wwks. sojouni.
leaving the church at 3 o'clock. All . ,
Mr. ana 3irs. t . lleathberc and
meeting is to be held at Kewanee. A
; banquet followed the business session.
! members of the congregation have
I been requested to be at the church at
daughter Helen, have returned after a
two weeks' visit at Kewanee.
ELIOT'S DAUGHTER TO WED.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAE., ALU. 7.
When Dr. Charles W. Eliot, Harvard's
H-and old man. left New York, accoin
paniiii by Mrs, Kliol and his grand
iiuueht. r. Miss Ruth Eliot, last No
vel .1.. r did not know that Dan Cu
pid as a 11. ember ot tne party, w lien ,ai)(ir u:iv, the pic nic to start about
the party airbed here from the ori.-:i ' j 0-, !(.k aI1(i ail ()f th. IIU.nibers of
cn t!i- hi,.r ,'bii..t the prest nc of th ' ,),, (.ulrcii and their friends to be 111-?iiil.-
t.l was ap-are.a u eV-u Hi" vited. A committee has been appoint
.tMi;.l observtt that Wi. Elo.t liasteu- eJ to' n:ake arrangements.
1 I ,0 atnioii'ii tl-o engagement f ,
Miss Ruth to Roger Pi-rce. Dr. Eliot's ; PURCELL-RILEY.
hec r.t.iry. v !n-ii :ir. rien e. a crauii
; te t.f llararl. h.ss of 11"4. heard
th,.t Dr El."t had concluded to take
11 Kerretarv on his world trio he cb- company
t.,,tnd 1. axe of absence from a Pot..:i , Vl11- 1- w h(irt" " carried Sat
inbl.shing house and became Dr. Ell- '" evening to Mrs. Mabel M. Riley
,fs amanuensis. Just when the ro- aug!it.T ' - Charles E
manre l,.-:,n is a .,u.st.on. Neither Turner of Virginia. Ill, Rev. F. A
,f,i... , ,, 1.. ,it 1..11 li, t..-t .McCarthy performing the ceremony
0 o'clock with baskets for a nicnic.
Hereafter the German Sisters will . Mr- and Mrs- Sc:hroether and daugh
hold their meetings at Turner hall u'r- GIati'8. have returned from a vis
itibtead of Beselin's hall. The society h of three weeks in Michigan.
: meets tomorrow afternoon ! Miss Acnes Haslev of Pirtohnro-ri
at the home i.f Ansgar Anderson, 1412, Thp 1aj,.8. Altar KOf.ipty of st Jos. I'a.. is in the city visiting for several
Twelfth street. Rev. S. G. Hatcglund ;r.r,h'R Catholic church will u o f. ' days with her brother. .1 J Uaelov
! fee and social at the home of Mrs. 1 Miss Rose Wexelman of Chicago is
J. L. Kinney, 944 Twenty-second visiting for a few clays at the home
street, Tuesday afternoon and even- of Miss Fannie Gellernian, 426 Elev-
ing. Aug. 20. j cnth street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bredar. 54C Twenty
fifth street, left yesterday for Fort
Madison, Iowa, where she will visit
DUTIES AT PEOPLE'S STORE for SPV, ral
-Mrs. I.. Ixinne. 318'i Twentieth
read a paper cm the subject, "Tht
Firmness of the Church." Following
the paper, tin- 1, embers of the soc iety
indulged in an iniormal discussiou ol
the Mibjcct. Arrangements were made
for a picnic at Long Ykw park on
STORK WILL VISIT
Plenty of Tailored Suits to Choose From at One-Half
TV,. ta;tA it. frr fall have heen but slichtly affected by fashion's
! vagaries, and this fact makes the garments now on sale at one half former
prices ail tne more ciesirame.
Skirts at $2.98, $3.98 and $4.93
The remarkable savings now possible on these high class separate
skirts should interest every thrifty, economical woman in this vicinity.
Linen and White P. K. Skirts at $1.50
Another shipment of these desirable summer skirts just received
from our buyer now in New York. All sizes several soles to choose from,
end all special values at the price. $1.50.
Bargains in the Waist Section
Hundreds of dainty lingerie, silk and chiffon wa!sts now reduced Tor
quick clearance. An Immense variety to seUvt from, and all priced a fourtn
to a half less than regular.
Coats at Bargain Prices
Cloth coats, silk coats, linen coats and r.iin coats. If you are contem
plating the purchase of a coat of any kind for now or early fa. I. here is
vour opportunity to save at least a fourth, and in many instances n great
deal more, on most desirable garments. Models that will be m 6od style
for months to come.
All Silk Dresses Reduced
No only the silk dresses but hundreds of tub and lingerie dierses. to
gether with house dresses, kimonos, dressing sacques. petticoats and chil
Every Department Holds Something of Interest
Both in merchandise and price.
Visit the different sect'ons. watch our windows perhaps just the garment
you may be needing will be found among these now specially priced.
Tie 3EE HIVE
Corner Second and 'Brady Sts. 'Dabenport, Iowa
IE " " Art"-: .: ..:.:v..':,
NEW MANAGER ASSUMES
M. R. Gross of Chicago has accepted s(r ' J o .
a ,ks.uo,i as manager of the People's hon, by llne68 for ,he ' eek. is
s'ore, ?,19 Twentieth street, and as-' . , K.
ROY PI" RCELL
connected with the
aj;ain able to be about.
Miss Blanche Skallberg. clerk in the
Bell Telephone a similar position with the Hub store' "' OI" ' e ''" "ils morning for a
i.i., -.-nr, tdLTrtllllll aiiCl Willi
sumes his duties at once. Mr. Gross
MOLINE, has for a number of years past held
they prefer S'.mply to verify the story;
i.t t:.ir V! rnmt ti t witb.mt rmv
. tir iii,-f.t It unv rte the roimle !
'. .'turned Tuesdav morning, expecting to
wi :-- mi ach others cotnpan -i co.id
c'i al from the time the steamer sailed
frc in New cnk.
THE MEMBERS OF THE MEN'S
km i.-tv of .ion Lutheran church were
treated last ewuit.g at their meet lug
nt the home of Carl Norrman. 4T.n;
K''l aw line, to a paper by Dr. C.
V.'. 1'oss on th" "Religious Moxement
of th.- Middle Ages" The Waldenses
vc-c taken up in particular and prac
t;ca'l a h. story of that tribe of peo
ple, taking the in from the time before
..... . at Massillon. Ohio, from which nhice
went ,-aturciay to .tac ksoii- . . - r..1a,i. p-o,,, i ,
tii comes very nigmy recommetided. . ' "
He succeeds William Kupper, who has' Hr. F. A. Smith and C. R. Chamber-ic-signed
to engage in business else-il'n. who have been attending the ses
where. J sions of the bull moose convention in
jChic-i,so, returned to Rock Island last
POSLAM SOAP SOOTHES I Mrs. U Marks and daughter, Eliza-
BABY'S TENDER SKIN1"111, -4"4 '-"fh-andahalf avenue-, left
today for Chicago, w here they will vis
it wtih relatives for a couple of weeks.
Mrs. I.. Kuheneman left Jast evening
The only attendants were Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Purcell, aunt and uncle
bridegroom. The couple re-
line Power company's addilion, $2,
850. I Myra Walker to George Otto, lot 3.
block 1SS, East Moline, $4:.0.
Ftirprise friends here, but the news
had travel, d before them. The heme
for the present is at 24:tt Fifth avenue.
Safest and Most Beneficial for Toilet
and Bath Absolutely Pure.
Mrs. Oscar LewIohn.
It is reported from England that
the former American actress, Edna
May, now Mrs. Oscar Iewisohn, is
about to become a mother. Edna May
was for some years a great favorite
on the stage in the United States and
she has been greatly missed. She is
one of the few actresses who have re
nounced the stage utterly. During her
recent visit to America she asserted
that her home and her husband fill
her life and she has no desire for the
Esther S. Fells to Henry P. Stapley,
I lot 9, block 1, Smalley's Sec ond street
Rudgren & Johnson to R. II. Hoff
man, lot 4, block 2, Rudgren John
son's addition, $1.
Andrew Bergstrand to Charles
Lindbloom, part north west Vi. sec
tion 2 17-2.
Bertha Brady to Edward Dougher
ty, part north west V, 2-17-2, $1,
Hartzell & Palmer to Frank Bart-!
ling, lot 8. block 2. Palmer Ac Hart-j
zell's addilion, ?200. j
Robert E. Ryan to Eliza A. Gleason, I
part lot 1, block 2, P. Gregg's addi '
tion, $10. j
Frank E. Lundquist to Charles C. I
Olson, lot 'J, block 1, Island View ;
I. eights, tl. I
Joseph G. Wood burn to G. K. S-v in-;
on. tract in i- nth vcsl V. steti n
1-17-,:.. $4 0.'
Josephine Nycjuist to George H. 1
Chase, part lots 8 and 9, block 0, Mo-j
In buying a coui;h medicine, don't be
afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There Is no clanger from
it, and relief is sure to follow. Es
pecially recommended for coughs,
colds and whooping cough. Sold by
Rock Island Transfer
Storage S Coal Co.
Office, 1714 Third Avenue.
Coal Yard 2109-13 Third Avenue
Springfield lump coal.
Sherman lump coal.
TELEPHONE WEST 985.
for fier home in Wheatland. Vyo., afterj
MEET AT VANDER VEER.
THE MEMBERS OF THE LONG-
Poslam Soap surprises and delights pending two months with her niece,
every uaer. It is more than a me re j Mrs- fJa"s Schroeder, 921 Twentieth
soap a soan plus healing goodness, j street.
Its superiority Is in its sbsolute pur- Superintendent of Schools H R
fellow Card club met yeste-rday after- ity, its antiseptic and germicidal qual-; Havden who has been visiting at the
noon at Yander Veer park in Daven- iu healthful uhm. honie of his par(.nt8 in Iioston, Ma8e.,
port, beirg ent.itamtd by Mrs. Jcd.n ootained by meclia'ion with-poslain. : for the past month, returned to the
Waidelich. Three tabl-s of 5',.i were, the reat skin remedy, making every : city last nicht
,.....i I ,,. t,,.,,., u s,.rvwi t.v th.. UsH of ,l!'s s:'i- f"f toik-t or bath, i
l.,.-d. Luncheon was served b the a ,.p uf positive benetit. I Mrs. C. A. Liitt, who for the past
hostess The next meeting will be Poslarn Sua., is without equal for five months has been sojourning at
held at Vand.-r Ve. r park. Mrs. Henry tender skiii : the ideal nursery soap, Bakersfi(.iH atJ i t L .rZl rlf il
, , . ' . ... erateful, soothing and non-irriUitine. aersneia and Eos Angeles, ( al., is
the re formation until a later nerio.l . ' - , r.v er v nwMuer may reiy upon us at expectea to return to her home in this
in Eurcperiii history, was given. Yng-
e Joranson pleased the company with
two vocal solos and C. G. Ixinbe-rg
gave a readi-g It was the regular ,oy strwt I lavc-nport, entertained at
ii'ti'iaa: oi i ne socieij anu no uubi
tes was transacted.
,'V,' :,.l,'1"A.""ui" . icity next Mondav.
I UMdlll OUajJ lUctlr tSJUlUlfXIUIiS ;
ARRANGE FOR SOCIAL.
fntprtaimc rniieiKic clear, hands soft. beaut.neB the skin ; Miss Agnes Uhlman, 1136 Four-
ENTERTAINS COUSINS. and improves its color and texti;re. 1 teenth-and-a h alf etreet his reHiimed
MISS CNFS GILLIN OF 17 RIP- The best shampoo for dandruff sr-at- I J . a 3 Calf e,rPet bas rfsumed
, Ij neneni lai wneuever scaip uimcill- oi oui uros., biict ueniK
1 ties e-xist. rotifinert in Vi ,-. t.. fnv tha n'.a
a pretty little party Monday evening; I'misually large and lastine cake:!t,vo .,,. " "l ' niriA
at her home in honor of her cousins. Pice. 20 cents F.,r sale by A. J. , Wlth a "Prained ankle.
Misses Margaret and Rose Gillin. of ; iV.TntV ' Kolfs and j Mr- Mr.. C. E. Johnson and
Pittsburgh, and Miss Mary Gillin of For free sample of Poslara Soap. : augnter Ethel. 931 Fifteenth street.
leave tonignt tor omatia, rxen. Alter
. i . ;M f . I. V. . .. ...ill
, rj.y J .m.sj ij3ii iu ijiiiaiia, iiit-v 111
' . v r trx I ' -.1 v , T l
ia.f, ilil visil .l : . J on II belli I:
sister. Mrs. H. Ekdahl.
THE MEN S SOiIETY OF THE ! Allegheny City. Pa., wvfco are visiting,? to 'hP Emereency laboratories, i ltave tonight fo
First Suedish church met last night I in the city. The guests were members , c'iu ,niy-nrni btreet. New lurk a few days' visi
C s vv yr
Important Offering Wash Waists Thursday 33 Off
A thorough cleaning of all broken line-s and soiled or mussed war.
wais's planned for Thursday. Aug. 6 presents au opportunity of securing
some exceptional values at a very low price. These waists come in tin,
jr. ttiest imaginable styles, many having embroidered fronts in artistic ar.u
The Importance of the offering; is emphasized by mention of the fact that
uch well known makes as Geisha. Wilson. Triangles and Bijou, noted the
country over for 'heir superior quality, fit and style, will be included in
the offering Many different styles will be shown, affording a choice that
is seldom equaled in an offering of this kind.
Waists zvorth 79c to S10 Thursday 3 3 Reduction
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berkshire and
son, Howard, have returned from a
two weeks' vacation trip. They vis
ited friends in Omaha for a week and
for the past seven days have been
camping on the Cedar river, near Mos
Mrs. Herman Schwecke and daught
ers, Frievia and Ethel are visiting
friends and relatives in St. Paui.
They also expect to visit for several
days in Minneapolis before beginning
rr.e homeward journey which will be
made via the Mississippi.
Joseph M McQuald. general chair
man of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Fireman and Eneinemen of the Rock
l:lai:d lines, who was formerly located
in Rock Island, arrived in the city
this morning from Chicago on busi
ness. Mrs. Alice Gilliland of Springfield,
supreme manager of the Roval Neigh-
"To furnish the Best Grade
of Telephone Service which
skill and money can supply"
To carry out this policy:
SKILLED ENGINEERS arc constantly studying and
developing plans and methods to improve our plant
and apparatus, and to reduce the number oi accidents
and interruptions to the service.
OPERATING EXPERTS, by close supervision and study,
arc reducing to a minimum, errors, delays and com
plaints of inattention, and are educating and training
our operating forces to serve the public courteously
Communications regarding service, rates or
complaints, will receive prompt attention.
Central Union Telephone Co.
A. J. BEVERLIN. Manage
i bore, of America came here 'M j it