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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1913.
'raised. It is quite apparent that the 'teen organized in Milan, will give a:
; business mea of Davenport who have DOX sociable Friday, Feb. 5, al the
. responded to the league's appeal ap- . . , ,, T
.v, . .u . vii u v. home of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Ris-1
i predate the fact that while they will i
1 not be the direct beneficiaries of the ncl1- '
increased value of the eonntv's rrnns Preston Palmer of Des Moines is !
as a result of thi. Im.' u-nrt n,at , iwir, .;., v,; v, . v, r- ,,. 0h stives of Peter Plooe
- " ..-.-. I isiLN ttllU U1B LIUlilCia, ucui fctr auu
who left Moline
they will at least share indirectly in James, and Miss Nona Dack of South afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 22, j McKinley school here Saturday.
The Monday club met Monday even
inn at the home of Miss Pauline Bow
man. After the business meeting a
' social time was enjoyed with games
and musical numbers. A delicious
i luncheon was served by the hostess.
28th, in Joliet. At that time he was
out, of money. His plan was to stop
with his sister on arrival in Chicago.
His sister, however, is in Moline and
her house in Chicago is closed. Ploog
Fractured Jaw Result of Fight.
Charles Adams, a button cutter, is
l.ng in Mercy hospital with a fractur
ed Jaw bone, as the result of practic
ing the "manly art" with a fellow the enhanced prosperitv of the com
workman, Tony Clark, Thursday after- munlty. Practically every merchant
i.oon at the Davenport button factory, approached expressed his entire will-
. darns was at. work at his machine ingness to cooperate with the leagHe
when Clark made his appearance. In and subscribed for the amount re-
a belligerent manner, the latter ac- quested of him.
ctbed Adams of circulating false o
u,ne. Auams lurnea irom nis ma-; Obituary Record. Ivan Burdette Those present were as follows: Mrs.
cb.ne as Clark struck him on the side Srrague. aped 28 years, diea at 10 James D Rishell, Mrs Charles A.
of the lace, lie f-ll unconscious. When o'clock Thursday evening at his home, Hell, leaders, and the Misses Emma
he revived it as found that the hinge 111:';, West Third street, after an ill- Seefeldt, Marie Milstead, Bernice
of the jaw was broken, the bone be- ness of over two years' duration. Tu- n'i vv RhnsHamcr iHh Martin
i:tg splintered. It will be five weeks berculosis was the cause of death. The Kahervn White Florence Hull Ethvl ha1 never been in Chicago in his life,
or more before the injured man will df ceased was born in Illinois, Oct. 4, Gdenzopf Maud Hull and Miss Jean ajd tne fact that no word has come
regain the use of the jaw. ; 18S4, and has been a resident of this : Welsh of Rock Island. j from hIm ln tnree days cau8es the
city for several years. Tie "Tas a: The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres-' worr'- H,s brother. Herman Ploog,
Plan Reliability Auto Run. Daven- tailor and until he became too ill for byterian church was entertained Frl-,left; at noon yesterday for Joliet to
port. men. officers of the Iowa Sttle 'crk. plied his trade. He is survived day afternoon at the home of Mrs. !,a!ie "P the search there.
Automobile association, announce a ' by a wife, and one brother in Daven- i wuhani Dickson. After the meeting. " o
f.ve-day run. sociability and reliability Port. ! refreshments were served. plan New Business Block. One of
through Iowa for 1S13. Plans are all j o j Mrs. Albert Danielson and brother. 'the fine new buildings promised for
ready in the making for the tour,) Reward for Arret of Slayer. A re- Leonard Kll, attended the funeral of .Fifteenth street this season Is a iwo
vhlch will pass over some of the prin i ward of $100 Is offered by the Daven- their cousin, Mrs. Kell McLaughlin of story brick structure to be erected by
cipal cniHB-state and other main high- Pert Vinegar & Pickling works for the Reynolds, who uied a few days ago. jCharles Winkler, proprietor of the
ways and strike practically every one arrest and conviction of the masked Robert Hull is ill at his home in ! Clear laundry, contracting bids oa
of the larger cities of the state. Presi- robber who shot and killed Erne6t Dall- 'Dickson street and is threatened with j which will be opened Tuesday, Feb. 4.
dent Decker French and Secretary dcrf, the groceryman, Wednesday typhoid fever. (Thls structure, to cost about $18,000,
LetHe Stni'h of the state association, ', night. From the expression of opin- Miss Ruth Ruge visited Sunday at ; will go up on the west side of Fif
i.oth of Davenport, are making the lnT1 which was heard on every hand ;pP home of her cousin, Miss Saun- j teenth street, just south of Eighth ave
p:itjs for the run. It is planned to among local business and professional , u-ts, of Davenport. jnue Specifications prepared by Eck-
called on friends in Silvis last wee'k. '
Charley Rooch is sick. I
Mrs. Francis Stephens has recov- j
ered from a recent illness.
Mrs. David Stout formerly of Silvis !
"ow cr lowa visited here
j Mrs. I. B. Faulkner of Trenton. Mo.,
i is a guest of Charles Frew and family.
Mrs. H. Mier was paid a visit fev her
; sister. Mrs. F. Edwards' of Rock Is
i Mrs. Jessie Brown and two daugh
; ters Alice and Ruth returned home
, to Osborne after visiting relatives In
! Mrs. Ethe". Adams of Rock Island
i was a visitor at the Phelp home last
! William and Grant McKenrich spent
Fear for Safety of Pedestrlan.-Rel- ! Su?y at C arbon Cliff with relatives.
' Robert Oumn has hn ill
A teachers' institute was held at the
in an attempt to walk to Chicago in ! Mr. Mannering and family have
four davs to win liO which he said moved her,? from Colorado,
had been offered him by a Moline man-1 n."in d F- W Kurgin
facturer in event he turned the trick. i ? ' M-"e1vl81to at the home
are apprehensive for his safety. Ploog 1 sixth tT Ckea family of
was last heard from on luesaay, tne
utart from Davenport some time dur- nin today it is probable that others
irg Jun or July. The tourists will will Johi in the movement thus started
'i around the s'ate and finish up at ami that the reward will be dwelled by
Un enport on tho night of the fifth day, ' donations to several hundred dollars.
according to the purpose of the ten- A communication from the Davenport
; Vinegar & Pickling works is as fol-
o lows: "We wish to head a list with an
Sweetmsn Is Sentenced. Charles offer of a reward of $100 for the ar-
Sweetman. auinst whom a charge of rest and conviction of the nian who
lewrhieHH was found in an indictment : killed Mr. Dalldorf. Our reason for
Kugrne Cressy is ill with the grip iund & DeArment, architects, call for
at his home on Dickson street. ;a modern brick building with ground
Xewton Looby and son, Bruce, are ill .'dimensions of 32x112 feet. The first
with the grip at their home on Grant jfloor aml basement will be glveu over
E'rcet. entirely to the Clear laundry, which
Mrs. John Stauback and daughter, t ajms to have onp of the mo8t comi,iete
Helen, or kock isiana are Mbiuuis establishments of its kind in the state.
Three; five-room flats will occupy tie
the home of Mrs. Stauback's mother,
Mrs. Ash Fitzsimmons.
The Fp worth league of the Milan
returned by the grand Jury, hax been 1 fln g to help put down crime. ,' Methc d:st Episcopal church will give
sentenced to the county jail for three
iicnths. Ho was found guilty of hav
ing abandoned an infant child, whom
he and I'earl Denney left on the door
steps of the llurnielffer home in North
Sues for $10.000. Sun aguinst the
Kock Island Brewing company for the
Mini of $l'i,iimi was Pled e;-.lenlay in
the district court for the death oT Mrs.
Lena Lane. The plaintiff. Cornelius
Lane, as ndiniuistralor, claims that she
was killed by the negligence of the
1 fendant company's employes, she
We believe that all criminals should
b-- hunted down and punished regard
Ie:.s of what the crime may be. We
, believe that every business house in
, the city should join in raising a fund
: st'lficfent to induce expert detectives
to take up this case. Davenport Vine
gar - Pickling works, P. L. Donegan,
manager." The inquest on the death
of Ernest DulldiTf has been .postpon
ed for a few days on the possibility of
tin- police securing additional evi
df nee. Dalldorf was born Aug. 2, 1SS3,
in (lerisheim. bei Dusseldorf, Cer
ninnv, and came to this country and
Robs Freight Depot of $3.50. Using
a brakeshoe key as a "jimmy," a rob
ber forced open a window in the Bur
lington freight depot between 6 o'clock
Thursday night and 6 yesterday morj-
jing, and then broke into a cash drawer
and stole $.".50. The robbery was dis
covered by a janitor when the freight
office was tpered by him. Conditions
in the huslding moved without possi-
hi death. Surviving are the parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Johann Dalllirf, two
brothers. Will'am and Fritz Dalldorf,
aw! one sister, Mrs. Herman Albrecht,
all residing in Daveuport.
hrving been run down by one of its ' lavenport IS years ago. hor the
mirks at Se'oml and Warren m reels l'"-'1 two years he has conducted the
a week n go. !
Hurt Jumping from Car. C. D H. I
Koepke. an emplove of the arsenal,
wast caught between a moving street
car and ti post at the car barns
tenlny morning vvhn he attempted to!
aliyht from the moving car and severe
ly bruised. Koepke was on bis way
to work, and had gotten inside the car.
Seeing h" whs not on an arsenal car,
h. leaped from the step just as the
ei.' win leaving the ti.-iin. and was i
eaught between an Iron post at the
cl'ti'Hiii'e of the but'ding.
n supper at the M. E. church parlors
ert-ic sday evening, Feb. 12.
Miss Charity Ann Walker, who for
the past few months has been visit
ing at the home of her daughter in
Hamburg, Iowa, returned home Mon
dav. .M.ss Ieonora Nice spent Sunday in
Miau lsn-t Rseehman of Mo'.ine Vis
ited Wednesday at the home of her We doujt that the marauder took all
ct-ii-in Miss Emma Kuehl, of Milan, .the time he wanted to finish the job
Noble Kuehl entertained a number ' f-id that he wss not worried by fear of
of his friends at a birthday party jRpnrehe.ihinn.
Tin sday evening. Games were played j o
through the evening after which a de- Board Sets Franchise Terms.
lit ions three-course supper was served. ! Among other things that the village
Subscribe $460 for. Crops Improve
ment. The members of the finance
committee of the Scott County Farm
Improvement league are meeting with
a splendid response in their efforts to
collect Jl.r.tin in the city of Uaven
pcrt to ln l finance the crop improve
rs nt work throiithouf the county.
During the las' few das since the
committee be;m work $4t'.c has been
small grocery store where he came to Those present were the Misses Flor- board of Silvis will insist upon if a
etue. Bernice and Maud Irull and Carl ' franchise is granted to the Automatic
a.d Ernest Nice. Home Telephone company for con-
Mrs. William Kale, Jr., of Moline struct.ion of its proposed extension into
srnt Tuesday at the home of fer . that village is that the street a.id alley
mother-in law, Mrs. William Kale, Sr. committee assume direct supervision
The Ladies' Aid society of the Mi-; over it' work whicn the promoters
an Presbyterian church, gave a i may undertake in the planting of
supper and an entertainment at the poles fand laying t f conduits. Not al
town hall Thursday evening, 'vie pro- together satisfied with the terms out
ceeds to be used for remodeling the lined in the ordinance prepared by the
church. The affair was very well at- phone company for ratification the
tel.. led. i board some time ago ordered F. H.
iRailback, village attorney, to alter iiie
A lew minutes delay in treating measure to co.iform with ideas accpi
some cases of croup, e.-en the length a,)1(J to ,hp silvjs t;ov,.I.lline .,oai.(t a3 ,
of lime it takes to go for a doctor ven rj hts ani ;imitati()Ils The Automat-
proves aangerous. i ue miwi i io f.cn,,,any wi1 )iave to agIW to fr.
I MILAN I !
Hubert Faber of Rock Island was a
Milan caller Tuesday.
Tony Killihau of Alberta. Canada,
visited Wednesday with Milan friends.
The W. M. B. so'iety will meet on
Friday afternoon. Feb. 7, at the home
of ;rs. Fred P.oulton. Mrs. Boulton
anc. Mrs Fred Davis will entertain.
Phil F. Zahn left this week for
Fond du Iac, Wis, where he will
Mr and Mis. J. Arreiid and children
and Miss Elsie Davis of Milan were
Mo'ine visitors Sunday.
The boy scouts, who have recently
William J. Absams came home from
Iowa Falls Wednesday to visit his
Mioses Evylin Waldron, Pearl and
Helen Ball spent Sunday with Mrs.
Ida Brymeier or Carbon Cliff.
The following program was given
at school by the seventh and eighth
Vocal Duet Mi'.dred Peterson and
Bernice Kirkpatrick. j
Readings Letitia Korning. j
Vocal Solo Ella Thompsn.
Reading Pearl Ball.
Piano Duet Mrs. Huff and Miss :
Katie Crowder. !
Reading Laura Mae Thomas. I
Reading Edna Johnson. j
Piano Solo Josephine Nelson. '
Reading Ethel Clarke. j
W. Gainley of Carbon Cliff spent
The Royal Neighbors installed their
officers Tuesday evening. A nice sup
per followed the installation.
Mrs. W. Daily is recovering from
a recent illness. '
Mrs. Emma Ball was visited by her '.
daughter of Taylor Ridge.
Rev. Mr. Monroe of Woodstock, 111., I
who is planning the building of a Bap- :
tist church in East Moline preached
in Silvis Sunday. i
George Nichols is ab'.e to attend to j
his duties at his coal office after being
laid up with several broken ribs. !
A new confectionery store has been
opened in Victor Dumbeck's store ;
building on Ninth street. i
E. E. Hutcheson of Chicago was is '
Silvis last woek. j
Conrad Shadt has opened a real :
estate office on First avenue. '
A. Jones spent part of last week in
Hillsdale and vicinity. J
Miss Alice Cain and mother and Jos-
eph Cain of Colona visited friends here j
Mrs. Crossley had as a guest Tues- j
day Mrs. McVery of Davenport. j
Miss Ora Redmond's Sunday school
class met at her home last Saturday, j
In two weeks they will meet with Miss
Mrs. G. W. Walker is at Mineral
where her daughter is ill.
Henry Corbin is visiting friends in
Mrs. E. Murphv was unable to at
tend to her duties as clerk in John-
son's store part of last week on ac- j
count of illness. i
Best Office Building
: : : : 2d Ave., 17th St.
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BATCHKl.OKH, II. U. Jt CO t4
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CUl.LltHlKS l U .'.01
1H1-CITV COAL CO a
to Keep . namuer.ams v uufu .r.ncu, j, fl. t,,1(M)ljones for 1Isp cf v
i.i iiie uouse aim " ...-.v. g ()f!k.er, m.,u
ticn of croup give tne cniia a aose.
Pleasant to take and always cures.
(4d by all druggists.--1 Adv.)
the news all the
mi'Ke no charge To. ser
vice until 3.UII-") instruments are in ser
vice in Moiine. East Moline, Silvis and
jWatertown and make agreement offor-
fv iielture to the villa-e in case of vion
tlme The-: ,. , . ,
j complianee. tcg ther with other pro-
j visions, before it will lie given a fran-
: J chise.
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, Obituary Record. Eileen. Infant
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G.
try x w:oi.ir
Lives There a Woman with a Soul So Dead
Who Docs Not Want Nice Hair on Her Head?
Vrtai;;l not : Every ouian admires beautiful hair and wants it. Every woman can have nice hair.
Net tV.e k ial that n.ay be purtLased nt the store, but real live hair growing on her own head. There
is nothing adds so V.uch to woman s charm as a nice head of Duffy hair. It is not difficult to hav
nice hair. If not interfered with the hair will gTow long and luxuriantly.
The most destructive and most prevalent form of hair trouVe is dandruff. HERPICIDE eradicates
ti is autuning accumulation, keeps the scalp clean and prevents the hair from falling out. This al
low tbe follicles not already atrophied to sprtug into life, shooting forth from the tiny dormant pa
pilla new healthy hair.
experience marvelous beceflt from the first application. The terrible itching which is Indicative
of dandruff stops at once. The hair becomes glossy and lustrous v ith a beauty that always Indicates
a clean, healthy scalp. More men and women have gotten positive results from the use of Newbro's
Herpicide than from all othc remedies combined Vhy tVe"n court possible disappointments by using
nn off brand hair remedy when you can just as easily and cheaply have Herpicide. "Ti: - o - rial
Dandruff Germ Destroyer?" It makes all hair beautiful.
THE HERPiCIDE CO., Dept. 81 B, Detroit, Michigan.
will, upon receipt of ten cents ln postage or silver send a sample bottle and valuable pamphlet about
the hair to any address.
Herpicide in 50 cents and $1 sizes may be found at all toilet gectis counters. Ask your own dealer
for It. If you are not tatit-f.ed he will refund your money. Applications obtained at the better bar
ber shops and hair-dressing parlors.
I.iiii'lberg, passed away from the home,
122.r Fourth strert. at 10:12 yesterday
morning. She was born last Tuesday.
The funeral of Mrs. J. A. Hurley,
who died Thursday afternoon, will be
held tomorrow afternoo.i at 2:30 from
the Moline Baptist church. Rev. 1. G.
Aitrhison of Chicago officiating. Lillian
Gertrude ".Vei!tel was born ln Joh.ison
burg. Fa.. July 11, IbTh. She attended
The western township Sunday
school convention wil". be held in Ori
on at the Baptist church Feb. 23, af
ternoon and evening.
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Harper of Gales
burg will arrive in Orion Monday
morning to assist Rev. M. Brink in a
two weeks' revival service at the M.
E. church. Invitation is extended to
all Orion people to attend these meet
ings. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E.
church meets with Mrs. H. W. Bailey
Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 5. The
text word is "Glory."
Mrs. H. H. Rhodarmer is in Milan
this week, called there on account of
F. O. Gust&fson has received his
new Abbott-Detroit automobile.
Rev. D. S. McCown of Tonica, 111.,
visited in Orion Wednesday.
Ralph Johnson of Aipha called on
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bOLDfeKS. UR. J. C 44TRI-STATE OIL CO 613
IN THE HEART OF ROCK ISLAND
All Street Cars Stop Right at the Entrance
. . .302
INSURANCE FIRE. SUITE.
HIBBAKU Jt TO.N.X 400
KKKLL, 12. H 613
UAICHEK, V. C 507
INSURANCE LIFE. .
C'OI.t'MBIA NATIOXAL l.IKfcl
o( Uoatou) OOS
Ill'UlIKS A PRATT 413
ILLINOIS LIFE INS. (0 400
METROPOLITAN LIFE (of
ti. V.) SOU
HEW YORK LIFE (of N. Y.)....1SI
CIT HATE LOAN CO 304
ITUELITY LOAN CO 44)3
LOANS REAL ESTATE.
LI DOLPII, W. 1 30S
SCIIROEUER, C. J 30&
WILSON, MISS U1.AMIIE 410
REAL ESTATE LANDS.
HIBHAK1) A TOW 400
lil'tillES A PRATT 413
KRE1.L, E. II 013
LIBERTY MK!.. CO. (lire p-
MALONEY, E. A. AUV 311
MOLINE TIMBER CO 001
M. PAC. RAILWAY CO (local
ROSEN' FIELD. W. A &Od
TRI-CITY. BLS1NESS EXCU 574
sie Baker will explain the work at
tempted in phonetics and Miss Craig
the aims of construction. ' There will
be other addresses.
Mrs. Wilson a.id son Harry of Mitch
ell, S. D , are visit ins at the home of
Mrs. H. H. Klioadarmer and daugh
ter Bertha were in the tri-cities Tues
day. Harry Orr, who has been, working
in Sheesley's burlier simp fur nearly
two weeks, left Monday for his home
j at Hillsdale.
A son was born t,o Mr. and Mrs. Ed
; ward Wilson Sunday, Jan. 2H.
j A Lincoln program will be given at
ithe Ladies' Aid so i'-ry meetint? at the
; home of Mrs. H. W. Bailey. Au invi
jra'ion is extended to all Interested.
' The next number of the lecture
course series conies Thursday evening.
iFeh. f. "The Concert Favorites" will
-land Shiirn at CohI Vallev Tuesdav.
The Mothers' association met at the
home of Mrs. J. E. Mumrna Wednesday
afternoon. A large number was pres
ent and a pleasant, and profitable after
noon was spent. At this meeting it
was decided to include all the school
teachers of Orion as well as those
teaching ri th Orion schools ln this
society, thus changing 'he name from
Mothers' association to Teachers' and
Mothers' association. It was also de
cided to have meetings every two
weeks at the home of some ono of the
members and at these home meetings
take up some book or books on Child
Llf;! for study and discussion, which
will be suggested by I'rof. Odenweller.
Once each mouth an open program will
be given at, the high school. The next
open program will be given at the high
afternoon, Feb. 12.
have charge' of this number and iti'rtie ,J",lre program will be given
the public scshools there and was
graduated from high school in May of j 0rj frienas Wednesday.
i8. in sne e.nereu ,ne miim , Mri. K1,je Waddell of Ahilena, Kan.,
Missionary Training school for women , Js xMtine, u ith her uncle (:harlfc3
institution in June of 1903. In Decem
ber of the same year Ehe was married
promi.-es to be one of the best of the
ises t obe one of the best of the course.
The entfrtaiiiiin .it given by the high
school orchestra assisted by the high
Worthwall, on her way to Chicago and ! s' hool ma!(' and lad'f'8' 1"8r,18 Thurs
Cmida I av evening was well given to a large
honor of Lincoln's birthday.
Young & McCombs Co-Operative Store Co.
to J. Arthur Hurley. They settled first
in Carthage, 111., where Rev. Mr. Hur
ley secured a pastorate. They later
lived at Orinnell, Iowa, coming from j
there to this city four years ago, when !
Rev. Mr. Hurley became pastor of the
First Baptist church. Her husband 1
survives her, and other near relatives j
are the son, Herbert, and the follow- j
ing residents of her childhood home in j
Johnsonburg, Pa.: Her parents: two!
brothers, George and Claude, and one :
sister, Mrs. Minnie McLaughlla. j
Dr. H. H. Long received a telegram
Saturday that his brother, W. T. Long,
of Indiana county. Pa., was seriously
ill from pneumonia.
Rachael Huston, little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Huston. waB
taken io a hospital In Rock Island
Sunday for a surgical operation.
Floyd Richardson has a position at
the C. B. & Q. depot.
The Woma.i's Home Missionary so
ciety met v.ith Mrs. Emily Hanna Fri-:
day afternoon. I
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Love and daugh-
ter Katherine are in Chicago visiting j
relatives. They will remain for the j
automobile show to be held there next j
Gust Beckman has returned from
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cooke of Cam
and appreciative house.
Quite a number from Orion attend
ed the Hampshire hog sale of Bollman
While it is often impossible, to pre
vent an accident, it is never impos
sible to be prepared - it is not beyond
any one's purse. Invest 1'i cents in
a bottle of Chamberlain's liniment and
you are prepared for sprains, bruises
arid like injuries. Hold by all drug
i Mrs. William Ietsch visited relatives
! ln Watertown lat Wednesday.
Mrs. Stlpp visited at Watertown at ! bridge spect Sunday at the home of
: the home of her sister, Mrs. Pearl Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Sheesley.
Nicholson, part of last week. j The members of the Stitch and Chat-
I Mrs. Baxmaster of Rock Island and jter club went to Monmouth Thursday
formerly of Siivig visited here lait morning where they were entertained
; 'eek. i by Rev. and Mrs. Rutherford.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j James H. Ward of Gary, Ind., visit
: A. Pottiger has been very ill. jed Orion friend3 Wednesday,
i Mrs. Emma Witherspoon was paid i Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fellman arrived
e visit by Mrs. Miilr of Geneseo. home Monday from Hooppole, where
Mrs. Mary Phelps of Sixth street ar-'they had been visiting Mr. Fellman's
rived home from a several weeks' visit j relatives.
at Independence, Iowa, with relatives, j An institute for the teachorg of the
I Mr. Tobin of Philadelphia, formerly .north part of the count y will he held
J j material inspector at the shops here, j ia Geneseo Friday, Feb. 14. Miss Bes-
Wages or Profit
health, sooner or later, shows its value. No man can expect to go
very far or very fast toward success no woman eithei who
suffers from the headaches, the sour stomach and poor digestion,
the unpleasant breath and the good-for-nothing feelings which
result from constipation and biliousness. But juit learn for
yourself what a difference will be made by a few doses of
sfbiMlva i) I
Tested through three generations favorably known the world over
this perfect vegetable and always efficient family remedy is univers
ally accepted as the best preventive or corrective of disorders of the
organs of digestion. Bcecham's Fills rrgul.-ttctlicbowcls, stir the liver
to natural activity enable you to getall the nourishment and blood
makin equalities from your food. Assureasyoutry thern you will know
that in jour looks and in jour increased vigoi bcethuuis Tills
Tb direction with erery box or very valaabW MpecUUy to women.
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