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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. APRIL 8, 1913.
total of 19 new alarm boxes should be
provided wlthrn the next two years.
Purchase of 1,000 feet of hose to add
to the city's supply of 7,000 feet, in
good condition at the present time.
Increase in fine department force from
23 to 27 men, which would provide five
men for each company, in addition to
the chief and assistant, chief. Above
jare the chief recommendations for in
creasing the efficiency of the Moline
WHY f2? m
PASTRY ? TlPI
! Mrs. James McCaffrey. Together iVi pll of Lake Wilson, Minn., and Wil
liam, Elmer, George and Frank Glas
pell of Davenport. Two sisters, Miss
Nora Glaspell and Mrs. Will Hoffman,
of Davenport also survive.
her parenta, when a young girl, she
came to America and located at St
T a.mb cv . 1 : . - J . V . r i .
Hanged Self In Jail. George Parks. ""' "" lucro uulli "uo
colored, who Saturday night stabbed' marrle" " tne year lh56 to tap
Kitty Bradford In Davenport, banged ' tain George Tromley. One year after :
himself in the Dixon Jail yesterday j their union the couple came to Le
morning. Bradford was captured near . Claire, Iowa, where she reblded until !
Liberty and brought to Dixon by Henry : January of the present year. She then 1
Melnert and C harles Fredericks. Here removed to Davenport and toe up j
bo was placed in Jail. When searched her borne with her daughter, Mrs. Mc-!
two razors were found on his person. Craney. She was preceded In death !
He bad been left alone but IB min-; by ber husband. Captain George Trom- j
urns when the ghastly discovery was i ley. In the year 1906. Captain Trom-
j.n.uff i uu i ne una uangea nimseu. ley was one of the best known river
With a necktie and a email piece of , pilots of the fifties and bad the repu-bi-idiriK
twine, be made the necessary , tation Cf being the first pilot to run
noose and tying e end to an iron a raft with a steamboat. Mrs. Trom
bar in bis cell, was able to strangle ley is survived bv three children. Cao-
Mniseif. I'arks Is about 25 years old tain r.mr Tromlev. .Tr of Davsnnnrr I
arid formerly worked at the Commer-1 Captain R. H. Tromley of Dubuque, j
ci.il Huh in Davenport. Saturday night iCwa. ar.d Mrs. Minnie MeCraney, wife j
it. a f!i of Jealousy be seriously stab- . Df Captain F. W. MeCraney of this;
b-d Kinle Hradford at Third and Itock city. A brother. Captain John ;
iMund streets. Caffrey of Mississippi, and a sister.!
Mrs. Sarah Rhodes, of Moline, 111, also j
Small Distillery Raided. Tn a raid survive her. I
on the lirlf bonrding and rooming' Henry Fruechtenicht, a resident of!
hotie at ?18 Hock Island srreet. the j Scott county since 18H7. died early!
)i( U':e ilim-overed mifTlclenr spiritous ; Sunday morning at the home, two and i
WILL GO TO PRISON,
SEEK PARDON LATER
one-ne:i ir.nec souioeasi oi ciunage, j
after two weeks' illness, at the age i
of 58 years. Deceased was born in :
Germany. April 9, 183. and came to
the United States and to Davenport in '
tht year 1887. He resided in this city ,
until ISOg. when he removed to bis
present repldence, since living there.
He is survived by three sons. Henry
of Tietrendorf, and William and Louis
at home, and on? daughter, Minnie, at
home. One bro'her. Hrmsn Fruec'v
tenichf, and one sister, Mrs. Arna
Stamp, both of Holstein. Iowa, also '
survive to moiirn bis death.
Herbert Pipes, aped 31 years, died1
at a local hospital at 11:30 o'clock Sun-;
day night, after a short illness of acute ;
it tiainmation of the brain. He was
ci j tbe son of Mrs. L. M. Pipes. 2S'; ;
Contributors Reach $4.000. Daven-1 Main street. He was born in Davn-i
port's contribution to thi Ohio flood port Feb. 1881. end has contin-1
sufferers an reported by the G'Tinafi j uously resided her ever since. Sur-'
SHvitiKi bnnk, local deposi ory for the ! vi ing are two brothr-rs. Frederick:
l! t I 'rnau fi'nt nc.cui.rl thu H ftllO ! VinAa rt Ti nnlr lo,nn,l arA Tinh.oTt TT 1
innrk. The ex't total to date Is ' ires at home." in addition to ti.!cI!!, to a model Prisoner and win
?i.i'34.u7. j mother. j a parole after he has served the proba-
o i Following a lingering illness of over 1 tionary 11 months of his indetermin-
and malt liquors to stock several sa
loons. The raid resulted in the arrest
of fh landlady. Mrs. Krte rirltt. and
seven occupan's All the liquor was
confiscated by tbp police, three trips
being necessitated owing to the large
oiintlty of liquor found in the house.
An Inventory of the confiscated goods
s!:o-.vs that tlier" were ten cases of
brer. Ave gallon flasks of whisky. J'0
quarts and irm pints of bottled whisky,
two boxes of ciKss Rnd a qitart of
pure alcohol. Owing to the nature of
tho business that was undoubtedly be
ing conducted by the woman, it is
probable that action will be taken
lutalnsf Tier to have her case bro'TJtht
l.t fore :h government authorises for
bo'clcKxing of the case.
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Business Block to Rise. Henry G.
Sohrbeck le preparing to erect a three-
story block on the corner of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue. The old
brick house now standing on that site.
one cf the few old landmarks left In
the down town district, is now being !
razed. As oon as it is completely i an engineer on the canal
fire department as outlined in the an
nual report of E. I Eastman.
Obituary Record. Thomas, infant
son of Mr. and Jtfra. Thomas Van
Meter of East, Moline, passed away
, from the home at 10:30 Sunflay fore
jnoon. He was an only child. The
i remains were take nto Boone, Iowa, for
interment. Mr. VanMeter Is a clerk
in the Deere harvester plant in East
Word has been received here of the
death of Roes Wallace, which occurred
in the Panama canal cone last Thurs
day. Mr. Wallace was employed as
It Is re
taken down and plans now under way : porte(1 that t5s aath due to an
are finished the contract, win oe let i accident, but detailB are lacking,
and the structure actually begun.
Sohrbeck Bros, will move Into the new
building, occupying part of the first
floor at least with their drug store.
Treasury Balance Doubled. At the
close of the fiscal year on March 31
there was a balance in the city treas
ury of 2"6,8U4.49, a few thousand
more than twice the amount credited
on April 1, 1912, according to the an
nual report of Oscar T. Bohman, city
treasurer. One year ago the balance
was reported to be $137,0?.C53. Dur
ing the year there was received from
various sources the sum of $604,612.09,
and the expenditures during the same
period totaled $464,844.22.
Regular meeting held March 31, 1913.
tract, in amount of $98.40.
New Hosoital Contemplated. Legis-! Comnrssiunr r Rudgren offered a
lathe enactment, in an effort to pro-! resolution that C. L. Ritchie and W.
vide the necessary $50,000 with which Hawes be allowed $9S.40 for balance
it is proposed to double the capacity ! due bridE(, contract. Carried by
The patrons of our first class hotels and restaurants are exact
ing thev demand the best Women go where the pastry and cakes
are noted for their excellence. Men are attracted by hot bread and
biscuits when fresh and moist and light
The pastry cook with a refutation uses K C Riint? Powder
because he knows that results are certain; every time everything
: is as good as his best
Then. too. with K C BakinS Powder r.r r.irt m?v trip v.irfntts
city .oun'ii chamber. Kock island, 1 kinds of batter before the rush of the meal begins and bake as
in., March 3i. 1913. Ta city council ' needed so that every order goes to the t:ib!c fresh and hot yet the
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met in regular session at ; o lock. p.
, si a .' v
SS&Sjr The reasons behind these reasons is that K C is
really a blend of two baking powders. One commences
.M sa to give off leavening gas as soon as moistened. The
active. Dough or batter will remain in a partially
R?i5iS$ leavened condition for hours, and when put in the oven,
will come up as light as it mixed a moment before.
m., Mayor Shnver and all ciMnission
The r-.nutes of the reg'iiar meeting
held March 24 were ret?, ana approv
ed. Commissioner Rudgren submitted a
pay roll from C. L. Ritchie and W.
Hawes for balance due on bridge con-
T' i in 1 n
or Scoit county
I'll'1 ti:i,iiv years ami
th- l i nt Ui.ov river pilo's in the
I'iirly il;!-. si ( ct.nibe'l to drcpsy at 7
o'l loi U Sui'iliv mi r; at tde home
' ., rs. "'irr.'e McCraney. Warner
f i'.'. af-r r. lingering il!njsi. She
vun over over 72 years old The aged
l.nly wns born Feb. 10. 1M1. nenr nd
fa.t, Ireland, the (laughter of Mr and
Miss Mary Clas-
of the Moline public hospital, this to
! be done by the erection of a twin
'building to the present structure. De
rails of the plan call for an amendment
j to the present state law governing the
; appointment and powers of city hospi
jtal boards, to provide for the issuance
: of bonds, warrants or vouchers by the
board on the anticipation of taxes for
a period not to exceed five years.
Warts English Spoken. Ixjgan
Saunders, colored, an East Moliner, i
I wants EngUbh spoken to him even if
Ch'cago, ApKl 7. Evelyn Artnur 'he goes into a Greek mercantile estab
See, former ab-oiuip life cult leader, I Hshment. He entered the store of
Henry Kandis in East Moline Saturday
evening, and gave express'on of his
disgust and anger when no one would
answer him in a tongue which was un
derstandable to him. He went, outside
and hurled a brick through the win
dow. He was fined $12.80 by Magis
trate S. A. Cartwrigbt.
Mildred Bridges (top), Evelyn
jail sentence of one to eleven
Commissioner Rudgren submitted a
weekly pay roll for week ending Marc"
2th, as follows:
B. Ranson $ 12.60
P. Loge 32.C0
T. Manuel 13C5
W. Eckermacn S.4'
F. Stanley 13. 0:
F. Dunoway 12.C0
H. Utke 11.53
C. Schlemmer S.10
P. Heverltng 9.45
C. Cochran 7.35
E. Doyle 5.25
C. Dunoway 2.10
J. B. Johnson 2.10
J; Ehler 2.10
Al Hingstrom 2.1 0
irin (fwi or coo'cSt pancakes, doughnuts and the like,
Jui rf f-a whirh cannot all he baked at onro. K C. is indisnpns.i-
skSt3l; l-i!. Pnr 11 hs!f incf thor?r,nhlor.iiir m-.L-rc ,liiihK rH.iin
Follow th example of the professional
cook and your baking trill be equal to his.
a years iiuittLiuii .mim .'jhij uwo-tg
pell, aged 20 yesrs. (lied st It) o clock. :
u itlriu- of one of ' yesterday morning at the home. 1819
West Eighth street. Deceased was! nas given up an nope or iree-
born Dec. 28. 1S92. in Davenport, the'dom since the Illinois supreme court
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. refused a rehearing of his case. He I
t I . ,1 1 Clirt nttAni,.'! K a rK ' j ... l. J . i
ran. v.. a!"!Il'a ' ,Ue "UUUCllOU OI IWO jg aF8ur(,d cf a Dew pbllc hjgh scboo,
lln '.h.-,rtla norA ann naa TeairicMl here . . . : i . i . ti : .1 . 1 , . . I I
1 o .. .- iii?., .'.,11,111 xiiiuKt's nau niuiia iwa.
all of her life, surviving sre trie par-, fb
Al Sugdon 12.60
ents Rnd six brothers. Andrew Glas
;eil of Tr.coma, Wash., James Glas-
FROM WEAK, INACTIVE
rfupil of a rehearing was made
in spite of the fact that Stephen H.
Briilgps, fat'aer of Mildred, had re
traitfd a large part of the testimony
he made in the trial.
See was the leader of a mystical cult
in which he interested a cumber of
women and young pirls. Investigators
for the state's attorney unearthed
High School Assured. Watertown
'building before the year is ended
Voters in that village, by a decisive
vote cf 54 for and 2 against, author
ised a bond issued of $7,500 to pro
vide for the building. Some time ago
the voters in the Watertown district,
voted $20,000 for a new building, but
the act was declared illegal because
the bond limit was exceeded. Trus
tees of South Moline and Hampton
John Nelson . .
Bert Nichols . .
Thirty-second street from Fourteenth
to Fifteenth avenue, be considered.
Carried by unanimous vote.
Adjourned Oil motion of commission
. M. T. RL'DCREX,
Special meeting held April 2, 1913.
City council chamber. Rock Island,
111., April 2, 1913. The city council met
in special session at 10:30 o'clock a.
m., to canvass the vote of the election
held yesterday, Mayor Seuriver aud all
Commissioner Rudgren reaiVa report
Mr v, -j
Street, account $ 16.80
Sewer account 75. CO; 5th prect.
Denkmann Park account 54.C0lcth prec.
Contingent account 2.10 J 7th prec.
Waterworks expense 34X5 j 8th prec.
Reservoir expense 29.40 ,9th prec.
practices on which the conviction was j townships met separately yesterday
F.ccen 7.por'.s Phcv- Hjndreds Suf
fer With Kidney Troubles
and Djii'I Know It.
The:"'' :,rc irrrn rf t,roi;s, tirel.
riinilci people t LroiriKiMt the city,
i tfTr rin k wlh p;:lns in tl-e bi-ck and
i ','. (!; 7 siiells. M eaK MeHHt'H of III"
bliidder, I 'r.' iii'Ti' ! causing annoy.
):, ( :i nikr'iM u''i, f;,il to realize the
i- o.irtiec? of tl.elr 'routiies iititil
.u li i-r(ltloTis as cbron'c rlieimia
t ;.!!. bl:idde,- troubler. d-opsy, d'a
l"''rt or own Itright's iliie;iso re;-t: t.
Ml thin id due to weuk, in.u'Tive kid-:-t.
The kidneys mv the Mterer
c' ill- blo id. ii'i.i mi one can be i. ell
ni'il besilthy U'i'.is-i tile ki'tu".vs work
I irix ,'ly. It is ee;i ;i"rc i'liportant
til. mi t'.;it the l,ov 'v t.iove regub'r'y.
K you sm'.'er with such symp'otus
der't n e'ect yourself another day
jmd run tiie r:i.K cf !.!! au coiu plica
I o:ii! S. eure i'li or cinul pa,-i.:ie
o, vow d,.-ioery. Ci' xone. whicn
T 'si.-" but a 'r't'.e. and comment e its
use nt once. When you hsve taken
;t feu doses, you will b surprised
lio v different'.y you will feel.
Croxone cures the woret cases of j
kidney, bladder trouble, and rhenina !
t'sni. becsuse ir r-moves tbp cause.
It Hesr.s out the kidneys, and makes
ttim filter out. all the poisonous
weete matter and uric acid, ihat lodge
tn the joints and muscles, causing
rheumatism: soothes and henls the
bitdd-r, snd quickly relieves you cf
r.ll your miery.
Ycu will find Croxone different
fro-n al other remedies. There is
nothing else cn earth like it. It mat
ters not how old you ar or how long
jot; hr.ve suffered, it is so prepared'
that li is practically Impossib'e to
tak" it into the human system with
You csn secure an original package
of Croxone from any first class drug--.
t. All drupe'sts are authorized 'o
personally return the purchase pn-e
if if fails to gie the desired results
the ver- first time you use it. (Adv.)
and .Mrs. F. E. Cabeen of this
went to Chicago Wednesday.
V i 1 (
IV. . f A' m
If you are going to re
paper this Spring, choose
tow. Stocks are complete,
Our wall paper puts
brightness into your home.
The kind that when you
put them cn they stay on.
afternoon to determine whether or not
certain territory within the limits cf
the ity of East Moline, but part, of
the Watertown school district, shall
be given over to the East Moime dis-
Prentiss of New Boston
To Increase Efficiency. Purchase
cf a new f-'O-horse power truck for the
central station, the present. Velie 50-
Mrs. Y. S. McCormick very pleas- ' horse power machine to be transferred
tintly entertained tbe prlscilla club ft to station No. 4. for protection of east
her home Thursday afternoon. 'end territory. Appropriation of $3,200
Miss l.oig Vertrees very pleasantly ; to "provide for improvement, of fire
en"rtained th Standard Bearers at alarm system in 1913. This would in
ner home Tuesday evening. A very clud a new eight-circuit switchboard,
interesting program was given and; costing $1,500; 10 new Are alarm box
dainty refri" sb.m'-nts w ere served. 1 ps at a cost of $1,250. and necessary
Mrs. Churl's Maher and baby son ! w-ire to make connections, $500. A
went to New Windsor Wednesday t" ,
vr't Mrs. li. T, . Frocks.
Miss Vesta Moore of Monmouth who
ha? bitn visiting Miss Bernice Greer,
ivf.! to North Henderson Wednesday
o speni a few unys with her sister, be-
fcr--1 returning home.
Miss Ka'herine Amlong returned Stops Itching at Cnce.
hr.ne fror.: Joy Thursday ffter a short
vifit with her grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs A!'x Csrniiia-i. She was accom-' Buy a 26e BotUe Today and ProT It
paniod '.:vir.o by her aunts, Mrs. John',.Tr' .one application of ZEMO on
' the hnhv nnri mam V- n nAn ittla Tnl
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that the pay roll just readjl3ln
in amount of $213.15, be allowed. Car
ried by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren presented
the bond of the Independent, Construc
tion company, signed by H. J. Parker,
A. E. Carroll of Davenport, Iowa, and
William H. MeConocbie of this city.
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that the bond of the Inde
pendent Construction company be ap
proved on condition that same be re
written and each surety acknowledge
his signature. Carried by unanimous
Commissioner Hart offered a resolu-
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20 104 S 54 15
52 131 9 34 33
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47 155 C 23 30
4G 142 8 12 3'J
f.3 81 16 10 CO
30 129 5 C 12
73 53 13 8 63
34 113 7 8 19
4S f,S 7 l'i SS
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44 93 14 10 11 i
25 45 41 15 29
4G fi5 57 4 3 39
2S 72 25 30 33
19 51 11 5 20
declare, him duly elected to said cffAce
for a term of four yars.
HARRY M. SCH RIVER.
M. T. RT'DOREN,
.OX AS P.XAR,
UORT. R. REYNOLDS.
Commissioner Rudgrmi offered a
resolution that the report of the can
vans of the vote cast at yesterday's
election for police mnpistrnte, be adopt
ed. Carried by unanimous vote.
Adjourned on motion of Commission
M. T. RrDCREX.
A Town That Dates From the Flood.
Iconiiim. or Konla. as it Is better
known todny. in Asia Minor. 3'tO miles
east of Smyrnn. held by some arch
aeologists to be tint oldest city in the
world, derived its name from the
elkones. or Images of mud. which, ac
cording to tbe ancient legoud of the
pbice. were tmule by Prometheus und
Athena at the command of Jupiter,
who. after the Rood, cnusod the wlnda
to blow upon the elkones and they be
came living men and women. Thna.
according to this tradition. Iccntum
was the first place settled after the
C2S 1616 245 330 572
We, the undersigned mayor and com
mlfcstoners of the city of Rock Island,
111., do hereby certify that the above
is a true and correct report, of our can
vass of the votes cast for police magis
trate at 'he late el( c'ion held April 1,
Baby Lcves ZEHO
! for Skin Trouble
tated, Chapped Skin.
low jubilate with hi
le. !f he couM onl.
ou lor tne htavmiy
WHEREAS, Charles J. Smith receiv-
l. j i a , i i r 0H I Vi u mout voice fnr T "n t. r . f C f .1 . f nn-
liuu Luai me major uuu cuy ciern ue : -u '" ... -
1 instructed to advertise for bids for
two garbage wagons and one street
jflisher. Carried by unanimous vote.
; Mayor Scbiiver offered a resolution
I that the ordinance known as the elec
; trlcal ordinance be adopted. Carried
I by unanimous vote,
j Mayor Schriver offered a resolution
I that the ordinance known as tbe bund
ling ordinance be considered. Carried
by unanimous vote.
Mayor Schriver offered a resolution
Vincent Bryan, the song writer, wns
breakfasting nt 1 p. tn. in a restaurant
not many miles remote from Korty
seond street and Hrondwny. A proc
ess server who wanted llryan for a
witness In a Inwsuit slipped In and
dropped a snhpoemi In his Inp ns be
sat at the tnble.
"Ah." said Itrynn. "the service her
Is Improving!" Philadelphia SaturdHy
"What you need most." said the phy
sician after he had examined the pa
tient. "I plenty of ventilation."
"ee. doctor." tbe sick man replied,
"you mut be mWtriken. I've been op
erated on three rimes In the pn.t year
lice magistrate, we, therefore, hereby j and a half." Cbicugo Itecord Herald.
toes, ar.d chuck-
rVif 7EMO i I that ,h ordinance providing for the
R. Ccrr.ell of Washington. D. C, and
Miss Belle Calhoun cf Chicago.
J. M. L-y was a bus'ness visitor to guaranteed to stop itching immediate- I removal of household gods be adopt
Chicago Thursday. !& or J "funded. Lj CaHed by unanimous vote.
Rev. Frank Swenson, pastor of the
s-uecii;B iurneran cnurcn or Aiedo.. f ti
WE ALSO DO PAINTING AND DECORATING. ESTI
MATES GIVEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
W. G. HUBBE
1612 Fourth Ave.
has resigned from the Aledo charge,
aud will accept a call to the Swedish
Eutheran church at Milwaukee, Wis.;
Rev. Swenson will remain in Aledo un
til the close of the present school year. !
Miss Hazel Dodson of Galesburg is j
spending a few days here with rela-1
tives and friend?. I
Miss Martha Gregory went to Viola j
Thursday to spend the day with Miss
' ! jilian H;s?eil and to attend the wed
ding of Miss Pearl Jones Thursday
K. M. Whitham left Thursday on a
short eusir.ess trip to Peoria and
Mrs. M. Dixon of Xew Boston was a
guest of Aiedo friends Wednesday.
I Mayor Schriver offered a resolution
i that the ordinance providing for the
ty-fifth street from Ninth to Eighteenth
avenue, be adopted. Carried: Ayes
Schriver, Hart and Bear. Nay Rud
gren and Reynolds.
Mayor Schriver read a report signed
by all members of the board of local
improvements, recommending the adop
tion of an ordinance providing for the
construction of sidewalks on Thirty
second street on the east and west
sides of said streets, between Four
teenth and Fifteenth avenues, together
with the ciV engineer's estimate of
zemo i. crnted to civ. Baby and j the Probable cost of said improvement
. i,inwoji, mitant Ktllft I rum , in amount or i03f.
Mayor Schriver offered a resolution
that the city engineer's estimate of
Itchlug and Skin Tronblcs.
For rash, tetter, end all the skin 1
that babies Buffer. ZEMO has
Glad to Give Estimates.
: no eauaL
For the em trourles that men and
n. r ' - - iyt n.
-; .v -..ft r .-. ..-.leik - . c. - ' Ti r ,
4i-t,y 'MitfM'iKtfli - H. I yit'A-iVrjii .
the probable cost of constructing s'Ce-
ue rin iruui ,ej inti men ana ,,.11.. ,v ,
Mr. Lamp, the plumber, will be glad . 1ar ?il th itchin. 'w. " -
y ., , . -orcbiua eezenia. dandruT. lnaied or Thirty-second street from Fourteen;!!
ii-u iltln, U hji troveo lte a toauli- . . .
1 iu ruicciiiu avruwa, is a lair aua rea-
10 give you estimates on your piumo- rriidrarJ tkln. 1; hn troveo lte a-toulh-
tm- hnt watr Hum snrt virimih Ir.tt rfulti ID thou-anas of canes. The tm-
v, ', t- , 'K - t IiVl1'18 reliif ' t almost heavenly, sonable one and that the same be ap
neaticg. Telephone west 3. Lamp zkmo i a rlr-an. antueptie solution a: A ... . .
v,.. v-aiuru iv uuaiiiLuuuB oe.
Mayor Schriver read an ordinance
Plumbing shop. 619 Seventeenth P'dtoihe ekin: rooily pat orolii'ment
B,r, , j " ..My lett would acald and crack into
street- (Auv.i t,. i i ,r.A k.i.. .n,
i r bottle cf zkmo. lie, and It cured entItied An Ordinance providing for
Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver w..t lowers, Jeweler. Oak-
ifiitr'b are tnir, sure a&u reiiaoie.
All r:rst-c!ass druzTists noil 7P.rn
and have been praised by thousands cf a sealed bottle, or pent direct or.
women who have been restored to ' X?X .P2s. W K"e
tea'.th through their gentie aid and Sold and guarsnteed In Rock Island
curatsra prcpert.es. &old by all drug- by F. D. G. V.'a'ker. drugrist, Fourth
r. Cits. (Adv.;
the construction of sidewalks on the
east and west sides of Thlrty-gecond
street from Fourteenth to Fifteenth
Mayor Schriver offered a resolution
that the ordinance Just read provldin
mm Mc hp
'fyttai ite cure. M 1
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