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TITE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1913.
will be for the early varieties cf vegetables.
Investigate Fire Department
Charges that, the firemen tt the Cen
tral t.r- ru'''n nr usi: the new i
motor apparatus rur ii-r-.y and that!
c r.slder:.hle 'ai.ia.r imi resulted
r-.ref-o:r, caut-ed jci.n noting of
the fire ar,d police ommission unci
f ":jirr. ;'' ( to ) !:'( a; the ci'y ha!! !
Thursday aft moor.. Tie re- :'t of the ;
! I nir is that L;ert:,.n Own, As- !
'staxt "!ty Attcr-.y W'.tt a:.;l F1r j
Chief Iener u ill c'ra't a ..'" of rules i
fcppl'.oab'," lo 'he fir.' p.:.r'!n'nt as
It Ik todi. y fv.A '(tiirt'"i rU"i enforce
it.' nt of the t .-L'i.;'.'
Inspections of Hotels Braun. Tn
1'ratifn -f t! n ','v bid'"'' "us of
ll.e local liof'ln and r i 1 o'i-. ;
utiy proportion v wt.-n
1 y Ptn- Ch '; !:. 1 .- t -.-.is:
i . t few di.' '. cr : .. I: . :n ; ;'
,'y w 111 I." l-.'.i. i d .cr .'o- 'h'j I
President Pickj Summer Capital in New Hampshire;
Wiil Liv- on Novelist's Estate During Hot Months
(rt:ih. N II, April 12.- In lh.rlka-
r .d. a .: I in I, ,i : i.i ''' I'-n- .ii.-
try estate t.f itiHtun ( "uiii i-'.iill, the
liovellct, iicur li-re, rrc ici.-nt ood-
row Wlis-on wit! establish the summer
capital, lie ban leaned the btiildiug for
thf rotiMiiir H.-M'ton ltr. scclunloii will
. , .. . i.
prov.de the d...red peace und .,uiet.
Tbe inansloti stands wit'.nn 7.. jards
t f the Connecticut river and ta in the
cf gues's The n-c-nt ' which
i.tr-'.v.-d t. e St. .!.'. : .':ti ,t;c ; P. Huot. a nf'l i'g resident of th:j her nsf-r, Mrs. Reuben Lmdldad. sriioo's of the ci'y end his received I charge d.
Is partially ttc eui iabic for the mves- ! ci'y. passed away a: 0 o'clo k Th :. s-i Tom Mc Whinney. Gust Lawson and eeourag. m-nt and n-rper.sum sum- j T. K. Iees of Coal Valley was a busl
tUution which . r . . . .i.f i.e. T.ie day ntgiit at his bene. 618 S gfr'."'t ;.;., ,K.k jj. visitors last ' "fit to warrant the b'lief that the nets caller in Orion Monday,
conditions rtperted f; ..a her cities ; avenue. l the a-e of ft!) years, i ;p-i n ; by. j 1 r ;j c t will be a ruoeess. Briefly . Charles Aspluud was in Osco Friday
caused the ,-hi. f t d i :u :ie to ecu- ' ceaied was 'ocrn Arg. 10. 1873. in D-.v- j j4,j(8 MKaj, f Pock 1t nJ ( I the pl. ii is to herd durintr the season ion business.
duct a thorough ir.vestiuat. -n in ord-T enf.rt and resided here all of his 1.'- ! SuI'ld;i v" at the home of his mother I twc "",.:iftiiive .-xhibi's of garden j s. II. Callaway visited in Lynn Thurs
to bh that 'he itfiiiCH? r'eej.ition is He was very we ) known here at:d j(l6 j'larv McKea" ' vegetj.ldes, to the w inners of which 1 day.
taken to p-ovid fer in... :.,f.--y and , l.-avep many friends in this city who,' v' "..j. f jrJ , b , 1 liberal prize will be given. The first! Miss Adelia Peterson of Lynn vlsit
s . .. . - - - ! w-!'.i tie sorrv to learn of his domis-. ... .,. . " ,. ' ' j win be held some time in June and Jed friends 'n Orion Wednesday.
and jirevonlivoof the runicrons
ailments ca;is;d l y defective
cr irrejrular r.?tion cf the or
jrans of d'cstlon found
in tho safv, yyy, certain
and time-tostt d hume remedy
TJLr miM w r )
Sold vwywUw. U bosM. 10c.. 25c
WE ALSO DO PAINTING AND DECORATING. ESTI
MATE3 GIVEN. SATISFACTION GUAEANTEED.
Telephone 77-11 53X
M r a" '
(welfare cf the quests In the local to-
tels. The investigation will cover the '
installation cf ch-rjfcal tanks, fire es
capes, standppos end en's.
Emptied Drain in Street: Fined.
One cf th? f-st acts 1n the- sprlLg
(lean-up :a T?et;e:.dorf took plce i.i
Juft'c e Ch'nn'e eottrt Friday after-
ron, w :eu a house owner who p-t r-
sist-ed in using a sink drain emptying j
into a public- f-treet was fined Jo uv:d : ')
ito ;i putUr f-treet was tinea o u'-g :
it's., and :,o:;".. d that continuation
r the cfiviis- wo;:M br::ii; :tf ltrtir cf.
$1"0 and c.-sis ou second arrest.
The trial wis an incident of the f r-
eier. Inva: to:; rf t': resident diftr'.-.ts
cf II' -'.i'.rf. v. hich prml-fH to N
one of (be imminent problems of the
Kro- ;:i ; town. CuL j: io:is of bitrrari;
life rue!, an lie t wakened protest m
mar.v h-r 'ire? are thrr :r -i
flipn . t'r." fr.ft; re of the ct; y ui-
'!::. v '' ;f '.! larte'y or. 1!, ? is
'(,.i ;. 1 :' ith l.i'th
s.u:.. ' . :i i" '. .u.d ''d.
Ob tus'y i-cord. -W.f-r a !in?r
Harlakenaen, near Cornish. N. H.
'midst of a heavily wooded forest of
o-ik and p-p.e. Nearby is a colony cf
artis'.s and writer. A'nnug the presi-
(h iit'tt lieiglitjots will be Kenyon Cox,
Norman Mapond, Maxfield Parrish,
Ixuiis Sliipt-ian, .Mrs. Augustus St. Gau-
ii ns and Stephen Parrish.
1 l'"Ub"-' ia P'etty but not preten-
fious. It is of brick, two stories in
h)lirht al,d ,.(Mta,na 30 roorng. Tv.
oaches from thp inulii roadv-av
to Its rear eu Vance.
de-'ii'niss of f'
!l!!ls duration. End
ile wjv i: arried in June, IS'J!'. to Y.it-s
For many years he has 1
I . ,;:'..v" 'u.,.t
wheel w ork. Surviving are th w ;fe. ;
one son. Item's, and one daughter,
i Murie i
' Lacko Kramarlc. an Aus'rian rm
' i lcyed at Het'enderf, d'ed at Mercy
los-.ital after b-ii.g a pitirnt at th
; hitp'Tl f. t t he fust imroth. Kraica
i tie :;G years old ."I'd he cause o;
jbts death is ..Urged to be pneutnoi:'.::.
While e' rv.'.ptl in perfjrir.ing h's du- i
I ties s.t the He'tendorf plant a month !
ago the Austrian was taken ill
&irrrj, v i '?' mwh i
1 '..l'iW.y4 Zlr
If you are going to re-
i :Jfc i
paper this Spring', choose
. now. Stocks are complete,
Our wall paper psts
brightness into your home.
The kind that when yon
put them cn they stay on.
1612 Fourth Ave.
der.ly. He was removed to his home
at IdS Rock Island street. His con-
citioTi steadily became serious and
he ?s removed to the hospital, -where
be died. Decedent was born in Cro-
and twochdirr "n in the oM country.
He has lived in
three : t rs.
-, T-,jti atates onlv i
'j rr lfTr UTT T
fj oUJNjN I rllLJL
i; rn to Mr. and Mrs. John McGimp-1
sry en April . a daughter. J Thieves Take Widow's Savinas.
Miss J. nnie A. Wahlstrom of Moline For the third time this week a house
:s Fi en.dlrg this week at the home of was broken into and robbed it was
h'T i.rc.h:r lit rn;::r. ! the theft cf a widow's savings for
T!i" rarnK rs' Social ciubb met at the j a year and a half. Mrs. Magtjie Crou
hor;i? of Charles Ti'i' k Friday ( vening. : a:i was the vic'im and the thieves got
l.ir;. lli.ro'.d An.ierson who v a :-.v.ay with $7S. The hurt lary took place
ftr:.-kf n with ii: 'a utile palyp'.? three ' Wednesday eight between 9 and 10
,f; FO is not muc h improved In ,
i'ilnr. ..ohr.snn of Moline at- j
;:-.e ciab car.ee a: the .tnanes j
Cornish village, th townseat, six
miles away, is a typical New England
village. It has a year round population
c! .'.') but in i-.flus of colouits near-
ly doubles this number in summer.
Windsor. Vt., three miles to the
south, will be tbe seat of the execu-
tie offices during the summer. The
postofhee and telegraph station of this ,
,itt)e town be enlarged to meet'
the additional load of business acct.ni- .
pai.ying the .resident's arrival.
I -1 1 k botii" and visited Saturday with
beu Lir.rLk'.d fcaturdav evening. I
The Dickty and Wiiiiam Tennant i
fan--i'ieri of Chicago arrived Wednes
day at Sin.uy Hill to spend tbe eudj
'M'.te a delegation from hrre attend
d the Wetu-rn towushiy Sunday
t.i.'Hl convention at Oric-a Sunday.
1 a re were to sessions, one in the
fill rt:oon ;t the Baptist church and
;.ie other in the Lutu.eran church at
'fiie speakers were M. Stoue
Im rg of Bishop Hill on "The Teen
As"," Mr. .Mackay of Woodhull on
I'.VaueeilKUl. Mr Tilt nr nf Com. I
1,,.:.; . Tl. -..jj , ., ,
... vU - .Jiouru uesnoDa ana j
Rev. Mr. Andereck on "Missionary i
: ere .iitersperseo
. wi'h music by the chun h choirs, dis-
jcarfion ard busings. Arthur Chase
J4 j ws re- lected president for the coming
i-' j year.
j Tfce Young Indies' club met Wednes
t -.Tlday with Miss Eiva Harsha
Verdi as a Politician.
Tbe name of Verdi, we are told, was
podU'-al aud oatrlotle svmhol. He
' 1 i'. .r. ... ul 1 l.ii. x- . : n II... 1
pitny. and his name was scribbled on
the wads of Italian towns which were
under Austrian rule. This honor, how-
I ever, as is carefully explained, was not !
paid to Ver.ii himself, as his name hap
pened by accident to lie formed by the
iritial letters of "Victor Emmanuel
IN. I ft" Ilnl'f. with whtti tnriritin
lta!i;tti patriots cfieu cover their walla.
V :'i was a politician. He was elected
d p j;y. aud subsequently Emaiancel
made h'm a senator. The story is toid
lat the maestro was la the habit of
j orchtitratinic the sirtings of the ctam-
! ber of deourjes aiid notlL th Imp nf !
! the various saker. so tbut he could i
j go up to each of tbeni in tbe lobbv and
: tell t.iui tlint his speech was in sueh i
a I ana sura a Key. estminster (iazette
."j j Med.cices that aid nature axe al
i ways most Euccessful. CLamberlalii'
Cough Romedy acts cn this plan It
&:J ' "o-isens the cough, relieves tee Ijngi
.-jicpeas the secretions and aids nature
i -u ivmi ri-fc me tbieni to a aeauny
; condition. Sold by si: druggists.
Passes Pharmacy Text The sLite
b0ard of cy at Springfield has
" u sucrrL'SIU' car.ai:aies ror
tions heid a.t Chicago last month.
Among thoro v ho won their licenses
a:e Herbert C. AM, formerly employed
j at Lindvall's dn:r store, but now with
j Stearns, White & Co. of Chicago.
o'clock. Mrs. Cronan had been oxn j
ca'llng on a neiuhber and when she
rvturn-Ml home, went into the kitchen.
lucre to her surpr.se she saw a win-
lew pane removed and placed on the
roof of t;' l'"r'1- She went to the j
I bt;re?.u drawer where Ikt tr.ony had !
Ik-c".'. k p. Thr- drawer had bt'en pried I
oppn. The mont y was gore. She im- j
; inediatcly called the police, but the j
robbers had left to clue. Evidently!
they were famirar witn the apart- ;
n.ent and with Mrs. C'ror.an's inten- J
t:ons as tr.ey came wrne sne was av ay
and left r.othir.g overturned.
Dea1! From Apoplexy. "Death !
ra-iFOd by an p. t tack of apoplrxy" was ;
the verdict otthe coroner's jury which
held an inquest over the body of John ;
Lieles, aged 27, the Greek who was I
found dead in l is 1kJ at 22! Third :
avenue hue Wednesday night. Evi- !
deuce showed that I.ieies bad been ;
subject to epileptic fiis frr son:e
years and these finally resulted in j
apoployy. George Kcmmerlin.q:, he-i'th i
inspector, will s?rf a warrant for ar- j
rest of tho tenants who operate the j
house at 224 Third avenue,
Lieles was found dead
They will be
charged with maintaining a roomins
house of insanitary conditions.
Silvis Pavroll 573.000. Checks totr.l
men at the Silvis
jps of the Rock
: ior the month '
Itland road as woi'e: tor tr.e niontli ,
of March. The sum that will be paid
to Silvis shop employes within th'i
, . , . , ,, , ,
week is comparatively sinad so f?r as
n . -i u; r 0t. M!Ci,ml.i
navrolls at .he blir estaolisnnieut.
which eives em'.jvmeiit to 1,500 men.
:;re concerned." Tl is is due in large !
ineasu-e " the fact that the shops
wcr-:- (dosed tho first three days of
March on r.ccornt cf the controversy
over the retention cf oralis. This '
f illowed the accide' t at tue shops
resul'ed in loss of life
Hold Garden Exhibits.-A boys' gar-
den contest is the novel movement
jest been launched by H.
R. Si'urt, boys' work secretary cf the!
Y. M. C. A. He has presented the j
plan to the boys in tbe different
ThPe wimeo once ohiMVcs. row hppy una
?iyiciiv weil with bealiiiT :i.i 'lrenvil teil liu
tJ;i r. r-iiishi-.nrs -iabio j..mupd iv i
ibis is.ibl.i li.T. me the tiumc us.d oor.'e.-
l lr.'-.rs writ tuem if y a waul tu, ni lera '
f r yua'Sftlf. They are ou.j a lew out ct iiiu.y
uur nriit oauy is
''- tromr and healthvnj
. salt. io ii.e ume:y uso
? of vour Compomid."
ih Mrs. i'Ei Yohxsx,
,:- Kent, Oregon.
'I. ; mr baby's jod bpaita
P. l I A "I havi
y uavo (urea uu..
t mig drea and took your
tii "':'. CoMipouud each time."
1 .1 t. :?
MCf.ix!in ti , ' ,
& tell every oa'that ho
P a - jr..-.v:j3 " '
Yj 6taut, N". J.
I . , . j .... . ' ' io I, . .
i Kn G.. ,jt,:ed wivh a swet
( (i. A. Lr KROUSE,
tH U da?-" Mrs- Cm:.
Uht" i;c;- X'T'
tk n our home." Mrs. I,
V -v. -n svxva Cote.
4 l--r- Mass.
!.r.e strn ;
J7 :Vf S bi'pv daa?h;tr
ri:;-a Mrs. A. A. Gnm,
, U Dewittviile,
ij Routi 44.
-..i'7 SI "I baTf. a. l,tr. fat.
t AC. eriLbeiifeni.)
I S "-v w.
-i , "l jiava one of th Kate Ai: n at ejar itapius Saturday. , fp-J-J i yjs- ? -
iO'-S !-;7 J; . V. T. And'rsoi: of Rock Islas.-d was ' VJi j?AZf 'f7
m JP ZZZZs '-n Friday, visitir., a: the hen, i -'J'
fe?! fcWUmtog'ton: 1c. f Kv. J. P. Brodir.e. ' Mj 'Am
"Mrha-sbandistU The county athletic .onu.t whl I, cU& .txAJ-
I s. ,: ..-A I hap:ct man a;jve t-. heid in Cambrids inst ad of Kfjwatce ! ri--tc ,1 i '"'-i.' 7-
Purchase 15 Business Lots. A real
estate deal was closed Thursday for
business property fronting on State
street, East Mo.ine. H. A. Soverhtil.
R. O. Bright and G. M. Stroiubeck of
the Root & VanOervoort Engineering
Co., and E. R. Gardner of the Moline
Automobile company have purchased
from the East Moline Land company
15 business lots on State street be
tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth
streets. This purchase disposes of
j the last of the business lots In the
i hand9 of the East Moline Land com
pany on that portion of State street
which is paved.
Obituary Record. Henry William,
s?n of Mrs. and Mrs. Andets William j
esceraani, sat Kaiiroaa avenue, was
ine;. after an Illness of only 24 hours
with convulsions. Henry was born in
this city October 7, 1910, and was an
Henry DeLoof, aged 27, cf East Mo
line, passed from the city hospital
Thursday forenoon after a brief ill
ness of pneumonia. He was born in
Belgium and tad been a resident of
this country for two years, coming
direct to East Moline, where he was
employed in the factories. He leaves
no relatives in this country.
Albert J. Smith, 1420 Fifth ave
nue, Moline, contractor and resident
her; or 37 ;ean, v'aa callod by death
in the city hospital at 9:45 yesterday
foremen. Decedent was a lifelong
VClJjdnt of tu,9 s;ate having been
,.onl in j0nPsl)Oro Nov. 3. iS35. He
w to raanhood there and in UZT,
learned the carjcnter's trade, which
he followed during his active career.
was united in marriage to Miss
Mf.ry GriTith. a'so cf Jonesboro, at
Anna. 111., Aug. 24, 1862. Thirty-seven
yenr? ap:o he came to this city and
l:;ul been a resident here ever since.
n worked at hl9 tradp nere and fnr
eo,e yo.,rs wa9 a pmr cf the firm
of J. n. Kerns and Smith, contractors.
Mr. Smith served his country for a
re-iod ojx months in as a mem-
bcr of Company F, l'Mith Illinois, and
had since been one of the prominent
members of R. II. Graham post of G.
A. R. Mr. and Mrs. Smith had no
children on their own, but had with
them for many years the children of
Mr. Smith's brother, now Mrs. George
I,. VUiison cf this city, and Mrs. Fred
Bird cf Davenport,
--Th0 infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Verclst cf East Moline passed
away yesterday morning after a brief
illness. She was an only child.
Chester Frost returned to Moline
f, , , f , if ,
I '" ' .
Elmer Johnson of Andover visited
(Sunday with friends and relatives,
i jr. if. J. isreenne ana aaugnier, .iiiss
Signa, visited in Rock Island the tlrrit
of the week.
Mrs. I,. G. Mincer of Galesburg is
vif.iting at the home of Mrs. H. 'fabler,
Mr. Mincer is being treated for rheu-
; rcaUstn at Hot Springs, Ark.
The Indies' Aid society of the M. E.
church will meet with Mrs. Finlay
Wednesday, April 1C. Text word la
The Z!on male chorus of Rock Island
will g!vo a program of sacred and;ed Luther Ungrtrom Monday.
secular songs at the Lutheran church i Hans Sholt. who lias been very ill, Is
; Sunday evening. No admisison is
Miss Selma Johnson returned to her
home in Lynn S.'.turday after a short
vibit with frif nd.s in Orion.
Mi:;s Virginia Eagan, who has been
the g test of her aunt, Mrs. C. H.
Schti-:drr, for the last week, returned
to her home In Galeeburg Saturday.
Victor Palmgren who has been quite
l'i for s' ver&l weeks, is still in a seri-
. ous condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hanson and son.
after a week's visit with relatives bore,
returned to their home In Moline Sun
day. About 40 of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Llndblad's friends pleasantry surprised
them at their home Saturday evening.
The time was spent in a social man
ner. A dainty lunch was served. A
puriie of money was presented to thorn
nq o. rerocmhrftTic
'. Rush Wright returned Wednesdav
Ifrom the hospital at Galesburg where
'he has beec receiving treatment for
iQUCited to meet promptlv at 7 oclo'k
i Tuesday ewning. April 15.
G. A. Hail and family, having Just;
arnvea rrom aweaen, win occulv
; rooms in the upper story of F. L. An -
' cerson's house. Mr. Hall is a carpen-
Mrs. H. V. Conover and Mrs. E. C.
I-ove attended the funeral of Mr:;.
Be... have return
A Mrs. J. J.
"d to their Lome in Moline titer visit -
irif.' severs) ,;ays at the 1-oii.e of Mr.
i.r. l Mis. Henry Sheeei-v.
Mr. aud Mrs. IV rt Svh ester ar.d
h:'c"ren of Molir.e spent Sunday ft
the l.orr.e of Mrs. Sylvester's parentis,
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Lawson.
J. I. Sayro of Orion has located in
!.,s AnsfL-s. Cpi. i
I;.- ar:d ?.!rs. Ijotg alter, if 1 th"
st.-aior class play cf the Moline hiz'.i
';hoc! Fiday ever.iag.
, Mrs. Jude Cox and son William of,
I MM III
House Paint, Barn Paint, Floor Paint
and Floor Wax Now Selling at
Amazingly Low Prices
OTHER PAINT PRODUCTS CHEAP
Now that spring and the pnintinp;
season is en, Pavehmrt people v ill
he gratified to know that they can
buy good quality, guaranteed Paints
of all kinds at far less than the usual
This is made possible by the Gor
don -Van Tine Co.'s oiler to sell Point
at cliclcsale prices to the consumer.
They furthermore agree to make fres
deiiverie to any place in the city.
To get good prtir.t at mor.py-savimr
prices, pay the Gordon-Van Tine Co.'s
Plant a visit today. H vou can't do
that, call "190" on the telephone. No
trouble to do business by phone, be
cause Gordon -Van Tino absolutely
punranUe satisfaction, goods os rep
resented or inon. y refunded.
The prices quoted below are made
posi'ilc br two condition:
Fit it you are buying direct front
the wholesaler. (No retailer's profits
or overhead cost to pay.)
Second you are dealing with a
concern that buys pi.int f.r thousands
of people. Naturaliy such ft firm can
far underbuy the ordinary retailer.
House Paint, $1.22
This superior Paint is piarnnteed
a to QiurUt', icrtVif and mrciurc, yet
note our price. Contains the very
high"t grade ingredhms. It's ground
unusually line and is scientifically
mixed. Wen t cini-k. nrl or Watrr
if put en ns p t siin;ih; directions en
can. KhcIi gallon il.'iO to .too sq. feet
( TWO COATS). The. iiatuo of in
gredients is phiinly printed on tho
label, so you know jut what, you're
getting. Conies in 24 brnutiiul colors
Price per gallon, $1.22.
Barn Paint, 88c
Comes ready mixed. .Tut the thing
for P.ariis. Muds. Metal Roofs, Fences,
etc. Enhances Ihe beauty of any
building and greatly lengthens its
life. Use tlii.i Paint and you'll not
have to go to the expense of repaint
ing for a long time. Colors, Vene
tian Red, Light Gray, Prince's Min
eral. Floor Paint, Per Quart, 31c
The kind that gives satisfaction.
Makes clear, handsome, sanitary tloor
that's easily Act clean. Dries iti one
GORDON-VAN TINE CO.
Case and Federal Streets Telephone 191) Davenport, Iowa
Mather.ville are guests at the home
of Mrs. Cox's daughter, Mrs. Luther
The Woman's Relief corps will hold
an apron and white elephant sale at
Wayne's hall Tuesday evening, April
l'i, at S o'c lock.
John Whipple of Mathersvllle visit-
' improving rapidly.
Tho Standard Oil company will
start erecting tanhs and buildings cn
its hi' near the C. R. I. & P. depot as
soon as the weather conditions are
fleture r.a SroUen Bores.
In fhe ;v!lc-!mr tif broken bones na
ture can give the best surgeon point',
ers When a lione is broken tbe splin
tered ends are ion tunneled with carti
lage until ttiey are firmly held in posi
tion. Then gradually n layer of bone
is pineed bet.ui'c a them aud soldered
I i 1
i C --t; ;';t--::l V-L&il-' -T',
CELT BR AT EU tl
- : p'lWSf
; farT ; ' t)tlt'3S!tf:
: fe.J K z Jrrrx'
. fiit -XiiT
: rJsJ '-. :trilrfA.
fcijj'1? ?'. VzrK'O::
I U ISLE
night. Can be scrubbed or washed
without irmtry. ?.i: kes old floors look
neic. Quality and satisfaction guar
antrrd. Comes in a colors Price per
Per Pint, 28c
f Great stuff for wood-work, beds,
shelves, etc Ready-mixed so any
woman or man can "apply it. Give's
beautiful porcelain effect. Unharmed
by soap and water Dries in onu
night. Ten beautiful colore. Get a
can and burnish up that old chair or
bed per pint, 2oa.
Floor Varnish, $1.50
The tough, elastic, durable kititt
our "Gordon" Hrand. Ready for in
stant use. Dries in SO to 30 hours
with high gloss. Fully guaranteed. If
you don't want to put money into a
new fl.ior this season just cover it
with this fine varnish. Per gal. $1.."0.
nere's a entooth, hard finish Kal
somine: the kind that won't rub oir.
Comes in beautiful tints. Contains
no injurious cliemicnls. Looks better
and is better than costly wall paper.
Never gets dull or shabby. Covers
l."2 sq. ft. per lb., which is'S5 more
than ordinary Kalsomine. Four
pounds decorate ordinary sized room.
Choice of 1 1 colors. Try it on your
bed room, dining room. hall, parlor
or kitchen. CHir price for 4 lbs. 24c
Wall Paper Cleaner, 7c
For cleaning windoT shades, kal
somine, wall paper, etc. Makes rooms
clean and sanitary. Saves re-papering.
Ready for instant use. Knough
in one package to clean a room per
Floor Wax 30e per 1 Ih. can.
DuiUd Linsrrd Oil in 10 Gal. Lots,
note 83c per Gal.
Remember, if you can't call In per
son at our Plant today, you can call
by telephone or drop us a postal. Our
phone is 190.
We deliver Taint free any place in
Davenport on orders for !?.'l or more.
All orders handled promptly.
cogettier. All" the physician bfis Co do
is to bring the two ends of the bones
together so Ibst the point will b
smooth and even. Nature's little agents
do tbe rest.
A Losing Game.
"Your wife doesn't day bridge at all,
"No. She's stopped entirely."
"Whnt was the cure 7"
"Sbe lost $7 to her dearest friend.
"Lott both her money and her friend,
Exactly." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A Ready Answer.
"Bo mine. 1 cannot live wlthont
"Bah!" Mid the heiress "You have
lived without me for years."
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cost of living bus got to me at lust."
All the news all the time The Argun.
to your stomach
Treat it the way Natttre in
tended and you will always be
Help it vhen there are signs
of weakness or distress, and
you have the secret to contin
ued good health.
The first re?.! aid to a weak
It restores the appetite, ail':
digestion, keeps tho liver ai.-J
boivcrl3 active and improve3
your general health.
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