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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
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Weather Bureau Ha Press. The J
priutinK Of the Davenport office of j
the government weather bureau ar- i
rived yesterday and was taken to the
third floor of the postoffice building,
where it will be installed. The nevr
press will be used in printing the
daily weather maps, bulletin cards,
and river bulletins. The old method
of mimeographing these will be dis
continued. The maps will be made by
means of the chalk plate process the
same as plates now used by the news
papers. The work of getting out the
maps will be greatly facilitated en
abling the omce to get the maps out
for circulation in shorter time than at
Discontinue Weighing Office. As a
result of the changes announced by
the railroads in the inillir.g in transit
reflations, the Davenport office of
the Wesu-m Railway Weighing asso
ciation, looted at CS, First National
bank building, will be discontinued.
The new rules go into effect May 1,
and the locvl office will be discon
tinued at' the same time, although no
official announcement has-ben made
of the change.
White Slavers Sentenced. Chang
ing their pleas of not guilty to guilty
to violation of the Mann 'white slav
ery aft, James Kmbre. colored, and
his wife. 1-earl Kmbre. white. Wore
sentenced to the penitentiary yester
day by Federal Jude Smith McFher
Hon. The two defendants, through
their atatorney M. V. Gannon, when
arraigned following indictment oy the
federal grand Jury, entered pleas of
ot guilty to the charges made by 21-year-old
Nora Stevenson, but when
their caHe was called both pleaded
guilty. The man wuh sentenced to the
K:i;i water. Minn., mate penitentiary
fc-r three yesars, and the woman to two
years at the state penitentiary in Kan
sas. Gets $10,000 Verdict. A verdict for
the pialntlff in tl sum of f 10.000 was j
returned In the damage m:il of Mrj.
Anna Kusche vs. the Ketinilorf Axle
eonipuny. The plaint tfT. through at- !
torner Kly & liusli. had sued for i
this amount for the death of her hus
band, who wi'.s killpd in an accident
at the defendant company's plant sev
eral months a?i. She alleged negli
gence on the purt of the ronipany.
The verdict Is one of the biKest re
turned by a jury in the local court
for over a year.
Sheets Gets Life Sentence. Flovd
M. Sheou. self tonfe8H..d' slaver of!
Kinrst itai!dirf. th wt oni' nmr !
was sentenced to the Kt. Madioon pen- I
itentlary for life. The voui: man i
i i i i .. . U'S "' -i one is noi quae , Thi ,t..r wna fin the flan
hen he heard the sentence pronounc- ! 1 n's EUL w"3 P1DI,e(i on lne DaP
cd upon him by .ludge Theophilus. did three yearB old' Uut she wears tne ; of the child's overalls, and she wears
not betray the least i-n of emotion j '"PKula.S.on nicklefp'.ated reporter's , it constantly.
or fripht and as he was being led i star that pa-sseu her through the "tire ! A few days ago she walked into the
out of the court room by Deputy Sher- I lines," and into places where the or-: office of the Denver Times, 10 blocks
iff Murinan, t inilt-tl uk he put on his i dinary citizen is refused admittance, j from her heme, and said she wasn't
hr.t. Ia aaswer to the court's iues- Baby Wolf, as she is most famil- j los'., but that maybe her mamma
tion as to whether or not he had uny- j iarly known among the police and wanted her.
thing to i.ay why judgiiieiit should not newspaper men, is the daughter of' "Can I tclepho-Je to maania?" asked
be pronounced tipou him, he replied: i James Wolf, proprietor of a res'aurant ; the baby.
"No. sir." Sheets was brought into j ct 1&47 Welton street. Instead of "Ceruiinr," rep ied one of the re
court and through his attorney, Alfred weariug the clothes of a girl she is ; porters, "where is your mamma?"
I'orsonH entered a ploa of not guilty. . h- FP(,n toddlinir un a-nd down the : "She's home. I guess, and I 'soect
Following the taking of some testi
mony by the court, he entered a plea
From Nervousness C&used by
Female Ills Restored to
Health by Lydia E.
Auhutn. N. Y. ' I suffered from
nervousness for tt'ii years, and had such
organic pa'.ns that
sometimes I would
)ie ip bed. four days
at a time, could not
:i cat or sleep and did
" ti jnwtwant anyone to
l . tl . l - . U.I
j ui.rv iu ii. e or uouicr
me at aii. &om.
time" I would suffer
x) for seven hours at a
time. Different doc
tors did the best
they coutJ for m
cntil four months ago I began giving
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound a triai ani now I tun in good
health." Mrs. William H. Gill, 15
1'lcasant Street, Auburn, New York.
M Doctor's Daughter Took It."
SL Cloud. Minn. "I was so run down
ty overwork ar.d worry that I coufd not
iUu-.d it to have my children talk a'oud
r walk heavy on the f.oor. One of ir.y
f-.iend said, 'Try Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, for I know a doc
tor's daughter here in town vrho takes
it and he would not take it if it wer
" 1 sent for the Compoun.l at once and
kept on taking it until I was all ri-ht."
-Mrs Dkrtha M. Qockftadt, 727 6th
venue, S., St. Cloud, Minn.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound may be rolled upon as the moat
riScient remedy for female ills. Why
im't ycu try it?
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BABY WOLF THE YOUNGEST REPORTER
ON RECORD; 3, WEARS REPORTER'S STAR
pop Hre-ry" rv ' X y tei
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Baby LucUe Wolf.
DeBTW (o! APril 26. Baby Lucile j
Wolf, the ycuneest oolice reporter in :
the world, "covers assignments" on the
i streets in the garb cf a boy the polk-
ado, gingham shirt with the tail
I shoved down Into the pair of blu
overalls. Hr hat is a big broad
brimmed plouch carpetbag make.
The young reporter began her ca-1
reer of "breaking into print" by run -
i n'nt cway from home, e nter cr police
O'Neill fays that th youngster has
! boon picked up by 4he police not less
! than times and taken to the station,
1 where her mother would call for her.
j of guilty to the charge. Since the
i dale of the ruurdtr. Jan. 30, 1913,
j Sheets has been coc fined in the coun
ty jail. His youthful age has buoyed
! him up since the murder of the grocer,
whom he attempted to rob about S
o'clock that evening and when his
plans were about to be frustrated by
! obstinacy on the part of the propri-
j etor of the store, he shot him. Three
shots were Ored. one taking effect.
In the testimony taken before the
court. Sheets stated that he had not
' planned to kill Dalldorf, but had lost
' Ms head when the jrrocer threw a bread
' car-e at him cutting a deep gash In
his w rist. This he said angered him
so that he shot, the first two shots be
j inic to frighten the man and the third
; to hit him. Dalldorf died almost in-
stantly. Sheets was caught in Rock
j Island two days later, one of his cap
Jtors. Detective Packy Phelan, and
(Clyde Jajrer, the only eye witness to
the tragedy, beius; witnesses before
the court- It !s not prob&ble tiiat
Sheets will be paroled as the commut
ing of his sentence rem solely with
the state legislature.
Obituary Rtcord. Mary A. Bald
win, wife of B. S. Baldwin, died at
her home, 42? Bridge avenue, Thurs
day afternoon, after an illness of eight
days with pneumonia. She was born i
in Kockinghara township. Scott Coun-1
ty, Nov. 26. 1844, and was the daugh-1
ter of Richard and Mary Jenkins, j
She was a member of the Old Settlers' j
society of Scott county in which she 1
took a great interest. The deceased
is survived by the husband and sev
eral brothers and sisters, among them
Mrs John Wheeler, 41S Bridge avenue.
So frequent were her visits that the
I'-Ke reporters at the station became
intertsted in hc?r and bough, her a
reporter's star, for which they paid
she wants me. I didn't know where
my bon:e is." said Baby Wolf.
Tbe reporter telephoned to the po-
ure sit -ion ann nno-mea tne cniei iua '
je cmti iua
to en home
io go nome.
i" cain" thp
the "kid reporter" wanted
oot me Kia, r.ave your sam weiw a. hall, under the supervision of
; chief. "AI right; her mother is here
i now looK'.cg ior ner. hnen come
: righ:; un and get her. Old offender.
! tha-v kid. They usually keep her
locked up so she can't run away, but
', this time th y forgot and she beat it."
i Miss Mabel Anderson returned to
new indoor Wednesday arter a snort
j visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
j q Anderson.
The high school declamatory con
test will be held at the Aledo opera
house Thursday evening, April 24.
j Tfcere win be seven contestants, five
k i it. lwu .' '' UV:
Music will be fur-
menea ny tne uiris uiee ciud ana Dy
the Boys' Glee club t
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lowry went to
Davenport, Iowa, Tuesday to spend
the iI.it !
Mips Sue Odell went to Reynolds
Wednesday where she will work in
the telephone office.
Dr. O. Daymude of Monmouth was
a guest at the home of her sister and
husband. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lockhart.
"THE GAME IS ON"
You must play the "gams ef
health" every day and the re
suit is according to how you
treat your Stomach, Liver and
Bowels. TO WIN, help them
maintain strength and activity
by the daily use of
. . . ,
Young Gardners Begin Work. Tec j
enthusiastic young gardeners started j
work on the ground assigned them by !
the Y. M. C. A. at Riverside ark.
One hundred and fifteen other lads
had already begun to work their gar
dens in their own back yards. The
boys are all enthusiastic over the
work. Even though they cannot all
win the three prizes the pleasure of
furnishing vegetables for the home ta
ble appeals to the boys. Between 30
and 05 plots of ground can be assign
ed to entrants. These are each 12 b7
Z0 feet in size and furnish plenty of
room for a good sized garden.
Settles for $1,503 as Damages.
Harlie Goar, a young man whose hand
was maimed by a die machine at ! met at the home of Fred Wynn, south
Deere & Mansur Co.'s last winter, ij j we3t of town.
understood to have been awarded j J. Wasburn's niece, Bessie Was
$1,600 as damages. The board of ar- j burn of Hock Island, spent Wednes
bitration, appointed under the opera- j day at his home, also visitiag school,
tion of the workmen's compensation j Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lees. Mr. and
act, reached this verdict as a just fig-! Mrs. Nicbiing, Mrs. Wylie, Nellie Mc
ure to remunerate the injured man i Gympey, Mrs. C. Latham, Mrs. Nich
for the loss of ability. Attorneys for ols and Mrs. Velie were tri-city call
the defendant h'ave not advised what ' ers Monday.
ot inn XX.-1 11 Iwi i lr r,r n rAr Vi a sn '
whether or not it will be appealed to'
the circuit court.
Auto Breaks on Tracks. A driver
of a delivery car for the Kohrs Pack
ing company was placed in a danger
ous position yesterday afternoon when
the front axle of the automobile snap
ped while crossing the railroad tracks
on Fifteenth street. The car came to
a stop almost in the center of the
crossing, but fortunately there was no
train approaching. The car was haul
ed to the curbing to await repairs.
Plan to Build Houses. The .Great
er Moline committee, organized last
week Friday, held its second meeting
yesterday. This committee seeks
first of all to launch a plan for the
building of a large number of new
dwellings in Moline. The committee
expects to find obstacles, but it aluo
expects to meet and overcome them.
The first thing that it is up against
is the Illinois state law forbidding cor
porations from dealing in real estate.
Naturally the corporation idea is the
one that first comes to mind as a so
lution of the house building plan for
Obituary Record. Mrs. Fanuy C.
Steyaert of East Moline passed away
from the home at 3 o'clock yesterday
i afternoon after a long illness cf the
1UUI ..IV ...V L.b f . '-j V . 111 . t. . I
born in Belgium 87 years ago and had
been a resident of this country 15
years. She had made her home in
East Moline for the last 10 years.
Surviving are her husband, Charles
Steyaert, and several children grown
to maturity aud residing in her native
-Nurse Martha Odell, who has been
caring for Carl Peterson for nearly
12 weeks, was taken on Wednesday
with pneumonia and is now at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Anna Peter
son, seriously ill. A trained nurse is
I with her.
Royal Nc,ghbor8 of America, Wat-
; ert0wn camp, held a class adoption of,
v. j w . :
40 members Vednesdav night at M. .
,,r . .. .w. ..-. ...
Mrs. Nena Graham, district deputy of
Illinois. Several members of Silvis
lodge were present. A splendid so
cial time was had and a delicate
luncheon was served.
The Baptist Aid society met Wed
nesday all day with Mrs. Henry Hil-
Mr. and Mrs. James Allsbrow from
Davenport are Watertown visitors for
a few days.
George Cook returned to his home
'of Dnanra Frm-a aftbr a t;h nrf T-1 i t I
here with his son's family.
Mrs.Jessie Lestca of Silvis visited
here Wednesday with her. sister, Mrs.
Mrs. L. Ii. Snow is spending several
weeks in Geneseo with the family of
Mrs. Fred Chidester and daughters
' ere in East Moiine the mid
die of the week on Mrs. Frank Her-
! Mr. and Mrs. Marion Walker and
, HaroId 01Uer are spendiIlg a week a
Zuma at c, de Wake home
Raymond Ausbrook has arrived
home from Waterloo, Iowa, where he
was attending business college. He
will spend the summer vacation at
A young men's bible class was or
ganized at the Methodist church here
one night this week.
Little Willard Pearsall Is quite
poorly for the week past
Mrs. Lilly Hill of Silvis was a Wat
ertown caller Wednesday eight and
attended the Royal Neighbors meet
ing. Mary Pearsall of Port Byron spent
from Monday till Thursday at the Ot
to Peterson home. Little Loul3e went
to Port Byron with her.
Mrs. Leroy Hampson of Silvis and
Mrs. Irene Gainey of Carbon Cliff spent
Wednesday evening here.
Thomas Thompson of Sioux City,
Iowa, Is visiting here at the homes of
his sisters, Mrs. Ed Hogue and Mrs.
The Methodist Aid society meets
y aext Wednesday with Mrs.
Vogler, when they hold their dollar
Next Sunday evening a mass meet
ing will be held at the First Metho
dist church, Moline. Bishop William.
McDowell will speak. All the local
Methodists are requested to attend as
there will be no services in the East
Moiine, ilvis, Watertowa- or Hamp
ton churches. All are requested to
leave Watertown and Silvis on the
6:15 car if possible.
Miss Mable Coleman who is nurs
ing on a case at Cambridge, spent a
day with home folks this week.
Mrs. Thompson of Hampton is here
with her daughter, Martha Odell.
The Coal Valley baseball team is to
play the Rock Island Cross Country
team Sunday, April 27.
The Boy Scout team of Coal Vallsy
played the Boy Scouts of Milan last
Saturday. The score was 15 to 1 in
favor of the Coal Valley Scouts.
Mr. Ilishell of Milan visited the
Coal Valley public school Wednesday.
He gave a short lecture oa BlacV;
Hawk and his tribe. Mr. Hishell has
written a book on Black Hawk's life.
He also composed a legend on St.
Clair's life, which he read to the pu
pils of the higher room.
Tuesday evening the Sunday school
class called the Coal Vallev Hustlers
Ed Love of Minnesota and Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Bloom and children, and
Mr. Peterson of Sherrard were auto
riding through Coal Valley Wednes
day. Ed Allen of Rock Island was a busi
ness caller in Coal Valley Wednesday.
Edna Anderson of Moline is visit
ing relatives at Coal Valley.
Mrs. Mary Carlson of Coal Valley
returned home Wednesday after a
week's visit with friends in Moline.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the Presbyterian church held an en
tertainment and social at Coal Valley
Miss Iva Pearce, the teacher of elo
cution at Augustana college, gave a
number of selections at the entertain
ment Saturday evening.
Grandma Callahan is ill.
Mr. Wasburn's father of Rock Is-4
land and his brother of the same city
spent Wednesday with J. Wasburn of
Mr. Nichols of Coal Valley return
ed home Saturday after a business
trip to Wisconsin.
The Misses Kathryn, Pearl and
Jennie Somerson of Moline spent
Sunday at home.
Mrs. Fraak Sievers of -Rock Island
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Posten,
of Coal Vallny.
Edwin Nichols spent Sunday at
Mrs. James Wilson attended the
Embroidery club meeting at Sunny
Mrs. Evert Couser of Moline return
ed to her home Tuesday after a
week's visit with friends.
Rev. Mr. Bearid of Coal Valley will
preach at Sherrard Sunday in the U.
B. church. Mr. Johnson of that city
will take Mr. Bearid's place preaching
at Coal Valley in the afternoon and
at Beulah church in the evening.
Maud Sackville who is teaching
school at Illinois City, spent Sunday
Alice Williams is spending a week
i at home.
Fred Wilhcuse, the Coal Valley
stock buyer, is shipping hogs this
Mrs. Charles Swenson of East Mo
line is visiting her mother, Mrs. Nitz,
Mrs. Sopha Mingler of Sherrard vis-
... . . . .
ited here Saturday.
The Coal alley
alley baseball boys will
i give a
box sociable and home talent
play, "pun on the Peoria Train."
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Washburu en-
I iertalned a party of friendu at din-
i Miss Ethe'. Crosier and Francis
Richmond of Geneseo and Mr. and
Lady in Goodwater Describes tier
Distressing Experience and
Teiis How Shs , Was
Goodwater, Mo. "Ever since I was
a little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramore,
"I was a great rufiercr from dyspepsia.
1 suffered misery after eating, and had
I thought I had to suffer this way ts
long as I lived, bat when I began to lcl;e
Thcdford's Black-Draught, in small
doses, every niht, the heartburn was all
gone in a few days, ar.d I could cat
i took two small packages in all, and
although that was sorre time ago, the
dyspepsia has not returned.
i speak a coed word for Thedfcrd's
Ehck-Dizught whenever 1 have the op
portunity." U ecting causes distress, we urge ycu
to try Thcdiord's 3lick-Draaht. Il
cleanses the system, helps the stoirach tc
dirst its food, regulates the bowels, and
stimulates the liver.
It acts pertly ar.d is without bad after
eff-xt--. Trvit. Prim 2Zz.
( A-. erufiesent.)
House Paint, Barn Paint, Floor Paint
and Floor Wax Now Selling at
Amazingly Low Prices
OTHER PAINT PRODUCTS CHEAP
Vow that spring and the pnintin'
season is on, Davenport peojdc will
be gratified to know that tiny can
buy good quality, guaranteed l'nints
of all kinds at far less than vt he usual
This is made possible by the Gor
don .Van Tine Co.'s olfer to sell Paint
nt u-holcsalc, prices to the consumer.
They furthermore afjree to mUv free
deliveries to nny place in the city.
To get pood paint at money-saving
prices, pay the Gordon-Van Tine Co.'s
Plant a visit today. If you can't do
that, call "100" on the telephone. Xo
trouble to do business by phone, be
cause Gordon - Van Tine absolutely
guarantee satisfaction, poods as rep
resented or money refunded.
The prices quo!! below nre made
possible by two conditions:
First you ars buying direct from
the wholesaler. (No retailer's profits
or overhead cost to pay.)
Second you are dealing with a
concern that buys paint for thousands
of people. Naturally such ft firm can
far underbuy the ordinary retailer.
House Paint, $1.22
This superior Paint is guaranteed
as to quality, tnright and measure, yet
note our price. Contain the very
highest grade ingredients. It's ground
unusually fine and is scientifically
mixed. Won't crack, peel or blister
if put on as per simple directions on
can. Ich gallon 250 to 300 sq. feet
(TWO COATP). The name of in
gredients is plainly printed on tlie
label, so you know just what you're
getting. Conies in 24 Vautiful colors
Price per gallon, 11.22.
Barn Paint, 88c
Comes ready mixed. Just the thing
for Barns, Sheds, Metal Roofs, Fences,
etc. Knhsnces the beauty of any
building and grently lengthens its
life. I'se thi Paint and you'll not
have tr go to the expense of repaint
ing for a long time. Colore. Vene
tian Red, Light Gray, Prince's Min
eral. Floor Paint, Per Quart, 31c
The kind that gives satisfaction.
Makes clear, handsome, sanitary floor
that's easily kept clean. Dries in one
GORDON-VAN TINE. CO.
Case and Federal Streets
Mrs. Elmer Whitney visited friends
in Orion Friday.
The Shining Lights society met at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray McDon
ald Friday evening.
Mias Ruth Cookes returned to her
home in Cambridge after a short vis
it with Miss Huth Swanson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Peterson visiied
relatives in Moline Sunday.
Mrs. F. G. Andreen entertained the
Thimble club Friday afternoon.
F. V. Samuelson sold his Moline
autornobilo Monday to Albert Swan
son. Mrs. H. W. Bailey and children vis
ited in Rock Island Saturday.
Lee Frost will play with the Keo
kuk team this summer.
Charles Kinsey, who has been seri
ously ill, is able to be around again.
Clair Long of East Moliue visited
over Sunday with home folks.
J. R. Goddard is moving into the
Mrs. .1. M. Iliggins residence in the
north part of towa.
Mrs. Byron Jovdan very pleasantly
entertained the Woman's Missionary
society of the M. E. church Friday
Mrs. William Parnell was a Colona
Misd Leona Dunning of Aledo and
Mrs. Charles Palmgren'and her two
daughters, Miss J.iyrtle and Mrs.
Charles Clair of Rock Island attended
the funeral of Miss Lillian Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson
and baby of Sherrard "visited friends
in Orion Sunday.
Charles Palmgren of" Rook Inland
visited over Sunday with Victor Palm
gren. Elwood Edwards of Geneseo Is via
Ring thi3 week at the Edwards hcmi;
'Mii-3 Ella O'Leary entertained a
few out of town friunds Sunday.
Those present were Miss Edii.li Palm
gren of Rock Island, Liliic Nordstrom
Mrs. Cilie Iliggin returned to her j
home in Alpha Saturday after a visii .
with her daughter, Mrs. Welg.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Victor and three
children of Erievisited over Sunday
at the Commercial hotel.
Mrs. William Lembke ar.d Mrs. G.
B. Krapp of Coal Valley spent Mon
day with Orion friends.
Huprh liambrick returned to his
home !a Virdrn, '111., Monday a;ier a
short vi3lt with bis parents.
Itev. P. J. Brodine has returned
from Holdrege, Neb., where he at
tended the funeral services of Rev.
Mr. Swanberg cf that placa.
Mr. Benson and Misses Edlund and
Carlson of Rock Island wre gucfitu
of Miss Heien Gustafson Sunday.
Ynne Joranaen of Augustana col-,
lege occunied the pulpit in the Luth
eran church Sunday in the absence
of Rev. J. P. Brodine.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hall and children
of Sherrard spent the week end with
(relatives and friends in Cria.
nirW. Can be ncrubbed or washed
without injury. Makes old tlftors look
tinr. Quality and satisfaction g-.utr-ok
feci. Comes in o colors Price per
Per Pint, 28c
Great stulT for wood-work, beds,
slielvvs, cte. Ready-aiixed so any
woman or man can apply it. Gives
beautiful porcelain effect. Unharl
by soap and water Dries in oir
night. Ton beautiful colors. Get a
can and burnish up that old chair or
bed per pint, 2Sc
Floor Varnish, $1.50
The tonnh. clastic, dirablc kind
cur "Gordon" Brand. Ready for ins-hint
use. - Pries in SO to 3ti hoiKS
with high gloss. Fully guaranteed. If
you don't want to put money into a
now floor this season just cover it
with this fine varnish. Per gal. $1.50.
'Here's a smooth, hard finish Knl-nomim-
the kind that won't rub off.
Corner in beautiful tints. Contains
no injurious chemicals. Looks better
and is lx-ttcr than costly wall paper. .
Never gets dull or shabby. Covers
152 sq. ft. per lb., which is 35, more
than ordinary Kalsomine. Four
pounds decorate ordinary sized room.
Choice of 11 colors. Try it on jour
bod room, dining room, hall, parlor
or kitchen. Our price for 4 lbs. 24c.
Wall Paper Cleaner, 7c
For cleaning window shades, kal
pomine, wall paper, etc. Makes rooms
clean and sanitary. Saves re-papering.
Ready for instant use. Enough
in one package to clean a room per
Floor Wax 30c per 1 lb. can.
Boiled Linseed OX in 10 Gal. Lots,
now 53c 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 100.
We deliver Taint fme any place in
Davenport on orders for $3 nr more.
All orders handled promptly.
Telephone 191) Davenport, Iowa
ed Saturday and Sunday in Moline.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gabriolson
were pleasantly surprised by a large
number of friends Saturday evening.
Dr. J. A. Gustafson brought his new
live passenger Bulck automobile home
from Cambridge Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richardson vis
ited in the tri-cities Tuesday.
Roy Kettering has purchased a
new motorcycle for use on his route.
Mrs. John Gustafson, Jr., visited
Tuesday at the home of her sister,
Mrs. L. R. Waite, near Osco.
FOR MEN'S DISEASES
you wiU 8 a v e
muney und dis
you Ret the rlrht
With our lartco
2Ki!-ticti no g'lfcKs
work, Imt put
you right on the
b?st ll ivumcr.l to
efTect the quick
en t cure. Jtvinrm
ber. our clinr;;a
for a curt- ary
tii lowrHt of a:y
If yoj arc umsuv- oHnfully treated y
o:her doctors, come to 11 uud jfet
the riglit treatment at once.
"OLD CHROMIC CASES'
Cotue fur linpiure, uricuae Kn
Ir.rrnicplu, Kuullrtl etna, Sorrx,
t ntnful iv.-l!i.n, I'ilm, "ert viis
l.ew, ila karbe, II brumutlnui, (
tarrli. Moanrh ami iicnrt I roulilcu.
Nulurr ana Mladiirr lHr:.r, Mi. in
aud 'UlouJ lK-n-K, i'liifiuif Hair,
l'Jruttiiiia on Uly, Ktr.
If yoj li.ive an oni rnne that lias
bun liiiiigwitf on lor wn-kj or tnoiuiin
ami wiiicii tnt'ui'.'.i.en from doctors
onil 1 riiiz-ist ran t seem to cire up
ri,ht. tiitrc la sonic Ku.toii. We have
a uciiiiilto cur' fr ti.is..- cnt-s unci
Will r:;re yti liKht. quickly Kud
cin aply. li,r t let chronic duv.io
diiii; o:i dov.ii and .icski. your vi
tality or wreck your manhood.
quickly restored. Oo you feel you
are tint the n:an y.,u oilot to be. or
u.-ed to be? Are you weak, lame in
the back, worried, e.ist lotvn? We
can cure you w j:l o;iti 1ou a
n.an k'.-.x. W'u cjrt secretly and
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Cll I.'iih street.
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i. :ind Sunday
mornif.t?. Sto 1.
da otl.t-r lait.
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(iay a nil Satur
7 to 9. Cloned
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