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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1913.
DAY IN DAVENPORT
Steal Meerschaum! A clever rob-j ML Vernon, Texas, endeavoring to lo-
bery j as perpetrated at the Otto Al-! cate the heirs of Mrs. Ann Bernhardt,
brecht Cigar company's store . in the j who is supposed to have died in Dav-
"300" block on West Second street
Saturday night. Theodore Harta, the
proprietor, had stepped out of the
store for a few minntes on tiuslness.
He left his salesman, Ernst Wenael,
Bitting by the doorway on the outside
ot the store. A stranger happened
along and engaged Mr. Wensel In con
versation. Shortly afterwards Mr.
Wenzel observed a man pass out of
the doorway. He asked him if he
wanted anything and he replied that
he did not Presently Mr. Hartz re
turned to the store and no sooner had
he entered than he noticed that a
cumber of meerschaum, pipes, valued
at $75, were missing. It is quite evi
dent that the man who engaged Mr.
Wenzel in conversation was an ac
complice of the sneak thief, who en
tered the store and purloined the
pipes. The robbery has been report
ed to the police. As yet there have
been no arrests.
Burglarize Store. Burglars entered
the Jewelry store of E. W. Niemand,
307 West Third street, after the place
was closed SaturSay night and escap
ed with $S87 worth of valuables. Mr.
Niemand bas offered a reward of $100
for the arrest of the guilty parties and
the return of the loot A rear window
was opened by the thieves, through
which they gained entrance to the
store. They evidently neglected to
try the rear door, which was not lock
ed, and through which the robbers
took their departure. With the ex
perience of Jewelry robbers, the
thieves evidently knew Just what they
w anted and where to obtain their loot
Gold watches, stick pins, watch fobe,
rings and silverware were among the
missing articles reported to the police
yesterday morning. Two of the
watches were worth $100. The rob
bery was not discovered until Sunday
morning when Mr. Niemand entered
his place of business. There is no
clew to the identity of the perpetra
tors. Seekjng Heirs, An inquiry came to
the Davenport police yesterday from
enport. She left $10,000 in gold dust
and nuggets. As far as can be as
certained no such woman ever lived or
died in this city.
S tat Club Opens. The new season
of the Davenport Elks Skat club was
inaugurated last eight at the club
rooms on West Fourth street. Much
interest was manifested last season in
this game and even greater interest is
expected the coming one. All Elks are
eligible to membership.
in the same branch at the high school
for one year. Before coming here Mr.
Jebens "taught German at Superior
and Waukesha, Wis. Increasing legal
L LJJUVJ-I J &.- .
the reason of his resignation.
Recovers From Fall. Al Liley of
Henry street who has been at his
home for the past week suffering from
Injuries sustained in a fall at the Bet-
tendorf Axle company, where he drop-
who has been attending the chiroprac
tic convention in Davenport, spent a
Mrs. Willits, corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Newton was elected superintend-
Falls, Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. F. W. Lemon of Joy visited
here Wednesday with her parents, Mr.
; and Mrs. Erick Hawklnson.
j or ..in ;. hin ma airs. is. t. Parkinson ana uuie
ireu icci auu cja ...... t-. -
almost entirely recovered and will re- j daughter. Gladys, of Keithsburg came
iew nays mis week wita Mr. and .Mrs. ent or the Standard Bearers. Mrs.
M. J. Merryman. I Dunlevy, superintendent of King's Hcr-
Mr. and Mrs. Orville "Brown and lit-1 aMs; Mrs. Bertha Hartman, superin-
tle daughter have rone to Redwood i tendent of the Light Bearers; Mrs
sume work at the plant
Dairy Commissioner Here. Hon. W.
B. Barney, state dairy and food com
missioner, is in Davenport today and
upon the invitation of the local groc
ers and meat dealers, will address
them at 8 o'clock this evening at the
Commercial club. The meeting will b
a sort of schotjl of instruction for the
Struck With Pitchfork. A dispute
alleged to have been caused over a
dice game, resulted in the arrest of i Davenport merchants. Mr. Barney
Dan Morality. Manna Jones and Ed ! will explain in detail the features of
Volquardsen, arraigned in police
yesterday morning for disturbing the
peace. Jones, who is a negro, seems
to have fared worst in the encounter.
He exhibited a bloody shirt, caused,
he claims, from being struck by a
pl'chfork. He was sent to Jail for
five days. The other two paid fines
of $5 and court costs.
Steal Bracelet A sneak thief some
time Saturday entered the home of
Mrs. Lillian Galloway, 421Vi West
Second street The apartments were
ransacked but as far as known the
only missing article is a gold brace
let Ad Club Dinner. .The Davenport
Ad club will hold a meeting at the
Davenport Commercial club next
Thursday evening. Dinner will be
served at 6:30 o'clock, after which
George H. Bryant advertising direc
tor of the Velie ilotor Vehicle com
pany of Moline, will give a talk on
Resigns as Teacher. Superinten
dent Frank L. Smart of the public
Bchools yesterday received the resig
nation of Attorney Henry H. Jebens
as supervisor of German, to become
effective not later than the beginning
of next semester. Mr. Jebens has been
supervisor of German since 1907 pre
vious to which time he was instructor
the new sanitary laws which have re
cently become effective in the han
dling and sale of foodstuffs. In case
any one present is in doubt as to the
interpretation of any part of the law
Mr. Barney will be pleased to en
lighten them thereon.
Licensed to Wed. A marriage li
cense was issued yesterday morning
by Clerk of District Court McFarland
to Joseph Loeffler and Anna Steen of
Davenport; to Hans E. Roschlau and
Florence A. Steffen, Davenport
Thursday to make a short visit with
her sister, Mrs. Alice Vance.
Mrs. John Cubbage of Joy was an
Aledo visitor Friday.
The Misses Blanch and Lena Mar
quis and Maud Granger went to Viola
Saturday to spend the day with
friends. . . ,
Miss Augusta Bloomquist returned
to her home in Chicago Saturday after
an extended stay In this city.
John H. Fields and Miss Mary E.
Epperly of Joy were married at the
Methodist parsonage in this city Tues
day morning, Sept 4, at 6:30 o'clock,
Rev. J. B. Bartle officiating. They
were attended by Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Epperly ana" Miss Irma Nesbitt. The
Matchneer, superintendent of mite
boxes. At the close of the business
meeting the society presented a so
ciety pin to Mrs. Evans, who has been
president for the past three years.
Master Lee Ward left Thursday for
his home in Denver. CoL, after spend
ing several months here with his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George
D. Venable. He was accompanied as
far as Galesburg by Mrs. Venable.
Mrs. A. M. Luther went to Chicago
Saturday for a short visit with her
mother and daughter and will visit
her sister. Mrs. D. L. Arney in Stur
gis, Mich., before returning home.
Professor A. H. Woodsworth of Chi
cago is visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Mclntyre.
Miss Myrtle Hudson is spending the
week with her sister, Mrs. Earl Bry
The work in the new manual train
ing and domestic science departments
of the Aledo public school will begin
FATHER JOHN'S IS A SAFE
A :.- eat ,
Mrs. A. M. Dunlap of Chicago re
turned to her home Friday after spend
ing two weeks with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Morrison. Her sister.
Miss Vera Morrison, accompanied her
home for a few weeks' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brewman and
little son of New Castle, Ind., came
Wednesday to visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. May.
Miss Hilda Runbom arrived home
Thursday from a two weeks' visit with
her 6ister. Mrs. J. B. Idstrom at Hib
bing, Minn., and friends in Superior,
Wis., and Duluth. Minn. .
Miss Ola May Young, oldest daugh-!for Denver, Col., for an extended visit
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Young of ! w ith relatives. Sha was accompanied
this city died in Joy Monday morning,
groom's home is in Peebles. Ohio, but j next . the material and equip-
he has been engaged in farming lai" "ul lu'
this county for several years. The ek" Profe88r "' hittier w11
bride is the daughter of Mrs. William v charge of the work n manual
Epperly of Joy and has many relatives
and friends in this vicinity. Mr. and
Mrs. Fields left on the early morping
train for Chicago, Cincinnati and oth
er points in the east. After their re
turn they will make their home near
Miss Mary Greer was a Galesburg
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Moore of Polo,
who have been visiting their son, Dr.
G. H. Moore, returned to their home
. Daniel Fender, who has been visit
ing for two weeks with relatives here,
went i.o New London, Iowa, Wednes
day to spend a short time with his
son, Taylor Fender, before returning
to his home in Long Beach, Cal.
Mrs. Alice Sheese came home Thurs
day from Joy where she had spent a
few days with relatives. .
Miss Alma Lindstrom left Thursday
Water Tug of War the Newest Sport for Bathers
The latest water sport is the tug of
war. It is providing dally amusement
for hundreds at bathing beaches. The
the water almost waist deep. The lead
ers naming members selected for the
separate teams. The sides line up In
the water almost waist deep. The lead
ers lock handa. Every one in eacii
line puts his or her arms around him
or her in front. Every one plants feet
deep in the sand and pulls backward.
When the tug is the hardest the lino
breaks. The players fall back in the
water for a sudden ducking, which
must be followed by strenuous efforts
to disentangle from the pile. The
line that re-forms firs', wins the bout
to Kansas City, Mo., by R. H. Greer.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hayden of Enid,
Okla., who have been making an ex
tended visit at the home of Mrs. Hay
den's sister, Miss Anna Batson, went
to Galva Saturday to visit relatives
before returning to their home.
Miss Elizabeth Thornton of Millers-
burg was a guest at the home of Miss
Louise Bartlett Thursday.
Professor A. W. Inman of Leander
Clark college at Toledo, Iowa, visited
the first of the week with his brother,
Dean I. Inman, at William and Vashtl
Miss Nora McChesney 1b visiting
friends in Woodhull. -
Mrs. Chester Jackson of Joy spent
Thursday with ber parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Longley.
Mrs. W. A. Marsh, Jr., son and
daughter, Mrs. Howard Hoxle, and
daughter, and Mrs. S. II. Greer, have
gone to Ottawa, Iowa, and are attend
ing the campmeeting.
Mr. and Mrs. O. McArty and baby
daughter, Helen of Gladman, Iowa,
came Friday to visit Mrs. O. F. Fen
der. The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of the Methodist church held
Its annual business meeting at tue
church Thursday afternoon. The fol
lowing officers were reelected for the
coming year: Mrs. Evans, president;
Mrs. Hebel. vice president; Mrs. Jay,
treasurer; Mrs. Holmes, secretary;
! training and the domestic science
work will be in charge of Miss Stone
Mrs. WT. W. Garner and daughters.
Mrs. O'Marrow and Miss Helen were
Rock Island visitors Saturday.
Mrs. E. J. Clark and daughter. Miss
Maggie, and brother, D. . Derr spent
Saturday in Davenport.
Miss Pearl Larrance came Friday
for a short visit with her father, A. V.
Mrs. J. H. Fender and Mrs. O. J.
Fender of this city and guests, Mr.
and Mrs. O. McCarty and daughter.
Helen, of Gladman, Iowa, went to
Rock Island Saturday.
Mrs. Ray Heston spent Saturday in
Miss Jessie Walter of Macomb was
a guest Wednesday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Matchneir.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Doak and Mr.
and Mrs. John Gray have gone to
Silver Creek, Neb., where they will
spend two weeks with relatives. The
trip was made in Mr. Doal's auto
The death of Miss Nettie Ramsey
occurred at the home of her brother.
J. S. Ramsey, Just east of the city
early Thursday morning, September
'4, after a lingering illness.
Funeral services were held from the
United PreEbyterian church Friday af
ternoon, conducted by Rev. J. B. Pol
lock. Burial was in the Aledo ceme
tery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stevens and
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Muhlenburg
of New Boston were Aledo visitors
Mrs. James Robinson and sister,
Mrs. M. I. Armstrong "of Joy were
guests Wednesday at the home of Les
3k .1. .
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No Alcohol or Dan
gerous Drugs it is
Fine for the Children
Cures Colds and Builds
up the System Because
it is a Pure and Whole- ,
some Food that Makes
Flesh and Strength.
When the children have a cold or
ccugh or when they need a tonic,
mothers should be careful never to
gi3 tbem anything containing alcohol
or dangerous drugs. Because it does
not contain these drugs or alcohol in
any form, Father John's Medicine is a
sefe medicine to give the children.
Thousands of mothers use It in their
homes right along. It has a history of
50 years of success in the treatment
of coughs, colds and throat and lung
troubles, aa well as a tonic and body
builder. The ingredients of Father'
John's Medicine are pure and whole
some food for those who are weak and
run down. It is not a patent medlciiA
but a doctor's prescription. Get a bot
tle today. (Adv.)
district at the primaries next Satur
day. Boy Killed by Fall.
Galesburg, 111., Sept. 9. Willard Ad
cock, the 12-year-old son of George Ad
cock, a weajthy farmer, was instantly
killed when he fell from the seat of
OPPOSE BUYING PARK
lot 4, block 1. Hunt's first addition,
Midway, Moline, $C00.
Ida I. Anderson and husband to
Berg Madison, part lot 8, Lincoln
Heights addition, Moline, $1,650.
DISEJrED SG.1 WHO ARB WORKING EVERT
DAY, WUO IKE NOT SICK EOLCU TO BE IX
IlkU, SIIOVLS XOT WAIT INTIL SICKNESS LAYS
111 EM If. TUCV SHOILD CON'S VLT AT ONCE
AN HONEST DOCTOR
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Thou, nda of young and old men can look back at
their tvyhood day or early manhood with a lgh of
remorse. BIXOL and C11KONIC DISEASES aap the
very life ead vitality of the victim, if you are vic
tim of any chronic disease, consult us first. Don't
waste time or money experimenting with patent med
icines or common treatments. Our larsre offices in
equipped with all the latest appliances, including the
X-my. When you treat with us you are not expert-EXAMlVATinw
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treatment that has cured thousands of others. The man nur.
Unce in this specialty has placed as beyond the experimental 1 atari
We e.cce.srmllr treat Nerve Debility. Valceee Xrtmn, Ealarie Pr -
fate, Lteere, here. HlMc Vatmmm. KMu rf Rl.i.t.. .TT
had Rectal Utaeaaeai Heart, Laa. Catarrh, blomarh aad Chralc IMaeam
"lnrul-9 despondsnt; weak or debilitated: tired
mornings; no ambition lifeless; memory Too? "as
Uy fatigued; excitable and lrn.lhi-- ?LV
and blurred; p mplea on face; restless, haggard-looking; weak back
bone pains: hair loose; ulcers, sore throat; varicose ve"ns; lack of e
ergy and confldenceT Seek the counsel and aid of an honest doctor of
this kind, who offers you a helping band. We will aid you to rise above
your wrongdoing, and make a man of you. We offer you honest! faith
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omf aim, Uym "e'd BOt Tm,Lia wl rtttti.
en account of never htvlng received relief elsewhere, and they had ai
raoet become so skeptical as to think there waa no cure for tiiem. We
want an opportunity to treat just such men. and It makes no difference
bow many have failed to cure you. Come to us for an examination anv
way and it wtU not con you a douar. We will not accept pay for anv
services unless we believe yeur mm curable, ao don't hesitate. If you
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COPENHAGEN HEN SPECIALISTS
11 rtftevata St, tler),
HoursOpen only on Wednes
days, from X In the afternoon un
til ta the evening and Friday
vening 1 to . and Sunday
mornings, t to II. During other
days call at Davenport office.
Jf. W". Car. Faeuta and Brady Streets,
Hours Every day, I a. nt. to ( p.
m . except Wednesday. Wednesday
aoc-s. to II only. T'eday and Sat
urday evenings. I to I. Closed on
Sept. 1, at the home of her grandmoth
er, Mrs. Erna Bruns, v.here she was
visiting. She was born in Keithsburg
Jan. 19, 1891. and spent almost all of
her life in Eliza township with the
exception of the two years she has
made her home in Aledo. Besides her
parents, she leaves her grandmother,
four sisters and one brother, besides
many other relatives and friends to
mourn her death. Funeral services
were held at the Eliza church Tues
day, Sept. 2. conducted by Rev. W. L.
Barnes, after which she was laid to
rest in the Eliza Creek cemetery.
Mrs. C. L. Gregory and daughter.
Miss Martha, went to Kewanee Sat
urday to spend the day with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith and baby
returned to their home 1 1n Peoria
Miss Lena Mills of Oquawka spent
. a lew days tfcis week wit Mr. and
j Mrs. Z. F. Mills.
j Miss Margaret Baxter went to Viola
I Friday to spend a few days at -the
Tin mo nt her ulsfor Mra fTvfina
Mr. Kenny of Bowmanville, Ontario,
Canada, visited the first of the Week
with his cousins, G. C. Mclntyre and
Miss Nellie Howard and brother,
George Howard of Kidder, Mo., came!
Tuesday to visit their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bowers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Xesbitt went to
Princeton Thursday to spend a few
days at the fair.
A. M. Barron was a business visitor
In Alexis Thursday.'
Mrs. D. J. Odell came home Thurs
day from Joy where she had made a
short viit with her mother, Mrs. Ro-
setla Cullck, who accompanied heri
Miss Edith Gallerlck of Burlington, ;
Iowa, came Friday for a few days',
visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Scan-:
H. L. Merryman of Chariton, Iowa,
ILLINOIS NEWS )
Four Bitten by Mad Cat.
Alton. 111., Sept. 9. Two men, a
women and a child, all residents of
the same neighborhood in North Al
ton, are suffering from the bites of
a Maltese tomcat, which suddenly be
came mad and attacked members of
three families before it was killed by
an armed posse of citizens yesterday.
One of the men attacked was bitten
nine times. When the cat was found
by the posBe, hidden in some weeds,
it charged one of the men, who had
a shotgun, with such fierceness the
man missed his aim. The cat belong'
ed to Mrs. John Jackson. It had been
a prized pet and members of the fam
ily had no suspicion it bad been in
fected with rabies.
Wide Search for Man.
Rockford, 111., Sept. 9. What is ex
pected to become a nation-wide search
was started here today when the po
lice were asked to hunt for Jesse S.
Hammond, a furniture worker, miss
ins1 K'ncn Ansr 23. A month sen hp
Always Ready for Company' heft for Nevada cuy. mo., to visit
' i .Ain:A rn Ann- e v.. n
We, the property owners In the
vicinity of the Rock Island baseball
park, assembled at a meeting Monday
night, Sept. 8, object to the city of
Rock Island purchasing the property
owned by the Rock Island Baseball
Whereas, baseball and athletic
meetings have a tendency to divcurb
the peace and decrease the value ol
our property thereto adjacent.
Be it further resolved that in case
the city purchase said property we
will protest against Sunday baseball
and athletic meetings,
Be It further resolved that the vot
ing public and taxpayers of the city
of Rock Ilsand investigate the value
of Rock Island investigate the value
posed investment for the city us com
pared with the present value of adja
Be it further resolved that a copy
of these resolutions be presented to
the mayor and city commissioners and
published in' the daily press.
G. GROVE, '
Two Girls Tell Story of Their
Illness and How They
Keeps Your Stove
relatives. On Aug. .25 he bought a
ticket home in Nevada City, but failed
to reach Rockford.
Swindler In Religious Guise.
Bloomington, 111., Sept. 9. With the
incarceration here today of General
Grant Zeal Hayes, commanding the
fourth as often, vet vour stove will be
cleaner, brighter and better looking than
it bas been since you first bought it. Use
A bright, clean, glossy stove is the joy
end pride of every housekeeper. But it
is hard to keep a stove nice and shiny
unless Black Silk Stove Polish is used.
Here is the reason: Black Silk Stove
Polish sticks right to the iron. It doesn't
rub off or dust off. Its shine lasts four
Hnus longer than the shine of any other
pclish. You only need to poiisti one- i christian Army, a Chicago religious
'. crder, the authorities say a system of
! swindling under the guise of religion
I has been unearthed. J. W. Ralston
! Is in jail in Pontiac in the same case.
Banker Short $250,000.
Belleville, 111., Sept 9. At a meet
j ing of 40 lawyers, representing 200
creditors of Henry J. Fink, Belleville
: banker and broker. It was estimated
today that his shortage is about $250,-
i 000. ' The lawyers were unable to
' agree on a plan of procedure. Fink,
following his release on bail after his
; arrest, has disappeared. At the meet
I ing of the lawyers the only thing de
I cided on was that none of the clients
j wishes bankruptcy proceedings, fear
j Ing that some assets remain which
mignt be swallowed up in the pro-
uREALTY CHANGES U
Octaf Aers and wife to Alfons Schat
terraan, lot 4, block 2, Blacizman's ad
dition Moline. $2,000.
George Hedberg to Peter A. Swan
son, lot 2, block 2, Thulln's addition,
East Moline,' $375.
Gustavus A. Shallberg and wife to
Leo Dolkart, lot C, Ball & Davis addi
tion, Mcline, $l,l.",;i.
Jane S. Cable to Annual H. Snook,
lot 20, block 9, Buford & Guyer's addi
tion Rock Island, $!25.
Theo Hedquiut to Jennie Lemmon,
New Orleans, La. "I take pleasure)
in writing these lines
to express my grati
tude to you. I am
only 16 years old and
work in a tobacco
factory. . I nave
been a very sick girl
but I have improved
taking Lydia E.
Pinkham a Vegeta
ble Compound and
' am now looking fins
and feeling a thousand times better.'
Miss Amelia Jaquillard, 613 Sev
enth Street, New Orleans, La,
St. Clair, Pa. "My mother waa
alarmed because my periods were sup
pressed and I had pains in my back and
eide, and severe headaches. I had pim
ples on my face, my complexion was sal
low, my sleep was disturbed, I had ner
vous spells, was very tired and had no
ambition. Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound has worked a charm in
my case and has regulated me. I worked
in a mill among hundreds of girls and
have recommended your medicine to
many of them." Miss Estella Ma
CU1RE, 110 Thwing St., Saint Clair, Pa.
There is nothing that teaches mors
than experience. Therefore, such let
ters from girls who have suffered and
were rebtored to health by Lydia E.
Finkham's Vegetable Compound should
be a lesson to others. The same remedy
is within reach of all.
If you want special advice write to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, 31 ass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held In strict confidence
aa year parlor etove. kitchen stove or . etova.
Gel a can Irom your hardware or etove aler.
Ityoudonot fled it btiter tlian any other etove
polish yon havc'w used brlore. yonr dealer i
authorized to refund your money. Bui we feel
ure yon wiil agree witij the Ikotuandt nt other
cp-to-dale women who ere now nsinj Black
Ella Etove Polish and wbo tay it I tbe bat
Ituvt fviuh tvtr made."
LIQUID OR PASTE
. ONE QUALITY ,
Be ore to sret the tnuitu. Black Silk Stove
Polish coU you mo more than the ordinary kind.
Keep yonr -rae. refisters. lender and atove ,
pipe bneht and t"?, b CedIngS
tree witn eaa tao ot enamel otuy. .
r.. wine sn it METAL POLISH lor silver- j Auto.st Faces Manslaughter.
ware nicael. tinware or bra. it work quickly. Springfield. III., Sept. 8. Fred II.
Sior?ub,Ss?arUce- """"iMaher. a local merchant, was he:d to
. -phe grand Jury today for involuntary
Black S3k Stove Polish Works , manslaughter. His automobile struck
STERLING. ILLINOIS land killed the 4-rear-old eon of Rob
Kewanee, 111., Sept. 9. The Henry
county democratic central committee
unanimously indorsed the candidr.cv
j of Judge Albert E. Bergland cf Galva
! for the democratic nomination for Jus-
tice of the susreme court for the fifth
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the .ov Ccrtincates of conaecutive datea, and only tha JOv
Gat bj Moil, Poslajs Paid, for Zi-ZO end C CcrtXcatea
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entitled. Thia book would rll att? nncirrui-tl etne
tiot., but is prrer.tod to c -r rcfcJ"- f;r HX wi the
atjove CertlCcalc ci consecutive da tea ar.d vu'y t..e
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