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v THE KOCK ISLAND. AHGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1914.
DAY IN DAVENPORT
Smallpox at Tyler School Thus far
tTo cases of smallpox have been dis
covered ax the Tyler school. The chil
dren who hare contracted the con tag -Ion
are Bert and Florence McCleary,
azed 12 and 15 respectively, whose
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McCleary.
reside at 2708 Davis avenue. The
school will not be closed, according to
Principal J. I. Lynch, and the pupils
will net be subjected to compulsory
vaccination. Lb is matter being optional
with the parents. Both the school
hoard and the board of health have
agreed on thete two matters. A large
number of children have been vaccinat
ed in the last 48 hours.
Painter Charged with Forgery.
Charged with forgery. W. T. Terry was
placed under arrest in Ottawa and will
be brought back to Davenport Imme
wiately. Schroeder Brothers, grocers
of Bettendorf. were the victims. Perry
Is alleged to have signed the name of
A. A. Westlund to a check for $18
'and to have cashed it at the grocery
More. The forged check was cashed
a week ago. Perry is a painter by
'trade, and had been to Mr. Westlund's
' More in search of w ork. He had been
jthere several times. It is believed
't'oit he made frequent trips so that
the might have an opportunity of ac
quainting himself with Mr. Westlund's
Relief Society Elects Officers. At
the regular meeting of the St. Joseph's
Sick Relief society, officers for the en
suing year were elected as follows:
President, Theodore Scheber; vice
president. George Meierotto; recording
secretary. Joseph Melnhart; financial
secretary. Joseph Thelken; director,
John G. Hinriclis; finance committee,
John Walz; sick committee, first dis
trict. Henry Kettelaar; second district,
Severin Hartman. Jr.; third district,
Joseph Kles; fourth district. Aloise
Hiegel: marshal, Edmund Wain; ts
cistant marshal. John Haut; flap bear
ers, Frank Meier and Albert Schebler.
Lodge Pays $4,000 Debt in Four
Years. The last installment on a debt
of $4,000 was paid by the East Daven
port Turner society, when $200 was
voted as a payment in full. The East
Davenport Turner hall was erected in
the fall of 1909 at a cost of 14,000.
Since that time the Turner society of
East Davenport has been attempting
to raise the debt. Three new candi
dates were initiated and four applica
tions for membership were received.
Make New Record at Poatoffice.
EBusiness at the postoffice during the
-paot month was $3,166 more than
February of last year and breaks the
Brecord for any February la the bistory
pX the local postoffice. Stamp, parcels
jpost. post card and other sales totaled
$20,648, newspapers. $1,479, permit
"postage $756. with other sales making
total of $22,901.49. Last February
the total was $19,735.25, an increase of
$3,166.25. The increase in parcels post
business is largely responsible for
'breaking the record.
his wife was Injured In a gas explo
sion at their home last June.
Packed 17,000 Ton of Ice. The
Claus A Gad lent Ice company has con
cluded Its reason's pack of ice. Four
thousand tons for the Petersen Ice
company, 2,000 tons for the dairymen
and 11.000 tons for themselves was
harvested. The ice is from 9 to 12
inches in thickness and of excellent
quality. During the cutting season
employment was given to a large num
ber of men. These were tendered a
big spread, with the compliments of
the company, at the close of their
Benefit for Ethical Society. Sunday
evening, March 22, will see a gala per
formance of local German amateurs
and splendid musicians in an enter
tainment which will be given in the
Grand opera house under the auspices
and for the benefit of the Ethical so
ciety. It will be a splendid show for
the German population of the tri
cities. Nothing baa boon left out of
consideration by a live arrangement
committee, composed of local German
newsnaner men. to secure tremen
dous success and a capacity house. An
excellent program has been arranged
and eight scholars of the high schcol,
four pupils of the "Free German
School." 13 young ladles of the ladles'
section of the Davenport Turnge-
melnde and several of the best local
musicians will fill the numbers of the
Obituary Record. Mrs. George Beck
er died Saturday at Mercy hospital in
Clinton, Iowa, after two weeks' ill
ness, at the age of 63 years. She was
born In MaysviHe' June II, 1S51. She
was married to Joseph M. Gallaner,
and to this union was born aix chil
dren, Mrs. M." Landls of Indianapolis,
Ind.; Mrs. O. R. Champlln of Clinton.
Iowa; Mrs. J. Ray of St, Louis; Luella
Gallaner f St. Louis, and Joseph Gal
laner of Washington. After the death
of her husband she, was married to
George Becker. Aug. 7, 1901," in Dav
enport, Iowa, where they lived until
October, 1907, when they moved to
Clinton, where she resided until thej
time of her death. She la survived by
her husband and by two sitters and
one brother, Mrs. Henry Bendlxen,
Mrs. J. Rohse and Theo Schlesser,
and three step-eons, Henry G. Becker.
Carl fl. Becker and Aug F. Becker, all
After an illness of but two weeks
duration. Jacob Keller, 60 years old,
died at bis home, 18 West Grand street,
Bettendorf. Pneumonia was the cause
of death. Decedent was bom W Ger
many, Aug. 27. 1863. When a young
man of 23 years he emigrated to the
United States, coming shortly " after
landing to 'Davenport, where he had
since made his home. In the year 1907
he was married to Miss Emma Thede
mann, who survives. Besides his wife
he is survived by one step-daughter.
Miss Hattie Born of Bettendorf, and
the .following brothers and sisters:
Michael, John, Frederick and George
Keller, who reside in this . country.
URGE FREE TOLLS
FOR COAST SHIPS
Davenport Business Men Op
pose Change in Law Exempt
in; American Craft.
HEAR f LEA FOR TERMINALS
President Wilkinson of Upper River
Association Points Need of
The Davenport Commercial club, the
Greater Davenport committee and
Mrs. .William Weaverling of Rock Is- other organizations interested in keep-
land. Mrs. Anna Treiber of Davenport,
and Martin. Johan and Kaltbasar Kel
ine American waterways free to
American commerce, at a special joint
ler of Germany. Funeral services will m?nf yesterday afternoon adopted
be held tomorrow afternoon at
o'clock from the home in Bettendorf,
with interment in Fairmount ceme
HIGH LIVING COST HIT AT CHICAGO'S MUNICIPAL GROCERY;
BUT ONLY THE VERY POOR ARE PERMITTED TO TRADE THERE
V-Bankers Meet March 10. Bankers
-of five counties will be represented at
Tlf special meeting to be held here
Slarch 10 in the Commercial club to
pJan for the annual convention of
-group 8. Iowa Bankers association, to
rfee held here in the early summer. The
counties are Jackson. Cedar, Clinton,
Jones, Muscatine and Scott.
In District Court. Charging deser--tion
on the part of her husband a
nonth after their marriage at Battle
Creek. Mich.. March 3. 1904. Zella Grls
woid asks a decree of divorce against
Jier husband, John D. Griswold. Origi-'-oa.1
notice of suit for $2,000 damages
irom the Peoples Light company was
311ed yesterday in district court by
rMichael Foley. The plaintiff alleges
Chiiago, 111., Marrh 3. In an effort
to help solve the problems of the poor,
Chicago has just established a munici
pal grocery. Food is sold at cost,
greatly reducing the living expenses of
the needy. Although the store has
been open but a few day it has al
ready attained great popularity in its
neighborhood where the winter cold
and the lack of work have caused con-'
As evidence that the municipal store
is a real help to the needy. Chief
Chicago's municipal grocery.
Clerk Cleary has compiled a list of
some of the goods and their prices as
compared with the prices asked in
retail stores. They are as follows:
Soap, bar 05 .03
Beans, pound 07 .03
Rice, pound 06 .02
Bacon, pound .30 .17
Canned goods .10 .06
Rolled oats, pound ... .03 .02
the following resolutions:
Resolved. That the commercial
bodies assembled express them
selves as being unalterably op
posed to the repeal or modification
of the provisions of the Panama
canal act relating to free toll for
American coast-wise commerce or
the repeal of that section of the
act referring to the use of the canal
prohibiting railroad owned ships
from being operated tnrougn tne
canal or elsewhere on American
The resolutions followed an address
by President Thomas L. Wilkinson of
the Upper Mississippi River Improve
ment association, who. urged all cities
on the river to own their levees and
nals as a means of saving hundreds of rUnliltn LtblbLAI Uil
tnousanas oi aonars annuany in
A -WOMAN'S PROBLEg
In tb looking-glaaa a woaaaa ftcn sees wrinkls, hollow circles tuuUr
, "crow's fet,'T all i ecauao she did not tarn to the right rcmody wh Warn
dowa with those troubles which are distinctly feminine. Backache, hcadaelw
; pains, laMttude, nervouanew and drains upon vitality bring onto Id aaOtrhui
I to womanhood and the face shows it. The nervous system sad toe entba
womanly make-up feeia the tonie effect of T 1
DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE pRESCRIPTTfnj
y and subdoas nervous excitability, irritability, Mrroo shawtioa.aal
aistressing symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and rgnit . '
s of the feminine organs. It induces rerreahinir sleep aad rlL I
..t.l ..i il niiml.iii tBMm Hi rum Wmrm rt fn. ummm aa I
as the standard reaaedy for thediaeaaea of wtman. Your dealer in medicnMa '
sells it in liquid or sugar-coated tablet form; or yoa eaa snd CO ena.ceat '
stamps for a trial box of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prencription tablets. -Hr. '
Dr. B. V. Pierce. Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, U. Y.
DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS REGULATE AND INVICORAT?
STOMACH. LIVER AND BOWELS. SUGAR-COATED TINY CRANUur'
deep the channel may be, were it 100
feet deep, it would not avail under
present conditions, or unless neces
sary facilities and equipment for Its
full utilisation are provided.
"Every port on the river having
a railroad running into the' interior,
ought to be a distributing point via
the water route for the export or tne
products of Its interland, as well
as a distributing point for the im
ports from other places to the in
terior. "The decrease in freight rates re
sulting from the building of the Pan
ama canal can ' not be taken ad
vantage of by shippers until you
have provided your city with ade
quate river freight terminals and the
river channel has been'improved by
the federal government,"
Coffee, pound 35 .19
Tea, pound 60 .24
Canned syrup, pound .. .12 .09
Lard. 3-pound can ..... .50 .35
Sugar, pound 05 .04
Flour, 25-pound sack .. .65 .52
"You can see the saving to be ef
fected," said Mr. Cleary. "Whenever
I went to the store I was told that
storekeepers sold sugar at cost. We
have cut 1 cents on their prices.
The difference is greater on other ar
I I Lameness
Sloan's Liniment ts m speedy,
reliable remedy for lameneas
la horses mad farm stock.
t had a hone apraia lit ehentder bf
paUiBc. and be waa mo lame be ceold
not carry foot at all. I rot a bottle of
yoor LiniBMst ind pat it oa tamr timea.
aad in three dare he abowed ne lause
nr at ail. end made a thirty mile tnp
tndo."-Wmir M. JLmwifmtJ, La Satim.
Far SpSa aad Taraah
l have wed Soaa'a Liniment oa
fine asare fareplint and cured bar. Tnla
naakaa tne third none I "re c ared. Have
recommended it to my neisbbora for
Uimeb and they ear it ie floe. 1 find it
the beet llnnvnt I erer ned. 1 keen
ee bead yoor Sre Cotie Cure for lay
aeifaod Bsbbora. and 1 caa certainly
ie cpxtclc, safe remedy for wodl
try roop, canker and bumble-foot.
Fee WtM-m mm4 CaaW
"Sioaa'e Liniment la tne apeege
end emaet rraedr for pooltrr roin aad
canker la all ita forma, eeoeriaNy fnr
caakrr In the wiadpipe.1' . t. V "
AeaDDealera. zSa, goe, A $lJD
Mamd Seaaa'e Bee. mm Hareea, Citala
Hes aad rkry aeat are.
DL (All lS0jU.bc. Ustu,l
A. P. Fragd spent last Wednesday
E. Cramer Is still very ill with little
hopes of recovery.
Mrs. C. J. Lund and son, Kenneth,
spent last Wednesday in Orion.
Mrs. Banks Wright and Mrs. How
ard Record were tri-city callers last
Mrs. G. W. Hutchinson. Mrs. S. L.
RlHhel, son Earl and daughter Zella.
were tri-clty visitors last Wednesday.
Mn. Charles Williams and son. Del
bert. returned to their home in Ke
wanee last Tuesday after a short
visit with the family of G. M. Bailgh.
William Sberdeen was a Moline
business caller Tuesday.
Mrs. II. L. Angerine visited last
Wednesday with her son. Lock ana.
wife, in Osco.
A. A. Johnson left Thursday last for
BiloxL Miss., where be will spend a
Mrs. H. C. Weinrlch and Bern ice
Hopkins spent last Tuesday with rela
tives and friends in Galva.
Eva Hler left last Monday for Aledo
where she will spend some time.
Mrs. Mary King of Geneseo visited
the latter part of last week with rela
tives in Cambridge.
Sheriff Samuel Wilson and County
Judge L. E. Telleen spent last Tuesday
with Circuit Clerk J. A. Horberg. who
underwent an operation for appendi
citis in Davenport.
Mrs. J. V. Sherrard underwent a
successful operation at St. Anthony's
hospital In Rock Island last Monday.
There were 51 couples who attended
the dance at the Armory hall last
Tuesdsy evening and a pleasant time
is reported. Olson s orchestra
nlsbed the music
should have the right to vote."
Critic's Report Estella Carlson.
Attorney A. H. Linn spent last
Tuesday in Peoria on business.
George E. Anderson made a business
trip to Chicago last week.
Norman Nelson of Kewanee ar
rived last Tuesday for a visit with
friends in Cambridge.
Guy Sherrard spent last Tuesday at
St. Anthony's hospital in Rock Island
with his mother, who underwent an
W. H. Lyle of Kewanee was a busi
ness caller in Cambridge last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cady were tri
city visitors last Wednesday.
wimam Aioricn or Kewanee was a
Cambridge caller last Monday.
R. J. Wilson -of Kewanee was in
Cambridge one day last week.
Roe Bristol and Rit Cady left last
TAKE SALTS TO
Eat Less Meat if Ton Feel Back-
achy or Have Bladder k
Meat forms uric acid which excites
and overworks the kidneys, in their ef
forts to filter it from the system. Reg
ular eaters of meat must flush the kid
neys ocasionally. You must relieve
them like you relieve your bowels;
removing all the acids, waste and
poison, else you feel a dull misery
In the kidney region, sharp pains In
the bacU or sick neadache. dizziness.
fur-1 your stomach sours, tongue is coated
land when the .i.ther is bad you
Wednesday for Renova, Minn., where
they will make their home.
Dr. W. H. Conser was a Davenport
visitor last Wednesday.
Mrs. Rambo, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. E. A. Pratt, returned
to her home in Moline last Wednesday.
Mrs. Joseph Childers spent last
Tuesday in Galesburg.
Mrs. Elmer Leaf of Galva attended
President Wilkinson's address was
in part as follows:
Davenport shippers will be saved
$160,000 'annually, consumers will be
saved $1 to $2 per ton on every ton
of hard coal and 3 to $5 on every
1,000 feet of lumber and on every ton
of canned goods from the Pacific coast
and $2 to $3 per ton on sugar and cof
fee when the city has provided itself
with adequate terminal facilities and
river traffic has come Into its own on
the uppver Mississippi.
. City Must Own It.
The terminal with its entire equip
ment must be owned, operated, and
administered exclusively by the mu
nicipality, for the free and impartial
use of all carriers whether by water
or by rail, subject only to such rea
sonable charges, as will cover amor
tization nd operating expenses.
The pnysical lay out and planning
of the terminal with Its mechanical
appliances, should be placed in the
bands of an expert terminal engi
neer. Tt should be planned with a far
look into the future.
The rcvernment work in' the river
between St. Paul and Minneapolis,
will be completed this year. So that
early in 1915 Minenapolis will have
become the real head of navigation.
the largest boats will be able to tie
up at its wharf, and the city will have
the record of being the first to pro
vide itself with modern port terminal
I acuities. What Minneapolis has
done, I hope will soon be followed by
similar action on the part of every
city on the river-
'Our association has for several
cat a uigcu uia uiiieieiiL cuuiuiuaiLiea ii
to secure their river frontage for ter- 11
as soon as possible. Unfortunately
about 90 per cent or more of the water
fronts of the country are now owned
or occupied by railroad or private busi
in response to the demands of our
IS CONFIDENCE MAN
Chicago, 111., March 4. Alonzo J.
Whitman, whose kaleidoscopic career
as lawyer, alderman, legislator and
state senator in Minnesota and as a
confidence man in Chicago and other
cities kept his name on the records of
police officials all over the United
States several years ago, is under ar
rest in Hot Springs, Ark. He is held
on complaint of Miss Sarah Conger of
Zion City, who charges he kept $2,600
she entrusted to him to deposit in her
Eight years ago imprisonment in
Auburn prison halted a crime career
in which he had been arrested 44
times. He was a lawyer and he usual
ly managed to escape imprisonment.
His career Jn the law in Duluth was
as meteoric and successful as was his
invasion of the fields of crime later.
He was reputed to be worth close to
$1,000,000 when he was defeated in bis
fight for election as member in con
gress. In 1890. His defeat caused bim
to enter deliberately, a life of crime.
He was then 30 years old. He duped
his friends and police records are fill
ed with1 their complaints. After his
release from Auburn prison; he was a
preacher and school teacher. As a
teacher he went to Zion City. It was
there he met Miss Conger.
With him in Hot Springs was ar
rested Edward R. Gibbs, alias Jackson
de Forrest, who is charged with rais
ing an $8 check to $8,000. Gibbs Is
fighting extradition. Whitman has
said he would return.
feet, northwest corner lot 8, block
Healy's sub-division, Moline,
Louis Williams to Alice I. William
lot 7, block 7, Buford Sc. Gayer1!
tioo. Rock Island, $1.
Emma C. Campbell to Vera x
Churchill, north half lot 15, W
bell's first addition. South Rock 1.
May A. Martin, by heirs, te Kdirj
G. Lagerblade, part northwest qntrtw,
northeast quarter, section 29, IJ.'&j
$5,500. " -
Peter Eckhardt to Anna E. Hinter
meister. lot 8 and part lot 9, block "
Taylor Ridge, $3,500.
Anna Levinstein and husband to
John Paulzin, lots 7 and 8, P. Gregg?
addition. Rock Island, $4,000. .
Frank A. Johnson, et ux., to Hugo E
Curtis, .lot 6, block 7, Lower addltioa.
Rock Island, $1. ' " - .-
Effie A. Barge to Hugh E. Corti
lots 5 and 6, block 2, and lot 4, block
3, Lower addition, Rock Island, i.
ERUPTION ALL r
OVER iyr$ BOD;
Began With Small Red Spots. Cried
Almost Day and Night Used Cu
ticura Soap and Cuticura-Ointment.
Well in One Week.
B. F. D. No. 2. Jackson, Mo. "Oar
daughter who is ten months old m offer
ing from an eruption all over th body, u
the beginning they vert
man red (pots aad after
wards turned to btoottr;
sores. We tried an erta
of ointments bat they dM
not proems any rettrf fcr
our child. She had a
rest day or Dish and wmt
tried Terrthinc to pro
cure relief for our baby.
She cried almost day and night aad t
scarcely could touch her. becauas aha vavf
covered with sores from head to foot. ,
" We hd heard about the Culicora ioj
and Ointment and made a trial with ttwnu
and after using the remedies, that it to ajii
the Soap and the Ointment, only afew dagi.
passed and our child could steep wen aad
after one week she was totally welLT .
(Signed) August F. Bartels. Nov. 25, UlL
O. N. Carnahan left Tuesday for
Wapello, Iowa, to attend the funeral
of his cousin, Calvin Williamson.
Mrs. C. V. Conners returned home to
Galesburg Tuesday after a week's visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
A. V. Harriott and family were Sua
day guests at the home of Mrs. Har
riott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rose
in Aledo. i
Miss Jewel Walters, teacher of mu-
the funeral of Mrs. John Meloy last I association, the general government
Wednesday. I is expending a large sum in the per-
t ne wining w orkers met Monday I manent improvement of tne upper
afternoon. Division No. 4 served re-1 river. An open channel will be pro
freshments. Ivided all the wav. Locks and dun.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H.- Hunt and Mrs. or any Interference with the flow of 6lc ln the Pullic schools, was absent
M. J. Smith returned last Wednesday I water In a navigable stream are Im- rrom auly tnls week being called to
from Chicago. pediments to navigation, causing de- nnoutn on Dusmess
iwr. ana Mrs. A. P. Bernard and son, I lay, and, therefore, should not be tol- iurB- aanie or .ioiine came
after spending several weeks wtth lerated where avoidable. from Alpha, where she had been to
relatives and friends in Cambridge. "When its improvement is comolet- attend the funeral of Mrs. Frank Cox
left last Wednesday for their home in ed, the river will'be a through route and made few days' visit with her
Warren, Minn. of transportation from the twin-cities orotner, v iiiiam Allen and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jones and daugh- to the gulf ports at New Orleans. A- wncox visited with George
ter, uuian, visited over Sunday with available to all of the commerce oflolrolQer8 ln Aledo over Sunday.
relatives m Rock Island. its valley. However, no matter how
Married at the Congregational par
sonage, Wednesday afternoon, Feb.
25, Arthur L. Cosner and Miss Mabel
E. Mahaffey, both of Cambridge, Rev.
E. B. Palmer officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Cosner have a host of friends in Cam
bridge who will extend to them hearty
congratulations. They will make their
home here, the groom now being em
ployed with the firm of White &
TO REMOVE DANDRUFF ;
Prevent dry. thin and falling hair, alhr
itching and Irritation, and promote tat
growth and beauty of the hair, freqaeal
shampoos with Cuticura Soap, ssaisted br
occasional dressings with Cuticura Oint
ment, afford a most effective and economical
treatment. Sold by druggists and dealer!
everywhere. Liberal sample of each mailed
free, with 32-p. 8km Book. Addren sea
card "'Cuticura. Dept. T, Boston."
TMen who shave and shampoo with r
ticura Soap will and it best for skin and salp-Advertisement.
Mrs. H. J. Stewart and daughters.
Misses Verl and Ruth, came from Ke
wanee Thursday and are visiting at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. McClanahan.
Miss Verl, assisted by Professor Hugh
Price pianist. Miss Ruth Stewart, cel
list, and William Sanford, reader, cave
an entertainment In the Viola opera
house Friday evening.
Harry Terrey was a Dassonnr m
Rock Island Saturday.
Artnur Bradford, who underwent an
operation at the Galesburg hospital
The Maud Stevens concert company
which is the last number of the en
tertalnment course, will appear at the
Armory ball Thursday, March 10. This
should be the star attraction of the
season as they come very highly rec
The Literary society of the Cam
bridge school met. Friday evening and
the following program was given:
Vocal solo Neva Record.
Reading Florence) Larson.
Paper. "U. 8. Patent System'
Piano Solo Leona Nelson.
Recitation Clint Vogal.
Observances of Hebe Irvin Gustaf-
Vocal Solo Glenn Samuelson.
Reading Marguerite Chapman.
Piano Solo Maud M an tu son
Tableau. Debate Resolved.- "That women
have rheumatic twinges. The urine is
cloudy, full of sediment; the channels
often get irritated, obliging you to get
up two or three times during the night.
To neutralise these Irritating acids
and flush off the body's urinous waste
get about four ounces of Jad Salts
from any pharmacy; take a table-
spoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine and bladder
disorders disappear. This famous salts
is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia. and
has been used for generations to clean
and stimulate sluggish kidneys and
stop bladder Irritation. Jad Salts is In
expensive; harmless and makes a de
lightful effervescent Hthia-water drink
which millions of men and women
take now and then, thus avoiding ser
ious kidney and bladder diseaxAs
(Adv.) - . ,
Excess in eating, drinking, smoking,
working, even excessive anger, over
loads nature and is sinful. When she
There were five carloads of stock I fal,s behind in her work, the mucous
shipped from Cambridge to the Chi- membrane of the mouth sends you three weeks ago. returned home Frt
cago market last Tuesday afternoon by noUco a coated tongue and slimy day. This was the Becond operaUon
mo luiiowing persons: 1-arson Bros.,
three; Ray Sherrard. one: Fred Herh Tn whole mucous lining of your
one; Mr. Sherrard and Mr. Herb, one. Dodr ,s "imilarly coated and the bad
The members of the Social Hnnr taste and coated tongue are warnincrs
club with their husbands were royally that tQ bUe Nature's disinfectant,
entertained at the borne of Mr. and flow frely and that tne blood is tak-
Mrs. A. J. Record last Tuesday even- up 1,16 toiini or poisons.
ing. The home was tastily decorated Tue Mucosa, as It is called, must be
cieanea your Diooa must be dihln
fected and a free flow of Nature's
own disinfectant. Bile, is the onlv
In less than a year that Mr
i . ... - w
iias Buomittea to. He Is
in keeping with Washington's birth.
day. Progressive dominoes was the
game of the evening At whichMrs. S.
W. Poppleton proved the winner for
the ladies while Clyde B. Taylor car
ried off the honors for the gentlemen.
Delicious refreshments were served
and a most delightful evening was
To Command 8tudent Troops.
Urbana. 111.. March 4. Major F. D.
Webster of the United States armv.
in charge of the University of Illinois
Cadet Regiment, was named yesterday
as commander of the military camp to
be conducted by the government for
middle western college student at
Ludington. Mich.. July 6 to Aur. 8.
Many students from Illinois and other
Institutions in this section have al
ready applied to be enrolled for the
PoDoLax Releases the Bile
Your father and his father took Pod-
ophyllin or May Apple Root in their
day to release the Bile. And it did it
but the doing doubled them up with
pain. The griping was Intense so
mollycoddle laxatives came into use
and they failed to deliver the Bile.
PoDoLax ts a Podophyllin formula
vith the gripe and nausea taken out
Every child takes It without a-rim-...
It costs 60o per bottle and la entriH
to a place in every home. As the rea
soning member of your bom, it Is
your duty to investigate these 'state
ments. Ask to? PoDoLax th m-n
who offers you something else mm.
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Is your child doing
as well at school as
it should. Some
times a so-called
stupid child is han
dicapped bv defect
We examine the .
eyes free of charge.
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