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TIIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 23, 191:
fr sn. 1915, ty Serial Publication Corporation.
Third Episode June Finds Work.
'!.. d-ir boilevari from Rryn-ibout
a-.'! an1 hump-! and ratI--l : Giibe
w r : a Mg.'i powtrd li-
lly galalr. oa it. A
j.-. i k-'J i.. an in t.tse limousine
r . i.-- r-oriie'i.ing out of the
. i .
r..i a :i i, ji
.. Si.. T A
t '.in i
e taxi at brak-
l-d as I.e beard
. ep!cion r.f a
!! km., ,.,-t
. iir. d as I he rjr
k l bi-i.ir.d T.ie
i!- L.i.-f.Iy re
l the hauip. r ta
n t i : all its
ire A t.t I.
ud. was '.ii im
r .- f nt t..-.- of
-.ou-ie.o. 1; 4 l. riz.it
?. .-'i.-.J it n. 0..1
bio I: v..rJ h- i
f o..r .a -.- -r j -
i s Pt t
i. ' v. ;V ' 1 ' l
? dashed another limousine and a runa-!
n time tor trie occupants to see
t Itlye assisting Jure Into the .
luxurious iimotisinc. Thev also saw I
the e:ght cylinder machine leap for
ward. Hive, unconscious that they!
-it urinn purauea. as was me gjri. i
thought mat he heard a shout as-hev
ga-herd speed, and he looked hack
in time to s-e first the runabout and
then tiie limousine snmc an. I ."-low J
down am! to hear '.n ioud liancs. He
frrini-ed ilis driver crinned. T!ie taxi
i.:ver prm:,-,l Tli-n lh-y whizzed;
"Wi.y yoj are t!;e little runaway j
hr!de. t : . r p r! in the wattii!" said
liye. l-rtrricB forward
" ." And Jun bluslu d
f-U tiie blurk eye.-, of Uilhert
l!l-e fixed upon her. Could it he pos-
.-ih'- Cat he l ad fallowed lier?
n! .?nl he Iiad i.or address la
ntch ami her portrai:.
"V.,i w re kind eno'ieh on iln- t:
r I:'.ye. to offer to let tr..- buy
'vatci:. and I'll t:tke it now. if
"I'm very sorry I haven't it wih me.
Mut I nhall seo you another time. I a:n
s :r"." JI- came lark from i.ie for
'ward feat and sat with her.
; l!afk near the abandoned taxi thero
.was a frantic croup Ned Warner, 1mm
fae as t as U it had been chiseled
frorn marble, duoil In ;iie center of the
road with hi fists clinched until Ms
. t.ai's dui? into his palms. There could
be no doulit uow that Gilbert Blye's j
i pursuit of Ned's wife. June, was de-j
j liberate and purpost ful.
Jur.e':; father s'rede sljwly up and j
down, ti.s !ips compressed and his t
brow? black. He passed Ned half a
do::- -i times, but they did not exchange
I l:obbie iiletherins and the driver of
jt!i Motjre limousine had t.prung out to j
: repair their respective tires, but Iris)
i Hiherir,e. w ho had indule-d In a f
tviolent sobs as a preliminary to fur
ther tr;!on. suddenly discovered the
the driver another address. Marie
aw June's panic In her face. Slid
found the little bands of June cold
with nervous collapse.
Kast the snapped to the driver.
"I don't know the number. I'll tell
you when we get there."
A few miou'er later they stopped In
front of a diney looking building with
no liht in the vestibule. Marie Jutip-j
ed out and rant; the doorbell. A worn-1
an came to the door. They exchanged '
a few brief words, and Marie ran dow n '
to the limousine. j
"It s all richt. Junle. Mrs. Boales i
has a nice hack room for you and a!
cot for me." j
Jane stepped from tiie car with a j
sijrh of relief. A home of any sort w as
welcome now. It had been a long and
"1 know the room. Mis? June" sa;d
Mario, sweeping pa.-t wi::i lier arms
full of flt.nie-
l;lye was in fro;it of hi club with a
pray in:istaciied. jovial lookinc. pink
faced man when the car returned.
"Where did you take her. Scattl?"
"She w-ouldn't stop at Mother Mus
sels bo fan s-'ciiUi con fidentially.
e know triat
interrupted the j
?ray mustached man. Orin Cunninp-i
iiani. . '
"Thern was no number on the house. I
boss, but I an find it."
"Mrive ti .j there.'' d!r et'-d Fily.
Iown on the di'n-y en t si'ie stre-t lie 1
tried earnt'Stlx to pin down Scatti'sl
!i...ied memory. i'p and down H!ye ;
moved, sr-elun i in every window for
some sin ot the rutiawt.y luide. 8ud- j
denly his eye i'i-lit the c!:nt of some-:
tiling i'i a vestibule He ran up 'he:
steps. The cii'lerinir object was a
buckle on a dainty itttie slipper, one.
which June's colli. :.;i l carried d'nvn
I CWWTE?. "To sen r1!
HcviTt STcRYeMs. Let
Cll vxifT-riJ.c i A, Li
' vt 1 "J
g . PHONEY FILMS we.fl.
MiCttt1' vV nil
this is the first step towards saving money.
The second is in banking: what you save reg
ularly at our Savings Department each week.
4'. Interest will be added, and it helps a
Don't delay getting your
to the taxi for her whe:
'en her clot.ie. and .ia
ain, 1 ther's house. H,. jotted
njy the hnj'e ill a tlienn;-;..
Just where one turn.;
course i;:to the i. arrow
terminable Moft srre'i
work the Moore li:no'.,
llonor'ii HiyeV el ;. ric.
Ned aiiht Sh
:i she fiad sdl
:e !oiii her !'.
the number of
tidii'i. ! oi k.
c uiieirierej except in the Vitsiie haze of
t ro:n t he ( "o;.
lane of tiie in-
i: . Mr.-, liiye let
oe iiome. lier
(economic war-te. "Here. T.obb'e. ' slie
called, "pet back and help Jerry and
I let our car no. There's room for all
jof us In the limousine.
I'p came Mrs. Wye's auto.
V ... I - - . 1 ...la'.. . ...
j I UU I e IU JUUl 111 Willi .tjl. e.
: Ned. and no straight on!" Iris shouted.
' "Get richt In! Don't w aste a minute!"
; And she fairly shoved the urim youns
J husband of June Warner into the seat
by the hide of the determined wife of
.the man with the black Vandyke. The
j electric rolled away at its lit most
2 ''i J
ron.unce. When Marie retirned ii!h
Ih;; paper she studied ".he want inis
wiiii curious interest.
Meanwhile IJlye and '.riii ( nun
ham llrov" to the house v. 1; re I
had fir.-t directed .Mine.
"Send Totiimy down," d:r-3 u:d l:i
marine the floor t hoi:cht ful ly.
Seaiii. storing niiiny thinss in I
tiiii.d. turned hi- swarthy face tow
the window and pre.-ently .-aw Tommy
come i:.io li.o rooin. tio viva, ions bru
nette rirl whom June had seen. Scatti
I lo pe well
season for ih.e
. her .home in
; Ttiv first
. vauie of the
and V'.isiiti 'pani
ii".' i! u r.sn.'is y.m
. "e;!eyaii ui:iers;tv Ii.i
. evening. The caiu.- was
; William and Vijshti '.e
I score k f 1':: to 21.
Own to the ber.e'it
; recital to be c'ven iit t ti
i on Friday evening. Jan
i ii;i:u Jt'.ri.i ashti-Kureka
saw Cunningham rise and
conversing earnestly. ill
Toinmy the picture in tiie lid of the
little K)ld watch. Tommy was not
liichly pleased froui the very begin
ning. The men prew stf-rn, and then
Scatti saw- them ri duce her to f ubmis
tivenes . She walked away and pres
ently came back vearinj? an evening
wrap of Tea my colors. Tiie three hur
ried out and i;ot into the car. They
drove down into the diney east side
street where June lay in the sleep of
blessed rest. Hive had Tomciy take
careful note of tiie house.
'Continued next Tuesday
Tommy Was Not Highly Pleased.
husband had lone since preceded her.
From a secret drawer of his cle.-k he
took oine papers and stuffed them i;i
his pocket: then he called the abnorm
ally UKly lllye ma;d to help him with a
They were in the hall with the 1m;-
JL'. t!-e V;i
i'ka team He
trie! court will throw out the suit and
no further action will be taken. At
the aiee.in.c of Cue counci1 Monday
evening it was moved by Alderman
llarr that (he law firm of Graham
A: Carls'rom be instructed to defend
the. injunction suit in t'ae federal
court, northern division of the south
ern district of JHinois. The motion
carried by the foliow.m; aye and nay
vole. Aye i.arr. Davis, '.il l
Xayr -Morris m and Parkman.
At Wye's club the limousine stopped
'Perhaps I can off.r te use cf my ma- jjj,. thc black Vandyked man aliKht
-H..u I ... ......
from the taxi and th- !.w of a loiu
tif il )uur.g Kir! appeared in the win
dow "She s'art'd m i ti e b'ack
Vandyked roan. ;iirert V.r'. He
ed. June smiled as she bade him Rood
li'.sht. but she was very fhouphtfnl
nevertheieis and troubled,
on the steps of tiie club
after the receding car with a smile of
pace when Hotioria let herself She
t-eiid the titua'ion at a dunce and
without a word laid hold of the trunk.
Hut Jtlye. aided by S-.atii, dashed
Ned Warner meantime had driven
lllye stood ; straigl. I to tiie apartment which he
and IsazedJitnd June bad filled iid. lie 1. ::ned
Mood h t deffed. polit
"You'll better jro trii-." hnked
tj.xl driver "This dd i'ib'II be i:er
Jure -r.er sl .w'.y tepp-d d in
"Th ink j ou." he t;;ac: d to r..ur
w a tins th'ur j satisfaction.
' The limousine
sped to the address
rapidly through the telephone direc
tory, called a number and delivered
his messa-c. At tne other end of the '
"I bee of o'i r. tn mention it. The
fj.r to me." !;: saiin.tly re'um-
l !,;! the mai l li-saa to tmtt-fer
fro :i the taf to oth r car arm io.id
ft.-r a'm lo ! f)f unoack'-d c'othinc. .and tliere was uo way to
Around the curve beuind them there lout without lein stared at
w t.tch u:ye had Riven the driver. June ! w ire a red faced man listened and nod-
Mii jiea me iiousu farnesnj. n wnsa;ded. then call. I in Irtmi an acJoinia?
;mar: lrnikinK bulldinit. The windows room thtee nun. who by some strange
: were brilliantly Hehted. and in the par-1 coincidence wi re lean ai.d lotisr and
lor were three ounr ladies in ra'her j Kuiky. one was smooth faced and ca-
striking evening dress. June cave the ! davernus of check, and one won; a
'. driver the address of a modest hotel. spar.-e. hapiiaz.tr! black bear 1 trim.
i Half way to their detiinatlon Juno ' nicd ti a point.
chantrcil her mind. The modest hotel. , There was a km k at the
l.e retneniberej. h.sd a blaziue lobby. ; Tiiree detectives had come from
TWO GRATEFUL WOMEN
WHO PRAISE PERUNA.
I lad No Desire To
Live. Pcruna Is A
Tonic and Strength
Express How I Suf
fered. I Would Not
Do Without Peruna.
I Thank You.
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iV V ;
V - - J
pas in or . v?.te ae-ncy. Ned had .civeu them a
She nave miniature of June.
' Meanwhile Xir. liiye in tiie pre.i-
- - I . 1. .. .......... ...... .. I : .. :
j ru c- in im was uixi foiis
ithern a pliotopr.ipii ! Ciibt-ri lllye
iand warned them that there was lo
I be no publicity.
j . .
j June, busy with her own thoughts,
presently found tiie dark ejes ot Ma-
rie fixed steadily on her in the plats,
j She missed Marie's red rum-, whi'ii
(were always showing, but there was
j no smile in the French Canadian girl
t "Why did you leave him?" asked the
j "Money. .Mari-.v Wd j:je me some
Mrs-. (I. C. Melntjrc? vent to Sea-t-jn
Mouilav to spend a few days
with her daughter, Mrs. .1. W. Decker.)
Mr:-. Henry I'eieron of New Wind-!
sor cme Munday sjieiiil a few
ila s w ith relatives aiul friends.
Mrs. Kmin i Core returned to her ;
:io::ie r: New Boston S '.'urriay a'.ter ;
v..- tir.'4 hct'e with lier ti-.ter. Mrs. G. j
H. M..ore. i
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Schurtz and ''
two ehiidren returned to their h une
in C th-vburi ;i t u.-d a y after visiting
het,' vi;ll Mrs. Schuriz's sis'er. M!S. i
Mis. Wlett:e Oarren and d i icaier. ;
Mrs. V. .Main a ad daughter. Miss
Klizabeth. and Mrs. G. I.. Davii went.
o Uulesiiur Saturday co ai.enu iae .
a'tt'. wpild'n? anniversary ot .Mrs.;
I Iavid'.i ii'icie and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. :
C. S. K.they. in ;!:at ci'y.
Miss Nel'e Peters en" ert aitie J the'
Dcdta J-ijrnia sorority al her home i
one evenmt' last w eek. During tiie!
cwninir Miss Peters announced her ;
entraciiiert to Sn:nr: ci.irk l" t'ar-;
tha-e. Miss Peter- is the d mirhter i
;r Mr. anil Mrs. .) D. Pciers and is. a i
ery talented and popular ounj; hidy. :
Mr. (Ciark is a cradua'.e o,' Wi'.iiam i'.n.l I
Vasht; ot'epe and for fou: years wa
tiie three' wilt be a ieil at ?.:
showed i Noon. Last year tiie :'.v.
feated tiie William and
by a ilarge score.
Mrs. J. Hunt and Mrs. M. K. Swisher '
of New Ito.-t ii were AieJo visitors j
Mrs. A. C. Sells arrived homo last'
week from an extended visit in i
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, "with her sister.:
Mrs. T. A. Griffin. J
The annual public installation ot j
ofliceis of the Mystic Workers of j
the Wor!d was hel l in the odse j
r::onis. About two hundred members I
and Ruest.s were present. After the j
installation of the officers a social :
session was spent followed by a fine i
supper at the Star restaurant. Music j
was furnished by the Imperial Man- j
do in club of this city. The insia'.lins; '
officer was J. A. Goodw'n of Little j
York. A lit e address coneeniins j
the lod.ce and its members w.vs made;
by the newly ejected Prelect. Mr. W. '
C. Galloway. Following is the lil ot '
officers: Prefect, ftv. C. Galloway: !
Monitor. Ka.hryn Hjorkiiian; Seen;- ,
tary. M H. Pjorkniau ; Hanker. K. A. I
Ar.dersm; Marshal. J. T. S'ead: War-J
den. .Mrs. Hannah Morrison; Scnli-J
r.el. P. A. Johnson: Superv.sor 1, 1
Dr. J. M. Dasis: Supervisor Dr. U :
Murphy: Superrift-r :t. C'yde S'tt. j
A special nicetinc of he Mystic Work
crs wil: be i:eld Th.irsday even inc. j
Jan. 21. to which a P. members are j
urped to 'be pre.-enf. i
y,f -and Mrs. Geo !':- W. Sheldon j
of Rock Island were guests at the ;
home of J. H. AbercnnrMe Fri.lay. ;
Mrs. William Sam pie snet.t .Monday I
in A'iohi with her parent. M '.'. and!
Mrs. T. G. rhdlil s. Ho;- motccT is
seriously i'l w'th iif.Mu-Hial pfeu-
Mr. and Mr-, (i.-orc s.i'rl.'af,
Chicago have :u'' io v.s.t
Sti nd land's on. S. ".. i.alh:-);.
(.,!cn:i Grei r of New li -sion w
bwsiness visitor here .Monday.
At s recent meetins; f tne
c-oiitcil ciimr.r.iriieatiou f.lli A
ney Wil'.irm J. Graham in re--tc
tile SUii :::w re.-llll.tl? oeioi-
!l-tr:( : con:"' :t! w
f Advertisements. )
Puy a home of Iteidy Pros.
For express, call William Trefz.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Independent Fxpress Storage.
K. I. SSI.
Wear a $2 (union madei hat Men's
Fashion Shop, Harper house block.
Sterling lib, Jan. 23. The annual j
Whiteside county field day of the j
Anti-Saloon !e;!-ui workers will he
held tomorrow. League workers wi'l i
discuss recent phast-s 'if the liquor is-
sue in -many of the churches through- I
out the county. Services will be held j
in nearly ail of the churches 1n Ster- j
ling, with a sneci.'il service m the y.
M. C. -. in the afternoon. This w!l
be a sympo-ium. the speakers bein li.
J. Da is of ("iii' iico, the Jtc. Ge-irs1'
McGinni:-,, s.u per n temlent of tiie north-
Notice of Final Settlement,
F.state of David M. Tipton, deceased.
Public notice is hereby Riven that
itho uudersigned Charles W. Durham
j has this clay hied his final report and
(settlement as such in the probate
j court of Rock Island county, and hear
, iufr on taid report has been set for
! February 20. 1915, at 10 a. ni, at which
; time persons interested may appear
j and make objec tions thereto, and if no
; obejetions are lib d, said report w ill be
(approved at that time, and the under
j signed w ill ask for an order of dlstri-
bulion, and will ulso ask to ba dia
j Rock Island, Illinois, Jan. 10, 1915.
C'H AKLiiS W. Dl'KHAM.
j Jackson, Hurst &. Stafford, Attorneys.
I Notice of Final Settlement.
j Kstate of John Conrad, deceased.
' Public notice is hereby given that
i the undersigned, William II. Con
! rad, has this day tiled his final report
I and settlement as such in the pro
j bate court of Rock Island county,
j and hearing on raid report lias been
et fnr Jan. 2S. l'Jla, at 10 o'clock
u m., at which time persons Interest
d may appear and make objections
rrn district, and the Rev. A.
Fosceil. super! v' en jen t of the
"Pa." said the smuil m ek
knowledse. "what is a kiss?"
"A kiss, my son." sa .i th
w!'- hadn't livrd ears in
no'.hin:; .!. ! t !y two."
i thereto, and if no objections lire filed,
said report w i l be approved at that
time, ami the undersigned will ask
j for an order of distribution, and will
i also ask to be discharged.
Rock Island. Ill, Jan. 4. 1913.
WILLIAM II. CONRAD,
.! Ktitate of Christ J. Schro d'-r, d
c a fed.
I T.f nndi-rflcned bavhiir been i
A New South Willis irrigation dam,
wiiicii will cost :;.i;l)v)!i, will im
pound :!". ::S0.OU0.n(Hi cubic feet of
water, backed up in a lake 40 miles
i'tie of the A'i-.iliiig athletes of the j nc
, ollego. I Ih
Mr -.,'ui Mrs. Laon Mt A'!ia rt on i t 'nitod Stale
M.,n.i-iv u-tib frienls i-i i:.;eu I 'he e.tv vif A I-Jo is p'.aiui
Ula'nd " ' ' ' j Chh-ago. llurlir-ston & Quiivy ratir
Mrs. K. K. Mosur of Joy spent Sat- j is the defendant, was presented :
l-rday at the home of her son and! read. The oonnnun icjt cui sta
wife' Mr. and Mrs Glenn riohhins. i i. t un-- f-:e o'.y t-ko- a. tioii
M ss lliitr.a Lundblad spent Men-j the near f i' .:- .- r-rnintr the
dav in lOck Island. yards m I:..- city of A'.eiio the
Sale cf Real Estate.
vii ture of an order and decree ot
strict court of the Culled States
le .Northern district of Illinois,
ithern divi-ion. m ::!; on tiie pcition
tl.i. ::!;ii--..--:'oiie.. In tne mailer d"
th-' estate of Lamer P Kiittltir, I u t . K -rupt,
i;f tiie city of Rock l.-!au-I an 1
state of Illinois, for leave to s- II tin:
r. a! estate of I he said banki u:;t , !
shall, ou tin- 2.i ii day of Jai.uury, A.
1 . IM.j. at lie.- nour of ti a. iu., s-:!
at public sale at tile court hole e u:
the city of Rock island, county of ito. ,:
IstMid and slate of iiiiuois, he t'Ciii
estate dvst r'.bed as follows, tow:':
in Ihj.i.i'.- r
pointed administrator of the estate of
Christ J. Schroeijer, late of tne county
! of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
' ceased, hen by gives notice that he
will appear before tiie Hon. Hetijamlll
Hell, judf-e of t.he probate court of
Rock Island county, at 'he probate
: court room, in the city of Rock Island,
i ;.r the March term, on the first Moil
i day in March net, at which time all
persons having claims against said es
tate are rio.'i.'Sed and requested to at
! tend for the purpose of having the
,ame adjusted. All pernins Indebted
V said estate are rc uert el to nmk
immediate payment to the uinlersign-
d -ft'u day of January. A. D.
JOHN F. SCI.'ROKDFR,
number five I
s'.oii of Aer':
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
From The Argus Files of iSgo
Jan. 17 J. C. Adams is
father of a baby girl, who
appearance at 7 o'c lock la:
Manager Gri.T.th of the
I'nion Telephone company gives a re
ception to his employes of the tri
! cities in Davenport tonight.
.Mrs. Prank Stroe?. R. F. V. J Eme.ie A. Haberkorn.
I. Appieton. W Iscon.-in. Her letter ; Grarois. Ave.. St. Louis. Mo., writes:
rd- "I began nic Teruna a few j "For over two years I wa9 troubled)
T.onths sxo when my health and
'rnctb wer all rone. I wasnoth
tr.K but a nervous wreck. Could not
-p. eat or rest properly, and felt no
with catarrh of the internal organs,
heard of a free booklet. 'The ills
wrote to the doc-1
J"!re to -ive.
l'c at l:fe in a differTit light, as I
U'in to regain my lot strength.
". ht my recovery took nearly four
m atas. at the end cf that tlm- I was
bvttr than I ever had be n before I
h.i a splendid color and nver weirhej
t ore in tny :ife.
-I e..rf;in'. ihink Ferur.a i witn
u it a ri a! a
b.i!Ur. ajid it has emiorseroent.
Mr. Char'.e Brown. K. It- . Do T9.
ll:r.rvloe Tenn wri'es: "I bav
trl-d mnt different
j tor. who answered my letter promptly
IVrnna made mi tkin'' treatment as soon
"We er a'l to ghid tiiat Mr Nod
was goitiK ': be mi good to you," Ma
rie pafheticaliy observed, "and you ran
away from him because he was. You
should go back. My siter' hu.-b.nid
beats her '
June shook her head. "Get me a
newspaper. Marie." she requested.
June had a new problem to confront Jan 18RV w s Marquis return
now. She must earn a livice. aud It ed ,ha nhornirc .Morrison, where
was a subject which she nad never, he has preach(,j the las.t three nights
-m -?z i at a scries of meetings.
I Alderman J. tl. Larkm greeted his
! friends downtown this afternoon for
the first time in several days -la
at 1 oi
t he ui:.' o:' 73.
The Tri-City O.hi F
'ary association !ie;d i
: li.'i'l Saturday evi ;ii:i;:
- cers as lollows:
V ice President An Ir
Secretary L. A. Vin'on. Moline.
Treasurer Robert Kuschn uiui, Rock
to Hinsdale, pid'a?" co ::';. ii
ou the follov ing t.-rnis, io wii
in hand upon delivery of d"-.i
A. i . h 1: A n. I
Trus.ce of tne Kstate ' Lie i
Z "d filis L'Mli hay of Dee. i:,;
Ii. 1 f 1 4 . at R ck Ishind. iil.
OLD MISblOK BEES
Equal tc the Best Imported.
Have you tasted Old Mission beer?
Kqiial to the b-s imported and rcc-
.jn iiiendeii hv pn f ii ians.
i.dv 1 ROCK IS). ND I'.RK'.VLN'G CO.
DriivcTird -j any part cf the city at
250fj ird Ave.
an r ion
j W'ortif famous p.itmlst. i-Iairvovant r.nil
!.rr.M m'l nti. tr v. I. o :n I r : ?. it'-ii.i.f ir.
3 nr. refill. r. hiisii.e-s tl a:.d si.irit in
L.ieeneii tv year.
possible. Tongue cannot express how ! di
I suffered with my stomach, and 1 also j ffo ffr'T
tn trolled with catarrh of the bead. I lUWawiwyia & a
I didn't feel like m?elf for a long j If TUiiS
time. So I began taking Peruna. I
bire taken four bottles, and now I ran
not praise it enough. Any one who
ha chronic catarrh should write to I
tonic an 4 strength the wieotcai wepx- o' i" ' , . I
Columbus, unto. I iwi S " Te!
what .the doctor has done for w. j
and would not do without Peruna. I j
' ! a .tet. a aab I J i
remedl-e. but tow enjoy as R , ' ! e3 .Si S
. 1 - a. sBsia-arl m hpfi 1 1 1 KCt w "
that 1 will recommend it to any i -'-' " ---m. ih, V'"
Jan. 21 Mr. and -Mrs.
are arranging an evte;:
Phil Mitchell last r.nht
cuse. N. V., to a'tc.id . :u
United Glass ass .ci-'tloi;.
I I lUll 11 1.111 1 t . - - - -
ive found that Peruna U the rrea.est j I nn-i
n c on eartX ai per'ect jsteni j mn.-h
:i vnur full nmc. tll whit voa
ral'ii-it for Ti-ii- wleni and
when yon will merry.
, In a leUer to a friend in this city,
: uated at Tours. France. Hen T. Cable
i states that he will btf nome in about
I two months, and that thereafter hej
w ill make Roc k Island his jiertiianeiu j
The industrial school began w iih an i toward morning
Mttenriu.iee of fiv lit.ile irirls Saturday ! what, aad .it 7 o'clock it was s
afternoon in the Citizens' Improvement I The river
ss..-i:o;oii Mums. Second avenue and : are getting in their
Sixteenth street, with Miss Klise Wey
erhaeuser as president.
ig oi" th"
Jar.. 22 The thermometer g
to 1" below zero during tiie night
i ;:oli'i and 'he icemen
best licks tiiie .
Go3 LB )
Jan. 20 William Yerbury. the well
known iTourietor of the Steam I yc
works, 210S Third avenue, died at his and is quite ui.
Jan. 21'. Conductor Robert Kramer of
the Uurlington was taken v.?th the
grip while cut on the road yesterday,
Mueller Lumber Co.
Phone R. I. 511 24th St. and Third Ave.
jone cheerfully." IAJt.)