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THE HOCK IST.ANT AVCJ SATtTlD.AY. FEBRUARY 27, 1015.
POZ MAN CLAIMS ME PAID
COwNiEL ONE HALF OF MON
EV RECEIVED FROM HURT.
i M at Cout Court Htjnn)
G?da'a Fe of 53 Per Cent
W s Of Trde-.
to the church. 1 of which were re
ceived dur-i&c t!j- last t-k. Ker.
John T. Hojr of the F1rt Christian
tborth. Ifevecport. hat aited the
paa'-or. Rer. . 11 Chatley la makin
of tie tri--t!nrs the reat turcetii that
they Lave be-n. Mr. liouser ha
pr-hi po-rftil and convincing t-I
mom and bi directed manr Into
riM f-.h. Ml K.iher Thuhn ha j STITUTION ALITY OF WORK-t-
n a rr-t aid In the ?rrioe. eiv-j MEN'S COMPENSATION LAW.
It each night a number of beautiful ,
SUSTAINS ACT IN
:judce RAMSAY upholds con-
SAYER IS WANTED
FOR IOWA THEFT
I Decision Comes In Case of Lily Blade,
I Who Wa Injured While Work
ing In Laundry.
-.'t f an lai!;fi!'on
ai '-orr.y prat ng
Il.ir.,l ouri"r ! r.
. tii ruorr.'r.s in th
l'-r; :--.; uj be for ! MOLINER CHlRRFn with
M . v 1H Railroad oe-
'!' Ur-'J thit the Uyr
: ha if 'f fi- .-.v;r;t he
.t:i a rji:f..i 1 frr.p.r.y
c :t h'n
i. I 1l.rVi from th.
If i t.: 1- ic an I tha".
to i' i . t:' ar.,rney
r ' ' ' th- Hum
wa k tr..rt c-u f.f cvirt.
rj : n m.;' r" of tl.at
f f' r re-.t rf tr.e mm
BEZZLEMENT, FACES SIMILAR
COMPLAINT AT oskaloosa.
The constitutionality of the Work
men's compensation art was sustain
ed for the second time in the Fame
rase by Judge K- I- Harnsay when it
w attacked this morning by attor
nc) representing the Moilne Electric
ed under the direction of the Moa's i
class of Broadway church. The music I
will be an attractive feature of the pro-!
gram. The quartet choir will tender !
two (special numbers, as follows: I
"O Jes-js. Thou Art Standing" (Pro-1
! theroe) Solos by .Mrs. Paul and Mr. J
'Tarry With Me. O My Savior"!
A chorus of men will assist the reg- j
ular choir in the singing of tiie hymns, j
The fir.-t 15 minutes of the servi.-e will J
he devoted to the singing of familiar,
hymns by the choir and cor.irreeation.
The services begin promptly at 4: "JO.
and the members of the Men's class, ;
together with the congregation in gen-
cral, extend a cordial invitation to all
to attend and participate in the wcr-1
The jrogram committee announces
that Dr. C. W. Foss of Augustana col-j
lege will be the speaker on Sunday. ;
An Income for Life
If you were
tional income of
offered an opportunity to get an i
. S2.000 a year for the rest of your
Charl O. Saver. ilZ Twcnty'if ii ' attention in the past. MNs Idly Wade,
laundry In the rase atainst the con- j March 7. and that Kabbi Weinstein of I
r rn which has attracted considerable ; I:lvenDort will cive the strmon on
5?r-!. .!oiir.e. i,o a arreted '!.
11 on a charge of c-u;b-:!ei;ient. is
tK- ?arf.M ) a!o an?-d f.,r a similar crime at 0-M,j-:
; kalo-a. loa. arcordir.g to a t-U tram
rrcivd by tht? lca! authorities -ti-rday.
from t!;e ptA.c- rt the loa
city. Tl. l.cal .rp uire i:i.-tnic'e J
to hold Jat r.
John IarUon. manager of the Dav-
Moline. seeking damages under the act
for the practical disability of her hand.
Although after the case was first
Pled following the accident which be-
f-'-ll her. Dec. 2. 1912. attorneys for the'
laundry filed a demurrer in which
t.iey attacked the constitutionality of
the law. and when, after being defeat
ed in this, entered a plea of not guilty.
filed a special
- r : r- 1 ..jt (f fnari Wn fund
t a :; n . ir;...l :zi ,
' ar jri: .'rnil.'x.
r r!:ira : V '.md.
- 'ar-.-v T'i ' 1'en a
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: . 1 Arid f ' h::dr-n Hi-n
;--i.dv f.f thf tri jiii-r
rar.dV.-f f an art Mc
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j-,'.Ar f -ire a.v ,n- f
' 1 11' th v'.i n .-;rr
enpnurt lJ.nrg con.pany. claims tr.at,aral last ek they
Payer approprlat d t9?.T of the com-
during the time he 4
employed a foiiiltor fjr the fnn.
.-"ay.r denied the charge and claimed
hi arr-t a the result of a misun-d--r'an.iing.
He ha retained Attor
ney J. K. Pcott to appear for him. He
ua riven a pr !lmlnary h arinc this
f.rn;ng 1,-fore Magl-tru'e Smith at:d
FAR SIDE STOPS
IN JOINT SESSION, COMMISSION
ERS OBJECT TO ANY CHANGE
IN STREET CAR PLAN.
idea to attack the constitutionality of
; tho law on special pleaa.
M;ss Plade's hand was torn, frac- Tne city commission of Moline yes-
'tured and burned in a mangle at the terday threw cold water on the plan
; laundry. Following the accident her . for tho far-side stopping of street cars
; attorneys filed suit under the work-! and what will be done by the commis
i men's compensation act. Attorneys ! slon hero is not known,
for the l..u.ndry filed a demurrer and The Mulisc council opposed a
CENTRAL MISSiO.J SOCIETY
r a,;:ual PRAISE SERVICE
r3!". r". U a-iu-rnoon at a!taked the Uw. It was overruled change from the present system when
'ar'.'uk. i and then the plea of not guJlty was rn-! Mayor H. M. Schrlver and Connnis-
a learned fnat Payer was cl.r.rg-, . A sioiier Reynolds of tho local council
ed - iti emb zil-mer.t whhe uf.riv.r.g. Hearing today was cn the plea filed ' and John G. Huntoon. general n.an
f..r a m-rthan: in O.- ka!.-a Ut ar.;last n.(k an:i aftorI:,.tS for the laun-lugcr of tho Tri-City Railway company
The amount lai.tn could not be 1. arn- dr. attat.k,.d Vv Cfntit'ittonality of, met la Moline yesterday,
ed. T!: O.-kalo.-a merchant i In pn the grounds tiiat It had not i The Moline commissioners advanc-
ruy a:n w-.u i... present at u:e i--ir-; ,.rn pr(vf.,iv pnMhed. aecordir.g to
tr. this aft.-rr.oon. An oiler fr .:n -aw . )n nnu!,. and senate Journals.
tja is hre al'to and in the event- lumsav otemil.-d the motion.
rft -.t-g Iire wttn S-nT li'-re. I.e
.;! be tjt-n to Osiiil'ioa.
. -orj . , .n ,.f a onerj f.f the laundry.
J MARRIAGE !S TO BE !Th c,. i, ,et for a htarlng nest
ornevs II M. 'TrPrih'Krin and Pen
i . . . , , , ,. Stew art r r e i.t "s- H'ade and At
I T. r'f-nn (..::. ( f l.'o.il'.iv Pre . ,' .
. . iM.fr 4 K lot'. i-L.d s:. W hit'-.t!
i The case In breurht l.v the vcunr wom
an ai.-a.n-t I'irl'-s I.i.-.d Lerg. Vi.-tor
DISCUSSED BY CLASS ' v"f
'.:tr. r . v
'. t the f .ri::.'
r. ia. ."n t. l.r.
i . t ,
y t .e s ih.
j ed the opinion that tho public there
did not want any charge and that
. therefore there was tio occasion for
j The uir. ttrr n-ay bo firnpr".l.
' D ivi -nport has ;m ordinance cnsiipe'l-
Iii,t tht! near-side stop plan at present
.uriform in the trl -cities. Win-th.-r th;
.ty commission will pass; a resolution
demanding a ci;ani;e is? r.ct l::ii
Two of the commissioners heartily sip
j prove of the far-side stop, two are non
, cemmita!, and Mayor Sciiriver is- H
! dined to he crpi'sed to it. Mr. Hun-
'toon wii:od the system uniforiit
- .n.A.-' V.'.. -ui..ivr ! r.
1 -jrrd J. 11 ',lxx,-TS I'
: jr. tliu.-.rated l-rtur- on t..
-ri.an lr!U.-.. Mr tii-jrg ha
'..I if. r.i..'iat ef r.-v r.-.artr-
i t: tr.di.i.i: ac I l.a pr.-pir.-! a
n-i-r;.',-r cf nerv t.'a 5-
'!- I I. Is '.t ti.r-. An lr.;f l.ta
- v e. tn t':e n.-TAl p'.Mlf A.'.-?
-- ,.: ..rr- t'.r.r. h tAk-a
I.: tr-.- tt:.roln f:r. f. A Johnsoa f
: sr.... :i t e t':--r- --;.j i;ar-i
a." tri wUrii -r;i:rin h t:t treat to!
rr- ri'.-r.' f.. i.--r i.,rt t,( lv r-.;.ty '
d tii- f ' i r i" " ' t nln ar.d t. n 1 1' n.
fjr- .Iv a t":
i.'-. :d rrat.!ai I' i
Th- ':bjet Is a l!v
dicuIon ttiil b wf;
n-.en who are o hr -A-i-e
::.. l.f ur are !r. v::e!
cIa. f. -i'a a:: l to
1 1 'i i.t-i..
i r. I J. e I
least ill Kock I-land and M-dir.-
nrv:Hv;-:i::;:.';::;:r F.IANY INQUIRIES
mhmm tiuuyEVERS WINS TWO;
OHE IS KNOCKOUT
AUTHORITIES RECEIVE WIRES
FROM LA SALLE AND CEDAR j
34 ACCESSIONS RESULT
OF CHRISTIAN REVIVAL
i-.van-'.'.f Ic srTi- -s t':sf have t-R
. igr at h- M-m..rUl 4"i.ritian
irrh for f.e 1a1 thr r-k rarr e '
. x r.o. I.t ren'-. w:tt a well t
I-! ri---!i Ti:- -rv!. t . uo-
I a f- r-iig;..i. i.T..-.-,.t arid
- rin r-- i..nr.-.'j' n ar.d VI a-.
; 'iAe l..eri rj.i.i-- ;n rr.; t;rr.e i
GETS HIS COMMISSION
TV". F. T".!!ert. recently aiTT'I"'''!
pfittmirl-r of Wat. ri n, to'Iay re
re ve l r.U fuir.riil.v in fT'ini '.Va'hir:g.
"-.ri If i!')f) r.o' plan to ai:rae Ms
r.-r d-i'ies iiaM Apr.: 1 which . the
e-r nr-.r-.i- ff a fj ar'-r At that t,:n.-h-
ail' :::-" Lis orti- v to h r.-ta ;r-
iirii tni'-y I.-i fiirli s have ti-in
t l:xon t. .M. iter's ttlidertak
I ir. . w !:.-re the remains of the
.r.n f .n '. in t'"- des. rte-l ("a--
at lii-ht' -rt ii av.-t.ii- an.i
i street are lying, no definite
M PERSONAL POINTS 11
tn IA.nk Mlv-r. T2I T-tr;'-'h
r. . ir. ''.! a
4-. K. !.a!il).rc
f irr.vd froia a
'' ' - I - in !-f . t !ia joi can
T.- en rj'r 'lice h!-
I : Tv-rai : : ;o c.r
i r: from f" J JIC-. at
r..;.-r?'.r a' raf.-s
.r r-pr.- r.t in II x k I-
i ! ar.d M ,I;r.- Af '.. Wrda-
' r. 1 Sa'ijr dav
i r.r or phon.
TrI-Cify Loan Co.
; Brtdf St. Davenport, la.
r I i I Pas.ec.c-r Station.
l"-n. IAVrR-wrt mi.
fc.'k'n tr.p t
i Marcu S- Pro-i.-h Is at: r.dtr
state b.ik.tball tuur-.:i:m r.t at lj.I
Mr. an I Mm K T. King of Ke.kk
a- it:;t!4 at the V. A. Mart;r. ia'e
h.-rr.--. - 1? Kourta awnu.
M: Marv farrier of Ornaha Is v:-':-
ir.4 at the h..in.- of Mr. and Mr 4.
. 4;. orre S,.-ld.-:. Ml Twerify t rM j
str.-t. S..e r-ium i.i;ii
M H S-xton returned last audience
'from !.!::' Kx-k. Ark. uh.-re he at
tended the f :r eral of th Lit- Jud.-.e
( Ka At.AUich,
due t " t!ie i ieni'.ty of the tnau laid
I.-. 11 ftiund up to a late l.our this after
r.of.n. iron, r It C. J. M -yer st.it - I today
Iha! he wou'il hohl th" body f r a
f.::-e until a'l pr-.s-nt i-.ies h.;'I been
run ! n. The local authorii i-s have
ln-.-n unable to communii ate with the
I' .s:n:as-er at Spar'a. Vo , r ctirdin!i
th-; rfl.-appearanre of t:ie f.ither of a
M'!ir.f 1. "man.
i::.!U.res f re also reeeiv-d from
O-.i.ir Kai l l.-i I 1-a Salle. 11! . where
ROCK ISLAND PUG EXTENDS HAY
MAKER TO MATT GAREER
AND BEATS K. O. iRAUSE.
. V. FcUehcrl today received a
tr. l,!M-r from his brother. IVnnuis,
Milwaukee, teilin; of some recetit
-Ui'f f :
Evers. Hock Is- a
I.,nd l ar.tnm battler.
T;:-,ir.-ilay nir.'.t in Racine. Kvers
kr.it-:. ed out Matt t'.irher in three
routid.-. l"p until the knockout the
battle w.n hard fought.
I;i--t ntiriit I'lv. rs gained a popular
deei.-ioti over K. O. Krause in a si
rotiTid semi-wir.iiup to the Krtle fight
in Milwaukee. In tho first round
Kraus atiht Kvers Ilush on the jaw
and s- i.t him to the m..t for the count j
If this opportunity were one that had been investi
gated and then accepted by hard-headed farmers and cold
blood city business men
If it were a proposition that merchants, doctors,
lawyers, bankers and manufacturers, many of them right here
in Davenport, Rock Island and Moline--had severely scruti
nized and then gone into
A proposition where you had land for security and
where your income was from the crops on this land
If it were a proposition which took so little money
that you could easily make the investment
You would certainly INVESTIGATE wouldn't you?
Then DO IT, for we make you that offer.
The opportunity is in hiring a strong company to plant
for you ten acres of some of the most fertile land in
America with commercial apple trees, and to take care of
these trees for you five years until they are bearing
and after they are bearing.
It is what a great many of the shrewdest men and
women are doing today.
It is just what two bank presidents, half a dozen
manufacturers, eighteen farmers, thirty-four retail mer
chants, and dozens of other conservative business men are
doing. Tri-City people, many of whom you probably know,
have invested through us in more than $600,000 worth of
In a few years each of them wi'l have an established in
come from their orchards.
By starting- NOW, YOU can arrange for an income suf
ficient to enable you to live as you want to live, after live years
Take the first step now, while it is in your mind.
If you saw a $10 bill on the sidewalk, you would not wait
until tomorrow to pick it tip.
Thi3 offer cm be worth to you 200 ten dollar bills EVERY
So sign and send the attached coupon now.
An 88-page book of proof will come to you promptly.
THE DANIEL HAYES COMPANY
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Chicago, Peoria, Davenport, Clinton, Cedar Rapids.
FREE INFORMATION COUPON CLIP AND USE TODAY
The Daniel Ilayes Company,
Rock Island, 111.
Gentlemen: I will examine the 88-page booklet of proof if sent postpaid.
PLANS COMPLETE FOR
M.E. ANNEX DEDICATION
I-.irtle.-i w.re reorted missing, but in ff four. I') no minute later the Hock
none of the rj.-cj did the description island battler retaliated with a kick;
of the two tally. it.- KraiiH.s jaw. fort ing h::n to take.
jtiie count of three. Kvers finished i
i stronger than hi-i opponent, and was
awarded the decision. According toj
the letter, Kvers is rapidly becoming
a favorite with tho f. ns and boxing
clubs and is in grer.t demand at the,
present time. Peanuts hepes to match j
him with Krtle. the St. I'aul sensation,
I'eanuts will arrive in Hock Island
tonight w ith his bride to attend tho i
funeral of his uncle. Victor IV t- rson. t
CHANGE HERE FOR
FLAG IS BOOSTED
of the tournament Uen u went up A L U M N I GIRLS' TEAM
WINS FROM ALEDO FIVE
The service o dedication at the
i Kirs'. Methodist church tomorrow
will be con.iecratei the next1
Sunday school annex wlil bein at 3;
i o'clock wi'h a service in tne church
room as a port of farewell
before taking up work in the new
b'ulding Drs. Kdgar lilako of Chicago
kr.on t a' ba:l tnas- ,., v. II. Parr of Kokomo. Ind.. are
th principal speakers of the day and
ROCK ISLAND TOSSERS DfcFEAT
FARMINGTON, 43 TO 25 IN
j- T. o'M-Tia. n employe of the wid assist the pastor, Ir. O. T. Pwin-
Vm'. Intel Ir-tatc cnine-r .
..jfTerinir wi'h an at tick of
Hior.ia. I'.f taken to St. Aistlo
ry hospital t-.-day.
Ail the sri all th tine "Hie Argu
Trusting to Luck
Why should any one trust his future to luck, when,
with a well managed savings account with the Ger
man Tiust t Savings Bank, he can assure himse:f
a destiny worth while.
Would yoa rather take your chances with a des
tiny shaped by luck, or one cut out with hard work,
cemmos sense and a savings plan?
Your success begin to take form when you begin
to save. Open your account now at this back and
get your PLAN working.
:;. n the service 8 throughout the day.
The new buiiding lias been pronounc
ed one of the finest of its kind in the
country and is adequate for all the
needs of the church for many years
to come. Services will continue
through the evening when both Drs.
li.ake and Parr will speak.
Island City High Conceded One of
Three Which Stands Opportunity
of Winning Pennant.
TWELVE FARM HANDS ARE j
GIVEN EMPLOYMENT TODAY j
Rock Island. 43; Farmington, i
Kewanee, 24; Moline. 13.
Prmceville, 25; Aledo, 23.
almost entirely a scrub lineup the
Plow boys ran up a score of 60 to 4. ;
the Mercer county lads failing to make j Tho members of the 1914 Alumni
a single basket. First and Kerns play-. girls ba.-ketball team of the Hock Is
ed forwards, Lyon center and Warren land high school, retained their laur
and Mullinix, guards. Coach Slough els last evening when they defeated
saved his regulars till the last four the William and Vashti squad, Aledo,
minutes of play, putting them in simply by a score of IS to VI, on the latter'
to give them a workout. Boston made , iloor. The lirst. half ended 13 to 6 with
but one score in the second half. 1 the Islanders leading. A return match
I is planned. I'oliow ing the game a re-
East St. Louis, III. Southern Illi- ception was given tho vl-dtors at th
! nois democrats from 24 counties met home of Justice and Mrs. George A.
zt the Illmo hotel here and decided on Cook. The line-up:
the time, place and basis of represen- Alumni
tation for the convention, at which a m. C'uok
Twclvo farm hands were given cm
ploymeut today at the Illinois free
omnlnvnient office ill the Safetv hllild- Imperial t- The Al.l.O
'ing. Today was "farmers" day." Thej Galesburg. Feb. "7. The Rock Is-
i ...... I. Kit rartv v r.Tiit m nr.i . 1 ., n ri l.irrl, crhnfll hnk.'thall team WOn
work is f-xiiected within the next few- its second came in the northwestern
weeks. "Farmers' days" are held on tournament at Galrsburg in
German Trust & Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS
Nortwt Cn-r Bcftd Au nd CIBhttth Street
Funeral of Mrs. Schroeder.
The funeral of Mrs. Marie Christine
Sehroeder was held this afternoon at
; o'clock from the homo of her son,
F.dward Schroeder. 1" Second street.
Hov. K. J. Ho'.f, pastor of tho Germat
Kvanpp'.'.cal church had charge of tho
Funeral of Rev. Head.
The remains cf Kev. M. A. Head,
former district superintendent of the
Methodist church, who died at his
fcom In Denver Thursday, will arrive
In Mol.ne at 11:3 Monday morning.
Services will b conducted from
j Knox's chupcl In Mol'ne at 2:20 In the
i atertiCHin. Rv. J. j"E. Connor of the
First Methodist church of Moline offic
iating. Interment will b in Riverside
Tuesday and Saturday of each week.
ASSAULT CASE AGAilMST
HARVEY JAHNS DROPPED
easy fashion thi3 morning" from Farm-!
intrn bv a count ot 4-, to -. ( oach :
cand date for the supreme court of Il
linois will be nominated. Carbondale
was chosen as the place, defeatlne
Kasi St. Louis by one vote. April K
will be the date and the delegates will :
be chosen on the basis of one for eac; j
500 votes cast for President Wilson I
Martin W. Schaefer of Hellevi'Ie pre-;
sided and I'. J. Kolb cf Mount Cannel :
was secretary. I
I!. Carpenter . .
It. ISlakemore .
M. Morrison . .
A. I 'itiniann . .
. f .
W. and V.
. . . M . 1'hlllipn
. . I!. Iiridford
Thaw Case Again Goes Over.
X. v.- ork. Feb. 21. Cpon the plea
of hi; attorney and with the. consent
if the dlstrkt attorney, the trial of
Harry K. Thaw for conspiracy, which
rolo. 111. A home-coming on July 4 was to start here next Monday, was
ingtcn by a count ot 4., to ... y vn . planned by the committee re-; post pom-d for a week.
Robb used nearly every member of ; hJTirAeil to mako arranP.
the souad dur-.ne the contest, nun? . , , t ., , - .. ""Iittofin III Willia
' , . . , ,,.,,," ments for a celebration marking t;ie 'J""n' '" """a
each a workout to keep in trim for the ... . i . rt;red farm? r w
Z. t i ,ci-,is fifteenth anniversary of ousting of sa- A "' '
.-. l. T-l.- Lt-on fritll rifQI.-f-TS
Charge of assault and battery against j and j.?evpa copped one less ti-.nn jn .'001" froni'olo.
Harvey Jahna was dismissed by Mae-; fit,ld baskets. Rock Islatid. O.xlefburg ' Robin;cn. irf-Mrs
istrate Gustafson :n .Mcline po '.ce , Kewanee look strongest ti'J to th:s
court today when A. Stein, w ho accus- j tinus and an three are c.r.sidered a f&r maycr. She has served for several
trn West, aged
is run over by
cars 'e:i,g yw jtciied on tne Indiana ai-
: vision of t-ie Illinois Centra!, and kill-
diaries Klampf ed. Mr. S e-r was on i;i way to visit
has announced herself as a candidate u daughter ami did not take the pie-
"PREPARED FOR WAR" IS
SPECIAL SERMON THEME
"Prepared for War-' is the subject
announced fr the sermon by Kev.
IaM A. Johnnon of the Central Pres
byterUa church at the vesper service
at Proadway Presbjterian church
Rer. Mr. Johnson has been secured
to del!ever the sermon at this service.,
which la one of a serit, he'.nx conduct-;
ed defendant of assaulting Ins sen i chance to cod the flag. The tourney;
Harry at the waterworks, failed to I en(-s tonight. i
put in appearance. The case had been Kewanee sprung the big surprise of,
twice con'inued. j t;;p tourney by trimming Moline by a!
. ! si-cre of -i to IS. Swain of Kewanee!
14 foul baskets. j
Weiiierqiiist and Sha'.iben: are re-1
' ported as playing an unusually rough ;
-tame. The only rcmrining chance for i
.Moline t-i stay in tiie tourney is!
through the drawing of the losers in j
this morning's contests. If they win;
in the draw iig the Plow City boys will j
clash w ith Rock Island. j
j Lineup of the Rock I-land Farming-:
ton teams: ;
Rock Island. Farmington.- !
Reeves. Robb rf Allen
Culley, Butlfir c Keyes
Hinkley, Gl-ason. .lg N'eglev
Whist'.er, Rimk...rg Huff
Field basktts Alien 6. Keyts
Negley 2. Tabor 3, Reeves 10. Culley.
Gleason, Rinck. I itler pnd Robh.
Foul baskets Taber 7, Allen, Keyes
i Moline encountered the softest snap ,
years as a truant officer.
to see wuetuer a train was
I am going out of bus
iness and I hereby noti
fy people having goods
in my shop to call for
same within a week's
220 Seventeenth St. .
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STI?A!GHTGIGAR always reliable
If it is Quality and
Service You Want on
General Laundry Work
Call R. I. 237, 633 Seventeenth St.