I Mk'Mi -ta.'-
fe3e Vntt to Pay fer Keai
I Hk(n Give fcy Basinets ;
, Mtm to CU Yalley.
Mollne motorist bare been es
Mm4 $1,400 M their share of the
lands . necessary to par for the
tractor for use oof the Coal Valley
reads, by the Business Men'a asso
ciation. Member of the associa
tion and Coal Valley townsblp are
bearing the main burden of ex
pense. The campaign , to raise money
money from the motorists begins
Monday when a half dozen mem
ber! of the Business Men's associa
tion will devote their time to the
solicitation. They believe that the
money should be raised without a
general appeal, merchants of the
i4Hr vhfi -rn 1 n fit ru mental lit
alerting the movement being ex
pected to respond generously. Vol
untary contributions will be wel
comed, from auto owners, who will
hare In the benefits of the im
proved highway. The tractor has
been delivered and will soon be put
to use on the township highways.
BANTA STARTS ON
LONG MOTOR TRIP
K. J. Banta, general secretary of
the East Holine Y. M. C. A., and
family left this morning for a mo
tor trip through Indiana and Ohio
visiting relatives and iriendB en-
route, . They expect to be absent
three or four weeks, during which
time the Y work will be carried on
by R. E. Stolz, activities director,
assisted by tbe new boys' secre
tary, Roy Crosby. Activities of the
association will not be curtailed by
the absence of tbe secretary, it was
announced at the association today.
On the Y lawn this evening there
will be a Boy Scout meeting for
Soouta and their parents, at which
motion pictures of tbe World war,
showing scenes in which local men
figured, will be displayed. Dr. A.
E. Soule or East Mollne will give
a talk on "How to Keep Fit." .
th i v.v BREAKS JNTO
ROCK ISLAND DEPOT
The ticket office of the Rock Is
land depot at Ninth street and Four
teenth avenue, East Holine, was en
ured last night, but it la believed
nothing of value was taken. Agents
were occupied checking up on tick
ets this morning to see if any had
Tbe Intruder bad entered the of
fice by breaking in the screen door,
shattering the glass in the main
door and reaching through opened
the door which was secured by a
night lock. There was no money
la the cash drawer and little of
value in the place. Tbe entrance
waa not discovered until this morn
ing. BANK STATEMENTS
Mollne banks have Increased their
deposits 150 per cent in the last 10
years, mid-year financial state
ments recently issued show. The
- Aotal deposits In tbe six Mollne
banking Institutions amounts to
During the 6-year period Just
closed the deposits have grown 48
' per cent, while resources have in
creased proportionately. Growth
- In the last five years has been phe
nominal, a reflection of war-time
prosperity and evidence of marked
cultivation of habits of thrift.
Whorl tha miif.vaaa tialnmnnl
was lsHued tn 1910, it listed the
) Mechanics ft Merchants' bank, a
new institution then; the 1915 list
included the Commercial Savings
bank, and this year the list intro
duces tbe Fifth Avenue Trust ft
Statement of the resources and
deposits for tbe three periods fol
lows: Resources. Deposits.
1910....$ 8.057,429.56 $ 6,991,081.60
1916..., 10.513,115.60 9,074,193.64
1920... . 20,029,595.56 17,449,895.39
From 1910 to 1915 percentage in
crease in resources was 30, and in
deposits, 31. Increase from 1915 to
1920 was 47 per rent in resources
and 48 per cent in deposits.
The Day in
, To Occupy Kafal Building Oct. I.
Office suites in the new $1,000,
000 Kahl building. West Third and
Ripley streets, will be ready for oc
cupancy by tbe small army of ten
ants on Oct 1. , The theatre will
be completed and ready for the for
mal opening, probably a month
Gets Third Crete de Guerrew
Captain Robert Norton of the 39th
Infantry, 4th division, assigned here
to recruiting duty, has been noti
fied that he had been cited by the
French government for bravery in
action during the lata war and
awarded a croix de guerre with
palOL - '--
Aai far Heaving Briee Ken
tteth Mitchell and John Kluver. fac
tory workers, were fined $50 and
costs by Justice of the Peace W. W.
Beet on k charge of throwing a
reck into an aato drives by Forest
,. Forsythe sad etaittaa; fight with
Foraythe and Jerry Ore soar
Ltawood last Sunday. Carl Has
ten and Herbert Altaaaa. who were
arrested with K&ehaa cad hUavar'ad to the hospital.
f Uim Seesred to Build
Jean Dean geseeL-Let Exea
' vatiem Ceefrset. .
Fifty-one thousand dollar worth
of booda were sold to, the First
Trust ft Savings bank of Chicago
by the East Molina board of educa
tion last night, fund to' be used
for erecting the new John Deere
school. The bond issue waa au
thorized at a recent school election.
The board had previously raised by
Issuing bonds $53,000 for the new
school but Increased costs of build
ing, coupled with a slight extension
in plana made the new loan neces
sary. Work on the school, which la to
be erected in tbe rear of the pres
ent John Deere school, will be start
ed Immediately. The contract for
excavation was let last night to E.
B. Wood of Mollne.
The contract for supplying the
schools with coal next winter to
amount to approximately 300 tons,
was awarded to Dimock & Gould.
Last night's meeting waa a contin
uation of the regular board meeting
held Tuesday of this week.
LEAP FOR LIFE
Bert Young of the East Moline
police force is suffering from a
sprained ankle today as the result
of what he believed to be a leap
from sure death. Young was re
turning with Nicholas Hettinger,
also of the police force, from a call
in tbe northern section of the city
last evening. Both were in tbe
front seat of the patrol wagon.
They crossed tbe C, B. ft Q. lines
at Third avenue. East Moline, just
as a passenger train came at rapid
speed down the track. Young be
lieved the wagon would be hit and
Jumped. Hettinger, at the wheel
stepped on the gas and - skillfully
averted a collision. He was unin
jured. BOY, HURT m FALL
FROM AUTO, BETTER
Edward Simler, 8-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Simler of Sil
via, is recovering today from in
juries received when he jumped
from a moving automobile and
was thrown to the pavement late
Wednesday afternoon. His recov
ery was at first thought to be un
certain. The accident occurred in front of
his home at Tenth street and First
avenue, Silvia. ' Edward, with a
group of other children, had been
given a ride by an auto driver
whose name was not learned. He
did not wait for the auto to come
to a stop but Jumped from the. run
ning board and struck the pave
ment head first. He did not regain
consciousness until yesterday morn
ing. Moline Obituary
Jackson Campbell Lambert, in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed W. Lam
bert, 2039 Eleventh avenue C, Mo
line, died at 11 o'clock , last night
at the family home. The child was
born in Moline July 8, 1920. Be
sides the parents, three brothers
and a sister survive. Brief funeral
services were held at the home this
afternoon and the body sent to Bar
dolph. III., where funeral and burial
will take place tomorrow afternoon.
Funeral of Clarence Zees.
Funeral of Clarence Zeek, who
was drowned Wednesday night
while fishing near Thirty-sixth
street, Moline, will be held at 2:30
tomorrow afternoon from the home,
111 Thirty-sixth street Rev. R. S.
Haney will conduct the services.
Burial will be in Riverside ceme
Funeral of Sirs. George Dokas.
Funeral services for Mrs. George
Dokas, 408 Fifty-third street, Mo
llne, will be held Sunday afternoon
at Centerville, Iowa, and burial
will take place there. The body
will be sent to Centerville this eve
on state charges of assault
battery were discharged.
WIU Address National Conven
tion Miss Helen CrouL secretary
of the Davenport Rating associa
tion, has been selected for the be
stowal of an unusual honor by the
Association of National Credit Men
at their annual convention to be
held next month in Detroit, for
Davenport's very capable secretary
has been Invited to give one of the
special addresses on the convention
Private, A. W. 0. L. to Die at
Hetae 8 uocuaibs. Private William
Sievert, late of company E. 359th
infantry, 90th division, died Thurs
day at the home of his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Sievert, 109 Brown
street a victim of German poison
gssses. Sievert wss gassed three
times while fighting on the western
front Tha gaaaea developed pul
monary taberesioate and necrosis
of tha jawbone. About a year ago
he left the division hospital at Fort
Aurora, Colo, to rata bene o a
xe-dsy iwtoagm. Be sever retar
Mr. 0. E. Rottend and HabejU
Injured When Plang 1 Frem
Wheels Oate Gravel Pats.
Serious Injuries were received by
Mrs. 0. E. Holland, 1824 Fifteenth
street, Mollne, when she waa flung
from the bicycle on which she waa
riding as the wheel plunged into
the curb at the foot of a hill in
Prospect park last evening. Mrs.
Holland's husband, on another
wheel, was slightly Injured.
The two were riding down .the
bill at the entrance of the park
at an unusually fast rate: Neither
saw the curb at the foot of the hill
until they plunged into it. , Mrs.
Holland fell on the gravel path on
her hands and knees, the gravel be
ing imbedded InTier flesh. She was
cut and bruised Blightly, but there
were no bones broken. Mrs. Hol
land was taken to the city hospital
where she was. attended ' by Dr.
Perry Weasel. This morning she
wag reported to be doing well, al
though she will have to remain at
the hospital for several days.
New York, July 16. Prices at
noon today were: 3s, 91.04; first
4s, '86.10; second 4s, 85.02; first
4Us, 86.38; second 4 Vis, 85.16;
third 4Ks, 88.72; fourth VA, 85.46;
Victory 3s, 95.86; Victory 4s,
Final prices today, were: 3s,
91.00; first s, 86.10; second 4s,
84.90; first 4s, 85.90; second 4 Vis,
85.04; third 86.66; fourth 4VjS,
85.34; Victory 3 Sis, 95.84; Victory
St, Louis Cash Grain.
St Louis, July 16. Cash wheat.
No. 2 red winter, 2.812.83; No. 3
red winter, 2.782.8l.
Corn, No. 2 white, 1.62; No. 3
white, 1.57. -
Oats, No. 2 white, 93c; No. 3
white, 93 95a
Toledo, Ohio, July 16. Wheat,
No, 2 red, 2.87.
Clover seed, prime, cash, 24.00;
October, 24.40; December, 23.40.
Alsike, prime, cash, 24.30; Oc
tober, 24.30; December, 24 50.
Timothy, prime, cash (1617) and
cash (1918), 5.40; cash (1919)
5.50; September, 5.75; October, 5.60.
Peoria, 111., July 16. Corn re
ceipts, 36 cars; 3c to 5c lower; No.
1 yellow, 1.53 1.55; No. 2 yellow,
1.54; No. 3 yellow, 1.54; No. 2 mix
ed, 1.54; No. 6 mixed, 1.45; sample
grade, 1.30 1.35.
Oats receipts, 7 cars; 2c to 3c
lower; No. 2 white. 96c: No. 3 white.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City. Mo.. Julv 16 Cat
tle: receipts. 1.100: uneven tn
steady; steers, 9.7515.90; quar
antined, 11.0013.25; good heavy
cows, 10.25; good bolognas bulls,
7.50; vealers mostly 11.00 12.00.
Hogs: receipts, 1,000; strong;
top, 15.50; bulk heavies and medi
ums, 15.0015.40; light, 14.75
15.25. . . .
bheep: receipts, 500; steady; no
cuoice lamos; native lambs lower
New York 8ugar.
New York, July 16. Raw sugar:
quiet; centrifugal, 18.31; refined,
uue grauuiaieu, ZWtQ'TZ.H).
TREATS EYE, .EAR, NOSE AND
THROAT DISEASES EXAM
INATION FREE SATURDAY,
MONDAY AND TUES
DAY. People afflicted with eye diseases,
failing sight weak eyes, granulated
lids, wild hairs, inflammation,
ulcers, sore eyes, scums or growths
on the eyes, deafness, loss of hear
ing, headaches, ulcers of the ears,
catarrh of the nose, head, throat
and system, should consult Dr. W.
O. Coffee, the oculist and aurist
about his special non-surgical
treatment for most of the above dis
eases. He will agree to straighten
any case of cross-eyes at one visit
no matter if they are born that
way. He removes adenoids in a
few minutes without an anesthetic
or serious hemorrhage. He says
most cases of diseased tonsils can
be successfully treated without re
moval. Hp says catn . is a con
stitutional condition and often
causes rheumatism, neuritis, stom-
acn trouDiea, nerve troubles and
especially neaaacnes ana is cur
able. He especially urges people
that ar- growing deaf in one ear
or have head noises just starting in
the other to see him and try his
treatment tnd see if it will help
them. Many cases of deafness are
quickly curable. He is treating
many very bad cass. Treats all
diseases of the eye, ear, nose and
throat He will make an exam
ination and give you his opinion
whether or not he thinks his treat
ment will help you, free of charge.
He has had 37 years' experience in
this specialty, treating thousands
upon thousands of cases, using a
special treatment developed by him
self. This makes it possible for
him to' succeed In many cases
where others of less, experience
would fait He treats about 60 pa
tients a day. He is absolutely re
liable. He is in his D.venpart of
fices every- Saturday, Monday and
Tuesday from $ a. m. to 3:30 ;. m.
For further information "phone
Davenport T114. Dr. w. O. Coffee.
First National Bank Bids-, Daven
sort. Iowa. . ; - s . , . ; -
Chicago. Jaly It Extraordinary
weakness developed in tbe wheat
market today, and prices made a
steep descent. Tha December de
livery In which most of tha trading
centered, fell more than 10c a
bushel 'before showing signs of a
rally. There waa a notable lack of
buying orders. Bearish weather re
ports tram the northwest and talk
of money scarcity explained in
some degree the actios of tha mar-1
set. A part of the selling was said
to be on foreign account. Opening
pricea which ranged from the same
as yesterday s to 9 c lower with
December at S2.60V4 to 2.68 and
March $2.74, were followed by a
further decline to $2.60 for Decem
ber and then a reaction to $2.62.
In the corn pit, there waa active
selling on the part of the same
commission houses that were con
spicuous on the bear side yester-
day. Demand jas lacking except
for shorts. After opening . lc
down to 114c advance, including
September $1.50 to $1.50,. the
whole market declined sharply, but
later recovered most' of the loss.
Oats weakened with other grata
September opened c off to c up
at 75c to 76Vic, declined to 75c
and then turned upgrade.
Provisions were steady to 'firm, in
sympathy with an advance in the
hog market . ..
Slight rallies ensued as a result
of buying on options that the de
clines of late had been somewhat
excessive. The cloqe was 'unset
tled at the same as' yesterday's fin
ish to c higher, with September
1.49 to 1.49, and December
1.37 to 1.38.
Demand became more active lat
er. The bulk of the buying was for
seaboard interests, and there was
some exchanging of futures against
sales of wheat for export Prices
closed heavy, 10c to 10c net lower,
with December $2.60 and March
July 16, 1920.
Creamery extras 55
Firsts 49 054
Seconds 44 48
Ordinaries 39 40
Young Americas 25
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
Dec 2.606 2.68 2.56 2.60 .
March ....2.74 2.74 2.64 2.64
Sept 1.50 1.50 1.47 1.49
Dec. .....1.37 1.39 1.36 1.37
Sept 75 .74 .75 .76
Dec 74 .76 . .74 .75
Sept 27.65 28:00 27.65 27.97
Sept 18.65 19.15 18.65 18.90
Oct 19.00 19.50 19.00 19.35
Sept 16.65 16.95 16.60 16.80
Chicago Cash Grain.
Chicago, July 16. Wheat No. 3
Com, No. 1 mixed 1.531.54;
No. 2 mixed 1.5301.53; No. 4
mixed 1.521.52; No. 5 mixed
1.50; No. 6 mixed 1.471.49; No, 1
yellow 1.531.55; No. 2 yellow
1.541.55; No. 3 yellow 1.531.54;
No. 4 yellow 1.52; No. 1 white
1.591.60; No. 2 white 1.59;
No. 3 white 1.581.59; sample
Oats, No. 1 white 98; No. 2 white
9598; No. 3 white 92096; No.
4 white 8894; sample-grade 77
Corn, No. 2 mixed 1.530L53;
No. 2 yellow 1.5401.55.
Oats. No. 2 white 95 098 ; No. 3
Rye, No. 2, 2.2102.22.
Timothy seed, 10.0012.00.
Clover seed, 25.0035.00.
Chicago, July 16. Potatoes,
weak; receipts, 40 cars; Virginia,
12.75 13.50 per barrel; Kansas
Early Ohios, 6.656.80 per hundred
weight; Oklahoma Triumnha. 6.75
! 6.85 per hundredweight: Ken
tucky Cobblers, 7.2507.50 per hundredweight
1 Moonlight Excursion '
SATURDAY, JULY 17
COME FOR A GOOD TIME
FAILS TO LO
lll STOCK LIST
Naw York, July The early
rally on tha exchange failed to hold,
renewed offerings of steels, oils
and shippings, also motors and
coppers, forcing many leaders
under final prices of tha previous
session. A few stocks were con
spicuous for their strength, how
ever, Delaware, Lackawanna ft
Western gaining ( points on a few
sales. Strom berg zK. May Depart
ment Stores 2, and Sumatra To
bacco 1. The 9 per cent opening
quotations sale money was the
highest initial rate of the week and
pointed to a possible advance over
yesterday's maximum figure; Ex
change on London was 11 cents
for cables and demand bills.
The closing was irregular.
American Beet Sugar ....... 89
American Can ...........,.39
American Car ft Foundry . V134V
American Locomotive ....... 97
American Smelting ft Refill... 55
American Sumatra Tobacco.. 88
American T. & T. 93
Anaconda Copper 55
Baldwin Locomotive ........117
Baltimore ft Ohio 31
Bethlehem Steel 'B". ........ 88
Central Leather ..;..... 62
Chesapeake & Ohio 53
Chicago, Mil. & St Paul...... 33
Corn Products 92
Crucible Steel,... ......147
General Motors (new) 24
Great Northern Ore Crtfs. ... 34
International PapSr ......... 84
Kennecott Copper 25
Mexican Petroleum 191
New York Central 68
Norfolk &' Western 87
Northern Pacific 71
Pennsylvania ............... 39
Republic Iron & Steel ....... 90 .
Sinclair Consol. Oil 31
Southern Pacific ............ 92
Southern Railway 28
Studebaker Corporation ..... 70
Texas Co. (new) . 45
Tobacco Products . 66
Union Pacific ......;........114
United State Rubber 93
United States Steel A... 91
Utah Copper 66
Westinghouse Electric ....... 48
Willys Overland 18
Illinois Central 81
C. R. L & P. 36
Standard Oil prfd 105
Chicago. July 16. Cattle re
ceipts, 6,000; steers opened dull;
quality plain; choice cattle scarce,
few sales light steers, steady; corn
fed neglected, weighty cows, can
ners and calves, firm; good choice
vealers, 13. 50014. 50; medium cows,
bulls and stockrs, slow to steady.
Hog receipts, 18,000; slow, fully
25c higher than yesterday's aver
age; medium and heavies gained
most; top, 15.95; bulk' light and
light butchers, 15.50 15.90; bulk,
250 pounds and over, 13.750 15.60;
pigs, steady to 25c higher, v
Sheep receipts, '13,000; slow,
steady to 25c lower; prime Idaho
lambs,' 16.50; top native lambs,
15.50; bulk better grades, 15.00
15.50; top ewes, 8.00.
Chicago, July 16. Butter, un
changed. ; , "
Eggs, higher; receipts, 9,536
cases; firsts, 4243c; ordinary
firsts. 3839c; at mark, cases
included, 4142c; storage packed
extras, 45c; storage packed firsts,
Poultry, alive, lower; fowls, 31c;
springs, 35c. . ' ,
Peoria, 111., July 16. Hog re
ceipts, 800; active; 25c higher; top,
15.70; lights, 15.00015.70; mediums
15.250 15.70; heavies, 14.50015.65.
Cattle receipts, 100; steady to
strong. j L
Cdol and Comfortable
TODAY and TOMORROW
1 ALICE LAKE
And an all star cast, In
EE "Should a Woman
A tremendous story of tbe
follies of youth and the
tragic romance of a New
England fisher girt -
A rip-roaring two reel
WELLS HAS COT
made up r:.i;:D
Alede Member of LegisbUare Hot
Beady to Make StateaMat as to
CaadMaey for Reelection.
, J. A. Wella of Aledo, representa
tive In the Illinois state legislature,
stated this morning that he had not
definitely decided as to his candi
dacy for a third term.
Mr. Wells, who is president of
the First National Trust & Sav
ings bank of Aledo, .said .that his
interests in the city were such that
it would be hard for him to leave
the city at present but refused to
say definitely whether he would be
a candidate -or not It has been
generally l accepted , in . this com
munity that Mr. Wells, who has
twice been ' elected to the office,
would not accept a third term.
With this idea in mind a number of
aspirants for office have been 'dis
cussed as possible candidates to
succeed bim. So far there has been
no Mercer county man definitely
entered in the race., v
NORMAL SCHOOL IS
REWARD OF EIGHT
County Superintendent of Schools
C. E. Piatt received eight certifi
cates, entitling the holders to a
free scholarship in the state nor
mal school, which were the reward
earned by eight graduates of the
eighth grade of Mercer county who
received the highest marks in the
competitive examination held last
April. Those who got the scholar
ships are Robert Workman of Mil
lersburg; Florence Hyett, Millers
burg; Lois Daymude, Aledo; Mar
garet Giimore; Millersburg; Helen
BridgfOTd, Millersburg; Hope Hal
laway, Alexis; Harlie Helmieh,
Eliza township, and Arthur TSeeney,
Illinois: Generally fair tonight
and probably Saturday; not much
change in temperature.
Missouri: Partly cloudy tonight
and Saturday; probably with local
thunder showers tonight in west
and central portions; warmer to
night in central portions.
Wisconsin: Fair tonight and
probably Saturday; slightly warm
Iiwa: Part'y cloudy and some
what unsettled tonight and Satur
day; slightly warmer tonight in
Genuine Pipe Organ
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW
I ETHEL CLAYTON
I "A LADY IN LOVE"
I SUPPORTED BY HARBISOX FORD AND A. ALL STAR CAST
. ' A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PICTURE
A ROMANCE OF YOUTH AND THE DANGEROUS WAY
I LARRY SEMON
. In His Latest Comedy
1 "SOLID CONCRETE"
Chuck Full of Laughs and New Stunts
Dont Miss This Double Bill -
COMING SUNDAY FOR I DAYS
Arthur aotiriri- rAUhMi
Ji vs ? i V W
AND MERCER COUNTY
Congressman .William J. Graham,
who is spending the summer at his
home in Aledo, went to Springfield
this mDrning on a short business
trip. , .
The following shipments of live
stock were made from Aledo yes
terday: Mercer Society of Equity ,
one load of bogs; Aledo Livestock
Shipping association, one load. of
County Superintendent Justin
Washburn and wife and daughter
Florence of Rock Island were en
tertained last evening at the home
of County Superintendent G. E.
Piatt in Aledo. k
Mrs. A. Judsbn Arrick and moth
er, Mrs. S. J. Snyder, have gone to
Winona Lake, - Ind., for ; a few
weeks' visit. Dr. Arrick, who is at
present in Dixon, 111., attending a
Christian Endeavor convention, ex
pects to Join them in Indiana and
later spend six weeks in Kentucky.
STORE HEAD TO BE
HOME ON AUGUST 1
Word has been received by rela
tives in Aledo from E. E. Emerick,
who has been in Berkeley, Calif.,
for the last year, that he will be
home on Aug. 1. Mr. Emerick is
the senior member of the drygoods
firm of Emerick, Owsley & Haas.
Members Of the family, who have
been in California with Mr. Emer
ick are his wife, two sons, John,
who attended" the University of Cal
ifornia, and Edward, a pupil in the
Oxford grade school, and : two
daughters, Doris,, a student in the
Berkeley high school, and Nancy,
a student at the Oxford school. On
the way home the family will stop
at Grand Junction, Colo., to visit
Mr. Emerick's brother, George E.,
and they will be joined by Mrs.
Nancy J. Emerick,-who will return
to Aledo with them. -
TWO SUITS FILED
IN CIRCUIT COURT
Two suits were filed yesterday in
circuit court in Mercer county.
Irene Violet Rasberg has brought
action against James Willet for
$1,000 : for alleged damages sus
tained in ejectment from a proper
ty In New Windsor. Michael Ma
der has introduced' a bill in chan
cery to quiet title. The defendants
are the unknown heirs of Abraham
BERGER IS JiOMIJfATED.
Milwaukee, July 16. Victor L.
Berger was selected by his party
to run at the election in November.
2 MORE DATS OXLY TO SEE
and arm. It.
MAY BUILD UP
Bay Island Farmers DImmi w!
; Ing Retaining WaB-r, -G"ter
Farmers living in the low. J
Island district are discussaut
u,iuuii; ui BUUing about w
feet to the height of the retain
wall along the Mississippi riwrh
an fTnrt tn nrovon, -
of the flood, which a fa- -Jr!"
ago inundated thousands ofo5
in ine arainatre aintrtrt ii,v.T-
no definite, action has been ta2
it is generally expected that
will V... ... T ..
nwsn nm ire iaii?u up S00H. TV,
question of financing the proptctk
under discussion in various forn
It has not been decided whett-v
federal aid will be askM 3
The levee extends about IS Ma-
jix iciiKtu , niuug uio river.
spring, when the Mississippi re5
ed its highest stages. ih van
opposite Muscatine on tha iui..i.
side of the river and water conn -Ipi
nil I. J I , .
two upper ones already have fcv;
provement oi tne levee well und
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ONE CAR OF ROAD ".
OIL IS RECEIVED
, The second carload of oil to bjlj
receivea m Aieao in tne IzS.Otf
road oiling program for Merc
county arrived yesterday afternoon
Apparatus was immediate!? Hul
ed to the car and the heating pn,'
cess was started. . t
Early this mornlne fonr tnwh1
were on duty for spreading the alls
ine roaa wnicn is receiving till
oil is known at Greer road 'asf
leads southwest from Aledo. TS
nilinc will rnnnn wllK , K -
r. ..... ............. uih iin
done on the road leading from Um 1
ton, making the first road out oy
Aledo to another town In tbe cow.
v 1 ' ............. ,i u, mw
ing committee stated this moraloi
that although no word has beean
cetveii as to future shipments, t
was hoped that the schedule of foe
cars -per week would bt carried
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