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will lain thin tar ramj wis; BdWrd Clark and Kayuart and Join the two representatives tat '(Special Rock late id Representative) otMilan. " MW,B L, rear eoanty at reornv. The foiowin ho-" " tout? will leave: ! Letter tapper. Port 8yro; JLiii. r- o:::20dLD; TOGHAGJUilY IS IT Male .spiders are ttaeh" amalk tnaa females. Dmr at CWt Kmm for M. , J , ; Oataacacrcl. v; petitions for divorce outnumber- :N -v . !. - 'tli conn noose ioaay, mere oeing"" uaya last week ."" i-S-A a . a 1 With MlAHwaa .1 aj a a ?nlM who sought to be separated kil onlr tlx ideslred to b united. ''"peMrtlon nd Infidelity were the J common grounds of comprint on tt part of tbOM BIln' divorce pe Ultlon with the Clerk of the ctr klt court William Voorrart of Rock Island, I'chirKlng infidelity, seeks to besep Ctrtted from his wife, Cynthia. The -couple was married In Kansas City 'Jane, They have one son. ;s Genevieve wraiers oi noca is t'lsnd. 1 ikTbe Dorcas society of the tt P on Moadr. The ladles cleared the neat sua of 1131. of Jtantejton. Ill, are the tuests j Art Jons.. t.- tr, Miss Martha, arrived home lharsday morninf from an extend ed visit . with relatiyes in ConneU Bluffs, Iowa. . ua . 1 LAcu McG'nnls of Galas- with relatives and rinia w. t JUss Nellie Volk spent a few days 2 wk w1,a Wends In Alpha. Mra, Vol Fisher and daughter. Pansy, left Friday for a visit with relatives at Astoria. Miss Ethel Robblns visited last week with relatives in Joy. i. Orva Fisher went to R.n. The t Monday morning. uarence Bplcer and daughter, Genevieve of Davenport, spent the week end with relatives here. Hiss Lorena Mlllikan accompanied them who entered a plea of non- home for a. few days' visit j rapport, wants a divorce from her huDana, nay winters, mey were nsrrled in May. 1916, and have a daughter aged . 3. Husband Abusive. S Elfrieda B. Kohler of Rock 1s I land charges her husband, Freder- 'ick A. Kohler, wun apustve treat .' ment. They were united in July, 1)19, and only lived together until Clifford Braamer danartnl Ritnr. day night for Wyoming. Thomas Jefferson wrote his own epitaph. Warm Prellxriaary tximrwHew m ' Charfw at BeMMnj Stele . Pieaerty. M. Miller, a Chicago man. was bound over to the grand Jury under bonds of 13.000 by Police Magis trate D. J. Cleland last evening. Miller is charged with receiving stolen property. He is alleged to have bought goods stolen from the railroads. Some of it has been re covered. Miller was returned from Chicago yesterday on a warrant is sued here on complaint of railroad detectives. Miller waived the right of pre liminary examination. . FTVE BOYS LEAVE FOB FAIR SCHOOL The five Rock Island county boys ' who will attend the Boys' State Fair school at Springfield next Ml 1 ' t 1919, and only uvea to Sept. 15 of that year. Azalia L. Connor of 1 Rock Island claims that her husband, William ('A. Connor, deserted her ana de ! ilres to be separated on these I grounds. They were married Au !;gust, 1916, but have not lived to-, gether since April, 1918. ' i, Charles A. Smith of Rock Island, ''har8inS Infidelity and desertion on i the part of his wife, Alice Smith, j'eks a divorce. They were mar Tled in September, 1918, but be ; mvs his wife left him In January, ! 1919. '' James C. Hill of Moline wants a j divorce from his wife, Ida M. r Hill, on the grounds of infidelity. I'They were arried in February, 1 1912. ! Claims Desertion. " Emma Reed of Moline has filed a "petition to be separated from Ru dolph Reed, whom she says has de serted her. They were married in November, 1916, but have not liv ed together, since April, 1918. They have a daughter aged 3. c Williams Hibbs of Moline de- i tires a divorce from his wife, Lot tie Hibbs, on grounds of desertion. They were married in February, 1891. Tbey have not lived togeta- ' er since March, 1918. ' Mary J. Hume of Moline asks a divorce from her husband, Jame H. Hume, charging him with de- , retting her. They were married in July, 1916, but have not lived to gether since June, 1918. SNAPPY. ST YLC CdDMinnKiDini At Sense Prices r VIOLA Mrs. Grastus Fuller of Battle Creek, Mich., who has been visiting ,Mr. and Mrs. Will Stancliff, de parted last week for Peoria- i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Frost of Burgess, spent Sunday with Geo. Greenwood and wife. v Misses Edna Braucht of Sunbeam, Dent several days last week with Mr. snd Mrs. E. L. Oreenwell. Mrs. Lemoa of Denver, Colo., tailed on friends here Sunday. Miss Velma Murray went to Al- tona last week to visit relatives. Mrs. Fred Llndberg and children returned home Monday after a vis It with Mrs. Lindberg's parents in Chicago. Mrs. John Graham was a Gales burg visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Frailer of Chicago motored tb.rough.last week sad visited relatives here. Mrs. Frazier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sexton, returned home with them for a brief visit Misses Mary and Frances Fred eric of Galesburg returned home Thursday after a two-weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Russell. They were accompanied home by Miss Dorothy Russell. ' Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Drake went to Batavia Thursday .for a short f visit with relatives. Mrs. Duncan Thompson, Mrs. Alta McFate and Mrs. J. W. Brown went to Peoria on Monday. Miss Marie McLaughlin spent Wednesday night with Aledo friends. I Misses Marjorie Smith, Laura 8tuart, Gertrude and Grace Ken nedy, Annie Gutta-ie and Dorothy McCoy motored tithe Watch Tow er on Thursday evening and enjoyed j a picnic. . - Mrs. Will Garrett returned to her nome at Greenbower after a week's visit with relatives here. ' Robert Robinson of Galesburg pent Thursday at the home of h'.s Ister-in-law, Mrs. Martha Morgan. George Smith and daughter, Mar jorie, and Miss Laura Stuart were Rock Island visitors Wednesday. A. E. Rosenfield of Rock Island pent several days last week at the Some of his uncle, A. Winstein, and family. Dr. A. B. Morris of Chicago ar rived on Thursday evening for a ?l;t at the homes of his mother sd other relatives here. Misses Ho and Mearle Pitman re turned home Tuesday from a two eeks' visit with relatives in Iowa. Mrs. A. Wlastein and daughter, Gertrude, and James Yerkey were Island visitors Tuesday. Mrs. J. Coffland and Mra. Harry Postalwsnt of Aledo spent' Friday t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ashenhurst. . ' Miss Hildegarde Powers and Dr. tto Brasmer departed for Evans ton on Wednesday after a visit wth Mrs. George Brasmer and tam Mrs. Esther Ailes and babe ac companied them to Evanstoa for a wtef visit. ... Mrs. Jennie Robinson of Aledo Pnt Tuesday with friends here. . Mrs. Clarence Jinks and chll en departed Tuesday for Kirk 111., to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Gardner re- jorned to their home in Abingdon Thursdsy after a brief visit .with tr daughter. Miss Edith. Mrs. W. M. Smith of Galesburg, "to has been the guest of Mr. and R. C. Thompson, returned to Mr home Tuesday. L. B. Jenktason was a New Windsor eallar Thnradav. . Myron McKlnnon art family. Dr. n I It Pays to Shop at 224 W. 2nd St. Make this test in your filing department HOLD a watch on jour file clerk the next time you ask for a letter. Make several tests then strike an , average. !. K the average time required to produce a leuer is more wan ten seconds, then your filing department needs immediate atten tion. By actual time-tests conducted in offices throughout the country the "Y and E" Direct Name Filing System has reduced filing or finding time to less than ten seconds. Our "Y and E" System Service man can show you in a few moments how to bring your filing department up to this ' standard. Send for him today. - Ask us for our illustrated booklet "Finding and Filing in Less than Ten Seconds." 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