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t Koek Un ami a vocal seto fey
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tat wmlWsvCt afew mi sto. (X-
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Tie sceeld 1 1
' iber decided strap is the
jg of homes is announced by
I (date dealers of Rock la land.
Mgh It to BMriaf the close
baildiaf Him, ta other
tbere has been considerable
t wider war In the fall. Today
t a Hid tbere to 85 par cent lesa
I 'n tbe course of construc
. - than tbere was a year ago,
- tfet High price of material and
'fit wtbllitr of banka and loan s-
art""'" to get enough money to
va ir given as tbe reaaona for
: tow season. Only one oat of
' t tlwuiand Is getting any conslder-
tfkm. from me iuan awuciauuns
' kaoMH of tbe shortage of money,
g. B. Kries, secretary of the Rock
Mtbud Building & Loan associa
' ma, Mid.
B. Reldy, president of the
gMk Island Real Estate board,
''attributes the entire situation to
tkt b!(h price of building mater-
' (torn 300 to 400 new homes built
HfflMiiv Mr. Reldy said, u com
t 'aand to this year, when there
' vert less than nfty erected. This
: is tke worst year Rock Island has
em experienced, to tbe general
consensus of men interested in
r Hilding and real estate.
Tbere is practically an increase
of $600 in the cost to build one
' room today over five years ago.
However, tbere is an optimistic
' oatlook for next spring, when it is
' expected conditions in general will
f ksve improved and that building
, oBtrstlons will be started on a
' Urge scale.
; BOOSTER CLUB TO
ES IN CHARGE OF
, MOLINE SERVICES
AZ3 TOSt CXTT3
07 OLD CLOTffiTJ
traatag that ney meet aJoag
Tbo Salvation Army t Rock la
land will ha pleased to receive cast
off clothing and shoes tor the pur
pose of helping the poor and needy
of oar city this winter. All who
nave clothing for thto purpose may
phono R. L 6551, and It will be
called for. Can also oae old maga
sinea and furniture and other dis
carded articles will be appreciated
oy tne salvation army.
Tbe police and city authorities
have aakod the . Salvation Army
workers to discontinue holding
open meetings at the corner of
Eighteenth street and Second ave
nne, because the crowd congests
the traffic and someone might get
hart Meetings will be held at
Nineteenth street and Second ave
By ahootinc with a keen eve. a
strong hold and nnemng skill. Mer
it Dixon, son of Mrs. Baphratoia
Lawrence. Thirty-ninth street and
Nineteenth avenue, Rock bland, has
qualified as a sharpshooter with the
U. S. marines, according to an of-
nciai report from Marine corps
headquarters at Washington, D. C.
Shooting is always attractive and
shooting the Marine crps way to
The Marine corps way is nothing
more or less than hitting the target.
Every effort is made to qualify
men on the rifle range, which not
only gives them increased pay but
makes them more valuable to them
selves and to the service.
The showing made by the Marines
in all prize and championship
shoots speaks well of the coaching
CAPITOL TO IIAEE -
TRIP 03 SUHDAY,
TTTCTT OOE3 coum
( POLITICAL APTEBTIS1SG)
The Booster club, which Is com
posed of young people from tbe
Sunday schools of Rock Island snd
Holtae. will conduct tbe evening
service at the I'nion Congregation
al church, Fifth avenue, near Forty-third
street. Moline, at 7:30 to
A musical and short talk program
has. been arranged. Among those
who will speak are n- Moody,
Boy Johnson Richard Rarr.BL. . olt
reUrton, Letha O'Rourke and Reu
Iwb Peterson. The musical pro-
To -the Democratic Men
and Women of the
j Thirty-third - Sena
v' . . torial District. - ;
i As. a Democratic candidate for
Keo re tentative I am asking the sup-
Crt of the voters of this district,
tta men and women, at tbe pri-
muy to be held Sept 151920. Hav-
lag served as your Representative
a the past I desire that you will
examine my record and if the same
is found satisfactory that ynu will
go to the polls on primary day,
- Best 15, and give me your support
" I will appreciate such support
sod If nominated and elected I Will
endeavor to serve you faithfully in
! the future as I have tried to do in
, very truly yours, '
I EVERETT L. WERTS
-i . Oquawka, Illinois .
To the Democratic Voters
of the Fourteenth Con
. gressional District,
I take this opportunity to solicit
jour earnest support for my candi
dacy for the Democratic nomina
tion for Congressman and pledge
you in event of my nomination and
election, that I will give yon, 'the
(eople, honest, and efficient service
white in office.
I was born in Rock Island county
and have resided here nearly all of
niy life. I have been employed in
He different factories of Moline,!
Last Muii;c and Silvia, with the
exception of a few years in business
and 1 believe that I have secured
the respect and confidence, of my
fellow workers, pfrd the people as a
whole. . ' .
I was elected a Justice of the
Peace two years ago and my rec
ord in that capacity spealu lor it
selt .... .
If I did not feel that,I had the
ability and experience to 311 this
otflce with credit to myself and tbe
public, 1 would not aspi; to it
hut I personally, know the require
ments of th oflice and my ability
t fill tbem. ,
1 ask this opportunity to serve
you and to show by my official con
duct my appreciation of your confi
dence snd xi-ipcrt
DALLAS. C HAWKES
MT SAME MI'ST BE WRITTE.'S
After the farewell trip of the sea
son Sunday night the big excur
sion steamer Capitol will com
mence its Journey to New Orleans,
where it will operate day and night
Curing the entire winter. Stops
will be made at an of the princi
pal cities en route and one excur
sion will be taken from each town,
thereby affording the residents an
opportunity of seeing the Capitol.
The Capitol was in northern wa
ters and returned to the tri-cities
this morning for a two days' stay.
Moonlight excursion dances will be
eiven tonight and Sunday night
and there will also be a morning
and afternoon trip tomorrow. Pas
sengers on the morning trip will be
permitted tf remain for the after-
neon trip without extra charge.
v Paris, lent : 1L (United Press.)
Tke rtaach authorities this aft
eraoca practically decided to aban
don the investigation in the death
of Olive Thomas, American movie
According to authoritative infor
mation the police were inclined to
accept the explanation that aer
death from murcarlal poisoning
Tatterdar was dne to aa accident
THDK OF IT
For 76c you can take your best girl,
also your neighbors on the moon
light excursion on the Steamer Q.
W. HilL Fridav. Sent. IT. a th.
Xare to only 25c
fflLLUll C. IIMKER
fci the mum
To the Democratic Voters
of Rock Island, Mercer
A few reasons why you
should vote for John P.
Schwartz, of North Hen
derson, 111., for Represen
tative in the General As
sembly, Thirty-third sena
torial district :
1. He was a locomotive fireman
for six years and understands the
problems of the laboring man.
2. He has been a practical farmer
for 25 years and is thoroughly con
versant with tbe needs of the far-
i. ft A I.I J) It A R I DfXIIit:n T mer, ana is actively eogagea m var-
mttiv U ikrv xnn i itt Tll I ious organizations for the promo-
. Hion of agricultural interests.
1 ILB. '
' I "iOC Kl SLAN DTRRf WIN G CO. )
TBLRPHflKB BL I.
Asn itanEB a cars now.
t'' tM tlm
zki ' ill I
I wish to announce myself a can
didate for minority representative
from the 33rd senatorial district to
the next general assembly. I de
sire to call attention of the Demo
cratic voters to the fact that at
the;, resent time Rock Island coun
ty (with more than twice the pop
ulation, and more than ten times
the factory and commercial inter
ests of the other two counties in
this district) is without represen
tation at Springfield, and the only
way to secure representation is to
vote for a Rock Island county can
didate at the primary election, to
ho hold WorinoKitav Sent 1S Hav.
a. ne is a man wnose aoimy ana raf.H this district two
integrity of character's ungues- j term8 t Springfield t beUeTe that
inated and elected, devote his best
efforts to serving the people of this
district . i
4. He is not connected with any
group or faction, does not claim to
I have the ability to properly rep
resent you and- protect the inter
ests of the people. .
Albert C. Gobeo
Primaries September IS
TO THE REPUBLI
CAN VOTERS OF
I take this opportunity to so
licit your support for my candi
dacy for the Republican nomina
tion for Sheriff, and pledge you,
in the event of my nomination
and election, an honest efficient
and impartial administration of
the office of Sheriff at a min
imum cost to the taxpayers.
I was born and raised in Rock
Island county, and have resided
here all my life. I was em
ployed, for many years, in the
railroad and street car service in
this community, and served as
deputy under Jacob S. Wigers.
It is largely through the solicita
tion of the friends of Jacob S.
Wigers that I became a candi
date for this office.
I hereby respectfully solicit
and thank yon In advance for
your support and vote at the pri
maries . WEDNESDAY, SEP
ALBERT C. GOBEN. "
Tlie Housewifss Burden
When a woman is almost distracted from overwork, her home
is in disorder, crying children, and on top of all is suffering from
backache, bearing down pains, or some other form of feminine ills,
then she should remember that hundreds of women in just her con
dition have been restored to health and regained their youthful
strength by taking Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and
not rest until she has given it a fair trial.
Proof that it Restored the Health of TheseTwo Women
If I am again
elected I pledge
myself to assist
be a politician but is a business ! with my utmost efforts to secure
man. (air. steward is now serv
ing as chairman of the board of
supervisors of . Mercer county,
which indicates the esteem in
which he is held by the members
of that body).
5. He has consistently upheld the
principles of tbe Democratic party,
and supported their candidates.
6. He has the unqualified en
dorsement, of the- Mercer .County
Democratic Central committee.
Remember the date,
Wednesday, Sept 15,
JOHN G. MILLER
; Candidate for the
Republican Nomination '
"'' FOR SHERIFF
For the Unexpired Term
of Two Years
-Sept. 15, 1920
r or itepresentative in
the General Assembly
Vote for One
IB! JOHN P. SCHWARTZ
beneficial legislation. Primary day
will settle the question whether or
not Rock Island county shall have
representation at the next session
of the legislature. I therefore earn
estly solicit your vote and influence
on my behalf as lm the only Dem
ocratic candidate for representative
from Rock island. County whose
name will appear on the Democrat
ic primary ballot.
x WILLIAM C. MAUCKER
You 'should place a cross in the
square to the left of my name
where it appears on the billot,
thereby giving me three votes.
William C. Maucker.
Cairo. I1L " Some time ago I got so
bad with female trouble that I thought
I would have to be operated on. I had
bad displacement Mj right side
would pain me and I was so nervous I
could not hold a glass of water. Many
times I would have to stop my work
and sit down or I would tall on the
floor in a faint I consulted several
doctors and every one told me the same
bat I kept fighting to keep from having
the operation. I had read so many
times of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and it helped my sister so
I bqgan taking it I have never felt
better than I have since then and
I keep house and am able to do all my
work. The Vegetable Compound is
certamly one grand medicine." Mrs. J.
R. Matthews, 3311 Sycamore Street,
Chattmooga, Term. "I used Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
before my baby came when I could no
longer keep up. It strengthened my
back and relieved me of the ill effect
which so often develops at such times.
That wits my first experience with the
Vegetable Compound. Years after
wards I took it during the Change of
' Life and got along so well I scarcely
ever had to lie down during the day
and seldom had dizzy, fainting spells.
I am now well and strong, can do all
my housework with perfect ease and it
is a comfort to me to be able to say to
other suffering women 4 take Lydia E.
Hnkham's medicine and be strong.'
I will lie glad to have you use my nama
if it will be the means of helping any
one," Mrs. K A. Faibbubm, 604
Orchard Knob AveCbttanoogaenn.
Ailing, Overworked Housewives Should Rely Upon
9 IVniA P DINVHAU MCrPlfl WC" fC IVMM UCC a). ITS
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JAMES A. WELLS
For the Legislature
FRANK E. ABBEY
Republican Candidate for Rcnomination to
House of RepresentatiYe
Has served five terms
and has proven him
self true to the trust
reposed in him. .
Has been strongly en
dorsed by Legislative
Voters' league, which
I says the following in
"Mr. Abbey a grain
dealer and merchant,
has been a valuable
his five terms of ser-
For Harrj' M. McCaskrin.
Get a Rock Island county
man for your Representa
tive in the General Assem-
My. -. . . , : - -
I hereby announce mr candidacy
for renominatlon to the general
assembly subject to the will of the
Republican voters at the primaries,
Wednesday. Sept 15, 1929.
Your vote and support will be
JAMES A. WELLS.
CIIIClIESTtn S FILLS
Rock Island County's Only Candidate for State
Office on the Republican Ticket
Rock Island county has never
been honored with a nominee
for state office by the Repub
lican party. Considering its
large population and the big
Republican majorities given
the party in the past, is it not
about time that Rock Island
county should be thus recog
nized) Mr. Johnson was given the
unanimous endorsement of
the Rock Island County Re
publican Central committee.
He respectfully requests and
should receive the support of
all the Republican voters of
'. Julius' Johnson is by training "
and experience well fitted for ;
the office of State Auditor.
He will conduct it with hon
esty and efficiency. Help get
out a big vote for him in his
home county next Wednes
day, Sept. 1 5, et the Primary
"If I am nominated and elected State Auditor I promise to conduct and administer the
affairs of that office with such efficiency and honestythat niy administration will re
flect credit to my friends as well as to myself."
1 JULIUS JOHNSON
WOMEN! DON'T FORGET THAT YOU MAY NOW VOTE ALSO. NO SPECIAL
REGISTRATION NECESSARY FOR PRIMARIES.
FRANK K. ABBEY
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