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-,i - "4 J.J. . ::.3.uxqu , y, f 'W- .r-. sswsssssssmsssssssaa. fi Mnn;W tw(ar Mi aate 1 tMll MM Mr i Jast aa well, will too ar- mtnuiinini' Oa rasotuopaer Mm Banr It ' asaamlaafaajsrs aaewted the er diaaace arswtOag far ttmitailons a mi aaaaatt usnud streets. Tba ardlasars tu int btwaabt ap two weeks ace tor coaaMaratiaa aad tba .commsnrtriBsrs decided btoadar that it ssmuld ba adoeted. It ererldss Out aa load ater ItM nosmds, inej4iag tba wuiikt of tbe vehicle caurj4a- taa I v - uuowsn . i ahaO ka A aravtctoa of forth that all tack driven oarer ttmly. at, la ease dattrerr mat aa mad, to a -ftotat on aa asphalt street; tba load must bo baalsd on brick paTsmsat aa close aa possible to tba puee-of destination befora - tko driver tim ob to tko aapbalt Violation of'; tha ; ordnance win brine arrest and oa court ctlon a fine of not lata than IS nor mora than $15. Roaaoa for the adoption of tha aw ordinance waa aat forth aa, tha failure of drivers to head numerous requests to kaaa hear? . loads off tbo aiphalt atraats and tbf;maa? violations of warnings la- aaf.bjr pCatV. Ob rafwtSsa at ta JL Ir1av Oa Fwaf am wan amajaai Mom Acting Mstlatiata Jsasab P. KaHy W. a Teiaei. C Carfaatar and lVWrb wamJtes.sMdi aa bsspsa aamla." lag aat to Tat It Waiaalaas!tCI QT3 jl af laiiin I ... n .tr-lTAT I taa kJHa? at a lSttwaUi I ; IHI) IZZ3 I aa CaWhV.ACi attaat TMaOa 1 BMbi at tha aaaT) Baa' aC'bsabasii . V , . ' UHte -ansKfc. t oaaM ad AM - Mrs. J ana aunBaaaiaagar. taaLtfeaalMd esat far ttwart Ja U Klaa- f". . : t . Attar taa efcata had basa Had lMk flu m taMM asaala Attar taa taa ottr dark latshrad aatmoa for at v Mh Mfc flu am lamiil s total aoflaetlaa for tba dty of flM. - ' V; -.. -'.- -Tbs Bagla Taaf law la said la ham goao an throagk last yaar wMaaat fsvaaaat' at- esty Uoanas lass. Mrs., Zaahrlagar parebaasd tha fins this aaauaar. etnlng with bar basbsnd frosm ataseatiao. No Msaassa wars abtalasd aad dna to aa aflbrt af dtr officials to bara Oa taztaab Ilesnss sttaados atralgbtaaad oat, arotasts of two wars aaara two Tba'awaars arotaatad faring n aad wars atakaCOYaVK& aaa VKaa(0s'i.jAaw eltv paid aa an ears aparataa far nra. Taa taxi bob ' war also told to draw oat a aoniag plan of tba 07 far afaay af tha wwiMlaaVav ata araparatory to axng ratas fair spsnt Tbarsday in r trlaad, btra. Har- bOBM af ' MILAN Mr. aad Mm Itaak Mattnaeh and Mrs. at Powdral aad son Wilfred of DaTsaport spent Tbnrsdar srenlng at tba Thomas Wright hom. . Bay Criswatt waa at boma orar Saaday from Iowa anlrerslty at Xawa Oty. . . BaliA WMte af bUmManallfl aacnt Kha wash sad at tba home of bia aasto. U 1. Goldsmith. : Miss Emms Kmmons, taaeber. In! tha Orphans' boms at Daranport waa a baaiasaa eallar la Milan Frl- rday. John Bin aad tamuy MR TbaraH day soon for a motor trip to lade pandanoa. Iowa, where they will rtsft relafiree for a few days. Mrs. Norris Frttebmaa of Balsa. la Thdttng relaUrer in Bode1 talaai. MUaa with b mad Herbert Mlaa Edith Darla spent Wed day la JJwanport at tba Mrs. Sanaa walbar.,; Jofaa Campbell aad " soa , Jobs ware eallers- in r EMridge, . Iowa, natartay. v,:- Mrs. W. U Eddy and Mrs. Qmrles Bardia aad Miss Kathryn Csrnsgbaa retarned from Spring field Friday erentag. baring spent tha past, weak there, as delegates to tba grand lodge of tba Easter Star from tba Milan , chapter. ' ; v On Tbarsday Mrs. Robert Kala wflt ba boatsss to tha ladies of tha Marry-OeBoaad dab of : Davea port at her boms on Third street. A large anmber ; of old Milan friends attended the faneral tor Charles Nice, which waa held Fri day afternoon at the Knox bapsi In Bock Island. . Pallbearers -wars William Kale, Robert Baker. Henry Fran Inc. Wilson Mattaews, James Walters aad Fred Boaltoa, all old friends of tha deceased. Jfiss Mary Lspfter of Rock Island called oa MUaa friends Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leiagaag aad aaa William and Mr. and Mrs. . Ererett Churchill aad daughter Ora Tlsitad In Viola Sunday and attended serrices' at the Methodist ebarebr where Bar. F. L Stereos, i formerly af MUaa, Is bow tba pas tor. . .. ' ( - Mrs. Jiiata Fttatimmoaa Is qulta 111 at her boma os Wast Dickson street with the quinsy. ' l- Clarence Quigg and family will leave this week for a t-weeks' ra caUoa with home folks la Ohio. " . " lX MM --..' . - - . I 1 I " I I TheBe$tCmighSyrup l ? is Home-made. I jL Sni aa eay war te ewe St. eM I f. . reaetartoM. t Ton'ra nrobsMr heard of this well- known plsa of msking eongh syrup si pojni. nt ssre yon ever used iftt'Tsoossiids ef families, the world ever, ;cei tnst taey eeuia ssrdiy seep house without it. It's simple sod ip, but the way it takes hold of a eoojcb win soon esra it a permanent place in your home. . into s pint mum, pour zvi ounces of Pinex: then add Dlaio BranuUtcd eucsr syrup te fill up the pint. Or, II desires, use clarified moissses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugsr syrup. Either way, it tastes rood, safer spoile, end xivet you s follpint of better cough remedy than you could buy ready-made for three times its asst. I It 1 raTl V wfmarfnl Vaw jmiVlw wiS,6me.insde remedy eonquert s eougB usually m 4 sours or lets. - ; It scene to penetrate through every i sir passage, loosens a dry, hoarse or ' tight cough, lifts the phlegm, hesls X the membranes, snd girea almost im-A-mediat relief. Splendid for throat titkle, hoaraeness, croup, bronchitis snd bronchial asthma. Pinei it s highly concentrated com f ound of genuine Norway pine ex ract, snd has been used for genera tions for throat snd chest ailments. To sroid disappointment, ask your druggist for "V4 ounces of Pises" .. with directions, snd don't accept sny- thing else. Qusrsnteed to giee sbeo : hits satisfaction of money refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, lad. a package mm the war a package - Ouring thenar THE first thing you J- wantin foods and the all important thing is purity. Foods should be nourish ing. Thafs what they are for to build up strong, sturdy bodies. CaluTHet Baking Powder is pure in the can. It is made mrbelsrrcdwiest,inostnodni Baking Powder Factories oa earth only of such ingredients aa bare been officially endorsed by United. States Food Anthonuen and a package It's pure in the baking. Cal umet nerer fails to produce the sweetest snd most palatable of nourishing foods. It has more than the ordi nary leavening strength. You use less of it. That's one reason it is the most economical of all ieaveners. Another reason is it is sold at a moderate price you save when you buy it Pound can of Calurnet contains full. 16 ox. Some baking powders come in 12 ox. instead of 16oz. cans. Be sure you get a"pound when you want it 5N 1 X X I SbmPaliili YOU Should Um TTS different from I others becaaae more care ' is tasen in the making and the materials used are oP higher grade. Black Silk Stove Polish Makes a brflUant, silky polish that doe sot nib o or dost off, aa j the shiaelasta tear tusse as lone as ordlnarr atom polish. Used oa samsle stove and soM by bardwine and grocrry declare. ADmiBtisaUial. Vmilon jm nok m. MO, KOT H to sntknllMd M nfllfld BMtf. In om BmA Silk 8r. Ptjafc. si p ii w Black SOk Store Polish Works nii Um. Wim ! ' Vm SSmSi SUk Vr-Orrtm Irmm nniinT i E SMh awtai fwsrii f M &,mr, fak4 Ravor Lasts Sa Does the Price! - - Br I i i ii WI S - Cakemot Waffle 2M cups sifted pastry flour, 3 level teaspoons Calumet Baking Powder, Vi tea spoon salt XVi cups milk, i tablespoon sug ar, 2 tablespoons of melted but ter, 2 eggs beat-' en separately. Then mix in tba regular way. Sooner or Later They Have All 1 Got to Go Good people of Moline, the . hanawift. ing's on the WALL! . There isn't going to continue to be ROOM in the modern scheme of things, tor old-fashioned WASH TUBS for wringc, and boilers; for the constantly recurrinp clutter, and suds, and BACKACHES! . More and more families are rulinr AGAINST HOME WASH DAYS! More and more housewives are TELE. PHONING REQUESTS that it BE DONE "THE fl&UNDRY WAY." f . . I jArws law FHONES MOLINE HI aad US. 26th St and 5th Awe., Moline. Notice te Oat-ef-Tem Tost oners Scud us year laaaory ra eel Fast. It wiO receive the best ef atteatlsa sad will Is n turned prsmatly- chart fi prepaid. I Nature's Mirror When a woman is well and healthy there's a sparkle in her eyes, a rose tint in her cheeks, and she has rich red blood. There's elasticity in every movement and a spring in her step. Love comes to every woman , who has bounding health, . but when she is pallid, dull eyed, languid, she has no magnetism nor does she appeal to any man. Such a change in feel " ings and looks! After suffering pain, feeling nervous, dizzy, weak and dragged down by weaknesses of her sex with eyes sunken, black circles and pale cheeks such a woman isquickly re stored to health bv the Favorite Prescription of Dr. Pierce. Changjd, too, in looks, forv after taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription the skin becomes clear, he eyes brighter, the cheeks plump. ; Druggists sell it in tablets or liquid! It is a medicine that's made especially to build up women's strength and for tvomen's peculiar aUments-an invigorating, restorative tonic, soothing cordial and bracing nervine; purely vege table, non-alcoholic, and perfectly harmless. . : Fpft d Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo, N.Yi 10c for trial package. It Will Do Wonders for Your Hair and Scalp Stops Dindrnff, ItchisJ, Oily Condition FaUOCV SOLUTION baa aa ssaar wnmre saccsasfsj . eaasa to its credit that wa Know youTl ba one mora ts tba Hat' of aatbaatasta after yasrsa uaed It. , Olfaa qulBk ratlat tor Daadnf. RebJng Scalp. Ormrpennlrsr Uoa. OOy Boalp. Bkte BrupUoas aad flrsima, Kxclastra BENGSTOlSr'S Mfc. by FTAC CHXbCCAL 00. - Back Ialaad. m. I II ' , kVsf II r w o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O O O O O o o o o coy woa Economical Kind of Coffee1 A pound of G. Washington's Coffee will make as many cups as 10 lbs. of coffee roasted in the berry. No coffee pot needed; ready instantly when you pour on' the water Absolutely pure, delicious coffee at any time, with strength to suit the taste. Send !0c for Trial Size. OTHGINAIED BYMB.WASH1NGT0N IN 1909 How We Care For Your Meat Cars When you see a Swift Refrig erator Car going by in a train, it seems a simple thing that it should be carrying fresh meat up and down the country. Like most of the packer activities which contribute to your welfare, you are so used to having this going on uninterruptedly, day in, day out, throughout the year, that you are likely to take itas a matter of course. But it is not a matter of course. Every car you see going by means long hours of minute, scientific, painstaking care in prep aration for what it is doing. Every time a car comes in it ts washed out thoroughly with scalding water. If any taint, any foreign matter, were present, this would get rid of it. Even the meat hooks are taken down from the racks and scalded with water and live steam. When the car is thoroughly cleansed we put in 5,000 pounds of ice. But that is only preliminary. It only cools the car to the proper temperature. By the time the car is moved over to receive its load, this first ice is melted. More is then put in to keep the car cool. Then the meat is hung on the sterilized x hooks and the load of food is ready for its journey. It arrives as it leaves, clean, fresh, wholesome, appetizing; and your meat supply goes on unaffected by seasons or weather. ( This is only a part of the service which Swift & Company furnishes, at a profit to itself so small averaging a fraction of a cent per pound on all products over a period of years that if the profit were handed on to" the consumer, it would make a difference of less than a nickel a week in the meat bill of tee average American family. Swift Company, U. S. A. 1 Sack Island Local Branch. 2325 3rd Avenue . , W. D. James, Manager an wh iaaimflike3rai Avenue. New Tock Gty ! . 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