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to-c hwOiii) . a Int X BtwMlfi" -ere- voting ..stoosttoasssn. I - lead settees taaiet that - -peblicaa campaign bu sre hht caJtrratea1 te" Gernaa rtaa Ust year. -Tae tact la, Jmt to save been toutt It nllr iseeatrsl that .Wilton t keep America from nahtlnt JUKI,, - '5 i. V" Jrt, tae IrUh vote' teal goinc kxre the Democratic party in 1 large proportion aa U ba red at the oatact of tola east--s. bat the Irtah, bare been the raeof tba party and the Den- never can afford defections dadiaaa, aa the atreagtb of tbe t barttea li normsllr about equal otrth, the desire (or a change aiminlatratlon In Washington It f effective influence where the 'fie of Nation! aa an lass baa t ttepetratsd the electorate. . - OwrW to 6a DenmnUe. SI the aurfaee. Indiana enght to Democratic this year. The balk ,'tae, press la staunchly gghtlng IndiaoaDolla Newt, aa innnen- any newspaper in tae eiate Bcoubllcan newtpaper tte- i atrong advocate tne nlnatlon of Leonard Wood, a i -norter of Hnxbea la UU, la 1 jUos Harding on the leagne la- I k .and laying. very little about ' i rest of hla campaign. It to ; psni that the majority, of stock -the Newt la owned by tons of 1 I late Charles. W. Fairbanks, ft- Miean rice president And the i jrbaaka boys, are campaigning Harding. But udder the law i ? the atate and clause of ' the J 3I,i the sunriririg partner even 'van minority stockholders con ifthe property. So Delevan lth, editor and minority atock-. Jder, who haa been for the league, jnj the atari, It continuing to I t e a light for tbe covenant, ad eating aa It alwaya bu, proper erratlona. ;-5ijLf-.. Press aad League. . ( r Now the Shafff" newspaper the : I' Vanapolli Bta ' inple 8Ur and ! Vjcre Haute f 'ave almHarly I "en for tbe K. although Re ' -111 can on tho oiiitr quest iont. '' i these newspaper Took at the ; I SgUe issue c hardly an epbem- i kl' thfnv .nil ww b Itia aa iely to be using their Influence I er election to persuade Harding lego into tbe league with reserva- ' t me aa firmly aa they have urged ;to favor auch a proposal in $ past 1JKhte Issue have helped tbe xnocrata, too. The atate Repub p' administration la not Sxces- I ,ly popular. Senator Jim Wat- opnoaed by union labor and managed to pile up 'plenty of n enmities. II everybody vot- 4a al he or she talks, Watson would me hi seat to Thomas Tageart, u Democratic nominee: That would easily be the case If this war an off year,, and Jt. would barely be . tru If tha Democratic siominee were aomewbat more ln- apvuig than Taggart, though the Ifter it fairly popular and haa a od --organlaatlon - behind - him. steeB may creep Into office by a ire majority, but it will take a )rdlbg landslide to carry him It f 1-at least 15,000 vote weaker an the top of the ticket: It tbe evidential ticket wlna by 60,000 r tfeOOO. Jim WaUon will mini l ilace In the United Bute sen- a. " -Abdiana hasn't been In tbe bft.M acratchlne tickets with a 1 j&Ot, divergence between the two I! n yj? . Cveorer, tie . f 1 east art) ax -er - a wtfttt tttaat, -t tie ee-eU argument that Dasnoeiato and nubllcana bay to onen ejmpmyeo. namely, that Chare la danger of losing one'a vote for preaUant If a ticket it acratchad. eoataa, tbta annltea to the Ignorant voter and ia treqaenUr aa effectrra ar ga- ment. ? ' W Cat fi'Ttbir Tata. . Tha Dewierato. by tha waywOrfw at a bte Kbor vote, hcaooo a iait haa helDad to - bring many railroad worker Into line. It m, of eonrae. a aseteaa eotaaarlaon. bat many people la the Democratic camp insist that McAdoo ;woald baea been a atronaar candidate In inaiaaa. than Cox. Thla would teem to aaaare with the wavering which Taggart himself exhibited in throw ing the Indiana aetegauon at omu rraacUco ftret to Cos. then to Mc- daa and finally to COX. Indiana waa by no meana ahope- Htaa proposition for tbe Democrata it taa ofmlna- of the campaign The press waa Toiantaruy or in voluntarily aeipiui io us www eratte cause, bat the desire toelact Taggart senator baa suea ue ntnea nr nt narcr woraaTa ana m Cox campaign itself haa. with the exception of the leagne taane, done little to win votea on domestic la- sue.' Indiana wui go Bepvoucan on the presidential Ucket. rjTEirans, vwmm ABAirpOW FLAK OF VTT.T.TrTfiTg SPECIAL TJNLES3 2JOB 60 ;;1 1 a ' f m t TOmtnt of Tali dry Heara ef Ms Sin'a Plight aattraatjai Bay Montroy, wounded, hero of the American and Canadian arm- lee'waa united to Ha brother. WU Ilaaa T. Montroy. 1101 Second ave nue, after being lost; Jot eeren yearn. "T V t .x:- ;. William, who Is a atndent at the Palmer school' la Davenport, had learned through the newtpaper that at brother waa la town. He atattad oa a. aaarch. ? Thazaaay might, he found iRoy at the CbU- eeam tn uavanpon. r iey reeog nlaed each other InatanUy, roahed Into each otter'e anna and wept.. WllUam bellevea that he can re store hla brother apeech and hearing and will give hhn adjust ments to thi end. Jloy haa not been able to hear or apeak since be waa . wounded In 87 different placet and buffered shell shock during the World war. - Soparated Seven Tears Age. Deaf mntea et Davenport have opened their homes to the wound ed hero and will endeavor to se cure employment for him. They are also planning to interest the public In hla behalf, Bay and William were separated seven years ago. A few months later the former enlisted in the lMth Canadian field artillery and went oversea. During , the many times he waa wounded and nncon acioua In hospital and unable to write,' the family loat trace of their heroic relative, Tney aaa asppw 4 htm killed la battle, v Ba wears the D. 8. C. and the French crolx de guerre. He was a student at the LaCroase, WU, aor mal school in 1814. accomlng ts a newapaper atory from - that elty publlsbed recently. & Montroy waa aa aalbltions youngster and at that time- was waaning auasaax nigu is order to ay hla way ,through tha normal school. He haa not since that time been able to reeume nla atttdle. , . , - , - Like Budweiser? Phone R. L 138. B. I. Clean Towel Service. Phone R. 1,2439. Trl-City Towel Supply company. Davenport 034. : t ! tiniest more Illinl aign cp to take a special car to Champaign for the University of Illinois homecom- ln to be celebrated Oct Z. 3U ana 31. the coach will not be made up. accotdlna to an announcement made today by J. H. Samuels, pres ident of the Trl-City mini club., Jt bad been arranged to take t necfal car for three days at the rate "of about 118.50 Including bertha to the homecoming, but, un less at least eight more sign up to go. the Plana win oe aoanuoneu. Anyone wishing to make tne; trip on the taecial car may get infor mation from Mr. Samuel of the Borg as Beck company, Mollne. ANDALUSIA Miss Josephine Strohmler of Rock Island spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Stroll mlei. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Richardson of Rock Island spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Rich ardson's parenta, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlton. Miss Barbara File and nephew, Raymond Frle, have been in Rock Island the past two days, where Raymond haa been having dental work done. i , Mra. Edward Kane and children have gone to spend the winter in Chicago, where Mr. Kane' has a po sitiod in the steel mills. . Mrs. Charles Huntley spent Sun day afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Buffum in Rock Is land. Rer. G. B. Wilbur, pastor of, the Baptist church, ' la . apendlng the week at Kewanee, ' attending the state convention of representatives of ' the thirteen hundred Baptist churches In Illinois. . Charles Burgoyne and Jack En field ate building. Jobn Kane went to Rock Island Sunday to apand a. tlw days. ffi 0. P. DISBURSEMENTS. Waahington, D. C, Oct M. Total disbursement of the Republican na tional' committee between Jnne 19 and Oct IS were $2,741,603.34, ac cording to Fred W. Upham, treas urer of tha committee.. -: ; ' fjl the newt ail tbe time Tb eraae, ahingling , the potoffice fc!L Nature iHespo Nature is on. your side ' ?verr time gyoue&c I CCfta.. 9 aana. 1 "'MV I V -far this sturdjr fcknd ofurhssiztd malted hsthy supplies body azd brain with, just the elements or nutrition that Nature demands for health and vigor. GrapeNuts is a Sugar Saver ( v "fheres a Reason ih KalgW Pofftum CerwaJ Calnc-Battia GwtkMick 'V (: All ! ij (11 v& (!: fl); 1 m i v. . SUXOSDSS KODAK FcnsmRo rSeedaire. ISCkaatalVat la tha kiiddleWeL Uedatmta Mm a. Potk Service. SSWD tCXCOHHXn PMCB LIST "SJ II IB B I g m ar . i ' w w w Bir n ti . F TTILITYh the dominating characteristic J " J t"c ncw Nineteen Twenty One rSuick Valve-in-Head Series. : fiuick engineers have always made service and Eower their leading pnnciplcs ancrrhose who uy motor cars, on this business basis will find in the new Buick series high-powered trans- , ports just as strong, durable.and dependable as the highest engineering skill can make them. While service and power are emphasized, the , new Buick models are cars of striking beauty. "highly attractive in lines and in appointments. In resilient spring suspension, making riding smooth and easy, and in the generous room provided or the full number of passengers, they offer ajiigh degree of comfort . , . The roomy, commodious new Buick seven Eassenger open car is a happy selectionv com ining comfort and utility with extra passenger capacity to meet every neea Rock lsland-Moline Buick Company 1919 4th Ave., Rock Island 1615 6th Ave.. Molin Phone Mclinc S52 Rock leland Phone R. 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Junior ladies', hualneas men'a and Junior men'a gymnastic elaaaea to participate in the exhibition and all-around good time to be had. The pasaive members of the dif ferent Tomer aocletieaaie'i, ed to he present to udg m part In the work The geese! lie la moat cordially invitM; tend and observe th M. by the Turnerysociaties. ; Prevent Grip and lalatjbmj ukuvb. Bue.ii. tablets (LtuL Btomo Quinine Uble i) renwS csaae. Be tare you get the ,? Ask for GROVE'S U B OmS Look for E. W. "GROVE'S ilii? nn bo. vS0c s BE iiiiiliiiiipiiiiiliiliiiliiiiw s Jfcere is one thing, that never gobs out of style, and that is health.' Plain dresses on a healthy, goooVlooWng woman show off to far better advantage than fine raiment on aacUywornan. Heth ne'tcortawrjrjmuch. If she is weak, sickly, out of sorts, ran down and imtable; if she has pain on top of the head, dragring-down sensations and diwmess, let her get a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Beinedylt the drug store and WWW V5 . V , In short order she will find herself growing stronger and healthier."- She can see in tne loolong glass that her' complexion is improving, and that from day to day she is better looking. She will note with great joy that she is keeping in style by keeping welL -' - Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has beenbld in the drug stores for 50 years. In half a century no one hS3 eyer made a better medicine for women. A remedy that hat made sick women well for bo long a time must surely have the confidence of even woman who reads this article in the paper. Try the tablets now. s y- Nasbvtuje, Tenn. TDcwtorx Piefee'g Faworite PrascriDtion ia the beat madMim I K taken. I suffered for a longr time with woman's trouble. I would become so nervous that I wook oave to give up and lie down. I suffered with bavekache and pains in my aide. 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TIL Somo time ago I got so bad' with female trouble that I thought I would have to be operated on. I had a bad displacement Jkly right aide would pain me and I waa 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 but I kept fighting to keep from having I the operation. I had read so many times of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it helped my sister so I began 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 certainly one grand medicine Mrs. J. f R Mattuews, 3311 Sycamore Street, Cairn, I1L - Chattanooga. 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 was 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 hod 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. Pinkham's medicine and be strong.' I will be glad to have you use my name if it will be the means of helping any one." Mrs. R. X Fairbcbn, COtJ Orchard Knob AveChattanooga, Tenru Aiting, Overworked Houuwires Should Rely Upon i """" 1 1 ILfcCteouo 1 1 1 ! ?feirf Cfe)mG J fcjib LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDIQINg CO. LYNN. MASS. JW 1 Essex 4 Times Breaks Record Ia 4 Trips Across America From San Francisco to New York ' in 4 Days, 14 Horn, 43 Minutes Essex now holds the coveted transcon tinental record. Four Essex tourinz cars have broken the former marks. Carrying thefirst United State tranacontinental motor mails, between New York and San Framnathey set new time records for their respective directions across the American continent. The distance each car travelled was 3347 miles. v A Reliability Proof Thai Spgalu for Edryi EiMx The fastest Essex time was made from San Francisco to New York in 4 days. 14 V, hours and 43 minutes, breaking the record by 12 hours, 48 minutes. The average time for all four cars was 4 days, 21 hours. Consider that hundreds of cars have aU tempted to break the transcontinental record. You have rarely heard of these attempts for the failures have not been given circulation. Yet isn't it a remarkable and convinc ing, proof of Essex ability and endurance that the only four Essex cars that ever challenged for the coveted transcontinea tal record were in every case successful? COUGHLIN SALES CO. t , 421.423 WEST FOURTH STREET R. Kieth tfCo, Wheatfkod. Ia. x C Elc.trm R.vnnWs. H MO r 0 r.