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x.ccdAi.- AitistoNOVEcsn 25, 1922.
XOTOBIKO 'gfllX GBOWBfO.
After mora than 25 rears of de-
Telopment, the automobile Indua
try bai not yet settled down to a
-. Especially in reference to the
- control of motoring is this true.
Laws are still being passed, prob
lems - propounded and solutions
sought for the ultimate benefit of
the automobile driver and pedes-
trlan.- All point to the fact that
motoring, . although more than a
V quarter century old, Is still In its.
Next year 43 state legislatures
will meet, and every one of them
w4H hare before them some legis
lation relating to the automobile.
- Highway commissioners already
-are busy preparing drafts of new,
f ' or amendments of old, laws can
't cerning this phase of motoring. At
the same time, state attorneys are
' ready to submit legislation covcr
' Inc the safety and convenience of
the public as It is affected by, the j
S far as highway legislation is
concerned, there will be proposals
for the passage of state laws in
" compliance and cooperation with
the federal aid laws. Tbe matter
'of theft prevention, motor car reg
, istration, control of headlights and
. . rear lights, automatic signals and
' other regulations of automobile
;' . driving are still to be threshed out
Laws on motor taxes and fees also
will be perused for changes and
' : Uniform traffic laws are being
I sought throughout the union, and
v these will take up considerable
time of the legislators in nearly ev
. ' ery one of tbe 43 states .whose
bodies meet in 1923. Grade cross
Ing elimination is another import
ant problem to solve.
Besides these there are the sub
. Jects of highway enforcement,
snow removal and dozens of oth
er, although less important, mat
ters to be taken up.
TO CLEAN FEED PIPE.
Blowing through the fuel or oil
fejed pipe to clear it of obstructions
does not clear the line of a gummy
substance that persists in sticking
to the inner lining. A more effec-
tive method is in passing a piece
of cloth through the pipe ,by at-
tuchlng each end to a wire. By
... .wv.. uuwa iui ui,
me "ne is sure to De thoroughly
KEEP HOOD TIGHT.
A rnhhpr lennh
attached to the
hood clamps is a
new . method to
keen the hood
The whole piece
is now being
sold on the mar
ket. The clamp not only holds the
hood down tightly, but keeps it
firmly against the chassis.
Will the cities of the future be
come mere Industrial centers sur
rounded by suburbs of homes?
This is a possibility which is
made the more apparent by the in
fluence the automobile is having on
city and country life.
A recent survey by the American
Automobile Chamber of Commerce,
THE OlD HOME TOWN
ilf.... 'C l - ' Corn "
ii ii cx nns ntuT3ui-w.i 1 i pcd cm - i5 m
h i.nv, athliw noma, j bti iirvv.s ,i t a.hh'i i l -
I- B &MnK rrr-rr,, J SV, I BKUnO-7 1 3r .Em. YnZ?' 5J -'
jL 1116 BWS BC5AN OATHEftlHf FtoR; THE
flLvSl w LOT SUPPER AS EARLX FOUR oNCuTclC S& STgg
v; YTil. VJ i? I UNDERTAKER. JED SARRYMORE SAID TttERe- , TW tt3fe
:; VI iffl's I iwom-D Bj CHAIRS FOU ALL. incKfc J U!t
In CO large cities throughout the
country, shows that 135,000 auto
mobile owners drive- to these cities
daily from surrounding towns. By
the same ratio, i( is estimated,
600,000 automobile owners have
been living fceyond the boundaries
of the. city in which they do their
Bureau of census , officials at
Washington say the tendency now-
ledays is for cities, to expand in
area, rather than increase tneir
population within, former boun
daries. ' -, ... , :
It is all a result of quick and
easy transportation, says automo
Jars and shocks -are said to be
considerably reduced by the use of
a spring-like "shock absorber"
manufactured especially for use on
a small car. The springs are at
tached to the chassis, as hown
without interference with the reg
ular spring work. There is a spe
cial size for trucks.
BE W A BE MOTOR SOCIETIES.
Washington, D. C. A warning
against joining fraudulent automo
bile associations has been issued
here by Fred Caley, secretary of
the National Motorists' associa
tion. The warning comes after atten
tion of the associati6n officials had
been called to the organization
throughout the country of various
"socities" which were selling mem
berships to automobile owners.
The men behind these alleged
fraudulent societies open up an
office in either state or national i
capital and from it send circulars (
have ranged from $6 to $39.60.
' Tbe inducement is an offer to
furnish automobile accessories at t
frorn 20 to 50 per cent discount, j
free touring and other information,
cation of membership in the society.
PBOPEBTV HOLDERS' .NOTICE.!
ueperal, No. 643.
Notice is hereby given to all per
' sons interested that the Board cf
Local Improvements of the City of
Rock Island, 111., has liled in the
j county court of Rock Island county
: a certificate oi tne cost of tiie im- i
I piuvcmciii. ciiLiueu ,u sum cuurL in
I re Detition of thn ritv nf Rnev Ts.
land. III., to assess the cost of the '
paving with concrete the allev be-:
tween Fourth amf Fifth avenue's and
j Fifteenth and 'Sixieentli streets",
! ami saiu cenuicaie aiso snows tne
j court costs, the amount of accrued
interest, and the tdtn ajnnn-nt of
said assessment and said certificate
also states that the said improve-1
ment conforms substantially to the!
requirements of the original ordi-
nance for tne construction of the
same as required by law. The saidi
certificate, which also shows a re- i
bate in the amount of the said as-i'
f ssmS ll.ln lue sum 01 has;
j I?6? ""J1, m sal" Proceedings and
that final hearing on saia certificate
and assessment will be had on the !
sixth day of December, A- D..1922,
at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m., or as
soon thereafter as the business of
the court will permit. All Fprsons
desiring may file objections in said
court btefore said day and mar ap-1
pear on the hearing and make their
Dated at Rock Island, 111., this
21st day of November, A. D. 1922.
H. M. SCHRIVER,
M. T. RUDGREN.
Board of Local Improvements of
the City of Rock Island, 111.
I TWENTY-FIVE YEARSAGO
Nov, 23 A marriage license was
issued to Atex Mayhew otMarston
and Miss Bertha E. Ekttrom of
-Lafayette Lamb vt Clinton is
building a houseboat at a cost of
$7,000, which will be the most lux
urious boat of its kind on the wa
ters of tbe npper Mississippi.
The Rock Island County FuraersTeate bis new barn with a dance
institute will hold its first meeting
at Port Byrdn, Dec. 2.
Warren R. Roberts of Chicago has
been awarded the contract for the
new Modern Woodmaj building.
His bid was. $69,800.
Nov. 24 Work on the Modern
Woodman building to be erected at
the corner of Fifteenth street and
Third avenue is to start at once.
The building will be three stories
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
f TOM. WHAT IMTMErI" 1 Tl ' Y
WORl.I AREVOO 'vvEDTO X WAS RIGHT x DUFFW . WANTED TO I DoV?T WAHT TO POT ' . .M V
LOOiC.NGFOR?'' liSwlEl MERE OMTH6 ICEBOX! 1 s . . gJ, ?2g2 ' Kr ISNTHeS SO MUCH
, tJT OF THE CVP&OMtOy' AMD I COULDN'T IT WOULD HAVE PITTE.M J i f CAM FIND IT FOR. vpS' "WY "
1 W-w-i--., ( FIND ANV L-J- VOU! -' I IT!, YOU -COME iS55 7 IGUE55 5HEI ! ' tV
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS TAG I1UGHT,AT THAT ' BYBLOSSE II
NJftlBTTr..:l t SS-SSSrS: will I ( 1 ...LZf J t
7 a. IK'- v am-srocwNy twiDieVk f 1 fcitN LbAu to II' ' 7 """"i I ll
SALESMAN $AM - OUT IN THE COLD WORLD BY SWAN ; f H
f WELL SftrY VOO MADE, FiNF A 7 wr.ww .mw i n r ( jftHViCMr?'.' 1 r . S X N ST N - : l-M x
OF THINGS VtbTeROWV-UQO N0WW' I V0C.LL, GOT hMOWtR TftlW COWtM.' II- ) )f TMtREb C(Rt& 1 ALL. W&HT 17 ps;r- S . "
( IM OOM 6rtbww0 HBuISa doing- ) V 1 30iT UMT FlRt TrWT CW? J ' A y 5E OOME. 03 IT J) Jw- VU ) VOO'RF l. ' b 'l
V FRrbovMtL.MtTo Jl goz.7.-y f "V,. Xj0 I J B PlWrMlll : ; - . . j
Filet of 1C37
high with basement. .-'. ' ,v
The Are department, was called
out at noon today to extinguish a
blase in a barn on the premises of
Joint Gibson, - Ml Fourth arenas
- Lieutenant and Mrs. Charles Kelt
lerl have returned from their bridal
trip. -: - ' . - .
Thomas Doonan of Bowling dedi
attrfwed by 50 couples of young
folk,- ..'. . . ,
Nor. 25 The Kttle coal mines in
the vicinity of Coal '.Valley are ac
tively engaged in competing with
the Cable and Sherrcrd mines in
producing fuel for the three cities.
John C. Surman of this city was
elected president of the Western
Illinois Poultry and Pet Stock as
sociation. C. F. Kammerer was
tuVLKt.i l TRUE
.'Rattli papcr. sack
' A Sneak thief took a pair of pants
from in front of Simon ft Mosen
felder's this afUrnoon.
C W, Hawes. jr a student at St.
John's MlllUry academy. Delaueld.
Wis., is home to spend ThanKSglv-l
ing. - . . .
V An exciting turkey run, in wh'ch
seven cycUsta c contested, was .wit
nessed by s large crowd yesterday.
The event was arranged by. George
Bennett. ' Ed Dunavin flnished firt
in the rice,
TheyDrize was a, -fine
" Nov. 2d--There were 19 entries
at the Merlin Rifle club shoot yes
terday at the Elm street range. The
score resulted as follows: MitcnelL
4; Guyer, 4; F. C. Davis, 2; Huber,
2; Harms, 2; Tipton, 1; T. R. Har
per, 1; McGinley, 1; Van Patten,!;
Buford, 1; Lynde, 1. . ,
After a slep of 2214 hours under
hypnotic influence administered by
Prof. Herbert Flint, Mrs. Grace
Maynard was removed from the
London show window and carried
NO EASY THING TO FIND
to the Harper theatre and awaken
ed in full, view of the Urge audi
Mesdames 8. 3. Guyer and J. R
Klmball cave . a delightful card
party to a number of their lady
friends, at theirs home on - Nine
teenth street last evening; '
Farmer Martin Burns last night
was defeated on the mat' by Tom
Nov. 21-rln a letter from John K.
Scott, who Is now at his new home
in Switzerland, he says that he is
more confirmed that tjiere is no
land like America and that he is
proud .to be an American.
CoaT Valley will have a shooting
contest Thanksgiving.: . Tom
shall . of Keithsburg is among the
crack shooters who will take part.
Charles Condo was hit on the
head and .fatally injured last night
by Frank A. Anderson at. the Mu
tual Wheel Works, Moline. Condo
died last night Anderson is held
on. a charge of murder. - -
Nov. 22--At St. Mary's .chdrch'at
OUR BOARDING HOUSE
v HffTETb BETH'
' CARD OVlTH BOTTOM
OF THAT, 1ECk!
OFF OF' UM
vjE'CL BE ABLE
TO GET V1EI GrlED,
I . . . - r lLb , OK KULL1NU I
T i ii V
brated ther marriage of George F.
Hlld of Davenport and Miss Adeletd
Koepps of Rock Island. -
, Local markets Corn, . 2025e;
oats, l,g20i; potatoes, 4550c;
butter, fair to choice, 20c; fresh
'creamery, 22c; eggs, 15c; chickens.
5y6c; turkeys, c; coal, soit, luc;
cattle, butchers' pay for corn fed
steers, 45c; hogs, $3$3.25;
sheep, 3Hc .
PROPERTY HOLDERS' KOTICE.
. Cien. Jie. 68C - t
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons interested that the board of
local improvements of the city of
Rock Island, . Illinois, has filed in
i the county court of Rock Island
j county, a certificate of the cost of
I the improvement entitled in said
court, in re petition or the city oi
Rock Islattd, Illinois, to assess the
cost of the paving with asphaltic
conerete of Twenty-first avenue
from - Twelfth to Seventeenth
stiets;" said certificate also shows
the court costs, the amount of ac
crued interesct, and the total
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amount of said assessmM
certificate also states that n
tially to the requiremesu .
original ordinance for iL
struction of tbe same ai L'
by law; said certificate tlml
that there is a whit..
amount of said assessBjV
sum of $1,976.69, and tkat .
hearing on said cerUflcttTL
eessment will be had ea A?l
day of December, A. D. lint)
hour of 8 o'clock a m. cr-T
tnerearter as tbe busing V.
court will permit. aiiH
siring may file objectioat
court before said ii .. '
near on the heai-in .. ?w
- -"o aim
wicu oi uock island mw
this 22d day of Novemh-T-k
1922. , i
H. M. schriver; '
FRANK W1CH '-
M. T. Rl'UGREN
Board of Local Imnw,..-
the City of Rock Island,
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UPMOWklG A TJOuTOKS
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