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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. APRIL 11, 1907.
REVERSE THE CASE
Appellate Court Remands for
Retrial Controversy Over
THE DECISION AT OTTAWA
Follows Quickly on Opinion in Mrs.
Bleakley's Favor by the Kansas
Ottawa, III., April 11 (Argus Spi
nal.) The incubator baby cane, llic
people i'x tel. Charlotte K. Weakley
lias been reversed atil remanded by tli
appellate court. The opinion cover 2
pases and is by Judge ISibcIl.
In the course of the opinion it is
staled the relator with knowledge thai
there was reason to believe it was her
child, pave it up and led Mrs. Barclay
to believe that she did so willingly ami
gladly. Slii' waited many months be
fore the began to hunt it.
ri-r ircl for hilil.
"When tile court below turned it
over to her, she had never cared for it
an instant. In our opinion, it was not
for the best interest of this child, near
ly a year and a half old. to take ii from
a comfortable home and live, it to the
relator, who had never had it or cared
for it, but who had knowingly relin
ipiished it and who does not know tiiat
she is its mother.
IteHt I iiti-r-l Mii.-tifU'ri-il.
"Whether it would now be for the
best interests of the child that it should
be taken from the relator and return
ed to the re.-pondeiit, we cannot decide
upon the prcsetr record. Doubtless the
court of 'Kansas will determine what
is for the best interests of the child tin
ill r present conditions. m it may be
that our decision will really only deter
mine the question of costs."
Following close on the decision d
the Kansas supreme court which heil
that Mrs. Charlotte Weakley, of Law
rence, Kansas, was entitled to her
child, the noted incubator baby, under
the award f t ho circuit court of Unci
Island, the appellate court tit Ottawa
111., yesterday undered a decision re
versing ttie ruling ot Judge i;ray in
tile case here, and remanding the
case tor retrial here. I lie case no.v
stands an open quest ion. and Mrs
Weakley is in posses-ion of the chil
in Kansas. I'nder this ruling of t'l
appellate court the case will be fought
Mrs. Josephine Ciolina.
Mrs. Jostphine Ciolina died at 9:00
last evening from heart trouble a! t'ie
home of her daughter, Mrs. M. J. Mur
phy, 22b7 Seventh avenue, with whom
she has been been making her ho:;ij
since the death of her husband. Dr.
Francis Ciolina. which occurred in this
city about 2U years ago. She was bn"i
in Germany and was 85 years of age.
When 4 years old she came to thi.i
count rv with her parents, who set
tled in ISuffdlo, X. Y., for a number oi
years, and later removed to Cincinnati
Ohio. She litis been a resident of Rocl,
Island for 50 years. The only surviv
ing relative is her daughter, Mrs. Mur
phy. Funeral services will be he'.d
from St. Marv's church at ! o'clock
Saturday morning. The si rviecs will
WAS J. W. BAKER
Body of Watchman Drowned
Last November is Recov
ered at Canal Mouth.
IDENTIFIED BY JEWELRY
Disappeared from Draw of the Cres
cent Bridge While Oiling Machinery.
charmer, three legged boy, small boy,
strong man, tattooed man. fat woman,
and a big menagerie of wild animals.
Tin- IomIiik micrrt.
Following is the program for the con
Selection Instrumental quartet.
Vocal solo and clog dancing Garvin.
Selection Male quintet.
Instrumental solo Mr. Stoaks.
Vocal solo Floyd Wilson. Molinc.
Sc led ion Instrumental quartet.
Selection Male quartet.
Vocal solo Floyd Wilson, Molinc.
A. H. HEAD GOES
TO DEERE & CO.
be conducted by Father Geycr, pastor
of the church.
Mrs. Claus H. Heuck.
Mrs. Claus H. Ileuck died
this morning at the home. 1:121
ixth street. Death
trouble. She was
it ."::. u
was due to heart
born in lloistein
IS (1. and came
to this country about 20 years ami and
cttled in Molinc. for a short time an i
later came to Hock Island where she
has been a resident for IS years. Sh,-
is survived ny tier nusnaiiil. one daugh
ter. Miss Mary X. Ileuck, at home, an i
three sons. ll'iuy of Hock Island, and
William and .John of Moline. She h
also survived by four grandchild! en
Funeral services will lie held Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Ger
man Evangelical (hutch, nurial will
lake place at the Lutheran ectuiterv
Margaret M. Lyon, daughter of Mr.
ami .Mrs. ( . 1-. Lyon. 1:122 Forty-four.h
street, died at t;::;u this morning from
dropsy. from which she litis been suf
fering for several weeks. She wis
born in this citv Mav ::i. lUn::. Funetvl
crvicts will be held from the honu
at lo o clock Saturday morning and
will be conducted by Key. W. S. Mar
quis. pastor of the ISnmdway Presbyt
rian church. ISurial will take place :'
The :;-year old son of Mr. ami Mrs
A. 1.. Spence. 51 ii Sixth street, died yes
terday afternoon at ! o'clock, death
being due to diphtheria. Funeral serv-
ices were held this afternoon
o clock troni the home. Burial
place at Chippiannock cemoterv.
her husband, t.ic
child, holds thM
again in the circuit court in il
where it was first tried over
R. F. Peek, who
Stella Barclay and
contestants for the
while he has not seen the opinion of
the appellate court, it is favorable for
his side of the. controversy in any cae.
In the trial ot the case here Judge
Graves declined to admit, evidence on
the point as to whether Mrs. Weakley
is actually the mother of the child
holding that the fact thar Mrs. 15ar
clay accepted a deed of adoption from
Mrs. Weakley precluded such evident'
It was on this point that the case was
appealed to the court at Ottawa. Mr
I'eek contends that if Mrs. Weakl
is the child's mother, the deed of
adoption executed by her should be
binding, and if she is not the mother
of the babv. she has no claim to the
child. W. R. Moore, who represents
Mrs. Weakley maintains that the ques
tions in the case are unsettled, and
must be determined in the courts
I'.iimI MoliiH- ( lixf Hack.
In the case of H. Guyer against
Peter Auers of Fast Moline, the a;
pellate court reversed the circuit
court and remanded the case with di
reel ions. I he case is one brought to
compel the defendant to observe th
limitation in the deed to his property.
purchased of Mr. Guyer. The deed t.
all the property sold by Mr. Guyer an 1
the Fast Moline hand company has a
clause prohibiting the use of the prop
erty for saloon purposes, and the pres
ent case has brought to test the stand
ing of such a rest rit ion in court, hi
the circuit, court the decision was 'n
favor of the defendant
TO EXTEND LINES
Silvis Council Makes Grant to the Mo
line, Rock Island & Eastern
At a special meeting of the village
council of Silvis, last evening, tlv
Moline. Rock Island & Eastern Rail
way company was granted a 50 year
franchise to construct a line alon r
First avenue. The company, which
proposes to extend the merger com
pany s tn-city system eastward, s
given lo days to accept, the franchise.
and must have the. line complete with
in four months of acceptance of the
rant. The company is to furnish
light along the avenue and must pro
vide a :;o-.ninute schedule, with 5-cent
fare to Moline.
The body of John W. Raker, the
watchman and assistant engineer at
the draw ot the crescent bridge who
was drowned from the bridge Xov. ;!0,
last year, was found last night about t
o'clock by Louis Peterson, on Pettifer's
island, near the lower lock of the Hen
nepin canal. Peterson was in a boat,
and discovered the body in a tangle of
driftwood. Coroner Kckhart was no
tified, and about 9 o'clock went to tile
scene and with Fnileriaker B. F. Knox
had the body removed. The recovery
of the body was accomplished with dif
ficulty, owing to the high water which
has flooded the lower portion of Big
island.. The body was removed to this
city, and an inquest was held this morn
ing at the Knox undertaking rooms.
The jury returned a verdict of death by
drowning in the Mississippi.
VII Irom IIHiIkc.
While at work on the lower part of
the bridge the morning of .Nov. oil. Ra
ker disappeared, and until his body
was found last night nothing was ihis
iiively known of his fate, though it was
almost certain that he had fallen from
the bridge and drowned in the swift
cut rent. He went to the lower part to
ul the machinery about S o'clock.
Shortly afterwards a workman on the
upper structure heard a shout, but sup
posing it to come from boys playing on
the bank, he paid no attention at that
ime. It was some time later before it
was discovered that Baker was miss
ing. A careful search for the body was
instituted but without success. A re
ward for i's recovery was offered by
l.aFayette lodge. Xo. M21, Modern
Brotherhood of America, of Davenport,
if which Mr. Baker was a member and
in which he held an insurance certifi
cate of ll.tiuo.
Iillllill-l l.v KIuk.
On Baker's person were found a gold
watch, in the case of which were sev
eral pictures, and on his linger was a
-Ignet ring bearing a monogram of his
initials. ".J. W. B." He was identified
ihis morning by William H. Kane of
Davenport. Mr. Kane testified to the
identity of the remains, and to Baker's
history and family.
-Itiiii f llot-r Wnr.
The voting man was a native of Eng
land, and was 2! years of age. lie
served in the British army two years,
in the Boer war under Iord Kitchener.
He came to the I'nited States in Sep
tember. I'io:?. and entered the employ
of the D. R. I. & X. W. railway at. Dav
enport, remaining in the service of the
company as a watchman at the bridge
until his death. His mother and a sis
ter live in England, while an uncle and
a cousin reside at Maquokcta, Iowa.
The uncle will be in the city tomorrow
!o take charge of the remains.
Former Rock Island Plow Company
Official Made Assistant to
Announcement was made today
the-appointment of Alien H. Head, for
merly superintendent of the Rock !s
land Plow company, as assistant t.
George Mixter, superintendent of
Deere & Co., of Moline. Mr. Held
severed his connection with the Rock
Island Plow company sonio weeks ago.
Besides Mr. Head, Deere & Co., ha.e
appointed another assistant superia
tendent in the person of S. H. Fois
berg, wlio tor many years litis been
employed in the ofhco in a clerical
PLANS ARE PERFECTING
FOR ATTRACTIVE EVENT
Entertainment to Be Presented by Vil
la Pupils and Others at Illinois
JURY TO DECIDE
Judge Ramsay Declined to Give
Instructions for Acquittal
of Henry Terry.
MURDER IS NOT PROVED
But Conviction cn Manslaughter or Mi
nor Charges Might Stand State
Plans are perfecting
tainmcnt to be present e
de Cliant.il and others
theater Tuesday evening,
entertainment, which is
for t'ue cnter
1 by the Villa
at the Illinois
April 2::. The
to be largely
musical in its nature, will lie known as
"An Evening with the Pupils of the
Villa de Cliantal," and the program will
include a rich variety of features in
the way of song and artistic dancing,
introducing a number of specialties, in
cluding Master Newman Jones, the boy
soprano of Chicago, a sketch by a num
ber of iri-city young people in and out
of the school, etc.
The tickets are on sale at the Harper
house pharmacy, the general admission
being .'o cents, with 2." cents for chil
dren under 11 years of age.
Judge Ramsay this afternoon in the
circuit court denied a motion to in
struct the jury to return a verdict of
not guilty in the case of Henry Terry,
who is on trial on an indictment fot
murder for the death of Andrew Park
The court also denied motions to in
struct the jury to return a verdict of
not guilty on specific accounts. It was
stated1 by the court that a verdict n'
murder could not stand, and th-
states attorney stated to the court tint
he would later inform the jury thit
such a verdict was not asked. Th-.1
prosecution, however, seeks to secure
a conviction for manslaughter or a
Mnlr'H KvliU'iirr 'oniiIrl.
The jury was completed yestcrtl.iv
afternoon, h. L. Hance and C. L. Car
penter of this city, being selected to
complete the jury. The evidence foi
the state was completed shortly aft'-t
non, and Mr. Searle's motions to in
struct the jury to acquit were made i:u
The court stated that the question
involved is one whether or not Ter.rv
in aiming the blow which Killed Park.-
it Herman Janssen committed an un
lawful act. If he was doing an uu
awful ac: in .timing the b! w at Jens-
sen, the court held that he is guilty
of some crime. I he question as to th
unlawfulness of aiming the blow tin
as to the crime committed if the a
wtis unlawful, being for the jury to Jj
Struck nl JetiMMt-n.
I he testimony for the prosecnt iom
consisted of the statements of Hernn
Jenssen, Parks' companion and the pe
son at whom Terry's blow was aimed
Drs. Rochow, .f. C. Souders and G. '1
Craig, who conducted the autopsy
Fred Bleuer of South Rock Island.
witness of the affair: Edward Elliott. :
painter, who saw the fatality from th
window of Dereiskis' saloon, and Cor
oner Kckhart, who testified as to th
ages of Terry and Parks.
BIG CIRCUS HERE
Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrun.
The pleasant cold remedy that expels
the cold through its action on the bow
els. Sold by all druggists.
-Mrs. O. J. Breen anil daughter. Nil-
lie, have returned from a few days
visit in Kellogg, Iowa.
Mrs. II. L. Wood and Mrs. L. C.
Hughton of Sheffield, III., are visiting
friends in the city today.
Miss Jennie Allengren has returned
to her home in Chicago after a month's
visit with her cousins, Misses Mabel
and Ella Buford.
Rev. W. S. Marquis. Dr. J. W. Stew
art, Miss Fannie Cleland. Miss Jose
phine Schneider, Mrs. W. O. Woodruff,
Rev. Marion Humphreys- and Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Lohr. delegates to the Rock
Island Presbytery at Sterling, returned
Hairy B. Gil more of this city, who
has- recently been connected with the
receivership of the Pope-Allison Flor il
company of Davenport, has received
notice that he successfully passed
the examination for federal meat in
spector at Chicago. He will assume
his new duties there at once.
Performance by Y. M. C. A.
Gymnasium Boys vVill be
Given This Evening.
IS UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT
Acrobatic Program, Side
Concert All Provided
fSoclctv news, written or telenhoned
to the society editor of The Arcus, will
be Klaiily received and published. But
in either case the identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
Larscn - Jenkins. The marriage of
Miss Emma H. Jenkins, daughter of
Mrs. 1 M. Jenkins of 1SU7 Fourteenth
avenue, Moline, to Xels A. Larson, also
of Moline, took place yesterday at noon
at the parsonage of the Congregational
church of Clinton, Iowa. Rev. Mr. Fisher
performing the ceremony. They then
returned to Moline and a wedding din
ner was served last evening to a small
companv of relatives. Mr. and Mrs.
Larson will make their home at V
1 well ih avenue, Jloline, and have gone
to housekeeping. Mr. Larson is a grad
uate of the Moline public schools and
of the law department of the Univer
sity of Illinois, and is practicing law in
this citv in the office of Connelly &
Connelly. His bride attended the pub
lic schools of Moline and graduated
from St. Katharine school, Davenport
Bridae Whist Club Meets. The
Bridge Whist club met yesterday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. G. C. Jenks
on Sixth avenue. In the games Mrs.
A. W. Hatch took head prize and Mrs.
Ira Peck consolation prize. Tne next
meeting, of the club will be at the home
of Mrs. Stamni. April 22.
PEOPLE AROUSED OVER
KILLING OF CANINES
Davenport F urn iture
123 125 WEST THIRD STREET,
The Best Home Firnishers
This is the Opening of
the Carpet Season
AS USUAL, WE BELIEVE WE HAVE BY FAR THE
BEST ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS AND RUGS THAT
YOU WILL FIND IN THIS MARKET. THE PATTERNS
ARE ALL NEW, THE QUALITIES ARE THE BEST
AND THE PRICES THE MOST FAIR. LET US SHOW
YOU A STOCK THAT WILL PLEASE YOU. GET
YOUR ORDER IN BEFORE THE GREAT RUSH IS ON.
Furniture Values of the Bar
gam Kind During this March
Sxle T v
Number of Valuable Dogs Put Out
of the Way in Residence
People owning dogs in the residenc
district between Twenty-first and Twin
ty-fourth streets are aroused over wh
appears to be a systematic at
tempt on tne part ot some
person or persons of evil d
iign to exterminate all the canines i
the neighborhood. A number of valu
able dogs have already perished, one
in particular being a household pet for
12 years, and was an animal that was
enerally regarded as absolutely harm
less. A number ot oilier dogs nave
been put out of the way by the admin
istration of poison. Reports have it
that efforts are on foot to fasten the
blame for the destruction of the dogs
that have been disposed of so far.
There are worthless curs running at
large in every community, many' of
them ownerless and uncared for. There
is a way to reach this nuisance with
out declaring war on the entire canine
A Few Twists.
Some Sabetha girls once made up a
list of definitions of Kansas towns, the
names of the towns to be guessed from
the definitions. Hen- they are: Very
bowleggeil. Great Bend; a thin monas
tery, Abilene; the price of yeast, Iav
t'liwiTiii; why Mrs. Smith went. Smith
Center; descendant of a sneeze, Atchi
son; a sire, a circle and :i term in sing
ing. Paola; what the American need
to secure a duke. Price; what some
folks have to do for a living. Russell;
my first, not wearing the second, got
the third, Manhattan. Kansas City
DIVORCES IN THIS COUNTRY.
A well-known physician, who
undoubtedly knows, declares that
bad. breath has broken off more
matches than bad temper.
mere are ardent
lovers who must
mouths to be kissed.
Good teeth cannot
prevent bad breath
when the stomach is
The best cure for
bad breath is a
cleansincj out of the
body by use of
the tonic laxative.
This is a herb medicine, sold in
25c. and 50c. packages by drug,
gists and it is saving more doctor's
bills than any other medicine has
It cures headache, backache,
indigestion, constipation and skin
SERVICE PROPERLY MADE
Supreme Court Denies Motion to Quash
in Appeal of Nagle Case.
Springfield, 111.. April 11. (Argus
Special.) In the case of William Nagle
of Rock Island county against the peo
ple, the supreme court today denied
the motion of Attorney General Stead
to quash the service and return upon
scire facias because it was not served
on him instead of the state's attorney.
The attorney general's motion sought
to throw the appeal of the case on
which Nagle was convicted in the Hen
ry county court out of the supreme
court. The ruling of the court insures
the hearing of the appeal.
The Price of Health.
"The price of health in a malarious
district is just 25 cents, the cost of a
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills,"
writes Ella Slayton of Noland, Ark.
New Life Pills cleanse gently and im
part new life and vigor to the system.
25 cents. Satisfaction guaranteed at
W. T. Hartz's, druggist, 301 Twentieth
Everything is in readiness for the big
circus to be given at the Y. M. C. A.
this evening and tomorrow evening.
The gymnasium of the building, where
the main show is to take place, is dec
orated with pennants and banners, and
bleachers have been erected with a
seating capacity of about ?,."0. The
doors of the gymnasium will be opened
at 7:40 and the performance will start
promptly at 8 o'clock. The side show
to take place in the howling alley ad
joining tlie gymnasium will be opened
tit 7 o'clock, and will provide a con
tinuous performance. A concert will
take place in the auditorium of the
building immediately after the big
Thr Main Show.
The program follows:
(5 rand entry, led by a brass band of
Elephant and springboard jumping.
Calisthenic drill Eat woman and
Parallel bars by the advanced class
and horizontal bars by the intermedi
ates trained animals.
"Rube" band with Wild Bill.
Bareback riding; burlesque boxing
match; man on fire.
Horizontal bar by advanced class;
parallel bar by intermediates; baseball
game; trained animals.
Horse jumping by junior class; bur
lesque strong man; contortionist.
Tumbling and tamale wagon trick
Relay race; carrying relay race; char
Slilr Show Attraction. .
The following are represented in the
side show: Wild man, tall man, snake
Ideal Cinch Club. The Ideal Cinch
club will meet tomorrow evening at the
home of Mr. ami Mrs. E. II. Dutiavin,
lo::0 Fifteenth street.
"Perhaps, doctor." said the sick man,
"you'd bettor present your bill."
"No." replied the doctor. "I doa't
want to worry you with ti'.&t now."
"Oh, well, if you think it's best:"
"Yes. I'll send it in to your executor
in good time." Catholic Standard and
Notice to Remove Rubbish to Alley?.
Vo the Public: You are hereby noti
fied to remove all rubbish from yo'tr
premises and deposit same in the ll
Ieys at once.
GEORGE W. M CASKRIN,
Children eat. sleep and grow after
taking llollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Ri ings rosy cheeks. laughing eyes, good
health and strength. A tonic for sick
ly children. cents. Tea or tablets.
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
MacDowell Music Club. The Mac-
Dowell Music club will meet tomorrow
afternoon at Miss Ethel Daugherty's
studio in the Y. M. C. A. building.
Priscilla Club to Meet. The Priscil
la club meets at the home of Mrs. Hul
tine, 1411 Fifth avenue, tomorrow af
WILL HOLD A SMOKER
Railway Men and Shippers to Meet In
formally at Commercial Club.
This evening at the Commercial club
in Davenport, an informal meeting and
smoker for the railway agents and offi
cials and carload shippers of the three
cities, is to be held. All business men
receiving and shipping in carload lots
have been invited to attend. Ashley
J. Elliott, manager of the Illinois &
Iowa Car Service association, will be
present and speak on demurrage, a
subject of mutual interest to the ship
per and the railway man. Others will
make informal talks.
Quick shoe repairing. Shoes finished
by machinery. Half soles, nailed on, 55
cents; half soles, sewed on, 75 cents.
Open from 6:30 a. m. till 8 p. m.
304 Twentieth Street.
Sick headache results from a 1e
rangement of the stomach and is cured
by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Sold by all leading druggists
Suit Filed Every Two Minutes and De
crco Granted Every Three Minutes.
1 Hiring working hours of court offi
cials there Is a divorce suit tiled everv
two minutes and a divorce granted
everv three minutes In tne I nited
States, according to figures compiled
by the census bureau. This has been
the average for the last twenty years.
and census officials sav the number Is
increasing at an Harming rate.
For the twenty yenr period from 1S57
to 1K7 there were only rJ.OOO divorce
suits tiled In this country. For the
twenty year period from lsS7 to 1907
the number aggregates 1.400.000. or
four times the number for the first pe
riod. However, the population also in
creased somewhat. Experts figure
that for the twenty year period prior
to 1SS7 there were thirty-three divorces
for every 100.000 inhabitants, while for
the twenty year period from 1SS7 to
1907 there were seventy divorces for
every 100,000 population. Decrees are
issued in about two-thirds of the suits
"The astonishing thing developed by
the Investigation now being made by
the census bureau." says an official,
"is that the greatest increase In di
vorces is In the rural districts. I do
not mean by this thnt the rural districts
furnish the most divorce cases. The
cities still do that. But the Increase in
cities for the last twenty year period
over the period from 1867 to 1S87 Is not
as large as the increase In the rural dis
tricts. We are bow trying to find out
the cause of the increase both In city
The bureau has a hundred agents In
the Held gathering divorce statistics.
It Is now getting details such as the
cause of proceedings, whether husband
or wife tiled suit, whether suit was
contested, number of children, whether
alimony was paid and if Intemperance
was either the direct or the Indirect
Use Kennedy's laxative Cough
Syrup. Children like its pleasant taste.
Contains no opiate's, but drives the
cold out through the bowels. Made i;i
conformity to pure food and drugs law.
Recommended and sold by all druggists.
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A Bad Back is Always Worse in the
Morning Rock Island People
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A back that aches all day and causes
discomfort at night is usually worse in
the morning. Makes you feel as if you
hadn't slept at all.
Can't cure a bad back until you cure
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sick kidneys make you feel better,
work better, rest better and sleep bet
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prove the merit of Doan's.
John Mager of Sixth avenue, proprie
tor of the iron and brass works, says:
"There were such terrible pains
through my kidneys that I could hard
ly sit down or get up without suffering
from sharp shooting pains through my
back. In the morning I often felt so
lame and sore that I could not get up,
and I was practically rolled out of bed.
and more than once my wife has assist
ed me to get up. I had my attention
called to Doan's Kidney Pills, and got
a box at the Harper house drug store.
A few doses seemed to relieve me, as
I continued taking the remedy, the
pains grew less, and after using ono
box I was nearly free from them. I
got a second box and before I had fin
ished it the trouble left me."
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It digests what you eat and gives the
stomach rest and assists in restoring
it to its normal activity and usefulness.
Kodol is sold on a guarantee relief
plan by all druggists.
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in the reach of all. Also a full line of Paints, Oils, Brushes, Var
nishes, etc. -
ROOM MOULDINGS, PHOTO AND PLATE RAILS In all designs.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of painting and papering.
P. J. LEE.
1429-1431 8econd Avenue. ' Opposite Court House.