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TIIE ROCK ISIJAXD ARGUS. TUESDAY, STARCH 7. inn.
Liceneed to Marry. Carl F. Scboe-fc-r
of Davenport and Mis3 Edith M-
Schnoor of Pleasant Valley.
Division of Van Patten Estats.
The Till of the laf John P. Van rat
ten was pled in the district ooar-
terday. p provides that praettcr.l.y
the Tiiif- sa?e F.hall be Riven to the
tlx ehiilre.i who survive. A f.nd ...
$T''ii pro' l to ; lrri to
son, :'on N. "Van Pa' '.. I:, -. :. r
the sen i'hll'i.n vim :: - f ... ei of
a he T:e! of ?.oi ,h"h i-5 t- .v
en to til.- grand -on, P.cr.jar:ii:i i:ar
ter, rn hi? 23rd birthday. The guard
ianship cf the on 1'tiil'ip !s left to
Mrs. T. O. Swin;. . An heirloor., s
gold wai.'h. which tie deceased tiad
carni d Fiucc- '.Sol, was left to tut;
praniisfi!;. John Van Paft -r. Svvluey.
The rem: inner ,f :he properly is to
be divided equally Into six shar'-s, one
c-nri. going to the folic wim; ed.lhi u :
Florence D. Swiuey, Alice Van Pa' '..-:.
Alien, John H., Edward II., A'.in-d S.,
and Dorothy H. Torrey. The n.. sir. .-.si.
interests of the J. P. Van Puooti
Wholesale Grocery company are tr
remain the sama and the future cf the
bu.l.e.. is left to a vote of the c:tee- ,
tors. The v. ill was eiccuioii April '
ic, :oio. '
Obituary Record. J. II. liorr-nren
r: ' trace ft s-ldeyu of Havener:, pa:--;
-. a 'A ay at J. in heme if. Men!e.u'r.;i.
''iv.:;. s ir.day riruitif, March .", at 4
7i . ;i.";er a lingering illness. j
.'; W. Payton, of York town. 1
,'. ;,?'"! away in this city. Si:!:
c! IJ inn l-i ' o'clock. (if":b hf i :: -
; it..e lion of tb, It'll s.", '" '::.
.. ' i ntffered for m.i- rt . : ear.
. . wr.- rn 'ill Indiana on Marc!; .'".
Ic-":- is Tiriy f.s years
"ho remains weie taken to Yori.i wi.
r ; h;e;: place the fnn'T '.: wilt ;".'!
...nd 1-i'f rinent will take place.
Mr-:. Ti t'i'S.i Monn:ipy ('.ic d : .''
(;. hospl! Holiday at p. in.
was !iot : in i'rsnce and was ..".
f ti.;o The remains will b. i en. at
;he l.Mf .iiiai ni:til the prrivui (,i . o
i.-teis and one brother iron; X w t'r
leaii'i. I. a
i:::;1 s Ferdinand Knar pc. !;(' " ,
the f.--!iy homo. fliarloH' in
line, after a linctriUii illness, do; to
the i;.;i: :: iv of :!d Hi 1 i- v.'. a
Uiciiil-i r of I he l).lven;oi't Tiirut .'..' .
do ami ine Fraternal Iol;e No. L-i;
i'f the Ma.vus. In his younger y,-ius ;
I.e lieiors;'(l to n nntnn -r or sint'iur s
Cictles. and l.ad tln repitfat.ioti of ! e
ing a fill' tenor sinuer. lie lea v. a
wife, Anna, two sons. Thiio ('., a? d A!
phonse I, ord a l-rcthcr in Hanihn. j-,
Mrs. i.ir.ftte Kra'diorhot ft, wlvi
tied in t;i.s ci;y for years die d Sun
day. Sao is s'.rv.ed ly one :a.!i-l'-tcr.
Mrs. ('lni; Xiettiaml. thr. e suro,
Theodore, Ons atid Julins Ki.. 'ei.
hoef t : one slater, Mrs. Mary W:tte.
and two hrot'aors. Fred and Hrnry
Jlaak, all of laver.prt. The fctieral.
road from Kock Island to St. Ixiuiz.
Thirty-five years ago Mrs. Anderson
i came to this city. She is survived by
! one son, John Anderson of Windora. j jj
It- i . , . 1 . - . ... c .-, 7." ..K.lo I ll
r.an., ana i o (ia.iut-i a, .n. .ni
and Mrs. John Tedfdl. hoth of this city.
I The infant dajMer of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Thomas. 1547 Twenty-seventh
avenue, died yesterday morning of
pneumonia. Two brothers, one sister
tnd the parents survive. The funeral
will h held at 2; GO Wednesday after
William D. Stevens, formerly of this 1
city. rassd awav Sunday momine a:
his home In Iaseruces, N. M. The end j S
can-e peacefully, his life depar' ing white
at tin's afternoon and burial was in jl
I I u.H i neog. Mr. Stevens was born in j
5itcnman w.ay tw n.....-..ja-. ,t,;$ cuy ar.d he was hout 40 veai
min Moore of Joliet. switrhman em-, ,,),; Ua .,io.,,i v .
j-whlch -will he priTa,te, wdll be held 'badly braised and one finger on each
'from the- late res!ienc, 52S West hand crushed while working at the
. Fourth street, Wednesday afteraooa fc'nopjs aero last week.
at 2 o'elocfc. intemeiit will take place ! Mrs. Georpe Nichols entertained
. ihe ity cemetery.
Mrs. Eenha Bi ihm
death following au
of 22 Walsh
, the Pioneer Bi: thday club Tuesday
afrercocn at a pink and white lun-
lose hia ri.slit arm at the snoudr as
result of ;.n accident which occurred
yesterday ia the Silvis yards. Tie
worked as a member of the crew of
the decorations and her sister, Mrs.
ed several days ego. She fcai been 1 trie uan.oerg cr uaissourg was uv ,
ri.'tiiur for i.eariy a year. Six children :S't?t of honor.
.-.rvive mourn the los o a lov- Mrs. George Morrison is visiting at
m; pzraut. They are: Mrs. Rosa D. j - oauow v. Uxtra f -eight train No. 1GSS. As the
A.-p. I-onsr Grove; Mrs. L. B. Maet. i Mrs. Charles Toung is recovenR-I trt n ulIe ca: of tbe vards it broke in
;averport; Christian Biuhm, Lake fm a long il!ns8 and serious opei- i o' f went to make the coup-
"r'ark, Iowa: Adoiph, Grover C. and .a. ion. uc:r.a, ceen oiouui ueiuc
y.j is nnrer.ee i;luara at Lome. The i from the Mclir.e city hospital last week.
e serai wiil be held from the home,!
Wal.sh fiats, at 2 o'clock Weines- ! T J? A ! K Q RC I MVP
uay arte-rnoon. Interment will be in
Mrs. John Schultz, 422 Perry street.
passed away p.t y.ercy hospital Sun-;
day evening at 5 : S'J o clock, death 1 Ifai-riman Lines to Increase Speed cf
i.'dlow h:g a weeK'H illness
i;tr hifeband, the following persons
K.irvdve; iarens, Mr. and Mrs. John
A'.srer; four si ters. Mioses K ina, Mar-7-iret
and Or-.-.thy and Mrs. Stieger
'r:d four i rr :l.n. Fr'd. John, Fro nk
and William. Tl:e f iv. c-ral w;il he
neld from the Atlantic otel on Wed-'
::esday mornir-g T.dth services at St,
Anthony's chi:;c'n at '. o'clock, inicr-;
sr.ent wii! a.-:e place at St. Margucr-!
Candidates for Judgeship In the
Trains and Give Greater Com
forts to Passengers.
bill now pending in
t"re authorizing rhe
dirionfcl judge f.-- :
''strict ( o.i,-: .c: -, -,
!; ient ni" u ria! ;
' be conn i y v. i: o u ;;;
ej- I-!.-- r e'-e t.T l!a J
a t ;
F 1 i.
; e t:
' - i t-
: at.e .
.. ,r..' i. n
n of nil ad
' t unty
:.V be snf-.a:-s
;. an intrr-
by tit mi"
oa.-e c-; v
.:! ; i ! At
mo - . 'I ni,
' t j aige
i:: -i ,1' 1 , .
ling. Whc-a the train parted in two
' sections, brakes on the cars detached
! from the engine set- automatically,
i The engineer backed his part cf the
I train, while Moore waited to make the
coupling. When the cars-came together
' the drawbar on one was displaced, and
' the ends of the cars jammed, pinning
, Mocre between them. His right shoui
; (b-r was caught. The attending physi
; cian says that gangrene may develop.
: necessitating amputation of the arm.
Mr ore was placed on a special train
! ar.d hurried to the city hospital here,
j He is 2S years old end single.
I Bones of Forearm Broken. Irene
to the west who taka advantage ol - eistrom. agea &, aaugnier or -ir. anu
them will find an innovation which . Mrs. Julo Chelstrom of 1421 Eighteenth
wi: he m -it con.icrtir.g, for they will i r.trost, fell from a piano stool, break
travel at express train speed and be the bor.es of her left forearm. The
fed in cerr.fon.abic diners. This strik- accident happened at home while the
ing innovation f the Union Pariflc j i'de girl was at play.
Pro s is in direct line with the nolicv
A cclcnist train de luxe is the lat
est announcement of the Union Pa
cific, and this month when the colon
ist fares are j ut into effect travelers
the road mvie known when it au
'UK'ed ; o Kp-.j-urlaiion of $75,fiAO,-
for ;''.!.! tra kiag and otherwise
rcv.u : lis .service.
li is !!:" man who wants to got
he land who is brin.ng
o c'hai::;,-?," said Gerrit Fort,
tratiir manager of the U'u
', loeenfly. "lie came in
ors and was or Mich a bio!:
wo decided he was one of , 1
ic j rtaiit iin livid tals with t
li-..! to deal, and so we d - '
- 'iciii-i do Ptxe for col- , h
i -a c.i ' 1 io-.-t about suit iom. .
caeo i,, r
a' ' i.t tl. :
pass' I' r
ion Pa- K
e! iss thf-t
c'.J ti a'
"Ac o. r
) !'. t i.e
U'hools and was graduated from the
high school. Soon af'er finishing school
h? accepted a position as traveling
tab smaii for the D. M. Pe'-hlcr Imple
ment 4 Carriage company, and he re
mained with this concern till 10 years
ago, when his heahh failed and he went
west. He married Miss Gertrude Guy
of this city July 12, lSf3. She survives
with one eon, Clement Itouglas. In
New Mtxico Mr. Stevens had been liv
ing on a ranch in hopes of regaining
bis health. Ke has many friends here
who will extend their sympathy to his
relatives. He leaves his mother and
two sifters. Miss Bessie Stevens and
Mrs. Harry Ford, all of Minneapolis.
C. T. Guy. Mr. Stevens father-in-law,
has been in Lascruces since his ser
ions illnesa. Mr. Guy will return home
the latter part of this week. Mrs.
Stevens will continue her residence in
the southwest, but wdll come to Molino
this summer for a visit with her father
pf the Victrolas
fcr Any Model Victor
fidchinc. Trices: $10 to S200
Thin fer in for
P.end this great rew offer.
The great new 1911 offer on tM gnnln Victor.
everyone who has not yet heard of Victor Victrola in Ma mn home
j for you to hear concerts and et'TtainmenU by the wedd-famoua
1 musicians just such entertalnrafc'-s as the metropolitan toeatrra ari
(j piw fjffpr. I will send you a gei ine Victor Victrola. ne .Bt model.
lly UIICI m ,),Q on nhaoA'elv free loan. I don't ask anr
money down or in advance. The are no C. (). TT. ahipni - its - abso
lutely nothing but a plain out-anl-O'it offer to ship you a Motrola on
Why 1 Want to Lend You a yctrola:
Mrs. C. II. Cooper started Thurs
day for Bloomington to spend two
weeks with her parents.
Miss Kata Durning, Mias Pheobe
Scanned and W. C. Isern went to
Rock Island Thursday for a short
Mrs. Albert Farm, and the Misses
Emma and Felma Farm and Miss
Christine Almquist spent Thursday
Isiand Bridge Bill Passed. Officials
.: the Tri-Ciiy llailway company have
received word that the bill providing
for a new bridge between Campbell's
1 island and the Illinois shore of the
.Mississippi river passed congress dur
o.g that body's last hours aud received
the C. K. of President Taft. The bill ! in the trl-citiee.
is ti. one which was nurtured by At-j dared Irwin left Thursday for
torrey W. A. Meese, acting for the Hock Island to spend a few days
local street railway company. It con iwiib relatives and friends.
n a grant of franchise to the Trt-1 C. I. Gregory, county Miperintend
y company, which includes prrniis- j r,f school;-, went to Macomb on
.1 for ccnstructlon cf a combined i Thursday to atund a conference of
: on and railroad bridge io Camp-!,lle county .superintendents.
a free trial so that you can heat it and play it in your owi home
I know that there "IV
thousands of rople FS
have never heard the genuine hols less Victor victrola. w. tnere
only one way to convince peopl that the Victrola is su. erior una
that Is to let them actually see ail hear this remarkable nstrument
for themselves. That Is why I aft: making tnis oner.
I . j . - i.
If You Want to Keep the Vidtrola: JrSrToroy::
I 'may do so. Either remit us the plciln full, or if you pref r. we will
t allow you to pay it on the easiest? iind of payments.
5 Our Easy PaymentFlan: J?? VZ S'iS
terms so Hieral that you never notice the pay-
very small and our
pppp.just sign this connor now and mall
t"'.to us. I will send u our Victor
Talking Machine and Vietrolatnfalcgue. the
very latest list of Victor records and our
free trial certificate entitling y4u to
this grand offer. Sign this coupdw
or 6end postal or letter now
No obligations, get catalogue.
Cut out and
Arthur P. Griggs,
121 E. Second St.,
I v.'i d r. a i;n ;
t e: lair.' -d lie
i or? o! ;-''.
! ( en.
i: el ec I io :'
tier of 111 !!
!!. i'. i.-.o
A i.io: e-o-
. r rt.
ar-iros;- d l.y her
and N'eilte, en-
f Ti:. Hauc'h-
.it t!" .-e trains, equipped
o f. tfei'd t rli e.)ir.:t earn
ped wiili nr.ic! ica i!y ev-
M't, v, ill be v. i i . led
; t xr.ress t r.iio
: i s v, l.' hav nato
co d Sari Fran; iseo
tolats on the unn
, t. hours j : I v K -
Ti.e?e trains wili ;
i.s'and. The new bridge viil re-'
ioduct that is no-.v the 1.--cennection
with the main-
i a : ' ' ' : i . i v
.:: 1 :. -. -.
: - l d!
i.ii o da.
at pr. senf
on at t!.
and in e-. o:y resp
ti-ev v ill be il
fat ! or
v- i .
n !h aad fit'. 1;
! Pas as her
('. Iblote of
l.P.d one fool
So why not
'0 a package
iia;?Tj Li m ! ted
"The Memory Lingers"
Postum Cereal Company, Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
"'.'. ... ;! not only see that til
'(;. .ii '; I on v.e 4xpei t tu take a
.o a-, if :'..: i:aics are tna'dc
i) :-'.;, aid it . . ' hi ih" great :
cci fort," fcc.id Mr Fort 'cceiitly, "hi
we ah " "-id S' C thai llo-y have over
';.'. i t .. -,r to s'T-uro first !:.
icealb, ; :: ; at r. tad' o Mdiirh wiil !
ea o'e eOiomloit 10 the poekei b : .:.
"As a ham; do of v. Ii.it the on'oni
'nay .; eet here i. ik menu taken a
random 'n pi one ot the cards shie
v.e hav-' i :o! tu'' t-afd;
half ;n i Men
Ha::' or 1 a .-on
K). s I'etati es.
ee. is jast r.r, cents.
i add!; Ion to that, if to
a t carry their ov.
v :.i iiive them coTe e e
a i to a' 0. ..-0. in our
: ic.s no'ldpg is f
F-.an L'a ci.nts, but. in
did diners Rtticles of fooit
...I'd tor rents, and a fid!
ling t-ei.;.. may be h&d d'
:o. hair" a dollar."
r. Fort made known his
train tl.er wet.iii
run co'i.'io'.-t rxenrsions
: I'1 to Ajiiil 11 arrang
;n v.; ice c.i rs v.-hicl-, vco
;n ');'ahi to i : :..rt witii rh
r. m that paengerb n a.v
: d iiii-s,. cars in i heir home towns
1 ride tl.rei:i.'h to their destinations.
i:oi:g the reads ni.ioh will do this
;l:e Ncnhwe.-iurn. the Chi'-a :o,
!'-a-.:. e' S: St. Paul, the Roeh
:d au'i tr.e Illinois Central.
Hoises, Routed. InvosMga
i' n Satuiday afterno ni brooavt' out
"r.e fact til -it I.e iv r' hoeii 's have oc-
, i liru .1 o- (iiiapoeiis islaad aniongi
i i:. snmi..er h.o'n-. s. Sevd al ho'iic.
i:a ve 1j( en enti re. 1, and judging lrom
tie: articles -toleti, boys have -en
, i.i:hj . The homes of W. A. Moose, G.
A. Sballberg, lie v. .fohanson and the
t A'u bouses belonging t. 1 lemma base
I. a e hecn entered and f;n..'l! i.rtich s
aken. I";em now on, watch will be
i.ept en the ialand and bojs found j F04 ,..
around th.e hon'es will 'be
ailed to task. Some damage was
i.c;:c to ihe north t r.r.re vli, ;F the ice
' went cut two weeks ago. Part or the
Mrs. (). C. Ciine of It nek Island
t bore Thursday evening for Jov
to fj end a few days with her aunt.
Mr;. Kliza. Odell who is ill.
Mrs. Harry Simpson h is suilicienf
ly li'eosered front her recent opera
tion o retnin to her borne af'er a
.tay of four weeks in th.e Gaiesburg
T r ii ... .. i v. - . . ,
i j. .!. Aiooiiia;; oi ko'r isianu, wno
iha.-, L en visiting bis daughters, Mrs.
ejootc Hunt and .Mrs. J . T. Mitchell
for some time, went to Viola Friday
to visit relative's.
Mrs. J. Posh Frown bad the mis
fortune to have her hand burned
Th erode v by an explosion of gaso
line, while blacking the kiuben
The mixture exploded and
Arthur G. Griggs
PUa-e send me.
without any obli
gations your 1911
Victor Victrola and
Talking. Machine cat
alogue, lint of Victor
records and free trial l
certificate er titling tn to
your grand ciTer. I
burned the interior of the kitchen.
The Woman's Koreign Miss;onry
rocie'v hf-ld mi interesting meeting
on Thursday at the home of Mrs. 1).
was Ptu lying railroad maps even tnen.
"It's g"t the Itest haror on the
lake." he naid. "The Pennsylvania
road has got to buy it."
Tie started to build a Mg grain ele
vator aud to improve the track. A fevr
mouths later he dinapiear?d from his
oflb-e for several days and returneil
with a cheek for $'0n,00. He had
sold his road to the Pennsylvania rail
road. "They had to have it," he said.
"They wiw it an soon am I showed it to
"P.ut I saw it first," he added. Mc
tlfit ever mortal man witnessed. Tie
bounds hunted the tea n and Its ovfer
hard to Newmarket, od with soft a
smash into the lun yardfthe
whole lot went th:it tlj re was no f ore
cojicb left and little Vnore of lver.
Iird Orford took to 1 1 r:w atteilhst
;r:"oiate boat lauoir.g in from. of t-red a. Heel.
ven'e cottage was entirely torn out i -r. and Mrs. Perrv Whali v of
..::: Lbs disappeared. Other boat! ni;ek Hill., S. n., and M. L.
iar li.igs were also domacd ct:nsld- whab-y of Kewanee were viniting '
i "Aod tie
t . ;, ' i re;
.' !-el:i .
I -i .if .' . ; .
at a b-s :
t! . S'- s' 1 !
may i si
no a!, i; . ;.j
no tii.-.re t i
V- I.e.! .
Tb.r.., fo.- t
h: es wit!.; h
CLituary Record. Mrs. Ib-iM.a An
: s-a-.n, mother of Mrs. C. E. Kneberg
f this -ity, died yesterday. Her
v.h result; d from a i'iood clot which
io:d in her heart aa result of an
id.. r.t a fiort time ago when she
lured one of her hips. She fell on
marble Moor of a bathroom, caus
the injury. She was born in Swe
Ju!y 23, 1S27, and was married in
1-J2. Mr. and MrF. Anderson came to
America in JR67, settling in An lover
m-'t later movi.ig to Eynn Center. He
va; killed 42 yca.H ago while assist
Merer r county relatives last week.
Mr. and Mrs. V.'ha'ey will also f-peiid
a f-w days in Itook Island before
their return home. They were call
ed here by the death of Mrs. Whitl
Mr. and Mrs .1. F. Wi'ter of Rock
Isand find Miss Loota Wharton of
M di'v w ere re. on Airdo visitors at
the ! race of Mrs. Samuel Wharton.
?i!ss Helen McKinney has returned
to Hock Island from her recent vis
it wirit friends in Aledo.
Mrs. H. Perkins of Milan has re
turned to her home after a stay of
a few days at the home of Mrs. John
ing in tuiidir.g the Burlington branch w ,!0 lfa
You Can Bank m
A. Cooke hns re
turned from Springfield.
Mr. and Mrs. James Walls left Sat
urday for Hock I f-' 1 h ti rl to vifcit
Masses Fare Lewis, Nell N'-sbitt
! end liuth Wibits went to Pock Island
, .Saturday ar.d wiil aleo visit a fw
'days in Daenport before their re
A Funny Chass.
Lord Orford, an eccentric English
nobleman, once had a team of red deer
utags that he frequently drove to a
light coach. All went well nntil one
day there happened to be a pack of
fttaghound8 on the road from London
to Prlghtou, along which Lord Orford's
picturesque team was merrily fleeting.
There followed the strangest chase
An Inscription by I trhs Lffb.
My friend's uoc ltd ia hli enrly
days been a fell r, jrlc with Jhurle
Ijunb. I remen !'i r m showlig me a
Uek whbli had ln given hl:rj by
Lamb, wiih a very t ijiblike ius riptlon.
It was a "I'dile of Interest," and on
the flyleaf was written:
"Wi'lhiiii Tbomns Keith, from
Chtrli-4 Limb. In thin book, unlike
nto t others, the further yon progrc.-
the more t!ie interest increase." Hd-n-'Ui
To Prevent tnc Grip
La?aive ilromo 'iumit) o ren ovra th'
cause. There is only " "I:i' mu Qul
nlr.e." LeMik for h.RU tire ' K. W.
Grove. 2.1 ( enis.
-Healthful and Nutritious
i-."' " " " -e
will find they can eat hot breads, cake
or pastry if made with
Mr .and Mr;n Mark Canum were
Eni cf th Tril.
"I led a reel oti .e!: with a roll of;
ldl's In 1; a fe-v v ee'-;s ago." Char"'?'
toil--on toi ": -.. " I c.iiodv nuke a ixm .
.cLot it cr. 1 tell the papers, but it ,
v-;i3 n.-ro tL-n I cou'd erTord to Icr?. j
Sj I rnt a do e tjve en it. lie $!ui n ,
In of que- .i '.-.s. 1 oke-i wise and sa!J
Lo'd re; - it l i a day or two. VV".
flrov-t t "i:' c d'ty .la-cr I fontd that
pocketbee k v- Lore I had midaid it. I
rejoiced c xt eeCiagly, and then I called
tip the detective aeucy to confess.!
The Kletieh scemci disgtisted- 1
eiacr t :C:
Fue the Treatment Before You Pay
For It Your Druggist H?s a Free
Sample Package for You.
KF.r.oy jusr.Pv f.rr.iliio" ln-
d'wih :t. Vcr'ur.iesa treated protsptlv ; Island Saturday to spend reveral
by the rijfht method they usually end i iHVg wtrh her son. Eve ret Bchafer.
aKvrVy .a:ff-rrr from k!dr,ey or Ibid-! John Tiute went to Hock
trouhk nr.y''-.iick sr-lcrce fir 'h J Fatvrrtay to visit relatives.
n .e ircatut'-ri t. nr. ue-roy latr.cy i
Reek island vi gors Ha'urJay.
Mrs. F. L. Hchafer went to lioek
r WH OL ESO Ki
The only Lakinp; powder tli.t makes focxl litfht,
nourishing and easily digestwl. It also costs less
than other high grade powders.
5 Cents Per Pound
care!c3 of you,'" he fle-d.
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.d Plala Dealer
To Conserve Your Health
Take Red Circle Pills
They arouse your liver. N&tcre will da the rs. Best Liver,
Kidney and Stomach Remedy on czb. No cut-sea. to gtirir.g; do cot
interfere with your dally work. Will relieve th.e n:r.Jt;ri:y of chronlj
complaints, the most of which are caueed from torpidity of the iiver.
Or;; one pill fcr a dose; 24 &os.s, 25 cents. c?oid at
Sydney Siriith's Criticism.
The f rory li told In Mr. Brry
O'Erien'i? berk ca John Bright hew ca
.):.! c-cccslz?. Sydney Bniitii, v. hi'.e look
its' crltlra'dy at the cnfisLEbod portrait
of a ee'e'-rated r.nv:oriforn:Iit (JIt!?. !
fill to the artist. ' Do yon not think
you could throw into the face a
.'dr. and Mrs. M. J. Merryitian
ttarted Saturday for Hot Hpr!n;s,
.' :k. to stay to or three wee' s.
Mi::? Marguerite Lane returned to
Contains No Alum
Louis on Saturday after
several day in Aledo.
Mrs. J. H. Terry went to Gaiesburg
micy to tn'rr tine iioEpital
dergo a surgical operation.
try of Hfirrimar,'! First Purchase of j
a Hsdrcid. i r
One moniuz in th early eighties O
He: ;irna-i walhed into t.s ordiee and ft
withvi'it siJ rreviru warninz sn-
AVV ITS STRONG POINT.
Be Genero as With
Yoa have been "good" to your fr -nds for a long time, you baro
been a spender, no one ever called y ,u penurioug, or clot,, or tlht.
P.ut what have you to ibow in return? ' I
Why not be a "good fellow" to yt
a ?ro rr-mark-o
i .. 3"rlr;.- Kiilfy P!
i-tle. The -iaJ!.-Oteii
c-.-i-t-y Mn tit.l rivrr.i of. Kor
etronpe-r exressn of fcostl'.ity to th2l?u ,Tt'-rl " Tl? n. r-an:it '
' r.ot.;.ei tlie piircuse Oi nis L.rsi rati
".'h'.-re'd you gtt the money for it?"
! asked Lis paricer.
"Nevt-r Biiid; I frt it," said Ilarri-
C ;rt I'crcs.
mrr.erti n-hen ths rr.!i ! I
died by Crf h
Uh tnei call ccn- i
i t-. .-:!e-n
our ppth v.dth trtr:
- f.it'.-lnp etet cf geiur
t.-i siixv..'' j f jr on.., you itiv b.-.cK i
r.Ini. hiadJ'-r p.tii. Hrlj'fit a 11::p j(!'-.
li.-.ti"tr-!, or rti?u?r.atliin:i In .iny ,'flr.T, ,
! r. r wi.rrv tn instant ior.;-,.. i Ij
n'-r .'r;i 1 ,s ieni j.t r. a pr..-k-"- e.i Ir. '
nr..-.- s. KUw.v J'iils- S:) pi.U
t', i;. ..' trat!itit Si cnls. or dirc-ct,
Jr.. 3i -rL-y etciiic.ae Co., Kitten iir.p- I
rtr.t to rrov r.r?t tf.at a"'
; . rvc:0.i ::r ..try-, t'ii y"i.r .
u,' te' 'yvu ;i if.: 3tnele'
-Try tltra and be ceiivied. I
The road ws the Sudu Pay aad
Semthern, mnn.ng from Lake Ontario
to ttsiri?y. N. Y. It was thirty-four
miles long a lid c-xiu-1 t .vo crii pied y
coCijiivcs, tvvej r,a.-M.--ir cars and -eu
"it isn't evea a real good 6treik of 'O
ru-:." S..-13 a man v. ho looko l over it (J
Open a Savings Accouht with Thii
atd turn your genere.eity to your ow account andcr d t
T I li. m i . , '
iioj itnuiu. win mow up in a snort tiaie, and of a moit
nature at that.
He good to yourself. Begin tcday. )
r a time?
4 Interest Paid on Savings
Checking accounts solicited. J Safety Boxes 1'.
172 Second Ave.
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