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TIIF T?OC TSL.AXl) ARGUS. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1012.
G RMDT J HQML PROBLEM r A 'jr, V execution of the younger brothers who murdered Colonel Davenport I two days after her marriage. t Dear Mrs. Thompson I am coirs with a man whom I love and Le sys he loves me, but he never a.-ks to come to my home to tee me. Will you please advise me how to Invile. Llm? Should you talk to a be.au as you do to a fclrl friend, cr should ou te'.l Mm that you loe him letter th:.a anyone elbt? What is an inte;.. "i: -k subject to talk about? Lli.i.Ii-. liiNite the youri man to come to your home and meet yo;.r J t.re-nts. He should have utked you lor '.Lis rlvllege, but perhaps he bus been too bhy or thoughtless. K.ery i.i' e young man want to visit a Kirl in her home. Don't be gushy with 8 be-riu. and never, never tell l.im you love. !. ;::i better than anybody else unie-s he alths you to marry him. Then it's time enough to tell l.im that ji.u love hiiu. Don't tell him f ' !: n after that either. Let him do tie telling. Talk to your beau naturally about matters that Interest born of you. Read the new spapers and 'u wii! ami In theiu plenty of tbii.-a t-. t....: about. Lead your y, ui.tr man to talk about hin.se'.f and 1:1s n'Tair. That will be InteresMni' t'i h:m ;u.d 1f you love him, will liit.rest oj uIho. Tear Mri. Thompson r J i I am engaged to a young men w! om I lu . very dearly and 1 would i.ot like ci hurt his feeling, but h- !.:; a !...' I do not like-, mill tint Is. be w;..-.. to hug aid kiss me all the time vt :. n we nr. alone together. I do no' think It In proper, us it will be ;i ivd while before we are married, bo you know a good way to break bin; of this habit without making h;m feel offended? 2) Mow often and when i-ho-iM a young man kii-s a t'irl when tl., are engaged (3 1 U It proper for the girl to kl:s the young man when he asks her. It pi '"If X 1 i IGE DONATED 8Y CITY TO W.C.T.U. WITH MRS. SCHNICK. THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR So ciety of the Aiken street church held j its regular meeting Monday evening at J the heme of Mrs. c. J. Schnick, lcso Drinking Barrels Meet With Fourteenth street. There was a good Atmroval of RnmTnianinT, a aiieiiUmic e oi me. uiruiicio oi:m .m-..-,, j busim-ss was transacted. The young j pec pie enjoyed a social session and the hosU as served refreshments. Arrange-( . nunts ar being made for a special ; FOUNTAINS TO COME LATER meeting of some sort for the next time. Request Is Granted. 7 but no definite plans have been an nounced. r.ot, what fhculd fche say? i 4 i Do you think jealousy is true h. i ; irl !" w l.cn o.v old slioi.; i : l.e i i .' a.-t '.' 1 I Do i.ot Me him r..ui :i ion are c:-.:ite r:ti;i iu i;.uib. it a that an e:.-M--J -o::pIe fehouid r.ot. en.bra'-e atid ki. too much. It i.- tl.e s-urot wa ( t.iak::.g them tir e,i of i t!:er. , Married folks rnr.'t sta:.:! t-.o h of it. either, i Ask jour t.iiiicce to respf; t your a!g M'y a lifie more. ACME SOCIETY. THE ACME SOCIETY OF GRACE Lutheran church held its regular meet it.g Monday evening at the home of Miss High Cost of Crystal Comes Into De Ixte Dealers Maintain Lofty Pinnacle, Still. That until such time as the city will Louise Uhlmann, w ith a good : be able to install bubbling drinking number cf the yoin:g ladies present. k ne sa itcutine busienss w as transacted and a i-odal session followed. The hostess served refreshments. AT FEJERVARY PARK. M!sS MARJORIE HEAD AND MRS. J. H. Wallace were hostesses this : morning at Fejervary park, entertain ing for Mrs. Arthur Dineen as a post- ',' ' " .. . ' nuptial courtesy and for Miss Edna our.L- n.an lor wanting to Kl.-s the ' , , . . . . i-:rl b- i.- -::'.'-ig.ni to as much and as of - n ':e can. There isn't any rule for this. It nil dopf rids upon i Co rriV.M' r.e.- z.U thf.inpplvcs. t,llt the :: od'e. T t-itl w ill discourage too mix h MS LYDIA L. BOWER OF j scouted. As soon as possible, foun j;!. s;r .. Rock Island and William W. Hovey j tains will be installed at prominent ( (' w ht.il he "u'o'iiuii eir uiaincu uimuc... i jieiuis iii me euy. cuiniiiissioiier nari Meier of Denver, Col., who is visiting her parents and friends in Davenport and Moline. HOVEY-BOWER. fountains it will aid in the mainte nance of the W. C. T. V. drinking bar rels, was the consensus of opinion of the municipal commission yesterday when a communication from the pres ident of the temperance organization was received, asking that the city do nate money for the payment of ice to be used in the coolers. A resolution by Commissioner Archie Hart providing that the amount be allowed was passed with unanimity. The abolition of the water barrels in other cities because of their unsanitary condition was a: .-:s you 1 love him? I 4 l No. (."r !,;:'".( -of course! Don't vou LI r. i A cirl is of ace when she Is old, in property matters. .,-' s'.'.i'-s a cirl is. of marruigp- ' i'ii which means that ' n si. i- Is 1 she is lejnUy tilde i.arry wrhout hT parents con- afternoon by Justice Schroeder. They i stated that he would see to it that the barrels are cleaned at least once a week and that germ-killing processes I are employed m the work. HIGH COST OF CnYSTAL. Tnpidenf nit v lha smt tf fn mn Aiicustana Kndowmeut Fund society Jr,, ,i' , ... .,, . , ' . into the question along with tho propo wiW be held Wednesday afternoon at' . ..,, , . L':;:o at the home of Mrs. E. L. Lund-br-rir, 4 1 2 U Seventh avenue. Mrs. w ill make their home at 251C Fifth ave nue. SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. THE JI LY MEETING OF THE li r ..i thin ;t his I n ii s-i- et I t ';:i !; si at u 'rl:on:sori What do n ! n who won't take hi n lie meets a woman M. T. h a mnn has very bad Will .lohiisei and Mrs. Will Lantau will insist the hostess. The topic will bo Rugs and Floor Coverings." Mrs. I. O. Nothstein will be the leader. i sition, and report was made of unsuc cessful conferences with ice dealers In an effort to have them lower the cost of the crystal from $4 to $3.50. As has been the Instance in other cities, the dealers refused to listen to any talk of a decrease, was the report. mat. ; eis. He is lucking In respect f j r his own mother when he does not hoi. r t :, I i 7" V U O': '1 ! i Tor knew: I at to ; in ;r !ti;ii.te! I i.-,;,i Ijle motherhood in j : ::. i.o excuse for any man j enough to take o;T his' woman with whom he is. OPINIONS FROM GAMPS ON RATES RESIGNATION OF A PASTOR ACCEPTED The resignation of Rev. E. T. Mc Farland was accepted last night by the official board of the Memorial Christian church and is to take ef fect Sept. 1. The action of the board is to be ratified by the congregation A J ... .. Camp clerks of the Modern Wood men eociety have received blanks for i a l.eiition for a referendum vote on I the rates adopted by the head camp ieithur tomorrow evening or next Sun- lat I'hu'auo last Januarv. together with ua '"" ie ieBuiur Berv ices. nev. .wit ariauu is 10 go uacu the following communication from the executive council of the organization: Head oriices, M. W. of A., Rock Is land, 111.. July , 1012. Esteemed Neighbors; Heii tofore no legal authority in the statutes of the various states, or in .ue u-'s "nr ici, nas exisieu, , Fj d f Flahtina. j permuting or authorizing a refereii- ; John M(.r,inlev, w ho took a change ; (. iin v oi e of the membi rship upon the ;,.....,, , ... , ,..,.. - .,... !in icuut Hum nit: i nun in .MaKiliatt: C. J. Smith yesterday, was fined $10 to St. Louis from which city he came three years ago. He has accepted a position as field agent and evangelist of the American Christian Missionary society of the central west. His headquarters will be at St. Louis. LEATH CHURCH. TIIK MARKI.U.!-: OK MIS.; .II1N ul lilt Church, daughter of Mr. ..in! Vis u Williiuu V. Clnmh, 1 IJ" Fir si nue, to John S. I.eath, was iclehi: ;- ,. ed Monday ufterinMin ut - o cii r. .:i i t the 1 loine of th bride ; paii i.'s, i Rev. tinitnil'ic H. Ihtwoo! nf 'ii. ,. It y Kpimopal ihuri li. Tie ..;,.'. Was una' lellded aud i-r.! a s..:. .1 t company of immediate ich.tiws w.. , present. The bride was prettily i, gow ned In a dress of uibronlen d , ,, boptUte, trimmed with hue. and s'.r . cnriled a bridal bouUet of pl.'.k an.! white heet leas. Cnra were laid for 1C nt the wcildiii.t iumh.i ii Serveil ufter the ceremony. Ti. . bride colors, pink and white, were '" carried out wi'h jink and wl.iu i;ir- ' nations and I and n.. '1 ' ' bridal couple ieit fer a we l i.: t tr:,' ' to KUln und I'lmnKo. The w;:' -: make their home lu Rock Island e:i their return. Mr. L'eath Is d.stri f at tnnnagor cf the I nittd States Health ' i and Accident Insurance ci.in; a iy i. Mn. I'ath Is well known iir.d i:ki ! c In Rock Island, liavitig made l.i-r ; home here the greater part nf hr life. Among the out cf town niKsra . present at the wedding were Mr and j. Mrs. A. J. laih. Mrs. Certrude Haw- j. kln of Elgin. 111 . au4 Mis 1 1. A. i. Mile of West Pullman. 111. ' siiaply A the a.-t was s .i : . aii'i ., tt ana r l.oi" . i. It; v. i'.l t'p- I t 1 I I':.' Ul'l i i . .v r. : n peal of any legally enacted by law. Effect ie J'U.v 1, ijii, the legisla- j ture of the state of Illinois, at its re- ' cent special session, amended the Ira- i Urnal beiieticiary law under which this soc iety is charter d, authorizing the execLtive couixll to siibniit to a referendum vote of the entire member- ship, the question of the repeal of the lt,fl ! by-laws adopted by the head camp in ! lannaiv. 11ML' tnakin? fivirir suit 11V l , ' . . . " -j ulli j.j aui:-ing i ue scneuuie or assessment ' is' v' ,,.--m t ra,1-8- m' Ci.' -1 J ills act of the legislature requires, i., i. 8 a conuitiou precedent to sucn reter- I.tl Will SItl.Ui . .ili,, .. . :'.;.iii. j.iihl; ui ufiiuuiia iioiii cainns and costs yesterday afternoon by Jus tice (1. I. Nissen before whom the case had its hearing. Mcdinley was cr rested by OlMcer Kinsley, follow ing complaint by Mrs.. Victor Kuezel. pillu remi MODEL FOR LINEN, FOULARD OR i'AttH A !'. r n tarn they Idea nuiila r and r Oct. 1 m lun k :v. aiwu j l):,o;,- i. 'U" i i.iiai Tiaot I .!. !u.;:.; lif.pie r ia a la: m ciri .'. : iu v. ill it.ieri are -. and news iii-ir i.i m MITCKELL-SCHULTZ. viu 'Nt :i::T n..- 1'1-:::n ! the w t;.;:t, cf Miss Eli.a :m Ii ih. if r.17 ( -t Ni:. tli strcit. I'.ir .i..i .1 ! "St a . iu.1 ( ;ty .. n . Mr. W '..;; . oil Miti li. il. s'.il i !' U of !'. Ea.-: ;.i t. vvl.ii h to-.k itur lay a::- rnoon i!iiaiu of Trinity i h.tir.L- a'i.1 i a i- SWANSONSW ANSON. A WEDDING THAT CAME AS A urprlso to frierds was that i f Hrl.t: Swauson, daughter of Mrs Margu. -it.1 Swanson. 1913 bixth avenae. Mvl;;n , And Reirben Eugene Swnnsoti. sea nf Mr. and Mrs. Swanson. also of Moline. which occurred last Saturday at 11 o'clock at ths home of the bride. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. H. Blanckc of Davenport. The house y, !!. I i :V 1 b- .. : t!;. . :'. U 1! rt iii.il ir. ii i. 's l.in 1;:'! "li :r .e tl., ... : rl.i;:e .-,el" as a siirpri i !. :1 J to ta ..!....! n. i . i . t arm 1 s-ut. .r- ..: the l.on r !!. ji. , si ;;' l ..::;. i ted V. it ti . CI J...; Is Th. d- h .-.u:.a i Ir ii'iei.us and -Mrs. to I ave n bride's r. Mltch.'d I:. ;t p. :id ai in atti- 1 - i' !!'. .tati. "it is proha w i.ume will be in Davenport. rt presenting lu per cent oi the total n.eiulu rshiji of the taicifcty; therefore, il your camp is in favor of this refer endum vole being taken, it may adopt a motion authorizing the consul and clerk to fill out and forward to the lc ad oihce the enclosed form of peti- . iii u. I If saih action is desired by your tarn;-, it shcciid he hid at your nox- fibular meeting and tlie petition ni'dattly mailed to Head Clerk Havs.s, at Ruck Island 111. Kx'cutive council. Modern Wood i.h ii i:f America. l!y A. R. TALBOT, head consul, '. W. HAWKS, head cicn;. This procedure in no wise interferes wi'h the present enforcement of the society's new plans and rates, or with the transfer of memlx rs thereto. This work m.y proceed without interrup tn ii. Y. P. S. MEETS THE VOI'X., I:oi'!.E'; c! :he W. Moral. :V ei;i of the !o. ii Hit it. hi r.-h:; co. w i..n. i s a j i r C.-Ute.,t I-'.' 11 of M.Mlle . , HuANCI! F. met mi mbt rs ;e reieiit i.nint; the w hi. U the was opened. The oai.g peo i n; i t.d to walk to th home ds in South Rock Island, C. T. '.g. the uide it) il. test ntert. a-rn i e i t Brown's Business College OPEN ALL SUMMER New Class Starts July 8 Dr. Marshall iml Cl:ic40 lentil itunp.uiy lie inovcil frvjiii SiVidel's drug; Mojv to Rooms 29-31 lilchei! S Lynie Eoilin5, orr Sliite buk ITUi aud '2d Ar. iituz -7 -Jt-r.-i .... tut ti. ) inc.. ia :.t wmtaer made th.s ir.i-.irai t.cal. ai.d il.ty we:.t 10 the home ,.:' Mis Etta R.''ger. lill Tl.irt-sec-, ond street . I heu a pit r.io l:uh ciijii.d at ai'oi.t 7 o'clock, and the 1 e cLii j; .fii r a . lis was s;K'i:t socially. music, sir.sii. and ctlur diversions ' ; a.-;: c awyy a iltasai.t eveninp. The' i xt riiii'r.r t.nC!..i of the branch 'Will !v hell July 15 with Miss Hazel 11. rtu ia. 1410 Th.rty-secot.d street, CELEERATE ANNIVERSARY. MR. AND VRs. W. W. FHARE. 27 1 Thirtitatli a;enue, Moline, par etits of M:s. O. ('. s?ujfdley cf RovU ;l;.:iil. a: ' c 1 .'rat.aj t.;i.r "tli wed il:n n.;. ! 'ersary at their l".otil tod:-y. Thoir n.ai.y frier.iU are conratulat- ' us tl.t .a liou ; .:ssu: through o ij '-" r y,.v if m-rr.i a . !4.'u. h fully '.: A h.-rr:l Mr. 1'l.aro Is 87' li. . a:s .: .,. a:.i Mrs. i hare is S4 b. are sjayin pood r. 1'hare v.i;ne-j i the- CALENDAR SHOWS THE ARRIVAL OF DCG DAYS Dopgone doR days have come at last, us is eviden'.ed by the calendar and em; hasized by the, temperature cf the weather. City ordinance provides that lanir.is must be muzzled and properly tatid i.t this season of the yi-ar. or take a little trip to the "happy hunting grounds." Commissioner Archi" Hart has issued orders that all dusts, re tariiiess of size, breed or appearance, , if they wear no muzzle 1 the doi; catcher, taken to jail, and un- j lss called for within a few davs sin-' t.nc.d to death via the leaden mes senger route. And eo by closing your (i.'s mouth with the muzzle placed ptcperly mot hnns around his neck for an ornament, says the commission er). ou will prolong his life. PLAY yOJSAFE' S "'h, inactivX 1 4 A j 9 1.5.TETTEH'S 71 1 111 - r; t . c . 1 .'1 . Start Tlay All IrnKjnft Pi h mmmrn i 1 I VWfS9 a - in k I. m V : nil 1 K L.J m lr-an. 7 -dsssai msw JULY 4th TOGGERY Why Well Dressed Men and Women Purchase Here Style a small word yet how high it looms on woman's horizon. Young & Mc Combs' choice of summer styles have marked advantage of it a unique individ uality that lifts them out of the commonplace into an exclusive class of their own. American women are critical and discriminating: they have It in their power to make or mar the success of a garment. They have made a marked success of the garments chosen by Young & McComb8 for this summer hy approving of their style. Every woman within a 75-mlle radius joins in paying homage to their merits. They extol their faultless fit; praise the beauty of form and destinctlve designs; they have given them the recognized stamp of their approval. Independence Dinner 50c Wednesday, July 11 to 2. Keserve tables by phone. Haberdashery We will also serve regular !JOc and -."c dinners. Kadishes Combination Salad llaketl Chicken Dressing Xew Wax lieui's, Trench Sijle Creamed Cauliflower French Fried Potatoes Apple Dumplings l'ie t ake Coilee Tea Iced Ten Suirl Mdk Diiiteriiiilk There Is keen satisfaction when a fellow remarks, "That's a nobby shirt your wearing." A lasting sat isfaction that your haberdashery is right as well as neat appearing. Young & McComba' prices are Just a little better than the other stores because we believe In sellian quantity and quality at smaller profits rather than little merchandise at a large prollt. Men's soft negligee shirts with soft detachable col lar and French cuffs, made from plain color highly mercerized shirting material. A neat and dressy shirt for hot weather regular $2.00 value, special for Wednesday $1.39 Men's negligee shirts, coat style, attached cuffs, mado from line quality percale, newest patterns, absolutely fast colors, regular $1.00 value 79c Men's mercerized soft collars in plain and striped, regular 1 lie for Wednesday only Qq Wilson I'.ios.' pure thread silk hos reinforced heels and toes, regular 00c value, special, pair 39c Our Store will Not be Open Wednesday Evening Closed All Day Thursday, July 4. Where futility is the Chief AtLruUon a (Yl frSCCt IJLAti J. ILL., S3 NURSE DEMANDS GROW; THE PUBLIC MUST ASSIST ASSOCIATION IS IN NEED OF CONVEYANCE TO ANSWER CALLS HOT WEATHER INCREASES WORK. AMONG THE POOR. iicr lit a pracucai .udei Ir llneo, fouiard. tali el a. tic It U her w--velopca In tuu ibobaic. x'Ue aklrt la cut ttj ailgbUjr ia ika t jot, discloalng plaited aecuun. A mult elf-band piped Jrlth gTeea aUK aor rouoda lha ak'rt. Tha top of Uia ikirt ia piped wtfi ano. abero It ta attached to tu UL The work of the Visiting Nurse as sociation has grown so rapidly aud to such tartling proportions in ti.e past two or three months that the ladies who feel the responsibility of the suc cess of the association on their shoul ders are becoming rather worri -d and feel that unless contributions ot either monetary or other practical nat ire are coming 60on, they will be lot fed to abandon much work which na'urally politau Insurance company, $G.5Q; amount spent for milk, eggs and medi cine, $0.81. Iinens and articles loaned Rubber ring, two hot water bags; 12 abdom inal binders, 20 shoe's. 12 pillow cases, H gowns, 15 nets sterilized ma ternity pads supplied. The regular monthly meeting of the as-soi iatioii was lieid Monday at the horn.,- of Mrs. C. E. Sharpe. 1011 Twen tydirt street, with a larne number of the members in attendance.. Month ly reports were, heard, snowing inu i jthe liuihe had made ou r one hundred i inore calls this month than she liad ; (during the previous ruonib. The in- I crease in Hie w ork is probably duo to j ith': hot weather. . j I Donations were received during the, fnll u-irhin their mriiiiclinn M,.r...v of course, is needed, and the n. ed is """i!h from Mt ( cunz' iibe rry, not one which can be met in any other I Mrs ' E- "'"'"l"'. Mra. Kn-tiK.i.. Mrs. f I'. t omeirys, .viib.-i i-'i'i". way. Furthermore, a conveyance of some kind is needed. Whether it be bugy, or touring car, they do not care, but some c invey ance they must have, and tha" toon. Acccrdinply, they ask that anyone who has some f.uch article let their Redd a: Iiollman laundry. -Mrs. m. Cas'eel, Standard fil Cioth coirijiany. Iir. Hollowbiish, Dr. .S'cci.r. Hible CovLmint class of th. M I- hirh. Mrs Voss. Dr. Dart. Jr.. Muedi.-r Dr. D' Silva, RiK'k Island I"- :om;iny. Empire Ire company. Mrs. Kit! roan. Mrs Iienri. Mrs. Remi'-V. N'i.-H Klsb Dr. Ostrom. Dr. Ko SPEEDING BOAT STRIKES A TREE Speeding down Rock river at a rate, oi over 2'i miles an hour, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kalzmann and child bad a nar row escape from death liust night, wh'-n taeir motor boat struck a floating ' -ei- with te rrific force, throwing thf ree high into the air, and disabling he boat. They were able; to r' (5aia he shore without further mishap, and are today thunklhg their lucky star for their fortunate escape. i.ow Mrs generosity be know a at The Ar-us cif- nd l,.rr.hv trt tV... nurtin . StOCll.er. tion, or to Miss Oil,, care of Tl.omaa r H''-,r,,Jr- Asso-i-d ( :s;,t A-t Drug store, or tedephone 777-Y. The Mm. T. . Murphy. Norrno.le s ll-.er Ul II'1"! " " ,t moi.th.-. I The Choice of a Husband ! is too important a matter for a wc- j man to be handicapped by weakness, bad blood or fonl breath. Avoid j these kill-hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills. Xew strength, fine com- j Flexion, pure breath, cheerful spir its things that win men follow i their use. Easy, safe, sure, 25 cents, tail druggists. hiieirv which Mrs. Marv Rohin&..n ; Silver l ross circnj nated two years ago is about ready '''rs to fchirffle off this mortal coi: ami ! Th'1 nummary of the therefore some substitute is nece ssury, ! work follows: and that quickly. 'j Assistant nurse. K, fill 'lays; a! Miss Giles, the visiting nurse, will ' ance of ime, one-half 'lay; cads, receive a much needed vacation dur. ; 5S pati-ms; l' doctors. Wiliiatn.-v I lug the month of August and fcn as-: Silva. Sto ker, Ostrom. A say, Ko sistant nurse will be retained to take!s- R HaU- ,u'!"rH- I-1"1- B"' k; ( : iiy. her place during her absence. This A say. Ifhri,-r, M.ii:er. Rmvf-li entails additional expense, am the Snively, Hir.rr;an: 21 f-i:m-r jan-: In. Broadway I-adiea' Missionarr soH.tv ! 37 t w pa'b :.ts, thr-- dismi- d; and the Helpers circle of I:in' three transferred to care of fa All the newj a.n rne time The Argus. WHEN YOUR FEET ACHE F rom forr.. Tin: I'm ". Sor- or CatPms HlU'tH li.i.il" TH, l,fX i,T tlKiit Kll-ii l. Al- l'ii I-'int tl.e ai.'li' ptl.' i ow'l'-r ti, ,: i,.ik' n Irito th" h!.i . will Klv Inntant ri -lief. It I the unitnit oni f'.rt dlf-overy of tco ai-. Hold every where. 2"f. Ixiti t ' pt any sui,?tl tute. 'i,r free rarrip'K: addrek, All'-n H. fjlnit-;,'!, I.e lioy, M. V. BUS . Daughters have donated funds toward : one'transf-rn-d to Moli.ie hospita the- ravment cf the salarv of the aa-'transferred to Watertove n ho- 1 sistant ncTSf. Further heln. however ! or.e transferre-d to ear-; i ia rtnntred and ar.v eeneroirT on t, I nt'Tse: one. sent ,to jpart of the public will be f-reatly ap-j,;i,'1; 1& recover, ipreciated and duly acknowledged. Arnc.unt coile. of pra St. Ixc:in: 1 ;i r'mainir.i; d, iZl.h'r, r: ; il We Sell Penn Oil & Supply com pany's oil. Silver Leaf auto oil. No carbon, no trouble. None better. KLOCKAU Auto' & Carriage Co. hUU--iitli St. ami Fourth Ave. a-TOTTTtfTwreimwM. . mum, vm. 1 1