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Burlington Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Burlington, Iowa The Burlington Gazette monday april 23, 1923. Res voters vote Bond Issue to provide for modern building. Stronghurst 111., april 23.�?at the school election held last saturday it was voted to build a new school a visit at the Loren Morey Home a Ija week. Meredith Lovitt has purchased a Hudson car. L. E. Andrews returned Home from Chicago after a few Days visit. Estel Mudd resigned his position at the meat Market and is employed As bookkeeper for the Mudd motor company. C. R. A. Marshall and son Henry spent a few Days with or. Marshall s son Glen at Edwards 111. C. H. Curry of this place was reelected As chairman of the Henderson county Board of supervisors at Oquawka last tuesday. City election. Tuesdays election was quite exciting although everything went burning building starts Kun flux klan Story in fort Madison. It. Madison april 23.�?the mystery we Iii surrounded the weird appearance of a flaming Cross on the House on the old site. Or. G. E. Along calmly. The result was As Illinois Hills opposite the business Chandler was re elected As a member of the High school Briard and c. H. Davis As member of District no. So. Board arrangements will soon be made for the placing of the Bonds for the new school House so that work on the new school building w ill be started. Personals. Mrs. Ella Griffiths enjoyed a visit from her brother Henry Curry of Blandinsville. Miss Grace Simmons has taken a position As operator at the Telephone offic it i. And mrs. Ernest Putney Are the Arents of a son born to them recently. Mrs a. B Chase her son and Jex Keck of it. Madison were week wife of Burlington were guests at in 1 visitors with her parents or. Follows for Village president c. E. Poet jr., 144 j. W. Decker 50. For Village trustees g. W. Worley 95 e. R. Grandey 58 a. E. Moore 137 c. L. Decker 68 Robert Ingerson 150 m. E. Beardsley 58. For Village clerk. C. M. Bell 116 t. G. Simpson 73. Or. C. E. Foot will by our next Village president and a. E. Moore Robert Ingerson and g. W. Morley will be Norw members of the Board and c. M. Bell will be Village clerk. The successful candidates Are All Good men and understand How to handle the affairs of our Village. _ Bonaparte a. Bonaparte april 23.�?mr. And mrs. The Spiker Home sunday. Mrs. John Staley. Or. And mrs. Cavins and mrs. Vern Woods were Burlington shoppers wednesday. A Large crowd is expected from the surrounding towns to be present on Opportunity Day which will be held Here wednesday april 25. The different merchants Are offering suitable prizes and other bargains. The Stronghurst band will give a and mrs. W. E. Mitchell. Charles Grimm of. Des Moines visited Here several Days last week at the m. J. Smith Home. Misses Mjnnie May Dixfield and Ruth Beggs of Troy visited Here Over sunday with miss Louise Stebbins. Mrs. Charles Erlsman has returned to her Home at grand Ridge 111., after a several Days visit at the mrs. Free concert in the evening at 7 30 i Angeline oms Home of clock in Cresap has gone to Kan or. And mrs. Henry Walker Are the Sas City mo., where he will attend proud parents of twin boys born a meeting of a District medical As thursday april 19. Socia Tion. Mrs. Cresap accompanied miss Minnie Rehling of Carman him and will visit relatives in that was a visitor hero the first of the City. Week. The Junior class of the b. Ii. S. Miss Edith Essex of Oquawka was and several guests were entertained Section of the City wednesday night has at last been dispelled. Through the efforts of an inquiring reporter the fact has been disclosed that the burning of a Small building on the John Lutz farm situated about a half mile West of East fort Madison was responsible for the ill san. The fact that the building which accidentally caught fire was constructed partially of corrugated Iron which rid a Section of the burning timbers when viewed from the Iowa Shore created the illusion of the blazing Cross. The building 3as fired when a smouldering grass fire which had been lighted during the afternoon ignited the timbers of the building. Since the appearance of the Cross on wednesday evening Many stories of the origin of the mysterious Symbol have been circulated throughout the City. The Story that the Kun flux klan was holding an initiation ceremony on the Illinois Hills gained extensive credence while More sceptical held to the theory that the flames of burning Brush had created the outline of the Cross. Social activities at it. Pleasant it. Pleasant. La., april 23.�?mrs. W. F. Kopp and mrs. Charles Gregg very pleasantly entertained the coterie and a few guests Friday afternoon at the Home of the former on North main Street. Mrs. C. O. Jerrel gave sister mrs. A. B. Knight came Home Friday evening. The two physics classes of the High school went to Keokuk Friday accompanied by their teacher. Prof. Rills and visited the Power House and the dam and other interesting Points about the City. The High school boys quartet Sang at the meeting of the social Union of the m. E. Church last thursday afternoon. This quartet composed of Worrell Combs Lawrence Baxter Mileham Timberlake and Russell Porter is being invited to sing at Many special meeting and in the different churches of the City. The boys sing exceedingly we Ell and show not Only marked ability but their singing Speaks in the very highest terms of the work of their teacher. Miss j it. Madison la., april 23. Seem Susan Davidson director of music in singly aware of the fact that the made bold by immunity fowl make raids on wheat Fields. A the City schools the Carthage unit of the Home Bureau held a Fine meeting at the Home of mrs. William m. Gordon Friday. There were thirty nine present. Including one from Ferris nine from West Point and six local visitors. Following tile picnic lunch at noon a business session was held presided roads were to bad when he had to drive a horse drawn vehicle. And his old car is not out of commission not by a Long shot. Glenn Mace has added some Fine new show cases to his store equipment. Tom Kyle will have eight big trucks at work unloading Sand and gravel next week not to mention the general trucking he will do. He has 21,000 tons of material ahead of him right now. To be handled. J g. Hartell drove his Stude Baker to Richmond saturday afternoon in spite of the threatening rain. Water has no terror for him. Sheriff Denison is working on the Case of the suspects mentioned in the journal saturday As being in jail. They Are suspected of the seed House Safe blowing the sheriff has noon in Honor of her son James improving which is Gratifying m birthday. Many and various forma 10 bar boat try Friend of amusements were provided and funeral obsequies for the ii tilt enjoyed until a late hour when a i a months old daughter of or. And k delicious luncheon was served. The i Andrew Len Viil were Fondue honoree was the rec plent of Many Krom m. E. Church at wan and useful gifts. Saturday Rev. Or. Mcbride Odic As ares ult of the Hall game be in friends wer in Alt tween morning Sun and Oakville. The or an the services were if i latter won by a score of to to impressive. Both teams played Well and the re j we Are pleased to report it Atli a ult gave general satisfaction. Improvement in the condition of Ftp mrs. K. T. Gillen who has been. Mildred waterhouse who la under the care of or. Crow of Bur i Tient at Iowa pity. Miss Waterboy Lington for diabetes is reported As is Able to sit up part of to e time. Closed season and the Ever watchful found that one of them is a former Eye of the game Warden Render them Anamosa convict. He is taking the i immune of Slaughter hundreds upon hundreds of wild ducks Are making damaging inroads into the Early stands of Winter wheat and other Grain in the Fields of farms located in the Bottoms of the Green Bay. Over by mrs. S. M. Talbot vice pres Gan 1 Pray re and other districts reports from the chairmen along the Mississippi River near Here. Wapello school Spring is anger prints and having them photographed. If nothing is found connecting them up with the Safe blow i ing of course they will have to release them but not until they do i and out they Are innocent will they do to. Stop itching eczema at the Home of Louis Coppoc last a splendid review of a trodden Gold penetrating anti Settle help i no 7.emo will never mind How often you have tried and failed you can Stop burning. Itching eczema quickly by applying Zemo furnished by any druggist for 3fic. Extra Large bottle $1.00. Healing begins the moment Zemo is applied. In a Short time usually every Trace of eczema Tetter pimples Bash blackheads and similar skin diseases will be removed. For Clearing tile skin and making it vigorously healthy always use Zemo. The penetrating Antiseptic liquid. When others fall it is the one dependable treatment for skin troubles of git . Flt a a excessive Friday night. Mrs. Abe Turock has returned from Iowa City where she has been receiving medical treatment at the Iowa state Hospital. J. L. Johnson and family have bought the Hooper property in Quot West Bonaparte and will occupy same soon As it is vacated by the j. S. Hooper family who will move to Newton Iowa. Miss Winnetka Hansen was in Fairfield last week where she had her tonsils removed. Mrs. Carrie Spence returned to her Home in it. Madison the first of the by Vincent o Brien. Dainty refresh ments were served. Or. And mrs. J. W. Laird delightfully entertained a number of their friends at their Beautiful Home on North main Street Friday evening. Progressive five Hundred was enjoyed during the evening and mrs. Harry Green was awarded a Beautiful bouquet of Sweet peas for winning the most games. De Karrer represented the men and to was Given a pack of cards for winning the most games. During tile evening the hostess assisted by mrs. I. D. Conover mrs. Carl danger and miss Nellie Anderson served the following two course luncheon sandwiches pickles Chicken salad on lettuce Leaf. Week after a several woks visit with potato chips fruit salad with whipped John and miss Mary signee. Cream chocolate cakes and Coffee. Miss Estella Burnett who attends _ to Quot or it re a. Friday evening a number of friends College at Kirksville mo., spent the j and classmates of Grace Boyd gathered at her Home on South Locust Street and gave her a Complete Surprise in the form of a miscellaneous Shower in Honor of Lier marriage to Harlan l. Harper which took place saturday evening. A social evening was enjoyed and much merriment was had when the Bride to be opened born to or. And or. Elmar Muntz i the numerous packages which con. Just because non Start the Day Wor on sunday april 15, a daughter. I talked Many useful articles for her red and tired stiff legs and arms and Mamie Josephine. Mrs. Muntz was of it a Home. Refreshments i it shirt a a Kii Snihir finn i r week end with her parents or. And mrs. T. O. Burnett. Ray j. Kerr spent a few Days at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Uric acid try the Williams treatment George Kerr the first of the week. 85-cent bottle 32 Doles he e"v�?T1, �?Tl"0 Quot of 1-1"�?T Iai do on Albia Union Republican r Ichih Muscles an aching head burning and bearing Down pains in the Hack i worn out before the tile div begins do not think you have to stay in that j condition. He Strong Well. With no stiff joints j sore Muscles rheumatic pains aching Back or kidney trouble caused by body made acids. Of you suffer from bladder weak Ness. With burning scalding gains or if you Are in and out of bed half dozen times a night you will appreciate the rest Comfort and strength tills treatment should give. To prove the Williams treatment conquers kidney and bladder diseases rheumatism and All other ailments w Lien due to excessive uric acid no matter How chronic or stubborn ii you have never tried the Williams treatment we will give one 86c bottle 33 doses free if you will Cut out this notice and Send it with your name and address. Please Send 10 cents to help pay postage packing Etc. To the or. In a. Williams company dept. A a-3188. I. O. Building East Hampton. Conn Send at once and you will receive by parcel Post a regular 86c. Bottle without charge and without in curing any obligation Only one bottle to the same address mid family. Advertisement. Coconut Oil Fine for washing hair if you want to keep your hair in Good condition be careful what you Wash it with. Many soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much Alkali. This dries the Scalp makes the hair Brittle and is very harmful. Mugs filed Coconut Oil shampoo which is pure and entirely greaseless is much better than anything else you can use for shampooing As this can to possibly injure the hair. Simply put two or three teaspoonfuls of mugs filed in a clip or Glass with a Little warm water then moisten the hair with water and rub the mugs filed in. It will make an abundance of Rich creamy lather and cleanse the hair and Scalp thoroughly. The lather rinses out easily and removes every particle of dust dirt Dandruff and excess Oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly and it leaves it Ane and Silky Bright Fluffy and easy to manage. You can get mugs filed Coconut Oil shampoo at any drug store. It is very cheap and a few ounces will last everyone in the family for months. Be sure your druggist gives you Vert lenient. Formerly miss Florence Tully. Mrs. Edward Voigtlander went to Keokuk monday night for an operation on her Throat. Shi was accompanied by her grandson. Leroy Haney. Mrs. Belle Riggle has returned to her Home Here after a visit with her daughters. Mrs. L l. Talbott and mrs. Kate White at Des Moines. Or. And mrs. Paul Tully have gone to housekeeping in the s. P. Miller property in East Bonaparte. Mrs. Tiara rash of Lynn Indiana came wednesday evening for a visit with her Mother mrs. Angeline corns. The Aroma class of the Baptist s. S. Gave a social at the Church tuesday evening. An interesting program was Given one number being a Clever play a men not John s. Hooper who has been employed by the Oleson Rug company in Chicago for the past several months returned to his Home Here last saturday. Seaton. Ill. Seaton iii., april 28.�?the members of the Blue Bird club and a few guests motored to Keithsburg thursday afternoon and were entertained at the Home of mrs. Earl Hawkins. The afternoon was spent in playing five Hundred. Mrs. Bichard Boggs won first prize and mrs. John Row Ley Consolation. The invited guests were mrs. Will Vance mrs. Fred Carlson. Or. Boyd Henry of Heaton and mrs. Had Ogle mrs. Omar Botruff. Mrs. Lester Dodson mrs. Harry Trent and miss Ethel Callahan of Keithsburg. Before the departure of the guests mrs. Hawkins served a delicious luncheon. Mrs. Jim Murphy is quite til at her Home and has been under a nurses care from Keithsburg. James Bohan and mrs. Emery Howe were dinner guests of or. And mrs. Frank Otto thursday. Of Sandwich pickles Cocoa and cake were served during the evening. Hen Prience sold. The residence located on South main Street which belonged to the Jesse Walker estate has been purchased by Robert Johnson. Personals. F. E. White of Salem ta., was a business visitor in i. Pleasant saturday. B. F. Van Dyke of a infield la., was a business visitor in it. Pleasant saturday. W. P. Baker of Burlington was a business visitor in it. Pleasant saturday. C. C. Van Dyke of Winfield. La. Was a business caller in it. Pleasant saturday. Tler Range License saturday. Van Blythe of it. Pleasant and Ida Newberry of Argyle. La. Harlan Luther Harper of it. Pleasant and grave Odera Boyd of it. Pleasant. Editing hell. The marriage of Van Blythe and Ida Newberry occurred saturday Artemon in it. Pleasant the ceremony being performed by c. A. Whittaker Justice of tile peace. Florence Barry and w. S. Shepf acted As witnesses. Per Hon Ala. Arthur i Courtney of new London was a business visitor in it. Pleas Aht saturday. Lee hell of it. Hamill was a visitor in it. Pleasant. Friday. Edmund Beaber of it. Pleasant spent the week end in Keokuk la. Marcus Smith who is attending school at Iowa City spent tile weekend in it. Pleasant with his parents. Or. And mrs. G. E. Smith on North Monroe Street. Of the various committees brought out some very interesting things along the line of health clothing Home equipment and special emphasis was placed on the a Fly and the work of health week beginning sunday april 22, was reported. Mrs. Robert led in a general sing miss Abigail Davidson spoke on a beautifying Home grounds a and mrs. C. W. Walker read a paper on a bulb a very interesting discussion followed Hie presentation of each subject. Following adjournment a number of Yards and gardens were visited among them being that of mrs. Julia Ferris which is Over sixty years old the Davidson Garden nearly As old and that at the judge Mack Home where special landscape work is being done. Smiths sire. Ill. Smithshire iii., april 23.�?mrs. Carl Sebright was a Stronghurst visitor saturday. Or. And mrs. Arthur Brent of Galesburg were calling on friends in town wednesday. Rev. Russell and c. J. Passage were visitors monday in Galesburg. Rev. Russell attended the by conference meeting which was held in Galesburg monday. Rev. Russell was elected Secretary of the meeting. Mrs. Ladd and three daughters visited from saturday until monday with friends in Monmouth. Mrs. W. C. Cooper. Mrs t. Weichet. Mrs. Maud Milligan mrs. W. N. Dalton and mrs. Rylva re resell left last thursday Foi Macomb where they will attend the woman a Home missionary convention being held there this week. The missionary society meeting has been postponed one week. The meeting will be held next thursday afternoon april 26 at the Home of mrs. C. W. Cooper. Mrs. W. N. Dalton mrs. Opal Stewart and mrs. Russell will assist mrs. Cooper. Remember the Sale and supper at the Church wednesday afternoon and Wren ing served at 6 o clock by the Church people. Rev. Or. Russell of Smithshire Rev. Or. Crain of Monmouth and Rev. Or. Thompson of Kirkwood were elected a committee to represent Galesburg District at the funeral of Rev. Or. Giddings in Preemption wednesday. Tuesday morning some of our Good people were aroused by seeing a lighted Flash Light in the Filmore Painter store about 3 of clock in the morning. Or. Painter was awakened and going to the store found a supposed tramp helping himself to refreshments for a Good breakfast but upon or. Painter s appearance the Man made his get away. Beetles living forty or fifty feet apart can communicate by knocking their Heads on the Wood in a be j Culiar rhythm. Quick Relief from constipation Marvel whirling Spray syringe. Convenient sold in Burlington in Cutter Waldhoff j drug to -4 stores recall a Ujj Daks a path i get or. Edwards tablets Olive that is the Joyful cry of thousands since or. Edwards produced Olive tablets the substitute for Calomel. Or. Inwards a practising physician for 17 years and Calomel sold time enemy discovered the formula for Olive tablets while treating patients for chronic Consi Patlon and torpid livers. Or. Edwards Olive tablets do not contain Calomel but a Healing soothing vegetable laxative. No griping is the a a keynote of these Little sugar coated Olive coloured tablets. They cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never Force them to unnatural action. If you have a a dark Brown Mouth a bad breath a Dull tired feeling sick headache torpid liver constipation you la find Quick sure and pleasant results from one or two of or. Edwards Olive tablets at bedtime. Thousands take them every night lust to keep right. Try them. 15c and 30c.�?advertisement. Farmington a. Farmington la. April 23.�?harold Carman who is employed in Davenport is spending a few Days we Ith his parents or. And mrs. We. Cartnal. Miss Lucille Bridges of Keokuk spent sunday with miss Martina Van Zant. Mrs. George Sprankle and daughter Laverne were Farmington visitors saturday. Mrs. C. W. Marsh mrs. Dewey by Rick and mrs. We. Van Zant were Keokuk shoppers thursday. Or. And mrs. August Bowman were called to it. Madison thursday by the serious illness of Fred Bowman. Mrs. Gus freed and two daughters of Keokuk were saturday visitors with her parents or. And mrs. L. B. Jenkins. Mrs. John Saffir returned to her Home in Chicago after spending a week with her sister mrs. Frank Kessler. Guy harness of it. Sterling is visiting his sister mrs. Harry Lucke. G. R. Meek of Bowling Green. Mo., was a guest of or. And mrs. B. F. Ketcham. A miss Mae Christy returned from it. Madison where she visited with her brother. Mss Maude Giles visited saturday with her parents at Milan. Or. And mrs. H. E. Blackley mrs. Lucia therm and the latter a daughter. Mrs. Edna Manning of Keosauqua Are visiting miss Jeannette therme. Miss Helen Ketcham is touring a number of Southern cities including Nashville new Orleans. It. Worth and Cincinnati. New London. A. New London. La. April 23.�?millard Parrott of Des Moines is visiting his parents or. And mrs. John Parrott. Or. And mrs. Willis Rater and sons motored to Fairfield sunday to spend the Day at the win. Bangs Home. Or. And mrs. Floyd Carter of it. Pleasant motored Down and spent the Day with Home folks. Or. And mrs. Philo Beattie and daughter Laura spent sunday at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Verdon Portloe. Or. Hill spent sunday with his Cousin Charles Swan and family. Mrs. George Burkhart passed away at her Home South of town in Baltimore township april 19. Tile funeral was held sunday and burial in the pleasant Grove cemetery. The Mispah Circle of the m. P. Church will meet in the Church Parlours tuesday evening. Or. And mrs. Jack Dugdale of it. Pleasant spent sunday afternoon with mrs. H. W. Clawson. Thought. Why Quot some to Quot Tsey main children give Seu annual exhibit such a protracted period. It is not Wapello la. April 23�?the pupils an uncommon sight to see flocks of the Wapello consolidated school numbering Well up into the Hun-1 put on their annual exhibit at the dress and the damage which it is Junior High school building last Fri i possible for these flocks to bring May evening and a number of a about in a Field of tender wheat is Ron were present to inspect the said to be amazing. J a it it re. In the basement was seen a in one instance a Farmer stated number of dresses and apron paint-1. A a a in in cd Oil cloth luncheon sets fancy bed that the ducks were eat no Corn in m a a 8l a urn dry. Tended for hogs turned Loose in the baked Koob no Ludloff i Fields while Large patches of w cakes puddings bread and biscuits have been stripped Bare when j Ait the work of the Domestic science j Birds alighted to feed. Classes. Here was also shown the the presence of the flocks this line of work taken up by the agr late in the season according to in cultural class. Hand work. From the official weather prophets predicts first year primary to the High school a a other j arranged in profusion throughout the the continuation of cold a various rooms convinced All that Hunters Are of the opinion that Wapello has some real artists. Maps or before have ducks in any numbers note Hooks containing English and arithmetic drawings illustrating geometry and physiology were also on display. In fact the patrons were Given a Sample of every line of the. T a too a shool work being done by the Stu Lockridge la., april 23, or. A a dents and an were delighted with the splendid showing which reflected much credit on our Able corps of instructor. At 8 o clock All gathered in the Assembly and listened to an interesting program. The Grade children Sang a number of songs the Domestic science girls gave a play emphasizing the proper and improper dress for school girls and the Grade pupils presented Quot the country store in a pleasing manner. This meeting took the place of the Parent teachers association for the month of april. The next regular meeting will be held wednesday May 9, when officers will be elected. Been seen As late in the season As this. Lockridge a. Mrs. Henry Hooton and sons Vernard and Clayton and Horton attended the play entitled a fall a mistake at the Lockridge High school thursday evening. Chester Hickenbottom was a lock rid. 3 caller wednesday evening. Monroe Kyle Chris i in Lawrence Johnson and Perry Hickenbottom trustees of the Parson Neville Church met at the Home of Perry Hickenbottom for a business meeting thursday evening. Rev. Gardner was present at the meeting. Mrs. Seilers and daughter Lenore. Amended the picnic at the school of Cedras no. 7, Friday where her daughter Wilma has been teaching Dallas City ill. Dallas City i. April 3.�?f. Urban _. Logan is now Riding around in a new Chris Len was in Fairfield Fri Oakland car. West Point a. West Point la., april 23.�? country a or. And mrs. Edgar Dillavou were trailing in lows Ell tuesday. Mrs. R. It. Bonser was calling at the h. Metcalf Home wednesday afternoon. O. B. Jackman and Mother were visiting tuesday at the j. Bonser Home Northeast of Lowell. We. Kirkpatrick was a business caller in West Point thursday. Mrs. H. E. Thornberg and Little daughter Florence Are visiting a few Days with her parents or. And mrs. It. R. Bonser. E. Dillavou brought a team of mutes wednesday. Mrs. W. T. Ranck is improving. Day. Edward Erickson we a a Lockridge caller thursday evening. John Len and Oliver Gohn attended the play at the Lockridge High school thursday evening. Miss Mary Damm of Glendale who has been seriously ill with pneumonia is slowly improving which is Good news to her Many friends. Eva Irma Devil Sale and Donald Phillips attended the picnic at the Worter school Friday. Crawfordsville a. Crawfordsville la., april 23.�?we hade a Ane Shower saturday morning which was a great help As the grass and pastures were needing moisture very badly. Mrs. J. H. Jones has been suffering with tonsil tis the past week. Sam Harper who is in the Hospital at Iowa City is slowly improving. Or. And mrs. Floyd Hamil Are the proud parents of twin boys Horn on Friday at the county Hospital. J. H. Huston is slowly improving after his recent illness. Or. And mrs. J. C. Wooley of Columbia mo., Are visiting relatives Here. Mrs. Mickel died at the Home of her daughter mrs. F. M. Smith wednesday night. The funeral was held at the Smith Home thursday evening at 7 of clock. Tho remains were taken to Osceola Friday for burial. Mrs. Raymond Duncan and daughter Martha of Washington spent several Days at the parental Harry White Home. The first division of the ladies Ald of the m. E. Church ill put on a farce in two acts at the opera House tuesday night. April 24. Cast of characters Are Ezekiel Simpkins Harold Graham John Jacob Aster Lee Huston patience Puddifoot. Myral Graham Ben Nuttie Guy Mitchell Ellen Jane Basie Betsy Roseva Spangler Tooty Stiles Cornelius Vanderbilt. Rev. Or. Hayes Clay la Dakar is Able to be out and around again after a siege of the flu. Miss Maargaret Mitchell is visiting her Niece mrs. H. V. Prescott of this City. Mrs. Beulah Shaw and daughter Harriet Are visiting in Bushnell. Mrs. Bible Mitchell returned Home after a three months visit at Rock Island where she has been visiting her son Rolland and family. Born to or. And Charles de fates thursday. April 19, a daughter. Mrs. M. W. Hull returned Home thursday from Quincy where she attended the funeral of her Niece. Mrs. Art Kirby of Keokuk i visiting friends and relatives in this City. A very pleasant Day was spent at the John Hupper Home sunday by the Sisters and Brothers dropping in on them after Church service to remind mrs. Hupper of her birthday anniversary. An elegant dinner was served the table being adorned by a Beautiful birthday cake. The afternoon was spent by singing and a social time. There were about Twenty guests. A. G. Convalli of Chicago is visiting his brother Harry Convalli and wife of this City. Oakville a. Oakville la., april 23.�?mrs. J. R. Kirkland entertained a number of children at her Home saturday after Castor Oil is considered the sweetest perfume in the world by some african natives. Peruna Jones. Jim Blain. Petie Barnum. Buster Crown. Daniel Webster. Lydia Pink Ham. Jesse James. Rose Morehead Loren Mcfarland John nuttier Clint Fletcher Gary lease i Olla Mcfarland Joe Morehead say a a Bayer and insist Carthage ill. Carthage 111., april 23.�?miss Mclaughlin county health nurse is still Busy inspecting schools. Friday she was with the Chili school with miss Worrell teacher. Mrs. Lotta Blacl Cavell and mrs. Virginia Crow who have been spending tile Winter in Chicago with their unless you see the name a a Bayer on package or on tablets you Are not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by physicians Over Twenty two years and proved Safe by millions for colds headache Toothache Lumbago earache rheumatism neuralgia pain pain accept a Bayer tablets of aspirin Only. Each unbroken package contains proper directions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets Cost few cents. Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and too. Aspirin is the Trade Mark of Bayer manufacture of Mono of you can save 15 minutes Quick Quaker Oats Cooks in 3 to 5 minutes As Well As it Cooks in an hour. No other oat flakes Cook nearly so quickly. Yet the flavor is identical with regular Quaker Oats. That super flavor which comes from flaking the finest grains Only. In Quick Quaker the Oats Are Cut before flaking. They Are rolled very thin and partly cooked. So the flakes Are smaller and thinner that is All. And those Small thin flakes Cook quickly. Tell your grocer which kind you want Quick Quaker or the regular. Now a Quick Quaker Oats Cooka in 3 to 5 Momm Liza Ann Snodgrass. Rebecca lease Samantha Small Margaret Welch Mehitable Horn waggle. Alice Mitchell Brigham Shafter Christopher Columbus. Will Anwyl visitors and members of the school committee will be Deacon Tidd and mrs. Quakenbush. Remember y or Reading Abd writing and passing and Swine and prosody and Don t you Tergit Tidd. Eugene Brown died at the Hospital at it. Pleasant sunday morning. The funeral was held at Washington on tuesday. Farmers Are very Busy blowing. Friday the Home economics class entertained their mothers at a 12 o clock luncheon. The decorations were yellow and White which was also carried out in the menu which was As follows Orange and Grapefruit cocktail Chicken croquettes potatoes a la Goldenrod _ corba�?zs�?o��?Tr1asrtty�?� know the Comtoi. 7tn. Of a healthy skin Monia. Miss Peterson of Ainsworth dont miss the Joy of a brisk rub is caring for him. Down because of eczema or a Omen equally annoying eruption which make your skin bum and sting whenever you touch ii. Resinol ointment has a Cooling Healing action which brings requirement that All carriers Wear prompt Relief from these ills. No the number of their route on their hats or Caps or other headgear. Thus the Carrier on what is known As City one wears the figure one and so on. The number is a Bronze badge with Hie phrase Post office department. And the figure upon it. Roger Jones Carrier on route i out of the City has invested in a new Olivver after having driven his old one 150,000. More or less. He drove it eight years at the rate of 30 Miles a Day. A be missed was when the Washington a. By Alex Miller Washington la. April 23.�?the Post office department has made matter How severe or Well established the Case May be Resinol rarely fail to Pix ice the desired results. Resinol soap and Retinol shaving stick Complete the retino1 Trio. Ask your druggist lot them. Resinol o you know y grocer alway a a fresh Supply of Premium soda crackers Square of goodness slightly salted. Try them for Salmon or sardine Sandwich they Are made by the Bakers of Uneeda biscuit the soda in due National biscuit company. Jul Leedel Wrigley after every meal. Eat wisely Chew your food Well alien dive your digestion a a a kick with Wrigley a. Sound Teeth a Good appetite and proper digestion mean much to your health. Wrigley a is a Helper in All this work a pleasant beneficial pack me up. Pure materials scientific manufacture absolute cleanliness a then sealed a against All impurity. That psf is Wrigley Sas you get it fresh and full Flavoured. Public Sale thurs., april 26, of Dairy cows to. B. Tested at i o clock Sharp. 17 head of cows t. B. Tested. 4 head of Good work mules. One Span of 4-year-Olds. To Bead of these cows All fresh within the past two month. One 2-year-old Guernsey Bull from an accredited Herd and registered. These cows Are All half and three fourths Guernsey and Jersey. Two yearlings half Holstein out of Guernsey cow. Four spotted Poland China Brood sows and i boar registered. One to Farrow May i. One High Wagon double sideboards and scoop Board. This is a Good Wagon. One Low wheel Wagon also a set of High wheel goes with it. Two Cream separators one a Melotte the Best separator made one Silley separator Good. One new two Section Harrow never been used. One cultivator i Garden plow. About 2 dozen Silver laced Wyandotte Hen and 8 geese 4 wild geese and 4 Large Gray geese. One Good double cinch Saddle. Also some other things. Also 24 yearling steers and 2 heifers been on pasture All Winter. Samuel Leebrick. Sine Miles West of Burlington i mile East and i sort i of Middle town i mile North of the Cement Road mile sooth of Prairie Grove. Col. Trostle amp Mcdon Ald auctioneer. Be rms 6 months credit Dill be Given of All Sale i Cril

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