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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - July 18, 1913, Burlington, Iowa J Friday Benefit nurses Home leave at music and everybody round lad the Barge tar or Plende Varty nto Ety Telesis my wait for the by boat Barge Mississippi itooiu6ht excursion in july 18 Keokuk dam sunday july 29 Enjay an Outing an this magnify want fleeting a film leaves Friday evening returns leaves sunday naming of totems comfortable to Fereri Steamboat in folds up complexions taster than sunburns or can injure try t25c bottle and be for Sale Only at John the big drug store Milord Coal absolutely soft t 1 j r to Cuimei that tote phone 14 death of mrs Ihui she was one of the very Early pioneers of this she came Roe in preceded her Jane other mortuary Ann Hunt widow of William Claiborne passed away after a Brief illness at her 101 North Woodlawn at 4 Oclock thursday Ann Smith was born in August and same Here with her people in on november she became the wife of William Claiborne they settled on forty acres in Union township Anil lived in a Little log sharing the Hittle and the troubles of other Hunt continued to his and by and by a handsome Brick Structure took the place of toe log in cold the farm and moved to the City to make their Home at 101 North Wood Lawn Here the Good husband passed away june Hunt was a faithful member of the and was held in High esteem in a very wide Circle of relatives and the surviving children Are i of Burlington mar tha Jackson and Charles who live on the Island of Cuba of and of it Are seventeen grand children and two the funeral of this famous Pioneer will be held from the family 101 North Woodlawn at Oclock saturday friends Are invited to these the interment in Aspen drove will be Baron a former Resi Dent of North Hill and an old time employee of the Burlington died at he was general claim agent of the Chicago elevated Railroad and lived 44s3 Ashland he was Bora in Boston fifty eight years ago and had been employed in his late capacity some Twenty leaves the widow and two Jane suit Loring the funeral takes place the funeral of Edward who fell a victim to the dread White was held from the family lit South Marshall at Oclock last with interment in Aspen the stricken family have the Heartfelt sympathy of practically All a real Pioneer Ann the funeral of Alfred who died at neb july will be held from pughs Chapel sunday afternoon at Oclock with interment in Aspen by chs in g e Rchrd shr shr s s City news marked to go at Andres administrator shoe blend steel Cut 25c per Benner Tea open for business and under competent the Barber shop 310 North third marriage License was issued to James Huffman and Bertha knights of Columbus will hold their annual excursion on the Hill on the evening of july make arrangements to no in 23 got the free pair of ladies Given away by the Faylor and red got the tree mens Burlington Road pay car was in town and put a Large amount of Money in circulation among the employees Here and at West Bur blend steel Cut 25c p its Tea co United in marriage James White and miss Rose Custer of Bonnie Harry 8hlchtel and miss Pearl Malkins of this City John 6mith and Jessie 8hafer of Beautiful Lake Cooper from the decks of the largest floating dance Pavilion in the july forget the ice Cream social Given by St Pau said society this afternoon and evening on Mark footes Beautiful River Lew everybody aprons and fancy work also on heat is not stopping the Pav ing work Down the Brick on main from Jefferson to Washington is being torn and tiie placing of the paving Between the rails from Jeffer son South is being done miss the Mississippi Moon Light excursion july Auto fire Wagon had a run out to the West end at yes a Blaze started in an out House at the Homo of Elisabeth ism it pleasant Street the Street is considerably torn on account of pro Gress waa but once there the firemen stopped the blare in Short or program for the Media polls Chautauqua shows an unusual array of Talent among the attractions Are Newell Dwight Maude Ballington and catch my pal the dates Are August parties desiring tent ing privileges should write at once to just rite blend 25c per at run on ladies Sample shoes at 75 preparing for a big Job Force of workers find quart pm in the of Stock a Small Force of workers engaged in the levee work opposite have taken up quarters at the old Stock Yards hotel on the Illinois later the Force will be increased once operations Are under full old timers recall when Bast Bur Lington was quite a when there was no Bridge and the train ferry was in a Stock Yards was maintained Over Stock being unloaded and in route to i of Rock government Engineer on River was Here to look Over the ground preliminary to the starting of drainage work across the Railroad look Over site for approve the front Street location and say they wih act in matter Ketcham and col Palmer of the Iowa Railroad commission were in town yesterday afternoon in the matter of condemning certain pieces of desired by the Rock is land Road for station Brady of the Secretary and representing the commercial met with the the visitors inspected the prospective site of new the half Block on front from Jefferson to and there will be no delay in the proceedings of condemn ing the four parcels of ground yet the commissioners were con Vinced the location is an excellent one for the and the Railroad is entitled to the once posses Sion is secured of this the old buildings will be so that work can be started on the col Palmer said that desme the heat he did not find the and he made a Daylight trip from and during the past week has been Over a considerable portion of the he expects to take part in the big gathering at burling ton next a delegation from the Burlington automobile club waited upon the com missioners at their the com Mission has charge of viaducts Over and this committee solicited the officials to order a wider viaduct Over the Burlington tracks at Dank wards the Street railway track no occupying a considers me portion of this viaduct the members took the matter under advisement in shh Iii Hibib government tem Ometer cited it u to be taken Tor gnat cd there to boar i i the government thermometer went to while the minimum that minimum came very late and departed soon so that there was no Opportunity for get Ting buildings and the pavement there was a Little Shower on Prospect Hill at very Little and it was All Over before the most of the residents in that part of the town realized that something unusual was when the sex cur zionists wednesday night they seemed Tobe running into a hot further up they River they Hail found the evening Delight fully Cool people visiting in the country near the Northern line of the county report that they require Blanket it appears j us if an Eddy Here and that j Bui in Pton might have to swelter a use j everybody is care and most people seem be grow ing the High tempera sleeping porches Are growing in Man who has none a Tow that he will not term t another summer to catch Hlat without upon the the air seemed to j be better yesterday on the Prev ceding about noon the wind shifted to the North for a few i and there seemed be delightful j before majority j began enjoying and appreciating the change the wind had again veered to i the South and was about hat As the i average Man cares to have the joke about working for the ice Man All summer and for the Coal Man All Winter has something Akin to the tinge of reality just and ceases to i be one Burlyng tongan has solved the sleeping he anchors his launch in front of the City in mid but a Little beyond the regu Lar channels there reports a one Breeze and no and from 9 5 or s he sleeps the sleep of the just and then he comes in and the other who have hunted in vain for the coolest place in the and have finally Given it up in disgust and Promise to sleep next Hion shop 319 Jef Fibson i Stit Krumn special for Friday and saturday 50 hats to be closed out for see our windows All our summer suits and Coats also greatly during july and August store closes at 5 except the King of All for indulges ton and uie Kings new life Paul of says they Are the King of All they Are a Blessing to All my family and i always keep a Box at get a Box and get Price recommended by henrys drug store Sutte Ludman drug Garden truck damaged vegetables we fruit withering under intense Garden truck is being ruined by the withering heat and the Lack of the regular growers of tables Are facing serious and the Man with a Small Garden finds All his labor has come to Pota toes and blackberries Are being blighted and other products likewise Are go ing bythe unless a soaking rain by sunday the losses will be while the Corn is said to be above the average in condition at this season it to need and the banners Are becoming fearful of the ravages of a prolonged which seems to have this Section in Ita sufferers Given Relief Jeane White Steve victim seeks am m the police Jesse an unfortunate Young fellow applied for Aid at the police Sta Tion he is apparently suf Fering from and had two Haemorrhages at the police Matron Ransom interest eded her self in the sufferers and obtained transportation from the so that Augir could proceed to the Home of his Uncle near the Young fellow worked Here about live years ten Days ago he came to Burlingto attracted by the report that work was he found a but his strength gave out with a raging mod in an emaciated the Youmg Man sought re Fuge at the station where lie waa cared notice to Alii water owing to the enormous increase in the consumption of water on account of the use of Lawn sprinklers during the present the citizens water cd is unable to filter water fast enough to Supply the the water company is building an additional Clear water Basin for the Stor age of water they May filter during the late hours of the tout same will not be completed until the end of the in the in order to keep a sufficient Reserve of water for fire the use of Hose for sprinkling of lawns must be restricted until further notice As follows All water Consumers on and West of Cen trial Avenue May use water by Hose on fridays and i All water Consumers East or Avenue May use water by Hose on j saturdays and j the attention of our citizens is called to the fact that White water com panics in other cities make a charge j for sprinkling of lawns the j water company has never made any charge for this it is their de sire to furnish water As Long As posse Hie for sprinkling but until the j additional Basin can be completed the j department of Public affairs deems it absolutely necessary that the above restrictions As to use of water must be complied in time of of which notice is Given by tuft fire alarm Bell and works All Domestic consumption of water must be suspended and Hydraulic elevators must be shut Down until the fire is out the sprinkling of streets is absolutely forbidden at All except by special permit by order of the City prank it we have a car of Fine red raspberries from Washington another car of fancy Elberta peaches from car of watermelons from car of cantaloupes from Imperial ask your grocer for these Lagomarcino Grupe hoboes Given jobs working on streets Railroad sleuths kept Busy chasing tags off trains and Han log them to police the roadsters continue to drop into Burlington and Are As quickly picked j up by the Railroad when found loitering about the and Are promptly it seems strange when so much work is in Progress Over the and there is a cry for that the hoboes do not heed the Call but work is not a part of their the City is using a number of jail prisoners on Street and the Force is partially recruited from the i tags gathered in by detectives mul Len and Ream of the Burlington rail Fofar who boarded a freight at the Railroad men All sorts of they were put off at and climbed and then showed fight when Mullen nabbed them in the two of the men were the Quartetti was lined up in court and Given ten Days each under officer Mcelroy on the first National Bank of United states every accommodation consistent with runs re at lip banking extended to safety Deposit july at 4 n Ann widow of the aged 91 years nil funeral services from sons 101 North Lawn saturday friends ment this a big lot of ladies Black and White and Hava sold High i simply ask Waii to and of this Yau must be Quick Ito pm a you win find the met Wei Darful values in Chat jaw Neil Atea and Beys at Aries that will s9c plead an pair of Waal a and that Hawa really Bald High and at tha Skir the isl i ties Ftp ism Fly fat tows what Alf Cut Whan Jurasi will ims Dimity at Valaas far Sale notes 9 Hira Atoya Izawa and to h Yang Hertzler Boesch a Cyclone of Oxford values mad Rio Ivity by to the today big offer on women oxfords Quick Quick Quick that our in this line of High a Dalton oxfords Aid pimps at a where you will find a wonderful Mlac Tion of Hig g Ade and in gun kid and Patent to must get Isquick at at a omens gun and values up to at at in thi Awaad in Alec of straps 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