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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Burlington, Iowa Part one Page the Burlington Hawk Eye sunday morning May 20, 192& mrs. Campbell is dead lived Here is years mrs. Daniel Leah Campbell Campbell and a widow of resident of Hartington for fifty five years died last evening at 6 of clock at her Home 2507 Bouto tenth Street. Bhe was born in Lebanon county a. March 14, 1842. Her husband died several years ago and four children preceded her in death. She leaves four sons Milton o. Campbell of Burlington Frank Campbell of Des Moines la., and George and Edward Campbell of los Angeles Calif. There Are also one brother Simon Gingerich of Garden City kans. And one sister mrs. John trowel of Burlington. Mrs. Campbell was a faithful member of the Grace m. E. Church. Arrangements for the funeral have no been completed. Or break Soo for 175,000 commemorate Start on new unit for Oak Street Church by special program. The new Edison plays Al l makes of records at their Best new smooth surface records. New style cabinets new Range of prices new records every week. When you invest you want the Best. Let us prove we have it. Pattie jewelry co. 313 Jefferson Street. Burlington Iowa. Where the ice least longest Boettner sanitary odourless refrigerator a ii w a Ith All the opportunities we have for knowing All about every kind of a refrigerator made the refrigerator we would buy for our own use we could certainly recommend to our customers that is Why we had the Boettner sanitary odourless refrigerator constructed to our order. This refrigerator is built on scientific principles combined with High Grade workmanship a it a first class material throughout. We Are now showing a Complete line at prices ranging from $16 to $67.50 Buettner a 409-11 Jeff. St., Burlington la. A Over half a Century furnishing Taar r in i in the world at your feet radiola re three tube a to Detector and two step amplifier. Solid mahogany attractively finished. Radiola v or radiola re Complete $142.50. The new Way Complete for dry Battery operation including three new Type wd-12 radio tron vacuum tubes head telephones a a a Battery consisting of three dry cells a a by Battery consisting of three 22j Volt units $142.50. The old Way the Price of radiola v or radiola re when equipped for storage Battery operation formerly came to $207.50. S Home electric co. No. Is. North third St. Phone 400. Burlington Iowa. Ground will be broken for the con St auction of the $75,000 addition to the i Oak Street Baptist Church in an open a air Public service monday evening. A j Cumber of addresses and musical i numbers will be Given. The choir of the Church stationed on the Square top of the old Church j Tower will begin singing promptly at i 7 o clock. Then prayer and a scrip i Ture Reading will be offered by Rev. J. A. Nordstrom of the Woodlawn j Church and a list of the subscriptions to the Church fund read. I Rev. O. K. Krueg tar pastor of the Oak Street Church will then Tell of the architects design and How this addition will not Only greatly enlarge the Church auditorium but Wilt furnish individual sunday school rooms and j j Many other improvements. As the representative of the Burlington ministerial association. Or. E. Ii. Mueller will make an address on the a foundation of the Church a speaking for the Board of deacons. La. J. Rieke will Tell a the purpose of the Norman Rieke super i intendant of the sunday school will Tell what the new building Means to the Large sunday school membership. F. C. Miller president of the b. Y. J p. U., will talk pm a the new building and the Young Peoples j Gus Johnson a member of the building and finance committee will speak a the Church and Community thief who stole Auto Burk is in Texas jail a dispatch received Here yesterday revealed that the thief who stole Henry Schulz Buick Caf on april 29, i being held in Pampa Texas together with the machine. The message did not give i name or any further details. Sheriff Murray will probably go after the Man and will be accompanied by someone who will drive the car Back. The message yesterday a Oid it was found in Good condition. I Ste by the Hawk Eye 1 1 that on i Rev. T. S. To veil will give 1 a prayer and As the congregation sings a work for the night is coming Rev. O. E. Krueger will sink a Spade into the Sod and pitch the first shovel Ful of Earth into a Wagon. The next Day Many workmen will begin digging where he started and the construction of the new building will go on steadily. Troopers March and taps sound for . Gilbert i Ull military honors will attend the burial of a a comrades w. F. Gilbert monday afternoon. The funeral will be held from the family Home. 921 Hagemann Avenue at 2 of clock in charge of the Rev. K. W. Stodghill pastor of the Grace m. K. Church. Burial will be in Aspen Grove cemetery. There will be a mounted escort of eighteen of Twenty members of Headquarters cavalry troop in charge of capt. George b. Utile and six members of the g. A. R. And old comrades will be the honorary pall bearers. The Active pall bearers will be Frank Walter and Levi Bryant w. L. Anderson and Arthur and Ross Gilbert All relatives of the old Veteran. To Reward scouts offer additional Points for registration for boys Camp. Five Points in the boy scout efficiency contest which will end next week will be Given to any scout who registers and pays his registration fees for the scout Camp naw Akwa during the contest. The Camp for the scouts will be held from june to to july 24. Inclusive. Another Camp for scoutmaster will be held from Angust i to 4. There will be three periods to the Camps of one week each. The Camp which is on the North Bank of the Skunk River about one mile West of Augusta will be under the supervision of Harry e. Winn scout executive. Arrest West Burlington Man on serious charge e. H. Sullivan was held at the police station last night on the order of the mayor of West Burlington. He is charged with driving while intoxicated. It is alleged that he drove his car into a ditch while Riding with two girls. Get your Horn and electrical apparatus in your car repaired and tuned up by a Mechanic who leaves out the guess work. That a the service you get Here. We also repair your Battery and if in need of a new Battery we recommend the Universal for Long life and steady service. Mid West Battery co. 318 n. Main Street. Burlington Iowa. Mrs. J. Edwards 105 Polk Street left the mercy Hospital yesterday. Be a Good fellow. James Jackson of St. Louis Missouri left the mercy Hospital yesterday. We shampoo ruffs. Barbera a. Edward Monroe of West Burlington. Iowa was admitted to the mercy Hospital yesterday. Hair goods at the vanity shop. George Sprinkle of Canton mis sour entered the mercy Hospital yesterday. Dresses dyed at Bocher. Mrs. James Watt of i. Pleasant Iowa is a patient in the mercy Hospital. Be a Good fellow. We shampoo rut Barber j. G. Keck of Wapello Iowa was admitted to the Burlington Hospital yesterday. Buy furniture rugs draperies and China at Wyman it Rand co. Mrs. Fred Snyder of Kampmeier Street is a patient in the Burlington Hospital. Latest song hits 20c each. Bruces 2nd floor Tama. Or. J. F. Wall of Harlan. Iowa will be in Des Moines county inspecting cattle lick dry for tuberculosis Telfia week wanted reliable boys for Hawk Eye routes. Apply to or. Hillstrom. Circulation department. Join the Good fellow club. Have you deposited your Victory Bonds due May 20. Interest stops today. Burlington savings Bank. Mrs. Katherine Pletka 1112 Linden Street entered the Burlington Hospital yesterday. Help a boy go to Camp. Be a Good fellow. White House Creamery butter. Churned fresh every Day in Burlington. Ask your grocer. Tile Harrison Avenue m. E. Church will hold a Sunrise prayer meeting this morning in Observance of the Day of Pentecost. Let the Hood Agency write your insurance. 423 Tama bldg is Headquarters for a courteous painstaking pid. Strong companies. Phone 3123. Send a Dollar. Six dollars sends a boy to Camp. Good fellow the Hawk Eye. The May Day fete will be held the first fair Day this week. L m. Roes Tunmann of Davenport la., arrived Here yesterday to take up a position with the Burlington Branch of the Hardy optical company on Valley Street y drama league plays Mille theatre. Monday May fits 8 . Admission. 15 cents to ooh members. For rent�?5-room House. Bath electricity Furnace. Uss Spring. Call one door East. The May Day fete will be held the first fair Day this week. Fine cuban pineapples Are now on the Market. It is time to can them. No use waiting for lower prices. Lago Marrino Grupe co., distributors. Esther Little has sold to Benjamin Wright part of lot 899 in the original City of Burlington. The Purchase Price was $1500. The treatment Given at the electric Light Bath rooms Parsons Block can rid you of that pain and make you it. The May Day fete will be held the first fair Day this week. P. In Dustman has transferred to Robert c. Waddle lots 25 and 24 and West one acre of Matteson and Wood Burns addition. The consideration according to Stamps on the deed was $2,500. Special for sunday Ideal ice Cream with Yum Yum flavor. Ask for it at soda fountains. I go Marcino grape co., manufacturers. Clyde Orr 1121 summer Street reported to the police yesterday that the Cushion was stolen Friday night from the seat of his Ford roadster near the West Burlington shops where he works. Lost a Long haired Light Brown dog. Answers to the names of lad or Sandy. Reward. Phone 1443-m. We arc receiving cwt of Fine fresh cuban pineapples sizes desirable for Canning. Your dealer Tan Supply you. Lag Omardo graph co., distributors. Members of Carthage Lake club will hold their annual meeting wednesday afternoon at the club House. Many members will leave Burlington on the 1 30 of clock train in the afternoon. A dinner will be served to members and officers elected. Magazine subscriptions and renewals. Phone 25, Nora Ilmic Chase 716 High St., successor to Ralph s. Perkins. Now is the time to can pineapples to icy Are at their Best and will be no cheaper. Lagomarcino Gnipp co. Distributors. The infant daughter of or. And mrs. Laurence Kayser. 1311 Osborn Street died yesterday afternoon at i j of Stock in the St. Francis Hospital. Burial will be today in St. Mary a cemetery West Burlington the cortege leaving Prugh a Chapel at to a. In. A listen in on Woc Davenport monday. May 21st. At 8 p. Rn., to a american and americans women a it is recommended As Clever and entertaining. Dresses dyed at rackets. Done to neglect to can your Winter Supply of cuban pineapples until it to too late. The season is half Over Ami primers Are As Low As they will be Grupe Ca distributors. William h. Shepherd a son of or. And mrs. C. B. Shepherd. 1207 summer Street broke his right Arm while cranking a neighbors Ford yesterday afternoon. He will be taken to the St. Francis Hospital today where an a Ray picture of the fracture will be made. A America and americans women will be broadcaster from station Woc Davenport. Monday. May 21st, at a p. M. This is especially interesting to women. Reserve the Date As it is Clever and May not be heard again. Clara b. Preston has sold to Elmer s. It Odin lot 481 in i it Embricks third subdivision containing eight and eight hundredths acres. Stamps indicate that the Purchase Price was $7,-500. Wanted several truck salesmen to sell Mason trucks and also lowest priced steel bodied trucks on the Market Star motor co. Of Iowa. Burlington Branch. 213 South third Street. Phone 3606. A marriage License was issued to George Powers and miss viol t l Johnson of Galesburg. Iii., and her. Bert Fladt and miss Lola Anderson of Burlington in the court House it j it Ter Day morning. Special fur sunday Ideal be Wani with Yum Yam flavor ask fur it of soda fountains la noun Ca manufacturers. An automobile belonging to Sam vein rep that was damaged in an a cadent two weeks ago attracted co. Side Ruble attention while it stood it Washington and fourth streets it. Ter Day afternoon. Many persons slip. Posed that the car had been recently wrecked at that Corner. Shepherd Garrettson connected with the National Academy of music Ani formerly a Singer in Light opera ii new York will sing at the morning service at the first m. E. Church to Day. The Des Moines county medical it. Piety will hold its regular meeting next wednesday at the Silver i a club House across the River. The me. Is will spend the afternoon fishing and at cards. At six a clock dinner Wibo served and in the evening the it will be a Jurlen Tiftic program. Gold medal shows Here one week starting monday May 21 Burlington Ball Park 15 High class shows. A Riding devices. 35 concessions. A featuring i i Harry e. Billions. Dixie minstrels 20 people. V clean moral Midway big wild West show bring in your out Law horses. Something going on All the time. Acetylene welding brazing and Carbon burning done right o. A. Bremer machine shop. 215 division Street. Phone 529. 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Each detail reveal the thoroughness with which Moon engineers and designers have applied every requisite essential for the pro auction of a perfect motor car unequalled at anywhere near its Price. St is pass eager to mint. Six 4�?boid Tut. I Jef sue go conf. By eos seen ten Rug. Six-4�?trurlmx____i.�5 -40�?turlux. Lists sue Jim sport 4-Dor a eds. s��-ss�?7-Fnjiemgrsedmn 4.43 sex fsr pet ii teen g Surdam. min Jln stump pm Sedan. 4,it j arts Eden. Taos sue-si�?7-Pxitrmgtr Tomrong. 1.74 prices j. . It miss outed wheels exert j. W. Gumm company _. Distributors. T p Iii a no. 311 North main Street. Burlington lot built by Moon motor car company St. Louit . Pounded 1907 by Joseph w. Moon i

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