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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1907.
Got Sister's Property. .Indue Jack
son yesterday heard and granted the
application of Attorney II. S. I'otidinot
tor the appointment of a iiardian over
Theiesa Oiendotff, juid named hev
lnoilier. V. .1. OrcndorlT. as such. In
connect ion witii 1 1 1 case there waste!'!
the court a story of the unnatural con
duct of the sister, and the effects of it
is the intention of the girl's attorney
to nullity. Mrs. Orendorff, the mother
of Theresa, died ahoiu a year aio. leav
ing property. ;is she thought, to the
aii! of $.".111111. This Mic directed in
her will to he divided between iier two
daughters. Ii'.iiiiii oinn to one sister,
and the rest to Theresa. The other
sister secured the signature of Th 1 v-a
to a deed coineyiiiu aw;iy the property
lor the sum of si'. .".on ;in cas task, as
tile latter litis little sense of value. The
J.'oii went for debts and lawyers' fees,
and the other sister took the Sl'.ihhi ami
went to Ceilar Kapids. leaving, her tin-
tottunate sister without means ol sup
port. As evidence lias hcell found to
show thiit the property was sold for
much less than its value the guardian
will take steps to have the sale nulli
fied and resold for an amount that will
A dainty touch of powder improves tho
appearance of almost every Fkin. and pro
vided it is composed of soft, non-irritant and
non-poisonous materials, it doe? not rmrm the
Bkin in the least. On tne contrary, if a jrood
powder is used the sun v-iil not burn nor the
windrouirhen t he skin as much as if no powder
were used. For a perfect protection from
sun and wind the Kosim o Cream should first
be used, then the kosmen Face Powder,
which is as soft, delicate jind harmless as a
rueeleaf place! against the theek: fco whole
some, impalpatile ami dissolving in its nature
that it cannot rloij the pores, and thus cause
pimples, comedones and the many other skin
diseases, as coarse, inferior powders are sure
to do. It removes the objectiomdtle oily and
shiny look: checks profm e perspiration, and
produces that rich and soft velvety appear
ance so seldom seen yet so universally ad
mired, it is adhesive and positivelv imper
ceptible when properly applied, price 50c
per box, white, brunette or tlesli.
F or Sale By All Dealer
or sent direct by mail. Ask your dealer for a
free sample or write direct to me.
Mrs. Gervdisc Graham v
1475 Michigan Avenue, Chicago.
BEER Our Nation's
about 3 s per
Is brewed and aged on honor.
Full of character and beer body.
A hop tonic, malt nourishment
and delicious beverage, all in one.
Try any of these brands
whether on draught or in
bottles wherever you can
Private Stock, Wiener,
y, rVIuenchener, Export
wholesale dealers, 217 18th street,
r Tel. 1125 Rock Island, III.
-X kin tuai
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
Incorporated Under the State Law,
Money Loaned on 7-eraonal Collateral or Real EataU lerlt.
Pkil Mitchell, President
H. P. Hull, Vice Preside! '
P. Greena-aralt, Caihler.
Began tne businen July 2, 1870,
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitel
11 ft Lynde building.
OF THE NEIGHBORS
leave Hi" yonnj:
provide for her
woman with money to
Drunk; Fell and Broke Jaw. James
Hi ley. while in an intoxicated condition,
fell on the street crossing and receiv
ed unite serious injuries, including a
broken jaw. The man was ftrsr taken
to the police station, and as soon
is t lie extent oi ins injuries was as
certained, ne was removed m me am
bulance to St. Luke's hospital.
Greek Witness Fails to Appear.
Whether or not the "Black Hand" has
;tu organization in Davenport, as alli
ed by I'ete Papas, an employ' at the
.Macaroni works in tins city, remains
as much a mystery as ever, and by
some it is believed to be a fact that
there is such a society here. This b
lief is strengthened by the failure of
I'apas. who was singed Tuesday by
three Creeks, to show up at the trial
io prosecute ins assailants. It is 1
lieved that the Creeks have threatened
rapas. with due vengeance it lie prose
cutes his three fellow countrymen.
else .lave spirited lnni out ot the citv
so thai he cannot tesiit'y against them
Assistant Count v Attorney liawden
states evety effort will be made to !o
cale I'apas. and it it can tie shown thai
the Creeks of Davenport, whether thej
ciety or not.
into a "Mack Hand so
are responsible for hi
they will be punishei
to the full extent of the law.
To Have urst uutinq. i ne 1'as
time dub will take its first river trii
for the season next Sunday. Down th
river on tilt" clulis barge l lie rajs
time," towed by the steamer l.one Star
the c'.ub will go. to see how high tin
river reallv is. They will stop at .Mont
pelier. or wherever pleases their fancy
Wed at Clinton. The friends of Al
freil II. Nabstedi and Miss Anna Kelly
will be surprised to hear of their mar
tiage. whicii took place Ttiesdav after
iioen at Clinton, Iowa. A number
their 1 1 lends, who knew ot the coming
maniage planned to surprise them if
. ilH-v were married here, but they wen
cleverly eluded by them by catching
.train for Clinton, where the knot w
1 1 it il. The greoin is the son of Jacob
Nabstedi. the Davenport real est at
man. and is tin engraver for M. K. Nab
stedi tt Sons, while t.ie bride is trie
daughter of Mrs. William Kelly.
Farmer's Hearing Postponed. Tin
preliminary hearing of Young Kid Far
nier and Dan Cillon. both charged with
slabbing James Craham. was again con
tinned yesterday in Justice Roddewi
court. The continuance was granted at
the request of Assistant County At tor
ney Hawden. by reason of the inabilit
ot .Mr. iii'anam to appear as the prose
cutiiig witness. rite hearing is now
sei for April 24. Mr. Craham is report
ed to be improving slowly at St. I -like
Must Have Detention Home. By the
teims of the new act recently passed
by the state legislature, a copy of
which lias been received, Davenport
I will soon posse ss a detention home and
school for dependent, neglected and de
linquent children. The bill provides
'tha' in every county in the stare hav
ing a population of more than r.U.Uoo,
it sh;:'l be the duty of the board of su
pervisor to provide and maintain, sep
arate, apart and outside the enclosure
of any jail or police station, a suitable
Brvrraj;-4 contains but
ct nt of Alcoho!.
BAILEY r.O .
4 Per Cent Interest PH
R. R. Cable,
William H. Dart,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hunt,
H. 8. Cable,
Bolicltora Jackaon ft Ham.
I BREWING CO. 1
I MILWAUKEE, I
detention home and school for depend
ent, neglected and delinquent children.
A FINE ON
Assesses Aledo Man $525
Illegal Liquor Selling.
Aledo. April in. County .Tndsi-'
Rice has lined Ole Xyline $525 a:i 1
costs for illegal liquor selling and
ordered that he be committed to th"
county jail until the line and cos s
are paid. Au appeal will be taken.
SERENADED IRA D. SAN KEY.
Beautiful Easter Tribute to
mous Blind Singer.
Of all the novel and beautiful inci
dents of Easter (lav none provoked
more comment than n "sunrise sere
nade" to Ira 1. Sankey, the blind and
bedridden evangelist singer, at his home
The service was led by the Uev. Fred
erick Mills, the singing evangelist, with
a large choir from the Hanson Place
Baptist. .lanes l'.aptist. Sumner Ave
nue Itaptist. Kmburv Methodist and
Washington Avenue Baptist churches
savs the New York Tribune. AVhen the
service wns over in the Hanson Plac
church some one suggested that it
would be ti tit ting thing to go in a bxly
just around the corner unit sereuaue
Mr. Sankev. who. while associated with
Dwlghl I.. Moody, entertained hun
dreds of thousands with gospel singing
Headed by In. tise and the Kev
Joint U. Knox, the singers man-lied to
South Oxford street. The Sankey
house is detached. Mr. Sankey s room
is on the second lloor. The great choir
surrounded the house, and tit a signal
from Mr. Mills began 'tied Will Take
fare of You."' which has become a fa
vorite with evangelists.
Upstairs in Mr. Sankey's room ihe
effect was almost electrical. "What is
it what does it all mean':" exclaimed
the bliud man. nuislng himself from
mi Easter meditation and reaching his
bands toward the window. The early
morning air thrilled with the melody
"Quick:" said Mr. Sanl-.ry. "Open all
the windows. I don't want to miss
any of it."
The windows were raised, and Mr,
Sankey was assisted t a -eat over
looking the street. The tears streamed
down the old evangelist's face as In
listened to the voices. In succession
then were given a number of Mr. San
kev's favorites, among them Onward
t hristian Soldiers." "When the Mi
Have Uolled Away." Tnder Ills
Wins" and "No Shadows There."
Long lie fore the programme was fin
lshed the street was filled with peojdi
attracted from nearby -.mints. No one
could account for the great choir out
of doors at that hour iu the morning.
Dr. Wiley on Eating.
''Men should choose their own food."'
FP.id Hr. W. H. Wiley of the bureau of
chemistry at Washington to a cne
KjMindent of the Chh-ago Inter Ocean.
"Lots of people are vegetarians, and I
think that till of us are inclined to eat
too much meat because it is the first
thing ve notice upon hiking at a
"I voluntarily out down my meat
diet to one meal a day and do not eat
very much then. For people who do
hard physical work nothing is better
than starch or sugar. The cereal eat
ing nations can endure more hardships
than meat eating people.
"Japanese who eat a pound of rice a
day can draw you around town all
day in a cart and never feel it. You
never could do that on n pound of
"The whole theory of food selection
lies in eating what you need when you
need it and not establishing one menu
to be served every day of your life.
You might eat typhoid germs one day
without contracting the disease, but if
your health is broken down the system
cannot reject them.
"Every man has pneumonia perms
In his mouth. It will not affect the
benlthy leing. but let him contract a
bud cold, and the germ will find 8
lodging place in his lungs."
This salve is intended especially for
sore nipples, burns, frost bites, chap
ped hands, itching piles, chronic so'-e
eyes, granulated eye lids, old chronic
sores and for diseases of the skin, su th
at tetter, salt rheum, ring worm, scabl
head, herpes, barbers' itch, scabies or
itch ami eczema. It has met with un
paralleled success in the treatment
of these diseases. Price 23 cents por
box. Try it. For sale by all leading
Take me back to old Wisconsin,
Where the sugar beets and tobacco
Where the farmers are healthy, happy
They all take Rocky Mountain Tea at
T. H. Thomas' Pharmacy.
and all other symptoms of kidney dis
ease are speedily "removed when the
kidneys are made healthy, active and
vigorous by the use of
Dr. A. V. Chaso's
the world's greatest kidney and livet
regulator, and the only medicine hav.
ing a combined action on kidneys and
liver. One pill a dose ; 25 cents a box.
Write for free sample to The Dr. A. W.
Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
Papered the Wrong House. An in-
oluntary contribution was made to a
Muscatine man recently by a .ioune
paperhanger. and as the donation .s
pasted tight against the wall the
erhanger is permanently out and
Muscatine man correspondingly
There are thiee residences in a
on Thirty-fouitii si reel, each belonging
to a different man. and each at pres-
nt unoccupied. One of the owners
recently decided that the sitting room
oi his house should ne papeieu. .tin-
paperhanger was sent out to Thirl
fourth street. He found the door ojien
us expected, completed the job m a
day. and departed well sausueu wi.n
l he work.
When the owner came to his propr-r-.
. . i,
ty to inspect tne lmptovemein in-
found that no work had Deen'dono.
and investigation developed that the
paperhanger had papered the wrong
lini.su The owner of the wrong house.
Muscatine man. is much obliged, but
. ,...4:..,, lio.-
as He never nan any out-innm m Hav
ing any papering done nothing mote
than a kind "thank you" is forthcom
Odd Fellows Accept Bid. It is an
ticipated by Dec. 1. if present plan
are caried out. members' of the Swe'
h Olive lodge will have a $:',n.eu.
home at the corner ol I in it cent n
street and Fifth avenue. At a mer
ing of the building committee Tues
ihiv evening, contracts were award "I
for a three-story edifice to he erect
this .dimmer on the northeast corner
if Filth avenue and Thirteenth street
work on which will he started as soon
as the ways and means commit i.
has provided some plan to raise th
funds. The action of the committee
will be reported to the lodge Mom, ay
evenin" at which time formal acton
will be taken.
Merchants to Celebrate. Retail
merchants of Moline will again cele
hrate merchants' dav this year. It will
be held on some Tuesday during th
later nan of .In v or the tore part Ot
An-rnst There litis been consider;!
hie discussion in the association as
'he advisability of observing mer
chants' day. some urging among other
liings. that it he set on Labor day.
At the regular quarterly meeting he.d
Tuesday evening it was decided th;t
i separate day be set aside and th-'
matter of providing some kind of ;vi
xctirsion or outing wti; placed in tile
hands of the entertainment committee.
Wants To Be Annexed. Resident
of the territory between Moline and
East Moline besought the lousiness
Mens' association for assistance 'n
bringing them into the city limit:-
Tuesdav evening. Petitions were suo-
mitted showing a majority of th.
resilient s and a majority of the prop
erly owners of the tract in favor of
the measure. Mr. Peterson, who has
been aciive in pushing the annexation
proposition, was present and spoke ro
the members. The sentiment is large'y
in favor of admitting the territo-y
aud the petition was referred back o
Mr. Peterson for furiher signatures
and then they will lie admitted to tin?
city council next Monday evening fo-
action, lor the aunf xation it rcqituvs
both the majority signatures of th'
people in the tract desiring to come
into the city and also a majority vo-e
of the people in the city that they
will admit the territory. It is the idea
to have both this subject and that of
the $1,000 saloon license voted upon at
tho special election to be called in the
Shots Broke Windows. Leonard
Peson and family, residing at 19:0
Tenth streets, had their lives endan
gered yesterday morning, when van
dals fired the charges from two shot
guns into the house. Nearly every
window in the small house was shat
tered, many shots lodging in the walls
of the interior of the rooms. Who
fired the shots may never be learned
and Mr. Peson hasn't the slightest idea
who could do such tin act as he can
not recall any one whom he would
call his enemy. The first inkling that
the family hi 1 of tho coming troiibl"1
was when Pvti b-'irl'-s were hrovn
'.hrour,;i the Mt.dov. .:nd
siicts follo'vcd inime !i;.e!y.
Box Before Eagles. Wings were
put on 41 candidates Tuesday nig'it
at the regular meeting of Moline aerie.
No. 1112. F. O. Kaglos. This is the
largest class to join the order since
its organization and the membership
now numbers over P.fiO. Fifty-one can
didates were eligible to membership
but 7 of that number failed to show
up for the work. The lodge now has
been organized a little over twenty
months and it has enjoyed the best of
prosperity, and has increased to the
most rapid rate of any other lodge '.n
the city. The initiation Tuesday ev
ening was followed by' a social session
and the new members were given their
first social treat. Lunch and refresh
ments were served in the main hail
of the Turner hall and nearly the en
tire membership was present. Dr. J
W. Morgan was the master of cere
monies and several talks in the inter
est of the order were made. Sever.! 1
songs were rendered during the even
ing and a pleasant evening was spent.
The attraction for the evening was a
six round contest between, Rufus Phe
nix, of Moline, and Kidi Animerman.
of Davenport. Both boys were fast
and the spectators were given an op
portunity to see some clever work.
Animerman was given the decision.
Jimmy Gardner refereed.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allshrow hav.?
returned to their home after being at
Lincoln. Neb., for several months.
Hazi 1 Orr. of Hillsdale is visiting
vitli Iter sister. Mrs. Marvin Mumina.
Mis. Guy Nicholson is ill witii ly-
Mr?. P. P. Sheppherd. who lias hi
iil is improving.
Tile Harmony circle, of the M. F..
church will hold a bazar at the Wtvid-
nien hall Tuesdav afternoon and ev-
ning. April H'., the day the village
ehctioii is held. The ladies will havr
lie of numerous and fancy articles
that they have been working upon for
Mr. George Allshrow and family arc
moving inio their new home at the
Mrs. Henry Ililberg visited friends
m Moline 1 hursdav.
Mrs. L. I-:. Jenkins, of Galesburg.
pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Aus-
Miss Lydia Peterson was shopping
ill .Mobile I'liihiv.
William Molir and family spent Sun
day with relatives in Hamilton.
Mrs. Emily Carlsiedt and children, i
Moline. visited at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. 1). Y. Allshrow. has returned
home from Port Brvon.
Last Wednesday evening a surpris 1
party was given in honor of Miss Yiol.i
Mrs. William labeling spent Saiur
day and Sunday in Moline with her
daughter. Mrs. Dan Hendricks.
L. I). Edwards and son. Adolpli, an
wife, (if Moline. aneiided prenchiu
here Sunday evening tit the P.apii. l
Mrs. Matthews, and daughter Mill "
Matthews, spem Sunday in Joslim
will; Mrs. Clyde Wake.
Mrs. Snow visited relatives in Pori
lb yon Monthly afternoon.
A dedicatory stivice was Ik Id at
the Baptist church Sunday evening.
Some remodelling has bc.-n done and
( xteiisive repairs made costing about
fl.nni. At the service Slus was iai.-e.l
milking the church entirely free 1
debt. Kev. E. P. Brand, of Noiniil.
111., had charge ol the service.
Miss Katherine Briiton. of Rock Is
land, litis been spending a f vv d:tvs
Jake Abel, who has purchased M.i
thi.is Simmons's property moved over
from liuffalo last week.
C. E. Spicklen. who was very ;ii
iast week with an attack of rheuma
tism, is s'owly improving.
Mrs. J. R. Spillet- was visiting a:
Foster. II!.. last week.
William Si rohnieier male a trip to
Muscatine with the. "Pearl I'.." 'as'
Mis. James C. Rriiton and si n. Hays
have returned from lb my. 1!'... wher
they spent last week.
Chat lc s Harris, of Rock
visiting Willard Parnienter
Word has b'en teceived from T. W.
Simmons that the fine team of horses
he purchased a short time ago from
Ceorge Roll, of Hamlet, were killed oa
the railroad at Glenwood. North D.i
Koia, nisi wcck witne en route 1
Miss Therese Purmister. who h is
been very ill. is slowly improving. The
trained, nurse who has been in r.t
tendance departed' for her home m
Davenport last week.
Cilpin Moore started Tuesday night
with his car of stock and household
goods for Alpena. South Da koia.
where he will make his future home.
Mrs. Moore and two children. CI 1
rence and Russell, will follow in a
John Deakman is in a very critical
condition, he being quite ill with ty
phoid fever. Dr. Oliver, of Musca
tine, is the attending physician. Mi.-s
Sado Small has been secured as
nurse. Miss Livingston, of Joy. is as
sisting Mrs. J Deakman dining the
illness of her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Ripley, from
The Work and Worry and Close Con
finement of Their School Days and
How They Can Be Safe-guarded
To thousands of hoys and girl's the
connnement ot tho schoolroom and tho
auncs imposed Dy tneir studies are a
strain, a vpry serious "-train. Many
become broken In health by this strain
ana are pnysicauy weakened for life.
Give your boys and pirls good
nealthful, pure, strengthening- food
and you go far toward removinsr all
Malta-Vita, the- crisp, delicious
wnole wheat food, contains every food
element necessary to the maintenance,
and upbuilding of the human body and
mind especially beneficial for children.
"Malta-Vita" la no meaningless
coined word. It stands for its literal
translation from the Latin and means
eraotly what It savs. "Malt Tife." Thr?
frlgH.il rhrase "For the- blood Is the
life Is the starting point and final
winning post of Malta-Vita, on account
Of Its large percentage of maltose, or
malt sugar, a natural sweetening agent,
easily digestible and readily assimi
lated by the human economy, forming
rich, healthy blood.
Malta-Vita is so good to eat not
at all like the tasteless varletr of
breakfast foods that the whole family
welcome Its appearance on the table.
And It's always ready to eat.
.Now for sale by all grocers, 10 cents.
Clean House This Spring!
I M M
' 'cause of its lightness
ch'jir tr;ets old before us time.
C It takes verv little 7.U to make
yoti!: tirai:; .'".till less to kee: it so.
J ;,) dries (juickly and hard - never sticks
C Try it on Hour chairs.
For Sale By
ALLEN MYERS & CO., 1821 SECOND AVE.; EBERHART'S PIA
NO HOUSE, 2224 FOURTH AVE.; L. S. M'CAEE . CO., TOT
TEN'S MUSIC HOUSE, J. P. WILLIAMSON, 1628 SECOND AVE.:
YOUNG S. M'COMBS, 1727 SECOND AVE., AUG. HEIMBECK, 924
near New Uoslon, visited rekrivei .
Monday in tills vicinity.
Mrs. (I M Nali. who has been i.l
for seme time with nervous prostra
tion, seems ligiitly improy d. Mi-.
J. -y, of Hannibal. Mo., is at th ¬
side of her mother assist in;
caring for her.
Tile lf.ilan I, rot hers have sold
farm to Calvin Stewart.
Mrs. Spillet and childien
.. i.ds he
was wi II
r. p. cii;.
rots sale a;
zed 'I'm .-day.
Seiver will -,
Sun, la v.
esti -till .
1 1 fi
t here wet
C. V irkinan
are having a
. we seem
nates mixed a
s Cladys tin
,-isiied over st
with Miss s
id Lena Li e.
Klisha Lee an
Hopes were Rock Island visitors Ki
Mrs. P.arbara Ilartnian received
t it-gram Monday telling of the dear
of her sister-in-law. Mrs. Smith.
Nichols. Iowa. Mrs. Ilartnian titiende
Miss Lstia Lemon visited Satnnla
night and Sunday at tho home of C. '
Miss Ne,,e Cooper returned
Scoffs Emulsion strengthens enfeebled fl?
nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and
It provides baby with the necessary fat t
and mineral food for healthy growth.
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
He Is the old reliable specialist, established in Davenport 12 years. Dur
ing that time over fifty specialists have come here and remained from a
few weeks to a few years. They took your money and left nothing but
broken promises. rr. Walsh has remained here long enough to prove his
permanent, for the people
IMT waste your time trying others, for you cannot get our treatment
at any oilier pla- as most of our api,li:in-es inl treatments are the re
runs u our own study aim invention, ami you cannot get the
suns wn until mem.
SI-II-; our new- Risantie Static X-Kay
lorins ! elect t-K-ity. vibration and
equipped Institute. Consultation.
IlI'.VIi:llli:it. our treatment Is the best and the cheapest. Don't pay your
moiiey i,,r inferior treatment when lie surest is the cheapest. Our guar
antee is buck,-. I by 12 years of sucees right here in Davenport and thous
ands of cured and satislied patients. lo business like a business man
go where y.,11 can the Ix-st n.r your money If you are not sure, in
vest U-a I'-, and lie sure you're ritrht. th n go ahead.
V01K- suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of ins vast ex
perience. !l--1i. we cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinary and bladder disease,
hydrocele, nervous debility and sprcial weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
stomach and intestinal diseases. Varicocele removed in one treatment,
painless and bloodless. Keep your money In your pocket until you see it
Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical Institute. 124 West Third
Htreet (rear Main street), Davenport. Iowa. Hours, lu to 12 a. in.. 2 to
4:30, and 7 to 8:30 p, in. Sundays from 10:30 to 12 a. m.
Lyon Q Healy's
For Pianos and
7 Zol Features:
1. Cleaner and Pol
2. Biggest Bottle
(full 8 oz.)
3. Lowest Trice.
4. Dries Quickly.
5. Will not smear.
(I. Contains no acids.
7. Hardwood Floor
A lanffsize Bottle of ZOL
Uull oz.) coats only
constant use the
fw.ni a week's visit
sis-M. Mi.-. RoliMt Sprosion.
Rev. Mr. Tid'iall litis purchased
Lewis ("ridley's pi open y in Hamlet.
Lnieison Crabs hud his arm brok'i
between the wrist and elbow Saturday
wl'.ile chopping wood. A tree feM
Miss Can;',' Cooper returned home.
Sunday from a we k's visit with her
brother Roy and family of Perrytoii.
Mi:-s Josie Rmilt iimho'ise met tain.-.f
ten of her friends Saturday it being
her iwoli'ih birthday.
Mi.-s Millie Royies spnt Saturday
night with her cousin. Miss 'Winn;
P.oylo.-- at l:le home of A. Kendal.
R v. ami Mrs. Tidball are .mending
the siring mi cting of tin- Rock Rive--Presbytery
that is being held a: Si?--lmur.
The Woman's Presbyterian
Mis ' -inly society is meeting ut the
ANOTHER GERM DESTROYER.
Herpicide is Death to Dandruff Germs.
The genu burrows into the scalp,
throwing up the cuticle in thin scales
called dandruff, or scurf, and digging at
ti'e 100: !,f the hair, where it saps the
hair's vitality. First comes brittle linir.
Lien lu-ti rh ss and dead-like hair, then
falling hair. and. finally baldness. Nine
lenihs of the hair troubles are caused
by dandruff. Without dandruff, hair
will grow luxuriantly, as nature intend
ed. Herpicide kills ihe dandruff germ,
having tho hair to grow unhampered,
as ii does with ihe American red man.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 111
etuis in stamps lor sample to the Her
picide company. Detroit. Mich. Two
sizes, r.u (t ins and $1. T. H. Thomas,
ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00. X
he cured 12 years ago have remained
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