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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1911.
BAKED GOODS TO
HELP THE POOR
PrnreeHu of Saio After Cookinff !
School Go to Associated
5HUULU Utl M iMIOC JJUIVIjer of the other articles
Long Lit of Prizes Offered Under Six
Division. Contents Are pen
The Argus believes in the support j
and encouragement of worthy chart;
table organizations. For that reason,
it has been conceived that a handsome
eum can be realized for charitable pur-
,,jr mru ui 6
WniCIl Will Ue rOIlUUtiru a a. ii'uaA
tr the Areus cooking school. All ar
ticles entered in the contest will be
sold and the proceeds turned over to
the Associated Charities.
Any one who attends the cooking
pchool is eligible to compete. Five
kinds of articles mav be entered; i.e.,
or loaf,, nies. doughnuts.
baking powder biscuits, or bread. AH;and ,f right,y done ,a peasing to the
articles are to ne centered at me 1.
M. C. A. auditorium between 10 a.m.
and noon on Saturday, February 4. A
woman may submit articles in all di
visions if she wishes.
DOK OT lE I.ABU.
The only condition of the contest is
that no other frying or shortening me-
dium that cotiolene is to be used in the :
Articles entered, the doughnuts to be!
fried in cottolene as well. Naturally j
even- cake entered will have to con- i
tain shortening element and t here-'
fore sponge and angel-food cakes
which do not require a shortening will j
not be eligible for entry. I
Mrs. Armstrone ions aeo discard- i
ed hoK lard from her kitchen on the j
grounds that hog products are hard
to digest and should le avoided as j score or prizes are to be awarded, and
mui h as possible. This is no hardship as j your chance to win one is good. Just
farasa shortening medium is concern- i think of exchanging a cake for & life
ed. because cot tok ne not only replaces size gas range or a complete assort
ed, but Is said to be superior in many I ment of aluminum utensils.
rfsp- ts. In case of rake, cottolene is j
used instead of butter a.cording to tbeSLVIS PAYROLL IS $82,000
terms of this contest. .Mrs. Armstrong ;
will make cottolene aue during th
cooking school and the Rock Island
housewife, ho experiment? with a cot
toleno cake wiil It-am something to
1m r advantage flnancfaily at least, be
cause cottolene f;st s less in tlio first
place than biiter and is said to go far
ther in its shortening properties.
As a rov.ard for tho skill of rotite.-t-ants.
tliero have been assembled !
most desirable assortment of prizes
which will appeal "to the housewife.
Tho prizes are: Layer cake division
First. A $1(1. .".it outfit of " Wear-e or"
aluminum totiki!) utensils. Shroud. A
mahagony ener Missel "Siii)er!ia"
carpet sweeper. Third, a five-pound
box of Math's best bon bons.
Loaf rake division First . An eclipse
cabinet gRs range. Second. A Ki mi"
bin flour sifter. Third. A "I'liivj rsal" '
Theyoungladyof 1 year.sor under w ho rolI for January, including all de
)akes the best cake, either loaf or lay- 1 partments will amount to $S2,000.
er. will be piven her hoiee of any pair .
ot shoes carried by lol! Bros." COUPLE WEDDED AT ALEDO
I'ie dh iion Firs! . A household:
cabinet of the celebrated asbestos sad '
irons. Second. A "Savory" double
boiler Third Two pounds cf Chase
nnd Sanborn's best coffee, from Selle ;
IkviKl'.nut division. First. A ,Tni
vcrsal" eoiToe perco'aior. Second. A
"Coroua " roaster. Third. Three pounds i nnid in marriage at 8 o'clock last
of Chase and Sandborn s best coffee, j evening at the -ome of the parents
from Selle Pros. ! af !u, brj4le Only a small company
Hiking powder biscuits division. f t.-icrixes and close friends attend
First A "1'niversar bread maker. For eJ The ceremony was performed by
the biscuits made with "Maude S" Rev. T. S. Fettinger. Mr. and Mrs.
fiour. a barrel of "Mamie S"; second, j Mann left today for New Windsor,
half barrel. For the best biscuits ' where they will make their home.
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
Cooking School Coupon
January :t0. 1011.
NOTE See The Daily Argus for full particulars.
Cut out the above coupon and present at Tlie Areus business office.
The Bloom of
Pure, Rich, Red Blood Makes
aakaaaa m m MA BhaT aT
TP A. rvrire r.nnn m nnn
Impure Hood r.nd sluggish circu
lation are the real causes of pimples,
blotches, saliowricss and skin eruptions.
Any woman ought to know h:tt it is
worse than useless to resort to paint,
powder, complexion lotions and washes
to secure the semblance cf a. fair unJ
rosy complexion, while, neglecting to
remove the cause of the unsightly
The bloom cf health and youth is a
Flgn of good blood running strong and
true in the veins. Bad or impure blood
will quickly turn into good pure blood
rhen the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bladder properly pcricirrn their i unci iocs
in tittering and casting out from the system
:he system's poisonous wast matter.
Hcl lister's Rocky Mountain Tea regu
lates the bowels, arouses the liver,
itimulatea the kidneys to normal,
healthy fiction. It cannot fail to do
The whole system is purified and
sept pure by Liii ucqucU cqioL:-
INSTRUCTIONS FOR BROILING
BY MRS. HKLE.V ARMSTKOXG.
j The gas oven must be heated
'for 10 minutes before broiling, or meat
i will simmer Instead of broil. The
rack is removed first, so that the steak
will not stick to the hot wires and
I may be properly placed. The red meats
Ubeef. lamb, and mutton t are treated!
tin the same manner. I will speak lat -
i broil perfectly with gas.
Place the mat about
from the flame, always leaving the
oven door open while broiling. This
is important, both for the choice flavor
of the meat and to prevent burning and
smoke. As soon as one side is crisp.
draw out the pan and turn the steak,
then crisp the other side, using two
1 - V. I 1 - V. And thtto
'r"s w imnuie iue uu
i avoid piercing it. Set the pan farther
away from the flame to finish cooking
and rrd,Jce thfi heat turning a second
tinic if m,at iS qmte thick
may be added after each side is brown-
!ed. The time required will depend up
on the thickness of the meat, and
; whether reople wam it rare medium.
or well done, but the method is the
The intense direct heat sears
thg surface so that the juices arv re
u ,ligPStPd most appetizing.;
. eVp and paate Sucn results are not
j ODtalnaDle witn any other method.
made with "Ceresota"' flour, a barrel
of " Ceresota".
Rread division. First a five pound i
box of Coin Bros, bon-bons. For the
eest oreaa mane wnn ig jo nour,
three sacks of "Big Jo"; second, two
sacks ; third, one sack. For the best
bread made with -Occident" flour, a
barrel of Occident"; second, a half
4 w in. aid charity, at ukst.
Whether you win a prize or not, your
cookerv will contribute toward the sm
port of an institution that should
peal to our civic pride. But over a
January a Busy Month at the Kock
Island Koad Shops.
The -nf'-horse power boiler
economizer recently installed in the
power house of the Silvis railroad
shops are giving perfect satisfaction, I
especially the economizer. The econ-j
omizer is above the boilers and is
u... ku,.a ,. ;,v, I
ed by the gas and smoke that has
heretofore escaprd without being
utilized. The new equipment cost
approximately $ 1 2,000.
The month just ended has been a
busy one at the big plant. Forty-four
engines were overhauled and placed
in first class runnine order. Fortv-
seven of the iron monsters are in the
shops at the present time and T, 1 are i
waiting in the yard to be repaired. !
The men are working six nine-hour I
days at the present time. The pay-1
m.,i,, 4'itv Rri.lo (f ;
Aledo. 111., Feb. 2. (Special)
Frank Mann of Alexis and Mi.?s
Maude Craves, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Craves of this city,
Fair and Rosy Cheeks
ar aaa a 4 f afaaVl V I
nation of simple herb, roots and seeds
a blend that lias been improved by
science, skill, liiid the experience of
more than thirty years. 1'he original
Rocky Mountain Tea
I 1 1 . , . f
ran ue naa at any orugg;st s lor 3o a j
packagr. And a package will make 10S j
cups of health and Ftrength-giving tea. i
..yti. u, , tuncncg irom
ordinary female derangements, or frora
slutrgish circulation or impure blood j
will tind this fine old familv medicine
all that she could hope for. It gives
health, strength and vitality makes
life a joy and truly worth the living.
Vr r- J... A U 1. .1.
Tea is put up in tablet form. Ask for 1
, , it . , . . . -r k . :
nouiiur i kockjt Mounuin i et ixu i
ZLq ptT box.
Dry meats like ham, veal chops, and
calves liver are first treated to a thin
coat of butter, bacon fat ,or drippings.
Slices of bacon mav be placed in a flat
wire toaster, so that all may be turned
j at once. Each piece is evenly cooked.
we have a most wholesome result,
and are not annoyed by the permeat-
ting odors of the frying bacon. Broiled
bacon is exceptionally easy to digest
it is a form of fat most desirable for
delicate people and most welcome to j
the healthy. Fish and fowl are spread j
with, soft fat, also dredged with fluir, j
salt, and pepper before broiling and ;
a little lemon juice may be added too. !
We cook these more slowly than the '
red mrats and baste with hot water j
and the meltine fat. In this way we'
7 " , . f . i !
have juicv, tender meat, surrounded by
a delicate crispness. j
Chicken will have to he turned after
! breast is browned lightly and most of
the cookins completed before breast is
again turned to the fire. A delicious
irraw mav he made from the stock in
the pan below, and we have a dish impressed her hearers with its bene
that easilv rivals the popular fried fits- ne P0' she brought out
chicken, with none of the handicaps,""1 " U1 "1 01 "lieresi l" cooks
of constant watching or attendant,
Birds of all sorts are at th-eiri
Iv.ct rv-hon Kroiiori in this fashion.
i v.,;: Promnt s.r
game being cooked rare. Prompt ser -
vice on the hot plates which the care-
: ful cook has in readiness, complete
lth delight of the epicure.
FEW CLEAR DAYS
Month of January Was Remark,
able in Small Amount of
'SOL OUT BUT THREE DAYS
ap-!Tnent' favs Totally lowly Month
Like Lat Year Above Xormal
The year 1911 thus far has been like
i 1310 above the normal in heat and:
i . ,
! below standard in moisture. Data cov
ering last month, prepared by the local
weather station, shows that the aver-
! age temperature was 24. two degrees
; above the normal for 'M years, and the
j total precipitation was 1.11 inihes, or
j .25 inches below that of the average
: January. The highest temperature last
nionth was r.C. lecorded on the loth,
and the lowest 11 below, which was
reached on the Srd. The greatest daily
range of temperature was
7th. and the least was
on tin' ;
The average daily deficiency
prrature was 2.8 degrees.
i HiiKi: ( I Ktll DAIS
in teni -
Most remarkable in tl.e record for
January was the almost total absent o
of clear days. There were but three
of them, a record that has seidem been
Piuaiea in tins clime,
elKht Partly cloudy d:ty
i -i with-
VPn a ray of sunshine. Kain o
snow fell on in days,
At High School
The Cricket Debating society
last evening and the followiii!.
gram was given:
Story Will W'oodin.
Humorous reading -Will
Debate, "Hest ned. That Final Kx-
aniinations Should Be Abolished.'
Affirmative, Wallace Leland: nega
tive. Leo DeLong.
I The judges decided in favor of the
i Paper, "Astronomy" Leo Stc
! Parliamentary law drill.
Tonicht the rlebntinc team candi.
I dates are to meet w ith Coach Sinm t
I'lnl t ll 1 ,iol,1c? f r.V ,li-, yi
unit i irauio ivji tuT u i-t lit tlt-
bate are to be picked. Four of the
men who debated with Moline last
ear are back. They are That! Tay
lor, Leo Stevens, Will Wood in and
Edward Retirker. For the o'her two
posit ions Jonty Marshall, Harry Mos-
enfelder, Wallace Leland and Lc-
DeLong have announced themsel , .
as candidates. A movement is nt.w
on foot to provide the men who make
the team with some sort of an tn-.-blem
of the school which they repn
START AS MULE WHACKER js
Kobert Ie l.enienibers White. .New
Heal of I'uited Mine Workers.
I "I rtmemher well whin John T.
White, recently elected head of the
Lnited Mine Workers, lied in Coal
iVai !' said Robert Ix-e. former head
of the Coal Valley Mining company
'yt'suT T' af,;rnoon ' His, fa!Vai
i round house foieman for (he old I'. ;.r-
I I ' J 1 1 1 (I 1H t 'V. I VJI T Ci J , OiHl CJ. .
better, streighter man never lived );)
Young White Kft Coal Valley when he
i'w as a niere hov- hat evenat that eariy
age had begun his career by serving
las mule 'whacker' in the mines."
Mr. White, as The Argus sta td at
:the time of his election to th. head of
the national mine organization, w as
iborn here but left Rock Island comity
many years ago.
T- - - a., a. .
"uw uuc. v.,
The books are now open at my of- ?
five at 1712 Third avenue. Personal,!;!
taxes must be paid to the town col- i;(
lector JOHN T NOFTSKF '
Cnamberlain a Cough Remedy is a '
very valuable uedic;ne for throat and (
.lung trouble, quickly, relieves and H
i cures paicft.l breathing and a dan- cf
gerous soi-odicg cough which indi- i
. . . t
- i.ies crujresteu luegs. bC cy all
lirugaist - - .
LAUDS GAS RANGE
j Mrs. Armstrong Is Particular ;
About Stove and Wants !
j uen on lop. .
THREE RECIPES ARE GIVEN
Crab Mem Xenhnrg, Chicken Turn
overs and Cocoa layer Cake
Make Up Third 1eVon.
Giving the recipes for crabmeat
newburg. chicken turnovers, cocoa;
layer cake and coffee, Mrs. Helen i
Armstrong held the attention of the'
, . t , I
crowded audience at The Argus cook-
. & I
:n? 6choc1 apain yesterday sfternoon j
;Wnrn she g.-.ve her pupils their third.
1 nat -'rs. Armstrong is wedded to
! tne sas rangt pcis without saying i
for through her talk yesterday she!
I t).n, . I. --
,n? ovens lower, for one reason
tt is. convenience, to keep them
j " C
j ' "" mrn Z u ,i
I Mrs. Armstrong said that anv gas
range with an oven would do as good
baking as another. "But it must be
a gas range," she added. One of the
pupils asked: "How would you man
age a coal stove?"i-to which she re
plied: "I wouldn't manage one at
all;- I'd have a gas range, or I
In explaining the baking. of layer
cakes, Mrs. Armstrong told her pu
pils to place the cakes as near the
center of the oven as possible so
that the heat may circulate around
them. She stated that they could be
moved while baking, but warned
them against moving a loaf or an
gel food cake. She warned them
j against mixing the batter for all lay
iers and then cooking layers separ
TO TEST CAKES.
Mrs. Armstrong told, how to test
cakes to ten when they were done. "If
- '"" " ' :-
finger and the .nrint remains, the
cake is not well done. A .safe way
to tell when a layer cake Is thorough-
! ly done is to notice when it shrinks
I from the pan."
In explaining the making of crab
meat Xewburg. Mrs. Armstrong told
I now to use iignifirean rous in piace'coia water, men aim ruium m nn -
of the partv shells. "If the rolls areied nut meats and cool the mixture
, , , ,
hollowed out, buttered and toasted, 'partly before spreading.
said she. "thv make a line substi -
tute for patty shells. They are much
more wholesome and easier to di-
chicken turnovers were explained
to ),01. j;piis ;ind her method for
mflkinp I hp chickoti stock referred to
: in trie recipe.- 'bu ri tub inai
from the hones nnd put tiieni with
j the Trimmings n to boil to ni.;ko 1 lie
' body' of the t hicken stock." said she.
' The following are the ree're:; she
t nvr tinii m-: ni'iiu.
For one pine of crab meat broken
in to ppw-c.; pr-'pai'" a rint of sauce
as follows: .i-k oi;-fon ri li cup of
butter, add an oeu:! amount of flour
and cook until sino-th and frothy,
then, pour in two enpfnls of rich
milk. Season with salt, paprika nnd
add the ctab meat. When hented
tbioiigii. turn out g;.s i'.a ue and add
two egu yolk;-, beaten ,vr'i tvo table
spoons of sii-rry. Serve in patty
shells, brtcui case s or wi'li toas' ; cr
use less milk and piaee mixture in
ramekins to brown.
( Mil MA I I ItMIl Hits.
Sift, tr.ge-tl.er two cuts of flour,
three tear powhf uls of baking powder
nnd a !it!!e r;a!t--d.op into tjiis two
tablespoonf i.i ef c tt'j!e;e ;,i:I ope
of I litter. Wb.-n we1' mixed, mob ten
with m.Mk la x),.- half :i cr.pl and
roll about "cm if an in b iIpc'k. Cut
info lsree roitndv and v.n.-r on cv-
ittr of half oi C e.a ,i spoonful of
cooketl r-liitken. n't small and mois
tened v, ;th stock. P.f.i.'b etl'.:. s w ith
t trg. press repininiiig hahes .n close
ly a'ld fry in fleet) eotf )l"ni'-. or liake
in modera-e oven if ferred. Serve (
Something New for
Iak It Youi-m if.
I'nril the di.-cuvery of the
wonderful iica drug produtt.
.Mci.tlin-I.axpri", e.erybody ha I 'm
to rely on ordinarv- cr.f.ch mix- (j!
tures, usually compted of j (
id rphine, opium nnd like; J-J
but now the nn; ,t fffet-tae and h
popular c.ugh sruj) is made at j
l.oii, with e.-.sei.c men! ho- !'(
laxen;-. licre the formula:
iec ni -.n t ho-1
.hii. d s.Lir
I'.uy of y,ur druggi.-.i or have ';J '
hiru order it from tl.a w lioie- hi.
s.-iier. iwf ami on. -half ounces J
of . e.-si-m e fi.en-lio-laxen; !;') i
. . . . , , i'i
einpiy u inio a pint noiiie arm ),
fill up te Lottl
with granu- l
lated sugar syrnp. To make
the syrup nse a pint ,f sugar, h
and a half pint of boiling wa- JH
ter, stir it, let cool and mix till Sand &. Gravel Company.
it with the mentho-Iaxc-ne. Notice is hereby given that a 6pe- j
This makts a fine curative U ;.' rai meeting of the stockholders of the 1
laxative cough syrup superior (() j ruc. iSani sand ainl Gra. el company !
to anything yoy can buy at j:) 'Wji uG neid at the office of said com-1
four times the prW. Take in )i!,r,any in the city of Rock Island, cgun-j
teaspoon tul doses o to b) times ty of Uork Isiand and 8ta,e of Illinois.!
uai.j it loosens tne tigniesi j;j;on
cough in an hour, and is fine
for old people and for children
for they I ke to take it, and ,!;f
by i-s tonic, changing, healing
and laxative properties 13 pre-
ventR ptittinioni j. lung fever )!)
and other complications or - !
There is no ta-e to.: bad fcr
it to overcome.
For Sale by
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
APPI.K KROS., 721 3rd Av.
BATTLES. H. R. & CO.. 1806
BITK. E. F.. lth A v.. 30th Ft.
B1RTON. T1IOS. F... 1201 3rd Av.
1KHR. A. V.. 610 4.-th St.
I'lEPRICH. A. W.. 3"S 20th St.
CANNON. C. M 3800 14th Av.
Oross. F. (estate). 131' 3rd Av.
HARTZ. A. P. lt.17 3rd Ave.
HORB1.IT. II.. 1615 2nd Av.
HORTON. r. W.. 15,th St.. 11th Av.
JOHNSON. N. O . r.2 43rd St.
KIPP. J. J . 4501 nth Av.
KOVEP.MAN. J. F.. 600 12th St.
LAXGE. HENRT. 2Ti 7th A v.
LYNCH. OEO.. :.'6 4th Av.
MePONALP. G M.. 2304 Rth Av.
MAI VA LP & SON. 701 9th Av.
MOLLER. F. W.. 132S nth Av.
OLSEN. C. A., 1303 3t'th St.
PA R I DON. U. Sovith HeiRhts.
PETERSON BROS.. 601 9th St.
PFOH. L. C, 1400 3rd Av.
with chicken stock thickened and J
slightly colored with kitchen bou-1
COCOA I. AVER CAKE.
Cream a scant half cup of cotto
j lene until smooth and then beat in
gradually one cup of sugar. Add the
beaten yolks of three eggs and half j al ,lle pr,mar
a teaspoon of vanila. Sift together I
one and one-half cups of pastry flour,
six tablepsoons of Walter Baker's
cocoa, two teaspoons baking powder
and a little salt. Add two-thirds cup
of milk, and the sifted flour alter-,
nately, beating very thoroughly. I
Then mix in the stiff whites and ,
place in pans well greased and flour-I
ed. Bake in a moderately hot oven. I
Place three Squares Of chocolate
shaved i in a ;ance nan with two
isnaveai in a sauce pan wun two
tablespoons of butter, half a cup of
suear and one-fourth cup of rich
.'. ,,-e. f,..
i The programs for tomorrow ana
Friday F'let of fish, Knglish
j scone. Russian salad. Florentines
; and pastry makine
Saturday Planked steak.
nn rrler rice croouettes. tomato crefllil
TO STAND A TRIAL
... , . - i -i i
Deputy lif 'in Okllilmina Iskcs liaige,
of Follow Who Swindled Bank
of Canton Out of JSr.U.
Deputy Shi riff C. H. Schiffn. r from
Watonpa. Okla., came to Rock Island
today and tool; into his custody S. M.
.Martin, a ias C. W. ilkln.-on. m ho ad
mits havitig defrauded I he bank of
Canton. Okl.i., out of th" sum of
inn). The Oklahoma depiry had laken
.be (.it caution to s-ecure extradition
l'::pers from tho governor of this slate,
bnt they were not nefdetl, as Martin
made no attempt to fight his befnn tak
en back. Martin's siory told to Sheriff
O. I., iiinner w.ieti til" lai.er arrested
'ii:u here wa.: o'ifi.nitl by Di'pu'y
Scbirfner. who said that be had dealt
in stork for several months in order
to i.e one known at the banks, and
b."?d tip n induced them to loan him
.j.b'in on a herd of cauie which he
said were his. but which in r.-aiify h"
bad scireil only by making a. small
payment upon them.
TEACHERS MEET AT SILVIS
I'rogTitiii A rrangefl for l;:rii .s
The fi'llew Ine program will be jsiven
at the 1 1 ic-1 1 let nn dug of m hool teach-'
ei". at l be Silvia Mdiool Saturday:
"I lame. Ne Merry Wavt-1. :s " Cirls'
I i ice club
C'ltyshiirn titlress .1 Washburn.
"t'ivits ainl 1 lc:l! li ' Chanters HMv,
Vih a! sole M illie Heck.
"CIu :!.! Health"- Cfiai.tcio V. 22- ;
s.:, a i.i ;!. ;
"I. nii m lid iKaitn inaiteis
"Kbi and Flow" Clrls' CIre -!ub.
-Cj ics and H. al'h "--Cbapttrr 20-. I
Soi hlu KuIImihd.
. . . .
ln-'i lun'Mital rolo
To the Stockholders cf the Rock Island
(ne ojt day of February, A. U. 1911,
the hoiif of 8 o'clock p. m., for the'
purpose of considTing and voting up
on the q'l'.-Bfioii of increasing the capi
tal stock of said company.
C. J. UARKIN.
V. II. EDWARDS.
vV. . M CO.VOCHIE.
GEORGE H. RICHMOND,
- At'GL'ST HE.VKE,
the Following Grocers:
FTCKRON. C. E.. 113T 3th St.
SCH A A B, J. M. 10.) 4th Av.
W.'MMII. I.., K2.T 20th St.
SHiEi.ns. j. t.. sth .w
Sill RTRI I ? K. J. S. 42'M 14th Av.
SITTIO STAILMER. 700 17th St.
T ESC II K E, WM . ;. 9th Av.
THE MILL STORE. 3 0 4th Av.
Y EC K E I . LollS. 1706 3r1 Av.
WILLIAMSON. v. E.. 52S 16th St.
PAERF.I.LIEHN v- CO.. 2431 1 Sth St. !
FREEMAN. ALBERT. 2H02 Sth Av. i
HOOI.ANP. A . 1'.' ." lath St.
KARSTENS. W.. 1317 15th St.
KKI.T1NO. HENRY C., 114 2?thSt.
LANPEE. E. A. Co. 1201 5th A v.
I. ARSON. S. E. 1423 1 M h St.
MIEPKES MONARCH GROCERY.
flrTriit-i i. f r fii !
! NAEIIWE t CO. 114.1 16th St. '
OS1.EN & HOLMwl'LST. 823 ISth
i 1'ETEKS & SON, 409 7th St.
by the Growers
! commissioner. Fulijert to your approval
ORRLN S. HOLT.
To the Citizens of Itork Island: II
hrfl' announce mv rand i(i;ry for tlio
tti -t of mayor, sijUirt to tli dai-lson
of the voters at tlio trlmari s t l- h ld
Feb. 2S. H. M. SCHRIVER.
To the Voteds of Roi-k Island: I d
ire it. respect fully announce my candi
dacy for the nomination for mayor at
the primaries to be lield Feb. 2. lsll.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
To the Voters of Rock Island: I hr-
1 ,,y aniionn. e niywelt an a .andidate for
. ,mmissi,)m.r at th(i nominating prl-
; marv. Keb. 2.
i . Alexander j. pe sola.su
I '19 1 wenty-tlnid street.
j -ro ,u voters. I desire to announce
: myself as a candidal.- for the office of
i mayor, fiiie t to the primary election
, to Uo u,.ut ,f ,,onorcd by eiec-
tion. I will endeavor to Kive an admin-
isiraiion worm oi m.- commence or
me niuuis o. tvocn isianu. j
E. C. HART. j
TV. the Voters of Rock Island: I will;
be . -audit! Ue lor nomination as com-
, r,i?s,lh..r at the i.riiii.irv in this cilvi' sincere in hot h Instance then.
I am now serving: as assistant
II. e Rock Island fire depart,
ment, and have been identified with the "nn"- 1 iiohb wno Know m and are fa -department
14 years. I have been a tax-l"llIiHr w'" circumstances of my
t.avtr niativ years and have mv home In ! candidacy realize that I went down to
lilt- Sixth ward. I'KTWK ERE V.
To the Voters: of Rock Island: I bere
bv announce myself a candidate for com
missioner uiul-r the new form of rv-
ernm. tit. subject to the prim trc-s of
i.s wtll as.-urant -.- lo the puh-
I'c that if r.oui inat.'ti anil cb-.-t.-d I shall
! not disappoint them in m
j ni t ! i ti i a Kood ami economic govern
ment. "Nout;.i said.
I Jonas iib'AK.
iii Kigbteenth street.
I o l lie t uirix hi i ne i . 1 1 y oi f-.ock I a- j
I iimI: I. tri" iimi. i sikii. i. sunmii myfcel
a caiitlidate tr commi8ioner. aut
j.-ct to your approval at the primary to
l... I, .11 CI.. L'S t!Hl If li,ill.ln:ilnUi,.l
...t..l. I wiil look .Ht.-r the citvs af -
i".m:s with th. same Interest as I woul.l
mv t.wri business or private affair a
tinu thai I will receive your sup-
I am. yours very truly.
1.UII.S C. I 'FUJI.
To liie N'oters of Rot k Island: I here
hv iiiiiioun.-e niyselr as a caulidat for
commissioner at the Mini iua 1 1 nk prl
niarv. K-li. -S. I was horn in Kock Is
l.fid and have resided li'Tf all mv life.
I 'or iti" p.t 1 i y-ai-s I have been in
In" r '.ail ! i-urf busi n I- or 1 of t n
yinih I have I, , p.-atetl In the HJxtuI
warn, my present piai c or ren:uence ami
hiiiri-s. If chosen l'i i-tm nossioiiet , J
will filve try entiris time to tin- work of
the c.ty. A. J. RICS.S.
Tit th'- Citizen of Rtit k Itdund I
vi.-lt t. :i fi iit.n nc- thfit I am ;i candid.ile
f.if ma"l-. Hilhici.t to the .l I m;i r ien
I' noi'l.iy. H't-li. I am nut an cx-
ttcr-.ii.t (in anv iimi-iiiii, itud in lii
. -.-tit that I am hos.-n f r m i rnr. h'ihIIJ
:-hiw n't I ;t - t ii if rn , hut h:(lt i-nliiv'ir
T.t f nit 1 1 . I- tic lifM i nt.-rc-l (f all iiiirl
citiz.-tiH. n:..'-aiiv. 'iiiam i.tii.v :.n.i ,,r..-
i; rH."ti . ly. l am ci.ii'int-i itiK a a-ict
lit! hnsit.i i and am "iiilnli-ht Hint I
call 1-elVe the people of Roc It lll.llnl
iioi fdlv anil efllil.-ntly. K"li-itinn your
n.ort I tin
. i s i rnlv vour".
CIIAIil.lJS .M ,SM"IKRrt.
1 :.'-' Font 1 1, a Hint .
the C'Higcna of Hock Inland. I
.icidrtl to lit- ''im- n candidate for
av (icldrii to I..-. ..me a an.lnl.il8 fori
t t.inmissii.i.r.r ..r the f.ri ma rn-a to i.e (Ijilon of the skill can e-anilv be corr"ct
lo l l i". mui d.j-irc t . .up..-" mv jf tr, fftee, neck aii'l arm ate ni-m-
Kr.il.t i,. lor to kind and K.-iietoua .
mai-ncr mi whl.-l. inv frond have vikii- j t8ed rilghtly wjtli rerol cream.
..i a petit;..:.,. Hhii-n nave .n . .r- f is surprising Khlt a dcliKi'f litl
ii it-d iii mv I ": ail 1 have had - , , .
P-ri. :.- i:. p.ii.iic fffafiK m ih- ..me. niaRagH cream --r! makes, and a it
..i ..--.sior and think have pnn wor- , costs but a trifle arid l easily prepared
Hi. i'.etl tutahle. If 1 an. f f..i t wtiale i . ...
to H-cir- a Ida. - ..n ii - h.niot f..i- Jery woman Khonld keep ,t hand.
l'-wn.r' the f.rin.arP-a. and am l'ct-1!To make, get 2 O'lncea of cerol at lij'1
land under llTT.TX"'! H'il" H HCt.t p'.lt
th.- j.oj... ti.e i.. si that u in tn- iii if, f btdllng water, ntlrrlng uiitl! smooth
Flsant and EloaiiEiV
, the sc.vp a 3e,icu-.
t c !:fT o'. tin !er f.e
rr it.-.j tr.e he.,
.'i : .-.. ire . a :.i.si t
fc-.-.-(i.i-. ml .loni'.i;
i.na ; ... t-f s.:.t-y brtr,
t m -iliit.i oiivi tr. 1 v irx-a bet-
f ' - .... J. . t; -.gtil'pl.. : 1.l(e
?, J"i - rm f T at little
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4i JC aVisafc
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. fr-: i .. . rr ire ne.,
fV&t&Y Licfa Quinol i
'."'i".'if y m:i 1 :r.'.n tie scalp
rr.,,xf v'.inn;!n?i tii.Jr u..il'..
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RELIABLE TEA COMPANY. 1411
UOSKXK A EPSTRANP. 1J lMh
ROSS. I. M . 1407 7th Av
S-UtOErEK BROS. MS IMh St.
SWA.NSoN. JOHN. 1.27 .Mh A.
VAN B ESI EN. CA.MIL 2S'MI IMh
WEIC.ANPT BiHIX, 704 1 St h St.
WRAV, C A
ALLAMAN. J. K. f ." S. Main
FELPT. A. M. 11.1 W. Itro.idway.
;ii:s N. p . 21 1 S Mam
IKVIXK BROS. 21.1 E. Hr...l v.
MEEK BltrcE A Co., 11 E lt.
i HI SSKl.l,. It 1... 704 S 1-t
S1CKMON. (iKO ... in S th
SOUTH ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
SIEMON. J. p. V CO.. j4 MlolHK.in
of India Tea.
honest and .-onurlrnt inu attention tJ
duty. Yours truly,
JACK C. A LLP.
To th Vnlrt of th Cltv of Hock 1
land: I bellv! In municlnnl nnnrri
1 of all public utlllrlea. I believe In I'ie
, city doln all it own oontriict work. I
believe better work and material can h
bud at lens com to the cltv. Old vmi
ever utop to figure that If you were paid
for the franchises i you have ftlven awav
without any eomiensit Ion i what Wall
street values them at the Interest on
them which you pay Wall street would
pay all the expanses of the city nnd'
Hchools and then there would he moneyi
left. In fact. on mould have no taxes
to pay. I believe from mv buslnnas ex
perience I would be capu Me of helping
to brlnjr about the akov condition.
OSCAR "E. Arn.E.
Candidate for Commissioner.
To the Voters of Rock thinnd After
due deliberation and serious considera
tion. I have determined to place my
name before the people of Rock laland
as a candidate for commissioner under
the new form of municipal o vcrnment.
Vhil I bae not been no fortunate, aa
some other people In anlnitiK prom
inence, either officially or otherwise,
have on two different occasions pledged
myself to certain principles In connec
tion with nominal Ions for public aervicM
once aa a candidate for supervlior and
aaiti as a candidate for alderman. o,i
bot h these occasion I made public
pledge tfi:lt (f iioucl be elei ieil I
would rive to the people en Idea of how
"""if "fa Ira were run. either as I'Kir.li
comity or . ity. as the case mticht be.
1 1 announce mv rariiiuiacy ror com-
j mlssloner nom- under the same condi
defeat because 1 would not pledge mv
self to any element or Influence, or to
violate my convictions or principle-.
Voters of Rock Island. I take the Hmn
stand now. ami If I should be Heeled,
the first time that anything starts, a-teat
or small, to no nmif In t ottu.-cl Ion
with the municipal kov. rnrni-iil. yon
will iiar from me. I b. lee If Hie netv
system is started rlirhl all will lot tveil
i am not tnkinic a hantl in the t nt. -,l
Just to fttill a lew vote from some otii
er candidal.- In ortler that a certain 't
of men may be elected. I am ruiinliiic
for myself, ami In order that every cit
izen niiiv know lust where I stand. I
I will renew some of the pledges that I
made at the time of rnv foimer candl
! tla.-v for a rite office e'lt-nf it will i ...
mv duly to find out wltc the cltv ret
toon tio Mot support I lie CUV. se.oli.l.
iwh' w ""' ' 1 t'icht kind ..f
Protection, thlr.l. to s.e if, at etjual
! ' 'X''ts are heatowed iip-.n nil, and ll.
I PeciHl favort a
fourth thai .
re extended to none.
people shall decide
'f Impoi tale e. flfl 1 1
to uplift tin- itii.tal comlltloii of thet'M.
I will not be ot.liifdlc'l to env s' lllsli in
terest or immoral element In the cite,
for I would rather be defeated tinhfli
for a cause than el.-i-tt j ami bound hand
ami foot lo ilestru- lit e interest Hilef
Iv speak Inn. I will. If elected, so con
duct mvsclf that mv record will aia'd
does mv Work Itl bltPlneSS life fur
what It Is worth I am a tnvpav.-t
, M 'I ' I
t ( '
man who has Rock Island s Ini
At heart, first. l.i"t and all t'i- iini".
L. N It'll It IX. A L
Death espfcfeth thee ffiitrnhfrc;
ra wie. therefore, nnd fije. t dc.it hj
! very where.- 'iuarlea.
- ... -
Every woman Can Have
A Fine Pink Complexion
Without Powder or Rouge
It the Skin l Oily or Sallow and l.ift
lc lb in Will Make ll lcr
(.iimcs or tnai naiiow, ini'ifti con-
Massaged In the skin, it coi recta all
faulty conditions atid given the coni
plekion a healthy pd.k and white kIow.
At Prof. 0. F. Slater's
Elks' hall, Rock Island,
every Friday evening, and
at Prosperity hall in Dav
enport on Monday and
Saturday evenings. Class
es from 8 p. m. to 9 p. m.
Social dance 9 to 12.
Terms, 12 Lessons, $3.00
' W'JU'l'XI' UilUl.lH '" .LJ'i ,..' -ma.