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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE in, 1012.
Dear Mrs. Thomson: I harp been ,
married recently and e have been I
houK' l cepine for a:cnt two months. I
consul'M wph my i;i first and we
decided to b:y a Lous-', but fcince we j
have lhed 'hero she is dinsatifflfd ;
and h.'iH he wi! not live there any
1on--r "n acco'int of It Ti r. ir so lone-orn-
for h r. as the neii'f.bors are all
fort-ifii' rs with the -c-j.tion of a
fc. iiiwi I have to work lights until
10 o'rlori. ail-! all day S;. inlay.
Sl.c wail's to move and Inter on to
What would you advise, as 1 am In
doni t what 10 do? I would Y.ko to I
keep barn. or.;.. CLARKNCI.
J'.y all n' anH try to tnak" your wife 't
happy, as lot i- as Iht wants are within
n-afon. V(,j ran hardly expect a wom
an, and .-; -caly a young wife who
ban p.-ohahly ln-.-n st-afat-(l from br
par-i:ts atid all h-r friends, to he happy
In an aii' ti r.euh:orhood. particularly
whT, f-ht- has bo little of her htinfiani't
roni;an. If she consented to buy the
ho'iff ft.i- d.d !' ir: ltnoraiico of th
rotiditiot.H ir. wl.iui th.. would ha v.
Kiippo-' you take a l.'tle tim- 'o
look around before dccidit.i; to buy. It
in always wil io live for a t i m in a
neighborhood hfrc you intend to pur-flia.-'
. Th-n you will ! fully ac
rpiaintt d -a : t ii i'. ;.!.'! if you 1. !(; your
eyes op n have a " "t chain of
pt'ftirnr a harruii.. People ar- usually
better ca'ii-fii'd with the houses thev
build for r licrrisel ,s. tho.,i;h some,
time fine );ik!s ) t a'-out wl ;-t ot.e
wantH in a ho:.;.,, already hu:I'. A
wile, of course, s!.' lib; consider hiT
htihi.atid'H b-if in-s. itif r'Mn in the
election of a horii'v Som"t:rjes it is
best to live In a place where the neiiih-
white convent muue trimmed w-'tn ;
shadow lace, with which 6he wore a
large jwcture bat trimmed with lace
and a willow nlume. She carried a
; bouquet of Killarncy roses. The bndes-
maid was dressfd in white embroid
I try, with w hich she wore a w hite hat
j and carried a bouquet of pink and
I w hite carnations. The house was
1 beautifully decorated in flowers, the
wedding colors of iink ani white.
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds will po at
once to housekeeping at 811 Taylor
street, Davenport, where they will be .
at home to their friends after June Z4
MISS CRESCENTIA MUELLER,
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred MueJ-
bors are not altozethet- to her liking. 1 ler of Davenport, was married Jter
This ehouM not be done, however, un- . y morning at S:30 o clock to Roy O. j
leh9 absolutelv necessary, as the wife : Prest at the parsonage of St. Joseph 8
m.ist live with the neichhorhood a church. Davenport, by Rev. John
rrrti deal more than the husband ; Scht-rf. Only a small company of rel
does. Remember a husband can't be atives was present at the ceremony.
rr t v. 1 J W it y aunt I
really happy ur.lebs bis wife is reason- I me onae wm, aufuucu u, un cuv, ,
-MISS xxllin ADerie oi r-uiuiei, u.,
and the groom's best man was the
brother of the bride. Ebenezer Muel- i
lor. The bride was prettily gowned in ,
j white silk voile trimmed with lace
I worn over white satin. Following the I
I wedding ceremony, a breakfast was
I served at the home of the bride's par- !
; ents, 1224 Rrown street. Davenport I
i The fouple left for Chicago. wher i
j they will visit. They will be at hom ;
I at 1224 Brown street, the home of the
! bride's parents, after July 15, await-!
' ing the completion of their new home
i in Park View. '
j Mr. Prest is district manager for the i
! Iowa Telephone company. The bride
w formerly operator ior tne iowa
Tremendous Outpouring of the People
CO OPERATIVE STORE CO. JL 1L
Big Department Store at Rock Island Packed
With People Ever Day During the
ably happy too.
Pear Mrs. Thompson: "Whal will
remove tar from a summer dress with
out spoilir.tr the dress?
Please give me a Ood candy recipe.
Put lard on the tar and let it Etay
until tar is 'softened. Then rub off
t-ently with a cloth and apply turpen- j
tir.e to take out the stain; thoueh if j
dress Is colored, it would be better to
use pasoline. Ri,b always toward cen- I
'r of spot, po it will not spread and;
leave an ui:siahtly ms'k around the ;
"Five-minute Fudze" Is a pood can- i
(!y. Tal:e ?. cups of pranulated sucar,
"1 cup rich milk: bring to bontn? j
point, then a id-cue taMespoonful of
!ii.ttT an 1 tiv.' rahle.-poons gra'ed i
chfK-o'.ate. I. t bo.l j'i.-t live minutes.'
This gigantic sale will record the most important mercantile event ever held in Rock Island
HAVE ALL-DAY SEWING.
THE LADIES' Al'XILIARY TO
the Hock Island County Humane so
Mirnng constant!, uie remote 'roiu t.,Pty nel(J an all.day SeT jng meeting
the fire, add or.c teaspoon of extract yesterday afternoon at the home of
of vatiilia or almond, stir unill crei-y. 'Irs j j Williams. "11 Twelfth
then IH1ur into butt-red pla'es to cool. : etreet. Twelve of the members pent
('(oa can be used inst. ad of choto-i tao day working and at noon they
late, but unsweetened chocolate is bet- j were served to a chicken dinner. The
Ur. Be sure to put In the butter as ! iaHieK are nrenarini: for the annual
when the candy is partly
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SHOWER FOR EF.IDE AND GROOM.
Ti i: vol m; ri:o!M.i:s social.
! a; .i i ! ' irral 1 re? ter.a.'i church
Mm. ..... I.;:.! i erpi t r a' e. a suipi..e
on two i t i: n.em!). rs, Miss .Nellie
a'petitcr and Kuward A. 7.:eiTer,
1. m.'.iria --.' i an event i f this
Ji o: -'a. The tueiu- ers hi the a-i.e as
si a:1 . d un.P r tl.i t -i s-. n! a h.;s.n si
ei'. t.n- an I w i.eii H e s'.a.i.s of Me
v. i !.: '.i.rt march so .nded the honorees
were u.lo; nieil that tiny must lead the
t r. i'i ssi i ' ii io the .-ee -'tv rooms. Th'.
"i. vvii,. iiri i iiaL. ii "i'ii hells.
, l i ii:' ami s'o -n-. 1 1 ho": or es walk
:n hi i .v . .ii iiaets that a d them
on whirh were bouijuets
white earn.:oiis attached
sale to be held in the fall and at the
same time are doing a pret deal of (
work In a charitable way in the city.
They contribute towards the humane
officer's salary, pay the rent at the
Association house, board children and
in fact have a very varied lot of work
to attend to. They deserve the sup
port of the public and will welcome
i.ny aid friven t.'rein. The next ineet
ine will be held .July 1 at the home of
Mrs. Kate Collier, 710 Twelfth street.
HEAR OF ILLINOIS LAWS.
TI1F. Jl'NF. MKF.TINO OF THE
Woman's Christian Temperance un
ion was rieia yesterday aiiernoon at
the home of Mrs. ). C. ("line. 1 M "
Twenty-seventh street. After the
short business session a program was
piven, Mrs. JL C. Kinesbtiry acting
is leader. Mrs. Mary .Metzj:ar of Mo-!
line v.: s present and anA? an infor-
m il rii.a uj.sioii on Illinois laws con-
(errnn; women. These were shown,
to be a (onglouieration of excellent,
new and old musty laws, sometimes'
I rovokitm indignation and sometimes
mirth. The Illinois laws do not come
' i,;. to the standard set by mi'tiy of;
the oti.er states, but will protobly be
improvid in the near future. She
showed that they are not adequate
for the needs of women In the state. .
Aside from Mrs. Metz-ar s talk tacre
were no other numbers on the pro-.
Read CarefullyNote Offerings for Thursday
Muslin Underwear Sale
(On the Second Floor).
This is by far the strongest value giving attraction you
ever encountered. Thousands of snowy white under gar
ments are offered in this sale -made of superior quality
of muslins, cambrics and nainsooks and trimmed with the
daintiest and newest laces and embroideries.
Lot 1 Muslin combination suit suits, embroidery
Lot 2 $1.25 cambric combination suits, lace and
Lot 3 Lot of 1.00 muslin gowns In slip-overs
and open fronts, dainty embroidery trimmed
Lot 4 100 dozen ladies' muslin drawers, with tucks
and lace and embroidery trimmed
Lot 5 Lot of $2.00 and $2.25 white skirts, with deep embroidery
flounce, underlay rullle, extra good
Umbrella and Parasol Sale
(On Main Floor).
Impossible to match these values elsewhere. They are
positively the greatest values ever offered.
Ladies' 26-inch umbrellas, fancy handles, good quajty
taffeta, tape edge, fast black waterproof
steel rod and paragon frame
Regular $:i.a'i fancy silk parasols with long
$5.00 messaline silk parasols including the new
fancy borders and
JLCQ OPERATIVE STORE CO. L JL
Rock Island, 111.
On Sale Thursday, Our Entire Stock of '
(On the Second Floor).
At Ruthless Price Cutting
COATS, SUITS, SKIRTS, ETC.
at a fearful sacrifice. Don't delay another minute.
Come and pick from these garments Thursday.
Entire stock of ladies' new spring suits selling at
EXTRA 1(tn ladies' white lawn dresses, embroidery and laco
trimmed, values up to $10.00, O ftffc
choice of the lot 2JYJJ
EXTRA big lot of black voile skirts, here are skirts that
sold up to $10.00. GiA ktf
choice of the lot JJ- i7 -P -
F.TCTRA Lot of ladies' long spring coats in black and colors-
checks and fancy mixtures that sold up to $20.00,
choice of the lot
Extra Bargains for Thursday in
(On Main Floor).
ilco OPERATIVE STORE GO. X JL Rock sand L
$1.00 and $1.25 white
Ladies' 35c bleached
25c and 29c faniyr wide
silk ribbons, yard
a no selections. The ladies enjoyed a
very pleasant afternoon. Mrs. IL A.
drove, 614 Korty-third street, will en
tertain the ladies July 30.
l o a t .i : i
of r. d a'
to wliii !.
i H J -d.
; ::',. a:., w I l-t. e.itiis.
..'!. I.i r Haw '.uiu ;it of
pil U and tan id.ai'.p a dc kIU and her
I at '. ot i.i. r 'r:ii. ii. i .i in p. iik ru.-i s
Mi arrti .1 a m:;.V br.de' ro-e. .t 1 1 -1
I.i''.;.' M.e 'i I 1..' I. Ih bndi Mi i .
Mr.- U . 1 Ir.i:, ..-. ml.; "I love lou
Tr.l." and after ti.e ceremony s-he
han; "Oh, promiM- Me." Ms Irene
Jrht.(iiin. aiioil., r h'er of !.. bride,
p'awd tile bnd.il thorns fro-a !:...;
;:i in as the w ibbr. tnarch.
M r and Mrs Harts li b " last i-.'cht f.'r
Chicap'.tii.iM;;.: the tr p ! .m'u uiiil ut
ter .1 uly 1 I'.i be ttl Louie at 4 : J T tl
Mr. Hattsch is a i hoio
' idm . :i Tt ti! -tli. id
.. iiT'ei .i, ,i the I o: s, r
,n A'.i'i.-taiia. at .', l- a
f ci v.m rv afo! ef m ii
i x ei si' . a:id l as bad a
i.i e l t..it t .ir.e. Si.e a
1 ii. K.H'k Island, and
l.o:ne beie ; ra tit il y ad
s'j tior.i oi.t .
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y t bin
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1 tl.e en
ii y un
read the at
s of strings
1 ll.il d s' reel,
vr t; her r h a
Ur' et. I!;.- : Tl
a'o of ii' ..
"r.id..a!e of '!
H'.f Of I I'llM' 1.1
t lass in tn. :.-:' s
boi n and n-ai'i
has 11. lib' b.
1 . r life, i;
the C' ren.ony w en
ericiv l-artsih of
Mr and Mr:
it n at
which ' !.. v I' i.ir.v.'d and which led
.in to tl.,. pastor's study, where
Mit y found the ad ti rininated at the
.iii.s of a lai-e rocker, t'.e nift of
'!; iea-" t i Mr .iet'.er and Miss
i arpent. r. Calais of ar:oas kinds
wire played an I refreshments were
served dursr.j th.e remainder of the
venire. The tnarriate cf Miss Car
penter and Mr. Zieiiin is .in event
of tl.-.s month. The foriiitr has been
employ,, as a Uaiher in the South
Moin.e M-hools and t!:e ia'ter is in
the I., ad utlb'es of the Modern Wood
n.eu. REYNOLDS- BRADY.
Yi:sri:unAV mokmm; at 8
tiie n.airioge of Miss
(iautht r cf Mrs.
aly. t,j Frank C. Hey
1. i f Pawn; or. They
a-'.nd. .: by Miss Klsie
and J.e-n The. ken. cousins of
;de The b! ide wore a powu of
O l lock 1.1. k p'.
l.O (Is bl
LEFT HAND RECITAL.
ABOl'T 40 FRIKNDS AM) KKI-V
tives were present at a novel and inter
si;iiit pros ram pivei. by part or" Mrs. C.
t). I.indorff's music class, last evenini;
at her home, 'jl'.i Twentieth street. All
but three of the numbers were render
ed by the left hand alone. This Is the
first of a series of reei'als by Mrs.
l.mdoiffV pupils, tin- second one will
be Kiven Tuesday. June Z'. Polka Mi
t one was given here for the first time,
'he duet bein for two left hands
a'oi'.e The program:
Dut t f'.alop Streallojr.
Mary and Hose Colin.
"To My Valentine," Kerns.
"Insr, Iong A:o." Koehler.
i Marjorie Walker.
Melody from Oberon Koehler.
Duet. "The Gypsy," Mam- Iiruncr and
"La Ingenue," Krogmann.
1 Clara Arnell.
Drawing Room Study Grenllch.
""Ia Coquette." Krogmann.
Duet, "Polka Mignone,"
Clara Arnell and Ada Hauersfleld.
"Loch Lomond. ' Brown.
i Ada Bauersfield.
'. (a) "Mazurka P'amour,"
ib) "Tranersmarsch." Spindler.
a) "Old B!ak J'ie," Gimbel.
(bj "lime Sweet Home" Wellii
Duet, "Concert Polonaise." Engelman.
Helen Hedberg and Emma Seeberger.
YESTERDAY AT 12 O'ClOCK
noon at the residence of the bride,
lu;l9 West Third street. Davt nport, I
iMiss Louise Maisack. daughter of the j
late rMr. and Mis. CiotMieii Maisack of;
Dav;n;;orl, bei ame tin- liride of Louis
A. .lorucns of Daveiiport, son of Mr. I
land Mrs. Robert Jorgeiis of Allegan, i
j Mich. Rev. O. II. Horn of Trinity:
(ierman Lutheran church ofib iated in
i be piiseiiee of a small wedding com-,
pany of about 1 ' relatives. The j
bouse was triiinned in spring flowers j
and bouquets of carnations. The;
i bride was gowned In u datnty white!
'silk, trimmed In lace, and her Mow-
ers were a bouquet of bride's roses.
The couple left for Chicago -nd will
' s; end their honeymoon at the lakes.
ir. and Mrs. Jorgeiis will be at homo
after July 1 in apartments at 1039'i
West Third street, Davenport. The
groom is a conductor with the Tri-Ci'y
Railway company and has resided in
Davenport for about a year.
The hurijcn woman lm to carry through I ic are many hot they can be
bhu-ncJ if siie w ill turn io Dr. l'ierce' hi nic I rtscriptiei. A noothin and
ttrcncttienir.tf ncn hic ..bduini nervous monbililv . rroMration. hvktena. hoi.
(Uhe and the muy ymptuint which may be caaied by Cist reiin ill peculiar ' Embroidery club at her home
to women. 1 or tlue draicjl-Cown pain ur ditrekt aud ior the derange
mentk and irrci.iUr itic the " I asorite 1'res nptioo " has bad majy tncuanos of
tc;imon.:i'. Ir.'iu people livi.: ia every p...t tt Araerica. Auott.cr important
t' ii'.i to f.vnr woman i that tin medicine i, c-ad; t. en e-.cier.t CieJicinal rool,
Without tlic i f alcohol, narcotic , ur any it, ir u t.tr.ts. hull list of infredi
ca.a (ivco oa bottic-wrapper and iwura to Yy Dr. K. V. 1'ierce who i President
tl (he InvaliJa lb, lil and u.-tici;l InMif jte, at Bufialo.
N . Y. I cry woman i i.:t ed Co w rite to tnis laMitute and
receive confic. a:. j! uij s, unj n.c-iicJ , advice, entirely
without col iruin one who uu.Lc iLc ciscjs of woa.cu
"1 ran chctrfully tw"."i r-.a yiur rrrr.iies. esjwii'.ly
Tour ' t'v..r u- f"r script i-.r a.) f-n.Lie c ..-cru- rs. rues
its. M. M. Mii;un.iof li'.-.-J i i:y.feRi,., K'iut2. Iurlt.s
tb pat wvmii yiars 1 s'-. r. d tr- ;a p.r.s In ti e back and
:ra. Tr.iii" n.ar.v r-1: 1 : .u-i on' v tr.in'.ert
r--..ef until 1 w as rsu: ...M 1 y a fr.- :. 1 t-i trv lr. I':erce'i
l"avi.r!t' I"re-r.ptiin. Aft- r ir.virn; t:..s r niedy a fjir tr.aU
1 found t'.al :'. would do 1-ist 'uat it r--omn.endcd to
t'.x I n.il In all evt a t it .. I c:.nr.ot v biitdy
tl Ir. l'ierce's ri-iui-vi;. I..r a.i fi :n.i - u- ra -. z :.i&.'
tua. Mumiu - pr. i;rc' Pltmttat ie rtguUtm iiwtr ill a.
THREE G. EMBROIDERY CLUB.
MRS. ANDREW OLSON, ENTER
tained the members of the Three G
Forty-fifth street, yesterday after-;
! noon. The ladies spent the afternion ;
over their fancy work ar.d late in the
afttrnoon there was a guessing con- j
i test in which Mrs W. E. Hill won the
prize, a beautiful hand painted plate, i
The house was made most attractive j
and pretty with decorations of pink I
j roses and peonies placed about the
j rooms in hand painted vases and .
towls. At 4 o'clock the hostess serv-'
' ed a course luncheon, coders being
laid for 10 ladies. The center piece
cf the dicing table was a large vase,
ef pink roses and each place at the
board was marked by a beautiful
rose, which was given as a souvenir.
Music was enjoyed after the lunch.
Miss Bessie Olson giving several pi-
DINNER FOR MISS MUNROE. i
MRS. WILL LANTAl OF DA YEN-1
port was the hostess at a dinner party i
given at the Watch Tower inn last ev
ening as a rire-nui.tial courtesy for
i Miss Genevieve 'Munroe, a bride of
this month. Covers were laid for 1:0
land a three-course dinner was served j
! Pink and white flowers and ribbons .
were used in the decoration of the
; table. The bridt-eleit was showered
with hosiery and she was also the sub- ;
ject of toasts given by various mem
bers of the party.
METHODIST PICNIC TOMORROW.
THE ANM'AL PICNIC OF TIIE
First Methodist Sunday school will be ,
held at Long View park tomorrow af-1
ternoon. There will be games and i
amusements and supper will be served
at 6 o'clock. The Orphans' Home boys'
hand of Davenport will furnish music ,
during the afternoon. In case of rain
the supper will be servea in tne
IN HONOR OF BIRTHDAY.
MRS. AV. K. MARTIN. AT HER
home, 1026 Fourteenth-and-a-haif
street, entertained a company of
friends las.t evening at a 6 o'clock five
course dinner. The party was given in
honor of the birthday anniversary of
her husband. After the dinner the ev-
ening was spent in ait informal, social
THE C.RAIU'ATI-: NOISES' Asso
ciation of Rock Island county will j
hold a meeting at the Rock Island li
brary Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, i
The Royal Noighbois of South Rock .
Island, camp 1 I ;.", will give a card
party at the home cf Mrs. George
Chandler. Ninth street, near Center
Station, South Rock Island, tomorrow
afternoon. Cine h w iil be the game,
and three prizes will be given.
DINNER AT TOWER.
THE MONTHLY HCSINESS MEET
ing of the t( achers aud officers of the
Memorial Christian bible school was
! held at the Watch Tower inn last eve
ning. Twenty-five of the teachers and
officers were present, and they were
; served to a dinner before the business
! session. Plans for the twin-city bible
school picnic were discussed. The
Christian churches of the two cities
will unite in holding the picnic this
1 year at Prospect park, Moline, and the
date is set for June 2a.
served later and the balance of tht
evening enjoyed in a social way.
The officers of Rock Island camp1
No. !v. Woodmen of the World, and ;
Walnut Grove No. 27, Woodmen I
circle, and the degree team of Camp ;
No. STi were entertained at the home .
of Captain C. T. Fuller last evening, j
The early part of the evening was
spent by the degree team in drilling,
in preparation for the encampment
of the uniform rank of the W. O. Y. ;
to be held at Michigan City, lnd., j
Aug. 11 to IS. Refreshments were'
Campbell's Island Cottages
Bpcnrt your vara t ion In th
woods. In tho mont id(,:il pt on
thf river; tiiwrh and dry; iihvays
roitl, 8frilti'd d In inif mri-h!f ;
(h ;it in?. lishi tm, !;if hiii. 't t it
t uriiishcd M:ik your r i v;t tin
now. lr UlutruUd folder, ad
dress iir. W. WmMcii, WaU'rtoun, I1L
NatltrP ha"! marfc (imnb nrnuioinn In -i?;i
the sunshine and moisture of the air for C
the outward life and protection of the skin.
but the more important work of nourish-
ing the cuticle has been left to an inward source the blood. It is
from the circulation that the pores and glands receive their support,
and the fibrous tissues are all preserved in a healthful state because of
constant nourishment supplied by the blood.
So long as the blood is pure and rich the sicin will he free from
.1. H. Crissman, the second favor and
I eruptions or disease, but when the circulation becomes infected with
Mrs. Enripht was awarded the con-, Hcicis ana numors its nourishing and. healthful rronerties are greatly
diminished, and this acrid, humor-laden condition causes irritation and
inflammation of the delicate tissues and fibres. Then the effect ii
shown in Eczema Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheum, or some other distress
ing, disfiguring skin disease.
Humors and impurities get into the blood through a deranged or
inactive condition of the system. Those members whose duty it is to
collect and expel the refuse matter of the system fail to properly do
i their work, and this surplus or waste matter is left ia the system to
; sour and be absorbed into the blood.
'; The cause of all skin diseases can be traced to some humor
or acid in the blood. Smooth, healthy skins are only possible where
i the circulation is pure; and therefore the cure of any skin affection can
only come from a thorough cleansing of this vital fluid. Salves,
I washes, lotions, etc., are vaulable only for their ability to keep tho
t skin clean, allay superficial irritation, or soften the hardened cuticle.
se it does not reach the blood where
B. OF R. T. PARTY,
THE LAMES' Al'XILIARY TO
the Rrotheihood of Railroad Train
men conducted a sucrebsful card par
ty yesterday afternoon at Odd Fel
lows' hall. Cinch was the game and
Mrs. Lawless won the first prize, Mrs
Eolation favor. There was a good
attendance of ladies.
FOR-GET-M E-NOT SOCIETY.
TIIE FOR-GET-M E-NOT SOCIETY
of Orace Lutheran church was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Margaret
Frederic kson, 14''S Fourteenth street
Muline, la?t evening. Aside from
routine business no important mat
ters were up for discussion. A social
hour was enjoyed and the guests were
served to refreshments.
ENJOY PICNIC SUPPER.
THE YOl'XCS PEOPLE'S Asso
ciation of Broartway Freshyterian Such trcatniem ,
cnurrn neia lis reeuiar mommy dubi- (u. . . , . . . . -
ness meetinp and ao'-iai at the church . M,c ?c ? ,LM"lcu- anu lo "epenu upon sucn measures alone usually
last night, it had been planned to, results in the aggravation and spreading of any skin trouble,
have a picnic at Long view park, but i S. S. S. cures Skin Diseases of every kind by neutralizing the
on account of the disagreeable i Bcids and removing all humors or other impurities from the blood.
weather, the meetuig was nem at tne
church instead. A picnic supper was
Take in Time
the proper help to rid your system
of the poisonous bile which causes
headaches, flatulence and discom
fort. By common consent the
proper and the best help is
enjoyed by about thirty of the mem
bers after which the btibinesa meet
in? was held.
W. C. C. GIRLS AT DINNER.
THE W. C. C. GIRLS HAD A DIN'
ner narty at Fejervary park inn last
j evening. A course supper wad served J
i at 7 o'clock, with covers laid f-T eight 1
i of the young women members. The
, table decorations were pink peonies.
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
On the steamer Helen Blair to Mus
catine. Leaves at 3:00 p. m. No
crowding. Good music. Fare 50
cent round trip.
I Suffered with a bad ca.se of c
zoma for orer 12 years, and 1 tried
everything I beard of. Nothing
Uj.ptQ me until I began to use S.S.b.
I commenced this medicine and the
Eczema soon begun to gradually dis
appear. I continued taking 8.3.S..
and it completely cured the disease
ana every Memicb. and eruption left.
The sores and itching so character
istic of tiis tro-uble have eutirtly
left, and I am souzd and well.
Ura. Chas. Gill
0 Clinton St., Newark, N. J.
S. S. S. cools the acid-heated cir
culation, builds ii up to its normal
strength and thickness, multiplies
its rich, nutritious corpuscles, and
adds to its purity and nourishing
qualities in every way. Then the
skin instead of being irritated and
inflamed by acids and fiery humors,
is nourished, soothed and made
perfect by a plentiful supply of rich,
pure blood. S. S. S. is the great
est of all blood purifiers and there
in lies its abilitv to cure skin trem
bles. It cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheum, pimples, boils,
rashes and all eruptions of the cuticle. These troubles cannot remain
ahen the cause has been removed, and S. S. S. will certainly remove
Lite t-ai;r itv i;ui i:vi v 1 1 it 1 1 1 r u w 1 r ' v v n i iic.oron aw
j mem;!! aavice ircc
IHE SYIFT SPECIFIC CQ ATLANTA.