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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY", AUGUST 15, 1912.
IV-ir Mrs. Thompson: 1 am dearly!
in love with a charming man. has
dark ha.r and dark eyes. Fie dresses
very FtyliFhly. The only thing that
hotr.fi-! n:f ih that he Is tall and hi
the bride of Roy Guthrie, eon of Wil
I liam Guthrie of Gilchrist, 111. Dr. j
Frank Cole officiated. Attending wit-i
' nesses were William Guthrie, father!
of the groom; Miss fcaran voik, sis
ter of the bride, and Cyrus Essler. A J
wedding supper w as served last even- j
ine- at the home of the groom's father
ir. Gilchrist. Mr. and .Mrs. Guthrie
will live at Aledo. Ill, where the
groom is employed.
FLYKN SOFT ONE,
THE FILMS SHOW
acquaintances rail him "l.umherlt'ss." ; T01, tnnk she showed me proper re-
Tv,- . .1.-1. .VI.. . U . .. . m . . -
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS HAX
nah Johannsen. granddaughter of Mrs.
Anna Kreutzfeldt of 1333 West Sev
enth street, Davenport, to Christian
Holdt. son of Mr. and -Mrs. Merry
Biar Smoke Had it All His Own Beal last week
i evening. AugiiEt 20. There will be
eight contestants, four young men and
four young ladies. The program will
be interspersed with instrumental and
vocal music. A fine program will be
Miss Helen Dow visited her friend
Irene Carr at the home of Miss S. S.
Way in the Battle at Las
The funeral of John Wilamult who
was accldently killed by falling from
a ladder, was held at the Evangelical
church Thursday afternoon at two
o'clock. There was a large attendance
of friends and relatives. Rev. Cady
or watertown conducted the service
Do you think this feiiould make any Un1, uhen he invited one of the ' terdav afternoon at the Holy Cross
youni; nun while I was out with her German Lutheran chun ii. e. tier-
Rock Island took advantage of its
first opportunity to see what the John-
snn-FMvnn fieht .luiv 4 was reallv like '
vesterday at the Empire theatre, and nd a Quartette consisting of William
the natrnna nnrm lonvin.? the show I Lew- MiBS Schaffer. Bert Schaffer
Holdt of 1241 Third avenue. Daven-jwere unanimous ln declaring that and Bovd McMtehael sang appropriate
port, was solemnized at 3 o'clock yes-1 Jonnson hlt Bomething pretty soft I selections. Interment was made at
difference in tr.y love
Your lette r ih proof positive that j and didn t invite me at all? Should I
you don't love the man. If you did:aBk for an explanation, at we have
been the best of friends, and l fau
yon wouldn't rare what color of hair
or es he has. or what anyhody calls ;fo understand why she
In-ar Mrs. Thompson: I am a mar
ried woman and I loved my hut, band
till he got to drinking. Now and
then he abimes me ln all sorts of
ways He won't let me go out alone
or with hini either. He bays his
slighted me? T. K.
There must be some misunderstand
ing, if you have always been good
friends. Ask her about it.
i Dear Mrs. Thompson:
(1) I am a
r.nr iFiri 1 voars old. I am four
w ith hini either. He bays his " . . .n ;v, im
friends tell Mm l.e ought to be proud , Th 1(.aBrp of mv niDS i8
and that why he is so j,,, ' , , inhc .aiHt oo inrhpa.
a young man " : .. nnst,,Ll- ii mv arms
Till 1 " 1 I I'l V(" 'I ......... - ' V
of his Wife
man to me. I know
who f wry sorry for ti.e. He often ,
tfSks me t out with him, but I
think I would do wrong if I did. Ii
thii.k I could love the other man.
What shall I do? MILS. M. J.
Stay home and do your duty. If
man P. Gretr nttwiam" '"
was attended Hose Holdt as
bridesmaid ... Ir.gelbach served
the groom as In man. The bridal
couple will reside in Davenport.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS MA
trilda Kuttler, 322 Thirteenth street,
to Rudolph Kuehl, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ktederick W. Kuehl, 1215 Thirty-sixth
street, was celebrated yesterday af
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the parson
eee of the German Evangelical church
when he pulled down $30,000 for the
little fighting he did on that occasion.
In the early part of the fight both men
were so cautious that there was little
or no battling except short body punch
es in clinches. Flynn nestled his head
against Johnson's chin and swung
around with his mitt, while Johnson
enjoyed a little chatter with the audi
ence. Later In the fight Flynn became ex
asperated with the way Johnson pin
ned his arms when they clinched and
butted Johnson uuder the jaw with
his head. Ed Smith, the referee, stop-
side down, crooked and sidewise on
a letter? P. M.
(1) You are a little heavy for your
height. (2 1 Exercise. Don't be
afraid to help with the housework.
Work in a garden if you have one.
WulL-irifT i enrrl in enlnrL-e the Ipcb.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a young , Trv n.ti.lf,,ue. ,e arm8 witn oocoa
ian witn u grammar penool eoura- : im,r yii w
... . r, on
and legs are verv thin. How can Ij"u " 'r"'""""
make fhem stouter? (3 What does Henry Kuttler a her of toom.
-h.. n tmi. is i,lMced no- ! I groom i "
' " w r 1 i Tk.. moL-a
KI'OR HHr 1 llf ""O""
Rev. Mr. Rolf. The couple were I,ed the men several times and warned
your husband abuse? you too mwh.
tal: the matter to the domestic re
la' io:;h eotirt.
Flynn that such tactics could not pre
vail. In the meantime Johnson en
joyed watching th
Flynn's back, and seldom paid any at
tention to him except when they broke
in ,the clinches. Occasionally Flynn
swung up with his mitt while in a
clinch and swiped Johnson's face, but
did little reai damage.
About the seventh round the going
lion. I would like to ! arn electricity
Can you refer tr.e to some free trade
schools in Chicago?
I think there nre technical high
nhoo'o in Chicago where a course in
electricity In given. Write to the
bo:ird tit -duration for information.
ill probably develop
better as you trow older. 3) It means
that somebody is either careless or
Dear Mm. Thompson: (11 Is my
writing good? 2 I was keeping
steady company with a young man
and he always wanted me to kiss him
... .H . i rr K 1 u miLln't lut him QnH tl
Dear Mrs Thompson: Would cocoa ; 1H j., a, iove hini dearly, j , . , .no t
How can 1 win his love back? (3
Did 1 do wrong? (4) Do you like
Norfolks on a girl 17 years of age?
(."I Do you like red or black with
a white linen Norfolk?'
(1 Yes. (2) Be sweet and modest.
but you don't want him back if he
home on Thirteenth street between
Fourth and Tifth avenues.
WILLIAM CORTZ, BROTHER OF
T-irt rortz 2412 Eighteenth avenue.
Mcline. and Lillian Johnson, daughter j got faster and Johnson stopped his
of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, 1402 ringside chatter and got down to bus
Foi.rteenth street, Moline, were unit-: iness, having the shade on the Pueblo
eo In marriage yesterday morning at i fireman, but failing to stop him in the
1 -30 o'clock at the parsonage of the j least. Johnson seemed to bother Flynn
Grace l.e'' - ! church in Rock Island t most with his reach, pecking away at
r,:- Rev Vothstein. The cofTple j his face while holding him at a dis-
as attended iy Miss Esther Johnson, j tance. To avoid this. Flynn rushed in
j sister of the bride, and Herman j to a clinch where he could work to
Cortz, a brother of the groom. The j better advantage on Johnson's body.
gr. om is a pattern maker in one oi . DUt sot to butting repeatedly
butter le good for a face massage to
banihh wrinkles? READER.
Cocoa butter Is a skin food, but
rather coarse for a face massage,
though it mithi do no barm if every
particle in wiped off after the mas-aire.
They will make
I their home at 1402 Fourteenth street.
Johnson complained, plainly bothered
both by Flynn's continual boring In and
his butting. In the ninth round, while
Smith was remonstrating with Flynn
about his butting, the officials ci'mbed
Miss Bernice Nichelson returned
home Tuesday after a few days' visit
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. S. Beal.
Mrs. Jane Walnwright enjoyed a
visit last week from her sister, Mrs.
Melvin Nulmina of Dorchester, Nebr.
Mrs. Mumma formerly lived here and
was a school teacher.
.vi lss urace Deyo of Dixon spent
Sunday with her friend Mrs. Allie
Clint Donahoo and wife spent Sun
aay with Mr. and Mrs. Giler of
James Donahoo and family visited
with Jade Donahoo Sunday.
MrS. John Hill ha rofurnct fpnm
audience over j Rock Isand whm 8hp Wftg vjgjti
relatives and friends for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Searl pent Sun
day with Mrs. Searl's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. John Swegler.
Mrs. T. Carpenter Is the guest of
Mrs. Sylvester Daily and other friends
Mrs. Joe Schafer Is visiting her
parents and other relatives at Terry,
Minnie Declark reached her seventh
birthday Saturday, August 10. She
celebrated it by inviting her little
friends to spend the afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Holly Gath mourn
the loss of their infant daughter who
died Saturday morning.
Rev. Blancke will lecture at Zuma
M. E. church Wednesday evening,
There's service in these tires: that's why we cart make
this offer. Our insurance polirv covers the unseen, the
unknown; insures the rider a specified amount of tire service
Without Extra Cost Read our Catalog). lunctures and
other repairs Made Free or new tire pven promptly.
No Wait. Our local Dealers will do same for you. A'o Express
charges to pay. Noarguments. Ir.surancetagattachedtoeachtire.
CnoHnl fnl PrirP Express prepaid, S5.85 per pair.
jptXldlHU rillC QT-dpf nmVf give size. nd for
Free Catalog. DEALERS WANTED where not represented.
W W.Lake St. TTTT7 T 7TTyTJ4 S.Clark St.
nrar State 1 M I" V I VI near Monroe
204 W. Seventh Street, Pes Moines, Iowa
52-4 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
276 W. Water Street, Milwaukee, Wis.
W. H. B0LLES, 2414 THIRD AVENUE.
Y. M. C. A. BICYCLE SHOP.
ORGANIZATION OF AN
AUTO CLUB DELAYED
Owing to the fact that the meeting
of the autotiio'.iile owners, held yes
terday aftetiu on at '.:'M on the fifth
tloor of th.- Safety building for th
i purpose of oig:iuiinig an auto club,
j was rather poutly attended, those
present decided it would be better to
Dear Mrs Thompson:
friend of mine Invited a few r-ouples
to her home a few nights jiko.
MISS NELSON ENTERTAINS.
MISS DOROTHY NELSON ENTER-; through the ropes and stopped the
tained a number of girl friends at a fjpht. The only one who seemed to j
costume party in honor or ner torn want this conclusion to the match
birthday. The prize for the best cos- wero tne officials and Johnson, who
. - i . . .4 . - ..,,.-i t -i ' , . . .. . .
A young lady doesn't love you enough to respeet . u'me WUB """"uru , " was giau enougn to quit. Klynn tnea
(-j is i w nisier, who naa i ei - to snow tnat .lonnson was fouling him.
j gypsy maid. The other guests were,lnlt in vain an( Johnson was declared
prettily attired in Irish. Indian, colon- j the winner. The pictures were very
- jial and western costumes. Miss Mar- I ,lla;n and an (XCPiieiu reproduction of
(garet iioizuammer won iavors in a the disappointing match.
guessing oonteht. l ne nosiess servea
a dainty eight-course supper and a de- j Saloon License Notice.
ou. Cii No.
Do ! more youthful.
I Mathersville !
I' - - !
lightful evening was enjoyed.
Rock Island, 111.
Mayor Harry M.
OKson of Clinton was an out-of-town
gliest. After th
Miss McKintM v
supper, the git's tor
were hidden about
GIVE PRETTY PRENUPTIAL.
M US. DAN McKINNEV AND MISS
Nellie Fuller nti rtained at a pretty
j ri-niipt ial shower lus.t evening lit the
home of the former. 10S Fourth avenue,
in holier of Miss Mayme Mi Kinney of
Molltie, who will lie married Septem
ber 11 to Will Aubrj of Fort Wayne,
Ind. Tie- home was prettily decorated with pearl ornaments and oriental
in tiie bride's ehoseti colors, yellow luce. She wore a pink satin band aud
ind white, streamers of ep-pe paper pearl ornaments in her hair. Many
tt'-d y Pow and white asters being pronuptial attentions have been plan-n:--erl
vty eft. i lively, riie eolor scheme bed for Mihs MeKinney. Miss IVssie
i!s als. en r,e,l ut very effeetivelv in ! M"ss will entertain the bridal party
the dainty . irrchuicnts served by the,'"' ,,-r hoiue. 51u Tenth street, Moline.
lite.-.-s Yellow and white hems j ''P1- 3- at a uinller party.
wete tc,nj, nil' d from the chandelier
over the tiible, fri'tn which streamers
Cf ".! a:nl white ribbon went to
aeli plait . hi-re they were fastened
to fiivms in the forui of initiiuture
f h'.nese li.i.-k'ts filled w ith rli e and
yellow an. I white asters. The place
r.ir.ls were picture of the bride and
MISS HILDA MARC A RET BUTT-' S:r: I hereby make application for
ke of Ial'orte City, Iowa, and Charles a saioon license from the fir6t Monday
E. l.chman of Rock Island were unit-'cf May. at No. 30HS Fifth ave-
-d in marriage at 4 o'clock Tuesday . nue. Rock Island, 111.
afternoon at the parsonage of the' Respectfully,
first Christian church in Da'enport, j OTTO BERNER.
Rev. John T. Houser ofliciating. The I ,llg jr ;i2.
bridal couple left on an evening train! jjy sureties are: James M. Beards
fo" New York, where they will spend j j(,v p-j -r- j,iurrin.
their Honeymoon. ..ir. I,.'iiinaii lb a, ii.nroved: HARRY M RPHRIVEB
photographer in Rock Island and they
will make their home in this city.
The above named person has filed in
my office bonds for the above named
JOHNSTON-WILLISTON. M T RinGREN, City Clerk.
MISS GERAUDINE W1UL1STON OF To ,,, Honorable- Harry M. Schriver.
Muscatine T.ml Victor Johnson of 73 Mayor of the City of Rock Island, 111.
East Sixth street, Davenport, were j Pjr: Nv3 ,ne undersigned, consti
united in marriage at 3 o'clock yester- j ,uUllg a ,,)ajority of tho ,)r0perty own-
:ay ancrnoon in uev. .x. w. ivjeii-j,.r8 on ,)0th silleg of FifIh avt,nue ln
the house and she was made to hunt I ' , . , . residence. 842 Forty-
them. The pr.'.iuptial was in the fi.rm I fourth street. Rock Island. Mr. John-!
of a mist ellam-nus shower mid slie . i, t.,i..,
leil IS ail I U I dll rtl 111- liai.ru 'l K j e t
r.c.iv.d n.unv i.rettv tr.ii.iw fiv.m i.r ' . ... t.on of the front door of the premises
noiv.ii lnaiiv pn tty tokens fiom Her tlrai enmpanv. Davenport, and the: r-T.u . .
.. ... .- I ' ' known as .Ol.tH F'.fln iiveniitfa TrinL- la.
irunus. .miss .Mciviniiey was very ; ronle will make their home in that: , .,, , , . "
pretty in a pmk satin gown trimmed ! (.jtv
L. F. Handley made a business trip
to Milan Wednesday.
Ben Wild moved here from Cable
the latter part of the week.
Mrs. Jennie Martin and daughter,
Mable, and Miss Minnie Martin of
Rock Island were Mathersville vis
John Struckle was a Rock Island
Ray Nelson of Cable visited his sis
ter, Mrs. Ben Wild, the latter part of
Ralph Phillips of Davenport was a
visitor here Monday evening.
William Ferris and Miss Mary !
Smear were Gilchrist passengers Sun
The Misses Ethel Huggins and
Bertha Holliday have returned to
their home in Sherrard after visiting
ho former's sister, Mrs. John Robert
son Mrs. Louis Sword and daughter, Mrs.
Joe Holgato, were Rock Island shop
Jake Zimmer was a Milan passen
Mrs. Herb Fearce was au Aledo pas
D. .E. Morey has resumed his work
the Fred Schroeder home Sunday.
' Thomas McGonigle and Arthur
Johnson were Rock Island passengers
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chilin of Cable
were visitors here Monday.
Fred Foster was au Aledo passen
ger Sunday. i
Jack Hoover moved here from Gil
Thomas Beattie, who is employed
at Woodhnll. snent Sundav here.
J. Ramsey of Peoria visited his;1"1 ''"'" menu:, ..i a nine u u
brother,, Mrs. Herman Zude. the lat- "'"rl comu am mi. i ney wem over
ter part of the week. ',m' situation lntormally and decided
Rev. J. M. Olson of Moline preached ; to all nnoUv etiug for next Tues-
his farewell sermon here Sunday. j day evening. u it w ould be possi
Miss Bertha Maurer of Taylor 1 ble for moie :ie business men to
Ridge spent Sunday with her parents 1 attend. The place of meet ins will bo
at this place. I announced lau-r.
Frank Angus was a Rock Island pas-j -
senger Monday. I
Mrs. Murt Connor and daughters. '
Jane and Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirchman and
three sons were Rock Island passen
Fred Wilson spent Sunday in Hock
Frank Handley made a business
trip to Davenport Tuesday.
ii . .. ' i
1 ' !
Josenh Wool ley of Cable, visited
relatives Saturday. !
Ben Philips was a business caller I
Mrs. Tressel of Silvis visited her
grandparents Saturday and Sunday.
Frank Hintz and family visited their
parents Saturday and Sunday.
George Nitz spent Sunday with his
Ben Sommerson visited Sundny
with his parents.
Emil Carlson and wife were busi
ness callers Monday.
J. J. Fredericks visited relatives
Emil Schadt and wife visited F. B.
Wylie and family Tuesday.
Last Words of ths Great.
Half of the More of "last word
were Gilchrist treasured by the curious are apocry
i phal. I'itt cried out not as the records
have it as to the state of his country,
but for a pork pie. and Napoleon III.
uttered neither lamentation nor proph
ecy, but desired to know if one stand
ins at his side Mini been at Sedan. The
failing lips of the great are exiHi'tcd
to frame some pious or patriotic aiJior
Ism. and if they fail then phrases are
coined for them. 'Deathbed avowal
anil moralizing." said Disraeli when
j ins own euu was m sigui. :ui' a ic.miejr
counted iiion by the English public."
lie did not contribute to the collection,
hut one pbiaso escaped him. "I have
sintered muc h." he sluheil. "Had I
been a nihilist I should have confessed
all." What lay behind those words no
two critics can be found to urce.
James Darnell of Rock Island will
as station agent for the Rock Island j Rfrve as l'icemau during the home
Southern after enjoying a vacation.
the city of Rock Island, and within
three hundred 1300) feet in each direc-
i land. 111., do hereby consent to and pe-
jtition your honor to license and permit fornla, under the direction of the state!
:Otto Bemer to open and conduct a sa- committee of the socialist party, gave
Mr. and Mrs. William Caddy of Ca
ble wero visitors here Thursday.
John Hanua and family of Iowa
have rented a tent for the home com-
Professor Oliver A. Phelps of CalI-;JnS-
For n delicious salmon loaf use two
cans of salmon am! it loaf of stale
bread. Reject the crusts of the bread
and remove the bones from the salmon.
Break the bread into crumbs and the
salmon into IliiKes and mix them to
gether. Moisten with two beaten eggs,
a tablesHicinfiil of melted butter un.l
one or two teaspooafnls of lemon Juice,
with salt and pepper to taste. Add a
tnblcspoonftil of cream if not moist
enough Butter n bread tin and put
the mixture into it. Bake the loaf for
tin hour or until thoroughly done.
Serve with a cream sauce or a white
sauce sprinkled with minced parsley.
New York Tribune.
jloon or dram shop at No. 303S Fifth
AND MRS JOHN MOSES OF
ENTERTAINS AT CINCH.
fssT-s. twM't I VL,r'IIl)W)C3 AC
!Mr. IVWIAH .r.n.r. ; aven,(s Rock ,sjan(J j;,
South Rock Island, camp No. 140,, j jai;,PS Campbell, lint feet,
were entertained at the home of Mrs.! U(1(;k Miinil DrewiriK tolnl)any: by
H. Stapley. 1109 A.ken street, vester- ; Robm
day afternoon. Ten tables of cinch ; Jamps T M w Mulligan,
were played and prizes for the high-! flf;fint . Th()mas w Newkjrk b j w
est scores went to Miss Berg of Dav- j Muli f 30 fe(if
enport. .Mrs. .victuiney or kock isianu
and Mrs. Nelson of South Rork Island
f'll., ',' to I I , '.;
Id hi civs'al glass hi.V.i-rs an.i llad. d
by 'low paH r. a i'.rii.il eai h corner
rf the lable while a large wedding
i.i'h.' and basket of 'lluw and white
istets. the '.aniile of which was tied
with a l.iv rs- l.t.ot of while tulle.
T I i 1 i-r.li:. it ' h.ini rnaH I 1:1 Vi.tiii'irt
iycteiday celebrated their' golden wed- j Kt freshmenfs were served by the res
iding anniversary with an informal I U'8S
j familv gathering of children ind I
! grand children, all of whom reside in! PICNICKING AT TOWER.
, or near D ncnport Mr and Mrs. j THE EMPLOYES OF L. S.
! Mokoh are among pioneer residents of M:Cabe & Co., are enjoying a picnic
Scott county. Mr. Moses, who wasiat the Tower this afternoon and sup-'
torn in Montgomeryshire, Wales, in j per will be served in the evening. The j
ilS4", came to America with his par- caterer of the store will furnish the;
!ents when y ven years old. The fam- pupper and a most enjoyable time is!
; i! sttl..i in New York Mate, where anticipated. This evening there will!
tiie father was employed in the tan- be dancing and other amusements. A !
The Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
Railway company, by H. U. Reed, sit-I !
perintendent, 000 feet. j
G. A. Schumacher. OHo ;eni"r. COa j
Charles S. Kerns, conservator of
Charles W. Skinner estate, 9S feet. ,'
. ........ I ..... .. . . .1' . V- ..:
.....o .... er,.,, . .ei!ie , Iiiti .llhjn.-ss. removing to Davenport special car took the
lull, r I'.av.d Ui.. w.-idn.K march from j m,nM, n)np years later. The home was the ground
Lohengrin, w hile the guests found i..,.0n near Little's grove, where Mr. 1
Ihc ir places Each found a toast at-: Moses crew to manhood and finally I
laiVe.l t M.e ribbon h ading to the ,;lK.r :j8 n.arriage. Aug 14. 1SR2. to I
'li occasioned entertainment yjss Sarah Price, he. too, established'
T int. ; ie:c.-l:i... nts. In a music his home on a f;.rm near Littl's grove. ' f j , , ,
ai. r in i:;e ev. r.inc.
merrymakers to i medal contest
I - - 'I
The Zuma W. C.
a talk on "The Fundamental Princi
ples of Socialism" ln the Quaintance
building Friday evening.
HerYnan Johnson of Moline spent
Sunday with his parents at this place.
He was accompanied home by Miss
Veronica Bick, who has been visiting
at the Johnson home.
T. G. McCullough was a Rock Island
Miss Lila Mae Nelson of Cable was
a visitor at the Ben Wild home over
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holgate are the
proud parents of a baby girl, born Fri
day, Aug. 9.
One of the most exciting ball games
. Vt a ..aenn a 'i a nlavctrl fit thp Ii.P.tI
i ball park Sunday between the Sher
i rard Unions and Mathersville.. The
score was 2 to 0 in favor of Mathers-
will hold a ville up until the eighth Inning, hen
FureBeer is i&s septal oP
! JR If
All'C M'.:rihy was awarded first hon
or and she uiso tis..k first prize in The
t. line of In a: ts. which w;.s Lived. Mrs.
TO ENTERTAIN FRIENDS.
THE MEMBERS OF THE FAE j
I'ae clui) will entertain 24 of their'
evfiiinc at tli humii nf !
M ss Mr M.ei. retired from active labor M,M K1Itn ThompBOIU 92(J Nineteenth!
some four years since.
GUTH Rl E-VOLK.
f Moline wen th.- I ox cou- ' st tllHVs MKTIIOIllST PR-
.M.ss Be us .M'Vb rr.'ertaiiut d ' sonane of Davenport was the scene of
a r.-a i ug and the Misses Mar- n cjuiet wedding ceremony of Wednes
a:nl A'..-. Murphy sang a duet (ia morning at 11 o'clock, when Miss
!;'. h wj si gieatly cr.Joyed Miss Alma - Julia Yolk of Preemption, 111. became
For indigestion, Sour Stomach,
Distress After Eating Digestit
street, at a lawn party. Tie lawn will!
ce decorated In the club's colors. I
brown and gold, and the ever
be spent in games. Refreshments
WHY BE MISERABLE
WITH 11 FEVER
THE LADIES OF THE FIRST
Baptist church will give a thimble par-
iin wi'jA Simple, Safe Remedy Gives
enta will i 1 ' n t r- J
iiibiaru ncneT, even in
The Worst Cases
Thousands of people are miserable I
t at the home of Mrs. J. L. Hickev. ; "J". V,' i"nw every pummer
, .-. v . . . Kith Hay I ever and Rose Co d. They
S Eleventh street, tomorrow after-; around 8nee2:n fc,owinr the
neon. -Mrs Hickey will be assisted anJ wiui their eves, and t nitrht
Mrs. Henry are so choked up they can hardly
jv Mrs. Otto Priester.
ard and Miss Ellen Freed.
You c. rt.'Irdy would nd suTer the ' country have goit. n rel:f by the use
tortures of uolig. stioii if vou knew of of tb'8 harmless remedy. Try it to
ft remedy that would positively re
lieve aud cuie yo.i. "Digestit" is a
crtuln f::.u-k r,-li..f Ir 111 nr...
V. u Browns Digesii
ektir.g and other stomach upsets al
r;cit Instantly. We abso'mfelv cuar
autee it to gtveyou entire satisfaction. i4Ung a nea"7 meal -and makes your
If net we give you back, your money, tired, worn o.;t t..m:uh good as new.
TUo'.mmIs of iv.-op:c all over the ( Harper Huuse 1 l.ria:i-.-y.
breathe. There is no need of this. Elv's
! Cream B&im wiil relieve all these Jis-
When the digestion Is all right, the j tressin symptoms in less than five
action of the bowels regular, there is j niinutes' time.
a natural craving and relish for food Fevi'r 's due an Vr- 8nsjtive
When this is lacking you may know Jiormne """K the
. , ; . . , . . ' nose and throat. Liy s Cream Balm
day. Get mckage and take one 1 aose oi i namuei:ain s soothes, hcUs and 6trenrthens this deii-
dose if it does not give you imniedf
ate relief it w.u't cos! vou a p-n:iv.
th-nild Le in everv
home It is a certain .juirk relief for
indigestion prevents dtbfress after
ttoir.ach and Liver Jahlets. inpyimta ir.5i.ie tkin. sn thi.t mi r.nt xrl
rfrer.gthen the digestive organs, im-; pet ir.stant relief hut are dso protected
prove the appetite and regulate the Egainst a return of the trouble,
bowels. ?oid by all druggists. j Don't hesitate because you have
been disarpcinted with ether reme-
Men are Sl. confuted ,lt i CS." rG t ,fif7 cent 'ttle . cf
, ... . ' J l,"u 'erv - Elv's Cream Balm from your drutririst.
Il undert- res what be ees .mother , end if vou are rot satisfied after a
su.-..sfi:i i;; wt.ett,er he lias atitadci fa;r triai. get your moey back,
.or it or no. . 4Joe:he. lii druggists sell and recommend it.
t Josliu Thursday 1 the Unions ran in five scores which
won the game for them. Mathersville
played Sherrard's first team a week
ego Sunday, the game being a shut
out in favor of Mathersville. Now
the Unions, the second team, have
The Misses Mable Sherrard and
Maggie Gibson of Sherrard were vis
itors here Saturday.
Clyde Iawson was a Rock Island
Amos Brahmer and family of Rey
rclds were visitors at the lien Wild
Miss Nettle Johnson was a Mon
mouth visitor over Sunday.
Mrs. Robert Whan and Mrs. Frank
Angerer were Aledo passengers Fri
day. William Beck was a Rock Island vis
itor Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Wir.gling of Sherrard
v as a visitor here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rowe and son,
Ciayton. of Osco were Mathersville
visitors over Sunday.
Irma and John Haywood of DeWltt
were visitors at the Dick Haywood
heme during the past week.
Mrs. Henry Johnson and daughter,
P.rtba. left Monday for a visit. Mr.
JohnFon and pon. Vernon, accompan
ied them as far as Rock Island.
Charles Sturgis was a Viola visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ies and chil
dren of Coal Valley were visitors at
sv.vrii.i5 -v 1 r 1
Reports thow that pure
beer contair.3 the same amount
of nutrimer.t found in milk.
In addition to the hirjh ffvxl
values derived from the hrurt of
golkn La.rl.iy, nature'e mw.X whole
'The Dscr with a Snap to it"
h a natural tor.ic, yAcztir.g
ihc sou! of selected Iirti.s-
appealing to r: : arp' it-ts and f- Av.
the r.an:e Cid S'.yle Lazer as- Nfej
sures purity ar. J cxtxlLricc'. VicST
TJ : fffc- M
Demand Cld 5?.'e Lager
don't accept an ordinary boor
thttcoita you ju.;t U3 much.
In Crystal White Bottles
to thai you ccn fzn.i yy.-r t ivi c uJ,l a your slonuzi.lt.
Ii.' the Celtic u,ith lU". Crccn
Laiel ali the tony around it.
M. ZiFr RIN, Local Agent
2410-12 Second Avenue Rod: hland, III.
Old Phono WeitC-30 New C062