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THE ROCK IS3LAND ARGUS, JWT2DXESD AY, FEBRUARY 26, 1913.
Dear Mrg. Thompson: (li What
time shall a fallow go to b-d? 2i j
How will a girl art if she likes a man?
t3) If a girl dances with a man with
out an introducJii, is the mannerly?
M) Should a man kms a girl? (5)
How will a man act if be likes a girl?
if,) At what age should a man get
(7) If a man Is engaged to a girl
how often should ha go to eee her?
l How shall I ask a girl to take her
home? (y) la a buggy without a top
fashionable? (10) What's the mat
ter with a man when the glrle don't
want to go with him? (11 Will a
girl go with a fast fellow? (12) If
& man take a gin out walking oaoe
and nerer calls on her again, what la
the reason 13 Is "Snubs" a nice
name for a boy?
(14) How is the name "Peanut"
for a young lAdy? (15) Is the word
"bully" nice for a young lady to say?
(16) Is It very nice for a man to wink
at a lady when she walks along the
street? BASH FIT. YANKEE.
(1) Early enough to get eight hours
sleep. (2) She will be glad to seel
-r 'j v
clean-minded man. If you will treat
your wife right she will probably be
a good wife to you and forget about
any other man.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
gin of 18 and in love with a young
man whom I met a' short while ago at
a dance. When I go to a dance he al
ways asks me for a dance and when
I dance with some one else he always
watches me closely. ' What do you
sirppose he means? (2) How can I
show him I like him without telling
him? (3) On what flngr should the
engagement ring be worn?
(1) He probably is Interested lc
him and always be pleasant to him. iyou- z, Ju8t te rasant and mod
est ana sweet, a gin cant do more
than that and a good man expects no
more than that. 'Si The. third of
trimmed the house and made the i
rooms attractive and the table had
as a centerpiece a bowl of red and ;
white carnations. A dainty lunch was I
served by the hostess. Mrs. James
Gauley. "622 Forty-third street, will en
tertain next week..
EN AMI WITH MISS BIDDESON.
THE MEMBERS OF THE EN AMI
club were entertained last evening
by Misss Nellie Biddeson, at her home,
213 Eleventh street, at the weekly
sewing meeting. The young women
broueht their fanrt worV and sewed
Ued which will be applied to the j ag tDpv Tlsited and tneT were gerved
school fund. The following program i wjtn ,unch M,Bg Marcena BragdoR
was given: will entertain the club next time.
Opening Address Margaret Kinney.
Piano Solo Esther Liedtke.
Essay, "Life of Washington" Ber-
birthday money which amounted to
J30. Then a.l were called to the din
ing room by their months and refresh
ments were served. Returning to the
parlors the company joined in sing
ing a number of songs and with best
wishes to the hostess for her hospi
tality and the pleasant evening said
their good nights.
SUCCESSFUL BOX SOCIABLE.
THE BOX SOCIABLE GIVEN BY
the Parents' club at the South Heights
school Monday evening was a very
successful affair and $17.50 was real-
of Suits and Coats'f
the Mt hand.
(3) No. (4) Not unless he la en
gaged to marry her. ?) He will
want to he w'th her a great dent, give
her little rres"rr. tike hr ce.it to
amusements, consider her fee;'nps and i "
make tfciir r''a-;.rt for fcer. iCi ! Dar Mr.v Thorn pi-en : (I) There
He hasn't m .'!. 'u-n jntil lie is 23. 'r no elitibie route rr.cn la our home
(7i As c.f Ti si- he can. Once b j town. Would "it be proper to keep
e-U. an war. t .S?.y o h'-r: "May ' romj-i.r.r with young men from
T fee i ;, ; ,
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he ir:ay r.ot
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.r j :n.s r.;4 pi-ln. or
k:.c44 how to :aik al'O-.it
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r.e'ehlr.rir? tow-a 'f -hey sre nice, r-
FIM-rtaNe !k vs? i if a young mat.
ra'.'s an-1 r' net at i.onif. t-houlo
we t!lr h'n- a bo fit It atvi beg h'a par
don '-it not beiug home? '
?, V.'::ar iio yen ti.'r.k o' a young: !
ma: w::o flor r.i.t !4r?' lis date?" '
i VnT-t: u''l r ; do i.' yoa were
,. i 4,;, yo.r.i: w :. yo:;nc i::i-n and he callec j
t do it ,,r-'' v l. -r. ftU Jrf .!Led to and went !
iwiUi o:hT plrls. then Rot sore wher. ,
Par V.tv. Thompsnn: I am n mar-'J''"1 Mr,! -!'' other boys? i
riM mat nt.-l I ;!. her n an's "'"f, 1 '.'.'i KNT 0!!!7MS. i
fiii ni u :.. in,.u,T ti, an What ti i -Y-s 2 C"r-ainiv i.ot. V '
thould 1 lo pt ... ? ,tO UN It. ;y.y; hart':, to see !;.. tell him yo:; j
Neit!. , r ; . .., ..4 : . - . '.C.i a.y- v-ci- scrry 5 clio.-e a titr." irhn yon i
body, but s-r'if. ; were not l.oin t.nrl to try ;:cnin. "(3) '.
To your d'lty a a a h isband ar.d do ; He is not vrr -rusrwcrtiiy. (4) 1:
your duty to C -v,l by ln:r s a sra.:pht, j think I wrm'd g'titly (lrc; Mn.
Piano Solo Elizabeth Schroeder.
Song, "Washington's Birthday"
Piano Solo Vada Huber.
Reading Irwin Anderson.
Piano Solo Mary Alexander.
Essay. "Life of Lincoln" Donald
Piano Solo Mabel Montgomery.
Reading Kenneth Hartmann.
Song Primary room.
Duet Maud Oraham and Marguerite
After the program the boxes were
auctioned off br Thomas Weinberger
and the evening was much enjoyed.
MRS. PALMER HOSTESS.
YESTERBAY AFTERNOON MRS.
H. M. Palmer, at her home, 1319
Fifth avenue, entertained a number of
ladie In honor of Mrs. Wright of Bur
lington. Iowa, who is visiting in the
city, and for Mrs. W. Willetts. whose
birthday anniversary it was. The la
dies enjoyed a very pleasant social
time some spend'n? the time sew
ing. Post oaMs wi'h views of the
city were distributed among the guests
rTv; each lady wro'e a short verse on
., .ri thev v. ere then given to
Mrg. Wright. Birthday cards were
u:-m dittnbuu i aiiu sil'ier each sue?:
h-.d written a verse on them they
were g'.ven to Mrs. Wille'ts. The hos-
tesss se-ved a very nice liinch and
I the af'ernoon passd all too quickly.
G. F. C. CLUB SESSION.
MISS HAZEL KOLLS, AT HER
home, 1704 Fifth avenue, entertained
the G. F. C. club last evening and
the members had a merry evening
visiting and sewing at their fancy
work. There were also musical num
bers and the hostess served nice, re
freshments. The club meets every
WALNUT GROVE PARTY.
WALNUT GROVE NO. 27 GAVE A
card party last evening at Math's hall.
which was well attended. Prizes In
the games were awarded to Mrs. Fut-
long, Mrs. Harry Hoffman, Mrs. Ed- j
strom, Mrs. Frank Larson and Miss
Ada Bandy. i
BRIDGE AND DINNER.
MR. AND MRS. ARDO MITCHELL j
entertained a large company of tri-city i
young peop'.e Saturday evening when :
they had 26 guests, who at the con-'
elusion of an elaborate dinner spent I
the evening at bridge. Prizes were j
awarded Miss Madeline Murphy of !
Rock Island. Mrs Decker French. Mrs. !
Reed Lane of Davenport, Mrs. R. W. !
Lea of this city. Robert Mitchell and
DeVore Simonson of Rock Island.
AT run CnmhlptP nt HTtP Hp.p. Ffivp
rf j w ..-r
So comolete and SDlendld Is the showing, eren this early, that you can come any day now and choose
from a full range of the authentic styles for the coming season.
live hundred nelv Spring Suits to sholvyou at $0.98,
$12,98, $14.98, $19-98, $22.50 up to $40
Suits were nerer so attractlre, so handsomely made, so well proportioned nor so neatly finished, and
as usual this great ready-to-wear store Is showing the most representative assornents. No woman
need want for a suit most becoming to her, for everything is here from the most s:erely plain to the
$14.98 Handsome Suits That Should be $19.98 to $22.50, $14.98.
Values you cannot equal.
Ask to see these. We want .to prove the above statement. The new Balkan blouee effects and plain
tailored models of the same materials usually found in much higher priced suits. Their tailoring Is
superb and they are lined with fine soft silks. They are specially priced to tempt you to make early
Fashion says length coats will lead in novelties and dress coats for spring. J
LECTURES ON CHINA.
THE THIRD IX A SERIES OF
lectures on China was given last even- 1
in? at the South Park Presbyterian :
church by Rev. w. F. Jones of Ke-'
SWASTIKA CLUB ! wanee who spoke on the leaders in
THE SWASTHCA CLUB HELD A ' h v'J,1lo1n iU China- ne other
T,ler.Rar. n-eeti ves.errh,v afternoon 1('CUlre KiVen but the date is ;
1 1 1 i net &
!M i I li II It
Prizes Awarded in NV.
C. T. U. Essay Contest
ACCORDING . TO AN ANNUAL
M ier. ."i-ri-;4.
prest tita ; H'li
The meeting yesterday was opened
:' : rriso!i and Anna
V. C i! -i -.'re made thc
!' tile ,r ' and con
p'jp 1 uii'ii tiitir x-
cuhtotn prize were ymterday auard- with devotional services conducted by
(1 to pupils of the seventh giaib s of
the im I l io schools for th best essays
on a Iftnperatice topic as suggested
by the Woman's Christian Temperance
union, winch this year mum "Why Bus
iness Men Demand Total Abstinence
Among Their Kmployes '- The prizes
were awarded at a meeting held at
the Kirt Methodist church after the
winning pupils had read their essays.
The tlrnt prize for girls, $3, was given
to Martha Riddell of Irving school,
M ins N'oftsker, teacher, and the second
prize for girls, to Ceorcui I.OMK f
Ijongfellow school. Mrs. Kllis. teacher.
The li-oys' first prize, also uaa
won by Karl lit uckmaiiii of Horace
Mann school. Miss Mirfield. teacher,
and the second by Irving oisefT of
1 .ongfellow school. To I.itKoln s lmol.
Miss Anderson teacher, was given a
pi ize of J5 for the largest numler of
essay handed in, in proportion to the
number of pupils enrolled. Altogether
71 essays werp entered in the contest.
Honotvible mention was made of Fran
cis W. Dunn, Kenneth Ferguson, Hugo
Mrs H. ;. Summer and Mrs. II. C.
Kingsbury led in prayer. Miss Rosa
bella Stev.art presided at the essay
reading i ontest and following two pi
ano duels by Miss Miriam Walker and
Lucile Hazard ani Mary Craves and
Margaret Meyers, the essays were
read At the close of the program light
refreshments were s.ered.
at the home of Mrs. O. F. Lundahl.
fC-7 Forty-third strset. with all th-
ri embers present and one visitor, Mrs.
V.i-.itliouse of Portland, Ore., a guest
f Mrs. C. H. Dooley. The ladies
pr.fEed the time with thir fancy
work and risitine and a number of
: musical selections were given. The
, hoster-B had trimmod the house with
; "r'ws 3nd maile 1t very attrae'ive.
! .c.'5 serred a liciou lunrh durii?
! the aff4rnocn. Mrs. C. H. Dooley will
j entertain the club in two weeks.
j LAURA MARQUIS CIRCLE MEETS.
1 THE LAURA MARQUIS CIRCLE
i of th Sou'h Park PretbytetUn rhnr :h
I lieid a meeting yesterday af'.rnoon at
I th-1 liorne of Miss Elizabeth Ninemire,
1-Thirty-eiphth street, with 12
i.irip present. After a short business
. ssicn the program was taken up
:ind this consisted of the review of
the chapters 'hat have beea studied
, in the book, "Overcoming the Dragon."
' Each member brought in some new
item concerning China and the pro
grain proved an interesting one. The
hostess served refreshments at the
close of the afternoon.
not yt-t announced.
Fi.OREXCE PR.1C:-: AXD M A BEL
Wi'.iett en 'et-t a;i ed a number of
frieiiiis a: ii.e former's home. 520 Elev
enth street, last evening. Tho even
ing was spent In music and games, and
light refreshments were served.
THE ETUDE CLUB WILL BE EX
tertalned tomorrow afternoon at the
home of Miss Lutie Thompson, 1414
East Fourteenth street, Davenport.
And we are sho-wing an extensi'-fe assortment of unusually smart and practical models. Coats that rep4
resent the last word of style in every conceivable coat material at prices ranging
From $6.98 to $30.
The Advance Millinery Styles Shown
Here are Highly Approved by Women
Who Have Seen Them
Small shapes predominate stunning little turbans that
fit down over the head rounded and tarn crowns with
close fitting brims and "stick-up" trimmings of flowers,
feathers, wings or velvet. New ones coming from the
workrooms every day and we axe prepared to meet ev
ery early demand.
Clean Up Trices Trevail
on All Winter Wearables
Hundreds of most desirable garments offered at the lowest prices we have
200 Coats now
Formerly Sold tip to $14.98
Cloth Coats at
The finest in the store.
Silk and Cloth Dresses,
A rackful of bargains.
Another shipment of
to sell at
The Bee Hibe 13"
KATE HILL MISSION SOCIETY.
THE MISSES BUETTNEK, AT
their home, 522 Twenty-fourth street,
entertained the members of the Kate
Hill Mission society of the rnited
, Presbyterian church last evening.
CLASS HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY, j Miss Edna Buettner was the leade
MRS. J. F. ROHINSON ENTER- of the evening anH Rh rrf "
I 4 V " " ylTl
on me i ninese women. At the busi
ness session it was decided to hold
the annual election of ollicers at the
next meeting in two weeks. The an
nual opening meeting of the societv
. -or. j-'.;.-" r
t .. T
tained the Harriett Henderson Memor
ial class of the First Methodist church
at her home. Gl'i Twentieth street
last evening. About 90 members were
present and as it was the time set by
the class for the birthday anniversary
nearly every guest ;ame dressed to however, being left undecided
represent 'he month in which he or j
Mi" was iiorn. I tie guessing or IT.144 QUEEN ESTHER
A Gl'EST AT Ll'XCHEOX.
Did it ever occur to any of our read
ers that real hospitality is a thing
of the past? Perhaps I had better
modify Hmt a little and say in large
cities this is quite true, and not so
much in the smaller towns where out
will also be held in March, the date i side interests are nnt sn irreat
A mistaken idea by many a hostess
is she must have something "extra"
CIRCLE. i both in food and work when a guest
and pimple one. But it will make
no difference to your guest, as he will
care far more for the weicome he re
ceives than "extras" which have meant
work and worry for ihe. hostess.
Another thing, children like com
pany occasionally, and it is good for
them in more ways than one. Not
long ago a mother I know was hav
ing a very busy day. When her
young son came in to lunch he said:
"Mother, I brought Harry in to lunch
with us. I knew you would be glad
tuce, which was prepared when put
into the refrigerator, was only neces
sary to lay on plates with sections
of grapefruit, with French dressing
mad from orange and lemon Juice
instead of vinegar. Make the omelet
iinl cocoa, cut the cake and luncheon
study of the book that they have been
reading and took up a new work. Th
club spent a very pleasant social houi
after the study meeting and the hos
tess served a lunch. Mrs. S. J. Sebe
Hub, fil7 Forty-fourth street, will be.
the next hostess.
' .an iur i lit. t br.X ESTHER CIRCLE OF j Is asKed to sit at her table. The
,llre of the evening. After the regu- . the First Methodist church met with greatest honor which can be conferred
lar busmess sess.on a march was , Mis. Mary Snyder. 2124 Eighteenth on any guest is the right kind of a
Played and the members marched . avenue, last evening. At the busi- I welcome; then. if only bread, butter
-.round a large urn in the shape of ness session decision was made that and a cup of tea be served she will
.-.wose -u.u ,n mis uroppeu .ne;r : each member obligate herself to raise , feel
: ueiuie me next meeting. The nro- entertained. i
THREE WILLS ARE ADDED
v -vi i i-i r-i j- vt a s im- r T
IU I fit KKUbAI t KtUUKUS! Easy to Stop Hair Falling Out. and
.Three wills were admitted to pro-1 Dandruff Also,
bate by Judge B. S,. Bell yesterday and : No doubts that it Is the duty
today. In an instrument dated June i of every woman to iook as charm
21, 1902. Edwin Ward of Rock Island jng a8 pOBBii le Every woman knows
bequeaths his estate to hiB adopted wh she wantB to be bPautifui and
son, F. J. Ward, and to his grandson, attractive
Leon E. T). Ward, naming the former j A woman ficant haJr duH an(,
a8fn !CUt-?.r' T. . -at ,- i I lifeless, has lost half her charm. How-
Hilda M. Pears of Moline leaves ! ' .
her property to her children. Robert , "e- have we heard the ex-
.T Anderson P.. and Hilda E. Pears. rres8l" ' the crowning glory of a
nnd T lust saw him and wanted him. tn r. .- namA inint orrvn. i woman Is her hair.
I know I should have asked you be-! (ors The win was drawn Feb. 10, ! Nowadays, thanks to Parisian Sage,
fore, but you see I just couldn't and j lf)08. f a'm0Bt every woman can have hair as
vou don't care, do you?" j j0hn Swanson of Moline, in a will radiant and so glorious that it at-
"Indeed. not," she said. "Harry is dated Dec. 9, 189!. gives the bulk of j tracts, fascinates and compels admbr
most welcome. Take off vour things i his estate to his children, Ingrid Mary atlon.
and luncheon will soon "be ready." i Wahlberg. Matilda Stromberg and Al-j Parisian Sage, the scientific and
That Is what I call true hospitality ' hert Swanson, naming Alexander ; Weal hair rejuvenator and tonic, will
and it should be in everv home. j Stromberg as executor. Special be- j cause hair to grow. It will turn harsh.
Another instance came to mv no- quests m e i.iant; 10 a ua..... c. , ; - - ,u...v.
f v,v woman who wished t'urle. and to a daughter-in-law, Lena wltchingly luxuriant hair
to talk over some matters of mutual
interest with a friend who kept house,
had two children and a maid. The
that she has been most royally I b woman wrote: "I can see you
Come In And Enjoy
a FREE Demonstration of
A Hot Porridge Wended rich and creamy. A new and
delicious combination of wheat, corn and rice flavors.
The New Food DriP.k a'sr.nppv cofTee flavor but
without the drvg "cafleiae" and costirg half as much as
yovr usual table drink.
Yen arc welcome to stop in any day this week. The
Pcrt-Jin Co.'s representative will serve you hlcrr.lly.
. -OClvJiLAN 1). ILL.
gram consisted of a niano solo hv
Miss Ruth Cralle. a reading on Mor
monism by Miss Grace Holmes, piano
solo by Miss Minnie Snyder, a reading
on Mormonism and Mohammedanism i say:
by Miss Mabel Smutz. An hour of hring
I am not having in mind the guest
who Is formally invited to dinner, but
one who, if the husband wishes to
bring home, can telephone up and
Mr. S is in town. May I
him trp to dinner?" And the
sociallbllity followed when lunch was j cordial hospitable answer will come
served. The circle wi;i hold It next I back: "Yes. he will be most welcome "
meeting with Miss Blanche Skallburg.
ABOUT 30 FRIENDS AND RELA
tires last -evening came as a surprise
to help O. E. Slppel and son Edward
celebrate their birthdays, both anni
versaries falling on the same day.
Hoarts was played, the head prizes
falling to Mrs. Gus Llndenstruth and
Henry Schleut-er. booby prize to Mrs.
Henry Schleuter and O. E. S'ppel. At
11 o'clock refreshments were served.
Both hosts received many nice pres
ents. A delightful time was had.
MEN'S SOCIETY MEETINO.
THE MEN'S SOCIETY OF THE
First Swedish Lutheran church held
' a meting last evening with Ola? Swan
snn. 517 Ninth street, win a good
nu:cber of members present. The
bible study discussion was led by
Ans Anaerson, and after trie s'ua'f
n:er '1r.g refresh men's were served.
The society will ho.d its next em.
ii;g wi'h Pettr Peterson on Twenty
eighth fc'.reet and FiMi avenue.
ANCY WORK CLUB MEETS.
Mils. F. J. SCI i E.VEBRf CKER., AT
h.r htr.-.e, f?4 Forty-third street, enter-
For that guest only an extra service
Is all that is necessary. The dinner
may have been planned as a plain
Paw Pil; re nn
hke all other laia-tivj-
'1 hy coax the liver
into activity by
gentle methods, thpy
do cut cour; they
do tot gnpe; tbey
do not weakn: but
they do start ail th
secretion of the
lirer and stomach
in a way that eoon
puts these organj in
a l.ealthy condition
ar. ! corrects consti
T Tur.ror.'s Paw Paw Pills are a tonic
tj ti.e ft-niacfc, liver and nerves. They
i-iM'gorate :rn-TeBd of weaken: 'l ev en
rich the blood instead of irapiverishitiff
it; tfcy tnai.ie the stomarh o get all
tne r.3Jr.nhiMLt from food that is put
Ti. ri's rortain no ralom!. no dor.
t4iey tr foothirs. h'-.-t!.c ind stimnkt
ine. n.v t 1 tho l,r, to art wlth
out -, - i't- . -
J-" yj'i :,r r.-rvo-;t. f-.ii't sf p and are
we.:'.; r.r..l run iwn and net-d a vine
m4. t :,- --mvr,r, a f'aw Pa'v Tonic.
ta:ned the n-.f rr.b-rs of l:er fancy work i IOT '" 1J nr
tl.b yest-er-iay afterr.fn a? a very "
j:I-a-;at i.uic. Ftrr.0 end poc.ed platiU j
jaiiy'time rriaay. ine repiy went
back at once: t ome at i o ciock aim
have luncheon with us, then we can
talk over plans you suggest." She
gave me her menu, which she said
was just as already planned for her
family with the exception of the salad:
Bacon Omelet Creamed Potatoes
English Muffins (home made)
Sponge Cake (home made)
Canned Cherries Cocoa
A very simple luncheon you will
say to prepare. After breakfast the
sponge cake was made by the fol
Materials Eggs, five; granulated
susar, one and a quarter cups; pastry
flour, one and a quarter cups; juice
and rind of one lemon.
Ftensi'.s Cakepan, measuring cup,
lemon squeezer, flat wire beater, plat
ter, grater, bowl, eggbeater.
Directions Beat the whites of the
eggs on the platter until perfectly dry.
Beat the yolks In the bowl until very
lipht end gradually add the sugar,
grated rind and juice of the lemon.
Cut and fold in half the whites, then
half the sifted flour and then the re
maining whites and flour. Bake In a
pan w'ith a tube in the center about
50 minutes or a long pan about 35
At 10:.10 a. m. the mufflr.s were set
to rise for two hours and then this
ba'ter dropped into gem pans and
bak-d in a hot over 1:0 minutes. In
the last ha'.f hour the table was set,
the potatoes cut iu cubes, cooked,
drained and finished in a thin cream
i siuce in the double boiler. The let-
FORTNIGHTLY READING CIRCLE.
MRS. C. I. PETERSEN. 821 FORTY-
third street, was the hostess to the
Fortnightly Reading circle yesterday,
afternoon. The circle finished the
They Know Booth's Hyomel will Cure
and They Use It Intelligently. '
How many women of refinement ,
do you see parading disgusting symp
toms of ca'arrh before the world?
Not one in a thousand. i
Women have patience; a great deal j
more of it than men. Most of them
know that HYOMRI will banish
catarrh if used properly and they use
it regularly because they realize what
a genuine blessing it is to be rid of
such a vile disease.
People don't contract catarrh in a
day; they can't expect to get rid of
i in a day.
If you teally want to free yourself
from the power of persistent catarrh
microbes get a HYOMEI outfit today, j
breathe regularly and kill the germs. j
There is no stomach dosing: the j
directions are simple and easily fol- j
lowed, a complete HYOMEI outfit In- ;
eluding pocket inhaler $1.00, extra bot- i
ties ff HYOMEI if afterward needed
cents at druggists everywhere.
Guaranteed for catarrh, coughs, colds.
Mail orde,rs filled, charges prepaid by
Booth's Hyoraei Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Booklet on catarrh free. The Thomas
Drug company guarantees it. (Adv.)
In a few
It Ih a most delightful hair dress-
i ing that kills the dandruff germs, stopH
falling hair, and eradicates dandruff
in two weeks, or your money back.
A large 50 cent bottle is sold by
The Thomas Drug company and deal;
ers everywhere on the mcmey back
to have you come in
and have your eyea
examined. It costs
nothing and perhaps
we can save you some
No case too compli
cated for us to cor