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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. APRIL 8, 1913.
rran c? ?",
her (! ft:-!: ,
Tbompsrn: I am a youns; I
I hv a nice little cot- j
t :ind hav it all paid for.
wi-h a Kir! of CS. I loved :
hi:: found out she m not
respectable nr. I I pav ber up. But I
ran t t- hr out of my mind. She is .1
row the fault I am leading a bad life.
Thr"' v p-kf as" I mt, another jsirl ;
pticJ a.in i in ee her home. She r
t 'ni"'. ! r!iiiiKh no more of It. Last !
to on ,d and benn to cry. I akd -arn
h"r wh.v sh T ag crying about and she ; h' ar
to( ri f "hii? (it !intni was no poir alone-
:h: fh was avr-.amd of it, but it wad
th best an had. 1 am aure she doe?
n't Know I hrf ;. house. I asked h-T
why sri" has taken a fancy to me. Sh
said I looked at If I was worried and
she .1-ist took a llkirc to me. but I
Tf.ink I wi'! Tivr like fj'rls any more
and I am not living a regrcT; ble Mfe.
r!' t - 1 1 me w hat to do. JOHN.
I r--.nl; if I wer a man, made In
f.rpr' t r.i;if. I wouldn't blame any
"r:,'' UKh:n- I an: l'ariins: a bad
I'- I wo. in at iast own tip to my
i i; .. r.:i-!!'" and nay that I live an
T i. her an?" I want to which it the
Etrved a lunch during the afternoon.
j MISS HELEN JOSEPHINE KOHX, 8
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kohn
of Main and Thirteenth streets, Dav- Q
enport," and Davis S. Gottlieb of Tiffin, 5
Ohio, were united in marriage last O
; evening at 6 o'clock at the Davenport 2
Outing club. Rabbi A. L. Weinstein O
o. emple Emanuel officiating. The
bride v.-as attended by the matron of ,
. honor, Mra. Joseph Strasburger of Al
bia, Iowa, a Bister of the groom, and
Joseph Strasburger was the groom ;
best man. The bride's cousin. Phfl:p
David Adler, acted as ring bearer, car
rying the ring in a large white tulip.
. 1 he ceremony was witnessed by a com-
pany of 55 relatives. The service was
lfcSELlZA.Bt.TH T'--DM55i7l ci'ch house- the cermon.v taking r,'ace
her and ahe ca'!d melrrarry a good g:ri. There ar lots ot if wmm rcn 01 iue room.
more pood ones than bad oaes, uaiKsrouuii 01 greener was
Meantime, ieae tUls girl wreath of pink roses and suspended ;
from it w as a lover's knot made of :
eti earners of white chiffon ribbon hold-
who leaves the city soon. The affair COCCOOXXCX3000000COOGOOOOOXX)OGCOOOCOGGCK)
; w as a thimble party and the hostess g
Iar Mr Thomj sun: 1 1 Plf-at-e teil
me what it n"'ans by wearing a rin; ,
on the differe nt firiKrrs of both hands? ,
Is there any difference in w hat kind of ;
a ring? i?; Please tell me what it is i
w hen your rieht ar rings? Is 60m?- :
orie taikinc or thinkiTig good or badj
about jou? A'.so the ring'ng of the left ,
ear and the ttchine of the nose? (3)
in; a bouquet of pink roses. On either
side wag a candelabrum and baskets
of pink roses. The bride was given
ir. marriage by her father. The bride's
gown was f white charmeuse satin
draped with chantilly lace with drap-O
Her lace veil which had been worn by
hi-r mother was made into a Juliet cap
effect and held with orange blossoms.
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I-'-..- ssTv-.:; y.
(State Auditor's Call.)
BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF BUSINESS
April 5, 1913.
Loans and discounts $2,637,475.70
Cash and due from banks
Capital stock $
Reserved for interest and taxes
10 I'm i ew 1 1 a 1 A n n cx r: cr ' nam ar vit'D
,J, ? V " '. r 1 vTo i Sbe wore a diamond lavaUier, the gift
would it be Tecessarv 'o eve her an- i . .. . . . V c " .
ether rine when you are to be marrifcd
to her. be a wedding ring?
Corner 18th Street and 3rd Avenue.
H. S. CABLE, President
H. P. HULL, Vice President A. J. LINDSTROM, Cashier
P. GREENAWALT, Vice President W. G. JOHNSTON, Asa't Cashier
of the groom and her bouquet was of .
; lilies of tile valley. The matron of i
honor wore her w-edding dress of white
: satin and lace trimmed and she car-,
trr'h ! "-ur rase, if you wanted to I (l) Th only significance attached - ried a bouquet of pink reses tied with
he rfpfc; able you would be. ! to fingers on which rings are worn is ! biue chiffon. A wedding dinner was
the wedding and eneag"meT;t finger of served in the dining room after the
the Mt hand. A ring on the little fin- I ceremony, the tables being laid in the
ger is ttaid to proclaim that th wearer I foim of a double T, baskets and
di,-H not wit.li to marry. Different ; vaEes of pink roses being used to dec
kinris of rings have no particular sig-1 orate the tables. The place cards
I'.ifi' anct . unless one takc-B the mean- ; were embossed roses attached to
H. S. CABLE,
W. H. DART,
H. P. HULL,
E. W. HURST,
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Rock Island Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
Vom -e r.'? fit. to marry a good girl
tn w v):y riori t you brtre up and
make yr.-irself fit? It'n tbe grandest
thTK ', th"' world to be a fint-, rlran,
r";i;,h man. who thinks clean thourh's
und wf.ii'.i:)'! stoop to anything low
or ti pr.vthig that would hurt a wom
en or a chil l.
If jou believe in God. ask Him to ear: Somebody Bpeaks well of you.
be'ji von be decent. If you don't, try Left ear, the reverse. None itching:
to '.lelieve in yourself and make up ; You will hear news. But these are
your m nd to bring out the best in you, only foolish superstitions and experi-ti.'.-
tbo worst. Then, when yon fe"i er.ee will disprove them. (3) Not ne
that win are 0nce more a decent man, c hsary, but customary.
afternoon over their sewing and visit
ing and letters were read from the ab
sent members of the club. The host-
pbs aerved nice lunch late in the
tug of the precious stones. These are;hich were dainty chiffon bags filled afternoon. Mig8 Clara Math of this
too many to menticm here. (2) Right i witn rice- After the serving of the cty will be the nest hostess.
dinner dancing was enjoyed In the ball
room and here frappe was served. The ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED.
bride's going away gown was a black . ,
and white check suit with a hat to , A LITTLE PARTY OF THE PAST
match. ' week brought an interesting announce-
After May 15 Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb ment to the many friends of Richard
will be at home In Tiffin. Ohio, where. Aten(lorf of paVenport, as it told of
Krooni ! proBnor oi me aeneca tnB pnampnt of Mr Altendorf to
; Glove factory.
SURPRISE MR. M'CALL.
Ill K TKACHEKS OK THE I.I.V
tc'ln n luol perpetrated a very happy
iwrpnue on I'ranK S?. Mct'all. prlnci
l .ii of the Hthool. the companj calling
;.i Inn home, 16o Twenty-eighth street,
inht eveiutig in elebration of his
l. rtli'li autii crsary. The company
Miss Elenore McCafferty of Des
Mcines. Tiie party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. VV. Barr, 1404
Brady street, Davenport. Covers were
laid for 11 at the dinner that was serv
ed, the table being decorated for the
occasion with Easter lillies and carna
tions. Miss McCafferty has returned
to her home in Des Moines. The wed-
diDg will probably not take place un
NOT Or HEART
IN HONOR OF MISS THOMSEN.
MISS OLIVE STERXSDORFF OF
124 College avenue, Davenport, enter
' tained at a party last evening in honor
I of Miss Iiouis Thomsen, a bride of
; next week. Thirty ladles were the
1 guests and bridge was the evening di-
P.e2l FaCtS In Regard TO F. R. "ion- In the games the prizes were
M ,ff,,- iti,. D.llrnt given to Mrs. John Ploehn of Betten-
CdiJrnar. $ Illness. Relief 0b- dorf Mr8 Henrv Huberg Miss CaraU.
tailltd By Curing (US la Aufderheide and Mrs. William San-
StOmaCl! Ailrr.etliS. i urK '"ne bride's colors, lavender and
! ' i p'.nk. were carried out in the decora-
Waynesvii.c.N.C. Mr. Y. R. Huffman, i tions of 'lie home and in the lunch that
WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM.
FRAN'K 9PEAIGHT OF LONDON.
England, w ill give a Dickens recital at
the April meeting of the Moline Wom
an's club next Saturday afternoon at
the First Congregational church, Mo
line, when he win give characteriza-
brought with them their supper and t,ons from the Pickwick Papers. He
decorations to trim the table. Pink 1S pcken or as a reciter of marvelous ti! thp Pariv faii Mr. Altendorf is one
and white flowers were used and pink and flexibility, as a delightful en- j cf tne w.ej known business men or
shaded candies in crystal candle "rtainer, as a ms ter of facial ex-: Davenport, being with his brother in
prFsion and the cleverest miiTnc imag- tcbarge 0f "Zum Alten Dorf" as Schuet
ir.ab.e. He is Dickens' character him- I zen Vir inn wjh be known in the fu
self. Not that he looks amusing or:ture aud of tne inn at Black Hawk's
eccentric. But in his slight, short fig-1 v.-a,rh Tower He is also interested
t:re; his abundant, curly dark hair;
It: s ruddy cheeks; his delicate features.
sticks formed the decorations. After
thd serving of a delicious supper
games were played and the evening
punned in a delightful informal way.
in the Michigan Automobile company.
MUSIC STUDENTS CLUB.
sr m Mm m.
tfj mm Hia j h m m
It la Just as essential to change our
food with the change of seasons as to
change our clothes. All through the
winter months, of necessity, we have
been indoors more than in summer,
where heat and ventilation are not
perfect.; riding in crowded street cars,
sitting in theatres or ether crowded
places of amusement several nights a
week and breathing the atmosphere in
crowded rooms. With ihis, frequently,
ir. the late supper and indulging in
various liquid refreshments. All this,
THE MEMBERS OF THE MUSIC ; before we pet, any farther, means clog-
club were entertained yes-'ging the system. Then along with
as sensitive in expression as his dark
eyes Mr. Speaight affords a poetic
condensation of the senial. alert and I
cvnnnl)iitl. emit i 1 1 in o t (n - tha ! Students
most lovable of the Dickens' "people." terday afternoon at the home of Mrs. ithi has been th usual heavy foods
tv. --. v. ii - . j i i t. . ; r-., r,t Tk c colder months. We should be
1 lit- ftUll iedu:ilt :il Rle III- -vUOipil J I IfSIH 111 lyatciijjui i.
c'udes "Mrs. Barde'.'s Mistake." "A : piano number was Fantasie Russe by
Fhie Example of How to Manage Nnpravnik played by Miss Elsa Simon
Horses," "A Remarkable Shooting Pa-
ty," "Sam Weller Very Much in Evi- orchestral accompaniment on the sec
ond piano. The songs w ere "A Lover
ir. Damascus" by Miss Amy Woodruff
Findeu sung by Mrs. William Water-
Dvery housekeeper should know how
to make it and make It well.
Let down on the tea and coffee. I
did not say cut it out entirely, but take
it only once a day and that preferably
black at tae close of dinner. We have
one meal a day entirely of fruit, and
If the coffee can be dispensed with for
breakfast, this will be the best time
for It; if not, then at noon. If the
fruit meal is not practical every day,
then bare one entire day devoted to
fruit eating. There is nothing more
cleansing to the system than fruits.
Salads, which are made from fresh
succulent vegetables such as lettuce.
spinach, water cress, dandelion and
onions, all have their place in the diet.
I am not writing this just for wom
en and girls, for it is just as essential
in the dietary of man. "A man is as
old as his arteries," has been truly
said and unless he, too, is willing to
eat understanding he will be remind
ed there is something in arteries, liv
er and kidneys.
Eat whole wheat (certified) bread
and nnrffitis with dates, raisins, figs or
nuts in them. Remember, we eat
bread 365 ilays in the year, three times
a day, so give more attention than
ter teaspoonful ; one egg. three quarter
cup milk, two cups whole wheat, one-
quarter pqund dates, four teaspoonfuls
Utensils Measuring cup, teaspoon.
bowL wooden spoon, egg beater, muf
Directions Cream the butter, add
the sugar gradually and the dates
chopped. Beat the egg and add to the
milk. Now alternate with flour in add
ing to mixture, beating well. Carefully
fold in the baking powder and bake in
hot, well greased muffin pans 20 min
utes. Mrs. Kirk's Card Index Cooking
SPRING SAI.AT) WITH mEESB
Materials Romaine or head lettuce,
Roquefort cheese, cme-juarter pound;
French dressing, chili eauce, one ta
blespoon; water cress, two tablespoon-fnla.
Utensils Bowl, fork, 6harp knife,
Directions Wash the romaine or
head lettuce and wipe perfectly dry.
Prepare a French dressing for serving
four persons. Rub the Roquefort
chees smooth with the dressing and
add the chili sauce and also the water
cress chopped fine. Pour this over the
lett:io? ann serve.
Y'ouns dandelions may he used in
stead of lor.uice which makes the sal-,
ad of greater value in the spring.
dence," and "Tli tJreat Trial of Bat
dell vs. Pickwick."
The mueicul program, which is in
of this city, says: " I suffered dreadfully Wttb nerved. 1 he Misses Irma fatt hey charge of Mrs. William Crubaugh of
'uttri f'.kntitW. &tifHurhi.lttQ a FA untartin. tltls ..:.- fnnl.i.l.t- ..I.,,..
...:.u ..,... I .1 I - U!- . . ..... ...v . ...... . iuiiuucb iniiu uuuiun-
""nl " "-" '""'"I ;ir. todav in honor of M bb Thomsen. i ltaa
ready to see why a change of diets
with the season is quite opportune.
V ler't ni:amwiapclun r. a in tKiTilMno- i usual In t na V. rti - H n-HiVi hoa all tna
v it !i Mies Xota vena Steck playing the - . ... ...... ....o
i nai i no not neneve nor enjoy i nea- ; r it-ineui s mr reai, noui isiiing luun.
ues, oijeras. naming, tc, for I do, I Alternate ptatoes, baked or boiled
1; it v.e do have to suffer mQ,3t of the ' with Rkins on, with brown, unpolished
time fioiii Iiad i nt : ion, and all of ' rice. In other words, "cat to live and
this i an only be offset by knowing live to eat."
what, to eat to keep the body d' ar. j Foods should lie pure and they
and tried various medicines in vain.
After other remedic had failed, Thed
ford's Black -Draught restored me to
health. I would not feel safe without
Black-Dr.r.ir'vt ir. the house. I consider
It worth its weight in gold.
It cured try indigestion, and by this
means I v. as resided to health.
man; "June Raptures," "The Bee,
"Lovers in the Lane" from the song
Coni-erto." first movement cycle. "Lite ot a nose o iiea i.ni
aud "Under Bright Skies'
Bids will be received at the mayor's
omce until 10 a. m., April 19, 1913, Tor
two two-horse garbage wagons and
one street flusher. Bidders to furnish
specifications. II. M. SCHRIVER.
Mayor of Rock Island. (Adv.)
man. sung by .miss l.ny .mmi. ui?
club w ill meet again in two weeks wiH
ing today in honor of Miss Thomsen.
( Hach i
LUNCHEON FOR MISS DOW. : (Whtlpyi, by Miss Viola Koch of Dav
THE DELTA SIGMA SORORITY OF enport ad the vocal numbers, "Thou
Davenport entertained at a 1 o'clock! Art Like a Flower" (Burnham). auo. eermruev I
luncheon today for Miss L'izabeth ' "The Sweetest Flower that Blows" SEVENS WITH MISS CAUGHEY. (
Dow of Davenport whoee marriage (Uawley) and "Blossom Land" (El- MISS ADKLIXE CAUGHEY AT j
I is an event of this spring. Covers l'ctt), sung by Mrs. A. K. Williams ac- her home, 1714 Eleventh avenue, Mo-:
Ivere laid for 21 in the dining room company by Miss Lois Hubbard, both line, last evening was hostess to the
' f V- ...... I . . V. nnJ .U- ...V.I. 1 . .i.i . ..... i , . . 1 . : ......il,, r t r 1 1 1 1 niAfit.
1 I Ul iur uuiiufs tiuu auu luc lauic hb ui imo Cli. t.evene at men icruioi ch.u.j .v
C"" I J ..J 1 !!. 1 M... Jl I . ., .-! .V,
.... ,t ucvuiniru ill jiiuiv buu uiuc, nuwrin lllg Airs, 11. viuceiii. waa tur irrttu-
notexr'rss my gratitude fonts benefits. , and tuIle rlboon(! b.In(? used. The PHI DELTA PHI CLUB. ier and the topics were taken by Mrs.
Good health depends on the condition ; place cards had attached to them lit- MISS ELIZABETH MOSS AT HER1 Frank Dufva on "Picture of Syrian
of your digestion. Poor digestion and j tie bags of rice with which the bride- home, 610 Tenth street, Moline, was Travel," by M:.?s Ar.'hony on "Damas-
fjoid health do not go together. 'to-be was showered. The ices and hostess to the members of the Phi; rug the Pride tf Sria," and by Mrs.
Thedford's Biack-Praught wl!f rtirotion'3 carried out the pink and Delta Phi club composed of Rock ' Vincent on "Sacred landmarks of the
I'n-ourhW e'eanse and set in order vou' l'lue' AfTer luncheo" """d3 were Is!and and Moline youns women, eight ; Holy Land and Curious Specimens of
. ' - tne aiternoon aiversion.
()'ir bo ii s are much like our furnaces ; should be good. These two words
they must be keut clean to give out i should never bo separated and it, is
tiie most heat and activity.
our purpose to keep them together for
If the diet has been largely of meat, the health, and happiness of our read
cut it down to meat t wo or three times prs.
a week and substitute in its place i Iiatr mi ffix.
eggs, nuts, tieatis, fas or cream of leu- .Materials Hutter, one-tnira
til soup, which is in;i(ie so cVHciously
at our best hotels and resiaurants.
su?ar, onequartr cup; salt, onc-quar-
'Al! Bound Round"
Does your Stomach feel that way after
each meal? Your food is not being di
gested makes you feel heavy- causes
Oias, Heartburn, Sour Risings and
Nausea. Listen, try
d. restive svrtcrrt.
It has done this for otliers, durinj the i MISS CAETJER HOSTESS,
past "0 years, and is todav the most 1 MISS CORA GAETJER AT HER
popular vegetable hver remedy on Lie , home ou Twelfth and Aiken streets,
Cfkrt. Try it. South Kock Island, yesterday afternoon
Insn't on Thedford's. Price 25c ' entertained a small company of young
(Advertisement.) t women In honor of Miss Mae Smith,
of w hom were present yesterday after-! Ar' and Architecture end Literary
Loon. The ladies spent a delightful i curiosiues." A social hour followed
the studv session. Miss Nellie An-
MI-O-NA A SPECIFIC
FOR STOMACH ILLS
tony will be the next hostess
Miss Wright will be the leader.
1 " ' .. w I II ) .n i ii mil i t i, i, , i ,i , mmf
READS MERCHANT OF VENICE.
MRS. JESSE ELD RIDGE SOUTH
wick of Bogtcn appeared in reci'-al at
I Many people treat their house, dogs ' Augustana college laFt evening before
end oU.tr tbinas in which tiiev a fair sized audience. Mrs. South-
iiUereateo with more thoughtfuiness ' read Shakespeare's Merchant of
than their stomachs.
t We take precautions against fire and
other damage to property, but w hat
care or thought do we give our bod
ies? Almost none! Somehow we have
an idea that our mortal frame will
Venice. Mrs. Southwick stands high
In the rank of Shakespeare readers
and she gave a very good interpreta
tion of the play, although she was "a
Ii' tie uncertain of her lines. Her voice
is of good quality and her facial ex-
stand any abuse heaped upon it, so pression is remarkably good and her
interpre'ation cf the various charac
ters shows careful study.
Charter Now Open
You can get in on the ground floor for a fee of $5.00.
Dues 50 cents per month, no assessments.
S6.CC per week sick or accident, 5100 death benefit.
Free doctor for member and family. Orphan home for
orphans cf Owls. Free hospital at South Bend, Ind.
Pensions for needy widows
Handsome Club Rooms
To become a charter member call, telephone or write
C. E. Davenport, national organizer.
J827 Second Avenue. Rock. Island Telephone West 2545.
Office cpen until 9 p. rn.
we go on tormenting it until it be
comes defiant and rebels. '
A littie fire bell in the system al-:
ways rings to sound the warning. W
have an ache, pain, a bad taste in the
mouth, or something out of the ordi-1
nary. What is the cause? Just this
been eating too much, too fast, or
something that the overloaded and
t.red digestive organs refuse to han
dle in the natural way.
Be prepared for these warnings. '
iii-o-na Tablets are a specific fori
stomach Ills. Get a box today always
keep them in the house carry them j
w hen traveling take them at the first j
wariiing of stomach ilistress.
If you have that uncomfortable feel
ing of fullness, if your stomach is up
set, tongue coated, head aches, you
feel diizy at times and are irritable
aud depressed, beware you are warn
ed that the stomach, and digestive or-;
gans are in rebellion. Do no delay. ;
Tike Mi-o-na at once
;f :s certain.
LAST EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK
Ikrt a Bit
Tired, Smelly, Sweaty Teet, Corns, Cal
luses and Bunions Cured by TIZ.
Send at Once for Free Trial FacUage.
hv tn -r.,,r tt,. I
at the parsonage of Grace Lutheran i frt tin you use TI'. You win n-sver I
church Rev. I. O. Nottstein officiated j Vt?. V,' ,WJ. Vcbtni '
at the marriage of Miss Bessie Da: ' feet any more. It's lut vtoadrrfol t ie
r...i. anrt i-hrl H f'hell both ' way ,hf- oa;n vanishes. I;jb the n,rn :
ru.ple and tnres n. tneii, 00.11 . n4ain.ier lt Wlth VOUi st A you T.h ;
Clinton, Iowa. They were accompanied no more pa:nafi-r 1 1Z. Ji'5n't tiiat f o :nd
1 wrvv nm cinrr a i xmt fork were i
by Miss Mary Er.galle and Frank Hil-
debrandt. The groom is a photograph,
er in Clinton.
FIRST DANCE IN NEW HALL.
THE DEGREE TEAM OF UCAL
lodge N' j. 608. I. O. O. F., announces
mm nrjf as lap liklfli you naUe to
emrr tkeat. To-day there la ao ulna r.t
coma aa eltaer foot and no aorraeaa.
It'a mm up-to-date C.adarBd." aio. A.
Hoover, froimi, . f.
Juit use TiZ. It's not like anvthins
else for tne purpose y.vj tver heard of.
It a the only foot r-iredy ever rr.a'V
WiniCh acta On the n- rn lr.U nf Arm iri
the first dance to be held in the or- "j "u Ppi.-or.ous Tijdatior.s whim
, cause aore feet. Powders and ot'.er
der s new home on Fourth avenue. The remedies merely cV.z- up the por. tVz
date is next Friday evening. ; im?V?.??x 2rAJf"''' "'an!
lit works ntht off. l-,a i;i fee) bettr
. tne very first time it'a ud. t"s it a.
SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. ". .naou r"'" r'ret ever had
me aaugnters cr orw
immediate re- Thursday nigh' witli Mrs
ers. 1 1'4 Fifteenth-and-a-half
KERLER RUG CO.
will make your old rugs and carpet3 look like new and the
cast off ones into fine, new rug3.
for any size rug we can't clean without removing the siz
ing and stiffness.
We do anything In the shape of cleaning, mending, siz
ing, repairing, sewing, making over carpets and rugs.
Vacuum cleaning at your home or our factory.
Kerler Rug Co.
1710 Fourth avenue, Rock Island.. Phone West 692.
- .1 Tti-,Tb"r,"r S'xxl many coui.-ot-way
w ill meet ' ettsrf TIZ now beinz ri;d-by in.-.r.u'ac-tr-''-
rarrie Wee ! " flh:i:li tbfy caa mikes l:mm-ny
i. t arne eg- by foollnir r-opl rr.ee. I .r,n-t fHil n
Rcrr.ercber if not benefited Mi-o-na Moline, instead of at Turner hai
costs nothing always sold on money ; previously announced.
brcK plan at tre Thomas Drug corn-
street ' tinV i'cu'l! have to pet TIZ (':
as well Kti it the first t;me and save thfi ;
! money on counterfeits. TFZ Is for sale 1
at all druar stores, department ar.d gen- 1
eral Stores. at ?T, rent, r.er Kr.r r.r
pany r.r.d drijceists everywhere, 50 A'l the c-s a'l the time The ' 3.,r"rt- if yr,u wish Mor.ev l.nrk if J
. eentc a 'arsre him ( XAn . 1 TIZ doesn't do a'l we say. For a free
cents a .arge Dox. tAdv.j Argaa. trial packape wte today to V.aiter
1 .rxlirai Co. Chir.aa-.as, Hi.
w.f) t,i.ijs aiiiaiw l fHJwv Jurnu
FREE TO THE LADIES OF THE
When you are cleaning hou.sr; then is the time to have the Elec
trical Wiring installed for the r ason that it can be done much
cheaper at that time. Think this over and call Weat 1356 and we
will give you an estimate on the came free of cost.
ILLINOIS CONTRACTING ELECTRIC CO.
308 Twentieth street.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
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