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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, AFRFL 10, 1013.
Pear Mrs. Thompson: My hair Is
split, on ends and has been coming out
I: great deal of late. Thanking you
for any formula you may mention I
It may be that your whole system
neds toning up. Take a tonic and
. fiive the hair an egg shampoo and
when well dried apply a little kero
sene to the scalp. Apply tie kerosene
t-o or three times a week. The hair
-..i ..--m r r.m.e om nr.se ht nrsi.
but In a couple of weeks yon wUl see
an improvement. Brush It we'l night
una morning, tie sure mat brushes ana
combs are scrupulously clean.
Dear .Mrs. Thompson: I am a young '
man of 23 and cartoonist for a maga- i
fine. I have been working for this
magazine for nearly two years and
find my selt drawing a comfortable sal
ary. At first I did this work on the
ride, while employed by another, but
I found myself doing better by giving
my whole time to sketching for Vn
About, six months ago I got into 1
some trouble over one of my cartoons.
. ,,.,- U.U..U.I, -,i.,.:.B
tralghtcned it out Tl.e girl I am en-
gaged ,0 heard of the marrer. but aid
noming ijien. v nn 1 asked ner ror
a fixed du'e of our marrinz siie, to'.ii
tne I would have to give up the tar
toon biiinens and go back to my trade
before she would marry me.
I did not expect anything of this
kind, as she bad never said nnythitit'
lirfore. I explained to her what this
hup'n"ss meant to me, but she BtiU
stiirk to her Idea, bringing up trouiile
I once had. Please give nie your ad
vice. V. J. S.
Kvery cartoonist, at times, finds
himself In ritrJiriilties because of his painting and got paint on It. They put Davenport, in recital this evening, as
work. hit h of necessity often makes 1 -wit n-- t-i ta:. 'he ::'i:; tn sisted on the program bv Miss Louise
enemieM for him. If you are doing u
t i-an, noneFi worn tor a rt-vent niagn-
zlne, I tin lint see why you nlio'ilt!
cliange. It Is true that the eartoou-i
TIIK MK.MHKKS OK TIIK lil'SY
l,ee Sewing circle were entertained by
yrs. Harry Pahl at her home, 17.4
'1 etitlturtliatid-ahalf street, yes
terday afternoon at a farewell party
for Mrs. William Pahl and Mrs. Hertba
Stange. Mrs. Pahl will leave Monday
t r Kilgemoiit, S. I)., to lake up a claim
t.ud Mrs. Stunge will leave next mouth
f' r Minnesota to make her home. The
affair was a double surprise lor Mrs.
Pahl was trying to surprise Mrs.
l?tange anil vice versa, making the
party a very pleasant one The ladies
came dressed in hard times costumes
ROCK 1 5 LAND.
Hosiery Day at McCahcs
WOMEN'S "Lucile" silk lisle hose, double scle. high spliced
heel, double top. the 35c nr
kind, at, a pair ilOC
WOMEN'S sheer, black lisle hose, extra strong 1 01 r
heel and toe, 18c values, a pair C
CHILDREN'S black ribbed cotton hose, a good value for
10c. while a limited quantity -i
lasts, at, a pair (J
Friday Hosiery Bargains for Tvfen
MEN'S cotton half hose in black, navy, gray and tan, a regu
lar two for 25c value, special for Friday, single C
pair 10c or three pairs for ZOC
MEN'S medium weight, cotton half hose with white split
foot, an 18c value specially priced for Friday, "
15c pair, two pairs for ZDC
MEN'S "Geneva" silk half hose in black and tan only, while
IV dozer, last we will sell these
Friday, per pair
Public Sale oi Valuable City Real Estate
On Tuesday, the CCnd day of April. uxt, at the hour of 10:15
o'clock Id the forenoon, at 'he eat; door of the court house, in the city
of Rock Island, Joseph L. Haas, master in chancery, will sell at pub
lic aale. for cash, two certain parcels of lar.rl in said city knowx as
Ixn No., eight (St. in '.dock No. fourteen iHi. in Specter
Case s addition. This property is situated -n Fourth avenue ar.d is
known as No. 1013 of said avenue. Thre is a dwelling house or. this
iot. Thi lot Is situated in the business part of the city.
Also the south half (tx of !ot No. ten (lei. in Mock No. three (3,
in t..t part of tt city known as Ballsy & Boyle's cd i;ticn. This lot
has a dwe'.'.Ms house upon it. It may fl!.o ' e retard, i as w.thio the
business ec?on of the city. This pro-riy it aiso ki.cwu as No. 2C)o
'.'tii' j.ropertv belongs to the esiav of Hinry S'mmou. dca-ed,
,ti:d is bold :.y the master in c! at cry by U iree "f the cot:rt.
Kock Island, March IS. 131".
MARY A. SIMMON.
Executrix of Said Estate.
let's family sometimes suffers from
his work. also, but that is more or less
mie of vuhhc V0T
If the youDf. adv carB Verv much
for TOU ,t Bfierng mo Bne eho,lld be
Illlne to share the results of your ;
work with you. However, if you can
do as w11 in the other businessand ;
f jt j8 a more settled and sure way
0f earning a living than cartooning, it ,
might be well to return to it.
r.Q.. Vra TVir.mr.cnTT Ml TA'i'l von
1 1 , j ' J . ,,, ,1,- t 1
tie kind enouah to tell me the correct
way to eat potatoes baked in jackets, j
either swoct or Irish? Do you cut 1
them in halves with your knife and re- 1
move inside to your plate w!"h fork, or
do you manage
with your toik'.'
the ' whole thing"
(" When a woman
jnnd hr hllsbar!d rall in tnc afternoon
(gt,an!Ifrs; aIlfJ rov h.l;.t)a:id ,B not at
' hflInBi aru, JraV(. rarf)?, m of hPrs B!ld
two of his. in re:.un:;rg this call, if my
husband dc-E tio go i'.Si ni", should
I leave two of his cards with mine?
("1 Would my husband's business
card be permissible? MRS. J. H.
1 1 p (';: tii' j .;:!;! ';.'." . ta':.'
half in the left hand and scoop out
the un at with the fork. (1 Yes. toi
Pear Mrs. Thompson: What will
take a stain out of a new bla'k skirt?
! went into a pt'ir'1 "aIi'mt ritov we'"
but It left a stiff, bad looking spot. I
can't anord to take it to th
Sponge t Ulorofurni
and spent the afternoon in an infor
mal social way. They presented Mrs.
William Pahl with many different
kinds of tiuilt blocks which she can
complete into a tuiilt when time hangs
heavily on her hands or should she
become lonesome in her new home.
Mrs. Stunge was given a large number
of conucal post cards to remind her
o' the ladies of the circle. A bounti
ful country il.nner was served, the
centerpiece being a bouquet of straw
to carry out the hard times idea. Mrs.
J. I.. Kluiian in behalf of the cireb
presented each of the ladies of honor
v. i' h u Land painted plate and as Mrs.
ILL. l&ZSn f
35c hose, 0tr
' i X
Pahl is a member of the Busy Bee
circle her plate was appropriately dec-
orated with .bees and with emblems
of the order.
PROGRESSIVE EMBROIDERY CLUB.
MRS. A. HUBER AT HER HOME
on Thirty-ninth street and Fourteenth
avenue, was hostess to the members
of the New Progressive Embroidery
j club, at its first meeting following or
ganization. Eighteen members are
enrolled in the club and election of
officers will be held at the next meet-
lng. The purpose of the club is to
! learn embroidery work and the mem-
! bers will assist each other in learning
j the stitches. The ladies 6pent the
1 afternoon sewing and they were serv-
' ed with a delicious lunch at the close
I of the afternoon. The club will meet
! every two weeks Wednesday afternoon
at the various homes of the members,
Mrs. Harry Kerr on Sixteenth avenue
1 and Thirty-fifth street will be the next
ROM IG-SAL.ZM ANN ENGAGEMENT,
THE ENGAGEMENT OF MISS
Julia Salzmann. onlv daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G. II. Salzmann, 1512 Sixth
avenue, to Max Hayes Romig of Mo-
line, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ro-
mig of Lock Haven, Pa., was announc-
ed last evening at a charmingly ap-
pointed party given at the home of
the bride-elect's parents. A company
of 24 young women w ere the guests
ti whom the interesting announcement ;
,, , .. . ;
was made. The home was pretty in
Its decorations of pink and white, the
tM-rlding colors chosen by the bride-!
to-be. The dining room was especially
beautiful with streamers extending
from the chandelier to the corners of
the table upon which were cupids bear
ing the announcement and heart fa
vors naming June as the eventful time.
Games appropriate to the occasion
were played and in a culinary contest
Miss Mary Moore of Moline received
high favor, other favors going to Miss
Fieanor McKee, Mrs. C. H. Truedson
and Miss Grace Farrar. Vocal and in-
strumental numbers were given by
Mrs. C. H. Truedson and Mrs. H. . ,
Lee A delightful two course supper
BECKER RECITAL TONIGHT.
LUPW1G BECKER, VIOLINIST OF
Chicago will be heard at Unity hall.
St. John Westervelt, soprano, with Ar-
tiiur Granquist at the piano.
gram of the evening is: 1
Sonata E flat, major (Richard
Strauss) Allegro Ema non troppe; An
dante canlabile; Andante, allegro
Mr. Becker, Mr. Granquist.
Der N'eugierige (Schubert), Haiden
roeslein (Schubert), Der Tod das ist
die Kuehle Nacht (Brahms), Aria
from L'Enfant Prodigue, request (De-;
bussy) Miss Westervelt.
Komanze, Allegro moderato. D. mi
nor concerto ( Wieniawski) Mr. Beck
er. A Prelude (Mr6. Reach): N'ow
Sleeps the Crimson Petal (Quilterl;
The Little Piper (Rummeli; What's
in the Air Today? (Eden) Miss Wes
Moito moderato e maestoso, B minor
ccn"erto t Saint-Saens) ; Twilight (Na
tn v skit: Caprice Viennois ( Kreis-lr-r):
Liebtsfrcud valse (Kriesler)
FRIENDS HERE WILL BE SI'R
prised to learn of the marriage of Miss
Puili Weir and Herbert Crane, for
merly oi" this city, now of Tropico.
fa!., which took pla"e yesterday in the
western city. Tte bride's gown was
of white voile ovr white silk. The
wedding took place in the completely
furnished bungalow made ready by
the bridegroom and the couple will
start immediately to housekeeping.
Loth young people have many friends
in Rock Island and Moline. having
leit here between a year and a ha'.?
and two year ago. The bride lived
i i Moline tie years with a brotiier
n.d sister, her parents living in In
(1 ana. Mr. Crane's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Crane, were formerly of this
ti'y and are now with their son in
IV.ifornia. The bridegroom is a con
tractor. JOINT BIRTHDAY PARTY.
MR. AND MRS. ADOLPH MARKE
e: 'ertained 20 of their friends at their
in:c. lfill E'ghteenth-and-a-half
street. Moline. a' a joint birthday par.
;y The home was pre'tily rierorated.
pink and white carnations and A mer
it an beauty roses being used. TaTds
v ere a diversion of the evening. Em-
:-y Mayfielri and' Mrs Victor Fryxell
whining frst prizes and Robert Ander
son sr.d Mir'r Se'nniah! of Davenport
v. -inning consolation. In a peanut con-
RESULTS THAT REMAIN
Are Appreciated By Reck Island Peo
ple. Thousands who euCer from back
ache and kidney complaint have tried
c r.e remedy after anotuer, finding only
temporary beneSt. This is discour
..gii.g. but there is one kidney medi-
c:ue 'hat has earned a reputation for
lasting results and there is plenty of
proor of its merit right here in Rock
Here is the testimony of one who
used Doan . Kidney Pls years ago.
and now makes his testimony even
Mrs. M. Felix.
Kock Island, 11..,
Ley Pilis act just as ad vertised and I ' 1 1 , lBVUr -am
glad to confirm the public 6tYteC' Scbult' Btte super.ntendent
ment a member cf mv tamilv gave in ' of pubUc lastctior. iu Minnneso-a;
their praise in lW. I had nervous 1 Zander, the noted divine at
aud dUzy spells and mv back ached ! I-Cs Arge'.es, and Dr. J. E. W. Wallin,
Doen's Kidney Pills which I got at ,he celebrated phsyc'r-ologist of tne
th Harper House pharmacy, gave me University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Wallin's
prompt and pormar.nt relief. Another bail evpressed him as being "em
nember of my family wno also suffer- i put!cj;'y" in favor of representation.
cd rroni kidi.ey complaint, look Doan's
and was relievd of his
I ceu;s. I'os'er-Mi'.burn company, Euf-
faio. New York, so.e agents for the
me Doae's tnd
Kernemter tne na
take to other. lAd.)
test the first prize fell to S. E. Alls-:
brow of Rock Island and Mrs. Josing-,
er of Davenport and the consolation
to Mr. Fryxell and Mrs. Outien of
Davenport. A six-course luncheon
vas served. Arthur Schmahl of Dav-
enport furnished piano selections
throughout the evening. Henry
ScUmahl of Chicago, a brother of Mrs.
Marke, came in on the crowd unex-
pecieaiy auring me eeuiug ana re-
ceived a joyous welccne. ;
PRESBYTERIAN UNION SESSION.
THE FIRST MEETING OF THE
Presbyterian Toung People's union
since its organization last January,
will be held tomorrow evening at the
United Presbyterian church. An in-
teresting program hag been prepared
and all of the young people of the
four Presbyterian churches of the city
have been invited to attend. R. A.
Crawford of Clinton, who is the assist-
ant secretary of the Y. M. C. A. and
the president of a similar union in
union, who vt. a. uess. pastor
o' tne first restyterian cnurcu, are
to be the speakers of the evening.
feome special music nas oeen pro
uen aim aiter me met-mis io um.s
peorle of the church have asked that
company remain ior a social time.
The meeting promises to be one of
groat interest and It is hoped that
some new meas lor tne worK ana ser-
"ce iu inspire me iocbi uiuuu u
OFFICIATED AT MARRIAGE.
REV. N. J. FORSBERG, PASTOR OF
the Zion Lutheran churcn, Monday
evening officiated at the marriage of
Miss Hilda Berg and Rev. C. G. Erick
son, both of South Bend. The mar
riage was solemnized at the Gloria
Dei Lutheran church in South Bend,
Rev. Mr. Forsberg having formerly
been pastor there. Miss Berg was a
worker in the church at that tima
and was confirmed by Rev. Mr. Fors-
berg. Lately she has been teaching
in Minneapolis. Rev. Mr. Erick6on is
the present pastor of the church,
JOLLY 13 CLUB
THE JOLLY 13 CARD CLUB MET !
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
rr 1- r-uo f rinm,.:
ere played at three tables and the''? erecting a gravity hopper ou me,eases than is polluted water. Scarlet
. . rivor Vinnl.- at the fnrit nf VinabAAl.tri .. 11. l .1 : . . - . . .
members winning prizes were iurs.
Carl Wellnitz, Mrs. Charles Hintz and
Mrs. Otto Adams.
The hostess served j
the dining room,
seating all her guests at a long table
prettily decorated with bouquets of
carnations and ferns. The meeting
was the last of the club series of par-!
ties, which have proved so enjoyable
that the members, with the exception
of two, have decided to continue the
meetings. In two weeks. Mrs. Ollie
Muench of Moline will entertain.
CHARLES I. SALTER AND MISS
Rose L. Arterburn, both of Moline,
were united in marriage Tuesday even
ing at 7 o'clock at the parsonage of
the First Methodist church. Rev. J.
E. Connor performing the ceremony.
The father of the bridegroom, W. I.
Salter, attended the bridal couple. Mr.
Salter is a carpenter by trade and he
and his bride will make Moline their
COURTESY FOR VISITOR.
MIs-S GLADYS M'NAMARA EN
tertained a company of young people
Monday evening at her home, 1005
Twentieth street, as a courtesy to
Miss Gordon of Cincinnati. Ohio, who
is visiting at the home of Mrs. Joseph
McCrory. Four tables were set for
500. which was the evening diversion.
Refreshments were eujoyed at the
close of the games.
TRINITY 500 CLUB.
MRS. f " KIN, AT HER HOME
in Davet.. vrsterday afternoon en
tertained Tri-City 500 club. Three
tables of the game were played with
the prizes going to Mrs. Myer Levi of
this citv, and Mrs. Sol Hirscn cf Mo
line. Mrs. Emil Rothschild of Atlau-
tic, Ioa, was on out of town guest,
The games were fo'. lowed by lunch.
Mrs. L. Rosenstein of Moline will be
the hostess in two weeks.
TRINITY GUILD SEWS.
THE WEEKLY MEETING OF
Trinity guild of Trinity Episcopal
church was held yesterday afternoon
wi'h Mrs. R. W. Fharpe, 905 Nine
teenth street. Aside from routine mat
ter, no important business was Vrsns-l
acted end the afternoon was devoted
to sewing end the hostess served,
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
t:;e First Baptist church will hold an
all day tewing meeting at the church
T'uai an overwhelming sentiment ic i
favcr of direct representation on the j
beard cf directors of Augustana coi- j
ge exists an cut he alumni of th-3
i Institution has jdeveloped from the
' referendum vote which is now being!
; taken of ail graduates of the college. !
in, i A ,he for K1 '.
ere in favor tf the aluwni electing
j tvo direct representatives cn the
I DOard, while only three have expressed I
-,ro. -r A . r,!QTl
In addition to these, all facury mem
bers cf Augustana college who are
graduates of the institution are unani
mously in favor of the plan. I. M.
j Anderson, former professor in Greek
at Augustana. is another enthusiast.
' for representation,
j With the backing thug far received.
itfc committee in charge of present-j
:ng a memorial to the synod feels
greatly encouraged to push the mat
ter with vijror. The committee is j
composed of Grant Hu.tberg. 1. M. An- ;
derson, C. A. Blomgren and C. L. i
The local Tri-Citv Alumni assoela- 1
ticn will meet In the a'.umnl room of ,
Denlcmann memorial librarv Friday I
evening for an informal supper and !
business meeting. Several ouestions I
of importance wln be considered. !n-
1 eluding the work of raising the local '
association's share of the alumni acne!
THREE WILLS ARE
PLACED ON RECORD
.. :) u. o.
Joseph H. Chandler of South Rock Is-
lard leaves one-third of his estate
to his widow and the remaining two-
thirds is to be divided among the!
is to be divided among
four surviving children: George, Mrs.
May Ottev. Mrs. Jennie Stanlev and
tciward P. Fred Appelqutst is named
executor and the will was drawn Nov.
05, 1412. 1
August De Meyer of East Moline !
leaves hjs all ,0 hig ,.Wow Celes:ina 1
De Meyer, who is also named execu-
trtx. The instrument was drawn Feb.
Henry Wendt of Rock Island leaves
the bulk of his estate to two daughters, j
Sophia and Emma, and gives to each
of three others, August, Mrs. Eliza
Mueller and Mrs. Caroline Lage, the
sum of $25. The da'.e of the wi 1 is
Oct. 29, 1912.
Five government boats are at Sil
ver Lake for the purpose of being
overhauled before leaving April 15 for
La Crosse, Wis., where the channel
is being widened to Minneapolis. The
b0Bt8 here are th,e Grace. Rulh- EIean"
or- A"e ,a , ,
The Rock Island Sand & Gravel Co.
street. It is being bui.t of mef.! m d j
l-Uk A SPECIFIC
FOR STOMACH ILLS
Manv nennle trpat their house rini?s
and other things in which they are
interested with more thoughifulness
than their stomachs
We take precautions against fire and
other damage to property, but what
care or thought do we give our bod
ies? Almost none! Somehow we have
an idea that our mortal irame win
stand any abuse heaped upon it, so
we go on tormenting it until it be
comes defiant and rebels. i
A little fire bell in the system al
ways rings to sound the warning. We
have an ache, pain, a bad taste iu the
mouth, or something out of the ordi-;
nary. What is the cause? Just this !
been eating too much, too fast, or '
something that the overloaded and
tired digestive organs refuse to han
dle in the natural way.
Be prepared for these warnings. !
Mi-o-na Tablets are a specific for
stomach ills. Get a box today alwas
keep them in the house carry them
when traveling lake them at the lirst
warning of stomach distress. '
If you have that uncomfortable feel
ing of fullness, if your stomach is up
set, tongue coated, head aches, you
feci dizzy at times aud are irritable
and depressed, beware you are warn
ed that the stomach and digestive or
gans are in rebellion. Do not delay.
'Ike Mi-o-na at once immediate re
lief is certain.
Remember if not benefited Mi-o-na
costs nothing always sold on money;
l.pck plan at the Thomas Drug com
pany tud druggists everywhere, 50 ,
cents a large box. (Adv.)
Nearly all defects of the eyes
' are really physical defects in
the curvature of the eye-ball.
The crygtaliue lenB of tbe eye
j is elastic and is supplied with
' muscles w hieh force it into
proper curvature in the act of
forming images on the retina. :
OUR GLASSES j
relieve the muscular strain by
directing the rays to the proper
With the strain relieved. Na
ture is free to restore the eyes
to health and strength.
1702 Second Avenue.
Used Cars at Bargain
Wood Electric Coupe Batter
ies and car in first class con
dition. Midland 1511 model, fore-doors,
new top, Jiffy side curtains,
and seat covers, fully equip
ped. E. M. F. Five pass, fully equip
ped, top. windshield and
Rec Two cylinder, fully equip
ped. Yeggy-Don Sales Co. B
The dirt tn milk
!DumDer of bacteria
per cubic centi-
1 meter (the cubic centimeter equals K
jdrops or about half a thimbleful, and!
ilhe din- 6s into the milk in the first j
I aOAA tViciM.nh 4Vi.a eialACQ m At Vi rwl a '
.... ... , ;.
cows and stab!e6 were not clean. Nei-': would turn sour within a few hours af
ther were the milkers nor the utens Is ' ter delivery. After striving in vain to
I In which the milk was drawn and remedy this state of things, a renown
! strained. Particles of cattle feed, of ed scientist was sent for. He care-
wood, of clothing, files and other in-1
sects and cow's hairs are found in the i
strainers through which this dirty milk i
It is in the dirt that, the danger lies,
when this milk is not at once brought
down to a very low temperature, for
warm milk Is an ideal field for the
growth of the bacteria. Even clean
raiik may develop numbers of bacteria
if it is not properly cooled and kept
cool. The growth of bacteria increases
rapidly after milking; that is why our
clean da!ries cool the milk Instantly,
and pack it In Ice to prevent this bac
BUY OVI.Y CLEAN MILK.
It will be seen by these facts why
the housewife should buy a clean milk
first, and then why she should keep it
clean and cold once it has reached
her home. A clean grade of milk,
kDown as "certified milk," has been
kept on ice sweet for 45 days. (Dr.
Dirty milk is a greater carrier of dis-
ic.cr, uipnuiena, typnoia lever ana
tuberculosis are among the milk-borne
. i diseases to which the consumer is lia
ble if the milk supply is infected. Bob
jton and Cambridge, Mass., had an out
break of scarlet fever a few years ago,
the source of which was difficult to i the milk supply, for the consuniimr puti
; trace until the board of health found lie is, after all, the important force.
; that it broke out iu Cambridge a little An educated, enlightened public de-
earlier than in Boston. Further in-
stigatlon revealed the fact that the
'tas,ler , of ,he mllk at tbe receiving
station in Cambridge had been away
for a ,ime and his P,acP ,ake hV an"
ether man in whose familv there was
:i case of scarlet fever. When it is
will he 100 feet in length and 12
feet in width.
The hopper will have four compart
ments, for sand, stone, grovel and coal.
It will supplied with 18 gates, four
feet apart and wagons will br- loaded
Report of the condition of
Rock Island Savings Bank
Located Rork Island, State cf Illinois, before the commencement of
business nr. t lie fifth day of April, I'M?,, ss made to the auditor of,
public a'-counis of the State of Illinois, pursuant t" law.
Ioai s (ln real es'ate $2,477.07.1 0
L'KiMs on collateral security 57,? '"".oo
Other lo:-ns and discounts 101.SHS.5i f 2,6:17,475.70
State, county and municipal bonis 28.550.00
Public service corporation bends 40.i00.ui)
Otr.cr bonds and securities 31,000.00 9i,Fo0.00
M ; S( ' K LI. A N F.O L'S R KSO L'RCKS :
Ffat.lcir.p house 03,055.20
DI K FROM BANKS:
Stat.? 294,1)90. 00
National ' S.'i,lS7.:"t 388,177.23
CASH ON HAND:
fiold coin 2fi,t;0.u'i
Silver coin 4.285.20
Minor coin 205.30 65,4?3.50
OTHKR CASH RESOI'RCF.S:
I'.yehaiges fir e'earing bouse 12,l1i.7S 12,342.57
Checks and oth"r cash items H,!r3).'i?
TOTAL RESOURCES 3,2'JG,S18.05
CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN $ 200,000.00
S1RPLIS FUND 100,000.00
Iess current interest, expenses and taxes
DEPOSITS: -!' .
Tinio certificates 270.54.99
Savinss, subject to notice 2.?,r.8,613.fT2
Demand, subject to c heck 148.798.38
Certified checks 295.50
Cashier's checks 11,528.05 2,829,780.72
DTK TO HANKS, including certificates of deposit.
fist.' 2,243.51 2,248.91
M I S C E L J , A N K 0 1" S LIABILITIES:
Reserved for taxes and interest .12. 0S6. 97 22,088.97
TOTAL LIARILITIES 3.296,318.05
I. A. .1. Lindstrom. cashier of the Reck Island Sfvings bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and be.-
A. .1. LIND3TROM, Cashier.
Stat cf Illinois. County of Rock Island, ss: Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this Sth day of Apr:!, 1913. IRVI.N J. GREEN, Notary Public.
FREE TO THE
When you are cleaning houe then is the time to have the Elec
trical Wiring installed for the reason that it can be done much
cheaper at that time. Think this over and call West 1356 and we
will give you an estimate on the same free of cost.
ILLINOIS CONTRACTING ELECTRIC CO.
308 Twentieth street.
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known that the method of "tastinc;"
i the milk employed by this man was t.i
dip the spoon into the can and then
put it to his mouth, then put the sam
spoon into the next can. it will be seen
how certain was the infection of every
can of milk passed on by him.
TRM-R niKF. TO rADDI.E.
From n model farm in Connecticut,
where thousands of dollars had been
speut upon the latest appliances, the
milk was sent, to the surrounding
towns. Much to the owner's surprise
and disgust, in spite of his finely bred
cows and elaborate care given them,
complaints were frequent as to the un-
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fully inspected the row sheds, water
supply and all the dairy appliances,
questioning closely as to the care each
received. "Were the tins scalded each
'day?" etc. Finally a wooden paddle.
used for stirring the milk in order to
hasten the process of cooling after be
ing drawn from the cows, was exam
ined microscopically, and there was
found the primary cause of all the
trouble, as it was literally swarming
with bacteria. Of course the warm
milk was at once Inoculated, so to
speak. When the paddle, too, was sub
jected to a daily bath in boiling water,
all complaints ceased.
How careful are many housewives
that their milk, fish, butter and other
easily tainted foods are kept from con
tamination In the ice chest! But. it's
like the tardily locked stable door so
far as milk is concerned, in many
cases, for too often in the past has it
come to the consumer unfit for use be
cause of the uncleanly surroundings
previous to Its delivery.
COXSl'MER IS IX CONTROL
First, last and always it is the con
sumer that controls the production.
The fact is not always recognized. In
the various milk conferenees held, the
voice of the consumer is seldom heard.
If it were heard, It might be better for
mandine clean, safe milk would be a
power for the improvement of the milk
supply. Legislation, whether It Is
state, federal or municipal, can never
! be ful'y ' unless there is bark
; of it an enlightened public sentiment
demanding its enforcement.
from the hopper by releasing the
gates. The hopper is to be filled by
means of a locomotive crane which
the company owns and which wifi
be used in taking material from barges
or from cars.
LADIES OF THE HOUSE
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.