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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913,
perintendenL; Cbriztia& Endeavor at
5:45. Evening service at 7:30.
United Presbyterian, Third anue
sixth of the "Sunday ETentcgs With
Christ, with the special subject, "In
stituting the Lord's Supper."
Edgewood Baptist, corner forty
fourth street and Fifth avenue. Rev.
C. E. Taylor, LU v.. acting pastor.
Sunday school at 9: IS. Young Peo
ple's meeting at 6:30 p. m.-" Services
at 10:4c a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Rally Sunday will be observed. The
j morning theme is "The Joy-of the!
James, 3rd Chapter verses 11 to 18.
Doth a fountain send forth at the
same place sweet water and bitter?
Can the fig tree, my bre'hren, bearnd 7:45 p. m.
olive berries? either a vine, figs?
can no fountain both yield sa:t water
anil VnurtMitth .tr. - Cn J. Liioe "fumS- luetneinei une 1111115
Vance, pastor. Bible school at 9:30 Necessary to Successful Life."
a. m. Young People's Christian union I Swedish Baptist, corner Twenty first
at 6:30 p. m. Services at 10:45 v m. i tret and .. Sunday school
I at 10 a. m. Freacning at 11 a. m. by
I Rev. J. A. Carlson. Young People's
LUTHERAN meeting at 5 p. m. alternate Sundays.
Mciviniey Baptist jeoicreai, renin
street and S'sth avenue. Rev. J. AY.
I Whitfield, paster. Sunday school at
:3d a. ra. Services at 11 a. m. and
w. b Mcintyre wm speak in jjjj.gg Day Religions Gathering
Under Y. M. C. A. Auspices
Has Been' Success .
Zlon Swedish Lutheran. Forty-fifth !
street and Seventh avenue. Rev. X. J. I
Who Is a wise man and endued with j Forsberg pastor. Sunday school at
knowledge 'among you? let him shew j 8:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 r m.
out of a good conversation his works j and P- m.
ifh meekness of wisdom. j German Evangelical, corner Twelfth
But if ye have bitter envying and street and Twelfth avenue. Rev. F.
trife in your heart, glory not, and lie i J. Ro". pastor. Services af 10:45 a.
not agains the truth. i m- i 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
This wisdom descendeth not from
p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.
above, bat is earthly, sensual, devilish.
For where envying and strife la,
there is confusion and every evil
But the wisdom that is from above
is first pure, thn peaceable, gentle,
and easy to be entreated, full of mercy
and gocd fruits, without partiality, and
9:30 a. m. and
2 p. m.
Ftrsv Church of Christ. Scientist,
835 Twenty-third street. Sunday ser
vice at 10:45 a. in. Subject of
vice at 10!45 m Snhipct of Ips-
corner j firvAriact;n t.i.Kman wa
Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue, i . f .
. x.. . , nesday evening testimonial meeting at
Rev. Karl Nelson, pastor. Services ail-... .. , . , .
.-n m , i.Zn ,i:4o. The church maintains a free read-
10:30 a. m. ana 7.30 p. m.. . . , , . ,
Grace English Lutheran, conier 'J, I . w"""l,ow DM.K
and Forty-fourth a'' 's p . Tf
u j nuu A.--yv u. iu. io 9 p. m. anu
MEN AND BOYS BANQUET
Fine Spread Enjoyed at Broadway
Presbyterian Church Excel
lent Address Given.
street. Rev. Ira O. -N'oUistein. pastor.
"The Challenge of the Friendship of
Jesus" is the striking title announced
by Fred S. Goodman of New York, ':r
his address to men at the First M. E.
church Sucday afternon at 3:30. The
men of Rock Island should not fail to
hear him in this presentation. The
meeting is open to all men. and the
invitation Is being spread as widely
as possible. This will be Mr. Good
man's last public addresr. on the pro-
great interest being shown in all the
EPWORTH LEAGUE GIVES
SERVICE AT M.E. CHURCH
The following program will be given
by the Epworth league of the German
Methodist church to take the place of
the evening service Sunday at 7:30:
Prelude Mrs. Anna Falk.
Devotional Mrs. H. J. Kettelkamp.
Song by choir.
Declamation Miss Pauline Trenken
schuh. Reading Max Falk.
Song by the choir.
Essay Rev. K. J. Kettelkamp.
Solo Trwin Schult.
Reading-Miss Marie Huss.
'Paper Emil Hilmcr.
Song by choir. ;
Offering, announcements, doxoTogy
And the fruit of righteousness Is
I - everv Saturdav rpnire from a
Sunday school at :!,.. m. Services A iiterature 0B;gram of the "United Training Confer-
of l it a q tvi n n n . at n m r & ri . w a e
" t, , . ; '.w , . 1 Christian Science may be read o
S. Goodman, secretary of the
peace or them that make '"" " ' . ;
I w ill ppfak at 7:4 on the theme, "The
j Bible Daily Life." . Pastor's morning
theme, "True Raintship." Special
music at both services.
German Lutheran, corner Twentieth
sireet and Fifth avenue. Rev. Ph. W1V
helm, pastor. Services at 10 a. m..
and 7:30 p. m.
ILLINOIS TO MEET
Forty-fifth Annual Convention
of State Association at Pe
oria Coming Week.
Trinity Episcopal church,
tecnth street and Sixth avenue.
Granville H. Sherwood, rector.
IcfS at 7:30 a. m. and 10:45
and 7:3M p. in. Sunday school at 9:30
Memorial Chr'.bt;an, correr Third
aveuue and Fifteenth street. Kev.
U. E. Chatley. pastor. Sunday
fccliool at 9:30 a. in. Senior and In
termediate ClTiKtlan Endeavor at 6:30
p m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
Second Christian, corner Slith street
and Thirteenth avenub. W. B. Stine.
pastor. Bible school at 9:30. Eerv
let nt 1 ' : 1 r. . ni. and 7:30 p. m.
Fifteenth Avenue Christian, corner
Fifteenth avenue and Thirty-firth
Htre't. Rpv. Mott Sawyer, acting pas
tor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Dr.
J. H. ficho!ds. superintpndent. Sr-ict-s
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Central Presbytenua, corner of
Fourteent'a street and Tenth avenue,
.bunday school at 9:15 a. m. Christian
Endeavor at 0:30 p.m. Services nt 10:4i
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. V. S. Marquis, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:15 a. m. Young Peo
ple'H meeting at 6:30 p. in. Services
Ht 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Fred
S. Goodman will ttpeak at 10:45. A
congregational meeting, which will be
moderated by Rev. W. G. Oglevee, ill
follow the service and act on the res
ignation of Dr. Marquis, presented lat
Sunday. Evening theme. "Pleasing
South Park Presbyterian, corner of
Thirtieth street and Fifteenth ave
nue. Rev. W. Q Oglevee, ;astor. Sun
flay school at 9:30. Young People's
hociety at 6: 45 p. m. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Aiken street chapel Aiken s'reet.
South Rock Island. Sunday school at
Z:30 p. m. J. H. Cleland, superin
tendent emeritus. A. V. Coulter, su-
First Methodist, corner Fifth
Rev. J F. Lockccv. rector. Masiea at i true ana smpaineuc mend ot the;
S:15 and 10:30. Catechism at 2 p. m. ! DO's. will speak to a meetirg of older
Vespers and benediction at 3 p. m. ev
ery Sunday and holy day.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic, corner
Peoria, 111., Xov. 1. IUinois suffra-
or Dur. I ence tor Men-
ai inree ocioci fucaar aitprnoon
Mr. Whitmore. who lias been winning i Bists' victorious in tneir fight for the
catholic. tne entnusiasiic praise ot all who have ; ullol Ei"er nere next, weea to
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic j bearcl c,m during the past three days, ' discuss the problems now confronting
Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avenue. nd who has 6ho'n himself to be a!them. Tne mecting will be the 45th
annual convention of the Illinois Equal
! bovs at the Y. M. C. A. on th suhiprt. "nrage association and the first
"Was Solomon a Wise Man?" Mr.
Whitmore has already been heard by
cf Fourth avenue and Twenty second ' many boys in the city, ard it is safe
Is The Enemy of Progress
Eliminate all chance of losing your
money by unwise investment or of
not having a good income in the later
years of life by placing part of your
income now in this strong bank at
4o compounded semi-annually.
Make Our Bank Your Bank
K. E. CASTEEL, President. M. S. HEAGY, Vice Pres. II. B. Simnicu, Cash.
Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street. v
rtreL Father Adolph Geyer. pastor.
ave- Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
cue and Nineteenth street Rev. T. E.
Kewland. pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a.m. Epworth league at 6:30
p. m. Services at 10:45 a m. and 7:30
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. W. H. Tope, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Epwortn
league at G:::0 p. m. Services at 10:43'
a. m. and :;to p. m. Subject morn-!
lng service. "The Prayer That Teaches WEST END SETTLEMENT
to Pray." Evening subject. "Ureal west End Sunday school, 700 Filth
s,m.A I . T U.. 1 .. . 1
euu liic louriiiBtir. a bpeciai IUUK1- ! atrpot Snnrtav srhne at 2-3n T m
St. JosepL s itOf'an Catholic, corner
Second ave.-.H ; anJ j-ourteeutli street.
Dean J. J. Quinn, rector; Rev. Wil
liam Graham, assistant. Masses at
7:30. 8:30. 9:30 and 10:30 a. m. Sun-,
day school at 10 o'clock.
St. Paul's Belgian CathuHc. Twenty
fourth street and Eighth-and-a-half ave
nue. Father Vou Stappen, rector.
Mass at b a. m.
cal program will be rendered by the
Epworth league at 6:30 p. m.
German JletliodUl, comer Four
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Henry Kettlekamp, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Junior league at
6:30 p. m. Services t 10:30 a. m. !
and 7:30 p. m.
Free Methodist. Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street, Rev. C. S. Huston,
pastor. Sunday school at 9: -15 a. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Love feast at 6:45 p. m. Class meet
ing Tuesday evening and prayer meet
ing Thursday evening.
Milan Methodist church. Rev. Alfred
Dixon, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45
a. ra. Epworth league at 6.45 p. m.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Wayman African M. E. (colored),
corner Fiftb-anda-half avenue andThir
teenti street. W. H. Saunders, pastor.
Responsive reading at 10 a. m. Ser
mon at 11 a. m. Sunday school at
1:30 p. m.
First Baptist corner Third avenue
and Fifteenth street. Rev. H. W.
Reed, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Serv-
j ices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning theme. "Echoes from the Y.
M. C. A. Conference." Evening the
Prnycr meeting Wednesday evening a:
7:30. W. E. Barker, superintendent.
LATTER DAY SAINTS
Church of Jetus Christ, Latter Day
Salrts (Utah Mormons). At Math's
hall. Sunday rchool at 2 p. m. Preach
ing service at 3:14 p. m. J. C. Scholtei
First Christian Spirits Church Ser
vices every Sunday night at 7:45, at
Odd Fellows hall. Fifth and Brady
streets, Davenport. Mrs. Julia
Alfred, minister. Message meetings
every Thursday afternoci. at 2 o'cloca
at the home of Mrs. Julia Alfred, 14
West Sixteenth street, Davenport.
Church of the Brethren Services
nt the Grenell schoolhouEe. First
street. East Moline, at 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
T WEN T Y-F J VE YEARS AGO
From The Argus Fi'es of 1888 -
to predict that most of them will want
to hear him again in this farewell talk
tomorrow afternoon. Boys 14 years of
age and older are. expected to attend
This age limtt includes the boys who
have comprised the B. G. M. organiza-j
.u fw-cv cuu iuwc o- I en Dy women
pecially urged to crme to the meeting. J franchise.
sunaay Drings to a close the three i
days' training conference which has I
been successfully promoted by the lo-1
cal Y. M. C. A. Mr. Goodman will speak
at Broadway Presbyterian church at
the morning service, and Mr. Whit
more will speak at the same time at
the First M. E. church. The meetings
for men and boys In the afternoon will
bring the series to its end.
ME BM'EHTAIV l.l B.
A splendid crowd of men gathered
last night at Broadway church to hear
the addresses by Mr. Goodman and
Mr. Whitmore. Practically all; the
crurcbes and men's clubs of the city
were represented in the meeting. Sup
per was put on in the accustomed hos
pitable fashion of the Eroadway Men's
club at 6:45. and an hour of delightful
fel'owship was enjoyed. Then, H. B.
Hayden, president -of the club; intro
duced Mr. Goodman as the first speak
er of the evening. .
Mr. Goodman's address was a strong
appeal for men -to make their religion
a matter of serious, everyday living
to carry their religion into their busi
ness to acquaint themselves with the !
since the passage of the woman suff
Some of the subjects to be consid
er: 1 are as follows:
The responsibility of the elective
The machinery of practical politics.
Organization for the efficient use of
Tii;; iiov.pi- and responsibility acquir-
through the elective
The civic obligations of the women
Tlie relution n legislative power to
social and ecoii' nic problems.
T'ac rtlaiion .f tht vote to evervday
Political parties and platforms.
Nominating, campaign and election
Political . machines and bosses and
remedies for -legislative evils.
In the call for the convention, of
ficers of the association voice the fol-
lowing admonition to the delegates:
. "Come filled w'th enthusiasm to
pip" for a great campaign cf state co
oreratlve work. The immediate suc
cess of those seeking equal suffrage
iu our sister states and the winng qf chapel door at Wittenberg, was celo-
our own full enfranchisement will de-j brated yesterday at Augustana with
pcnd I:."cly upon the record Illinois i fitting eserclnes. The afternoon ai
Martin Luther's 396th Anniver
sary Occasion of Ceremonies
CHICAG0AN IS SPEAKER
Rev. G. K. Stark Tells of Interesting'
Life, Giving Illustrations With
Reforuiati6n day, the 3!i6th anniver
sary of the day when Martin Luther
'nailed his famous 95 theses on the
shovel. The dirt began to fly. With
a brawny student at work at an inter
val of every two feet the road soon
began to assume distinct proportions,
and within an hour and a half it was
practically completed. A coat of cin
ders will afterwards bo laid on the su.
face. The road is htid out in a ueao-
tiful manner and winds gracefully ,yp
and between the trees .pt
MRS. WALSH TO WED
BARRETT IS REPORT
sodation Math's hall.
women make in the use of the ballot.
We niUFt plan to register the highest
lercenlat! of women voting-recorded
in suffrage history. We must plan to
effect ard enforce legislation of jus-
The general topic of discussion will
observed as a half holiday. Dr. N. For
sander lecturing at 4 o'clock beforu
the Concordia society in the Denk
mann Memorial library. In the even
ing Rev. G. K. Stark of Chicago lec
tured in the chapel on "The Land of
trations. gathered from his long and lte same number of alternates are ex
avenue, Services at 10:30 a. m. W. L. j varied experience,-and impressed his j pec.ted t0 a,tend-
Leffler of Kewanee will give a dis
course on "Thy Kingdom Come on
Oct. 29 The Josephine ent north) posing of all property in Rock Island,
tills morning, the last packet up (the committee regards It of much
value, as indicating the worth of their
democrats in Scott cownty, a grand
torch light procession with an Indus-
stream this season.
The Rock Island & Milan Street i undertaking. The building fund is
Railway Co. will run 7, 8 and 10 o'clock jnow within a few dollars of $13,000,
cars to Milan this evening and plans and canvass are being
! pushed as rapidly as can be.
Oct 30-C. F. Gaetjer has returned J T,I democratic county committee
from a hunting expedition in the vicio jacro8S the riTer 18 Tnging as a pre
ity of Swan lake liminary to the election of Cleveland,
Tk .r...W r..IMinr fnr.-. nf ,,,,,'""". .u ,w m.n
Moline and Rock Island line of the I
. a . n,VJ V i,r,a! dlf'I1y cabined on next Satur-
tIMrd stree . coming e.t. extendg
A Rock Inland man toda otd to a lnvU,tion to aI, RocW Island
luirses at actual cash value, to be
paid for hen Cleveland is elected
The Y. M. C. A. building committee
received a cheok for J100 today. While
they ha many subscriptions to the
building fund equal to and greater
than this, yet coming as it does from
a non-resident, and one who is dis-
LODGE TO HAVE
Forty-third Anniversary of Ma
sonic Body Will Be
Luther and the Reformation."
-.r.K ! tnui ,, I be "The Responsibility and Use of the : Kev. Mr. Stark, who recently re
forced his remarks with abundant ilus-1 'I31101' 1 nree """"area aeiegates ana turned from a trip to Germany, uius-1
trated his lecture wltn stereopr.cou
views, giving graphic descriptions of
the various places associated with the
life of Luther. Rev. Mr. Stark's pres
entation of the lifj of the great re
former was one of the best that has
been heard here, and the excellent col
lection of pictures he exhibited added
much in making his address strikingly
"The six great points in Luther's
protest," said Rev. Stark, "were these, j
aooiiiion oi monasiic:sm, auouuon oi
celibacy of the priests, the use of the j
democrats to attend either on foot, on
horseback, bicycle, carriage, wagon,
omnibus or any other vehicle, with or
without uniform. Arrangements have
Members of Rock Ifland lodge No.
658 A. F. & A. M., are booking forward
with much pleasure to a social session
! which is to be held Monday evening
in honor of the 43rd anniversary of the
institution of the lodge.
The affair is to be held at 8 o'clock
and is to be a strictly s'ag event.
Members of the lodge will be privil
eged to invite their men friends.
An informal program of entertainment
will be carried out followed by refreshments.
hearers profoundly. - "'ieu mates oenaior Lawrence v.
Mr. Whitmore followed in a talk on ! Sherman, Lieutenant Governor Barratt
the Y. M. O. A. as r.n inter-church O Hara and William McKinley, speak
force. dealing especially with the needs , er of the 8tate house of representatives
of the bovs who are hard to hold in are expected to be among the men
church. He appealed for adult leaders speakers. Leading suffragists of II
who will give themselves to the work ' "nois among them Miss Jane Ad
of helping the boys to find their work : dams also will address the sathering.
and their nlace in the church, and re-1 Tnp opening session will be held
lated things which have come under ov-
accomplished by determiration.
The banquet for boys was held early
in the evening at the First Baotist
church, where the ladies fffered a fine WorU comes from New York that
spread for the young men, to which ! Simon Goldburg, erstwhile Rock Is
the fullest justice was done. Dr. II. W. j lan1 constable and republican poli
Reed presided at this meeting, and ,lc'an. is flourishing in the metropolis
Mr. Whitmore gave one of his char-; ot the nation in a manner that wou d
acterisfic addresses to the boys them- i make his former political associates
selves. ! here green with envy. He owns a
, , j H.,.,.r.., i. 1.1. 1 "-". '
l uis morning auu an ei noon, tne reg-1 "i ":i vi iov j,usnan(j aD(j
ular program was carried out, with oox ai me opera, ana lives in a nrswn
Rally Day at Edge wood.
A rally day service wiU be held
been made for the transportation of f ,. , ... ,, .
all r 1. i . , . . . . ' i u i iuc vwuo ui ail lua IC1 TIUC3.
ivii ibui.. miuu tium urarin lorcxies F
free on the ferry over and back, and'
the boat will -make trips until the
demonstration is over. A great many
New 5-Room Bungalow
For Sale Easy Terms
Tile construction, furnace, elec
tric lights, modern plumbing.
Situated on the hill in the Wood
lawn addition which, on account
of the building restrictions and
Its location in the rapidly grow
ing, most popular residential
section of the city. Is positively
the best investment to be had
in real estate.
WHY do you pay rent when
the same monthly payment
avuld. each month. Increase
your equity in a place of your
own. besides giving you the ben
efit of the increasing value of
Rock Island real estate?
Building Lota on Easy Terms
J. G. Woodbury
2506 Nineteenth Ave.
Telephone R. I. 2110.
Telephone and make an ap
pointment to talk this over and
get further Information.
will go over from Rock Island.
Nov. 1 The rising generation play
ed havoc with gates, sidewalks and
street crossings In the lower end of
town last night, celebrating Hallow
e'en like young savages.
The new Frank Orff directory of
Rock Island and Moline contains 5,589
names for Rock Island. 4.457 for
Milan. Using the multiple three, it
makes the estimated population of
Rock Island 17.194 to 13,371 for Moline
or 10 per cent larger.
A new dough mixer at Christy'
cracker bakery is exciting the curios
ity of the bakers in this vicinity. It
is a mammoth concern that holds
The Sunday school at 8:45. the Young
i People's union at 6:30 and the preach
ing services at 10:45 and 7:30. A
quartet from the choir of the First
Baptist church of Moline will assist
in the morning service and will render
selections. At the evening service W.
jB. Mclntyre will take part giving one
of his inspiring talks. Vocal selec
tions will be rendered by Carl Taylor.
Service at Central Church.
Rev. W. J. Suckow of Davenport will
preach at Central Presbyterian church
at the hour of both the morning and
ON CHILD'S FACE
Kept Scratching Until Cheeks Fiery
Red. Skin Cracked and Scaly.
Itched and Burned. .Used Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment. Ni
Return of Trouble.
'I-M fl AY nt n MCAf YflBtf ! vernacular language in public wor
' ni luiirx i sbip, reading of the bible In the tongue
of the people, the administration of
the wine to the laity at the commun
ion, education of the common people
Luther, the speaker said, was a
happy man. He prayed much and snng
much. He was a family man a good
kind father and bis
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.j . u i 1 1 vii i "i.. j ti j v mi u r C' i Dili o , , .. . . , , ,
, . . . ... closing his address, the sppaker sai'l
m inn iiuftijsiu.
To top I: all he has been urgentlv
and repeatedly invited to join Tam
many hall, but up to date he was still
co the other side of the fence and no
t-mali figure in politics at that. Simon
fays he would not come back west on
I a bet.
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C H Aft w W V-VX
Thomas F. Walsh
"In every civilized land, though j
ueau, Lui'ier lives :n ine iiiuugnis, in i
the liberties, in the best life of the I
people, while many of the greaf iiams i Thc r,.Dort s current in Washing
will be forgotten, the name of Martin tn :jr.i,.K that .fohn liarrett. dircc
Luther will gather increasing luster ; (or 0f ,iie ,ur(.au of Iitlii -American
and all the world, set free by the ' republic.. ill soon m?rry Mrs. Thoi-
strokes of his hammer, will increasing- as I". Walsh, widow of the multl
j ly do his memory honor."
II i Dr. Forsander's lecture lr
millionaire 'f'oloradii nilne owner ami
Beautiful Hair, a Joy Forever.
II you have a beautiful head of hair:
tee scalp clean, promotes a hpatthv
bix barrels of flour and mixes it Into j growth of beautiful hair, and keeps
dough in eight minutes. It is operated jit soft and lustrous. Try it. Harper
by machinery and works op the prin- House Pharmacy and H. O. Rolfs, dia.
clple of a revolving churn. Mr. Christy pensory chemist, sole agents. (Adv.)
sim nBB on., ie ni. I ia maihs. i.m
SmllbvlUe. Ind. "6ix month aio oat
baby sir!, one jrrar oid. had a few red ptai
plr coae on her face whicb graduaily spread
causing her fare to become very irritate-
and a fiery red color. The pimples on tlio
child's face were at first small watery
Wiatm iiut a m 11 blou-ll on thfl ftlfin. Ain
kep acratchlnc at this until ia a few day j Laundry. Reid &
her whole cheeks were fiery red color and
instead of the little blisters tbe akin was
cracked and scaly lookta and seemed to
itch and burn very moco.
TV aged a number of remedies which
seemed to give relief for a short time tben
lea-re nr face worse thaa ever. Finally we
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For express, call William Trefz.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Independent Express Co. West 381
We are the leaders for good laundry '
work. Shirts, collars and suirtwaUts
nfore the t mother of Mrs. Kdward McLean. .Mrti.
Concordia society was an able and j Walsh, who has the fliinst home In
scholarly comparison between the j Washington, is now visiting the Pan
Apostle Paul and Luther. The strong ama canal with Secretary Oarrison'a
similarity between tbe two characters ' parly.
was strikingly brought out by thci
TO TKI.I. OF ( DM l-:N'l IO.
Dr. C. C. Hopkirk of Chicago, one!
of the leaders of the Student Yoluri-;
a specialty. Family wash rough .lry.iter n,ovemfBt. wi" BP8k Mo' lh"j
We iron all the flat pieces, 6 cents per! Auna Foreign Mission society,
Give up a trial. City Steam
to keep it. If you have nat, try ck" CMtan and a box of
tet It. Meritol Hair Tonic keeps Cuticur oint-'nt- 1 wmsbed Jf0
, , - j face with very warm water and Cuticur
;ery. It is a great labor saving ma-j The old. old story, told times with
I chine and does away with the knead- j out number, and repeated over and
1 K process. j over again for the last 36 years, but it
j Am effort i being made to bring j is alwaya a welcome s.ory to those la
the formation of a baseball : search of health There is nothing in
composed of the cities of 1 the world that cures coughs and colds
Peoria. Davecport. Dubuque. Cedar ; as quickly a Chamberlain' ough
Rapids, Builingtoc. Clintjon and j Remedy. Sold by alt druggista. (Adv.)
Keokuk. The average population of !
these cities is 30.000 and the railroad All the news aTT tt, urn Ttt
facilities are excellent. I Arg-iia.
Soap, then applied tbe Cutlcura Ointment
very bghtly. After doing this about three
times a day the itching and burning seemed
ea-jrdy gone la two days' time. laride of
two weeks' time ner face seemed weU. That
was eicht months aeo and t!ere has beeo no
return of the trouble. " (.Signed) Sirs. A. K.
Wooden. No-. 4. 1912.
" C'uUcura oap and Olntmvfit do so miirh
for poor complexions, red. rough hands, and
dry.-this and faillas hair, and cost so little,
that it is almost criminal not to tue tbem.
' Sold by deafen taroacuout the world. Liu
. eral sample of each mailed free, with 32-c.
book on toe tUn and w alp. AddreM post
card Cutlcura, Drpu T. Boston." r -
aWMea who shaTr and shampoo with Co- J
tocura oap will flad It bet fur alriii andnalp,
. 3uick Redei for Rheumatism
George W. Koons Lawton. Mict..
lays: , "Dr. Detchon'a Relie' iiy
Rheumatism has given my wife won
derful benefit for rheumatism. She
could cot lift band or foot; had to
be lifted for two m on Uis. She began
the ue of the remedy and improved
rapidly. On Monday she could not
move and on Wednesday she got dp.
dressed herself and walked out for
breakfast." Sold by Otto Grotjan.
1301 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gust Schlegel Son. 220 West Sec
ood street. Davenport. I Ad v.)
i Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The '
meeting will be hold in the college j
chapel. Dr. llopkirk will speak on the!
coming convention of tbe Student Vol-'
unteer movement, which will Le held !
in Kansas City, .Mo., from Dec. 31 to
Jan. 4. The convention will a thi
seventh international gathering and j
hundreds of delegates will attend.
Augustana will send five rt-prescnta-,
tives. . i
m:h hu biii.t.
Yesterday was road building day at ;
Augustana college. A small army of j
students, tired of wallowing through ;
the mud of the Cluebra cut on Thirty- j
eighth street, responded to a call to1
Kngagciiient Rings, daintily.
fai-hloai'd end iet with dlaiuouda t
or gems of your choice. ,
U'eddiug Silverware and Cut,;
Glasa. beautiful new creations lalt
these uares that will moke tha,
Lride rejoice. j,
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Autumn wedding gifts. n
K'n 1.1,. .A . 1. . . .w .. n
gest and advise. . -
Selection?! will be put away,
for you if you wish. , L
SWELER Second Avenvtte,
construct a "fchort cut" road on the '
Mcny schoo'. children seffer from ! south elope of Zion hill. The road
constipation, which is often the cause' had been laid out by Albin Larson and '
of seeming snpidity at lessons. Cham-j A. G. Aiiderson. constructing engi
beriain's Stomach and I.iver Tablets' neers. and the work was carried out'
are an ideal medicine to give a child, t under the direction of D. A. 'Knock1
jfer they are mild and gentle in their; and E. H. Carlson, road supervisors.;
errect, ana wi.i cure even chronic con- Old clothe were docned and each tu-'
i stipation. Sold b til druggists. ! dent ac&exred at the aoooi.-led hour. !
th a spade, a pick or a
' wnff i ii t gr
tsi ctiar Dreg Uaisf , lbs Tebacce Habit aa
Hcrreaisns. Cnr iimn wWr usTiiisliH.
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