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SATUKDAT THE ROCK ISLAND AROUSMAY 8, 1920.
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Ann I I
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ii;:el:eetto
p!l CAMPAIGN
M $1 ,800,000
latbcrui of Three Ctttet to Hear
ipttkm Froa Satioial Conn
' eU at Mollae Owreh.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
From The Argus Filet of 1895
The Lutherans of America are
joining In a united effort to relieve
! the desperate condition of their fel
low believers in the war-wrecked
countries of Europe. A relief fund
of 11,800,000 is sought to be raised
in a campaign embracing all but
one of the i8 Lutheran synods in
the United States, the work to be
done simultaneously , throughout
the country during the week of
Mar 9-16.
s Local Lutheran churches have
decided to canvass their members
each in its own field, but the cam
palgn wilt be Inaugurated witn a
mass meeting Sunday evening at
' 7:45 in the First Lutheran church
of Moline. The cause will be pre
sented by two of the 14 speakers
tent out by the National Lutheran
council to advance the campaign.
; Rev. C. P. MacLaughlin, D. D., of
Pittsburgh, and Dr. George Tay
lor Jtygh of Columbia, S. C, one of
. the Lutheran commissioners who
investigated chnrch and social con
ditions in the Lutheran lands of
Europe last year.
May 2 The Endowment Fund so-1 various churches tomorrow, it be-
ciety of Augustan college held its ing the 11th anniversary. A. M.
annual May day exercises yesterday , Bruner will conduct the men's ;
afternoon, the exercises being in meeting in association naii at a.ou
charge of the rice pi esldent, Mrs. C. ; p. m.
W. Foss. Miss Etta Setterdahl re-1 The secretary of state nas iicens-
cited Tennyson's "May Queen. ed the incorporation of tne mis
Tbree hundred children under soari-Moline Plow company at Mo-,
thn zuirlanrj. of Cantain Corliss of Line: eanital Stock $100,000; Inear
th.. Qlatinn a rm vr ngraHul ttil nAM'nn flanrpA St4t)fc
the Salvation army paraded the
streets last evening singing hymns
of the army in observance of it3
May day celebration.
George A, Montgomery, the dairy
man of this city, and Miss Jessie
Washburn of Warner, III., were
married last evening at Milan,
where theywill reside.'
The trl-city team was defeated
at Clinton yesterday by a score of
18 to 13.
George Stephens, G. A.
Rtonhens V R. Allen. S. M- tllll.
G. H. Huntoon and C. R. Stephens.
May 6 The two exhibition games
with Galesburg at Tri-City park re
sulted in a division of honors, the
visitors capturing yesterday's- and
tie locals Saturday's.
The closing meeting of the Trin
ity mission industrial school waa
held Saturday afternoon witfr a
treat of refreshments. Much has
Mav 4 The hieh school "So class been done by this society during
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entertained the teachers and senior
classes of the tri-city schools in
their assembly room last evening.
About one hundred fifty were in at
tendance. The high school teams of Rock
Island and Davenport played a
hotly contested game at Twin-City
park this morning. Davenport was
defeated by a score of 13 to 14.
The Young Men's Christian asso
ciation has full possession in the
the winter, when about eighty chil
dren were taught to sew.
May 8 The teachers of Rock Is
land, Moline and Davenport and a
number of their friends with them,
are sharpening their expectations
of a delightful journey and a good
time when they go to Denver this
summer on the excursion to .the
national teachers' convention to be
held there in July.
HAMLET
Warranty Deeds.
k- John F. Bonn and wife to Wil
! 11am F. Bohn, lot 13, block 1,
!- Sweeney & Jackson's fourth addi
, Uon, Moline, SI.
I . William F. Bohn and wife to John
I F, Bohn, part of lot 1, Sweeney &
tr Jackson's fourth addition, Moline,
I'll.
James L. Salisbury and wife to
I Alois Bonden, lot 2, block 4, Stew-
art's addition, South Moline, $1.
t Pierre De Coomaa and wife to
I . Mary Spriot, part of lot 21-22,
) block 2, John Deere's addition, Mo
I line. II.
John C. Carlberg to John Peter
A sen, undivided one-half interest in
lot 8. block 7, Silvis, 1275. "
Stephen D. Larinan to Bernard
McHanus, lot 5, block 8, East Mo-
f line, U.
b - Alexander E. Montgomery and
wife to Jacob A. Wolfley, lot 1-2,
f block 2,' R. S. Woodburn'a addition,
i Moline, 11.
Charles E. Carlson and wife to
tCarl Morlock. west 45 feet lot 1
block 7, C. Lynde's addition, Rock
i Island, $1.
I Peoples Saving Bank & Tru3t Co.,
? to F. M. Pierce, lot 283, North High
. land, Moline, $310.
i Alexander V. Griffith and wife to
I John W. Pennell, part lot 4, Mrs.
J L. N. Warner's first addition, East
4-ild4ine, $3,600.
carl c. Jonnson by neirs to Harry
Lloen, lot 11, block 1, Child's sec
ond addition, Moline, $2,600.
Quit Claim Deed.
MarySpriet to Pierre De Cooman l
and wife, part lot 21-22, block 2, i
John Deere's addition, Moline, $1. I
Hugh E. Curtis, et. al., to Tri
City Railway company, tract in
6ection 14-17-2W.
Lemie King was a business vis
itor to Moline the last of the week.
Paul Stockberger of Aledo is
working for Landon Gray.
Mrs. C. B. Halstead went to Rock
Island Wednesday to consult a
physician about her eyes.
Miss Bessie Cooper returned to
Macomb Saturday after a week's
visit with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reaber spent
Saturday night and Sunday at the
home of Otis Reaber.
Silas Turner was called to Iowa
the last of the week on account of
the serious illness of a sister.
The Misses Minnie, Bessie and
Lula Cooper entertained a party
of friends in honor of their father,
Thursday.
Lennie King's driving horse is
sick with pneumonia.
Miss Irtua Gaines of New Boston
visited with her sister, Mies Lola
Gaines, last week.
ONE YEAR AGO
American legion opened its first
national convention at St Louis.
German delegation at Versailles
forwarded peace treaty to Ber
lin.
M. Humbert. French senator, ac
auitted of charse3 of having had
dealings with the enemy.
I ' ; 1 MAIL ORDER X, .. . W
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ft - """"" Our Specialty. Highest Grade of WorkS Fj
f '. V in the Middle West. Moderate Prices and C
j pFQuick Servke. SEISTD FOR COMPI3TERICE IT
iK DR. COFFEE AT HOME.
" Dr. Coffee, the oculist and aurist,
in the First National Bank build
ing, Davenport, Iowa, arrived home
from his vacation last Saturday
and will be in his office every Sat
urday, Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday. People afflicted with eye,
ear, nose and throat diseases can
see him any of these days.
USE
Artificial Ice
In your home. It is pure, clean and
lasts longer than natural ice.
ROCK ISLAND ARTIFICIAL
ICE CO.
Phone R. I. 338
"NOTICE .
This Will be the Only Announcement Regarding
CONTINENTAL PETROLEUM COMPANY STOCK
This company has 2,000 acres in the heart of the new oil
pool discovered at Kelyville, Okla., and first well drilled
came in 600 barrels.
The stock of this company has been held by the directors
who are compelled to sell a limited amount to develop this
property. .
We have a small allotment to be sold at $6.50 per share.
CUT COUPON AND MAIL TODAY
I am interested in CONTINENTAL PETROLEUM
COMPANY STOCK and would be pleased to get de
tailed information.
NAME
STREET NO.
CITY
Greenfield Brokerage Company
Rock Island, III.
208 Safely BIdg. Phone R. 1. 4448
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DO YOU ENTERTAIN?
How often have you wished for some method of entertainment other than those at your disposal?
How often have you wished for a phonograph to supply the lack of music in your home? The next
time you invite a gathering LET US HELP YOU ENTERTAIN
THE USE
OF THIS
PHONOGRAPH
AND
TWELVE BRUNSWICK RECORDS
Realizing the advertising advantage derived in placing this wonderful ma
chine in as many homes as possible, for trial, the "Big Store" offers the free
use of this Brunswick Phonograph to any responsible person in the quad
cities who expects to entertain a circle of friends. The only restriction
Give it the care that a phonograph of this high character deserves. For
further particulars or to make arrangments for its use, call in person at our
Phonograph Parlor 3rd floor.
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The Brunswick has created a nation-wide apprecia
tion. Thousands are being sold to those who insist
on the best.
Remember this super-phonograph is built by the
"House of Brunswick," famous among American
manufacturers and cabinet makers for 73 years.
Hear The Brunswick before you buy, or even make a
. tentative decision. Doing so will not place you under
the slightest obligation.
We will gladly play The Brunswick for you and
explain its new features. Make your own compari
sons. Let your ear decide.
Even the most casual healing of The Brunswick
gives instant and conclusive evidence of its tone su
periority. Your ear immediately detects the differ
ence. This betterment is due to the Brunswick Method of
Reproduction, which includes two new ideas the
Ultona and the All-Wood Tone Amplifier.
Exclusive Features Found Only in This Super-Phonograph
THE ULTONA
The Ultona. This all-record
player has revolutionized
phonograph ideals, and is
instantly adjustable to each
type of record. -
With it you can play all rec
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all bands, all selections are
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Only The Brunswick offers
this great invention.
Fhonographs
and
Records
The Big Store on the Corner
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TONE AMPLIFIER
The All-Wood Tone Ampli
fier, which develops new
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tones hitherto lost. It is con
structed entirely of wood,
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Investigate these exclusive
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discarded.
Phonograph
Parlor
3rd Floor
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Do YOU Kbow
tbat these are made hem at fcomn,
better cigar Ulan are offered to the
pua.ic by S out ol 10 outaus
factories. You can find one to uxt
your taste imooz theae:
13c Corinus 13c
10c Ccljmboa 10c
10c American 1 Oc
Club Boose
. 8c American 8e
Iiondrea
8c Geiferi Leaders So
Why don't 70a try them.
WHEELAN C1GAB CO.
Four-h Ave. ana Ninth St.
Phone K. X. lose.
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I J Do you believe in the Constitution of the United States? 1
J Do you believe that the safety of the Constitution rests
upon the safety and welfare of the homes and each local
community?
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HAIR STORE
formerly 1718 Third annoe. to
resumed at 681 Twentieth aranw.
SW5S?ES MADB FROM COMBINGS
CUT HA IB GOODS SOB, 8AL
. - Work called lor aaid dtUrend.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
Mn. C E. Golden, Proprlrtmi.
C Do you believe that man loves companionship, congen
iality and that he loves to talk and be given an attentive
ear? .
Do you believe we should band together as one to help
keep the city clean and wholesome, help promote our park
and bathing beach projects in fact help in any and all
civic improvements?, '
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If you do believe these things then it is time for you to know that the Rock Island
Community Club offers these and many more opportunities. We are on the second
floor of the State Bank Bldg. Spacious, well lighted and well ventilated reading and
lounging rooms, billiard and card tables where you may meet and visit with your
friends and enjoy yourself to your heart's content. Make your application now,
which may be secured from any member or custodian of the rooms.
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