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mkI, 'tZX-tjr LlttMet Odea. Saw taw V tJ i l i 11 ' ' OM Settlers Have Biggest Imd ' Beaala Tfcaaa BolUaaa, Kew rreaMeat laad, tor raw MeraUrr of ta -wdtdit, w w rtsctsd to Um bo- tm aaacattva taamtxtm U ot Phil KUchaL J. WJto waica, 1. H. Huftrt, ML Eniry sad C H. Dtbbarn. I; Me- af fill TraJa. Ite Hmkf tlM iMki of taa Sac trail in Coal VaUay wWek M bar asf om aal of Om i wales lad ' True community spirit waa cre ated and cnltirated by the pionaara who ara at this matting today," Miss Mollle McEniry of Molina said in welcoming tha Old Settlers' relation woich mat in iu fifty-fifth annual reunion at tba Watch Tower yesterday.. ' '' f. "The people gathered here today and their ancestors," Miss McEniry said, "had the real community nDlrlt. In the early days when they settled these broad fields, they ex tended a 'welcoming hand to the newcomer, made him feel at home among them. Their hardships and privations made them one in this primitive age. They worked to gether in this way. In the days be fore packing houses the neighbors helped each other butcher, the wo men helping in the house. This time each year was looked forward to with a great deal of pleasure, as it was threshing time, apple-paring time, etc.. Played and Worked Together. "Community workers say we must play together, must sing to gether, must work together and must get together. Our members and our ancestors did. They worked their farms together, that had apple -paring meetings, they did their butchering together, they held spelling schools, singing schools and then even though these singing masters didn't have as much pep is the masters of today they got by Just the same; in time of sickness they nursed each other; they shared each other's sorrows and joys. remember my mother telling me. how one locality subscribed to one newspaper and each took turns at reading it. Taught Loyalty. ' "The pioneers taught us the beat lesson of loyalty. You can never find an offspring of one of the pio neers following the red flag., Loy alty was the word in tLeir house holds. Miss McEniry's address of wel come officially opened the speaking program of the day. One hundred thirty old settlers, pioneers and family members registered, the big gest registration for several years. Bollman President. Thomas Bollman was elected president of the association at the election which opened the afternoon program. Mrs. Emma M. Arcuiar ius of Hampton, who will be 99 years of age on her next birthday, and who Is the oldest settler in this county, was honored with the first vice-presidency. Arthur U Mead 'if Port Byron, Miss MolUe McEniry of Moline. George Lukins of South Rock Island and Daniel Montgom ery of Rock Island, were appointed A. M. Bnaar aUraa! tfca as sociation on tba votattaw of pto- neera, reviewing the facta of the past, the acbiavemenU of the pres ent and ruui of the future. He gara, typical Illustrations to npbold toe reiauonaup Between ina past, present and Iutura. . .. In the roand i Uble discussion. talks' were givee by Thomas Mur phy of Coal valley, John Huntoon of Rock Inland. Miss Nettie Brown of Hillsdale. David B. Sears of Rock Island. The discussion was led by John H. Hauberg, who spoke on the Indian war and the location of the Captain Abraham Lincoln military camji. -Tells of Ford. Miss Brows told ot the ford across Rock river near the Greg ory around residence in Zuma township. Mr: Sears said that his father's home was the fourth house built in Moline, that the first re ligious service was held at his home, the postoffice waa located there, and that bis parents had the first cook stove in the community. John Huntoon. in an interesting talk, followed the old Sac (Saque) trail which his father had pointed out to him. The Sac trail is re membered as the path which Black Hawk followed each year in tnts on th ward ronniag somthsast. The aula trail is the one followed by Black Hawk fa his annual, trip to Fort Maldea, annual trip to Canada to receive his j gifts. Mr. Huntoon's iatner siepi on the trail in the year 1833, while he was on his way to Andover, where be built the first mill west Man D. Hankers:, the retiring president, spoke on his experiences in his yoath and young manhood days. Recalling some instances, Mr. Hauberg said: "We took our ladies A church and to spelling school and some times out for a ride. The omen Wore bonnets or shakers as they called then, about a foot or eighteen inches long. Just imagine the feeling whn von and Tour lady sat on the wagon, her having on that shaker. and you took a peep into n, n saw the contentment and the big smile she wore. . . - Drove Wttlwat Harry." " --w rfmve with oxen. - After we got horses -we look 'our ladies Out noing wnere u wvmu --; we would trot a little and she would askv why the hurry. Oh, yes,, we had' good times; our hands were mostly free. Today the boys take their girls in machines, but boh hands are on the wheel." " Mr. Hauberg presented- the new nresident with the gold-headed cane, which is given to each execu tive. Mr. Bollman pledged the so ciety that he would do all in his power to build up the organization nii offered his home where his- 'torical articles of interest may be brought to be turned over to the Historical society. The meeting closed raising of 130 voices "Auld Lang Syne." with the in singing Specials CanumendEiike ttitejf ofthefwu Ylalini on WEDK0N Tit UiM" Let os show yon bow faith fully theNewEdisonbrings oat the subtle distinctions in tone between two fa mous violins. kJ. RAMSER'S 80S? 1826 Second Ave. Rock Island. Week End Bargain at the Quality Drug Stores Friday and Saturday Only Always something new. Always something for everyone. $2.00 genuine Hughes ideal C OQ Pneumatic CushionHair Brush .. $2.25 Ivory Pyralin Hair M 93 Receiver, less than today's cost v $2.25 Ivory Pyralin Puff Box, jgl 93 at less than today's cost. r- I TA It -' , it. Hkl;s I rvU; 111 J Buy it by the Case I j Coca Cola Bottling Works I 3rd Ave. and 25th St. I I II i rnone k. i. mi III I l1' 1 m Quality & Service First t See Us At trie - ' i t i Is M km Suite flt'lM Represents a combination of QU AUTY-STYIE AND LOW.PMC&tfet wiU be found . difficult to duplicate--now, or in the coming months :3 For the Man Who Shaves Himeslf 60c Package Durham Duple c 41 C Blades ;.... - 30c Rexall Shaving . 23c Powder . 50c Minute Stroppers. shariens any 39 C safety raior 60c Rexall Milk of Magnesia, 7c a lull pint M 10c Rexall Toilet Soap, a pure 7- hard milted cake v 10c Cinderella Dye Soap, Sc (assorted colors) Pure Food Products Prepared By the Rexall company for stores with soda fountains and luncheonettes. We do not have fountains but r9 only to glad to have our customers get the ad vantage of the quality and price of quantity productions. OPEKO COFFEE Many tri-city iamilies use 4.Qf no other. Regular 75c value tif 50c Jar high grade 2$C .... 69c Peanut Butter Jordon Almonds, a delicioussummer candy, lb. 75c Florins Fabric Stationery, whits, blue, 43 C pink and champagne Mississippi Valley Fair and Exposition Ground This suite includes a beautiful full size Bed, Dresser and Toilet Table. Each piece finished in rich, walnut, and offering choice of Adam or Queen Anne design. j The workmanship is excellent throughout, not a single detail slighted, and the result is a suite to arouse pride and lasting satis faction in the heart of the possessor. If you have need for such a suite and are waiting for "prices to dron." we sav to vou in all sincerity that it will be many months-, before you will be able to purchase a suite of similar quality at a ; less price than we are quoting today. - $197.45 v VV' iii it -c. . FRANK M AHN & CO 313 Twenty-fourth Street Phone R. 1.708 Rock Island If you need simply a bed or other single piece of bedroom furniture it will be to your advantage to "look here" before purchasing. ,1 i ; .f. SULPHUR SOOTHES UGLY, ITCHING SKIN The First Application Makes Sala loci and Comfortable, if you are suffering from ectema or some other torturing, embarraas ' ing skin trouble you may quickly be rid of it by using Mento-Sulphur, declares a noted skin specialist. This sulnhur preparation, because of its germ destroying properties, seldom fails to quickly subdue itch ing, even of fiery eczema. The first scDlication makes the skin cool and comfortable. Rash and blotches are healed right up. Mcnthc-Sulphur la anniiMi liVa anv nleaaant cold cream and Is oerfectly harmless. You can obtain a small Jar from any good druggist , Store No. 1 220 W. 2nd St Davenport Store No. S 2nd Ave. A 17ta Boca Island 8t Store No. 2 3rd A Brady Davenport I. , ; : ! I All-Day Excursion I Friday, Aug. 13 i . . ... Don't Forget Yobr Discount , - Qlillll till m;::;! V 'W T '' your taTtnoa ' for gMk Me your t&TOtaa ' for gMk He w a. w. a. m iridts. If aM ttkn 4w frwa t)M raw lt M mm. - If rcorLES rowsm co. H 4CAPaTOLw OUTING TO MUSCATINE Lt. Davenport :J a. m. Rock Ulaad 1:00 a. m. Retains p. m. ' Adults 75c Children 50c PLEHTT OF CEBTIFIID ICE W1TEB .. TZXrTEVfl IOME COOKEB FOOD 8ETE ' . At OUB MODEM CAFETEUA Dav Rock Lts. I . : I k L t:86 I wAAwi.ioiiT mr ' Fader tfce Aaapiew af LE5D.i-HA9I CI.CB Tickets 75c Incloding ' -Tax This girl can find or file a letter in six seconds! SOUNDS almost impossible, doesnt it? Yet speed and accuracy such as this are commonplace in offices equipped with the "Y and E" Direct Name Filing System. . To set a new standard for filing speed scores of tests were made, in business offices where this system is used. The average "fifing or finding' time in the first 47 offices tested was less than ten seconds! Some of the clerks were , green, some were experienced. It made little difference in the results. A telephone call wffl bring oar T and E" System Service men to demonstrate the "Y and E? Direct Name Filing System in your office. ' , Carls on brothers Moline DWfftf Building Direct Name Filing System t TheCheney See It; Hear It; Then Keep From Wanting It if You Can Cheney Cabinets are period furni- -;. ture of exquisite design. Refined, quietly degant, they blend harmoni ously into any home setting. Cheney Reproduction brings out the most delicate tones in all their purity and gives to records a mellow quality as lovely as the original. The Cheney plays all records plays them better. With the passing of time, a Cheney sweetens and mellows in its own melody, constantly enhansing . in value. . , There should be music in every home. Music of highest excellence; and you will have it with a CHENEY. afitt3 $125 to $500 ijpn Liberal Terms of Credit In All Departments HILL FURNITURE COMPANY TBI-tlTIES' MOST eOPLLAB FLU-MTIKE STOKE 1615-1617 Second Avenue Rock Island, 111. Kindling Wood Northern Pine The kind you used to get at the saw mills years ago. Charcoal In sacks The best grade. Lamont Coal Co. 1718 First Ave. Phone R. 1. 105 Vwreiw vetting i way from itzta .,7) t ROCK ISLAMO BREWING CO. ROCK lLAWO. IU. I I TELETHON B a. L 8S and oauta A CASE NOW....'. mm" Kuvrrs a5f" tnut o rtOv fc IMaWOi4.Tij lt M A Tit aVaaaaas s e m s s : Y" nMnimuiiiuimii AU The Ncw M t IULM