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i TIC RGC2 CtAIQ ' AtGU3-DZCELIBER 14, 1920.
n - ?, cmra cig SKI ,1 . ' ZLTDOOST for ErecUss '.V imw Wets t he Pnhrt. Ta cola car au aaa 01 v KljyTU. liUr Ulto : Banrl. Edward Waaabnra. JuM T. i suanr, Cjb scaler, rna w. numst. Th Artvm an cm "!? awatwin bu all f 11 4 llllll Of ( . Ui ton saw tfeat U art FottiB 8aiy. '- Bock Islaad, Dec J2. Editor The Areas: A rret majority of people. It seems to me, are forgetting there are - charch serrlces and Wbia classes these days. They are too al serrice and lads, .vith the modern Tim followinc birth certificates were filed In the office of City Phy sician A. N. Mueller daring the month of November: ' Parenu of boys, nr. ana airs. Carl U. Welsh, Henry J. Flaegel. Jnle Ionian, James Thomas Hens ley, Horace Edward McRoberts, James Daniel KaitUe, Max Guske,' rremont Jack, Harry Stoneking, Joe Dai so. Peter waller., Arthur Carl Johnson, Henry Meincke, Al vln Randall Lament. Adoa P. Att- Yoara respectfully, A. N. MUELLER. OBION cousins OF MRS. BUTLER HEAR SmOEBIN CONCEBT & -., lapvciai wrresponaenee.r OL Orion Iter 14Thnr 1 1noB Commnalty high school; the proposition for the erection of ' which was mined by the citizens busy witb Ul Tlclnlty at a recent election,! esnecially , Ujm-& according to the pre- American . - - -? . Binary plans which are being f Attention should be paid more to ' id, e?ery modern convenience ; the ten commandments. The auto-V- M necessity Is to bo incorporated i A,nt,w h. ehansed times xreatly. rhUah' Parenu used to go to church d '"Dr. T. O. Andreen and J. S. ' , Peterson recently were In Chicago , ' where, with the necessary creden , rtials, they mad arrangements Mrith a bonding company to insure n"" """'" 'rinr InVtead loan of 1125.000 which will be acboo Ste!2 expended in the construction of the! of m, b'Vlh rS r-JL n-t.. w. k., ! there would not be so mucn crune 'n,.i Hivirti tutMn thR two among the youths of the cities so, 4rlon banks, negotiations already (Special Correspondence.) -Orion, Decf 14. The Misses Ma bel and Esther Saisaelgon attend ed the concert riven by the Tri- sob, John Bm baker, Henry Wenxel, ,city Symphony orchestra in Dar- isne uivia ' school, but now a great number of them instead take an auto ride or a promenade on Sunday morning. i Children snonia oe in some annua; Ben Harris.' Charles 0. Ford, Emll Henry Saehau. . Parents of girls, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kellogt, . Bennie Paul Jacke, Luther Moaner, Walter Carl Richtman. William Jackson Porter, Benjamins J. DePorer. John By singer, Manning Sylvester Hunt, Cecil Colony, Arrid Johnson, Wave Merlin Summers, William Davis, Goldie BliU. Clarence D: Butzer, Bolla . S. Pierce, Nicklos Caleo, enport Sunday, where their cousin. Mrs. Hannah Butler, appeared as a soloist. -7- LOOK FOR SPECIAL PRICE CARDS THE STORE , THE BARGAIN DEPT. STORE Free Delivery FORMERLY BRADY STORE Cor. 7th Are. and 12th St, Rock bland "The Store that Sells for Less Phones , 44&444 9 9 WATCH OUR SHOW WINDOWS FOR SPECIAL LOW PRICE BARGAINS MBS. O'SRADT BE SIGHS. New York, Dec. 14. Mrs. Ellen A. O'Grady. denuty police commission er of New York City, resigns, as- rtiiir that she had been hampered in her work and could not remain j in her place and retain her, self-respect - - : ' kavina been completed fur the financing of th3 projett. ' . Modern In fcurjr Detail, i' The new structure is to be mod Tn In every dptail. Preliminary s plans have been disc untied aai nuch thought is beiug given it by the pxiple of Orion, as well as by 'the members of the board, that the ; arrangement and scope of It will he in every particular adaptable to the needs of the community, -r Careful and painstaking study of the plans for othsr high schools 1 recently erected in towns of s'mi'ar Size and requirements are being made that the faults of other moci- ern school buildings may be cor rected as well as their more prac tical features taken advantage of la the erection of the Orion school. 5 ERIE T. P. ELECTS. 4 SpecIal Correspondence.) Erie, Dec. 14 The Young Peo S pie's class of Erie M. E. Sunday 'school held a business meeting, fol lowed by a social time at the church '(Wednesday . evening. During the 'business session, -the following of 'flcers were elected:' President, Miss Ruby Pfundstein vice presi . dent. Miss Leola Beardsworth ; sec retary and treasurer. Miss Mar- Suerite Pfundstein; teacher, Mrs. oulse Denison. A picnic supper 'Was enjoyed, and the remainder of the evening passed socially. Drevalent these days. The bible should be taught in the schools and ! children t3ught to love it and put ' Christ flrst in all things, leaving out the frivolous things in life. . j Wear simple clothes to church and eliminate the fads and the dance. What the world needs more today is Christ. v . . j EVA M. STOCKER. I 2929 Nineteenth avenue. Pardoning Stayers. "flock Island, Dec. 11. Editor The Argus: Miss Jane Addams of Chi-! cago is making bersaif ridiculous,'! as well as dangerous, by cham- , pioning the murderers of Cook ' county, and pleading for their par- i dpn. , She "has substituted a heart; ttrob' for a mental process." This pathologically - sentimental ladyj. should remember what Shakespeare wrote, "Mercy but murders, pardon-1 ing those who kill." An execution is civic surgery. As i well pretest against a surgeon amputating a diseased ' limb that threatens the life as to make maud I n attempts to prevent a human , filnvpr from navinp the nenaltv for 1 his brutal crime. E. WAYNE STAHL. TO CURS A COLD IN ONE DAY take Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears the sienature of E. W. Grove. I 30c. (Adv.). Gets its Fine Flavor Creamy Milk JELKE from ' MARGARINE , Thr- Finest Spread for Bread ta gcod because we have spent yean of effort per lectin g its quality. The fine taste results from churning rich, creamy milk with other wholesome food fats in just the right proportion. Spread your bread with GOOD LUCK. The Fine Taste Satisfies The Low Price Gratifies. Ask your dealer for GOOD LUCK Chanted by v JOHN F. JELKE CO. H. T. PROESTLER CO. Davenport, Iowa. Specials for Wednesday and Thursday 49 lb. sack Ceresota Flour . $2.59 Hebe compound, tall cans, 10 for . $1.00 Michigan fancy hand picked Beans, 7 lbs. ........ ...... 49 c Fancy bulk Peaberry Coffee, 3 lbs. . .. ... . $1.00 10 lbs. best Granulated Sugar $1.00 3 lbs. of extra Santos bulk Coffee, 3 lbs. $1.00 Fancy Blue Rose Rice, 5 lbs. 49c 1 gallon can Winter brand table syrup . . . : 89c 4 cans Davenport Corn or Peas . 59c Tom Thumb Crackers,' per lb. . . . ........ . . . 20c 12 bars Lenox Laundry Soap for 59c A regular $1.00 Broom . . . 69c 4 pkgs. Blue Bird Cleanser 19c 4 pkgs. Rub No More powder 19c Specials in the. Cry Goods Department UsaMBSMjiaaBSMHlSIBaHBaMHHHaBBaBBMasai : . 1 . ' ' The Ideal Christmas Gift i ' : - ' C IHI IE M EY One lot of yarns, not O-yr all colors, skein . V Bungalow aprons, light or dark colors, very QMf special, each ...... rP Women's silk hose, black or white, very special. QQ. pair JOC Children's stockings, black or white, 45c value, . OQ pair a&7C Three-fourths size cotton blan kets, very special, Baby crib blankets, pink CQ. or blue, now only Ji7 C Heavy bath robe flannel, QC r 98c value, yard ou Figured crepe in pink and blue, 69c value, O C yard JOC Children's gingham or serge dresses and every child's coat in the store now at O tic? at a discount .... G All women's dresses and dress skirts, now reduced iJ ,0 All shoes, overshoes and foot wear for men, women and chil dren, for this sale 20 Off Men?s" good heavy cotton slip over sweaters, $1.50 OQ value, each QC Men's good dress shirts, very special, in this sale Men's dress shirts, good values, worth $4.50, do aa now onlv i..PO.UU ' Men's overalls or jackets, $2.50 values, special, J1 QP each Dls70 Boys' pants, sizes up to ), for this sale, $1.69 Men's work hose, 25c value, special, pair 15c Men's good felt hats, two lots, take vour choice at d O QC $3.50 and V&fiJO Three lots of bovs' suits, very special at $13.95, 0( QC $i.45anH PO.7U One lot of neckties, especially ?ood values, CJQ jWMHMS4SWMa ii ' - V .We Invite You to a Demonstration Don't decide upon your phono graphuntilyouveheardTheCneney! In five minutes, you'll recognise the difference in its tonal quality. Come to our music rooms, let us play any records you select and then you'll, appreciate that The Cheney plays records as no other phonograph can. , v j - "I I i H . ton" v wu a awn mm svu w Sheraton Period Model -a beautiful instrument priced at $150 ; JH can write and write about the beautiful tones v ofThe Cheney but you 11 never really appreciate them until you come to our store and hear them. In five minutes, youTl recognize the difference between The Cheney and any other phonograph you ever heard. . It's richer. Its tones are sweeter and purer. Piano ; records sound like a piano unmistakably. Voice, violin and full orchestra are faithful reproductions of the original "The Longer You Play It The Sweeter It Grows" The Cheney owes its tonal quality to a series of acoustic inventions which make it fundamentally different , from any other phonograph. You ' cannot duplicate Cheney tones. Basic patents protect the inventions which make them possible. And yet The Cheney costs no more than any other phonograph. It plays all records, places the music of , the world at your beck and calL What a wonderful, enduring Christmas gift! Our salespeople, busy though they are answering the tremendous demand for The Cheney, will gladly give you a demonstration, but don't delay- for our stocks ' are fast being depleted. Regular Models, priced $125 to $385. Console Art Models, $350 to $625. ' Convenient Terms if You Prefer I Whittal 3 Rugs r Yi . 7 srasis ii i -i r l iff l in ' 4 llt, , , taif . ..'ftmAA a asif m'm. U 1 iiiiimiii:miiiiiimiimiiiiiiiimiiiitii:i Puzzled Over, the Gift Problem We want to help you solve your gift problem to solve it easily and satisfactorily, not only with the purpose of re lieving you of its perplexities, but at the same time to as sure for your gift the kind of a welcome you want it to receive. , Electrical Appliances Win Instant Favor They.are the kind of gifts people like to get. 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