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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1913. Yr ALEDO J Mrs. S. T. Rice, Mrs. A. Odaffer and little daughter, Jessie Opal, who have 7 been visiting Mrs. James Fender, re turned to their homes in Decatur Fri Bay. Mrs. John Weible of Alpha, who has teen spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. U. David and Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Bolton, returned to her borne Saturday. Mrs. H. E. Maxwell spent Friday With friends in Monmouth. Mrs. E Carroll and Mrs. Minne Car roll spent Friday with Mends In Rock Island. r Mr. and Mrs. Ceor?e Valentine of tbia city and Mr. and Mrs. Janfes Ra der of Joy went to Princeton Satur day to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. John Becker. Mrs. Mary Forsythe Finley passed away at the family home on South Walnut street Wednesday after a few weeks' illness, aged 77 years 5 months and 26 days. Mrs. Kinky had been a' resident of Mercer county for more , than half a century and has lived in Aledo for the past few years. Her -tons, R. W. Finley of Gradshaw, Neb., John E. Finley of San Francisco, Cal., and Orton of Suez township and daughter, Miss Bessie, of this city, ;were with their mother during her last Illness. Funeral services were keld from the United Presbyterian rhurch Friday afternoon conducted by Rev. J. B. Pollock. Interment was made In the cemetery at Sdnbeam. j Mra. Harry Fay went to Alpha Thursday to spend a few days with ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Pet erson, ' Mrs. George Pinkerton went to Bur lington, Iowa, Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. William Blayney. Little MIhb Emily KdwardH was three years old Wednesday and ber mother gave a birthday party in her Ijonor Wednesday afternoon. The Utile people present spent a very hap py afternoon during which refresh ments were served by Mrs. Edwards. : Mrs. ('. M. Kader returned to hr Borne In New liohton Thursday aftfr spending the day in Davenport, Iowa, With her daughter. M;Bk Opal Kader. Miss Cruc- MrMnllen of Sidney. Iowa, and MisH Vina M(. Mullen ot New Windsor npent a few days here this week vith their uncle and aunt, Mr. aitd .fr. D L. Wilson. Mrs. T. S. Tree, little daughter. Verle. and Mrs. Iora Srhelffele of IllMlnck, Neh., rarne visit Mr. Tree's parent Otis Whan. Mr. ami Mr?. W. M. Uuutinc. who have l ei a vi i int- Aii. unti Mrs. 1. ('. Detwil.r ;.t;il Mr. ami Mrs Alva Jay left Tliuinlav for ihiir home in Lin coln. Neb. A jury for the purpose if consider-' lng the proposed levy of taxes in ttie Hay Maud drainage dixtriet was or dered by Judge lttirgers in the county court. The Jury was drawn Wednes day afternoon and will be ordered to report in court next Saturday. The s Jury is composed of the followlg mn: J. D. Peters. .1. K. Maw by. P. II. Dorothy. J. Hot, Itrown. c. J. Noble. C. A. Kreise. .1 M. Geddes, F. M. .hurch. ;eoige s. Willits. Peter Brown, J. A. Mattbuieer, Fred l. Uliu cr. Th Adams Express company will cpen an office in Aledo and have leas ed rooms on the first floor of the Transit house for that purpose. The office will be In charge cf Harry Sapp. formerly bill clerk in the office of Adams Express company at Ottumwa, Iowa. Attorneys William J. Graham and 0car E. Carltrom of this city have formed a partnership for the general practice of law. The arrangement will go into efft-ct on Monday. Nov. 17. when the firm wi'I be at home In a suite of rooms in the new Carlson building on South College avenue. Vr. and Mrs. Poffenbarger returned to their home in New Boston Thurs day after visiting Mrs. Poffenbarger's father. A. V. Iarrance. William Frew went to Chicago Sat tirUay to visit at tne home of his broth- f- and family, Mr. aiid Mrs. S. J. i 'rew. 1 Miss Emma Myers of Peoria and i XHhii llliorfa ri.wilitlu m ..... it V ... I.. T., vl.u Mr. Mr,, i f' .'".f. ""'I ; hv iia1 i - TXJ7 w. & Sff-i tiTu: xs? i ii i r u ft v u U&f v 1 11 lit til I J h-4 6 :11-1 111 t'l r.:-:rt -v.--l . V w w. .Sit r 3 w. m Yd K'rai kill -..w k a B- . 2 i -4 --m s i-w-U, iVTvf -i r.l ' l.'V .li Try the "How can 1 replace those old worn out pieces of furniture with bright new pieces now?" ately Easy Peysmesntf Plara V - - 'V ' Our floors are crowded with just what you need and we you pay a little each pay day. EVEHY DOLLAR DOES FULL extend to you the convenience of our plan by which PURCHASING DUTY HEUE .Thursday to .Mr. and Mrs. sr rf.Ar IRITIS. n a . u ; :-ja f , Sieves, iSaciges, Eieeters Our line of stoves, ranges and heaters is adding many new customers daily. We are particularly proud of the satisfaction they are giving. And dun't forget they carry the Gately guarantee and easy payment plan. The Two in One Parlor Piece the springs for the bed are entirely separate from the upholstered seat. Solid oak frame.and best grade of imi tation Spanish leather. Call and see them. All on our easy payment plan. ; Jill, Special Sale Dressers & Chiffoniers You will find some very alluring bargains for this week's special sale in Fumed and Golden Oak, Circassian Walnut and Mahogany. Chiffoniers from $5.95 up. Dressers from $9.85 UP The Always as Advertised Store GUARANTEED GOODS 307-309 20th St., Rock Island PAY AS YOU GET PAID "If MfctSMI I bnnhin i ti til form J. W. Doolittle. Miss M. P. Pethniam of Millerslmn; , Went to Chicago Wednesday to visit . her sister. Mrs. W. A. Hefferman. The Columbian club held a recep tion at the home of Mrs. G. ('. Ltow rs Wednesday afternoon. About BO ladies were present and each dressed j to represent the month of her birth, j Instead of a program the ladies born ' In the same month were grouped to-! jfether and required to perform some !unt Kvery month was represented. The January ladies received New Years callers; those of February told Valentine stories. March winds and April showers were well represented. The May ladies gave a delightful may pole dance, the June brides were pres ent aad the u-arrlane ceremony per formed. A Fourth of July celebration , with its noise and speeches was given; Fortunes were told and many amusing by the July ladies. Heat and niaa panies were played. A two course dogs characterized August. The t w as repro-; iavor was given to eacti guesi as a The title of his lecture was "Morals and Machinery, a Study of a Public Age with a Private Conscience." This dealt with the "Good rong Man," a Willits near this city, returned to their home in New Boston Friday. Mrs. Van Willits of New lioston came Saturday to spend the day with duced by the SeSp'ember ladies. Octo-; ber with its Hallowe'en pranks and ; souvenir of the pleasant evening. Noember fith the Thanksgiving dm-, Mrs. M. Cooper of New Boston was . i i an A 1 n? r vitiitnf TkurcHav Z riTVSZi Mrs. J. II Dorinan and chil- ed than that of the rascal and; went to Galesburg Saturday to make the program ended by a tnnstmab, arri , hnm. I the knave. Mr. Frank is a represents a ihort Yisit with Miss Hazel Dodson. ire Uy me Uecemuer UUieu. ll " . - - . -. . - - - i . r,t n.Homlm ,nrf tronta nf thA Mr anri Mra I W nnnlittle unH ; man with spotless private life but i her sister, Mrs. L. B. Lloyd. i criminal public life, whose influence i The Misses Edna Helen OEborn, President Wilson has said is more to Edna Merritt and Mildred Vertrees an afternoon of pleasure and mirth , Tu.Ja from A . 6priouf. prob,era8 q our indu8triai and two children of New Boston came Sat- fro I I It yem have ! f J trnil (or our WW V MM III 1 X J I. mii. St. CUC4M which was greatly eujoyed by all pres ent. A delicious luncheon was serv ed cafeteria style. The committee in charge for the day was Mrs. McRob trts. Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. S. L.. Johnston visited relative in Hok Island Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Reynold and son. Master; Clifford, went to New Boston Thurs-, diiy to spend a fe$ days with Mr. and J Mrs. Clifford Dixon. t Mrs. D. S. Prentiss of New- Boston came Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mr. II. B. Ksbbach. Miss Blanch Knox returned to tome In Joy Friday after visiting w ith j t . . i .. i tu kilBB V U t ail. Mrs. Elmer Longley ! daughter, Ia June, went to Galesburg had visited relatives. W. M. KHe of Kilevilk Ohio, w ho ethiccl life. He has a very pleasing : urday to visit Mr. Doolittle's mother voice and manner, and J. Frank Hanly hne cnont rt k-tolr Ti-ith Mr bnil klra J. W. DiUev and other relatives and ! ,ormer governor of Indiana, has said) friends, went to D.inville Thursday to oT tlra- "e "as a ?reat message make a short visit with relaties be fore returning home. i Miss Margaret Baxter left Saturday f for a week's visit with relafivoa nnii friends In New Windsor and Viola. .Mrs. j. j. trail ct &coit m:m, :eb.. -," ,.-, . i and Mrs. Catherine Thompson of Al-j 'r- BUU ,u -"'D loca. who have boen visiting their S June Ha'ne" and 'is8 Estner TT i sister, Mrs. William McHard. went to; eul lu cwautc l ""-c"u ""5 i Aimna s.itnrriav wher Mra Prutt ill i Latter Day Saints convention. her! visit relatives before returning home.! Mr. C. Weeks and children and 1 it i rt rniciit-as t n 1 ri rrivon n rm m urday afternoon by the Milliken and the William and Vashti football teams resulted in a victory for William and Vashti. Score 3-' to 0. re and entertainment ronr whb i nrt habv' hehi ln lne A1do Pera house 0" Fl i ThJif8j""- , ana Daoy , rv rhnrie. n:iv evenmcv I;irte onrt nrnrorlativo I 0 Aledo and other relatives. Mrs. Jennie Baryay of New Boston was an Aledo visitor Thursday. one that the pecple of the w hole na- j c. D. Reynolds of Headley, Mass., tion ought to hear. I am expecting j is visiting at the home of his cousins. great things of him." ! Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Reynolds. Miss L. Bingham of Chicago spent The annual meeting of the Mercer a few- days this week with Mr. And County Agricultural society will be Mrs. Arthur Mitchell at Millersburg. held on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 6, Mr. and .Mrs. R. C. Elvin, Miss La . at the court house in Aledo for the purpose of electing officers and trans acting other business. All friends of the society are invited to attend. The Misses Elizabeth and Virginia Gordon of Oquawka came Saturday to make a short visit with Mi3s Frae Mc- I Clellen. McGinnis. a former ; Miss Vina Ralston of Hopewell man. who has been pastor of ! came Friday to snend a few davs with r. . 'Ill IMIIII.II... .ircuUr of guaranteed First Mortpgi Gold Bonds KM title cuarantrrd -r . hKc Till and Inm C Earhbaod crrtibrd to tr tnwt cucBpaay. . COCHIAM HcCLUCR. lay evening. A large and appreciative niuraMf ill tnena nip. i. .1 v iu .tnr. T 1, . . : . v. . . v. n ii-v1;.v.nii n i . . . . . I .. . . " ' I Vorth western linlvrcit o k trar-il"c rirujiruii vuuilu ot u iicuon, uer Krauupaff HIS, Mr. ana SITS. I). H. Lutrell of New Windsor ; p.ouiem irciuies. En:il Ryberg of Galesburg ; : .-rrr O. H. Dairy mple. Mrs. W aad Mrs. w ent to Joy Thursday to attend the funeral of J. 1. Rberg held in that' ity Friday. 1 Mis. K. J. McDouald spent Wedaes i:;y In Viola at the home of Mr. and ; K. M. Saunders. .Vrs. Saunders ac- cn-.pai.:ei her home for a short visit i with AU-do relatives. t)ne of tie most pleasing Hallow-j e'en parties of the week was given by j Misses Cora Warnock. Grace Peterson, t Eva McFarland and Rcsa Cullisoa at the home of Miss Warnock Wednt-' day evening. The home was appro priately decorated with ghests. Mark cats and other Hallowe'en symbols. f J oP make your y waihing easier V EACH 5 . H f PE05T4 J H 50AP VI Just let Pesu mooJt the dirt 5 out. Peosta takes good ff ' your clothes Jf A. makes them wear fyr N. longer dtr N. Y.. for the past 15 years, has ac-1 Wilson. cepted a fall to the Presbyterian! Mrs. Chester Jackson of Joy came church at Hoosick Falls. N. Y. Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Miss Dora Sloan and Mrs. J. Crane f Mrs. W. A. Lonclev. of Joy were Aledo visitors Friday. ! Miss Jessie Alb3 went to Joy TVed The Misses Nora Ryan and Emma nesday for a short visit w ith home ! Johnson of Joy were Rock Island vis-! folks. itors Saturday. J Mrs. John Wyatt of, Joy was an Mrs. F. A. Gibson went to New Aledo visitor Thursdav. 'Windsor Thursday to spend the day Mrs. M. Bridgfcrd of Joy spent Fri- w ith Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Peterson. J day with relatives here. Mrs. Evalyn Patterson of Dodge, ! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherer and 1ft Neb, who baa been risitins Mr. and : tie daughters, Darlene and Mildred, Mrs. C. W. Detwiler, went to New j of Joy went to Rock Island Saturday Boston Tuesday to spend a few- days to spend the day. wilh relatives and friends before re- j Mrs. J. R. Lowry and daughter. Miss turning home. Ethel, went to Davenport, Iowa, Sat- Mr. and Mrs. M. El Honeyman, who j urday for a short visit with friends, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A- . The football same played here Sat- TO family in the country will have a bet ter meal than yours tomorrow if vou have Northern Lijht buckwheat cakes ivi'C p 1 with maple syrup or sausage. 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