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TIIK KOCK ISLAND AIIGUS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1014.
WIS tLIlAJITU TWQI
Dear Mr. Thompson: I am a girl
of 23 and in love with a joung-man
two yurj my enior, ho is the broth
er of my lady friend. A couple of
mouth ago I visited my lady friend, j
who liven rut of town. As 1 arrived
ihf kenned me and i!i;m1 me to le j
her h inter-in la. The young man was'
very attent.ve to n e and he raid some J
j.ire things to me. 1 acted Indiff reut- j il! always return, even then. If your
ly. A I came home I told my people 'skin yourself too much you will find
jibout it. Knowing how much I care I that your face will look like leather in
for him. they wrote him a letter re-' a chrrrt time. I cannot conscientiously
fcaxdir.g a in;if!i. He answered indif- f recommend anything stronger than
ferently. Since I heard of th letter the juice of a lemon for freckles. Kven
tner wrote Mm I am very much die-1 this Is too Mrong for a delicate ik!n.
couraged. I'Iea.e h"Ip me fix th I Ilt-'ter save your kln even If you
matter. fuu.'t have freckels. and keep from hav-
! care for him. but dn't want to j ing more freckles, by weariug wide-
throw myself at him. J. 1. M.
Vour people trade a Brave mistake.
The man's ItT misht like to hare
for a sNt r-in law, but that is no
indication that the young man desires
you for a wife. Tell your people to
.iop w rit ins: to him and make up your
mind to like somebody else until this
vaunt; man tells you that he loves you
and wants to marry jou.
brimmed hats and veils when jou go J
out in the sun.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have been
going with a boy nearly two years
a?d he says he loves me and J love
him. We are engaged to be married,
but we haven't set any date yet. The
other night we went to a dance and
I came home before the dance broke
up and he came home with me and
then went back to the hall and went
home with another girl.
I found it out and asked him about
if. At first he denied it, then said ho
did go home with her. That is the
nrrr lime at uas gone iiii iinj Kirii .... . , , or.. e- ,v.
you kn,w cr a.iyt.nng that j but me since we have geen engaged. strpet A program of violin, vocal and
my hair in wave? I)o jou thiuk he cares more for her , ., ., ",, . ,i
'than rte? I o you think that I should
IVar Mrs. Thompson: (It My hair
is awful greasy and will not stay up.
1 have tried washing it in borax but
It does it no good. Could you tell
me something that would m:;ke it lock
dry and smooth?
i." Is orris root good for the hair.
and how do you ue it? 'forcive hhu and still go with him? He
(4; Do yen know of anything that did not go out of the hall with her.
will Like off MublMirn freckl?s? I ! He m:-t her' on the corner. Do you
hive tried quite a few dii'erent thin?. 1 think the girl did right by meeting
but they did tue no good. J fclrn on the corner? Me is a Hire boy
BERTHA, and has let-n nice to me ever since I
1 For oily hair nix 2 ounces alro-!hav' K'np ith li!n. What
hoi. 1' ounce witch hazel and 14 grains r-!"uld I !? BROWN EYES.
reirc'.n. I"e this daily, rubbing well! Hear iittle irl. you mustn't expect
into ih- scalp. I a boy never to look at any other girl.
12) To inak" the hair curly com-j even if he is in love with you. I'ndor
h!:ie 12" grains potassium carbonate. I the circumstances I cannot see that
1 fluid dram amnimla water. 12 fluid your younx man did anything wrong,
drams alcohol !nd enough rosewater ' Me probably n.e: the cirl by accident
to make l'i fin id rumen, Moisten the and as a mere matter of friendship
hair wi:h 'his. aij j.-t ir loosely ami I i-aw that she got heme safely. I don't
Jllo Tinkler. Irene Ereed. Alice McCoy.
.Margaret Bauer. Mary Mary. Agnes
Mary. Cladya llrown. Sclraa Pomrank.
Alma Hoel. Julia Ileese. and V. Sam
uelson. II. Krickson. V. Link. II. Kaw
cett. O. Scudder. P. Scudder. H. Scud
der. I. llrown. C. Melin. R. Abraham
son. K. Williamson, C. Gnstafson and
CELEBRATED ORGANIST IN A
Arthur Dunham of Sinai temple, Chi
cato, one of tue foretuont orgauists
and -omposers of organ music in this
country, will give a recital at tho
First Presbyterian church, Davenport,
Friday evening, Feb. 27. He comes
under the auspices of the Young Lar
dles society of the church, and the
recital promises to be a musical treat, j
Mr. Dunham has gained a wide repu
tation for Sunday afternoon organ re
citals, filling the auditDritim of Sinai
temple Sunday after Sunday with in
terts:ed auditors. The program of or
gan numbers will be interspersed with
k lections by a male quartet.
IVY CARD CLUB.
Members of the Ivy Card club were
entertained yesterday afternoon by
Mrs. Annie Knappe. 1003 Charlotte
avenue. Davenport. Three tables of
5"0 were played and the prizes fell
to Mrs. Charles Gantert. Mrs. Louisa
Hertelsen, Mrs. Henry Tappendorf and
Mrs. Kate Mohr. After the games a
course supper was served in the din
ing room and a very enjoyable after
noon had passed. Mrs. Henry Tap
pendorf. i2) Twenty-first street, will
be the hostess to the club in two
MRS. LONG HOSTESS PARTY.
Mrs. G. C. Long entertained a com
pany of 25 tri-city young people ftist
MOTHERS TO FORM
A CLUB TO STUDY
LIFE OF THE CHILD
Parents in School District No.
45 Plan Organization to
MILAN BOY SENDS LETTER
Dale Smith Writes of His Impressions
at Recent Short Course in
- . Agriculture.
:t will curl when urjing. j think he ni?ant anything by it at alL j
3i Orr.'s root is t:cd cs a dry j I am sure he is as fond of you as he'
shampoo. It i4 fpritil.lr-d generously : can I.e. but ho won't be fond of you!
through the hiir. then brushed out. j lent: if you have a fit every time you!
1 tar.not re.-?.i,un nd the nry shim-j think lie is th nklng of some other
poo as a reguiar thing, as it has a I girl. I
tendency to lo tb pores in the scalp, j Giw him ronie rope, and thon you j
which is bed for the hair. I nny be sure that he really cares fori
( I The or.ly way to ta!;e off freckles ! you when he prefers your company j
is to tnke off the pkin. The frecklrs i :ncst of the time.
i instrumental music was enjoyed and
in an interesting guessing contest the
prizes were awarded to Misses Doro
thea and Josephine Ruk-k of Daven
port 'and Charles Iong aitd Jessie
Herman of this city. The hostess serv
ed a nice lunch during the evening.
TO HONOR MRS. TRICKLE.
Mrs. William Iiergston at her home,
Lie:! Third avenue, entertained a com
pany of friends at a bridge party yes
terday to honor Mrs. O. E. Trickle of
Atkinson. HI., who is visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. Jonn Schmidt of Davenport.
This is one cf a sc-ries of parties that
j Is being given in honor of Mrs. Trickle.
I At 6 o'clock the hostess served a
P RE-NUPTIAL FOR MISS WUNOER.
Mrs. John V tinder r.'ertainl at a
pretty party of Tuesday night at h'.r
home. 1132 West Fourth street. Dav
enport, at a pre-uuptlal for her daugh
ter. Miss Gertrude Wucder. whose J
marriage to Robert Dearborn of this
city wiil take place the last of March.
It was a pink and white pirly. all the
dainty details of !-(( ration and re
freshments carrying out the wed
ding colors. Coves were laid for 15 !
JOLLY 500 CLUE.
Mrs. Peter I-angbehn, Jr. was the;
hostess yesterday afternoon at her
home. 1'7 Four:h avenue, Moline.
to members of the Jolly 50i club. Iu
the game of 500 the prizes were given,
to Mrs. A. Hrnke, first, Mrs. Herman
Luge. Mrs. John Hansen and Mrs.
t'.iarles Kronmilier. The hostess serv
ed a nice lunch at the conclusion of
th games. Mrs. Herman Lage. 134
Fourth avenue will be the hostess in
two weeks '.o the club.
Yesterday urtornoon at 3 o'clock ;
! took place the marriage of Miss Olive i
I Forsell of Orion and Oscar Uniting of j
out previously unobserved with dum-j cJcneseo. the ceremony being perform-;
miB dres.-eU ii bride and groom. j t.a ov jjy. p. Urodine of the Lutheran !
A number ct pro-nuptialn have been . ,.n. r'c l at tiie home of the bridf's pur-j
panned by friends for Miss Wunder. ent3 i )ricn. The bride, who is the,
among ihem. being a party to re given rl,iCet daughter cf Mr. and Mrs.
by Mrs. William Suebau and Mrs. j rharIf s porse!! has been teacher in
Frrd Class, tie event to be at thcl,. .r.. ,., crhnoU for a num-
bor of years.
home of Mrs. Schau on
i DANCE AT ROCK ISLAND CLUB.
FLAY PLEASES BIG AUDIENCE. Tfc, forir;jl ,jamMnB pftrty at the
The riay. "Iti Model Wife." given I i;0ck Island club last evening arrang
ly the Royal Daughters of the Fif- j e(j by tne club entertainment commit-
h -'uu i.ta.vu - - xee was wt-ll unvi.ut:u ouu uir
1.UJ.1JI I1II.J I . . . , . . :..!.
j-eiiinf; iii-unii uu uujirm.ir umi mivu proved tne usual enjoyaoie one. i-ipui
! every seat in tlie church. The play, j refreshments were served during tha
i which was put on by Louis Kihl, Frank; evening.
, Thompson, Elizabeth Uruchmann. An- .
i na Carlson. Hessie Hamilton. Mabel' TRINITY GUILD SESSION
; Hamp. Fred Feck. Rutli Carlson and' Mrs. George Dennett entertained 26
! Hernice Wood, w as very' creditably : niembers of Trinity guild of Trinity
; given and the characters were well ! Kpisccpal churcli yesterday afternoon
taken. Tiie vocal solos by Fred Lledt-, at her home, 931 Seventeenth street
ke and Fai Wood and tho quartet num-j at tj,e weekly sewing meeting. The
hers by Fred Robb. Rueben Carlson. , afternoon passed quickly with sewing
Emil Kuschmacn and Fal Wtx.ii w ere i aI, the serving of light lunch,
an enjoyable feature of the program. !
The entire performance will be re-; DANCE PLEASANT AFFAIR.
; pe.tteil this evening at the church, and The dancing party given by the
tiie proceeds v. ill be used for the j Brotherhood of locomotive Firemen
D I f) yi IVC CVTH 1 nnni1' I ni c r' 'a'"1 r-nginoers at Odd Fellows' hall
rAK jA NdLAiKAu U iiAKi! AIKEN strttt soclETY 7?i :.as 7
AIKEN STREET SOCIETY. i fair. About 75 couples enjoyed the
j A meeting of the Aiken Street Sew- evening dance program.
. icg society of Aiken street chapel was j
ibeld yesterday at the home of Mrs. COURTESY FOR MR. BERGER.
: F. J. Tcr.n. l23 Aiken street. South; Mrs. Minnie Holdort waa the hostess
A hne assorttuer t of I:tigeri dresse R(.k iFiind. Sixteen niembers and : t.eaiiMfullv annointed dinner last
divided in-.o ight lots and mark-'l frien.M were the guests of the after- evening at her home. 412 Fourth ave-
i...rr . inr inuai m m niawTiai i no0n and they devoted the time to nu a8 a courtesy for Joe Derger who
oile,. lawn and lini la ai! is ( and vihiting and the hotc?s ' Mi todav for Taso Robles. During
and rar.gi.'ig p srb- from Uie in -pit , erv red refreshment near the close of ' lhe evening tabl"3 were surounded at
I.ttle dre- , t-, rh.. Haborjf? i !, afternoon. Mrs. II. II. Robb, 1202 1 cmch and the hieh score favors were
'ffec--. Thirtieth street wi'l be hostess to the! elven to Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jones.
S'-:. . run from 14 in girls' lres. Horie'y ir. two weeks. !an,j tI)e consolation to Mrs. Harry
Mos'tv In, ' Celhart and Thomas Burton.
suadej of HOSTESS AT EVENING PARTY.
; M!.-!. Hertha Anderegg. at her home, ! west SIDE EMBROIDERY CLUB.
1m gm 14t:. Tentli t. last evening enter-j Members of the West Side Km-
;ta r-4 a company cf 14 young people broidery club enjoved a pleasant aft-
2rfS iwl:o 1:4,1 Com" Wl"' the luU,,l!on ot iernoon jesterday with Mrs. L. Grothe,
Z?D tenjoyicg a sleigh ride, but because the ' 70r, Thirteenth avenue as the hostess.
snow had meltr-d this part of the even- Tlie ,ime was passed with sewing and
mg s er.ienaicment nau to lie auan-
hour, the centerpiece being a
bouquet of pink and winte carnations,
little bride's lakts of flowers the
place favors and the place cards were
in nuptial designs. The lunch was
f-erved at 10:3 Joilowing an ovenin-i
at games, the f.nors g'.-ing to the
Misses tJIlie Car.t-n. Kmma Paulson,
Ammine Muller and Mrs. Xeiison.
The prizes wvre preh-n -d done up
as pink and white flowers. One of
the incidents of the evening to cause
considerable n-."rnmet't during the
supper Iiour wh the appearand- of
Ud of the gues?--wbn had s!!pped
IN LADIES' DRESSES
1 he Mothers' club idea is to be vital
ized Friday afternoon in District No.
43 of the Rock Island county schools
and another organization will be ef
fected. Miss Lou Harris, county su
perintendent of schools, said today.
This will be the eleventh society of
its character so far formed.
Mothers will assemble at the school
and hear a short program by the pu
pils aftex which they will assemble to
name officers. There w ill be a social
hour and refreshments.
To teach' the pupil to utilize time
outside of schoo". hours and especially
in the home is paramount among the
objects of the Mothers' club. Miss
Harris asserts that more responsibility
should be shifted upon students in the
home whenever it is consistent with
their surroundings and age.
Another Student Letter.
From Milan. Dale Smith writes to
Miss Harris relative to his recent trip
to Champaign to attend the short
course held at the t'niversity of Illi-1
nois. He refers to his visit as a prof
itable one and expresses thanks for
means furnished for his attendance.
The letter follows:
Milan. III.. Feb. IS. Miss Lou
Harris, County Superintendent of
Schools. Dear Madam: I wish
to thank the People's National
bank for the appointment to at
tend the short course of the Uni
versity or Illinois. My trip to the
University of Illinois was a pleas
ant as well as a profitable one.
There were 14 boys in our party.
We left home Monday morning and
reached Urbana Monday evening.
Tuesday we registered at the ag
ricultural building and were en
rolled as fihort course students.
The course consists of lectures on
different branches of farming and
the study of soils, farm products,
live stock, and farm mechanics.
The following are some of the
lectures held during the course:
Importance of Good Rotation of
The Illinois Way of Planting tho
Concrete and I;s Uses on tho
The Illinois Way of Beautifying
The lectures, a large part of
which were illustrated, were held
in the large auditorium, which is a
new building located in about the
center of the university campus.
The stock judging was held in
the large stock pavilion, which is
also a new building, not quite com
Saturday afternoon we were
shown through the most importan;
buildings, and their uses were ex
plained to us.
Wednesday afternoon the por
trait of Philip 1). Armour was in
stalled in the Farmers' Hall of
Fame, and a very interesting pro
gram was supplied.
I again wish to thank the Peb
plo's National 'bank, who made it
possible for me to attend ' the
short course cf the University of
Illinois', from which I gained val
uable Information and was taught
that agriculture should be consid
ered a very important subject m
the coming generation.
Our Great February Clearance Sale
is in full progress lasts until Feb. 28. It has been phenominally successful thus far There Is gtill
plenty of unusual bargains left. Are you getting your share? It will cerrainly pay you to investigate.
The following are only a few of the rare bargains:
$1.00 and 51.50 Combination and
Princess Slips 69c
39c Corset Covers
$1.00 and $1.50 Children's Bath
Robes and Kimonas (9c
$4.00 Children's all wool Serge
$1.98 Children's Galatea Serge
$4.00 to $6.50 Children's Winter Coats, 2 to 5
corduroy choice at
$7.50 to $10.00 Children's Coats, 6 to 10 years, 6 only, chinchilla, velvets
astrakans choice at ' ...
years, boucles, astrakans, Q
$5.00 Blue Goat Set large
03.98 Blue Goat Set
$5.00 Dress Skirts new
styles, at ,
$10 to $12.50 Winter Coats
Women's and Misses', at . . . .
ANTLER ED TRIBE
TO BANQUET 300
Elks Make Elaborate Plans for
Seventh Annual Spread
Reek Island lodge. No. S80, B. P. O.
E. will hold its seventli annual mem
bership banquet next Monday even
ing at the lodge rooms. Capt. W. A
inings wortn Knowing. .every nrteen minutes. When dim
To dispose of the tin cans in the win- j transfer to a hot platter and set ia
--pM :i '"I
ter time, burn them in your furnace
coal stoves; not only gets rid of the
cans that accumulate, but helps to
clean out the cnimriey as well.
Flower vases with long necks can
Rosenfield will act as toastmaster and ! be cleaned by filling them with hot
, , ,. . . u ,.,i water and small pieces of newspaper.
an elaborate menu is to be served. An , -, c j .
: oiiaivu iiguiuustj' auu ;uu win n.iu iuu
attendance of 300 is expected.
Hon. G. W. Scott, former mayor and
Judge F. D. Ietts, both of Davenport,
will deliver addresses and Attorney C.
E. Dietz, Axel Kchler and Andrew Ol
son, of Moline. wi'.l speak. State s
Attorney Floyed E. Thompson is also
on the program for an address. Al
though of Rock Island Mr. Thompson
is affiliated with tiie Moline lodge.
It is planned to make the banquet
one of the most festive in history.
The full membership of the order, it is
hoped, will be present to hear the
well known speakers who are carded.
i the paper will remove all the dust' and
sediment from the inside.
A hinged shelf is a great comfort to
the housekeeper in the kitchen.
Applying lemon oil to your stoves
will keep them from rusting.
Italian Pancakes Make a batter of
a cupful of. milk, three eggs beaten
light, a saltspoonful of salt, two tea-
the open oven while you thickea tie
gravy left in the pan with cornsUrci
wet with cold water, and season it
with lemon juice and a dash of oaku
juice. A little tomato catsup it an
improvement. Boil up once and pour
into a -gravy-bowl. Send to the table
with the salmon, which may be gar
nished with sprigs of parsley.
Crafton Cake Cream together three
tablespoonfuls of butter with two cop
fuls of sugar and beat into this tie
yolks of three eggs, whipped 1'ght
Add a cupful of cold water and two
cupfuls of sifted flour. Stir in, then
the whites of the eggs, beaten stift
and another cupful of flour into whici
has been sifted a heaping teaspoonfal
of nutmeg and cinnamon, mixed. Poor
sr-oonfuls of salad oil, two teaspoon- j into a ;pan and bake.
!l REALTY CHANGES II
Moline Trust & Savings bank to Mrs.
Amos Sinn, part O. L.. 4 Highland addi
tion, Moline, $415.
Philemon Mitchell by executor, to
! I. VZ. Curtis, tract in block l, oia iom n
! Stephenson, now Rock Island. $3,000.
j Elmer Apple by conservator to H. E.
I Curtis, undivided one-fifth lot 5 and 6,
' one-half r lot 7, block 3. Chicago or
Lower audition. Rock Island, $550.
Swan J. Apple et al to H. E. Curtis,
undivided four-filths lot 5 and 6 and e.
half lot 7. block 3. Chicago or Lower
addition. Rock Island, $3,S00.
fuls 6f sugar and a half cupful of white
flour. Beat hard and set aside for an
hour. Put a little butter in a frying
pan, and when very hot pour enough
batter to cover the bottom of the pan.
When brown on one side, turn and
brown on the other. Spread with jelly;
cool and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Minute Pudding Beat two eggs very I the dough in halves and spread wer
light and add a pint of flour and enough the bottom of two tins. When done
of a pint of milk to make it smooth, butter the cakes, sift over each now-
Put the remainder of the milk into a i dered sugar, and put between th?a
Orange Shortcake Sift into one aad j
one-half cupfuls of flour one-half cupful
of cornstarch, one level teaspoonful of
baking powder and one-half teaspooa
fui of salt. Rub into this with the
tips of the fingers one-third of a cup
of butter and moisten with milt
enough to make a soft dough. Divide
themselves with that as they visited.
At the close of the afternoon a deli
cious lunch was served, and the club
adjourned to meet in two weeks with
Mrs. E. F. Burcli, 1703 Twenty-ninth
thin slices of peeled oranges.
Chili Con Carni Two pounds f
steak, six red chillies, two cloves, one
tablespoonful of flour, a little gallic,
thyme, drippings. Seed the ciillie
and cover with boiling water. Sort
until tender and then scrape the palp
into a water. Cut the steak in snal
pieces and fry brown in drippings or
butter; add the flour and brown it
Cover with the chilli water, add tl
garlic and thyme. Simmer until tee
two tablespoonfuls of butter have meat is tender and the gravy is of
been meitea. tsake, covered, basting the right consistency.
to 41 for the ladle
lirlit coIr with pretty
t&n-t. blue and p!;iks.
One lot of dres.-a that
nold up to $".9i
One lot of drense that
wold up to 110. IH
One lot cf drstn fl.a
koI.1 up to JL'O.OO
One lot of dwnwi that
old up to i'.Z.0
One lot of dresses that
old up rt 130 OO
One lot of drehKes that
old up to $40.00
On lot of drekfp 1 1,
old, up to f 49 SO . . .
This is really an unusually good
offer and we mould sugirt that you
route early fur the bet picking.
' a lunch was nerved dnrlne the after-
doned and the young people upent the . noon. TI.e club meets every two weeks
evening ith a program of games and at the homes of the members,
music. Light refreshments were served !
durin- the evening. The
The Eagles will hold a dancing party
at the K-iules" hall tomorrow evening
and the alTair Is for members of the
order and their friends.
The Brotherhood of American Yeo
men, No. L'iPl. v.ill give a dancing
party at Ow.s hall, formerly Beselin's
hall, Friday evening. Feb. 20. Bleeur's
orchestra will give the dance program.
At a meeting of the Woman's Re
lief corps, held at Memorial hall in the
court house yesterday afternoon a
committee was appointed to draft res
olutions protesting against the dese
cration of the American flag. This
committee will report at the next ses
sion. Next Wednesday afternoon the
corps will meet in monthly social ses
sion at the court house.
buttered saucepan; add a little salt
and when it comes to a boil, add light
ty the egg and the flour mixture. Let
it cook well and serve immediately
with the following simple sauce. Rich
milk or cream sweetened to taste and
flavored with nutmeg.
Baked Salmon Wipe the fish with
water. Rub with a little salad oil
George W. Ross and wife to Henry and sprinkle with salt and pepner.
V. Pope, $2,500, lot 24, block 170, east Lay in a baking pan and dash over
Moline. it a cupful of boiling water in which
C. W. Hmk and wire to r . h. Jtaus-
back and S. A. Cartwright, undivided
one-third lot 3 aud. 4, block 157, East
Reinier C. Eroekoneger to Charles
G. Lundberg and wife. Huntoon & Sor
ting's addition. Moline, lot 1 and 2, se.
60 feet. $2,000.
Luelia F. Howlett to Mike Goodrich,
lot 11. block 5, R. S. Woodburn's addi
tion, Moline, $1.00.
Elmer II. Stafford to Alfons De
Doncker, lot 22, block 17, first addition,
William Stuhr to Walter W. Ransom,
lot 1. block "B," Prospect Park. $350..
Peter Pau!sen and wife to Metes Ol
choff. lot 4. block 2. Brooks' first addi
tion. Rock Island, $1.
Emiel Van Waes and wife to Cyriel
Sonneville, lot 8, block 2, Greim's sec
ond addition. Moline, $1.
Louis Sonneville and wife to Marie
Cocquyt, lot 3, block 2, Blackman's ad
John D. Chambers to Hugh T. Cur
tis, undivided one-fourth interest in
evening. The guests;
Mijses Ruth South. Agnes Seisig.
Fried! Nues.-!l. Grace By singer, Har
riett HanMiaw. Anna AnderegK and
Inr.a lfi'rfard and Harry Dodson.
Glenn Moore. Ben Sperb"k. Alvin
Load-! Lrrrjin Miller. Ucukrd Olson
i and Herbrrt Fotch.
I ? Mi
for Ha rtWoman & Child,
HOSTESS TO O. D. L. CLUB. I
Oss last evening to the O. D. L. club
members in honor of Misa Lily Schultz,
entertaining at her home. 2106 Fourth
avenue. A pleasant evening was pass
ed with guessing contests iu which the
flrit prize went to Miss Etnma Kloc
kau and MisH Mary Schuitz the booby,
and a four course luncheon was serv
ed after the games and music.
part block 2, old town of Stephenson,
Elizabeth G. Griggs and husband to
Hugh E. Curtis, undivided one-fourth
interest in part block 2, old town of
Mary Agnes Gilmore to Hugh E.
Curtis, undivided one-fourth interest in
part block 2, old town of Stephenson,
divided onefourth interest in part
divide done-fourth interest in part
block 2, old town of Stephenson, $1. :
William Brooks and Charles E,
Brooks to Carl A. Johnson, west 30
feet lot C, Third addition Brooks' Grove,
Reck Island. $500. - ;
People's Savings Bank & Trust com
pany to Dalton II. Duncan, lot 113,
North Highland, South Moline, $300. .
Moline Trust & Savings Bank to
Elmer A. Samuelson. part outlot 5,
Highland addition, Moline, $400.
Elmer A. Samuelson to H. Robert
Samuelson, part outlot 5, Highland ad-
dition, Moline, $1.
Sam Gurewitz and wife to Hirsh
Gurewitz, undivided - one-half interest
in lot 1, H. Kroeger's sub-division of
outlot 17. section 3G, 18. 2w, $1.
William T. Hartz and wife. William
i A. Smith and wife and Charles B. Mar-
Good-bve sore feet, bumincr feet, awol- ! Fha11 to Hobert S. Woodbum, lot 1.
HOW "TiZ" HELPS
L TIRED FEET
feet lot 7, in sub-division of north halt
southwest quarter, section 28, 17, 3i
WilUam Butterworth and wife '
Mary E. Metzgar, right of way over lots
1 and 2, block 3, Atkinson s Park addi
tion, Moline, $1.
Mary E. Metzgar and husband to
William Butterworth, right of way ora
lotst 1 unrt 2. hloclc 3. Atkinson's Pa1
addition. Moline. $1.
James H. Murphy, et al., to Julio
H. Kolman, lot C. Murphy & SparkJ
addition, Moline, $900.
LICENSED TO WEDj
Louis Viaene Xa
Miss Iena Sansale MoliM
Daniel W. Wahlberg Rock Islani
Miss Theresa M. Nelson.. Rock IsUb
HOST TO MERRY COMPANY.
Glenn Moore entertained a company
of Rock Islar.d and Moline friends last
erening at nu nomc. Fourteenth, OAK HILL SOCIAL CLUB.
ire.-i. Moime. ' l" evening us Oak Hill Socl.-.l club member'; were
p. ;.t :t!i n u-ic at d dai; Ii.g and a the guext of Mrs. D. Williams. 1530
jto-coure suppr as erve1 by th- -Twenty-eighth street at a delightful
, mother of the ho-t at a late hour. : .o.'n! yewrerdaT afternoon. The ladle
i Tnone prentnt were 'lie MUics Nel-i brought Uie.r fancy work and busied
The Skin and Not the Blcod.
Until recently it has been a gen-1
erany accepted theory that eczema i
was a disease of the blood. Sclen-'
tunc investigations have taught us
that eczema is positively a Ekin dis
ease and curable through the skin
alone. Meritol Eczema Remedy is
applied directly to the diseased skin.
Do not. delay trying Meritol Eczema
Remedy. II. O. Rolfs. Rock Island,
HI exclusive agent (Adv.)
len feet, eweaty feet, smelling feet, tired
Good-bye corns, callouses, bunions and
raw spots. No
more shoe tight
ness, no more
pain or drawing
up vour face in
agony. "TIZ" H
right off. "TIZ''
block 5. Island View Heights addition
Reck Island. $1,200.
Joseph E. Bode?n and wife to Rob
ert S. Woodbum. northwest quarter,
section 2, 17. 2w, Eleventh avenue and
Ninth street. Rock Island, $1.
Wilhelmiaa Treichler and husband
to Edward W. Chuskey. lot 7. block K.
Edge wood Park, Rock Island, $1.
Ne.ls Ekluud and wife to Hazel I
Peterson, lot 6. block 1, Third Whee-
drawsout alltlie(iock Fifteenth street add.. Moline. $1.
r. , f v. Hazel L. Peterson to Nela Eklund
tTse i aud wlfe ,ot fi b!ork Th'rl Whel-
Three Months Frtm.
Subscriptions to Indian River Farm-
er. for truckera. fruit grower, central
farmers and folks who wnt to know-
about Florida. AUdrets Icdiau Ri-.cr
Farucr. Vtro. 11a. (Air.;
ticim which puil
111) the feet
"1 1Z" and for- i ock Fiftcrath street addition, Mol'ne, ;
A h ! how com- j ' 1
Get a 25 cent i Grant M. Bessee. by administrator, to
pet your foot misery,
fortable your feet feel.
fox ,.t iu now at any druggist or : Etta Bepsee. lo: 10 aad part lot 9
ilTr'::::;11 .?,ov Vi,n t ;u:r,cr: .? u . k. ciy. n addition. ?
- mi, nut mat never
feWrll. IlPVcr ltnrt not...- ..,. 4
year s foot romfort iru&jr&iitx! nr
i Lud.-. ig BennelsU r and uife to Bald!
i Dt Buyser, west hair, southeast ntiar-l
1 A ,
i 1 it
You can't tell because i
one that ia the older retail
the natural color and IusW
of her hair by using
U 11 iiJA 113
It rmtcrc Batumi to
faded Antr. It mdln Ua
cfeanM th. alp. Kl r",fT.
tlY!y caaruntoHl. Your
luitJ iurciui price. U umW""
5lr K4 Jl t JrttShU.. Wtk "ftj.
1 ilt, .-: ion 27. 17, 2v: also north oD j