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Racine Journal News (Newspaper) - July 12, 1913, Racine, Wisconsin The Quot Racine journal news saturday afternoon july 12,1913. Hits in lows first prize for Selling the most planters during 1913, Hugh Mcmullin of the Kansas City Branch and third prize s. D. Estep of the Virginia Branch. Responses to toasts were made by l. A Burns general sales manager William Soberg vice president e. 8. Wilson superintendent m. 8chibsby. Manager of the Minneapolis Branch and others. Three special cars took the salesmen to the Case demonstrating farm South of the City yesterday afternoon where several new farm machines were tried out. The most interesting machine was the new Wal lace tractor for gang Biti feast kit a weeks stay at Home Plant Foh inspiration Ano instruction. Prizes Art a a red to salesmen having of St records for the past year a Many agents honoured for Long service Witt firm. Real estate transfers for the week ending thursday july to 1913 compiled by the j. W. Knight abstract co for the week ending july la 1913. Compiled by the j. W. Knight attract company. The great Northern realty company to Margaret Pinard and Peter Pinard her husband. Lots 12 and 13, Block i North Racine Caledonia warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Louis w. Peterson and wife Jennie to Louis Aller and Emma Aller his wife. Lot 14 Block 29, Racine land and improvement company s addition. Warranty deed. Con one of the important gatherings in the history of the j. I. Case plow works practically came to a close last Hight with a banquet in the commercial club Hall More than 125 being present. The affair was an annual convention of those in the j. I. Case plow works organization directly interested Iii increasing sales during the year j a do ration $1.00, Etc. 1914. These men embrace managers and travellers of the big corporation from almost every state. Meetings have been held every Day during the week in the factory building tor instruction. Henry m. Wallis president of the j. I. Case Plom works was the toastmaster. Has remt Frabie growth from a very Small concern the j. I. Case i mow works has grown to one of the largest and most important in the world in the manufacture of plows and agricultural implements. The product goes to every farming Section of America and Many countries of Europe. One of the impressive scenes at the banquet was the a Honor table a at which were seated men All of whom have been in the pm Case plow works for from thirty five years. Charles Kuentzel v As Given the Post of Honor having been in the Case employ for thirty five years. The Honor agents follow service of 20 to 25 years mat mares Michael Coulch Asa Parker John l. Dunn we. Rosman John Meyer James c. Peterson aug. Hollensteine Louis Martin Frank Radditz John lamer Meyer Miloneck Chas. Krause has. Killberg service of 25 to 30 years f Ile Jensen a. N. Larson k urn Mer aug. Berg John Sonnack gust Lang Chas. I it use in j. Spring Martin Laughlin service of so to 35 years Chas. Kuentzel Chas. Rosenquist Thomas Hay single to Louis Petersen and Lawrence. Hansen. Lots 7 and 8, Block 40, Racine land and improvement company a sub. No. 2. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00, Etc. Isaac o. Mann and wife and Richard r. Birdsall and wife to William b. Pratt and wife Louise Pratt. Lots 1-2-3-4, Block 6, South Lawn addition. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00, Etc. The greater Racine land company to Lydia a. Lehman. Lot 14, Block i greater Racine addition. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00, Etc. Walter s. Haven Frank l. Haven Gilbert r. Tait and wife by William c. Hood their attorney and William c. Hood and wife to Bartel Johnson. Lot 13 and is lot 12, Block 12, West a a a it a i Lawn addition. Warranty deed. Con i ploy of the aside ration $1.00, Etc. Twenty to. Louis Peterson and Lawrence Han son and wife to Sophus Nelson and wife Sophia. Lot 52, Block 2. Fairview Park. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00, Etc. Lily Mitchell widow to Charles h. Lee part Block 4 4, Section 16, Racine. Warranty deed. Consideration $10,000.00. Isaac o. Mann and wife and Richard r. Birdsall and wife to August Zechel and wife Anna. Lots la and 12, Block 5, South Lawn addition. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00, Etc. John Huening widower to Fred Winters part Sei Section 36-4-19. Quit claim deed. Consideration $1.00. Christensen and wife Alide m. Part Block i Gorton a sub. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Simon t. Nelson widower to Herman Gold and wife Bertha. Lot 111 and no lot 114, Stella addition. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. P. C. Maibohm and wife to Anna p. Larsen. Lot4, Block 7, Jay Eye see land company s sub. No. 3. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Frank Houdek and wife to Joseph Kucera and wife Anna part lots 16 and 17, Palmeter a sub. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Lewis j. Evans and wife to Hans r. Petersen. Lot 17, Block 8, College addition. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Lucina a. Ross to William Jensen and wife Mary. Lot i Block 3, Sylvan Dell land company a sub. No. I. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Mat b. Matson and wife to h. Clinton Case. Part Section 33-4-23. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Fulton Thompson and wife and r. G. Harvey and wife to Fred w. Studey and wife. Lot 1a Block i Erie addition. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Over body and head. Sore spots on Arm and shoulders. Scratched until they bled. After using cd Timur soap and ointment a week eczema left her 913 s. Hackley St., Muncie ind. A a a when my Little girl was a tiny baby she broke out in Little Fine pimples Here and there Over the body and head. They would be about the size of a Quarter after they were broken out and would form a Scab for a week or More. Then the scabs would begin to Peel off. The disease would itch and give her much trouble. As she grew older they would spread until some places would be As Large As a half Dollar. Her clothes seemed to make the sores Burn and itch. The sore spots were on the top of her Arm and two on her shoulders. She would scratch them until they would bleed. Sometimes in combing her hair it would come out. A a i used for a while but it did not seem to be any Good and i used also without result. She continued to break out with Tho eczema until i wrote for a Sample of Cuti Eura soap and ointment and used them. I purchased some More and the scabs came off and i could comb them out of her hair and it healed up just finely. After using Cuti Eura soap and ointment a week the eczema left signed mrs Laura Graves nov. 27, 1912. For treating poor complexions red rough hands and dry thin and failing hair Cuti Cura soap and Cuti Eura ointment have been Tho Worms favourites for More than a generation. Sold by druggists and dealers throughout the world. Liberal Sample of each mailed free with 32-p. Skin Book. Address Post card a ecu Mieura dept. To a semen who shave and shampoo with cd Sicura soap will had it Best for skin and Scalp. Robt. Bim melor Geo. Gondert Gunter Kittelson Chas. Mohr John Hammerer Gottlieb Heinrich for All motors taking Down motors and putting them up again is one of the costliest items of Upkeep. And the Best motors when improperly lubricated need this attention too often. Polarine obviates this necessity by perfectly lubricating All parts. It flows freely even at Zero. It for 35 years James m. Reed Andrew growling John Gulbronson those rating gust Rosenquist h. Frank j. Janecky John Chapman tending the banquet were h. M. Wallis we. Sobey la. M. Wallis jr., w. M. La venture i. X. Bins f. H. De in a Rev Mark Hooper Chas. V. A Arter p. R. Bor men Ltd Lem w. Michael e. C. Wilson Jerome i. Case. Local travelling salesmen w. L. Williams. Wisconsin. J. H. Hagenah Wisconsin. G. M. Case Illinois. A. L. Meyer Illinois. W. A. Biekel Iowa. J. La. Norton Iowa. Nelson pen., Iowa f. P. Shean Iowa. J. M. Murray Ohio. J. C. Whiteford Ohio. J. H. Rizor Ohio. J. A. Hamilton expert. Cleveland a. M. Wallis or. R. 0. Hendrickson. Chicago a. Walton Heegstra. Kansas City i. W. Eckstein f. E. Sherwin Hugh Mcmullin f. S. A Moss w. A. Duncan e. E. Holland we. Starr it w. A. Hood a. A. Ellis m. Mcculloch. Minneapolis a. Schibsby w. C. Warren w. A. Conley e. S. Mun Holand f. A. Cote Sewell Peterson w. T. Wilson w. North c. L. Babcock. Minneapolis a. C. Hazard. S. G. Stickney j. J. Marsh o. B. Pederson. S. E. Heinous. Omaha of. J. Hindelang h. J. Huber. John Hazelrigg. W. O. Penrose c. W. Clark w. In Holland. St. Louis a. C. Weyland Felix gamier. W. J. Himes. It. Clayton t. J. Hicklin h. D. Warden. Indianapolis a. A. Fellows Frank Beeson Herbert Darr w. W. Yager. Baltimore a. P. Farr. S. P. Estep. J. If. Staup. W. G. Spurrier. C. B. Mayo. In m. Wallis president of Tho plow works on the behalf of the company presented m. Schibsby manager of the Minneapolis Branch office with a Loving cup for making the most sales during the year. The cup will be retained by the Minneapolis Branch for one year. Or. Wallace also complimented the Honor men upon their Long and faithful service with the company and assured them that if they Ever needed help of any kind the company would deem it a pleasure and a privilege to help them. Other prizes were awarded As Foi Quot so forget it i i no More indigestion no More constipation no More bilious Ness if you will Only keep the digestive system working properly by the regular use of Hostetter a i stomach bitters you should try it today. No tymm is Fred Winters and wife to Nicholas a haupers. Part lots 2-3-4-s, Block 23, Waterford. Warranty deed. Consid iteration $3,000.00. William Wolff to Arthur Wood. Lots i i and 2, Blek i Wolff a third and edition. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Otto Hillman and wife Ernest Hillman and wife Bertha Las co Al i Bort Hillman single Emma nosher Mary Gie Ltd a and Carrie Thompson to Herman Kolwey. Lot 3, Block 0, Perkins . Warranty deed. Consideration $2,000.00. George w Rowntree and wife to Charles c. To entree. Fart a of Section 13, and part swi Section 17-j-20. Warranty deed. Consideration $1. 0 and. Jennie m. Nelson and husband to William h. Nelson. Part lot 2, Block 24, Sage s addition. Warranty deed consideration $1.00, Etc. William h. Nelson and wife to h. P. Sorensen. Part lot 2, Block 24, sages addition. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. J is Jorgensen and wife tall. I. Hansen lot 91, Fairview Park. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Harry l. Goldberg and wife to George p. Henningsen end wife. Lot 74. Fairview Park. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. James c. Johnson and wife to i Murray s. Barr and wife. Sadie. Part j lots 21 and 22, Block 18, Linden a Many a sub. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00, Etc. Hiram j. Smith a re wife to Lolita i a Skon and life. Anna j. Lot 2, j Block 3, a Ivan land company a i sub. No. I. Warranty deed. Con Side ration 51.00 and. Lakeside improvement company to John Bolik. Lot to Block 12, Lakeside. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. A. Morey and wife to Fred Miller brewing company. Lot 12, Block 34, Racine land and improvement company a addition. $1.00 and. Isaac Lea Nicholson and Lewis m. Ogden trustees under the will of Isaac Lea Nicholson deceased to Ruth Bush. Lots 30 and 31, Block 16, North Racine. Warranty deed. Consideration $160.00. Nellie Winters to Silas Nelson and wife. Lot 64, Fairview Park. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00. James o Brien to Henry Scholzen part lot 6, Kidder and youths sub. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. In incent Panyk and wife to Lawrence Kottal and wife. Mary. Part lot 5, Block 27, Wrights addition. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Charles w. Bush and wife to Charles Gutknecht. Lot i Block 6, Franksville. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Gertrude Erdman. Formerly Gertrude Grover to Peter Cramer and wife Mabel l. Part Block 79, Section 16, Racine. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. T Carl no Larson and wife to Peter c. Maibohm and wife. Part lot 8, Caryl a sub. Of part b 53, Section 16. Racine. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Louis a. Skow and wife to William Jensen and wife. Mary. Lot 2, Block 3, Sylvan Dell land company s sub. No. I. Warranty deed. Consideration $1.00 and. Charles h. Buchholtz and wife to Roy o. Gulbronsen. Siel wine i and swjswjne1 Section 12-4-19, 30 acres. Warranty deed. Consider a Tion $2,700.00. Herman Gold and wife to Jens a it maintains the Correct lubricating body at any motor Speed or heat. Polarine is used in hundreds of thousands of motors of every Type in every climate and temperature. It is sold everywhere so tourists can get it no matter where they happen to be. For motorcars Utor trucks and motor boats a the finest Oil that a made today by the world s Chi spec text its after 50 tears experience Totich every kind of friction problem. Insure a Low Upkeep Cost insure your car s maximum re Sale value a insure uninterrupted motoring pleasure by Ustine Polarine. Standard Oil company an in Sana of to a Tio i Makar of special lab cat Ioil Lor leading end ring Aai Mommi work of Tea world iou 275,577 is the number of a motor that left our factory one Bright morning not Long ago. It was a wonderful motor the result of a big and unmatched experience. And the a thousand or More motors we Are building every Day Are exactly like it. More than 275,000 Fords now in services convincing evidence of their wonderful Merit. Runabout $525 touring car $600 town car $800�?f. O. B. Detroit with All equipment. Get interesting a Ford times from factory. Dept. F., Detroit Ford motor company. Gunther amp Laux Ford garage phone 4279. 921-923 Washington ave. Did you know that the theatres Are closed ? a a Teddy so has the big show now High Dat Maskinas eater in every evening. Always sew thing new. solid Comfort a Hammock $1.50 up to $5.00 Large sizes with comfortable head rest deep and made of Strong comfortable As they we attractive in appearance in a1 colors. The separator question is one of interest to every Farmer. We have demonstrated to others and will to you the superiority of the sharpies and u. S. Separators. We handle gasoline engines that will run your separator and pump at the same time. Falkenrath amp Polit 1215-1217 Douglas ave. Are you going away ? if you intend to go away on your vacation it is imperative that you give special attention to your laundry. You can be sure that your Linen will be spotlessly clean if you Send it to the West Side laundry. Done to forget because you know people Are judged by their appearance. A who does your laundry Quot Racine. Wis. Phone 261 i Excelsior wins again ii Glen Stokes of los Angeles on an Excelsior was the big card saturday night at the Milwaukee motor dome winning the three mile professional race in 2 06 4-5. He also won the five mile event in 3 38 1-5. One second hand Thor in Good condition .$95 one Indian twin .$125 one Harley Davidson Chain drive .$175 one twin Excelsior in Good condition .$190 one Harley Davidson single.$125 one Excelsior single Belt drive .$75 phone i n pier run v in 1024 state i 874 la in. Lute la ill la. Street ii everybody a Happy because sunday june 20, they Are All going to attend the great water carnival at Wisconsin a greatest summer resort the rapids come out and enjoy yourself plenty of boats and canoes steam launch soft drinks refreshments Good picnic grounds c. Jepson proprietor Jepeway Pant orium a a Hie 6% guaranteed first mortgage Gold Bonds offered for the past 23 years by l. D. Miller amp co., insurance real estate and loan agents Are More desired by the Racine Public than any other form of real estate mortgage offered these Loans Are recorded free of charge and the interest collected and paid you at their office promptly. We have Loans now for Sale in amounts $30<k $400, $500, $600, $700, $800. $900, $1,000 interest 6% net to you. Old. Miller amp co. Is Nam str St Racine wis. A drop in Coffee might be appreciated financially but not otherwise. Still even a Coffee stain pm a dress can be quickly removed by us. Done to worry Over the stains. Let us take the garment and remove every sign of the Accident for Yon. We Are Quick and. Thorough in our work and most reasonable in charges. We Dean All kinds of garments lace curtains Etc., at Low Cost. I just what ii you want in summer shoes at present is scarce. We have them coming in daily and can give you what you want almost to a certainty. A a a Johnson amp i Kuehnemann ii 604 state St. And 3 1352 Wash. Ave. 3 Lee Cream neapolitan special is the Brick for tomorrow. Delicious chocolate fresh crushed strawberries and Vanilla. Everybody likes this. At Alf red Cross Eta wis. St. A phone a 710 William Peirce manufacturer and dealer in Granite and Murbie monuments. Successor to Crotsenburg Monument works. Office and show rooms Corner Kynzie ave. And Osborne blvd. Temporary office 108 6 the St. Racine wis. No Bone corsets boned with a triple wire Rustproof non breakable stay. Admit of Freedom of motion yet retain their shape permanently. Made to order. Make an appointment with mrs. J. Al Foxwell phone 1707 1617 Wisconsin St. Finks livery phone 380 7 the and Wisconsin the Only of to Date livery and Rny a Quot a $�51 sales stable in tile City. Class service guaranteed. Prices the Home of Good horses

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