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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1010.
Open India Christinas Box. cut. Mrs. F. A. Smith gave extracts j 4 will have a discussion on the ques-
The Kate Hill, Missionary society ! from, letters telling of the mountain- j t ion. "Why Are There Different Po
of the United Presbyterian church j eers in the south. Miss Rosabel Stew- j nominations in the Church?" Dr. H.
met with the Ladies' Missionary so- art told of Syria and also told of the j v. Reed will speak and lead the dis
ciety at the parsonage last evening. ; Indian school at Tuseon, Arizona, and j i-llssi0n. which will no doubt be both
The devotional exercises were led by the work being done there. Mrs. lid la ; instructive and interesting.
anss, fclia .AiuiaCK anu tne program
Mulack and the
was in charge of Miss Tillie Toen
niges. The subject being India, in
teresting articles on that country
were read by Miss Ruth Vance. Miss
Mabel Simpson and Miss Mary Mol
ler. A letter from Miss Kate Hill,
missionary to India, had been re
ceived for this meeting and was read
by the leader. After the business
cf the society, the Christinas box
sent by .Miss Hill to the members,
was opened and each member re
ceived a bracelet, such :js is worn by
the Hindu women. There was a.
r.ieiyy time trying to find a bracelet
to tit. The box also contained a
Christmas letter, which was read by
Miss Mildred Warnock.
Hart -Thompson Wedding.
At the p'arsonage of the Holy Cross
Cicrm;:ii Lutheran church. Davenpor'
yeirtei day noon was celebrated tli,
marriage t" Miss Kl fzahet h Dorothy
Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Thompson of the Middle road.
Pelmont. to Henry Hart;: of Pleasan'
A "alley. Rev. Herman P. Creif officiat
ing. The young people had a wedding
luncheon, and then drove to the home
oi the bride at Belmont, where an ev
ening dinner and reception was held,
with pome ?." relatives and friend? as
guests. The bride's dress was of white
irKssaiine silk, trimmed with lace, and
I.avire a round yoke of the kice. She
carried bride's roses. The &room is a
ire; ai'.d the ynnnc people will m
1" on his farm just back of Vallev
KntSi'x Hand Tea.
Rush's haiid of '.roadway Presay
teij;.n church was en'er'ained yes'er
aftct no. hi at the home of Mrs.
lames MeXanmra. 1 "." Twentieth
street, :!" of t'le momber being pres
How Long Are You Go
ing to Continue Cough
ing and Weakening
Sn Aecd of it. When Yon Can
Make ; Pint of Laxative
Curative Cen:u,h Syrup
The only way
chronic or acute
lungs, sore ihroa
etc.. is to get a m
t;; c;;ro a
coid on the
will at once ;eiit e the !;
and congestion resficnsible fur
the cough (which is oniy a
symptom of iiifiamination and
then proceed to restore the
blood and membranes to a
healthy state., A fine laxative,
curative cough syrup, which
will delight anw one who tries
it. can be made at home cheap
ly. It beats ordinary cough
syrups a hundred to one, be
cause it does not sicken or con
stipate. Obtain of your druggist, or
have him order from the
wholesaler, 2 12 ounces essence
Mentho-Laxone. Kmpty it into
a pint bottle. Then make a
syrup with a pint of granulat
ed sugar and a half pint of
boiling water and put on fire
and let it come to a boil. Then
cool and fill up pint bottle and
you will agree with the writ
er that it makes the finest,
quickest, active cough syrup
you have ever tried. And it
not only relieves, but cures.
The dose is a teaspoonful 8
to 10 times daily, or. as requir
ed. Give children less accord
ing to age.
1PRWIII HI ll.uu
' . ' ' - ;
jjpng to age. jfj
A New School for Rock Island
Richardson Ladies' Tailor and Dressmaking School has open
ed a permanent school at 1719 Second avenue, over Cramp
ton's book store. Any one interested in high art dressmak
ing should not fail to secure this knowledge. You can make
your own clothes for the coming season absolutely free at
the Richardson Dressmaking school if you take a full course
of instruction and learn the Richardson tailor system. You
are cordially invited to visit our school. Patterns cut to your
measure. Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings
from 7 to 9 Daily 8:30 to 5 p. m.
i iuiiu was piete-iu aim ine.--.-cw
Swedish costume gave a group
bweuisn torn songs. uiaa anu .mims
McNamara pleased with a
violin and piano ducts. At 5 o'clock '
lunch was served by the committee ir. j
elects With Mrs. Sutlcy.
The Francis Wiilard union of the
W. T. C. I . met Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Harry Sutley.
Oil Fortieth street. The topic for
the afternoon was "Accuracy of
Prophecy" and it was lead by Mrs.
Alice Cornwall. Christ's birth was
the prophecy taken and the mem
bers all took part, some finding the
prophecy given in the bible, the
others finding the history. Mrs. Sut
ley served a delicious supper at the
completion of the afternoon's pro
gram. The next meeting will be
in with Mrs. Clarence Trevor.
.1 a n .
F.iilertaiit at Afternoon Cards.
Mrs. F. A. I.ischer and the Misses
. I.ischer entertained at a pretty party
Tuesday at their home on Hrady srree'.
Davenport. VI tables being surrounded
by guests at TitiO and bridge games.
The Christmas decorations prevailed,
with winter berries, holly, roses and
carnations in the brilliant teds of the
season. Refreshments were served a'
ine small tables after the g:m'S. The
par'y was one of a series, as Mrs.
I.i.-cher and hr daughters entertained
yesterday afternoon at cards at which
There were eii'hi tables.
DIRECT "FOR" YEAR
Committee of the Rock Island
Young- Men's Christian As
NEW CLASS IS GRGANIZED
liusim-s-. College Students Art'
hers Colonel P. I-:. Holp
lie Heard in Lecture.
M. C. .
-y U. ('. Smediey of the Y.
has just p''-ted the list of
men who win
act as directors and
for the year begin
ning with the present month. The
directors and committeemen are as
Directors- rrosnlent i. itiaKs
iee. Vice President C. P. MeLaue,
Secret ".ry Ir. W. K. Martin. Treas
urer B. II. Wilson. Ii. B. Hayden, A.
.1. Burton, R. A. Vaughn, Louis Os
trom. I. J. Green.
Advisory Committee 11. K. Cas-
)j teel. L. S. MiCabe. S. S. Davis.
(! 1 Executive Committee H. 15. Hay
jjjden, B. II. Wilson, H. K. Walker,
j I Finance Committee Dr. Louis
lOstrom, C. E. Sharp. F. K. Ilboads.
(jil. .1. Green, Dr. W. E. Martin.
Religious Work A. J. Burton, W.
(1 J. Beardsley. Dr. .1. II. Nichols.
Educational Work I. .1. Greeu, C.
K. Mixter. Dr. A. N. Mueller.
I'hysical Work Dr. W. E. Martin,
II. C. Fulmer, A. E. swann.
Membership Committee R. A.
Vaughn. .1. G. Lamp, Albert Cook.
A. W. Coulter.
fiOCiai CjOUlliUliee v.. I. .hiijuuc,
!a. L. Bruner. Homer F. Hinkley,
j William M. Stewart.
Boys' Work Committee B. H.
i Wilscjn. H. E. Shifrer. Norman Kerr.
! I. ret lire on nlifnrnln.
Colonel P. E. Holp of Chicago, lec
j turer and traveler, will be heard at the
auditorium tomorrow evening in his
I lecture on "California." Colonel Holp
.-. , r. 1 M I ,i .
is announced as "a famous lecturer
and entertainer whose studies of the
Pacific coast country and the great in
terior valleys of California qualify him
to speak with the authority of an ex-
pert." The lecture is superbly Illus
trated wi'h a large number of stereop
ticon views, which tell the story with
little help from the speaker, and which
are well worth seeing. The lecture is
scheduled to begin at 8 o'clock, and is
open to everyone, both men and wo
men, free of charge.
Oimpflrc Talk for Floy.
All boys are invited to attend the j
second in the series of campflre talks j
which will be given tomorrow evening. !
S. D. Cleland ha? been secured to tell
stories of the war times, and thus an
enjoyable evening is assured. Some-
llilllil HHU ,
Willi I JJUIII
thing novel is promised in the way of
decorations and arrangement of the
room, which will be most appropriate
to the subject of Mr. Cleland's talk. It
was found that the older men were as
much interested in the talk recently
given by Charles Ficbig as the boys
were, and so it has been decided to
open the occasion this week to men as
well as boys, and all will be welcome
to hear Mr. Cleland. The talk will be
given at 7 o'clock, and will close in
time for those who wish to attend the
lecture on "California"' which is to be
given in the auditorium, at S.
Program for Sunday,
For next Sunday afternoon the pro
gram is even more attractive than us
ual. The boys are to have Rev. E. T.
McFarland for their speaker at the B.
G M. at 2:30. and the Sunday club at
,,.,, Mmlrntu Form In",
( oiicsr Minimi Form la.
Tuesday night a new . gymnasium
. HaaQ rtP,ani,A(1 , fllP v t. , A.
and as it is made up entirely of pupils
of the Tri City Business college it will
be known as the business college class.
ilt will meet Tuesday and Thursday
'nights of each week. C. E. Oilman, di
rector of physical training at the asso
ciation, says that the work of the class
j will differ from that of the other class
ics, inasmuch that there will be no
! regular class drills, but the greater
:part of the time of the class will be
devoted to special work for the recre
ation of the members. Basketball will
' he the special work of the class and
from the membership, which is at
present 1:!. it is hoped to organize t vo
teams. The association membership
now numbers "SS. iust 12 members
cir. ho cr.-i -iirct.n ti- ttio n'tii-
lOin'ii I.. "t . , . .... .
cers of the association at the begin-
ning of the season's work. It is hoped i
that the membership will be 4t'ti bv-,
fore the first of the new year. i
TO BE ORGANIZED
ev Society of the I'irst Methodist
Church to Be Perfected This
Fv en i hi;.
ig at ; o'clock in ihe as
of the First Methodist
will be a supper for the
men of the congregation. The meet
ing is to be held for the purpose of
coir. plot i it g the organization of a Men's
Brotherhood. Two previous meeting.-
have been held to complete prelimin
ry steps for such organization, and a
large number of men. including those
of other congregations as well as of
the First Methodist church, have been
invited to join the movement The
committee in charge of the arrange
moms for this evening's meeting has
prepared a good program, and it i:i)
dudes addres.-es by well known men.
William .lackson. member of the Fiist
Methodist chure'n. and who for years
l;as been identified
The church, will be
wiih the work of
one of the speak
crs. Dr. Alexander Smith, suporin
tencirnt of the Rock Island district of
the Firs! Methodist church, will be
another spcaki r. Dr. Fayette L.
Thompson, formerly pastor of St.
John's Methodist church of Davenport,
now of New York, will delive r the .
principal address of the evening. Dr.
Thompson is a general secretary of!
the Men's Brothei hood of the Method-'
ist church and is well known through
1 out the country as an organizer of the :
, movement. It is expected that he will
suggest a number of points to be fol-
lowed in perfecting organization.
Tomorrow evening the Men's Broth-j
. crbood of the Memorial Christian:
church will gather for supper ar the j
'. church and following the supper there
: will be a program which will include i
an address by Rev. S. M. Perkins, pas- i
tor of the First Christian church of
: Davenport. His subject will be "Ev-1
cry body Works But Father." From!
j the subject it can readily be seen that
I the address will advance new ideas j
j for the men to think about and so will j
! he well worth hearing. A. D. Sperry, I
! president of the Broadway Presbyter- j
ian Men s club, will be another of the j
speakers, and in his address will tell
of the work of the organization of
which he is thp head.
At 7 o'clock tomorrow evening there j
will be a supper at the church under '
the direction of the Men's league of
the Fnited Presbyterian church, to
which all men of the congregation and i
church are invited. Following the sup
per there will be a social
talks by men of the club.
hour and i
Licensed to Wed
Miss Edna Hoffman
f Harry F. Biles
! Miss Myrtle Hagermann . .
John F. Hammer .. South Rock Island
j Miss Amanda E. Verme Moline
A Public Danger and Why Care
Should Be Taken.
Figures that have just been com
piled by experts show that almost
half the number of pneumonia cases
end in death. This is the pneumonia
season and neglect of colds which
are prevalent is in most cases the!
is in most cases tne
! origin of the
disease. When you
jtake "cough balsams" or
syrups " j
containing deadly drugs that weaken
I the body, you are inviting pneu
; raonia. Without these drugs Father
! John's Medicine cures colds and pre
! vents pneumonia. It is composed of
pure food elements which nourish
i and build up the body, giving
strength to ward off disease. It is
I not a patent medicine but a physi-1
eian's prescription. Fifty years in i
HOW TO DO, NOT
TO DODGE WORK
This Should Be Object of Edu
cation Prof. Kindley Tells
TALKS OF COUNTRY SCHOOL!
Methods of Instruction I -as Behind
the Times Institute at Port
i Port Byron, 111., Deo. 15. (Special) j
i With an attendance that packed the
!hall the Rock Island County Farmers' j
: institute closed last evening- Prof E.
jS. Kindley of Davenport talked on;
i country ociioois ot 1 ouay, ana re-
! ports were made to the institute by
! u , .
ucuung aim tajiui iicvit-n, iu
rui i ii) i un Kcauemy s'.uueius iiq
were appointed by -the institute ofiic -
T- 1 -. . j . . t
ers to attend the short course m agri
culture at the state fair at Springfield
held Sept. 2S to Oct. C. The boys re
counted at some length their experi
ences at the state fair school and the
; methods used in teaching elementary
j principles of scientific agriculture,
their account being sufficiently com
plete to indicate that much good to
those who attend results from the in
Prof. Kindley compared the school;
of 2.'. years ago with those of today j
ami showed that educational methods;
in the rural districts have nJt kept j
with the times. For country j
hoys and girls more practical instruc-
ttou is needed. Pupils should be
taught how to meet the problems of
! their vocation instead ot" being cram
j mcd with some of the the dead branch
es that are supposed to provide mental
j training and that certainly have no
other excuse for being in the curricu
lum. The main object of education,
the speaker said, should be to lit the
i student to do the w orld's work, not.
as many believe, to make it possible
;for him to shift the burdens of life up-
:un someone dse.
I flrnon Scx.Mihi.
Yesterday afternoon's session was
opened with a song by the Bethel Bap
tist church cpiartet and then John Fife
: acted as auctioneer, and the corn
bread, cake, butter, candy, etc.. enlpr
ed in the various contests were told,
the proceeds going iioo the treasury
of the institute.
"Housekeeping Made Interesting,"
was the topio discu ;sed by Miss Har
riet Hinaker of the University of llli
: nots. She gavo a chart lecture show
'ii'g tables giving the quantity of var
ious foods that are required to equal
'one quart of milk in total nutrient.
She gave a lengthy discission on the
.relationship of the fertility of the soil
and the nutrition of the body. She
said that there should be a conserva
tion of the public health. At the pies-
ent time statistics show that in United
States :!.0ii0,ii00 people are seriously
ill. She claimed that fully one-half
of all Mckness is preventable.
innors in HiiHrr t'ontrM.
In tiie butter contest the judges in
the afternoon granted prizes to the
following: First. Mrs. William Nich
olson. Hillsdale; Second. Mrs. E. H.
Adrian, Port Byron: Third Mrs. John
MRS. ELLA GODFREY
RELIEF CORPS HEAD
John Bufortl Post Auxiliary llolel
Its Annual Flection of Of
ficers. The Woman's Relief Corps of John
Buford post. G. A. R... held its annual
election of officers yesterday after
noon, resulting in the following being
President Mrs. Ella Godfrey.
Senior Vice President Mrs. Mary
Junior Vice President Mrs. Alice
Treasurer Mrs. Kate Quayle.
Chaplain Mrs. Laura Wright.
Conductor Mrs. Arthur Bremer.
Guard Mrs. Rose Cochran.
Delegates Mrs. Ella Godfrey and
I Mrs. Alice Rogers; alternates, Mrs.
I Anna Nelson and Mrs. Ella Hoppe.
AT HIGH SCHOOL
As there were no games scheduled
in the high school basketball tour
nament last evening, the various lit
erary societes held ther weekly pro
grams and the following business
The Parliamentary Law-lub. an
other organization of the boys of
the upper classes, met and the fol
lowing program was rendered:
Debate, "Resolved, That Vaude
ville Is Demoralizing to High School
Students" Affirmative. McBride
and Salzmann; negative, Tremann.
and E. MacManus.
Oration, "Leonarde de Vinci"
The ludces of the debate decided
jn favor of the negative. Frank
Hughes. Earl Calkins. Delmar Doo-
Iey and Ben Hartz were admitted
into the membership of the society.
The "Cricket" held its regular
meeting last evening and extemror- w troubir. t knn- wiv iWf i spoak."
, , . . , . I r. r'rbv'? KHiipv Pill?" aro now !o
aneous speeches were o-l.vered by j at all drlJf2r M,jrs60 pms, rtavV
Will Barker, i Leo De Long. Elmer ! !:Pa1:mT,tT,-:' r?.M,a' '" T-rt 1 U'"n
, L ... Derbv Medicine enipunv. K;tr.n It-in-
Iledberg and J.eo htevens. The ciues-jin--. Mih. if yeu w.-.u'd like o. tr
Hon cf the interscholastie riobate wasitliom Wrft. nak your elrusct-t lor a fr.'e
ALL TRI-CITY RIDES
IN OUR AUTOMOBILES
New Limousehe Cars, Also Touring Cars
The finest, safest, speediest and most luxurious automobile service in the west.
Exclusive Service at New Harper Hotel
Phone 191, Day or Night.
quested to confer
about the matter.
with Mr. Burton
The regular meeting of the Hart :
Literary society was held last even
ing and the following program was:5UPreme
Piano solo Fanny Pollock.
"Life and Works of Sir Walter,
Scott" Grace Hladel. j
"A Lyric of Sir Walter Scott" ,
Piano solo Kdna Schneider.
Heading Kunice Sody. ;
"Ballad of Sir Walter Scott" j
Inez Warner. j
Piano solo Ruth Harris.
CASE IS DISMISSED
Defendant Convinces Complaining
Wife No. 1 and Authorities
He Acted Innocently.
The indictment for bigamy against
William Trout man has been nolle
pressed upon motion of State's Attor
ney L. M. Magill made before Judge
E. C. Graves in the circuit court.
Troutman had been held under bond to
stand trial. Bondsmen have been
leased and the case dismissed.
Troutman confessed to being
jmist, he convinced the authorities and
his first wife, who brougnt tne com
i plaint, that he had acted innocently in
i marrying a second time. He and his
first wife sepaii.'ed several years ago
and later he read in the papers of a
!.Mrs. Troutman having secured a di
!vorce in Chicago from her husband,
William Troutman. As he knew bis
wife was in Chicago, be concluded that
he was a grass widower. His first wife
heard of his second marriage and filed
charues against him. The explanation
trivpii bv Troutman satisfied 1
!she concluded not to prosecute fr.rth
! GALESBURG WOMAN DIES
lrs. Amanda Brown. Here for Med-
ival Treatment. I.pir-s.
Mrs. Amanda Brown tcolorcdi died
i yesterday morning at S o'clock at the
i home of her siste r. Mrs. Lurinda
I Thomas. 521 Thirteenth street, after a
three years' illness of dropsy. Mrs.
j Brown came here a few months ago
i from her home at Gab sburg for medi
i cal treatment. Deceased was born in
' Collins county. Missouri. 57 years ago.
; She bad lived in Galesburg the greater
! part of her life. Besides her husband,
j Christopher Brown, she jP survived by
hi children. Harry. Charles. Ralph.
Artie. Pansy. Guy. Jessie, and Mrs.
i Ada Braxton, all of Galesburg. She
is also survived by three brothers and
i three sisters. The remains were taken
to Galesburg this afternoon over the
Burlington and burial will take place
We are still promising photo, work
and framing in time for Christmas.
Call early The Smith studio.
A Remarkable Treatment That Saves
the Kidneys. How You May
Cure Yourself Quickly
With the rrnprfss of science comes
mi"' remarkahlo treatment for kidney
diseases. 11 has h-f-n fn thoroughly
tested send its re-sults have proven so
revolutionary that u well known tirm
In Michigan h:e undertaken its distri
iMition into every j;it of tho country.
Thoe who suffer from kidney trou
ble and the diseases r"sultinK from it
will h pleased to know that, e very
j packaec or tnis ircaimeni is nmroiiicniy
' guaranteed. This should assure at las:
ja positive cure to every sufferer.
Kvpiv man and woman should know
j that backache is iisutelly a well-l tini-d
j symptom of advancing kidney disease
I which may end fatally unless treated in
itime': that rheumatism ami bladder trou
' ble jii-e causer! freim ti'ttliinir more nor
less than kidneys that do nat tiller the
poison from the blood: that dropsy,
lriffhfs disease, diabetes and blaeld r
st'nes are raused by bad kidneys.
eince they are made to work prop
erly. thcFe. diseases should iuickly dis
appear. This is done by the new treatment.
Dr. Derby's Kidney Pills.
We urco e-ve-ryope who ha pain in the
small of the back, profuse or sanity
urination, pains in the bladd-r. loudy
or foul urine, not to fail to tcet a pack
ace today of I r. Derby's Kidney Pills,
and elrop a'l either kidney tralmen;s.
Senator Stevenseoi of Washington write
from Olympia: "There js m loestjoi,
about the efficacy ,,f ir Jierbv's Pure
K" n f - PflU in rnrMr- U i A n - muH hi j.I.
CAN RAISE RATES
Court of New
Knights of Pythias.
ADVANCE DUE JANUARY 1
Officers of Society Find That Old
Line Hnsis lust I5e Followed
In Order t Liv.
The supreme court of New York
state has ruled sustaining the officers
: of the Knights of Pythias in raising
the rates of the order to members.
"The Knights of Pythias staned out.
'as thousands of other fraternal orders
have started, with a too low insurance
rate," said an officer of the order. "The
Officers of the grand council voted to
; change the rates and establish a new
class, the rates for which would It"
' the same as those of old line com
panies. "The members were asked to trans
i fer. and all except about 0,d"0 of them
have done so. These were paying a
. rate far too low. which would disperse
jthe reserve. So we simply made the
i ruling for them that the rates would be
: the same as those in the old line com
panies. The action has been threaten
ed with suits in several states, but the
; I nitcd Sta'es supreme court in nunier
! ous de c isions has upheld the right of
fraternal societies to fix and change
: their rates at will."
j Policy Iloldrrn Ncrtlflrd.
The advance in rates will become
! effective Jan. 1. according to an an
'. nounecinent sent policy holders some
; time ago. The bulletin says many old-
and'er members still feel that the present
rate is out of proportion, but that af
ter so many ye ars of cheap protection
it is not unreasonable to ask these
members to pay for the few remain
ing years a rate that will allow suffi-
1 cient. funds to be accumulated to carry
on the society s husinesa.
Alleging that the organization is in-solve-nt
on its own showing. Milton (J.
Rucky, a lawyer, has sent a letter to
the attorney general at Albany, N. Y.,
IN FIVE MINUTES.
UPSET STOMACH FEELS SPLEN
DID. Miona stomach tablets will relieve
a distressed, sour or gassy stomach
in five minutes.
In three days they will make the
most miserable or cranky dyspeptic
feel that there is plenty of sunshine
In a week he will have an appetite
for and eat without any bad after
effects food which now causes his
stomach -to strenuously rebel.
If continued for from two weeks to
a month Miona will thoroughly reno
vate and cleanse the stomach and will
compel it (no matter how obstinate it
may be) to throw off Its weakness and
become, as nature intended it should
be. strong and elastic.
If you have a coated tongue, uneasi
ness in the stomach, dizziness, bilious
ness, sick headache, bad dreams or any
kind of stomach trouble, put your faith
in Miona tablets.
Fifty cents is all a large box of Mi
ona costs at Harper House pharmacy,
or leading druggists everywhere, on
money back guarantee. Write Booth
Miona. Buffalo, N. Y., for free trial
i l f -fii I
Every day we arc ready to make you that loan
$10, $25, $50 or more.
Why not make this your day?
Drop us a lins or use the phone and you can get it
Private and polite service.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.
Chattel Loans $10 Upwards.
io j :ji;st i;i ilium;.
1703 Third Avenue, Rock Island,
If you want
STOMACH iX usn in caso8 of
l I LpriOi.v-KPii.
Colds and Crip
lake none but
is flrraly es
calling on him to begin an action
against the Knights of Pythias, one of
the largest of the fraternal orders, to
cancel their certificate to conduct a
lif' insurance business in this sta'e
and appoint a receiver of all assets and
property in the state. He also wishes
to enjoin against doing any further
business in New York.
Mr. Biuky Kdls the attorney general
that information supplied by the su
preme lodge of the order shows that
the order is carrying insurance of the
fourth class amounting to $2",037.."oe,
with cash on hand amounting to $015.
One in Hock Island Who Has n
Bad Back Can Ignore This
Does your back ever ache?
Have you suspected your kidneys?
Backache is kielney ache.
With it conies dizzy spells.
Sleepless nights, tired, dull days.
Distressing urinary elisord"ts.
Cure the kidneys to cure it all.
Doau's Kidney Pills bring ejunk
Bring thorough, lasting cures.
That's what Rock Island sufferers
Profit then by another's testimony.
Twice-told and well confirmed.
C. L. Anderson, Second street,
Geneseo, 111., says: "For several
years my kidneys were weak and dis
orelered and I had severe pains In
the small of my back. My sides and
hips also pained me and there was
a soreness across my kidneys. I hael
a frequent desire to avoid the kid
ney secretions but the passages were
scanty and attended with pain. Af
ter I had taken a number of reme-
idies without being helped, I got a
j box of Doan's Kidney Pills and be
I gan their use. They removed my
! pains and aches and corrected the
! kidney weakness. I consider Doan's
Kidney Pills worthy of my endorse
iment." (Statement given April 10,
No Trouble Since.
On Jan. 3, 1910, when Mr. Ander-
l son was Interviewed, he said: "The
icure Doan's Kidney Pills effected has
'been permanent. I have often Rec
ommended this remedy to my friends
and all ho have used it speak of it
in the highest terms."
For pale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
7 P1 F Vrmktmmtu, Opto,
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We are establishing firmer
our reputation for fair and
Every day we are adding to
our long list of satisfied customers.
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wi:i not regret it.