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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1011.
PIPED EDGES MAKE
SIMPLE SUITS SMART
Heid for Theft. A charge of steal-j
ing from the Calvary army bas been j
preferred against Frank Gordon, wtoj
was arrested yesterday. It is claimed i
that he took 53 worth, of clothing from
FLEET'S FAVORITE MASCOT, REYIir.fJNG
PARADE. BARKS BACK AT ROARING GUNS
wagon owned by the army.
Will Instruct Clerks. Clerics in thei
J. H. C. Petersen Sons' department J
store In Davenport are to be given a
course in salesmanship at the expense I
of the proprietors of the store. The ;
yroprietors three in number will
take the course with their help.
Child la Insane. Ala Vista Guin.
aged 14 year?, formerly a ward of the
Foldiers Orphans' home, has been ad
judged insane by the board of insan-:
ity commissioners and has been ord-;
ered sent to ML Pleasant. It is claim
d that on several occasions she at
tempted to commit suicide by tyin:
towels about her neck.
Licensed to Wed. C. F.rwin Ste-j
phenson, .foline, Julia M. Spiler. ;
Hock Island; Clarence Eastman, Rock i
Island, Hazel Wail. Rock If land; Carl!
Huss, Davenport, Louise Beyer. Dav-
:nport; Joseph Siefers. Davenport,!
Elizabeth Freund, Davenport.
Robbers Are Foiled. Evidently
frightened away before they could
(-ompiele their work, two robber left
i trail of broken gl-ias and ccreen
doors behind them fit midnight Mon
day night. The victim of the would-;
ne Tobbery -was the Menter & Rosen-
bloom elothing Ktore on Brady street.
The discovery of the attempt to enter
th store was mads by NW-'ht Watch
man Frank Kastlin who was in the ,
rear of the store within a few minutes
;iftr the window was brokoTi.
FLEET ' f,V - i - 1
r SYS. if - . I
Mit-s Sarah Trego was a tti-city visit-1
Chester Frost :-peut Monday in Rock ;
Luther Waitc, in response to a rail
from ProphctFtown. left for that place
Saturday to tee his father, who is '
Mrs. je. I,. Stred and family v.erf
tri-city visitors Saturday.
Miss Lizella of Woodhnll visited,
here over Saturday and Sunday.
Th ladles of thf M. E. church pave
their annual chicken supper and bazar
nt the opera house Friday nisht.
Miss Hilda Norto.'i has returned to
New Windr-or after a visit with her
sister, Mrs. "Wi'l Swan.-on.
Mrs. Smith of Bishop Hill visited
hr daughter, Mrs. August Barlow.
George Savre has returned from his
Mrs. Eila Birnes of Williamsburg.
Iowa, is vifitiiiR relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert BothweU spent
Simday in Mathersville.
The Country Embroidery club en
tertained a company cf 0J friends Hal
lowe'en at Wayne's hall. Ail sorts of
aaiet were played. At midnight a
"witches' lam was served. Mr. C. H.
Schneider, and Will Frost were award
ed pnzi-s for the best costumes.
Dr. and Mr. F. O. Uiugr.ell of Rock
l.-lund were calling on friends iu Orion 1
Lee Frost has taken a position as
lit & s y - ' -v.'
.2&:iJirf Li -'Hr 1 ?vr M
If 7W - S
1 - 7 t$y f?s5 i
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Want a New Home. A home of their
own has long been soveted by JD em
bers of Moline lodge So. 133, Independ
ent Order of Odd FeLlows, and the de
sire has reached that stage where en
thusiasm bas taken a practical turn.
The plan is to secure the available
building funds by the inauguration of
a systematic campaign of money rais
ing. A committee has been working
out the details of the plan and will re
port at the next Friday meeting. An
elaborate program of entertainment
has also been arranged for the event.
Pythian Enjoy Selves. A full quota
of the membership of Sit. George lodge
No. 2S. Knights of Pyiaias, participat
ed in a rousing session of good fellow
ship at their hall Monday night. Sev
eral candidates were received into full
i membership, after which the Knights,
joined by several of their fellow lodge
! men from other cities, assembled
I around the banquet table.
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i--Vt- ' i
i 7 a
Have Quit Night Service. The at
jtennon of .Mayer M. R, Carlson has!
j been called to the fact that night ser- j
j vice of the Cnion Electric Telegraph & '.
i Telefhone company has been discon
j tinned after 10 o'clock. An order dis-j
I continuing service at that hour i3 said j
j to have gone into effect last Sunday
i night. It is understood that the fran- j
! chise of this corporation stipulates that !
service is to be provuied every hour of
the 24 of each day. The mayor has
j given assurance that he will investi
j gate the matter and w-ill take such
j steps as are necessary Jo compel th;
'company to live up to its agreement.
Obituary Record. Ben C. Keator,
tmNT .'i -
-Tv f JUS' "t '
It is a long me since bMind
edge" have bjen iu vcf'u' in tail
orad wear, but this fall they have
been revived and ,ive a very smart
drebb.v look to simple coats.
The suit, pictured ia made of a
two-t ed dark g ay mixture in
self-striped effect, the edges of the
coat and the fold on the skirt be
ing Lound w.tn black satin.
Tahg bund with t satin and
trimmed with black satin bu tons
Mil mother of pearl centers, orna
mesit the coat front and cuffs,
do collar ia el -clc 3 vet.
"Duke, ' fox terrl- mascot of the .as Connecticut, of the Atlan
tic fie:, assembled in Nw York harbor for review by the president
and the secretary of the nary. 1s the most popular mascot "f t .e entire
irmada. That 'a why h was selected "from all the dogs, monke. . pixs.
ps.irots ard other manner of birds and tear - that represent the sail
ors tastes In mascotry. to review the fleet from th yacht Dolphin, which,
with th presidential yacht Mayflower, bore Taft. Meyer. and other
celebrities. "Tuke" erjoyed It. standing on tbe brioae and barking Joy
ously back at the rosrinc SJns cf each battleship, sa'.-jtlng as it passed.
lens time Mohner and formerly con
nected with the .1. S. Keator Lumber ; who hava been the guests at the home
' ci rnpany. founded ly his fa'her. the : or' I. X. Basset t and family, left Thurs
lave J. S. Keator, is dead. N-..vs of his I day tor Peoria to spend a few days
death in New York earl;- Monday before returning to Savannah, Oa.,
morn iu? came by telegraph to his their liome.
Ibiofher. E. B. Keator. in this city. Samuel Coffland of W'ellsville, Ohio,
! Monday evening, having been forward- : who has visited hfre for a month, left
! ert from Cast'ewood. S. D. Ben C. . Thursday for h's home.
I Keator was born in HonesdaK Pa . Captain and ,ir.-. A. A. Rice went to
rob. L't.. IV.o. He cam? here with Ins i Calesbms Thursday
jpaif tns n lsho, anri this cry continu-j
i ei to be Mr. Keator' s home rill about'
John CJ. Sal'sbury. aso.l S:' years,
Moline's first ltuihlln.t. contractor of
nrtc, nirti Monday in Ev.msville, Ind.,
of pneiimonia, and was laid ro rest
yesterday afternoon in Riverside cem
etery beside he remains of his wife.
It is mot important that the teeth
of children should be attended to reg
ularly. When the teeth tegin to come
nto position, thy should be brushed
by the parents. This will cot only
cloanse the teeth, and assist In pre
venting decay, but It also will form
a habit which will be invaluable in
after life. Many older ct.i'.dren ob
ject to having their teeth examined,
and H i- often impossible to do any-
prnves a vory durable and i;?eful tooth
tC-.-i yris it. Vest-rn Newspaper L'moa.)
As a usual thng. there is more de
oay in ti.f ttrth fif womn than of
men; this bas been variously account
ed for. Some attribute it to the fact
that it is a result or indoor Pie, and
lack of exercise; others claim that it
is a constitutional trouble. In any
event, it is known that decay is great-
,T. A. Harvey
thing with them. By starting at an ! ly increased during the physiological
early age. it will accustom the child i prnctFs of reproduction. The Persians
The eT;vricmv of !''tiic'-hool i 3
!ryintr one to i;i: t women ami ti:ark-t
distinctly aa epech ii their lives. Not
I onian in a hun-N--w
C)drta is prciiartd or
, t"iiu'T.tajius h'W to
J xl)iT'ix-rI- care lr her-
rSi- if'1"- ' 11 ton' "e n'r-
I i- y 1 1 lv i' vt vv x i'in.i:i l.i w-
1(1 I I'll u n .i I
tin.e n ci,ii'.-birtli.
.ilVi -'yl't:t i::;;ny approacn
a i ti e cpvi lence vii;i
orw:.icm tinfit :od t..r t!:e trial of
to the different procedures necessary
In the care of the mouth
If jou would save your child much
suffering, and the evils of a foal
mouth, you should have its teeth ex ;
andned for cavities every three .
months, from the time it is two years i
old If a cavity can be found when
flrit starting. It can be filled with
little expense, and no pain.
One thing that should not be for-
gotten Is that there is a regular time j
when each baby tooth should be lost
Those children who lose their baby
teeth too soon through decay do not ,
have, as a rule, ss healthy permanent
teeth as those children who have had
their baby teeth attended to. What is (
still worse, the early loss of the baby j
teeth is apt to cause the second teeth
to con.e down in the mouth lrregu- j
larly, and often a disfigurement for
lile is the result of tbl early neglect
By the filling of she- baby teeth, the
child is also assisted in the niati' a ,
tlon of it food. A decayed tooth Is j
sensitive to bite cn. and the child in- .
tlnctivcly will avoid chewing on it. :
Th- result is. if fh:o is much decay,
that the child will bo'.t it.- food with
out chewing, and thus form .t detri ;
mental habit -which n.-iy la-t through
Another thing to i -men:ber is th:. (
if there are' decayed places in the .
teeth where focii miy lodge for any :
length cf time, such decomposed mat 1
ter become germ-laden and in many
itrentrth. u:l when the- strain is overt cases invites diseae.
i tr frystem las rccem-a a shook from
hich it is h:ird to recover. l"ol!ow
yt,? ripiit upon this conies the r.crvous
'ni:i of caring fvr t!:e t hi'.il. ar.d a
ili-tinct chance In the i;.-thtr rt-siiits.
There is iioth.in? more cl ai mit!?tb.-;n
a nappy a?d hi-aithy mother of" chil- ;
iren. s-ml indeed child-birth ui;der ripht
ciiiiiious ned Ihj no hazard tol-eaith
r beauty. The tu.expUiraMe thing is .
. Uat. with all the evid i ce of shattered i
nerves and broken, health resulting j C4jjed the first permanent molars, and
.rora an unprepad conditio v omen; , immediately behind the tern
ixi U per.,,: in g.,:r.B blindly to the trial. J g conslder
lt if.it rs thor.-.'h the extnence Porar iev- . . r ' .
T'v l a ttiene teem as baor Teein, ana anow
No wonder that the child, thus ne
glected, often cisplays a peevish, lr
ritabie disposition, accompanied by a
lack of vi'ailty and a tendercy tow ard
At about the age of six tl e child
will cut its first permanent teeth, and
these teeth should be watched for and
carefully examined from time to time.
to nrvent decav. rneee teem are
came upon them tria wan-s.
.imp'e time in which to prepare, bnt
the v, for the mo Ft part, tniist to chance
and" pay the penalty.
in r.i.-tny l'Ot-.-s once childless there
: re n.v d.iHri :i 1 c h',n cd the lact
l-f.t Itl'.y, and :ronsr.
Any wirinn wlsrt ,ntil-i Ifke
;--i;il iivl'i v-f i'-, .-. r'l t' this
Uiitt-. : t -;'' ir-.iti-T t
ei:t i:t .'Ir-. i i i;. ii.ifii . ; i.nit,
Ala. i I scttc v. iii J; li'.'iel ill
it. a ttes v o ia o n norma L
thera to decay. They do net know that
these are tome of the most important
teeth we have. This tooth often starts
to cecsy soon after it comes in. but
if fiid v.hi'.e the cavity is iinall. it
have a saving, 'tror every cnlld a
tooth." and oiten It would appear that
it might be a-ore true if it read Eix
teeth Instead of one.
While it is true that the teeth
sometimes suffer during this period,
yet much damage rr.ay be averted if
the prospective mother will take the
precaution to early seek the advice
of her physician and dentist, to cor
rect this disturbance.
It was formerly supposed that this
rapid decay was caused by a defi
ciency of the lime salts in the blood
at this time, but now it ts generally
believed to be caused by acid eructa
tions, vomiting and 'egurgHatlons
from a disordered stomach. Teeth
decay very rapidly where the saliva
is abnormal, and acid, and this is
largely the condition of the saliva
during this period.
A rigid examination of the teeth
should be made, ami the teeth put in
the best possible condition just be
fore. snJ s? soon after this period, as
possible, for Nature needs every bit
of hHp that e can give her. Where
the derr.y Las started underneath the
old fiiii: ?s. they should be removed
and new ti 1 1 i n j s inserted.
In order to correct the excessive
acidity of her mouth, the prospective
rcother should ufs an alkaline prep
aration, and thus neutralize the acid.
The tooth brash should be used after
each meal, an.l before going to bed.
The physician should be consulted
as to the r roper fond diet, and the
tcnics that may be necessary to build
up the system.
The fmeeticn is often asked wheth
er dental work shoa'.d be done at this
tinae. If the teeth are attended to
at the start there is no barm, provid
ed caution U taken cot to have too
lorg or pa'nfu' sittings. Later, it Is
better that temporary work .be done,
and the permanent work be deferred
until after childbirth.
By following these few simple di
rections, much pain and suffering will
be avoided. the mother's teeth
will not be lost, tr.d best of all there
will be an improvement in th teeth
in the coming generations of man
kind 'O'pyrlcM. "r i-rn Nw..pt L'nloo.)
t l)r. C. I.. David and
i p. re snettdiujr this week
', duck h'intir.s.
ML-s Martfaiet Keel of Rock IIt-nd
spent Wcdnesriav in Aierio and loft!
In th" evening for ;t short visit w:th
: friends iu Keithsburgh.
Miss Krnestina Keilman returned
Wednesday from a month's visit with
her parents in Oriole, Ind.
; Mr. and Mrs. B. E tlordon arrived
Wednefday from Salem, Ind, and will
spend the winter here with friends.
Mrs. Reuben (ireer started Thursday
for Prentice, Wis., to make an extend
i ed visit with her daughter.
Mrs. V. H. Bassett and daughter JE1
' len. also her father, Calvin Stosvell,
It's the Red Blood Ocrpuscles that
Proper Food Makes.
An Ohio woman says Grape-Nuts
. food gave her good red blood and
; restored the roses of youth to a
Complexion that had been muddy
; and blotchy. She says:
"For 10 years I had stomach trou-
ble which produced a breaking our.
i nn mv face. Th doctors eave It u
; long Latin name, but their medicines ''1,,-v
i failed to cure it. Along with this
1 1 had frequent headaches, nervous
' ness and usually pain in my stomach
for a visit.
Mrs Laon McWhorter went to Rock
Ifland Thursday to visit Mrs. A. C.
Shaffer, who will soon leave for her
Lome in San iJietto, Cai.
Mrs. u. .1. Roman and Mrs. Leslie ot
Clinton, Iowa, who have been visiting
Mrs. Guy Lord, left Thursday via Rock
Island for their homes.
Mr. and '.Mrs. Fred Blazer and lit
tle son left Thursday for Chicago to
spend a few days.
Mr. and Mis. Arthur Weed went to
Pre-f-mrtion Tbursdav for n visit with
at Boston Pay re;a( h ey
Misses Katherine McManus and May
Joba.-ch were visitors in the tri-cit-
i ics 1 bursday.
j Mosms. R. W. and S. B. Bolton and
th-ir families went to Sherrard Thurs
day to attend the funeral of their sis
ter, Mrs Williams,
j The Mioses Cecil Struble, Elfa
Scbraoder, and Violet Detwiler left
, Thursday as the local delegates to
! the Y. M. C. A. convention in Peoria.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Land of Par.a came
Thursday to be guests of Mrs Alice
Sheese and other relatives a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Walters of Wood
hull came Thursday to visit their par
ents. Mrs. Joseph Amlong returned from
Peoria Thursday after spending a few
days there with friends
Miss Verle Barr left Friday for an
extended visit with her relatives in
Fountain Green, 111., and other neat jy
Mr. and Mrs. McPhall of Chicago,
who visited a fe.v days with Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Beers returned home Fri-
S. S. Pearce of Keithsburg left here
for Quincy to visit a month
with his friends.
A. Bivens spent Friday in Rock Is
!ai i. His hand is slowly improving
from injuries received while at work
Soda crackers are
more nutritive than
any Qther flour food.
Uneeda Biscuit are
the perfect soda
Five cents spent for
a package of Uneeda
Biscuit is an invest
ment in nourish
ment, in health, in
Though the cost
is but five cents,
Uneeda Biscuit are
too good, too nour
ishing, too crisp,
to be bought merely
as an economy.
Buy them because
of their freshness
buy them because
of their crispness
buy them because
of their goodness
buy them because of
Always 5 cents. Al
ways fresh and crisp
in the moisture
Never sold in bulk
' after meals.
j "I got disgusted with the drugs. 1 with a threshing machine last summer,
'stopped them and coffee off short,! A new neighborhood club was re
! and quit eating everything but fruit cently formed in this city. The ladies
' and Grape-Nuts with Postum for my he,d their fir8t meeting Friday after
table beveraae. . j noon at the home of Mrs. J. L. Coff-
"The headaches, stomach trouble ,and- j
and nervous weakness disappeared Tne members of the Somerset club er a two weeks
almost like magic, which showed w'ere entertained Thursday evening at j strain's parents,
j that when the cause was removed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carroll, i Mf and MrB p j Farm and baby
and good food and drink usd na-. ft was the opening meeting of the club, j 1?ft Saturday to visit Triends in Ma
ture was ready to "help. Tbe annual meeting of the Mercer ' qoln
"My blood was purified and my County Agricultural society will be, H mbleg amJ baby Qf Ga
complexion ue anie use a young n . - - v : . . w,.h .hn thl,
visit here with Mrs.
girl's while my weight was increased
from 90 to 120 pounds In a few
in the court house. The meeting is .
held for the purpose of electing offic-
Mlss Mabel Coleman, left for Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mills of Bloom-
months good, solid firm flesh, ers for the year, and to transact all
whprc it :isprt tn hp soft end fl&bbv ' necessarv business.
T recommended Grape-Nuts andi The following officers were elected ; field. Iowa, arrived here Saturday to
Postum to one of my friends, who at the recent annual meeting of the j visit relatives a few days,
was af!lieted as I had been. She fol- Mercer County Medicil society, beld i Mr and Mrs. A. T. Shotwell and fam
ily left Saturday for Adams county,
Wis., where they will reside in the fu
ture. Mrs. T. II. Cobb and son were visit
ors in Rok Island Saturday.
Misses Mabel Coleman, Nona Spahr,
Eifie Graham and Sarah Crabbs ient
Saturday in the tri-cities.
Mrs. G. L. Miles of Grlnnell. lows,
who has viFited her dauzht-r, Mrs.
Gi'-nn Clark, Wt Saturday for iicr
j agent in Orion, his been sent to Gen
agaln esco to take charge o? the telegraph
unl t'efcot oTSee.
cicrk with Gustafscn & Hayes.
Chicken thieves arc- besy
r.trcng ovr farmer
Mrs. O'ivo Ta-V:- : cr-'iren r:s r:r:ri-le JMsn c;.tr?ii!icd
o. Champaign, are visiting here. : the u. T. F.'t and their teacher of the
c.-org Luadin. at one time station j high a-.-hocl liallowe'en.
lowed my advice and in a short time 'n Aledo. President, Dr. Frank Katli
was restored to complete health and . bun. New Windsor; vice president. Dr.
in about eieht months her weieht In-i Matthew O'Haver, Mlllersburg; dte
crcased from 100 to 148 pounds. ! gate, secretary and treasurer. Dr. A. N
"Our debtor, observing the effect Mac-key, Aledo; alternate delei, ite, Dr
cf Grape-Nuts and Postum in our; Walter Miles. Viola, 111.
cases, declared, the other day, that; Mrs. M. Houghton of Hiawatha
he would hereafter prescribe these Kan., who has been the guest of Mrs.
food product for gastritis." Name M. Terry, left Friday for Jy to visit
given by Postum company. Battle her sietor
Creek. Mich. ' Mies Christine Almquist retained
Read the little book, "The Road to ; Friday from an extended visit in Chi- j home
vrellville." In packages. "There's a 1 cago. Mrs. Herman O. Knickerbocker and
Reason." f Mrs. J. A. Kleinsmid and daughter j hc-r little niece, Gertrude Abercrom-
Hver read the above letter? A new Nan, left Saturday for Oak Park, to I b'e, left Saturday for Milwaukee, to
one aprears from tiru to time. Tl:ey a fe.v days. 'vi-It Mr. and Mrs. Thomu-; bt-r-rorn-
are genuine, true and full of human! Mr and Mrs. R H. Strain of Pe-ibie, who are singing in English grand
Interest. ioria left Saturday for their home, att-j opera In that city.
The old, old story, told times with
out number and repeated over and
over again for the last 34 years, but
It Is always a welcome story to those
In search of health. There Is roth
Ing In tbe world that cures coughs
and colds as quickly as Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Sold by all
NO MORE GRAY HAIR
It b easlsr to preserve tbe color f th
kalr than to frtntn It, although It Is
possible to do both. Our frsodrnvihtra
ndcrUod tbe s-rrt. They made slid
ined a "sage tea," snd their itrk, t'onrj
lair long after middle lif was due to thi
fact. Our mothers he rrsy hlm f.
fore tfcy ar fifty, but ticy sra b-fio-olnj
to sppreciat th wisdooi sf our
pn dm others in unlr r "eat; t" tor
their hsir, snj are fast followiof suit.
The premt f"nratlon bas tb st!a
Utre of the pnt In that It ran ft a
!y to iis preparation cntled Wt til's
I 8ae and .Halphur. As a sralp tonic and
tolor rmtorvr, tb. prepsratioa Is vtntly
aperior to thi ordinary "sags tea" mads
r oar f randmo'hers, and It esc be
konght frrf- r) ents snd $1 a bottl at
llm.i't mrtv flrri-l.-i?" drnr more, or will
S sent dir:t by th Wyeth Chemical
Oorapsny, 74 Cortlandt St, Umw Kork
2xx BiiOA Roelst of cricsk a