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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, mil.
THE LEADING DOCTORS
On Nervous, Blood and Chronic Diseases
Verdict for Plaintiff. Judgment en-
Owen. No date has beta set or the
Pioneer Merchant Retire. D. K.
Smith, for the part 25 years engaged
until the demise of Mr. Pack on Jan.
22. 1904. Mrs. Puck is survived by
four eons, sb follows: H. P. Puck, E.
!j. Puck and William Puck of Man
; ning, Iowa, and Emil Puck of Daven-
Greeks Found Gambling. Eighteen
Greeks engagei in nocturnal revelry
IrTawardlr.c- th r.tfT,;fr wnm " " vort. The funeral will he nem toner-
in v,, . ! in the crocerr business In Davenport. ; w from the home of H. P. Puck, i
received while in the emplov of the : announces his retirement from the ; w:h Interment following in Falrmount ataa eating house run by a fejow coun
defendant companv was filed yesterday I klesale Jobbing firm of Smith Bros, j cemetery. jtryman. Gus Mayes, at 224 Third ave-
ln the district court against the Com Burdick company. The company j o ! nue, were captured in the police net
Products Refining company The 1 now be coPsed of Charles C. j House Is Destroyed. The home of .at an early hour Sunday morning and
plaintiff sued for I.99 and after th. . nmo, tr., Martin it. smnn ana Mr. and Mrs. John Larsen, wno restae
case was tried the jury awarded him ; Charles C. Smith. Jr. There will be ! ca8t cr the Middle road and some five
tbe amount named. Judee Horan ' no chac !n ame or policy of busl- j miles from the city, was completely
overruled the motion of the attorn s S re88- D K- Sa,th Intends to take a ; destroyed -by fire yesterday morning
for the defense for a new trial. I vre:i rnpJ rest before announcing his j The blaze Is supposed to have started
future plans. j from a defective flue, and the building
Licensed to Wed. Clyde J. Chase j ! being frame and one of the oldest in
and Miss Nellie R. Ritchey of Des ' Obituary Record. Sunday morning j th neighborhood, the flames soon
Moines. Dennis W. McGrafh and Miss at the home of her son. H. P. Puck, i gained such headway it was found the
Alice Byern of Davenport. ! Hickory Grove township, occurred the structure could not be saved. Efforts
o 'death of Mrs. Catbarina Puck, follow- : were then turned to save the furniture
Wants New Trial. The arguments i ing a lingering illness of several, and almost all wag carried out by
for a new trial In tbe Owen murder ! months. Mrs. Puck was bom in Prob- ! neighbor? who arrived on tbe scene.
case, which wbr ended by th jury re- j stel. Germany, Sept. 17, 1829, in which j
turning a verdict finding tiie defend country she was united In marriaga to
ant. guilty o? manslaughter, were not Peter Puck. The couple emigrated to I
heard yesterday. The hearing has ! the Fnited State, in 15. corning di
been postponed upon rerinest of At- j rectly to Davenport and then to Prob
.oroey Charles Crilk, counsel for t stel, where they engaged in farming
-One Idea of a resourceful woman !s
one who can stand her family skeleton
fn a corner of tbe parlor and make
folk? believe It is bric-a-brac. Galves
'try Nt, . 4 u "h.?&r
i s,r-- .: 1
VE-RML-VA . ' V -1
r JmmTg g355d
were eeeorted to the station, where
fines amounting to a total of $52.60
were collected from tbe crowd. They
were charged with gambling.
Lutherans to Banquet. Men of the
Lutheran churches of the twin-cities
will unite on Friday evening, Nov. 24,
in a banquet to be held at 7:30 In the
First Swedish edifice here. Men"s
clubs of Salem and First churches
here, and Graoe. Zion and First
churches In Rock Island, have been in
vited to be present. This is the first
event of the kind in this community
and a large attendance is anticipated.
Will Repair Street. Commissioner
Anderson s Tecomrnendation. that the
nortion of Seventh street between
I Eighteenth and Nineteenth avenues be
j immediately repaired at a cost of from
i$150 to $200, was concurred in by the
'city commission at its meeting yester-
day morning. The commissioner re
j ported that Seventh etreet, at the point
! named, is badly in need of repair.
In the nice of life strong men win.
To be handicapped with a disease
mean both financial and physical loss.
Poor, thin blood; weak, tired
nerves; feeble, palpitating heart; dis
eases of liver, kidneys, stomach, bow
els; brain fag, spinal irritation, and
all weakening and wastiug diseases
cause many people to falter and fail
in the race of life.
Come to us. Our offices are prop
erly equipped for tbe treatment of such
diseases. We invite you to call or
write. Consultation free.
Come to Us.
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We Have Restored Thousands to Perfect
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Most every train brings some sick and nervous person to us to be cured.
OUR FEE ts always reason
able and no man is
too poor to receive our services. No
hopeless rap are aerepted and no
promise of cure i offered In a mani
festly incurable case upon examina
tion. V tU you candidly what we
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COPENHAGEN MEDICAL INSTITUTE
511 Fifteenth St. 3nd floor)
Hours Open every day from a.
m. 10 b p. m.: Wednesday and Fri
day evenings. 6 to . and Sunday
rnornnlgs. to 12.
H. W. Cr. Kourtb A Draily ."tw
Hour Every day. 9 a. m. to S (k.
m.; TiK-H'lay and Snturday evrnliiK'
7 to 8. and tiunUaj morning, t
to see his son, who is ill of typhoid
Mrs. E. S. Fender and baby left
Thursday for an extended visit with
relatives in Edgewood.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Lewis started
Thursday for Table Grove to spend
severs! days with their daughter.
Mrs. E. L. Ha inline.
Mr. and Mrs. S.
j Plow Company Behind. Surprise
was occasioned Sunday when the Mo
! line Plow Co. whistle broke the stillness
' of tbe morn. Many probably thought
the engineer became cocfu.-ed in his
d3tes. Asked for an explanation yes-ib the ruePts of Mr. and Mrs. R. W
: K-rday, J. L. Irving, superintendent of j Bolton a few days,
the plant said: ' Wo are away behind j Mr9 , Harbour an( her guest?,
in ctir work and we are trying to catch , r airt Mrs. T. George of Moline,
np. AMiea n it wo'ivi dp necessary 10 i
dren left Friday for Neponset to
spend a few dajs with her daughter.
Miss Eda Black, who Ls a high school
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. CofTiand start
ed Friday for Ashton. Kan., to visit
their daughter, Mrs. Ben McEowen,
a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gillespie of
operate the r!"t Sundays in the fu
ture he said: "l i an't to-il at this time."
Several depariiuents were operated
i12 hours last v.eik, while a number
were operated 1 lio'irs Friday. The
.grind obop and erecting room forces
I nut in 10 hours Sunday a:id other do-
; urtraents were hi:ey till noon. The
!p!aut wi'.l ruu extra bo ;rs thi weei:.
Atiorn.ey Ccrrpe Ve:ts, Jr., spent
Thursday in Rc k island n busi
ness. A. W. Downey !e:t Thursday for
Daveni ort to :ett Jiis sister-in-law,
Mrs. Archie Dowi-ey, who is rrturn
ing from an exfaded stay ia Mua
Mrs. I.-avjllu Guthrie of New Bos
ton ;;n;e Thvisday to visit at the
T . I Rock Island, who have been tho
Loveridge ofit ... ,
Alexis arrived here Weanesday to . i ..
visit Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Emerson.
Mrs. Fred Maxwell and baby of
Galesburg left Friday after a few
davs' isit with Mrs. W. K. Wella
; and other relatives.
i Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Doak spent Friday
in the trl-cities.
! Mrs. Ella Young of Monmouth
I came in Tuesday from Rock Island
and visited her sister here until Fri
' Mra. Edwin Dice and baby left
I Friday for Rock Island to visit her
went to New Boston Wednesday for
i a vibit with relatives.
j Mrs. Maxwell of Keithsburg con
cluded her visit here with her moth-
er. Mrs. Petierson, and her sisters.
Mips Iladdie Patterson and Mrs. W.
K. Wells, leaving Wednesday for
Mrs. Alex Carnahan of Joy left
Wednesday for her home after a
visit of a few days with her daugh
ter, Mrs. O. A. Pridgeford.
Aledo. Members of executive com
mittee for two years. Mrs. Thomas
Conway, Preemption: Mrs. L. L.
Park, Greene; J. B. Morford, Suez:
T. R. Chambers, Abington; I A. Mc
Cormlck. Duncan; for on year, E.
N. Grant, Rivoli.
Judge Henry E. Burgees and
family left Wednesday for Wichita.
Kan., where the Judge will dedicate
the tabernacle to be used by Evan
gelist W. A. Sunday during ni re
Aval services in that city.
Jasper Hunt of Chlcagb came Fri
day for a visit of a few days at tho j
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Greg-j
Mrs. Brent of Monmouth and her ;
.,rn.,.1.7.,,,..l,,,.r .1r T If U lnl.lw. I
ler, of this city, left Friday tot':.
heme of h(-r
T. id. StnTf-r
I ! C V. i
Mrs. .1. II.
(1 in K.lsre-;-Jlied
Cluiag police, im atigalui ire .u, ... jii.. Vtrniilya. ch.rt,eu ...m t,..,i...i,.,.t, .. . . u .... , ..
home and suspected of having ki'.l cd nine persona In the last few years, declare it v. i:i sh ;i ti.ai : !.
l.a outdone even M'a. Louise Gunnels, whose wholesale butchery of men on her farm 1n Luporte county.
Inaiaria. startled the world three years aao. There Is a striking physical sfmilar'ty between the two worn-
CARE OF THE TEETH
same small, dark eyc-8 i!th th"!r f jrtlve frlanre .hat makf men unco-nfortaiile- in her p
rp slew hr victims with sn The polio- charge that Mrs. Vermllva shook death int
who HvM In her houfe out of a black peppr Liox. In wblcn shr kef t ari"r.ic.
n. Mra ermilya has tne ame heavy fnc?. r ad shoulders. strnnR llmri5;. po.-fr!,l :r urms and
'JuJ of men
IT you Wf re To rvt
into a bar.kot h?..i o
appen to thai a'-p'e '
O! course Ye ytn
lowirg sornet:i:r; Mr
r.v.v g' -1 ppp:
r'. n lliil would
!t would decay.
I.armts are al
Here la told how to" make a
home-made pint of onuurli syrup
cheaply, which haw ben known to
ntojt a rouh In rive niliiuts by
the rlork. It relieves rjutckly and
certntnly brings about a cure, by
its tonic, lan.xlve . II.iti. and
th'-refore Is superior to ordinary
prfparl Ions, whb-ti only r-liev
and then SKKravate by their con
One duse Is pot lsiatlvn. but 8
to 10 dosex daily iifam a mild
lnxitlvu action, mi.l It Ih .iid tli'tt
you can f '! the mi'dllnw work
inn on tii" lun.. throat and
bronchial tubes, kivIiiw a yiAini
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. lleadley re-W -h nK o irnnn... inu nrm
turned Friday from a visit of a ft-w U Any one .-.in niU a f ill pint
days in Galesburg and Galva. ;lj v,r.v ch.mpiy. oi.tniu of your
Mrs. E. II. Opborn returned Frl -; ; tn, h..icMie house, n tu ounce
day from Jewell, B wn, where she1 j pnckie at t in. m iio lax-
. nrnt a few weeks with her parents.' tiUl mi ti,f boUl(. ttltl1.
U11"' M.M T,..- t--,T:i r.J fl) ..t s,l..l
. ... .. i .(( i . f errs, t ii : t ! . ar m r sml it h n 1 1
ter, :.lrs. U. .". Burgess, or uotunun. ; p;nt-of ,,. i:ill(t Ut-r. uh ti,
who spent a feT days in Aledo, leit'iji r .p l nmi ada it to the men
Saturday for their home. I t , -.or... t ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolff went to jjj 10 times daily, or hs r.uired
rhonL.-cvilto ?ntiirdnv for fev ))) tilve Cnllrll. n leas Si cord. io
.... , , , III a8e- 11 ' ptrfrctly liuriiilrss.
days visit with friends. ; Jjj --hls M a pb-a;uit i;iHiinK and
Mrs Sarah Croasjean returned to i )' quick a-Him' rem.-dy. liked by all
Rck island Faturday after srending ij whw nav lrltd tl"
I a few weeks here with relatives.
Mrs. C. L. Treffer and baby and
husband who is acting as court re-
, -iib. w. rt. i-iiufnmu. i porter there
Mr. and Mrs. George Graham and i T,r,.r ,i
tiaupnter ieit inursciay ror jii. .tyr,
Iowa, to visit their aunts for a
Mr. and Mrs. Iiaby of Keithsburg
coticl-'ded a few days' visit here with
Mrs. W. K. Weils, leaving Thursday.
c""1" ""'v ! Oqttawka to visit friends
ror an exieuueu ieiL iiu i.-.i
daughter in Waverley, Knn.
Mrs. Ray Dorl and Mrs. E. M. Mil
lar returned Th'-rsday from Cales
hrrir, where Ihev spent a week Willi
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. uobertsrn
Mrs. John Black and two cu
and of a life v iue to jour cb!;d to de
cay hecause oi npg ' ct
What Co I n:ean? J'ist this yon are
sny c.n be kept an er.tir lifetime
It is r.oi necessary to vi.it the demist
to oiten now lor exarinatjn ; I
shnnM s-jv. ir. ordinary cases, twice a i
vear wou.u be tu. .cnin iu piu.o i
- ,w , , 1 ., ',..ir.i her sis er. Miss Frances Mason, who
them This is the more economical , ...
dentist's bills i ti'rul --" -" ,"iL',r
an invest- i-armington, lowa.
Stops a Cough in Five
Minutes by the Clock.
Does This Harmless Home-Mid
MAKE A PINT CHEAP.
rlan by far. and a
should be locked upon
W J ''a'l - -V -"iTl '1st
allowing that child, who do-s rot know i lnent for we ail realize that an ounce j aiuruay.
i what he Is doinK. to t:-;,!tci ti teeth, i of prevention U worth many pounds I Mrs. Frank Wilson of KnoxvLle,
' fcnd you s-ay: "Vr. :' v his baby teeth; i of cure Anna Mae Roberta. j who has been the guest of Mr. and
1 he will soon shed them." Do you Mrs. M. C. Brooks, left Saturday for
: know thct when to i:- s-ix yea-s eld a j In some of the ruins of Egypt are j her home.
i pennan. Tit j.iv. -:oui'i. or slx-yea-r j engravings representing a man lying j Mrs. J. D. Carnahan and Miss T.o-
j molar, as tLev arc cl!-d. will come! on his bacK, wniie anoitier stanairg i rena Fouike or Joy and Miss Louise
I in jr.st back of hi - t
j often mist.'.ken for
consequently it f-
ymr pi, is Yll."mT i ",lJrl '"ill"'H"r. cine 11! Uli .1-
jf& -i'i i 17 ,! rnn:"!; It,, 8 dirty,
'--Sj ft ' 1or mo'Kl), wiierc eveiy o?be
1 1 ' i j 1 1 ' decayed, dot rn't it f f;ud to
jU. liiZZSi Li J wi:i decay !0? "On. well,"
sU ' Jit r,sts yw
It says Calumet" For tho
critical housewives of America have
found that Calumet Baking Powder
makes the most appetizing, light,
wholesome food that Calumet
is the most economical and dependable
of all Baking Powders.
If you, too, Mrs. Housewife, want to learn what Calumet means
to you, bake with it just one batch of biscuits. If you don't find it
unlike an' other so much greater in leavening power in uniformity
in purity return it, and get your money back.
That's all we ask and think what it means to you to always bo
sure that each time you bake you will have the most tempting biscuits,
pastry, etc. Think of it the highest quality Baking Powder at a
moderate price the most economical in use. Cheap big can kinds
give ycu quantity, but not quality. High-priced trust brands mean
extra vac 3nce. For no Baking Powder can be equal in quality to
Calumet. Was not that proven when it received the Highest Award
at W orld's Pure Food Exposition ?
Dcn't be deceived ak for Calumet and get it.
by reetnT it is i over r-im pounumi uui iwiu ' rjartiett or tnis city were visitors in
baby tooth, and j a rock. This is primitive dentistry, ! Rock Island Saturday,
rcglected. He j and while it might wem to be severe j Miss Dora Glebrlch went to Rey-
) never sheds th.-t fo th. and it is tne 3-et, no doubt, u Drougnt a measure ; nolds Saturday to attend the run-
most important one in his mouth. i of relief, otherwise such extreme eraj service of the late James Dunn.!
uncsred-i measures would not have been re- rs. Richard Ilosati left Saturday!
other tooth is i sorted to. ! for F'lvis to visit friends. ,
reason it j in China, it is s&id, when a man; K. M. Whitham was a business vis-,
you say, . EOes to the native dentist, for relief i fror in Davenport Paturdav.
from the toothache, it is the usual j At tlje recent Masonic meeting
procedure for the dentist to Insert here. C. L .Gregory was appointed as
his finger in the patient s moutn, and,
on removing it, show him a worm
"it s just one toctn: pu'.l it out. V by
not sav: "Ob. weil, it s jut one eye;
take It out; be er-n tee with the
Another reason for carkig for baby i which he bays he has withdrawn from j
teeth ic to give the child comfort j tne tooth, and wMcb, as causing ths ,
With ordinary care a chiid need never &Cre. This procedure, so we are told. '
usually stops tbe ache. i
These primitive methods are a far '
cry from tl scientific attitude of the '
have a footbr.che, l.or the haunting j
fear of the deniit-t. From the time a
chi'd ls tl !fe fr-r. old a dentist i
fbould csamir. its teeth every four
lEocths. Then a tbe first sign of a
cavity he in ay fill ! without the slight
est annoyance to tbe child, and with
very little fcx,fe:e to tee parent. If,
however, ycu let tbe tcoih decay until
it aches snd tiien tave it pul'.cd be
fore Its rhr.e, you car: expect a crowd
ed, uneven row of second teeth for
the teaser, that Len the first tooth
ia pulled it jetards th normal devel
opment ct and there Js not
room enough for tbe ether teeth.
Of course It j,of: wi Lout saying
'.hat cleanlincs;: i.s 'te one most essen
tial thing RfcssriiTy. Froru the mo
ment a child can te taught to epit.
profession today, yet most of the Im
provement has been brought about
In the last one hundred years.
Tbe causes cf this rapid develop
ment have been many, the rapKl
growth of knowSedg in other lines
or work, the formation of dental col
leges, the invention and manufacture
of useful instrument, and the scien
tific study cf tbe mouth end its dis-
i There is one other tfclcg which has
! brought about this marvelou growth,
I which is perhaps more important than
! ail tbe other causes, combined, and
j that la the professional spirit.
It used to be the thing, if a dentist
a member of the grand board of ex-'
amlners and D. E. Farr was chosen '
aa district deputy grand master of;
the 22nd district. E. L. Willits or
New Boston was Installed as one of
the grand stewards of the grand j
lodre of Illinois.
The following officers were elected !
on Thureday at the annual meeting j
j of the Mercer County A Krleultural j
.Eoclety: President. K. R. I'efrle, j
: Aledo; vice president, C. A. Clark,;
i Sherrard: secretary, W. D. Emer-i
son, Aledo; treasurer, Joseph Royd, S
Should havo your
thoroughly examined by
the well-known eye-sialit spe
cialist for your headache, neu
ralgia, weak eyes and for
proper Klasses at
18071? Second Avenue
Hours 8 to lii, I to O p. m.
far Draaaeaaest, 0!aa,
.IS siSV yfO ha sad Nroratlie.
I PREPARE FOR WINTER
We Will Loan From $10.00 to $100.00 on
Goods, Livestock, Pianos, etc.
.V M i ,.. 1 r m : ' r. a Va 1
l'B5f ro:a tn n;o-i -i. i. .rOT.r.itt tr fctc- If fr,.r
:h a toothbrush ... , . .t . . .
Its teeth brush sd a
an1 a good icjth powder er paste be
fore going to ted "Why at night?"
yon ask. Pecuce at any nther time
the teeth will sr-on r. in Uce again,
while if dote jutt before retiring ttey
regain clean fen bo-ars or more. I
might add that ihi is tbe best rule
his brother dentist. o that he might !
reap the benefit alone. Many a ee- !
cret, or invention, has died with ths )
dentist originating It. Ir. time this
profession began to progress by leaps
and bounds. Nowadays, if a dentist '
discovers anything new that ia good.
! he carries it to bis society and ex
plains It to every oce, so that aii may
Don't worry because; wir.tc-'- is at Land and 1-11 h i.- r.o f'i:id i. h f
i l We wiil loan you the tioney with whirh to buy your nipj i-H. -i
If you are ir.deiited to a loan company, furniture i.uuy. - r o j'
a number of siaii biiis, e pay tl.;n a.d n-l
much nicr. as you inay reed.
for rcvn-iip cliiirr..
a w v. 4 Ho oil hfa nrrnA-
i nent teeth twhicb. with the exception j Set me nentr.c. e goes 10 ir.a con
of wisdom teeth, fc f hould have ct j vention with one new idea and brings
i -c ,t tvreivr cr tI't-cr. vats o' j back a hundred, end both he and ths
' ge7. then co:u:' xi'i U i'-ght to keep ! Public are bcreSted. j
' t.ti-, 1.6 v. ;tfc j-irt a I:;..? p. cci'J'iCU tCopyrirt. Westra .Neip,-r Vnla. j
You Can Repay Us in Small Weekly
ithly Pay- h"A
or Monthly Pay
RELIABLE LOAN CO.
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