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THE ROCK ISLiAXD ARGUS. MONDAY, XOVEFBER 20, 1911.
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If You Want to Burn Good Coal
Bank Made Depository. The Daven
port Savings bark has been designated
as the local postal savings depository
and Postmaster Lon Bryson notified to
deposit all sums at the local posioffice
at this bank.
Licensed to Wed. Charles F. Minks
and Miss Beseie McKnights of Beards
town. 111.; William Siegel and Miss
Mary Daluns of Davenport.
Threatened to Kill. Cutting the tel
ephone wires of his houBe in order to
prevent outside communication and
loaded up with a bis bottle of whisky
and a S-calibre derrirger, Henry Wil
ier, a farmer residing three miles
north of Eldiidge, threatened extinc
tion of his whole family and himself
late Saturday night. He is now locked
up in the insane ward of Mercy hos
pital, -where he will remain until he
can be given a hearing. He was
brought to Davenport Saturday night
at 1 o'clock by Deputy Sheriff Jack
Marinan. Mayor H. W. Bruhn and Dr.
HaEenmiller of Eldridge.
Suspect Incendiarism. Two fires
were extinguished by the fire depart
ment Saturday nighi and both had ap
pearances of having been of incendiary
origin. The .first run was made to the
Davenport Cooperage company's plant
at Fifth and Taylor streets, where fire
had broken out in a store room where
tave were stored. The prompt arri
val of the department prevented any
serious damage. The alarm came in
at 8: SO o'clock. The second run was
LITTLE HOPE NOW FOE EARLY TRIAL OF
TEN BEEF BARONS INDICTED IN CHICAGO
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John S. TTTTi
Overcomicg- a Bad
(Women's Fortnightly Journal.)
With the same diligence and
success that Socrates overcame his
yhysical defects, the clever wo
men of today are putting to rights
i the deficiencies In tceir coinpltx
itona. No woman with ambition
and snap sits down nowadays re-
jsignedly with folded h alios and
J allows her complexion to get
sluggish, which in time brings on
( some of the Bcriocs beauty ills.
5 such as pimples, liver spots, sal
Jlowuea. etc. Ofter she atudies the
"f nature of her complexion blem-
uhes and learns their cause, she
will toss all her erstwhil craams
and lo'Jons out of the window ai-.d
get a real speciuc with medicinal
alterative properties. The beat
remedy we know of Is pure col-
eated balsam. It comes in unat
tractive tin boxes but its merit is
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ltuiiu qui 'sii'-a. n ac electric
ally aud an ounce and a half pur
chased from your druggist will
not only ron.nve all thy blemisnes
and parasitical dead scp.rf Bkin, '
but your whole complexion will
be g'ovkir.g aid youthful and satiny.
P,, v Vk ,.
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Just when thf ten Chicago pack-
ing house magTiates Indicted for
criminal conspiracy to restrain trade
win now be brought to trial, follow
ing the granting of writs of habeas
corpus for all the accused men by
Judge C C. Kohlsaat, is now only
a matter of conjecture by govern
ment authorities who have been
working for years to perfect their
case against the alleged beef trust
The court upheld the contention of
i John S. Miller, the packers' chief
: counsel, that the constitutionality of
j the criminal section of the Sherman
, anti-trust act ought first to be decid
i ed before entering upon a tedious
I and costly trial. The decision means
that a year probably will elapse be
fore t&m paint is finally decided, and
the way is again cleared for the trial
wnich had been scheduled to start
trade to the SelfTert-Wiese Lumber
company, where fire was discovered in
the lumber dry. shed. Here about f 1,-
nno worth nf ltimher had been stored, i
! but the fire department 'extinguished : nl,e- died
i the fire with a loss of only about $100. 'o'clock at Mercy hospitr.i. Mrs. Stlce's
! An investigation of both fires will be
survived by his wife, and father, Chris
Otto of Philadelphia.
Mrs. Ida B. Stice, 1S"9 College ave-
Saturday morning at C:30
Held for Theft. In police court Sat
urday morning. Gust, or more fa
miliarly, "Gullah" Peterson answer- s
ed a complaint of larceny bought
against him by the proprietor of the
Crown restaurant. Peterson has
been employed to cart potatoes and ! L'i
vegetables which the restaurant peo
ple stored. The charge is that Pet
erson appropriated five bushels of
potatoes and sold them to some
friends who were camping on the
Cheapest and Best for Furnace, Cook or Heating Stove
MUELLER LUMBER CO.
Old Phone West 511
Etfrflfc rfHj Shu
man was placed ;
under $500 bonds to wait action of
the grand jury.
Tecords Are Burned. Sixteen vol
umes cf county records were damaged
in the fire Thursday night at the
Ransom printing plant. The volumes
contained records prepared by asses
sors of the townships In the county.
They covered a period of four years.
The volumes were in the bindery de
years old, and Mrs. Darlin?, 6S years i
old, were married In Dekalb. Mr. and I
Mrs. Reynolds 'left for Rochelle, where !
they will reside.
R. H. Whits! tt went to Davenport
for a Bhort business trip.
Mrs. Elizabeth Rader and Mrs. Fred
partment where the fire did the most ' Valentine spent Thursday in the tri- i
damage. Some of the records have! -luti- U
Mrs W TT Bird and son left Thurs- ' V.
made by Chief Denger.
Obituary Record. Saturday evening
! at 7:15 occurred the death of Henry
i C. Otro, a collector and deliverer for
; the C'hicapo Crayon company. Mr.
Otto's home is in Philadelphia. While
i pasting through Davenport Nov. 2 he
! was taken suddenly 1M and was re
! moved to the St. James hot?l, where he
maiden name was Ida E. Lundy, and
she was born in Davenport Sept. 27.
1S65. On Jan. 4, 1S93. she was united
in marriage to Lee Stice. and as a re
sult of that union two children sur
vive. Funeral services were held tils
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home,
with interment in Oakdale cemetery.
Balked at Cold Steel,
wouldn't let a doctor cut my
said H. D. Ely, Bantam,
grew Fteadiiy worse, finally passing ; Ohio, "although a horrible ulcer had
into an unconscious condition, from
which he never fu'ly recovered.' His
wife was notified and Immediately
been totally destroyed, but the oth
ers can be copied In other books.
They are not of much value from a
financial standpoint, but were worth
considerable to the county.
Schedule Pool Game. Scott T. Ow
ings and Eugene Henning will play
a match pocket billiard game Nov.
27 and 2 8 at the Manufacturers' ho-
el and billiard parlors. The game
will be for 3 00 points, 150 of them
to be made each night. Henning de
feated Owings Thursday night, but
the local man was not In the best of
condition and he believes that he can
best the Canadian champion. Hen
ning will remain in the city till Mon
day. He has posted a forfeit to in
sure his appearance for the game.
The local man will practice the com
Prefers Jail to Moline. "I would
rather "be in jail in Chicago than at
liberty in Moline," was the pleasant
little bouquet banded the City of
Mills Friday by Rose Smith, ege 19,
who was arraigned before Municipal
Judge Newcomer in the Englewood
: court, Chicago. Rose Smith is an
' orphan. She Is net known to the
I police in this city. She was takr-"
! from an aparttrent ever a saloon con?
i ducted by Gustave Koromiiis, a
Greek, nt 4 West Eighty-first
' street, Chicago, two weeks ago,
'where she said she was employed as ;
! housekeeper. It was when the judfre
announced that he was going to send i
her to Moline that she expressed her
desire to remain In jail r?.ther thanj
to enjoy her liberty here. If report?!
emanating from Chicago are trua, j
the local citizens would prefer that!
she be kept !n jail in Chicago rathor
day for their home In Winnipeg, Can
ada, after an extended stay at the
home of her brother, S. S. Morrison.
Mrs. C. R. Cross and baby daughter
left Thursday for Pittsburgh, Pa., to
make an extended visit with relatives.
Miss Doran, one of the primary
teachers, left Thursday for a short
visit in the schools of Galesburg and
Macomb before going home to Ten
nessee, 111., to spend the week end.
Mrs. E. M. Bigelow and son went to
Woodhull to visit Mrs. C. F. Durstoa
Mrs. C. H. Cooper has returned from
a ten days' visit in Indianapolis.
Mrs. O. A. Eridgford and Mrs. S. R.
Amlocg and children were called to
Odd lots of Advertising Calendars
at cost of
There are 1,000 designs
make a selection.
from which you can
Joy Wednesday to see their mother, n
top of a cellar stairs and was found
In an unconscious condition.
Mr. and Mrs. F. ML Carlson and Mrs.
Anna Harper, who have been the
guests of Mrs. J. S. Balmer for a week,
left Wednesday for Atwood, Kan.
Mrs. Orr Calhoun and little son left
Thursday for a few days' visit with
relatives in Keithsburg.
Mrs. N. C. Rumniell of Spencerville.
Tr.d., who has been visiting at the
home cf Mr. and Mrs. M. Canum for
two weeks, left Friday for her home.
Little Miss Hope Stevens It ft Fri
day for Woodhuil to visit friends.
Mrs. Richard Hognn left Friday for
a short visit in Rock Island.
Mrs. Jane L. Allison left Friday for
Can print up order same day as received.
The best designs are going rapidly. Call if you
can or Phone W. 20 5 and we will send salesman.
L. E. West Gum Co.
1510-1512 SECOND AVENUE.
visit with her granddaughter, Mrs. E.
N. Guthrie. She was accompanied to
Burlington by her grandson, Ed Lewis.
Mrs. H. J. Poetlewaite left Friday
for Kock Island for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. George Buford of
Keithsburg visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Lloyd.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolff returned
Friday from Chandlersvllle, 111., where
they spent a week. They were accom-
Denver, Colo., to make an extended panled home by their daughter, Mrs.
came to this city and remained at his
bedside, but It is doubtful if he recog
nized her. The body will be taken to
Philadelphia for burial. Mr. Otto is all druggist?.
L-eeu iue lyr oi ,uv me lor lour tha Rt 2rRe here
years, ins.eaa i usea iucKien s Ar- conducted the saloon where she was
nica Salve and my foot was soon I f, wns finei srr1 oostp for
completely curea." Heals burns, j kppT1in R riisrpT1taM house
uoiib, sores, uruises, eczema, pimpies,
corns, surest pile cure, 25 cents at
CARE OF THE TEETH
You trust your druggist, and he knows it. He doesn't abuse that confidence, either,
for it means money to him to deserve it. He doesn't recommend every medicine on
his own shelves to you he won't promise a cure tmles he knows the facts warrant
it. That's why every well posted druggist's positive indorsement of
THE KING REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM
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They Are the Eest
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ro.n r-Tri; ftr r;?.urr.a-U-ir
1 t;-,::.K Trora my own
t'T jjerlwn- thar Coino is
t.. ai's: remarkaMe rrae
f .- I Imve ever h ikj c-fLs;oa
. 1 -i-;e In my 18 joarf cf
lirvt; bvis'r -?" Have expr-i-'irnt
no rttflicaity whl(i
tri r .n ft-;i:r.jr s::tne. 1 tb'.r.k
it !s tn of t.u.e b rt acqui
sition :o my tck.
i'ijnci Jonn A O'Mi'Vr,
Tcke This Coupon to
size 5k; tube of Celin Crvr-.-.r. Lin
iment. fr. with tne 1 bottle of
Celnso I atn row parchasia.
Purrly yeur cuitonr with tie
Cre-n LinJmcnt a. tbore. Send
us t.e coupe ss ad we w!'. re
p' t::r poods. f'.-.I.MO CO..
gives us the ripbt to talfe to you through him as
a mutual friend who backs every word we say
and protects your Interests at the same time be
cause Lis everyday neighborly selling experience
has verifled o-ir strongest claims,
"ft'e don't ask you to taie the word of leading
Kr.sll&h and French physicians, who hare cured
rheumatism for years with CELMO and whose
written endorsements gare CELMO Its widespread
popularity abroad. Instead, we have brought
CELMO right into your own town, where hun
dreds are buying It over the counters of your
druggist an1f: where thousands of other sufferers
Xrcm rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago, gout, neu
ralgia and ail that tribe of torments have found
health and new Joy In life from Its use.
You can't get rld of rheumatic pains by Just
ec during them. Don't sit down and wait for
health to come back It won't. For health Isn't
a game of chance, but a game of skill In which
the rules of modern science decide the outcome.
Those sclentI3c principles, applied, produce CEL
MO. Every Ingredient in It composition has a
reaves. Ever step In its making was decided by
actual reference to human beings wboee cures gave
its diseovererthe clew which he sought.
When you purchase CELMO of your druggist,
therefore, you are buying something more than
medicine; ' you are buying health itself.
Where there's an aching back or a wincing limb
there is rheumetism in the making. Back it
comes, again and again, sapping the strength cf
system until every organ, driven beyond its pow
er naps and falls to meet th terrible demand
placed upon It. Nature repeat her danger sig
rals again and acaln. All through the blood the
uric acid seat and source of all rheumatic ail
menu is penetrating farther and farther, weak
enicg the tissues, dissolving the precious alka
linity of the white corpuscles and fastening: upon
you the fetter of a chronic agony.
This human torment, endured in brave heroism
by rainier today. CELMO CURES AND CURE 3
TO STAT by driving from the biocd the uric
scid poison that Infests It and by helping ratrre
to repair the Injury wrought upon the system.
CELMO offers you INSURANCE against disease,
for by striking at the root of all rheumatic dis
orders, it absolutely prevents their return and
gives immediate relief from their tortures while
it is working their sure extermination If you
value your bodily rigor you will not refuse this
To Prove Celmo's Worth, We Are Paying
Your Druggist to Cure You.
It is a bitter thing to trifle with suffering. You.
have a right to demand of the man who says he
can cure you a proof of the honesty cf his pledge.
V.'cat better proof of CELMO'S he&Jingxpowers
can be required than the recommendation of a
neighbor your druggist who lives with you and
depends upon you for his livelihood whose
word is hi working capital? Before the leading
druggist consented to introduce CELMO for us
they demanded the privilege of a long and care
ful test of its merit and their Indorsement to
day is the result of that exhaustive scientific
CELMO is packed in the most convenient form
in tablet. 12 days supply to the bottle, sold at
$1. With every bottle he sells you we pay your
druggist to give you a 30-cent tube cf CELMO
CREAM LINIMENT, an invaluable remedy for the
lighter form of pains, bruise and swellings,
which require external rather than more power
ful internal treatment. These two remedies com
bined are highly recommended by physicians for
more complicated case of rheumatism.
Go to the Store Today and Take the First
Step in Health; Let Celrao Drive
Away Every Ache and Restore
the Joy of Living.
If your druggist cannot supply yon send direct
The Cehno Co., American Distributors.
Chicago, nil ii .
There are very few people who have
not experienced at some rimp cf their
life that nagging, persistent pain
known as toothache, a pein that tends
Bridegroom 5; Bride Is S3. to drive one to distraction, and
DeKalb. Nov. 2". S. D. Reynolds, S'5 ! which one is at loss to know how to
control. In most of the common
aches, a measure of relief can be ob
tained by the meo of liniment, by rub
bing or by heat; but the excruciating
pains Inside the tooth often defy such
The pulp, or nnrve, as it Is some
times called, closely resembles a small
fiber of beefsteak, and lies in the
middle of the tooth. Being thus en
cased In a bony socket, wnen It be
comes inflamed arxi starts to swell,
there is no opportunity to enlarge, and
this is one of the reasons for the
severe pains. A similar inflammation
in the arm, for instance, of that
amount of tissue would hardly be no
ticed. Toothache may be roughly divided
Into two classes, those cases in which
the nerve is alive and those ia which
the nerve is dead. "But," eays some
one, "I do not see how any tooth can
ache without a live nerve; there must
be some mistake." There Is no mis
take, nearly one-half of the toothache
we have comes from Just such cases.
When you see some one going around
with his cheek all swelled out, aa if
be had eaten an apple dumpling and
forgotten to swallow It, you may be
certain that he hs no live pu'p In
the tooth that is causing the trouble.
Of the many remedies for toothache,
the one best adapted for the home is
oil of cloven. It is fairly eSicient for
all forms of toothache. Is mild In Its
action, and does little damage If it ac
cidentally spreads on the tlsflue.
Strong solutions containing carbolic
add, such as are often sold In the
form of liquids, or waxe3, should be
avoided, as very often the mouth 1
burned by their use.
When the pulp is alive the tooth 1
sensitive to heat and cold, sweets
hurt It, and anything thrust into the
cavity causes Intense pain. It gen
erally has what we style jumping
pains, but there is little soreness, or
swelling. Ia these cases if the cav
ity Is gently wiped out with a pledfret
of cotton, and a traali piece of cotton
saturated with the oil Is laid In the
bottom and held in by a larger pellet
of cotton, the pain will generally sub
e'.de, if there has not been too much
When the pulp Is dead, the pain is
doll and heavy, the tooth Is sore and
feels longer than the others when we
bite. In time there Is swelling and
much distress. In these ca.es thre
will not be much relief from the medi
cine unless It should happen that the
cavity is opened to the dead pulp and
the medicine caii get to It. Home
remedies are useful only as expedients
to quiet pain until more permanent
and reliable service cen be secured.
Of all the materials used In the fill
ing; of teeth, nne other has won
quite so universal regard as gold. We
learn from history that It was per
haps the flrst Bubstance to be used
for this purpose, and while the man
ner of ufclng it has changed, it still
holds an important place in the equip
ment cf the deiitist. The advantages
that gold poseetses as a filling ma
terial are many. It more nearly ap
proaches the color of the teeth than
any other metal; it can be easily
placed In the cavity of a teeth so
firmly as to prevent further decay; It
la not affected by the saliva or the
foods that we eat, and it does not
discolor the tooth that Is filled.
Many people have no other filling
In their teeth than gold, and with
those who can afford it, and who de
sire it, it doe very well. The usual
method, however, is to rely upon the
jjdgment of the dentist as to which
filling material I3 best adapted to each
tooth. For instance, an average
mouth may show gold fillings, amal
gam filling, gold Inlays, porcelain in
lays, crowns of various sorts and
bridges, all Eerving a useful purpose,
and placed according to the dentist's
The usual locatlqn for the gold fill
ing Is the front teeth, where its dura
bility and its freedom from staining
render it valuable. Where the cavity
U large and It would thereby be very
noticeable. It would be better to use s
porcelain or enamel filling, though as
a rule they are not as durable.
Many people In order to economise
have their teeth filled with cement in
stead of gold, and while pometlmes
thla may be necessary, yet as a rule it
is poor economy, for gold is a per
manent filling, while with the cheap
cements we may only hope for tem
Some people show poor taste In try
ing to have their teeth display a
much gold as possible, much after the
style cf the Jockey who sports a mas
sive watch chain. Others carry their
sensitive feelings too far the other
way, and will cot allow any gold in
their mouth whatever, even If it is the
one thing needful to preserve the
tooth. Both these extremes are
wrong, and the sooner we get to w
ing better judgment the better for our
teeth. The shape of the tooth, its lo
cation, condition and ether points en
ter Ir.to the question 9.0 laryeiy, that
after ail the decision of th- proper
niiiig to use is purely a technical one.
( Cocyrlght, Wectera i'weppr UnloaJ
H. Morse of Philadelphia, who will
spend a few week here.
Ray Dool returned Friday from a
stay of several day in Billings, Mont.
Miss Amelia Anderson went to Gales
burg Saturday to spend the week end
Mr. and Mrs. EdK Smith and baby
went to Galesburg Saturday for a short
visit with friends.
A. E. Janes left Saturday for a short
visit In Macomb.
Miss Ona Miller was a visitor In
Rock Island Saturday.
Miss Bessie Minor went to Rook
Island Saturday to spend a few days
J. A. Wells of this city has been
chosen as business manager of the
People's Telephone company, with
Ralph Brown as managing mechanical
engineer. His father, E. L. Brown, bus
been retained a consulting engineer.
A new real estate firm has been
formed. The members are O. C. Mc
Iutyre and ' Zales S. McGlnnis, who
have their office over the Craig drug
Mrs. Mary E. Willis has returned
from a six weeks'-visit with friends
in Mt. Ayr, Casey, Tingley and Adair,
Miss Mary L. Kelly of Milan has re
turned to her home after a few days'
stay at the home of Mrs. A. McKlnney.
Starts Much Trouble.
If all people knew that neglect of
constipation would result in severe
indigestion, yellow jaundice or viru
lent liver trouble they would soon
take Dr. King's New Life Pills and
end It. It's the only safe way. Best
for biliousness, headache, dyspep
sia, chills and debility, 25 cent at
For Her Complexion
(From Women's Vogue.)
Dorothy Deene, famous during
nany years for her newspaper il
ustratlons, has aroused public
urlosity. Not because she is fa
nous, but because she looks not
minute over 18, and a you
count back you realize that she
muet be nearlng 40, ffid yet,
there (he ia sitting at her easel la
a strong light with that myster
iously youthful and pretty face.
The Chicago Tribune devoted a
whole page one Sunday to the
witchery and wonder of Dorothy's
face, and in a recent interview
Do-.. thy, no doubt worn out by
thfc persistent Inqulaitivenns of a
ca'.'ous new.p;iper reporter, vehe
m ctly denied that she used any
ma!; lotion or salve or anything
myet'-.lous on her complexion. "1
don t u?e a slnjrle thing on my
'ace except old-fashioned thermo
dfed Je!)y. Anyone with pood
serse knows that it will keep off
) wnnKiea, uouoie emu ana mings
j like that." And the nwspapr
fellow, being a mere man, hated
to confess his Ignorance of ther-
' r.. j.I.a 4f.11.. V. it r(.irf.r 1 1 1,
md a mental note of It and
hied" to the r.'-arat. drug store
In v;est of for vanity z the
better of all of us, sooner or later.