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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1912.
The Keeley Cure for the Liquor Disease
awasssssBs sssssssssssssssssxbsssssss Mamaast
Has No Rivals as Far as Re
sults Are Concerned
MARRIAGE IN THE STONE AGE AND TODAY
Explosion Causes $150 Damage. The
exploaion of a boiler In the rear of the
Lsumore A Co. salesroom and ice
cream plant at S18 West Third street
Saturday afternoon caueed damage to '
the extent of about 150. The boi:er, j
uich waa located In the rear of the I
building, tore out the east wall of the
plant at the time but neither was in-'
Jured. Flying bottles, ice cream cans '
and other materials p to red In th pltnt
were thrown around by the fore of !
the explosion, but no one was struct
The report was loud enouph to be i
heard several blocks and attracted a
liirge crowd to the spot. '
Death From Natural Causes. The j
jost mortem over the body of the man !
who died Thursday at the hospital.
tied who was unknown until Saturday
afternoon, when he was identified by j
;orgo Hoist of riork Island as the
letter's brother, proved that death was
due to peritonitis. The body lay in
the morgue until Saturday, wbn
Oeorge Hoist of Rook lp!and was
brought to the Rungp undertaking eg-'
tablibhmeut to identify the dead mac, !
as Mr. Hnist suspected that the body !
was that of his brother, Jobu Hoist.
Hoist was born in Holetein, Germany, j
In 1854. and had been In the United I
States for the past 58 years. S'.nee '
landing in this country he had been ;
t mployed as laborer on different farms j
In Brott county. The brother who !
Identified h1rn is the only survivor. j
Dies as Result of Injury. Having his j
leg crushed at fvJIti o'clock Friday!
morning at the liettt-ndorf Axle ctn-j
pany. and dying from loss of blood r.iii j
hours later at the Mercy hoRpi'rl. was '
the fate of Otto (J. Rosrhe, eyed 21 I
jnars, an employe of the above com- j
jiatiy. living at 2'27 Iix II street.
Koschc was working on a riveting ma-'
chine in the car shops of th axle coin-'
pany, the crnneniao, Vivian 1-mrnon. i
hnvlng just finished putting a four-ton j
"I" Mum in peri Hon for the rlvetr.
started to rnis his chain. Tlie hcwVii
on the rhiiln raugh th- b-nm and !.ft-
d it f) V4rat feet off ti e floor Wl.cti
about 15 feet from the gnuind, th
hook loonened, letting 'lie heavy beam
fall. The huge pv of sti el struck
Itosrbe and bore l.ltn to the groutui,
breaking hi leg in two pla eg below
the knee and biiapp'tij; h's thigh bom;
near the hips.
TAeC ' THIS
( mau "TZ Be J
V CUS LAWFUL J
School Enrolls Ten a Night. Since
the opening of night school In the
Irving building for foreigners last
Monday evening enrollment has in
creased at the rate of about 10 a
night. All classes are fully organized,
and work Is progressing nicely. Su
perintendent C. H. Krone has behind
him an efficient corps of teachers, ca
pable of making intelligent citizens,
worthy of the name of Americans, out
of our foreign-born residents. The
course of study offered is proving
popular with the students, and fully
meets their requirements. Many of
these students are well educated in
their own language and in the man
ners and customs of their own coun
tries, and these In particular stand out
prominent among the high class of stu
dents of the school.
Contract Let for Building. Con
tract for a two-story wood shop and
pattern department building has been
let by Silvia shop officials to George
B. Swift and company, a Chicago con
tracting firm. A structure 50x150- feet
is provided for in the specifications. It
is planned to begin construction work
within a very short time so that the
two departments may soon be trans
ferred and housed In ample quarters.
It is planned to utilize the first floor
as a wood ehop, while the second floor
will be taken up by the pattern work
ers. At present men who do most of, not be prosecuted further,
the wood and pattern work for the o
Rock Island road are located In Chi-1 Obituary Record. Mrs.
wm mmBmaa mm
The Keeley Institute, Dwlght, EL
Beautiful location. Delightful siirroondlngs. Finest
accommodations. Fireproof. Equipped with every
modern convenience lor comfort and safety.
The Keeley Core Is Permanent
"This is the twentieth anniversary of my
reincarnation and release from the bondage
cf the Demon Rum. Completely cured the
accursed appetite never to return."
This is a sample letter; we ha-. 3 many,
many thousands like it. But we never pub
lish names of patients, without their consent.
In a number of instances we are allowed to
use names of men who have been cured, as
references, and will be glad to do so, and
convince inquirers of the truth of our claims,
We manufacture and sell Home Remedies
which cure the Tobacco Habit and many
forms of nervous troubles.
Full Information on Request
Booklets and full detailed information sent
in sealed, plain envelope on request.
You can save that brother, relative, friend,
employe from ruin, disgrace and death? Will
you do iff
400,000 men have been saved by the Keeley
treatment dnrint? thai last 3 vr! 4QA f!tr
families restored to happiness! New hope and
joy and ambition brought into the lives of
approximately 2,000,000 people! Isn't there
someone you can help?
Drunkenness Is a Disease
Dr. Leslie E. Keeley proved that drunkenness
is a true disease. It affects the nerve cells,
producing in them a demand for alcoholic food.
And it paralyzes the sufferer's will power and
ability to resist.
Not one man in a thousand can stop immod
erate drinking of his own accord. No more thaa
he can cure himself of smallpox or brain fever.
He must have help!
How the Keeley Treatment Cures
The Keeley remedies cure by removing th
artificial alcoholic appetite from the nerve cells,
and restoring them to their natural condition.
The Keeley medicines are nerve tonics. They
cajuse no sickness or nausea. They are absolutely
non-injurious and leave no ill effects of any kind.
The "craving" for drink is not the disease. It is
simply the symptom of the disease, just as a cough
is a symptom of some irritation or inflammation.
When the nerve cells are restored to their normal,
healthy condition, the appetite for alcohol disappears.
e also cure Opium, Morphine and other drug addic
tions. The drug is withdrawn gradually and there is no
shock, collapse, prostration or sickness. Full particu
lars in plain, sealed envelope on request.
We have a Chicago office, Suite 906 Rector Rulldlncj,
79 W. Monroe Street, where arrangements may be made.
THE LESLIE E. KEELEY CO.
I Springfield, where he attended the
Kate ; William McKenrick of Silvis spent
cago. The new arrangement will i Cansdale died at 2 o'clock Sat- Sunday with home folkB.
transfer them to Silvia. Nearly oneurday afternoon in St. Anthony's j Mr. and Mrs. George Holland visit
hundred men will be affected by, the j hospital, Rock Island, after a I ed Saturday and Sunday at the home
long illness. Since coming to! of Mrs. J. A. Lambert In Milan.
Moline from Cordova some 12 years! Mrs. Leonard Frank of Reynolds vls-
ago she had made her home with herj ited the past week with her father, L.
Cars Entered In Tour. Two cars
will be entered by the Moline Automo- j daughter. Mrs. E. F. Redonbaugh, 2103 j Weitz,
are in the I'r.ltel States. The funeral
M-rvires, h Id at 2 o'rlock i-'ati:r-
day 8ftern.Mn from the Nisi.cn &- llart
v.ig uTiderUildtig parlors, with inu-r-'
ineiit in Oat-.daie r-metery. Six coun
trymen of dic-f'usrd act d as piiilbear-
Henry Rath, axed f.C yrars, d:ed at
!:43 o i loi k Saturday morning at the
F. O'Connor, the well known dtputy
city clerk of Davenport; another eon,
John V. O'Connor, resides in Moline.
The daughters are Margaret. Mrs. T.
bile company both in the roadster)
class in the coming round-the-lake
tour under auspices of the Chicago
Motor club. This run will start, from
Chicago Monday, Oct. 21. The Moline I
company announced a week ago that!
its cars would not be entered in the!
run, for the reason that the Van
Sickle trophy cup held here was won
Twelfth street. She was born in Moil'
mouth 62 years ago.
i Edward R., infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. August Depaepe of Silvis, died
i after a brief illness at the home at 11
i o'clock Friday night. The funerai
was held from the Catholic church in
Mrs. W. Lloyd visited Wednesday
against theV tailor "us beltlg the cause
of his son's falling to pass the exam
ination, and the university as a corpo
ration also sued the tailor for disre
spect to it and the government In pre
venting a German subject from enter
ing the government service through ex
amination. The Judge held the tnllor guilty In
both crhcs and fined him f00 marks,
at the same time expressing his plens-
witu her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ure in being legally permitted to pnn
East Moline at 3 o'clock Saturday aft
ernoon and burial was iu St. Mary's
I Keilly, NVil and Alice, all of Dav- j in a rIass 0ue oveut whlch provMed ! cemetery. East Moline.
home, 7."!ii West High street, after a
Ivccnscd born in lingering ill ik h. Ueci n.-ie i was bom
lavenport Nov. 2S, ISo, v. here he was
educated iu the public m !mo!s. The
survivors are the widow, Mrs. Auna
Rosche; the parents, Mr. :uid Mrs.
Frank Roeche; flic brothers. Theo-;
dure, Bon, (Jus, Conrad and Frank, and
two sisters, Mrs C. W. M-Miilin and
Mrs. F. W. .Ku'ght. The funeral serv
ices were held at 2 o'clock this aftor-
mxin fiom the home umler the a'isptces
in (ienuany and had resided In this
city for sevf-ral eatv. The survivors
;irc tvo da ii:ht'-rs, Mr?. Emma Taus
tian and Mis. I-ria I'lcog.
In U: rluith cf .Mrs. Marc,. i;a O'Con
nor, which occurred ai l:" o'clock
Sunn-day r.i'it nt the family home.
1'i V tt Fifth street, one of Iuven
port's noMe.st women is no more. De
ceits, d. l!(,c maiden name was Mar-
Mrs. Robert H. Nott died at her
home Saturday morning at 9: 30 o'clock
after an ii!ntes of five years. She was
horn in Davenport May 3, 1S53, the
daughter of Rev. James Dinsmore Ma
son and Anne Lycn UUine Mason.
Her father was out- of the pioneer
I'rf fIi terian ministers of Iowa, one of
the venerated fathers of the chunh
in this city up to the time of h's death
here in IVjU. She was married April
27, 175, to Robert H. Nott. The four
children, who, with the husband, are
nereavtd by her death, are Hen jam in i
for technical examination before and
after the tour. This year's run is to a
Class Three event, without technical
Realty Draws Large Sum. Three
hundred dollars a front foot has been
oirei ea uy Davenport business men j
for the realty owned by Mrs. Minnie!
Richards on Sixteenth street between'
Fourth and Fifth avenues, occupied al j
present by two brick buildings one;
the Rufus W'a.ker & Sons' coal office, ;
the other used by the Moline Woman's
club as rest room quarters. The prop-i
of the Red Men and the Rcjal Area- j cella KVenan. was horn in County West ; Hlaine Nott, Elizabeth I)ins:nore Nott tTty has a depUl of 80 feRt and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Corhin and
children, Ruth and Glen nt Moline,
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
Corbin's sister, Mrs. William Ger
hardt. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mitten and
daughter Ella, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ken
dall and sons Steve and Clarence, and
Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Mitten and little
n duii lining Liiuiuaj i 11 .til. anu .,110.
Depew in Milan.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Smith and
two sons Neil and Don, visited Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Smith in Moline.
Mrs. Margaret Ford of Los Angelr-a,
Cal., has been the guest of her nelce
Mrs. George Lewis for the past wcrS.
Prof. Washburn, wife and daughter
of Coal Val.ey, visited Saturday and
Sunday with Carbon Cliff friends.
Louis Weitz and Lewis Sickler were
Moline business callers.
Ray Whita-ker and Martin Danberg
of Moline, were Sundav visitors.
ish the defendant for "his lack of pat
riotism nud love of the fatherland."
MADE THE TAILOR PAY.
Hum lodge, with
Interment in Fair-
Obituary Record. liciii (ir.-t died at
V o'clock Friday evening at his room- 1
log house, 720 Wett Sciond t.trt-i. at
the aye of 18 years, (lest wan born In
Mrs. Hugh Rarr, Jr., and Lily Garrett
.icut'i. ireia-H!, .May .., :"S. She
raino to America in landing in Nott. Two brothers are James R. .Ma-1
New York. In lf."", at Crotcn Falls, son of I s Moines and John B. Mason
N. Y., he was uni'ifd in mnrr'&ge to of Fort Madison. The funeral eervices ;
Michael O'Connor. Two years later ' were held at the home, 120 Kirkwood
they can;e west and tetrh-d in St-k- boulevard, at 3 o'clock this afternoon.!
ton. mwa. Here Mr. o i oimor mod. nev. Dean Hare in charge, interment
Turkey and had been working in this and 25 years rgo the family removed to was at Oakdale.
city us a laborer fr the past sx Davenport. Surviving to mourn are!
v.ontn. ,o relatives or the dead man two sons and four daughters; James
frontage of 110 feet on Sixteenth ! Steven Adams, in East Moline.
street. The price named is $33,000 Mrs- I-R' Garey and daughters
He Wouldn't Give Credit and the Ger
man Law Punished Him.
Law in Germany takes some odd
turns, according to a Chicago lawyer
recently buck from abroad.
One case the traveler related with
amusement concerns a tailor, a student
and the University of Ilerlln. A stu-
hoube in the new retail district of the
11; i,,,"-,-, -? AZS
Is Better m
not alone the wonderful raisin?
nalities.ur l!:c ccruir.tyof rfsul;s,. r
aC purity, or tie umK'rmuy, or ti:e
conomy, th.it is rapidly malu:
Calumet the most pi'pular Bal.inj
Powder. It is the perfect combinaiu.u
of alt of these things.
You need only to use Calumet
once to make you a
constant user. Ask
your grocer today
test it in your next
taking. lncist on
It. " v ' -
RFCTJVEO HtC!JE5T AWARDS
Wcr'd'sPur Fo! E&paUica.
".'-"'sL Ch.co.IU.. Pan. Eiarwi-
Doubt a to Which It Wat Shown in
Paintings and Statues.
There is no doubt Peter Sruyvesant
had a wooden leg. The histories tell
of how he stomped about the streets
of New Yieuw Amsterdam, le-iving a
dot and dash trail In the ro:id like a
Morse code. But there is one point on
which historians seem perplexed or It
may be that the readers of history are
unobservinj which leg had the good
In the Wall street section those who
roam may see at least fie representa
tions of the late lamented governor of
the Dutch colony. Three of these are
painted on the panels of signs, and two
are statues, like Peter's leg, made of
One of the statues and two of the
paintings represent the governor wear
ing a chair leg attached to his right
nether limb, while in the o'hers paint
erg and sculptTS have chosen to rep
resent that it was his left leg he had
All show tte leg bedecked wifb rib
bon bows, and all show him as a be
Eifm individual not at all la keeping
with the character given him by the
historians in question wearing Knick
erbocker? and a felt chapcau and effcr
ing a roll of manuscript to whomso
ever luoks. New York Times.
for the entire tract, which is consid : l'la"'s an1 Lvalyn were Moline vis-1 jent had ordered an evening suit from
ertd an ideal location for a business ! ltors tny latter part of the week. j tailor. He already owed him money
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Reckwith of i for former orders, but promised faith
Davenport visited Sunday with Mr. j fully to pay what was coming to the
and Mrs. John Holland and Mr. and j tailor, as his father had promised to
Mrs. Lawrence Reckwith. " j send him a sum of money. The stu-
Mr. and Mrs. Jot Laughery, Sr., of I dent was to pass nn examination for a
Mathersville spent the past week with government position and the suit was
their daughter, Mrs. Chester Kennedy,
Doy Returned to Native Arabia.
Efforts of Mrs. Carrie O'Connor, pro
bation officer, in behalf of young Ham
niadi Susi, a 10-year-old Arabian tumb-
FEE ONLY CN- DOLLAR jj
Bfor you py b!j fee to others Investigate our rret
success and low prices. For 17 years the best and
chMjet. Our fee for med.ea.1 treatn-.er.t Is only oce
io'.Ur lr.cludir.fi medicine. In Catarrh. Riieumatlsm and
many li"art. Storr.arh and I.unc Troubles Also Ner
vous iifD'iuy. erupts. or vigor. a:l run disr-v
Biadder. Blood ard Skin r!
Call at o.Tice o:;ce. you cab
Vnrlco Veins. KMney
eie at erv iow rates,
return Lome ea:r.e day.
n1 'hl'ren ahoull take cur ure-;!
V -'-'-1 treatments for lur.ir. heart, itrr.a.-l.
ervr.ue diseasea. 17 years In rvecrort-
'o . r.a i joay ana .-i irday eve
o Sunday morn:r.f frum li to 11 a. m.
d.jss. 7 t .
CHICAGO MKDICAL INSTITUTE
I8 W. Tblrd IU otsr dar:i t?rxi C. BtreBcort. I.
Bathing an Elephant.
The elephyr.t's b.ith takes a week to
ciitry out in every detail. It rtf iV.ires
the servi-es of three men. and it costs
Sr,'iO. This treatment is nccecry for
a circus e'ej U::nt. and if the animal is
a vahialie one the proprietor of the
circus does r.ot consider the money
wasted The Crst procrs ccsists in
colli s f.ver the immense b-dv with the
ticrt S'"ap procurable; 1." p iuuds of
sonp is ;.:-f. :.d the '-':rji..r.t's ears
sre erpeiaily carefully ai.-t:(2e.l to.
Whf-u the m.ij i;i ard t!ryir.? are
.mpleted tLe ele, Ltnt is well sandpa
I'ered and a'ter that nibbed all over
with the purest Indian oi! until the
iaonse gray fk:n is suf ard g'.isten-
ler, whose plight here brought about and sou, Tom Iaughery.
the arrest of a troupe manager, A. i Mr. and Mrs. I E. Uerkwith visited
Ackerman, have succeded. Saturday ' Monday with the forme-r's parents, Mr.
Mrs. O'Cannor received word from the and Mrs. Perry Beckwith, in Daven
Immlgration Protective league inform-: port.
ing here that Susi, together with a 13- John Ewart was a business caller in
year-old Jloroccan had been given pas-'Moline Monday.
Fage and pocket money for return to j John Hushman of Wessington, S. D.,
their native land on the North Oer-' visited with his sister-in-law, Mis. Wil
man Lloyd steamship Berlin. Acker- liam (krhnrdt, Saturday,
man supplied the funds and then dis-! Mrs. Peter Franey of Silvis visited
appeared from New York. In view afjthe latter part of the ween with Mrs.
his last action for the boys, he will
To Darken the 'Hair and Re
store Gray and Faded Hair
,to Its Natural Color,
It is easier to preserve the color of
the hair tnan to restore it, although it
is possible to do both. Our grand
mothers understood the secret. They
made a "sae tea," and their dark,
glossy hair long after miJdJe life was
dae to this f &ct. Our mothers have gTay
hairs before they ore fifty, but they are
beginning to appreciate the wisdom of
our grandmothers in UEing "sage tea"
for their hair and are fast following suit.
The present generation has the advan
tage of the pa-st ia that it can get a
ready-to-use preparation called Wyc-th'e
fc-ag-2 and Sulphur Hair Remedy. As a
scalp tonic ar.d color restorer this prep
aration 13 vastly suTK-rior to the ordinary
sa.;e tea" made Ly our grandmothers.
T'-a a v. - e u i :
Mr. and Mrs. Jot Laughery, Jr., vis
ited Sunday at the homes of Thomas
laughery and Chester Kennedy.
Miss Mabel Weitz of Rock Island
visited Sunday with her cousins, Mar
tha and Dorothy Weitz.
R. J. Phelps visited with home folks
Grant and Charles McKenrick left
Sunday for their home in Camanche,
Iowa, after a visit at the home of theli
uncle, Frank McKenrick.
Mrs. Revoe J. Phelps and sons Har
old and Iwell and Mrs. N. Krambeck
visited the latter part of the week in
Milan with Mr. Phelps.
Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson cf Rock
Island, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Corhin.
Frank Wilson and Evelyn of Silvis
were entertained Suiy:ay at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frymier.
Mrs. L. E. Beckwith entertained
her cousin Miss Antoinette Moetzti
and Miss Bertha Rodler of Davenport,
Iowa, the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belowski Sun
day entertained Mr. and Mrs. Neylipe
cf Henry county and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mitten and lit
tle daughter were entertained at the
home of Gust Meeska in Hampton
BiufT Sunday. i
Mrs. Thomas Laughery visited i
with relatives at Colona. Saturday. !
Mr. and Mrs. Collins Dewrose and ;
to be ready the same morning and he
was to call for it and pay the bill. He
called as agreed and told the tailor he
did not have time to cash the draft his
father had sent him, but would call
after the examination.
The tailor Insisted on having his
money and, not being paid, he refused
to let the student tise the suit he had
ordered for the examination. The re
sult was that the latter missed the ex
amination. It was ascertained later
that the student's father had sent him
money and that he had spent the cash
for a dikner given to some friends.
Ftilf was bro'ight hv the father
Columbus and the Magnetio Needle,
For a long time it was popularly
supposed that Christopher Columbus
was the first to note the declination of
the magnetic needle. In l!)(Mi. howev
er, there were discovered three sun
dials dating from a time anterior to
Columbus' tlrst voyage nud bearing oo
the compasses accompanying theut
lines indicating the declination of the
needle. One of these, found at Inns
bruck, was made at Nuremberg in the
year 1151. Not only has It nn engrav
ed Hue indicating the declination nt the
time of its construction, but shows
other lines lndieatlug the changes of
direction undergone by the needle in
subsequent years. Who first noted the
declination of the needle would appear
to be still an unsettled uiie"tiou.
' London Through tho Ages.
The occupation of the site of London
dates back much farther than most
readers are aware. The city that
Julius Caesar found occupied a lite
which ind been inhabited for unuum
lered thousands of years. It is now
known that during paleolithic and
neolithic times- the two great divi
sions of the stone age man dwelt on
the site of London, but it first became
the settlement of a community at the
opening of ihe historic age, when It
was a stronghold of the Celts. The
remains of Its Roman period are the
finest of the kind in Oreat Britain.
The Anglo-Saxon and Danish periods
are finely represented, and even later
periods, such us the Tudor, furnish rel
ics that have been buried by that
strance process of superincumbent
growth which makes the Foil under a
great city resemble the fosslliferous
strata of geology.- Youth's Companion.
All the news all the time The Argus
The rrowth ar.rl l.-p.ntv r.f th hn:r
depends on a htalthy condition of ths
scalp. Wyeth's a;;e and Sulphur Hair
Remedy quic5;Ivki;ia tLe dandruff perms
which rco the hair of its life, color and !
lustre, makes the scalp clean and ; li'tle cia:;r,htfcr of East Moline spent1
healthy, gives the hriir strength, color ' Sunday with his sister, Mrs. George'
"i--6ui.y, ar.rj Hues it grow. Lewis.
..l.feses uieua anu leucine rreis ana
Misses Vera and Blanche Swank and
Get a 50 cent bottle from your druggist
today. He wi.i eive your money back
if you are not satisfied after a fair trial.
trig. This lnt ouch is the not ex
pensive rart t f the both, as ?:." : has to ' Special azents. Harper House pnar- , a
, he spent oa the oil alone. Philadelphia macy.
Record. 1 Useme
. Eunice Mardis were entertained
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15th SL and 2aJ Ave. (Adver- , L'.ovd
Henry RoeEchman is home from J
Progress Has Arrived
In This Actual Relief for
Sciatica and Neuritis
We hare held oat hope with laritb hnd to the afterer from
ihcjrr.at:m, c:aor. anj r.euriti in this tity, in our aunojnte
mem printed during the putt fe day. They hive taken in at
our -xiri. and the responiili:y ii ouii nelcome, Leraue t.f tl.
tremendoui amount of relief which thee few dayj have already
brought to tbii tity.
If you could ipend a balf day in our More and hear the word
of thanks the humely expressions of gratitude from people who
have not been free from Lain before for years, you would -in W
sur.d our rahusuim and our earnest desire that every 5j:fcier
within reach should learn of this new irew.-ij'.iori, "Nunto."
It is not a patent tnediiine, and it floes not contain the t'ixhtnt
trace of carcotita or opiates. A apeculut in Sen York it re-;. en
title for this purely ethical prewri'ition. Ii;s hroth-r physicians
ha-.e taken tip the use of it and its fame bas extended until it
reaches from coast to coast.
"Xurito" bas done so much in relieving curt of the lorireTt
standing, cases which other remrliea have been unable to r'.i've,
completely bani&hing the uric acid from the system and thus remov
ing the cause of ail rheumatic diseases, that it sounds too good to
Fiut it it true. We will show you proof barked by affidavit
testimonials from peopie who bad despaired of e.er being cured. Vi
want tr.oe sufferers who have well nisrh given up l.otje to call,
f-irphone or write us for "Nurito." We give you positive aAtur
r.ce that you will secure complete relief by iu use. A $1 box
"Xurito ' a clean, legitimise prescription. rrasures the greate-t
progress ever rr.ade in fisrr.ing tiie terrible sifferirg of rheunur -d
seases. In fjirr.ess tr. your-;f. try it. Compounded by Magistral
Chemical Co., iiauron fcidg , ti. V.
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY
and other leading druggists.
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