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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1912.
Fined for Keeping Unsanitary Ware
house. Fines of 15 and court costa
were assessed against Steve Stopoloua
and Alex Halloa, two fruit pedd'.ers
who were arrested at the instigation
of the board of health. Both men paid
their fines but their licenses have not
been restored to them by the author
ities. Following their arrest a Mavnr
Mueller revoked the licenses held by j Deceased was bom
the peddlers until sucn time as they
had given -proof that the warehouses
maintained by them would be placed
In the sanitary condition required by
the health authorities.
Seeks New Trial for Clifton. Alleg
ing; that the court erred in pronounc
ing a fli-ntence upon Fred Clifton lu
less than three days after the verdict
was returned by the Jury and that
such benten.ee was pronounced within
sis hours of the Jury's verdict, Attor
ney W. G. Mott yesterday renewed his
efforts to serv.ire a new trial for Clif
ton. Attorney Mott In the amendment
to the original motion for a new trial,
states that the court is in error In
sentencing Clifton to the penitentiary
for life without granting him the time
fallowed by the law for preparation. He
further awHerts tnat this sentence was
pronounced upon Clifton without his
consent and that he was not represent
ed by his attorney or friends.
Llconses to Wed. The following li
censes were granted today: Louis A.
Puis and Miss Adulain McKlnney of
Davenport; Charles C. Thompson of
KeClnlru and Miss Minnie
of laCrosie, Wis.
Illness of several months, due to a
complication of diseases. The young
man was born in this city April S, 1894.
He is survived by bis father and moth
er and one sister, Esther. Tne faner
al services will be held Wednesday
aftternoon at 2 o'clock from the resi
dence of his parents, Rev. W. H.
Blancke officiating. Interment will
take place at Oakdale.
Word was received In Davenport
Sunday morning from Burlington,
Iowa, announcing the death of Louis
Gromoll, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
A. Gromoll. 1558 West Pleasant street.
In Lima Center,
Wis.. Feb. 20, 1860, being 52 years of
age at the time of death. When" a
small boy he removed to Davenport
with his parents and was educated In
the public schoo'.s here. All of his life
was spent in this city until a few
years ago, wnen he removed to Bur
lington, where he was united in mar
riage to Miss Delia McCormick of
Rockford, 111. Mrs. Gromoll preceded
him in death by six years. The surviv
ors are the parents and the following
eral weeks here with relatives, left
Thursday for her home in Waverly,
Kan. Mrs. S. N. Gillespie accompan
ied her home to make an extended
Mrs. P. R. Thompson spent Wednes
day with her daughter. Miss Nellie,
near Sherrard, where she is teaching.
The Aledo public school was closed
Friday and the teacher went to Galea
turg to attend the Military Tract
Teachers' association which met there
Thursday and Friday.
Miss Margaret Felge ent to
Keithsburg Thursday to spend a lev
The Columbian club met Wednes
day afternoon and continued their
etudy of Browning. The poem for
study this week was Saul. Mrs. Bor
ten, the leader, gave a very fine ex
position of the poem. Mrs. Morgan
read an interesting paper on "The
Lament, Second Samuel, first chapter,
19-27." Margaret Sangster says: "The
lament of David for Saul is one of the
finest elegiac poems that mortal ge
nius ever composed." The readerB
sisters: Mrs. bmma Kail and M rs. ; ora ra nirn im nnvt and v
Henry Taylor of Davenport, Mrs. R. G. ! wineer. The following delegates were
! Hook of Waterloo. Iowa, and Mrs F. : wti to pttonrt h tnt fHrattnn
G. Davis of Oak Park. 111.
Mrs. M. E. Walklnshaw, who has
been calling on Aledo friends, return
el to Kelthsburg Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Day and daughter. Miss
Ruth, spent Wednesday in Galesburg.
Alvah Joy spent Thursday in Rock
Mrs. W. H. Roberts, Mrs. Samuel
Walker, Mrs. Ernest Miller and Mr.
B Malvln xvay uooi wem to ijavenpon
j nursaay in toeir automouie.
Obituary Record. Melvin W.
Groves, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. 3.
Groves, Scoti and Twelfth streets,
Duvertport, pa.3i-ed awoy yesterday
morning at 4 o'clock, after a lingering
Near Death by Asphyxiation. Peter
Bershaw, People's Power company
workman, was saved from death by
gas asphyxiation Sunday evening by
companions who saw him fall while at
work underground. Bershaw was re
pairing mains leading into the power
plant and was at work In the alley be
tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth Btreets
and Fourth and Fifth avenues when
overcome by gas. He fell, injuring his
head. Fellow workmen lifted him out
of the hole and policemen who had
heard the cries of the men helped to
rush him to the city hospital and
medical aid was given. Within a short
time Bershaw was resuscitated. He is
back at work, bearing no sign of his
close escape from deasJi except
wounds on his head.
Contracta for $105,027 for New
Building Mayor M. R. Carlson and
Commissioner C. V. Johnson were in
structed by the council to enter .into
contracts for the new municipal build
ing for a sum aggregating $105,027.
Those with whom contracts are to be
signed: G. W. Stiles Consruction com
pany of Chicago, general construction
work, $89,245; Moline Heating and
Construction company, for heating.
$6,955; p'.umbing, $5,957; Tri-City
been attending the missionary conven- Electric company, all electrical work,
tion here, went to New Boston Wed- $2,870.
nesday to visit friends. o
Mrs. Ann E. Smith died very sud- Accept Pastor's Resignation. Mem'
denly Tuesday evening at the homo of bers of the Fir6t. Congregational
her brother, J. H. Ncsbitt, where she j church were Sunday morning called
as visiting. She had been in her j upon to receive the resignation of the
usual health and death came almost j Rev. C. A. Lincoln as pastor of that
instantaneously from heart failure. : church. He accepted a call to the
Funeral services were held in the ! Kirk street church of Lowell, Mass
First Presbyterian church Friday after
noon. Mrs. H. E. Hummel and daughter,
' Vitss Mabel, spent Thursday in Gales-
i which will be held In Aurora begln
j ting Nov. 11; Mrs. Minnie Carroll and
' Mrs. Nell Werts with Mrs. Joe Emer
' eon and Mrs. Sue Crapnell as alter-
; Mrs. Cummings of Moline, who has
Mrs. W. H. Wier or Kelthsburg, who
l.Hk been spending a lew days at the
home of the Misses Mary and De -) turg
Mrs. Emil Bjorkman went to Viola
Thursday to visit her parents.
borah Cummings, returned home Wed
Mrs. F. Wilson, who has spent sev
Vocational School Opens The re
cently organized vocational depart
ment of the public schools opened at
8 o'clock yesterday morning in the Ir
ving building with an enrollment of 64
I and with every prospect favorable for
Purity in food, lower cost of living
these are the demands of the day.
Pure food is health, and health is economy itself. We can
not have health without healthful food.
The most healthful foods are the quickly raised flour foods
biscuit, cake, muffins, crusts and other pastry when perfectly
made from wholesome ingredients.
Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these foods in specially
attractive, appetizing and wholesome form, and for both
economic and hygienic reasons, such foods should be more
largely substituted for meat in the daily diet.
But bear in mind that alum, or
unwholesome baking powder, can
never make pure, wholesome food.
Health and Beauty Answers
The recent ion riven hv iho M-thnJ " success oi me innovation
! dint congregation to their new min-' Jones a8 in ch&T and be ne,d tw0
lifter. Rev. J. B Ranie snd f.imilv nn ! sessions during tne day. i wenjy-sev-
n; t).iikiIi. t ii i i I
j i i ui nuaj trurimifc nda well aiieimeU
' MUSIC was furnished hv the nrfhpstpo i - "f,. .im
plant of Eat.t Moline, 12 are from
11 Y MKS. MAE MART YN
A. K. S.: To lie Hire, heultli and' E. B. S.: Although erav hair
It.uily i; i tuiiJ iu liuiKi. Indigebiio oi.metimet caused by worry, it is geii-!f'0"r wns f,n1yp(' by all.
m;i' Uk:,-bu lic-r caii'1 impure blood, erally due to a diiseasud sculp, as iu
wliich in turn breeds iikIv Llotcuet, tiicaied by fcucu sjinptoms as tae Can
en of the number are apprentices from
Music was fnrnIKhprl hv h nr.het i the Koot. & anucrvoort engineering
. ... ....... . i
inland addrespes of welcome wpre mnrln
W jby Mrs. Ralph Bolton ard Piesident '; Deere and company, 10 from the Velie
(j ; F r. English to which Mr. and Mrs. j Carriage and Momr Vehicle company.
I'artle ropor.dod. Light refreshments i e,gllt trom vul:ianl9' vvnue ana com-
1 , - , , I r.anv iir frnm the ATnline Too corn-
Is "'-ir Mivtu ,inu a very pieasani social . r"
city. Beside the parents there are left
bereaved a brother, Venton, and a sis
ter, Nora, The funeral will be held
from St. Mary's church and burial will
be in St. Mary's cemetery, East Moline.
piiiipltx an. I k 1 1 1 erup' ions, uccom-; druff, itching scalp and brittle, fall
panlctt okuu by d-'prespion melancholia ' ing hair of which you speak. To re
tind headaches. 'Iiibn may be all re-, tore your Bcalp to a nealthy condition,
lnoved by the judicious Ube of a simple ; Trst keep it clean by shampooing ev
home tiiaiU' system tome and blood cry teu days or two weeks with can
piTlller, made as follows: Dissolve ll rox, then massaging the scalp, us
one oiiiu of kardene and one-half in? a good quinine hair tonic. You
cupiul of vuar in one half pint alco
hol (not wnitky) then add enough hot
v. liter to make a full quart of the rem-1
fdy. Take teaspconful before each ;
lacul. Kardene stimulates the diges-j
lion, aroiii ei a torpid liver, purifies j
the blood and gives tone to the whole
system. Hy a natural prm'es the com
plexion Is cleared, the "tired feeling"
vnnlsheB and energy and enjoyment
of life return.
Mrs. ().: You can make your eye
brows grow thick and glossy by apply-
can prepare the tonic yourself by ad
ding one ounce of quinzoiu to a half,
pine of alcohol (not whisky) and a;
half pint of cold water. This is much i
:rf. Mary Decker went to Cales-
bi'rg Thursday to f-rend the day and
will spend a few days In Woodhull
before rrturnlng home.
Mrs. Henry C. Morse of Philadelphia,
who has been visiiing her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Wolff, went to Chand
George liusli, Jr., and Mies Jennie
L. Dawning, both of tJiis city, were
liiairitd in Keithsburg at St. Mary's
laanse Wednesday, Oct. 16, by Hev.
rather E. J. Welch. They were at-
better than most ready prepared hair ,pnoea D u'e l,roUler aua sister of
tonics as it contains nothing to make! ,ne eroom, Charles Rush and Miss
the hair coarse, stickv or "stringy i (irace Kush- ii. and Mrs. Rush went
It will remove the dandruff and stop ' to Kock Ialaud other cities on a
our hair fron- coming out. You will ! ',norl weddln ip and expect to go
find It an ideal dressing for the tiair to housekeeping on East Seventh
and very refreshing to an Itching scalp. ; fctrett-
j -Mrs. Omer Finch and Mrs. William
nany and one from the Deere & Man-
sur Co. The Deere plant has promised
to send at least three more and others
will send more later.
Obituary Record. Miss Agnes E.
Howell, 14-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Beauford Howell of 118 Rail
road avenue, died at St. Anthony's hos
pital at 10:30 Sunday forenoon. Deat.i
was due to peritouius, witn which she
had bfen i.l for a month. She was
born in Geneseo Feb. 3, 1898, but had
lived mogtt of her short life in this
jelly, jam, fruit or fruit Juice for the
empty ones luntil the barrel is again
filled with full Jars. The barrel will
be ready to ship back again to Normal
about the first of November.
The first number of the lecture
course series will be Tuesday evening,
Oct. 22. The Lyric Clee club will be
the first entertainment.
The second meeting of the "Moth
ers' association" will be held Wednes
day afternoon at the high school. An
interesting program is being prepared,
and it is hoped that a large number of
mothers and friends will attend this
Mrs. Andreen, who was operated
upon at the 'Mercy hospital in Daven
port, is improving rapidly.
Miss Emma Anderson spent last week
B. M. D.: Do not let your superfiu-
Finch of New Boston spent Wednes-
' ,1 .. i til
ou flesh worry you. Even though vou , ',.'eu "'
Ing pyroxlu with linker-end. For stub-: have spent many dollars trying diner- f. "ollu rpgory went to Gaies-
hv IahJim nntilv nvroxin with i ent fio callnd "flBsh rrtiirr" u-ithnnt 1 fc ' "t w tpeuu a lew aa8 Wlin
thumb and forefinger. This makes ny of them doing a bit of good, I want
them grow long and curly. Be care- ou to try this one. I have many1
ful, however, and don't get pyroxin , friends who tell ' me it did wonders
where no hair is wanted. j lor them. Get four ounces of par '
j notis from any drug store, dissolve it
A. n. C: Bleaching the hair will i in 1 pints hot water and take a ta
not remove it. Make a thick paste : Llespoonful a few minutes before each
with powdered delatone and water. ' meal. It is harmless and will cut'
Fpread on hairs not wanted, then after; down your fat rapidly without neces-!
QUICKLY GORES THE
! New Remedy Makes Kidney
Troubles, Bladder Disorders,
and Rheumatic Pains Dis
appear as if by Magic.
Mr. Barmaster visited in the tri-cit-iee
last Friday and Saturday.
Miss Ethel Lancaster, assisted by
her mother, entertained a number of
het young friends at a party Friday
evening. Games, music and contests
followed by social conversation pre
ceded an elegant supper.
Orline Thorp was the victim of a
surprise party Friday evening, perpe- jn Chicago
trated by her classmates of the fifth Miss lone Tolman spent Sunday In
srade. Galva with her parents.
Mr. Barmaster has moved his family j Miss Gladys Cox spent Sunday in
to Rock Island, lie is an engineer on i Galesburg with home folks,
the Rock Island railroad and hisi Mr. Weborg and family Bpent Sun
fiiends here regret to see him go from (day In Alexis.
Silvia, where he has resided several! Ernest Sholt, who Is attending Hed
years. I ding college at Abingdon, 111., came
Mrs. William Ireland entertained at! home sick last week, hut was able to
her home a number of young ladies . return to his school work again the
who are in the employe of Deere & Co., 1 last of the week.
Moline, last Thursday evening. A
Galesburg, 111. Robert Ludwlg, a
ranch owner near Cambridge, Idaho,
killed himself In a local police station,
cutting his throat with a knife. He
was on the way from Idaho to New '
York, where he expected to sail for a
visit with his parents in Germany. In
worrying about the trip his mind be
came unbalanced. He left a Santa Fe
train at Galesburg and asked, to bo
DANDRUFF AND FALL-
ING HAIR REMEDY
two or three minutes rub off, wash the 1 ity for dieting or strenuously exer
rkiu and the hairs are gone. This ' cising.
inij'le treatment will banish the most I
etubborn growth and docs not Injure j Mary F.: By devoting Just a little
een a sensitive tkin. Mima each day to the care of your
! complexion, you can ward off the
Mrs. E. R. Petrie snent Thursdav
ir Galesburg. j
.Irs. J. F. Dickson, who has been! u is no oner neces-ary for any
vifiting her daughter, Mrs. Homer onp to suffer with backaching, kidney
Diner, returned to her home in Quin-' trouble, have disagreeable bladder and
cy Thursday. urinary disorders to contend with, or
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bigelow and i be tortured w ith rheumatism, stiff
two sons, Delmar and Stanley, and ! Joints and its heart-wrenching pains,
.Mrs. Flora Graham spent Thursday for tlle new discovery,
i quicKiy ana surely cures
iu Rock Island.
G. E A.: It may be all right to use
dry suauipoo powder where you are
wry caret ul to bruuh out all of the
powdtr; olhurwi It will clog up the
pores in the acalp and cause dandruff,
i he ery thing you should avoid. To
keep vur uair iooku.g bright and
l taith) and make it stay in curl, you
must not use a shampoo that contains
r.'arks of approaching age and have
features as your younger friends. Use
a good, greaaeless complexion cream
(see answer to Dorris) and instead of
cluggiug up the pores of your skin
v ith face powder, get a dependable
lotion and use it exclusively. You
can make such a lotion bv buvlcg
"nee" alkali, as sclps and most sham-; four ounces of epurmax at your drug
poos do. Dissolve a teaspoonful of ' gist's and dissolving it in one-half pint
rrnthrox in a cup of hot water and you
have a shampoo that cau't be excelled.
It will remove all excess oil and dirt,
and leave your scalp fre from irrita
tion. This shampoo dries quickly
without causing streaky, faded patches
Miss Georgia Samuelson, instructor i troubles,
in elocution at William and Vashti Croxone is the most wonderful rem
college, went to Joy to give a reading edy et devised for ridding the svs
at the reception given to their min-tem of uric acid and driving out all
ifter Thursday evening. : ,ne poisonous impurities which cause
Vro f'r.n i.-Ti t-ii t-i j ! Rtich troubles Tf it entirplv difTrpnt
the same attractive, youthful looking tl,git a th. ' " ! from all other remedies. It is not like
Creerj'- anything else ever used for the pur-
Mrs. A. Vance and daughter. Miss ' Ve- 11 ac,B on the principle of re
Mabel, went tr Kelthsburg to spend I movin8 tne cause. Pills, tablets and
a few days w it i her sister, Mrs. Frank ',ner remedies at the best, merely
Parkinson. i stimulate the kidneys, giving tempo-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Everett and ' rary rellef- Croxone cleans out the
daughter ' Elizabeth, of Muskogee, j P'8008-
Ckla., ' came Wednesday and visited t 11 Boaks riSht in through the walls,
vrtil Friday at the home of Mr. Ever-ciembranes and linings, like water in
ett.a sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. ja 8Done. neutralizes, dissolves and
J. A. Wells. j mases me Kidneys sut out and niter
Miss Pearl Larrance, who is secre- away- a11 the uric acid and Poisons
spelling match proved an interesting
diversion. An elaborate supper was
served by the hostess. Autumn foliage
formed the decoration.
Mrs. Jessie Brown and children of
Osborne visited relatives here last Sat
urday, Mrs. Ida Frymeyer visited Mrs. C.
Corbin here last week returning home
to Carbon Cliff Wednesday.
Mrs. V. Hokinson is visiting rela
tives in Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens of
Sixth street departed for a visit with
relatives at Annawan last Saturday
evening for three days. They were
accompanied by their three children,
Genevieve, Robert and Alden.
W. Abrams returned to .Des Moines
Thursday evening after visiting rela
Mr. Swenson of Moline 1b erecting a
large residence of cement blocks on
First avenue and Seventh street.
The members of the Baptist Ladies'
Aid society and friends were enter
tained at the church last Wednesday.
R. Harvey of Pennsylvania has come
to Sllvls to reside with relatives.
Milwaukee Mrs. Frank Robertson,
whose husband Is said to have commit
ted suicide Sunday morning by shoot
ing, was questioned for more than three
hours by the district attorney. Dr.
Frank E. Darling made a report to the
coroner which caused the investiga
tien. He said Robertson's clothing was
not powder burned and that the course
of the bullet was downward.
Fifty Cent Bottle of Parisian Sago
Hair Tonic Best for All Hair
and Scalp Troublea.
Every man and woman who values
a good head of hair should regularly
use Parisian Sage.
Tens of thousands of people are us
ing it every day because it is such a
clean, honest remedy that does exact
ly what It is advertised to do or
Please bear in mind that Parisian
Sage is not a dy;e that It does not
ocntaln sugar of lead or any other
dangerous Ingredient, and that It will
stop falling hair, scalp itch and rid
your scalp of every particle of dan
druff. It will do more; It makes hair grow
lustrous and luxuriant and put a ra
diant beauty into dull, lifeless hair.
Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today
at any drug store or toilet goods
counter. The price Ts only 60 cents.
Be Bure and ask for Parisian Sage
Hair Tonic; the girl with the auburn
hair is on every carton. The Thomas
Drug company. (Advertisement).
witch hazel or hot water; then add
two teaspoonfuls glycerine and when,
cold apply freely to your face, neckf
and arms. This lotion Is inexoenslv!
In the Tiair. it wli; make your hair
reft and fluffy so It will stay up and
look nice without the use of a ha'r
r.et or veil.
Powder and you will find It cicellent
foi removing that shiny, mflddy look
t from your skin. I find is' good f
' removing and preventlag freckles.
j skin pimples and any unnatural skin
Dorris: If you w Ish to make a grease-1 roughness.
less complexion cream-jelly that will! '
(quickly clear your complexion of; B. W.: If my eye continually had
freckles, tan and sunburn without the i that tired, overworked feeling you say
ai iub. iuis iuuuu is mexnensiv . . . t ...... . . . i f mm tha -r a . v,
. . . ' . - larv oi ine r.iinmrv iraet par'nr,i""'" iu-
ana unequaiea as a tkin-beautifieff It as8oclation, ,hicn met ,a Galesburg ; neys and urinary organs clean, strong, j
aoes not ruo off or show like face I
lurg Thursday to be present at the 11 ""ers not now long you navel
necessity of several months' treatment ; yours do, I would lose no time getting
--.., rV,r .1 - wu.v l'". et ere;Llen viBitiKK her aauehter. Mrs. J i
ir.ixing topetner .n ounce ot imotin. ncunea to be yreak but I keep themn Peters, returned home Friday. Mrs. r Sidney,
TiiiwLiui ni,Hfnu iuu uuv : (uuu wuuniuu using a Simple, T
i.ii-AuBi.u uiaue cy aisso.v- j., tne eves or in the feet and anklee. f an extended visit to North Dakota and
ing an ounceiof crystos In a pint of: r lo t-w ow . ! vou are nervous- tired and run down 1 Nebraska.
water. A fftf drops In each eye occa- iaritic Citv V J who have been guests ' r h?tfcered with urinary disorders Rev. Frank Shult of Geneseo was
sionally wiX readily relieve inflamma-; at the home of Vr and Mrg E Carron Croxone will quickly relieve you of, visiting heme folks part of last week,
tion and rfake one'B eyes bright std wI,t t0 Ga!esburK Frl(3ar ' ! your misery. You cen secure an or:g- i The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth-
l (irmc xrj iuis ana 1 am Sure. ii j , nnrVaea of rrniiwn t tridina fulUt rhnrrh ha
r ib. i jin id ii rivt aim in nanc'i. i - " i iihip - - -
not need to wear glasses. It
lendid tonic for
Mrs. G. W. Moore Is entertaining
her mother this week.
Mrs. Harry Wayne entertained the
Thimble club at her home Friday af
ternoon. Mrs. Henry Brink left Saturday
f:rst meeting which was held Thurs-' Blinerea- now ola 'ou are- or what "'""""8 r ui.. tor an n-
day evening. I 5"ou have used, the very principle of definite stay with her mother.
Mrs. I. X. Duniap of Viola spent Ftl-' Crone is such, that it is practically I The teachers of the Orion schools at-
day with relatives hers. Impossible to take it Into the human! tended tne teachers' meeting in Gales-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Doyle returned j '5"8tem without results. There is burg Friday. They report a large at-
to their home in Burlington Thurs- j r'othiEP le on earth like it. It starts tendance and a very interesting prc-
dav after visiting Mrs. Doyle's par-ito work the mute you take it and gram.
ents Mr and Mrs John Hniran (relieves you the first time ycu use it.' Rev. Henry Brink and Rev. Mr. An-
r-alf plot cold water; stir briskly and,
let stand over night. Where applied 1
frequently you will And this an excel
'lent cream for removing wrinkles.
t.lackhrad. freckle, roughnesa and j
other skin blemishes. It will leave the!
nvin s moctn. ciear and velvety and is a J you wi
n aicu.esa preparation for masaaglng !! t I
arc reaucicg in size of large pores in i eyes.
l-e skio. I tSttmi
Mrs. R. Barrett of Viola, who has: If you "t'-ffer with pains in your dereck have returned Xrom Michigan, I
back and sides, or have any signs of.wnere tney nave been looking af ter j
bladder troubles or rheuma-'and interests.
simple. jwa a.mMni d h h ' " . , tism, such as puffy swellings under Jonas Westerlund has returned from i
! the dav.
ta Mrs John C. Sheve of At-! you are nf,rT"?. tired and run down.
Mrs. Lillian McKee and two daugh-1 iral package of Croxone at trifling odist church has received a barrel, i
tera. the Misses Vera and Gladys, i cost from anT flr8t dniggist. All containing 60 empty fruit jars, from I
grated ll(AdVe7-irP Frid in Ga,e6bUr
dri:gg!Ft are authorire-1 tr Dersonal!y the superintendent of the "Baby Fold"
return the rn:rchapA rr'.c if it fails in at Xormal. 111. Each member of tn
All Uie news all the time. The Argus. ' a single case. (Advertisement.) i Aid society will exchange filled, jars ot
DISEASED MEN WHO ARB WORKING EVERY
DAV, WHO ARE IV OT SICK EKOIUI1 TO BE IX
BED, HUIID JfOT WAIT I'XTIL SltKNES I.AVB
1HEM If. THEY SHOU.D CONSVLT AT O.ME
AN HONEST DOCTOR
Who Will Render Them High-Class Service.
Thousands of young and old men can look bark at
their boyhood days or early manhood with a lt(h of
remorse. BlAJOI and CHRONIC iJlSEASfcH sao th
very life and vitality of the victim. If yon are a vic
tim of any chronic dis-aKe. cor.Milt us ilmt. Ijon't
waste time or money experimenting with patt nt med
icines or common treatments. Oi.r largn otflres ure
equipped with all the iateft appliances, iri-.luilinjr the
X-ray. When you treat with us you tre not i xperl-KX 4 M IN A TIOX
men ted on. tiut we start you riant In with the same l-'KKE
treatment that has cured thousands of others. The many years' exper
ience in this specialty has p!aed tis beyond the experimental stap
W urressfallr treat Xervuua lebllltr. Varlro... Veins, Knlnrard 'pros
tate, I leers, Sores, Bluod I'olsou, Kidney und Bladder liiaeasrat I'lles
Dd Rectal Diaeaaeai Heart, l.uaK, aiarrh. iiiuuiat-h and t hrunlc Diseases
ADC Vflll -N'EHyiJ,;' nd d ponl. t; weak or .lehllltated; tired
ilflr IUU mornlr'; n" "mnltion llfelesn; memory poor; eas
11ia sw liy raUjued; exitabie and Irritable; eyes sunken r-d
and blurred; pimples on face; restlesH. haarl-iookiim ; weak back
bone pains; hair looe; ulcers, aore tl.r'.at; vari.ro; veins: lark of en
ergy and confidence? Seek the counsel and aid of an honest dortor of
this kind, who offers you a helping hand. We will aid you to rise above
your wrona-dutns and muke a man of you. We offer you honest faith
ful service new. advanced treatment, expert skill and reasonable charg
es. Patients from out of town need not remain here, but tan return
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 e Bailie Urt j . ,
Many patients have told us.
after we cured them, that they
nenltated at first to inmm tr.
on account of never having; received relief elsewhere, and they had al
most become so skeptical as to think there was no cure for them We
want an opportunity to treat Just such men, and It makes no diff-renee
V f sw m ar F hat' f i I lol r. s i r- a. j . . r i . .
" f a i it Kumr io us mr an (xarnin.iuon fcny-
waa, asiu sv .a s.w. v. -' - w as, wwjljir. ? ttlil JlOl U,'il pU V I
trvicei unleii w. bv.ieve your cane f-urable. io don't tvsltat.
navo any oi-at w w-aKi.ess t-culiar to roeti, but cuiae ut once.
lltins airiULir cu:i.iu(!iiii.l.
COPENHAGEN MEN SPECIALISTS
ll Fifteenth St, e-oad r or),
Hours Open only on Wednes
days from 2 in the afternoon un
til I In the evenlr.tf and Friday
evening 7 to S, and Sunday
mornings. 9 to 12. During other
days call at Davtnpurt olh e.
Si. Mi. tor. Fourth and Brady M reels,
Hours Every day. t a. m to & p.
m.. except Wednesiay. Wednesday
hours, to 12 only. faenCay and Sat
urday evenings. 7 to 9. Cosed on