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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. JANUARY 14, 1913.
J Fire Endangers Francis Home. Two
Jbours of btt:e with flarns started
rf.-cni a defective fireplace, Raved the
Charles Francis home, 229 College sve
Jnue, from total destruction Sunday
inlgbt. The damage to the home and
furnl8hlnns la abou. 11,500. (
? Rieche Assistant Cashier. Otto
'Eleche, teller at the German Savings
(bank, was yesterday elected to the
Jpotlticn of assistant cashier a', the
jcanual meeting of the board of direc
tors. No vice president to fill the va
tcanry caused by the resignation of
D. H. McKee, as elected.
' First Icy Sidewalk Victim. The
firs vi.tim of Icy sidewalks in Dav
, nport in Calvin Moden, an employe
of the Tri-City Railway company, who
fell and broke his leg yesterday morn-
leg. In attempting to step up on
to the walk frons the street his foo:
alighted on an icy portion of the
snow covered walk and he fell heav
ily to the ground. The weight of his
body was sufficient to break bis leg
below the kne.
Drug Fiend Succumbs. Exclusive
use of cocaine and crher drues, com
bined with stror.g drink, caused the
death cf John Kelly, aed 52 years,
porter of the Saratoga . hotel, who
passed away early yor'Tday -morning
at St. John's hospital, after suffering
horrible agonies from convulsions.
Kelly, who was a habitual user of
cocaine and morphine, was seized wl'b
convulsions about 8 o'clock Sunday
evening at the hotel. After having
three fits, the police were summoned
and Kelly was taken to the station.
Shortly af'er arriving at the station
V. ft... 2. i l . l . i
il vrmDic viuifiu. irj ins iu urran up
the furniture. Four police-men were
required to keep the frantic man from
injarlng himself during the worxt of
the convulsions. Late in the even
ing bis condi'ion Jjecame so bad that
he was removed to St. John's hos
pital, where a vain effort was made to
save bis life. Little is known of the
man here, he having never mentioned
bavin any relatives iu this vicinity.
Kor the past two weeks lie has been
employed as porter at the Saratoga
hotel, and prior to thtU time at the
Iowa reatauran- in the name capacity,
lie a so worked in the Kuflpell saloon.
He Is said to have been born in Ire
land, and left bis home when 12 years
' of age, going to a. Fie arrived in
Davenport about six months ago, and
has been employed iu various places
olnce that lime.
Obituary. After a lingering illness
at his homo, 612 Wm: Third street,
'where be has conducted a grocery bus
iness for the past 4o years, occurred
the detth Sunday of John ('. Johann
sen, at the ago of 73 years, compli
cations causing his demise. The de
feased was born April 23. 1839. In
Germany, and itme to America and to
Davenport In 163. residing here since
that Mnie. A yeer after his arrival
in this country he was united in mar
riage with Miss Kathryn Klahn, who
preceded him in death. July 80, 1911.
In 1873 he entered the grocery busl
'ness nt the present location. He was
a member cf Kra'ernal lodge. No. 221.
A. F. & A. M. Surviving to mourn
are four daughters. Mrs. AdolpU Peter
sen. Mrs. Henry F. True. Mrs. Hen
K. Luetjo and Miss Olga Jobannscn,
and two sons, John C. Johannsen.
Jr., and Harry W. Johannsen, alt resi
dents of Davenport.
A telegram from Edward Regnler
J of Chicago to Davenport friends brings
the sad news of the death there yes-
'erday morning of his sister, Mrs.
I Frederick 8. Howard. The deceased
- a i 1 i a i T-.
i spent worn oi vex inviu waeuyji
I up to some eight or nine years ago.
: Since then she has lived in Chicago,
whore her mother died soino five
years eso. She was married several
years ago. and her death bereaves her
1 Cheese is more nutritious
' and has far greater (ood tutu
than nearlv anv other article of
diet and is far tkeafxr.
I 2 300.000,000 lbs. sold in
I United States m 1912 so fully
f do Americans value cheese for
I daily food.
Is made solely of Pur 1211k In the Famous Eikhorn
j Sanitary Dairies. Sold In Sealed, Dust-proof Pack -
ages and Jars. Elkliorn Cheese Is far flore Sanitary
! and far more digestible
Ask Your Dealer For
j Eikhorn Cream Eikhorn Pimento
i Eikhorn Tasty or Devilled
WHO'LL GET G. O. P. VOTES FOR VICE -PRESIDENT
WITCHER, BUTLER OR SMOOT!
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Who'll get the republican electoral
votes for vice president? There will
be elsht G. O. P. votes cast in all
four from Vermont and four from
Utah. There isn't a great deal of
etrife among the candidates, but the
Vermont electors say they will never,
never vote for a woman. This Beems
to put a crimp In the candidacy of Mar
garet Zane Witcher of Utah, who had
hoped to capture the honor. The Ver
mont electors seem to, think well of
Xitbolas Murray Butler, president of
Columbia university, and probably will
vote for him. It la possible thatTteed
Smoot. Mormon senator from Utah,
may eventually get the eight votes. It
was through bis efforts that Taft car
ried the far western state.
husband and two children, Elizabeth,
aged 3 years, and Frederick, aged 2,
Following a long illness of several
monthH' dura'iou Elmore V. Hunt,
aged 78 years, passed away at 4
o'clock yesterday mornins; at the home
of bis son. Dr. W. F. Hunt, 745 Henry
street. The aged man was born June
6. 1S34. In Delaware county, N. V. In
I860 he was married in Lockport, N.
Y.. to Miss Nancy M. Foote, who pre
ceded him In death a number of years
ago. Shortly af er her demise Mr. (
Hunt came to this city to make his 1
home with his son. where he has since
resided. The dreat.ed was a member I
of the Masonic order and also of the
G. A. R. Surviving are one son. Dr.
W. F. Hunt of this city, and one dauph
ter, Mrs. Eva L. Brown of Algona,
Thomas W. A. Bat'en. eldest boh of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hatten, passed
away Sunday morning at 9:05 o'clock
after a lingering illness of about 16
months. He was born at Stuart. Iowa,
Aug. 19. 1891. and was 21 years at
the time of death. For Mie past 11
years he has resided in Davenport.
He was employed in the Silvia railroad
shops as pipefitter and was a member
o' the Amalgamated Sheet Metal i
Workers' union No. 2:4. also a mem-i
ber of the Modern Woodmen of Amor-
ica. Suriving ure the parents, four
sis'ers, Mrs. Nellie Jonassen of Dav
enport, Mrs. Alice Wheeler of New
Orleans. La., Lucy and Gladys, and
two brothers. Arthur and Lloyd; two
brothers-in-law, J. F. Wheeler of New
Orleans, and M. P. Jonassen of Daven
port Realty Changes
Charles "E. White to Howard R. Val -
enUne, lot 12 and 13, block 14, block i 5. block 3, Moore'sss Second addi
4, Forrest Hill addition, Moline, $1,200. : tlon, Moline, $1,200,
Albert Aswege heirs of, 4o Frank
W. and Cora Nelson, lot 10, block 2,
3 Cheese has nearly twice as
much protein as beef. (Pro
tein is th muscle and energy
producing element in food.)
t Cheese is as thoroughly di
gestible aa other staple foods.
Cheese is not constipating even
when eaten in abundance.
than ordinary bulk cheese
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Meese & Holland addi ion
Guyer and White and Pope to Flor
ence A. White, lot 20, block 224, New
Shops addition, Eas: Moline.
Erfcrd S. Roys to W. S. Collins,
lot 8t block 1. Island View Heights ad
dition. Rock Island, fl.
W. W. Sr.yder to AUa A. Cralle, lot
2. W. V. Snyder's subdivision, lot 14,
P.rczer's addition, South Rock Is-
Marguerite Bleuer et al by guardians
10 Lou!s H iMhaSli lot n and 12 si.
I iiion Falkowi'ch's addition. Rock Is-
Charles E. White to August Cohert,
lot 20, b otk 150, East Moline, $475.
Anna G. Kropp to Henry Lannoo,
part lot 20, block 2, John Deere's
addition, Moline, $3,500.
Frank Bahusen to B. H. H. B. L. &
Savings association, part lot 6, block J
2. Heely subdivision, Moline, $250.
William J. Schuck to Edwin L. Han
son, northwest one-quarter of north
east one-quarter, -section 32-19-3
Charles Willhouse to Rudolph Moss,
lots 9 end 10, Bardsley Lee & Lee's
addition. Coal Valley, $t25.
Rebecca Graham et al to M. Emma
Taylor and Clara Redecker, trac in
southeast one-quarter, section 2-17-2
v est, $500.
Gust Carlson to Albert Askewe, lot
2. blotk 4. Oak Hill Park addition,
Albert Aswege heirs, to Cora Nel
son, lot 3, block 2 Woodlawn addition,
Albert Aswege by heirs to Paulina
Aswege, lot 2, block 4, Oak Hill Park
addition, Moline, $1,600.
Gudula and Charles Tramaseur to
Louis Icuneville, lot 1, block 2, Grei
ma Second addi'ion, Moline, $2,000.
1 P- Victor Kron to Nellie A"swege, lot
The Most Crowded Street.
The Hupreme sensation of New York's
east side la the sensation of the as
tounding populousness. The most
populous street in the world Rivlng
ton street is a sight not to be for
gotten. Compared to this, an uptown
thoroughfare of crowded middle class
flats in the open country is an unin
habited desert! The architecture seem
ed to sweat humanity at every window
and door. The roadways were often
impassible. The thought of the hidden-Interiors
was terrifying. Indeed,
the hidden Interiors would jot bear
thinking about The fancy shunned
them a problem not to be settled by
sudden municipal edicts, but only by
the efflux of generations. Harper's
i a few rears aco In northern Mexico
a truck carrying a load or dynamite
, The risk was imminent, so the driver
of a locomotive engine picked the truck
up and ran it away into the country at
ail the spd he could put on He bade
the brakeman jnmp oST and save him
self, adding. "I go to my de:ith." When
oe bad got a mile away the dynamite
exploded. Every window in the Tillage
was broken, nnd he was blown to at
but the i;ilia!iit.-i::ts were saved.
lie was ji pure Diooded Indisu "Souta
i America," bv James Rrvce.
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All 'he news all the time The
Ex-Convict Steals Jewels. Mrs. Ada
Thomer of Tenth street in Silvia was
robbed of 540 in cash and a valuable
diamond brooch while being absent
from her home Saturday evening by
two young men to whom she had rent
ed rooms. Joseph Laraivee and Wil
son Grayson, the latter a paroled con
vict from, the Vermont state peniten
tiary, have admitted taking the valua-1
bles and are now under arrest await
ing a hearing.
Joe Nelson -Heads Aid Association.
The Moline Plow Company Aid asso
ciation, comprising G03 employes iof
the plow factory, met Saturday even
ing in the office of the superintendent
and elected the following men as offi
cers for the year 1913: President, Joe
NT a1 eon npaetrlant Cltmytr a T
jgan; secretary, C. R. Ammerman;
treasurer, W. H. Breede. Report for
the year showed that benefits for ill
ness and death in 1912 totaled $2,706.
Of that amount $200 was paid out for
deaths and the remainder for illness.
The balance in the treasury an. 1
1913, was $16S.S5, as against a bal
ance of $295.35 a year previous. There
were 15 regular assessments and four
special levies on the members. Total
collections in the year were $2,579.50.
False Pretense Charge Dismissed.
Charge of obtaining goods under false
pretenses, preferred against O. G.
Cooling by J. D. Beebe of the Midland
Motor company was dismissed by
Magistrate Frank Gustafson when call
ed for hearing before him yesterday.
It was the allegation of the representa
tive of the auto concern that the de
fendant misrepresented North Dakota
land values when .he recommended
that four automobiles worth $6,600 be
given in trade for the interest of W
O. Baird and TV. C. Dresser in two
quarter sections of land in Eddy coun
ty. North Dakota. The trade w as made
April 15, 1912. Mr. Cooling previous
to that tisie informed directors of the
auto corporation that the land in ques
tion was worth $12,680, and that tha
equity of Baird and Dresser would be
traded for four machines. The dtal
was closed after the land in question
was inspected by J. M. Dale, represent
ing the company.
Protest Against Boilers. A delega-.
tion of boiler makers of the tri-cities
appeared at the city hall Saturday
night to protest against the action of
the contractors in installing Kewanc-o
boilers in the municipal building. The
city did not come in for any of the cen
sure, but the Stiles company bore the
brunt of the opposition. Since the
strike began in Kewanee some two or
three years ago union boiler makers
over the country have been protesting
against the Installing of the Tube city
output in buildings everywhere. In the
local case, their opposition was made
known too late, as the boilers were al
ready in place.
Whiteside's Suit Dismissed. Attor
ney W. T. Whiteside's suit in attach
ment, with Thomas P. Keyes, Edward
Scott and H. Lightcapp, recent White
house theatre proprietors, as defend
ants, was dismissed by Justice T.-M.
Wbeelock Saturday afternoon. Imme
diately thereafter Mr. Whiteside was.
allowed $75 by the court on bis suit
for $200, the amount he claimed as his
due for services rendered as attorney
for the theatre management. He gave
notice of appeal. He was ordered'to
turn over to the court $99.40, money
By Mrs. Nevada Briggs, Exponent of
the Art of Baking, as taught by
Mrs. Janet McKentie Hill
H.lpfnl Cake llakina Hint.
Always sift flour and K C Baking
Powder at least three times. The
more sifting, the Jighter the cake.
Remember thatl To cream but
ter and sugar quickly, warm the
sugar slightly. Beat yolks of eggs
with rotary beater. Whip whites
of eggs with flat spoon whip.
Water makes lighter cakes; milk
makes richer cakes.
To mix a cake, first cream but
ter and sugar thoroughly, then add
yolks, if used. Then alternately
add moisture and flour that has
been sifted with baking powder
end stir until smooth and glossy,
adding egg whites after thoroughly
Always use KC Baking Powder.
Always sift flour and K C Baking
Powder at least three times.
Have shortening cold and firm.
Mix dough as soft as it can be
handled. The softer dough goes
into theven, the lighter the
biscuit when it comes out. It is
easier for K C Baking Powder to
do iu work in soft than in stiff
dough. Mix biscuits very little.
Do not knead. Stir op with spoon
or knife and press in shape to roll
cn floured rwiarH
f rcuu v - t
' , Ita K L Batng Powder re-
suits are sure and certain. Ask
j your grocer for K C. ' 3?
which was attached from Constable
Lars Larson. Other money which was
turned over to him was ordered deduct
ed from the judgment rendered him.
Obituary Record. Irene. 18-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Kaiser
Swiuntewrce of 424 Sixth atreet, died
in the home at 12:10 yesterday morn
ing. She was born in Milwaukee July
17, 1911, and came with her parents
to this city about a year ago. Besides
the parents, she leaves one sister.
Kiriakoe Bouravatsia of East Moline
passed away from the city hospital at
11 o'clock Sunday forenoon following
an operation for appendicitis. He was
born in Greece 42 years ago and had
been in this country four years. He
leaves one sister in New York City,
but no relatives in this vicinity.
Herbert, 2'i-months-old son of Mr.
and Mrs Franklin Johnston of 11C1
Twenty-fUth street, succumbed to con
gestion of the lungs at 1:10 o'clock
Sunday morning. Deceased was an
only child and the first born of the family.
Miss Margaret Petrie went to. New
Windsor Friday to spend a few days,
ducted by ev. J. B. Fulton, a former
Ralph Boltpn attended the funeral of
their brother-in-law William Williams,
at Sherrard Wednesday.
B. F. Cullison was a business visitor
in Monmouth Thursday.
Harry Arnot has returned to Toron
to, Ontario, Canada, after a 10 days'
Miss Margaret Long was a Rock Is
land visitor Thursday.
Miss Leila Furr is spending a few
days in Peoria.
Mrs. J. T. Gllmore passed away at
the home Wednesday, Jan. 1. Rebecca
M. Green was born in Philadelphia,
Pa., Aug. 11, 1845, and when 11 years
old came with her parentfe, William
and Rebecca C. Green, to Millers
burg, 111. On Feb. 18. 1867. she was
married to J. T. Gilmore, and they
made their home on a farm east of
Millersburg, until 1910, when they
moved to Alado. To Mr. and Mrs.
Gilmore were born six children three
of whom, Mrs. Arthur Braucht of
Aledo, Clair T. of Millersburg and
Mrs. A. C. Painter of Aledo, wiflh the
husband, one brother, William N.
Green of Yukon, Mo., and a sister,
Mrs. Margaret Egbert of Millersburg,
survive her. Mrs. Gilmore had been
an invalid for the last two years, and
in all her suffering she never doubted
the goodness of God and was always
cheerful and patient. Funeral services
Were held at the home Saturday, con
ducted by Rev. J. B. Fulton, a former
pastor, now of Red Wing. Minn., as
sisted by Rev. A. E. Moody of this
city, and Rev. Norbury Thornton. In
terment was In ihe Millersburg ceme
tery. . ,
. Miss Augusta Lockwood arrived
home from Colorado Springs, Col.,
where she had spent several months
wt h her sister, Mrs. Ella Warner, and
Mrs. Agnea Miller is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. W. B. Smith, in Orion
Ralph Hudson was a business visi
tor in North Henderson Wednesday.
Invitations have been Issued by Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Crapnell for the ap
proaching marriage of their daughter.
Miss Gladys, to. Earl B. Dodson of Joy.
William B. Frew was a business
visitor in Burllng on, Iowa, Thursday.
Robert McMaster has taken charge
of the bakery on North College ave
nue, which he recently purchased from
H. E. Miller. In the spring he will
erect a two story brick building on
the lot now occupied by the bakery.
The new- building will extend nor'h to
the Democrat building and will be
modern .in every way. The first floor
will be used as a store room and the
second story will be arranged into
living rooms, which will be occupied
by Mr. ITcMaster and his family.
Mrs. L. L. Mclntyre and little son
who have been making a short visit
here with rebvives, returned home to
New Boston Thursday.
Mrs. Ernest Miller was a guest at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Wal
ters in Woodhull Thursday.
F. C. Connlngham went to Galesburg
Thursday for a short visit with friends.
A meeting of the executive comml
tee of the Mercer County Agricultural
society will be held at the court house
in Aledo Thursday, Jan. 16, at 10 a. m.,
for the purpose of revising the premi
um list for the fair of 1913 and trans
acting any other business that may
come before the meeting. All per
sons interested are invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. William Finch of Ar
pee were guests at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. John Murphy, Wednes
day. Mrs. A. B. Cole who has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. George Adams,
In Los Angeles, Cal., arrived home
Thursday. She v was accompanied
home by Mrs. Adams.
Fred Brown is spending a few days
with relatives in North Henderson.
The following officer! of the order
of Eastern Star have been elected and
will soon be installed:
W. M. Mrs. Martha M. Sloan.
W. P. Mrs. D. E. Farr.
A. M. Miss Stella VanMe er.
Secretary Miss Ella Scott.
Treasurer Mrs. " Bertha Heald.
Conductress Miss Jennie Amlon?.
Assistant Conductress Miss Ethel
Chaplain Mrs. Rebecca Vernon.
Organist Mrs. Applonia Petrier
Adah Mrs. Jennie Burke.
Ruth Mrs. Hattie Gibson.
Esther Mrs. Alta Marquis.
Martha Mrs. Bessie Nelson.
Electa Mrs. Etta Davis.
Warden Mrs. Mary Blazer.
Sentinel William J. Sterner.
Marshal Mrs. Gazelle W. Duval!.
The Zales S. McGlnnis company has
bought out the ice business of Heald
Duvall and will consolidate it with
their ovrn. By this arrangement the
pill mm raj I iii
il' To Open An Account Ijl
in this strong, conservativebank with a deposit of one dol
lar or more.
Keep adding to the small somaud you'll find that with the 4
per cent interest we pay, yoursmall sum will gTow into a large
Make Our Bank Your Bank
H. E. CASTEEL, President, M. S. HEAGY, Vice Pres. 11. B. Simmon, Cash.
Southwest corner Second avenue'and Eighteenth street.
WMXl m imim w" c irm.i.x
McGinnis company will now have the
entire ice business of Aledo.
Mrs. Frank Lemon returned to her
home in Joy Thursday after a short
visit here with her parents.
Miss Odessa Sheets went to New
Windsor Friday for a short visit with
Mrs. G. W. Werts and Mrs. S. B.
Decker of this city and Mrs. L. L. Mc
lntyre of New Boston were visitors at
Rock Island Thursday.
The Social circle of the Presbyter
ian church met at the home of Mrs. M.
J..Merryman Friday afternoon. Light
refreshments were served.
The Columbian club held the first
meeting after the holiday vacation
Wednesday afternoon. The quotation
for the week was: "Turn a keen un
troubled face home to the instant
need of things." Those on program
were not all present Mrs. Lorimer
gave a very instructive address on the
subject "A Clean Bill of Health Be
fore the 1 Will."' Mrs. Lewis read
"Ye Modern Girl." Twenty-one ladies
were present and the following com
mifee was elected to prepare a pro
grom for the year: Mrs. Rose Eng
lish, Mrs. Nan Merryman, Mrs- Fan
nie Stein, Mrs. Thesle Ray, with Mrs.
Pearl Bolton as chairman.
Mrs. B. F. Parkinson and little
daughter of Keithsburg came Thurs
day for a short visit with her sister,
Mrs. Alice Vance.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bartlett of New
Boston visited relatives in this ci v
Mrs. S. A. D. Farr and Miss Ella
Scott attended a meeting of the East
ern Star chapter at Joy Wednesday
evening. .The officers for the year
The Mercer County Ministerial as
sociation will hold a meeting in this
city at the Methodist church Tuesday,
Jan. 14. Two sessions will be held
for which good programs have been
arranged. All ministers in the county
are invited to a' tend.
Mrs. Gld Jackson of New Boston
was an Aledo visitor Friday.
C. W. tllsworth went to Qulncy
Friday on a short business trip.
Miss Vera Taylor of Woodhull re
turned home Saturday after a short
An Important improvement was
made at William and Vashti college
DISEASED MEN WHO ARB WORKING EVEKV
DAY, WHO ARB NOT SICK ENOUGH TO BE IJf
BED, SHOl'l D NOT WAIT UNTIL SICKNESS LAVS
I HEM If. THEY SHOULD CONSUL AT ONCE
. AN HONEST DOCTOR
Who Will Render Them High-Class 8 trvlce.
Thousands of young- and old men ca look back at
their boyhood days or early manhood with a High of
remorae. BLOOD apd CHKOMC DlfTEASES sup the
very life and vitality of the victim. If you are a vie--
Mm of any chronic disease, consult us tlrst. Iion't
waste time or money experimenting with ptnt med
icines or common treatments. Our large ofll-ts are
equipped with all the latest appliances, includlu the
X-ray. When you treat with us you are not esperi- EXAMINATION
men ted on, but we start you right In with the same ikkic.
treatment that has cured thousands of others. The nmny years' xr,er
lence in this specialty has placed us beyond the experimental ulaui?
We saecesatally treat Nervous DeitlUty, Vaiieoae Veltia, Uuiarcd Proa,
tate, Ulcers, Sorea, Blood folaaa, Kldarjr am IMaduer Hhik files
ad Keetal Dlaeaseaf Heart, Luasa, Catarrh, Stuuiarh and ( uruulc Mtaeuaes
ADC Vni I NERVOUS and despondent; weak or debilitated; tired
AtlL IUU ""ornlngs; no ambition lifeless; memory poor; ea
nils sww uy fatigued; excitable and irritable; eyi sunken, red
ana oiurrea; puuwea on uct; restless, haKKard-looklnsc: weak hark-
bone pains; hair loose; ulcera. sore
ergy and connaencei Bee a me counsel and aid of an honest doctor of
this kind, who offers you a helping hand. We will aid you to Hue above
your wrongdoing, and make a man of you. We offer you honest, faith
ful service, new. advanced treatment, expert akin and reasonable charg
es. Patients from out of town te.d not remain hers, but tan return
home same day.
v ' ' 1 vvllbU hesitated at !:t to come to us
' en account of never having received rellrf elsewhere, and they had al.
most become ao skeptical aa to think there was no cure for then. Wo
want an opportunity to treat Just such men. and It ma.keii no difference
how many have failed to cure you. Come to us for an exaniiiatlon any.
way and it will not cot you a dollar. We will not accept p:iv fr,r any
' services unless we believe your cane curable, so don't h jitate. If you
have any diseases or weakness pullr to men. but i-uo.e l o..ce. alvery.
thing ktrictly confidential.
COPENHAGEN MEN SPECIALISTS
CIt F:fteth ftt - Kloor.
Hours Open only oo Wednes
days from 2 in the afleruu.m un
til 9 In the evening and Friday
evening 7 to- i, and Sunday
mornit,as. $ to 12. .' During otoer
day call at Davenport ofuce.
by President English during the holi
day vacatiion. One of the rooms in
the basement was fitted up for a lab
oratory for soil and food analysis.
This gives the agricultural depart
ment of the college two laboratories
and a lecture room. Courses in soils
and food analysis will now be opened
to the students, and these in connec
tion with the courses already given,
will give the students taking the work
in this depar ment a very thorough
knowledge of farming and how to get
the best results from the soil.
Mrs. Mary E. Miller went to Mor
row's Crossing Friday to spend the
day with Mr. and Mrs. Clark Nesbltt.
MIbs Iola Ralston of Viola refurhed
home Thursday after a short visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Merry
man. Receivers' auction sale of Ingalls
jewelry stock. Sales every afternoon
&t 2:30; evenings at 7:30. Watches,
Jewelry, silverware, etc. (Adv.)
Have you a weak throat? If so, you
cannot be too careful. You cannot be
gin treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and
the last is always the harder to cure.
If you will take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy at the outset yon will be sav
ed much trouble. Sold by all drug
when you '
the easy, little
your grocer for
throat; varicone ve.ns; larK of
N. W. tr. Fourth and Brady Streets,
Hours Kvry uy. 'J a, rn. to 5 r
m . exeept Wed-iday. Wednesday
Bourn, 9 t' 12 only. Tuesday and SnG.
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