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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1913.
May Use Mail Carriers
to Take Future Census
Washinrton. Feb. 11. The annual appropriation by congress for the year
report of Director Durand of the bu
actw of census statistics. The exces-jsuch service, they should, of course,
give number of questions on the sched-1 be properly compensated for the ad
ules and the ignorance or lack of m-jditional work thrust upon them. It is
terest on the part of many of the peo-j believe that just compensation to the
Iple called upon to answer them are al-j carriers would amount to a decidedly
jso important causes. That the results smaller sum than must necessarily be
! are far from being entirely satisfac-; paid to enumerators employed exclu-
.r , . , ... ... . , torv is wen Known to me geneiai '. i"i muro worn, mt u
was $lfo4S.S2i. Included in th:s amount ;i 1"li28 " u v. ,L m.looS however u i r,flnt than
Daily United States Weather Map
.cay oi i-ne census ior tne nscai year were jizu.uimj lor the employment 01 cMa of the censU8 buTeau. There is I greater accuracy in the statistics
ended June 3", lEi;, has been submit-; temporary clerks to complete theireason to believe that the actual num
ted to th secretary of commerce and 13th census work, and $272,000 for ! ber of inhabitants is ascertained with
bor- ! the printing of the rf ports. approximate accuracy, and that the
ReKardlnK the- cast of the l..th d 't en-; ... v, , ,h ' nrinc iDal interrogatories on the popula-
' bureau for the fiscal vear 1914 amount- Hn and ajtricultural schedules are an--rt
to H23s a?n net rterrea swered with a fair degree of accuracy.
nial census, the report urates that tiie
grand total expenditure from July 1.
1909, to June 1. H'12. was J1.1T1,
693; of which I" "Tt was expert -1
for field work (salaries nf supervisors
and enumerator?, etc I; $i;,2Tl,4tO for
compilation and publication of statis
tics; and l.fi7fl.7f.2 f"r annual and
other investijiaMrns of the permanent
bureau :iot K.rinecteri with the deren
niel renhiis Tl.'- fital appropriation,
receipts, etc . w re $1 "O 7ii.4,7.
The bureau was mainly occupied
durinn the fiscal year of 1512 In the
compiling of th" results of the 13th
census, but th annual work re
quired rnder tIih permanent census act
a carried on as usual.
The total census force on Tec. 31,
1512, numbered M3. with 712 sjjecial
centH additioLal 6tatior.ed in the
southern states to collect statistics of
On thu subject of appropriations the
report states that the bureau's esti
mates of expenditures for the fiscal
year 1913 was $1,612,440
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
day, the 25th day of February next, an
election will be held In the city of
Rock Island, county of Rock Island
and state of Illinois, in pursuance of
and subject to the provisions of an
act entitled "An act to provide for
Many of the less important Inquiries,
however, obtain much less satisfactory
results. There is no way of measuring
precisely the margin of error in any
raw It is however, sufficient evi- .h- y,r.A-,r. . 1
" - . - - ; iuo uuiuiug pi j 111 dl , Cirk-LlUlin UJ '
dence of the need of Improved meth- j political parties." for the purpose of i
ods that in multitudes of cases inter-. nominating candidates of the repub- j
sible. and the plan to provide for the rogatories wnicn are propeny apynca-, ilcan party, democratic party, progres-I
supervision of this field work by hie are not answered at all, and that ' sive party and socialist party, for the!
trained census employes instead of or tne statistics .on several subjects as ! office of police magistrate, which pri-j
In addition to supervisors or other di- tabulated show relationships which are j mary election w ill be opened at 6;
recting officers choren locally. It is self-evidentjy incorrect. o'clock In the morning and continue
proposed, if congress approves, to ap-' "The need for more competent enu. Pen untn 6 "clock In the afternoon.
nlv thes methods to the snedM cen- meratnra Is . thus obvious. There ul lUBl places iu otitis
sus which, by authority of a
act. is to De taxen in imo. great improvement in tne cnaracier 1
In regard to the plan of using mail of enumerators by mere minor modifl-1
carriers Direc'or Durand says In his cations of the present method of select-1
report: ling them. The difficulties In tie pres- j
"While greater efforts were made at ent method are fundamental and not;
Sixth precinct 1434 Seventh ave
compared with the appropriation made 1
for the previous year,
i The most striking recommendations
in Director Durand's report are the
plan to use United States mail car
' riers in the future to perform as large .
a part of the census field work as pos-,
of that day
111 l- - M 1 .
recent seems to be little hone of securing any , " -
r irKL nrre nrr m. eniirTn avpnnp i
Second precinct 702 Second avenue. j
Third precinct City barn, 919 Sixth j
Fourth precinct 1005 Ninth street.
nit? ithpub t'i j.Ti" iiiau hi Any jn-vi- tt mere uinuer ui uemu. ailci vnaui
ous census to secure competent super-' consideration the census bureau has
U. S. Department, ot Africa ituie.
W1LUS L. MOOKE. Ous..
Mr. Richard's Experience With Dif
ferent Diets. Peaches and
Buttermilk for Three Years.
visors and enumerators and to e Imt- reached the conclusion that much betr
nat TtrtHrfrnl tn ft n onoi t . their bp!o tar -cteiTlt Ann rt nhtainpfl hv lltlllv-
The j tion. the general method of selecting, 1 lng the services of the mail carriers
! directing, and paying them was sub- ; to do the larger part of the census enu-
Istantlally the same as at the three meration than by any other feasible
(preceding censuses. The chief objec-plan. The postmaster general also has
I tion to that method Is not the fact given consideration to this plan and
I that politics Is bound to a greater or believes it would be entirely feasible,
j less extent to enter into the appoint-' at least In the case of the rural dis-
Cedlton, Mi. Mr. George Richards,
Of this place, during the piist 12 years,
has probably tried more different diets
than the average person would ever use
in a lifetime.
What he has to siy about his experi
ments, must tliereioie lie highly interest
in' 10 anvone suffering from indigestion
or stomach trofllcs ot-any kind.
He says: "r-or nmre than 12 years
! suffered with stomach troubles, and
paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bills
and medicines. 1 was also operated on
I lived on dried peaches anJ buttermilk
for nearly three years. The only thing
that would n 't givu me pain was ra egs.
1 was a phv.cal w reck. 1 could nol
Bleep, and v.as as near crazy as amaa jtor onre selected, knows that, at most
couiawuioe ! the only penalty for
I nill-.I say 1 i .1 ti.vi iu t-cirni
tricts, and that It wotrid not Interfere
materially with the regular and prompt
distribution of the mails. There would
bp somewhat greater difficulties in
volved in utilising the city mail car-1
riers than the rural carriers. It is
probable that the former also could
be advantageously employed, but the
precise method by which the greatest
advantage could be gained from using
; the city mail carriers, with the least
persons to take the Job; and, finally, inconvenience to the public, must be
that there is no adequate m'ans of a matter of further investigation and
holding supervisors or enumerators re- consideration. Meantime, if the plan
sponsible for cons( ientious and thor- of usinK the rural mail carriers is 1
on ph work. Seventy thousand or more I adopted at the special agricultural;
enumerators must be secured for work 1 census of 1915, much valuable experi
lastlng not over 15 days in the cities ! ence will be secured which w-ill be ap-
ments. It Is rather that both super
visors and enumerators are in the
great majority of Instances entirely in
experienced in census work; that
ther Is no way of guaranteeing that
they shall be particularly familiar
with the people and the conditions of
their districts: that the term or em
ployment, particularly of enumerators.
Is so short and the pay so small that
It is very difficult to induce competent
Seventh precinct 1101 Fifteenth!
Eighth precinct 1914 Third tvenue. '
Ninth precinct Trinity parish house
Nineteenth Btreet and Sixth avenue, j
Tenth precinct Hose house on
Twenty-second street between Fifth
and Sixth avenues. j
Eleventh precinct 823-825 Twen
tieth 6treet. 1
Twelfth precinct Hose house on
Twenty-sixth street between Sixth and i
Seventh avenue. I
Thirteenth precinct 709 Twenty-
Observations taken at 8 . ra.. seventy-fifth me
ridian time. Air pressure reduced to tea level.
IsoBA.tS (continuous Idi pais through poln-j
o' equal aii pressure. Isotherms (dotted line)
pasa through points of equal temperature; drawn
cnly for xero. freezing. 90. and 10u.
O clear: Q partly cloudy; Q cloud?;
rain: snow: report missing.
Arrows fly with the wind. First figures, lowest
temperature past 12 hours: second, precipitation
of .01 Inch or more for past 24 hours; third, maxi
mum wind velocity.
1 f :j--
A A1 Al AM
FORECAST FOR ROCK 1SXAX1 DA VEX PORT. MOMXE AXD VICIITT.
Fair tonight and Wednesday, colder tonight with the lowest temperature near zero.
The storm which was yesterday cen
tral over Manitoba has moved to south
eastern Ontario, causing rain or snow
from the Mississippi valley to the At-
Fourteenth precinct 3032 Fifth ave-: 'antic coast and a decided rise In tem
nue. . perature from the eastern portion of
Fifteenth precinct Peterson's car- t,e lake regj0n to New England. Rel-
penter shop, 510 Forty-fifth street. 1 ,..., , , . .
. . , . . : atively low pressures, accompanied by
Sixteenth precinct Gannon s paint v ' v J
shop on Fourteenth avenue between P"ecipitation are reported from the
Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth streets, j southern portion of the Rocky moun-
and not over 30 days In the rural dis
tricts, and at moderate rates of ray.
The persons who would make most
competent enumerators a-"e usually
already employed and cannot tive
their time to the work. An cnumera
iitut 'iu 1 'tun a ' lutein,
it did nie tn.re pocd tl;an all 1 ever spenl
for otht-r n.sclictnrs.
I have been w(.il:tnc; dnily on the farm
ever since, aud I ;i as h.ird as iron."
This ptirclv vegetable tenrdv tins been
in suci'-v.tul use tor more h:m 7(1 years. 11 ",'
Try it KL'.t cr.'jrct'.UitU's-'lhcdloid'fc." i """m"f!,n
I o 1 nrmcrator
penalty for unsatisfactory
will be failure to receive his
comparatively pnuil! compensation,
and that in fact it is scarcely likely
tha. his incompetence will be discov
ered until after he ha9 received his
ce and Irresponsibility
rators nie bv no means the
only cause of the unsatisfactorv char-
Despatch fro sin Oepta
of AgrScu.tisre, Wash.,
Cheese as regular food
Cheese is the greatest health food produced
iplicable to the solution of the problem
of the taking of the decennial census.
"I;i most of the leading foreign
' r'.'iitri'-s the work of ceusus enumera
tion is largely or wholly performed by ;
permanent employes either of the cen- !
tra! government or of the local gov-
! iinjetit?. Postal employes, policemen
and other officers of cilies and local
gov ernments are called into service.
1 "Mail carriers, whether in cities or
in rural districts, appear to be con
spicuously well qualified to act as
census enumerators. They are select
ed without reference to political con
siderations and as a result of tests
'whlh guarantee a fair degree of edu-
cation and ability. Their peculiar ex
perience, however, adds immensely to
1 their fitness for the work. They are
personally acquainted with almost ev
ery family and individual in the dis-
' tricts which they serve. Such ac
quaintance would not only result in
; saving the carrier much time but
' wculd enable him to secure more com
plete and accurate information. Again,
tile mail carriers have a permanent,
ref ponsibility to the government as
their employer, and if utilized for
tensus work would feel under obliga
tion to do it to tbe best of their abil
ity, lest otherwise their permanent no-
J Seventeenth precinct 1334 Thir
Dated at Rock Island, 111., this 10th
day of February, 1913.
M. T. RUDGREN, City Clerk.
tain region and the west gulf coast.
The northwestern area of high pres
sure overlies the northern Rocky
mountain sections and the upper Mis
souri valley and the attendant cold
wave extends eastward to the upper
lakes. At 7 a. m. it was coldest at
Prince Albert, where the temperature
was 22 degrees below zero. On account
of the continued eastward movement
of the low and the approach of the
northwestern high, fair weather is In
dicated for this vicinity tonight and
Wednesday, with colder tonight.
High. Low. Prep.
Atlantic City 30 24 .08
Boston 22 16 .00
Buffalo 16 10 .01
Rock Island 36 12 .on
Denver 44 16' .12
.Jacksonville 68 52 .00
KansaB City 40 22 .00
New Orleans 72 60 .00
New York 23 18 .02
Norfolk 40 36 .08
Phoenix 62 42 .16
St. Ixuis 40 30 .02
St. Paul 36 0 .00
San Diego 60 B0 .00
San Francisco . . . B6 48 .00
Washington, D. C. . 36 28 .12
Winnipeg 12 14 .06
Yellowstone Park . 6 .00
Why Business Felt Off.
Two London business men were talk
ing when a seedy individual came up
and spoke to one of them. After he
had gone the one" to whom he had
spoken said to his friend: . "That's a
brother of mine end about the most
unfortunate fellow in the world. 1
have set him up In business three
times. The last time I bought a pork
shop business for him In a place called
Parking. After a few weeks he wrote
and said the business had all dropped i
Today s Market Quotations
CHICAGO MARKETS. place of two important gatherings this ed at f 600,000, and from them during
Chicago Feb. 11. Following are the 'summer the sixth Pan-American j the past year was derived an Income
quotations on live stock today: ! congress and the fifth Itin-Amerlcan
Stockers andemfwy VBGKQJetaoinh i Medical congress.
Cattle 3.500; steady . Beeves 6.60& i
9. on; storkers and feeders 4.75(&7.60; j Three faculty representatives of the
cows and heifers 3.10(7.50; calves I University of La Plata, Argeutina,
C.73 10.50. I have been investigating educational
Hogs 21,000; strong. Light 5.00 ; methods in the 1'nited States. They
of $25,000 in addition to meat and
hides consumed by the natives themselves.
off. Would 1 come up? I went, and j mixea ..yofgs.jj; neavy ..ao'yiare concerned clnetly w-.tli History,
the first thing that caught my eve was j 8.30 ; bulk 8.158.30. 1 biology, and Mie rural school problem.
a ticket In the window inviting tbe
public to 'Try Our Barking Sausages.' "
Sheep 17.000; him; 4.9Ufj6.25.
Wheat opened 94Q94Ii
A first year course in
The actual number of law schools in
the United States only increased from
il02 to 11S in the decade from 1902 to
1 1912. according to figures compiled ;it
, the Tnit.ed Slates bureau of education,
vocational : hut the n nnb r of st.idents studying
closed at j guidance is offered in the high school law in these schools increased from
;!5 "4 Co 35 ; closed
Is made In the famous Elkhorn Sanitary Dairies of
Pure Milk. Elkhorn Cheese is properly cured, making
It far more digestible than ordinary bulk cheese. Elk
horn Cheese Is sold only in sanitary packages and Jars.
Ask Your Dealer For
Elkhorn Cream Elkhorn Pimento
Elkhorn Tasty or Devilled
From now till July first contract only such obli
gations as will enable you to SAVE SOMETHING at
the German Trust & Savings Bank each pay day.
PUT YOURSELF ON TRIAL. See now much you can
save with determined effort.
A few months' trial will demonstrate that contin
ued practice makes the saving habit automatic.
When saving becores easier than not to save you
hava established your way to competence.
German Trust & Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
A valuable aid to digestion when
1'hc robut, long-lived Swiss cat cheese instead of meat 'sit,ns might be endangered. It is in
conceivable, tor example, that mall
carriers acting as enumerators would
! permit themselves to become parties
I to a sceme of elaborate padding of the
I census, stieh as was attempted in a
number of the cities and towns of the
country at the last ceasus. or that
they should neglect their work to any
such degree as did some of the enu
merators in 1910.
I "Another peculiar advantage of the
employment of mail carriers as census
j enumerators Is the fact that their du
ties require them day by day to go
over the same territory. A large part
of the required census work could be
dene by the carriers as incidental to
their mail deliveries, although of :
course a considerable amount of addl-1
tlonal time wou'd be required. I'nder
the method heretofore employed, an
enumerator who finds a family absent
on his first ris't is under a strong
temptation not to return to that fam
ily to complete his work. To do so, j
particularly In the rural districts, may
j mean a special trip of considerate I
j distance. The mail carrier who Is un-1
able to obtain the required schedules
I on on visit would lose no time in vig
iting th same family on a later trip,
j "It is believed that by the employ
i ment, of mall carriers as enumerators
; ft would be possible to have the fami
lies themselves in a large majority of
j cases fill out the required schedules,
i whe'her of agriculture or of popula
j "A already stated, it is believed by
j tbe postofflce department that mall
! carriers in the rural districts could per
; form the work of enumeration without
interfering at all seriously with the1
j public convenience as regards the de-1
livery of mail. Doubtless tie carriers '
j would have to work more than the or
dinary number of hours, and in some
.cases, rerhapa generally, it would be
! necessary for the regular rural car- j
' riers to call upon their substitutes for '
more or less assistance in the delivery
Making the Cormorants Work.
The cormorants are anions the ciost ! ' Corn opened
interesting and useful birds in the i (?i543.
world. They are employed in the ! Ooats opened
sliing industry off the coast of Srot- !34&34vr.
land to a large extent. They are eas- J Pork 19.97.
Jly trained to work for their o?.-ner. j l.ard 10.70,
who place a brass ring round each ! Ribs lO.tlo.
or tneir tnroats so as to pieient me Another short supply of hogs sent recent investigation of 14 Indiana
.birds swallowing. They naturally feed prices skyward; 10c to 15c higher mar- cities by Superintendent Arthur I)( a
lupon fish and soon learn to deiosit ket. bulk sending 15c to 30c; C.r.5 top 1 mer of 1-aporte. The pern-ntase of
wnat uiey raicn in ineir owner?, i...:us. ma(ie; there was an 8.40 rumor iu cir
,They display remarkable cleverness In sru aHon
Steer trade firm at yesterday's l"c to
at Highland Park, 111. The purpose i i:?.'.M2 to L'i,7(;o in the same period,
cf the course is to aid students in I There were ' :i,.ri24 graduates of law
selectiii,; the subjects 01 the next ' schools in 1:102 and last year,
three years with special reference toii.nw students, having a collegiate do
their life work. gree. doubled in the 1U years. Finan-
icially the law -schools show a reinarka-
!lt advance. The endowment funds
juinpi d from half a million to nearly
1 Indiana boys failed
frequently than girls,
in school more
according to a
time, and a good fisher is worth a good
deal of money to a fisherman.
. M. Henri Poincare. the mathemati
cian, told us a few years ago that if
very one who buys a lottery ticket
fcnew how little chance there was of
any one winning a prize there could be
no successful lottery. The chance of
raeb was about equal to the danger
of being killed in a railway accident
' Tho Greater Field.
I "Father. I am not sure whether I
shall be a specialist for the ears or thj
"Choose the teeth, my boy. Every
one has thirty-two of tbem. but only
two ears." London Tlt-BIta.
two million dollars: the grounds and
tiuildiiiKS tripled in value; and the to
tal iuccme in 1912 was $l,:(;x,nuii, as
failures was 14. i for the boys and M.1 ; against $."2::,KM) in 1902. The 387,000
for the girls. volumes in the law school libraries in
l'.o2 hid grown to SMti.noo 111 1312.
15c advance. ! The extent of the reindeer industry
Sheep sold strong; lambs weak. 1 in Alaska under the Vnitcd States bu-: Jefferson City, Mo. Circuit Attorney
, rcau of education is indicated by the Harvey of St. lxnils has instituted in
NEW YORK STOCKS. iface that it covers a territory as long i the supreme court ouster proceedings
New York, Feb. 11. Following are as from Maine to South Carolina. If against .lobn A. Wright, election com-
the quotations on tbe market toaav: a l'ne were drawn thro; gh the r4 herds '
American Srgar Refining HCVi it would stretch more than 5.000 miles
All the news all the time The Argus.
Every Corn Vanish!
The Cora Care on r Pli
Every Cora Quirk and Sure.
You've tried a lot of things for
corns, but vou've still eot them. Trv
the new. sure, quick, easv. painless
American Tel. & Telephone 132 j
St. Paul 110
Illinois Central 124" ;
International Harvester 111 ;
New York Central IOC'4
Northern Pacific 118
Pennsylvania 119 ;
People's Gas 112
Rock Island common 2258 !
Rock Island preferred 39 '4 ;
Union Pacific 157
L . o. oieei common V I
V. S. Swel preferred 108 V
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Feb. 11. Following axe tbe whole-,
sale quotations on tne local market ;
Creamery butter, 35c j
Dairy butter, 30c.
Lard, 12 c per pound.
Fresh eggs, 21c.
Storage eggs, 20c.
Potatoes, 50c to 60c.
Cabbage, 1- tr pound.
Onions, lc per pound.
Feed and Fuel.
Timothy hay, $18 to 120.
Wild hay, $12 to $15.
Oat, 34c to 35c
Corn, 40c to 46c.
Coal Lump, per ton, $2.25;
Ther.i are are over :;s,noo reindcr in
tiiese herds, two thirds of them owned
by natives. The value of the rein
deer owned by the natives is estimat-
rnissioner for St. Louis. In his peti
tion Mr. Harvey says that Mr. Wright
is ineligible, as he was appointed to
rejin sent the progressive party, which
was the third party in the Missouri
election last fall.
'First Time In My Life I Got Rid of
Corns. "GETS-IT" Is a Marvel.
Nearly $1,000,000 is now on deposit
in school savings banks in 1,149
'schools throughout the L'nited States.
of mail during the time of enumera-1 fT. lJ?.e new:olan corn cure. "GETS-i
1. naim 11 eei rin ot na rnrn ;
ticn. Even, however, if there would
be sense little inconvenience to the
: public, it should be borne In ra'ind
.that the taking cf a census is a great
1 national enterprise, in which every
wart, ca'hl nr hnnir.n m o hiKrv
(LTS-i I is as sure as time H
takes two seconas to anoU iha 's all ;
-No ballasts to stick and fus over '
no 6aives to make corus sore and turn !
true fieoh raw and r-d. no ulasreis. !
no more knives and razors that rnav i
caii3e blood ro;son. no more dieeitiei
ur. u ut- Buouia oe. n in most, cases world to use 1 our corn dav are over, aca,
would bp wilMng to sacrifice a trifle of ; c 'fLT? TJ; u 18 saIe-
. i; jrtiii, cjuve:iifcnce.
The government of Uruquay has en-1 j
gaged an agricultural expert from
1I13 rrr-"p"i f'atei; to .r&;mlze an agri
cultural M-hcol in the istub.';.
tir'zen should be interested and for :
The .' nteseori .ne'JiOd to be tried I
by the normal schools of Ontario, Can-
following investigations of ?Ionte-
scri schools in the l'nited States.
cents Der houte or direcc i' v.-n wish '
"It carrier. w.r.caU "1 Lima,
Peru, will b the meeting
DISKASKI) SIBX VIIf ARK VOKKIf; F. KRV
UAV, MU tilt; Mir SM !i l:OlOII TO II lj IN
HKO, Mllll 1 II MIT WAIT LVIII. SI(KM I. AVI
:llr.M If. Ill ICY MlOll.ll COT.SI I.T AT UMU
AN HONEST DOCTOR
Who Will Pender Them Hinh-ClaES S ervice.
Thousands of yf'ui.n and old m :i i n n lo!: la k at
their Uuyhood days or tail..- mkimkhkJ v.-i::i ;i xln
rtmuri". ELOOU i:d CHKUXIC OlSfCAslvi sap Ine
very life and vuulitji of ihc vi' lim. If you are it vic
tim of any chronic dismsc, inns. ill us lirM. Hun t
waste time : moury -xiicrimeiiuuw v, .th n.ed-
loines or common treat nviits. Oi.r !arsc ortl . sire
eqtiippid wUh all the lat-st appliances, iniliid.ui; the
X-ray. When yon treat v.iih u. jjii .- r- r-ot exixrt- '. MIN'M ION
merited on, liu t we start you r.ui ;:t wit.i tle i'ft:ne l-'ISI-'l-'
treatment that has ured :hou.-ai:'is .f min-rs. l i:.- manv vara' tinrr
Jence in thie fperially has piivl us n-yond liie ex k r i ,-iicn la I Htaxe
e ui-rriilull IreiU Nrrtouii l.ei.llii). Hii,..4.- rlrm, Culnrunl T
tatr, lleers, Surcn, Uioil l'..i u, Ivl.iuey ::ml Ulmlilrr lilnrnam; iP.
ad llectal lllneaiiea; llrurl, l.iiUi,!., I nlurrli, Muma.-h ami) linuiie lllu-mr.
AnKiUla ai.d deS)i:idei t; weak or del,llitated; tlrd
iiioriiini. no umbitton. lifeless; rne-nory poor; eas
ily latli:c'; exrit.ii hie ami irri tablet mi sunken rA
and blurred; piir-pl on la. e; resii.. aiird-looUnic weak back;
bone paiii.i: hair loo: e. ul- . ra, sore ;,irw vai lcone vc.w; hick of en
ergy and coi.fiilenee? e k tl.. .r-i : ..r ai l.untm dc tor of
tlii kind. :io offers .-.on a J.i-ii.it.g i.aioi iVc .ill aid yon In rise aliove
youi wrongdoiuir. and iki u n.an 01 yn. off.-r yo i horn-si. laiiri
tul s-rvlte. new. advanced li eati;r-;it. . :,t rt .!; ill ui.d reasonable harij
es. Fatients from oul ol to-.vji neeu iiot c:iia.u In r-. but uan return
borne, same cay.
Many pa'lcr.ts h.ivn told ui.
iK'-:- we eur.d t;n m. that ti.ey
in. ..rjl.u a. !et io ( oniu to uj
on EC-count of never I'.-ivInK r" e;ve.i reii. i . ! .vl-'-rH. a-id tney had al
most become so ski-ptica. a to t in': lu'-. . no 1. r - tor tn-nt. We
v. ant an opportunity to (real just nue., ;.,-n, ai.J it u.ak' no difference
how mar.y have failed to cure you. C'or.'ie to us for an examina tiori any
way and it will not com you a dollar. We ivill 1. it a'-' tj.l pay ft.i any
services unless we believe your ciine curable, bo don't hesitate. If you
have any -diseases nr w.-ak.'icss Peculiar 10 men. but cuae at dice. Every
thing strictly cotJldenlial.
COPENHAGEN MEN SPECIALISTS
11 Ftfte. ofc at Urfond lloeri,
Hours Open only on Wednes
days from 2 In the afternoon un
til 9 In the evening and Friday
evening 1 tn . anil tiiinnjv
mornir.es, to 1. Iniring other
days call at Iavenport ottlc-e.
X. V. tor. Foarth anil Ilrndy Streets, ,
Hours Kvery day. 9 a. m. to S p
m., except Wediiesdav. Wednesilay
hours. 9 to 12 only. Tuesday mid Sat
iinli) eveninics. 7 to 'j. Closed un