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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1908.
BUSINESS IS TO
All Patients Applying to
r. C M. COEN
Receivers of New Phone Plant An
nounce That Service Will Be Main-
tained' as at Present.
At his offices iii Rock Island, Rooms 29-31 Stale Bank Building, on or befor
Thursday, Nov. 12, will receive all Professional Services Absolutely Free of
Office Hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 3, 7 to 8 evenings; Sunday morning, 9 to 12.
DR. COEN wants the true merits of his treatment known to every one,
and he does not know of any better way to introduce it than by offering his'
services FREE OF CHARGE UNTIL CURED to all patients calling on hi.u
on or before Nov. 12.
The object of this grand offer is to prove to the sick and ailing citizen:
of Rock Island and vicinity that he has the Grandest. Simplest and certain
ly the Most Successful Treatment for restoring vitality and curing disease
that is known to the scientific world.
DR. COEN wants the worst cases the so-called incurable cases the
hopeless (?) cases in order to prove what his successful treatment will do.
A great majority of his cures are performed in cases which have been pro
nounced incurable, and who have tried so many other treatments and taken
so much medicine that they have become completely discouraged. These
have come to DR. COEN and have found health and happiness. WHY NOT
LET HIM CURE YOU?
Many of you who have been taking medicines and so-called treatments
for months win be absolutely cured in a few days. Severe chronic cases will
require somewhat longer time, but it makes no difference you will betreat
ed free (remedies excepted) until you can say "I am cured."
Read Carefully the Following
Are you suffering from Physical and Vital Weakness, Rheumatism, Lame
Back, Night Losses, Varicocele, Nervcus Debility, Weak Back, Bladder and
Urinary Diseases, Sciatica, Lumbago, Constipation, Throat Trouble, Catarrh,
Poor Circulation, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Asthma, Enlarged or Inflamed
Prostate Glands, Sleeplessness, Epileptic Fits, Piles, Neuralgia, Kidney and
Liver Trouble, Spots Floating Before the Eyes, Palpitation cf the Heart,
Shortness of Breath, Headache, Shooting Pains in the Chest, Back, Hips and
Ankles? Have you Weak Lungs or Bronchial Tubes, Female Weakness,
Leucorrhoea, Heart Troubles, Nervous Exhaustion, or any evidence of break
ing down in Man or Woman? If so, there is quick relief and a permanent
cure in store fcr you.
Free of Charge
. NOTICE All patients accepting this liberal offer must call on or before
Nov. 12. The only remuneration Dr. Coen will accept for his services Will
be a testimonial when cured. All persons calling after that date will be re
quired to pay his usual professional fee, as by that time his reputation will
be fully established, not only in Rock Island, but for miles around.
READ WHT THE CURED SAY
If you are suffering from some deer-seated, obstinate disease, 'or weak
ness, from which you have failed to find lelief, one . testimonial from one
who has teen cvred, one who has suffered, as you probably are now. suffer
ing, should be of. more value to you than p. thousand promises, claims and
' H. H. Bratt, one of the receivers of
the. Union Electric Telephone & Tele
graph company, has been named as
manager and superintendent of the
pla.it by the joint receivers, himself
and . LeRoy J. Wolfe of Davenport.
Mr. Bratt returned from Chicago yes
terday afternoon and announced that
the business of the company will con
tinue under the receivership as at
present, without interruption. ThJ
service will .be maintained and the re
ceivers hope to' eventually straighten
out thp enmnanv'a affairs, and mit the
J plant on a sound basis. Mr. Bratt
was iormerly general manager of the
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
be frladly received and published. But
in either case the identity of the sender
must be made, known, to insure rella-bilitj-.
Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
- Shower for Miss Pottiger. Miss
Gertrude Repine at her home, 2225
Fourth avenue, last evening was hos
tess at amiscellaneous shower for
Miss Mabel Pottiger, a bride of next
week. The house was decorated in
yellow and white, chrysanthemums and
erepo paper, being used with pretty
effect. A three course luncheon was
served, covers being laid for 14. The
ladies spent. the evening hemming dish
towels. Miss Grace Wright receiving
the prize for the neatest work and
Miss Genevieve Camper for the quick
est work. In the guessing games Mrs.
Myrtle Dorman received the prize.
PATIENT, j KIDNEY DISEASE CURED.
e breast 'in'' Samuel Myers, a well known
citizen of Jacksonville, says:
1 suffered with kidney trouble for
'some time, the pains were seveie and
I was unable to work, ily strength
In Honor of Birthday. Ed Caulpet
zer ontertained accompany of about
20 friends last evening at his home,
722 Fifteenth street, in 'honor of his
birthday anniversary. The Arion quar
tet, of which he is a .member, was
present and sang several numbers.
The evening was delightfully spent
and lunch was served.
FROM A GRATEFUL PATIENT.
Cured of cancer of the
1905. . -
Nortouvilie, III., May 19. ir)7.
Dr. Coen: If you can use my name
in any way mat win ue or any Dentin ,, i,.... i,.,. ..,. t , i
t aim vinjiy uau ivtt lilt, auu i " tis fll-
to you. you are at perfect liberty to do most discouraged. Finally I b?gan
I treatment with Dr. Coen and in a few
weeks was entirely well and was soon
able to work. I am now in better
Cards to Marriage Issued. Cards
have been issued to the marriage of
Miss Pauline Haak of Davenport to
Eugene Gruenevrald. superintendent
and chief engineer of the Moline Auto
mobile company, which will take place
at the home of the bride's parents
Surprised by Friends. A company
of about 25 friends surprised Ingwer
Burton at his h.me, 2019 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue, last e-venin. The evening
was passed in a merry way playin
games and with music. Refreshments
wera served during the evening.
Sale for Benefit of Villa. The Visi
tatior guild will hold a sale for the
benefit of . the Villa de Chantal at the
home of Mrs. Theresa Fries, C40 Eigh
teenth street. Saturday afternoon, Nov
21. Coffee and cake will be served
during the cfternoon.
no, and if I can do or say anything!
that will help you any I will gladly do
I have recommended you to every
one that speaks of you. I haven't for
gotten your kindness to me and I real
ize that it was your treatment that
cured me. There is no sign of a re
turn of the cancer and it has been al
most two years since you treated. me.
MRS.; ALLEN MORRIS.
NERVOUS DISEASE CURED.
Read what Mr. Strawn saysr
"My daughter Shirley became affsct
ed early this spring (190G) with cho
rea. -WeN consulted several physicians
and had her treated, and she became
worse instead of better. Hearing of
Dr. Coen, we took her to him. At that
time she could hardly walk, could not
feed herself, and was becoming help
less in other ways, was very nervous
at all tLncs and we could hardly hope
for her recovery. Dr. Coen began
treating her April 25, and in a little
over two months she was as well as
ever. t JAMES G. STRAWN.
"Jacksonville, 111." ,
healili than for years and find his
treatment has helped me in m?ny
ways. SAMUEL MYERS.
Store Is Damaged.
Fire TuNiday afternoon damaged
the store of George W. Rose at Port
Dyrou to the extent of several hundred
dollars. A bucket brigade prevented
total destruction after a hard fight.
The blaze started from an .unknown
cause and its spread was facilitated
by a quantity of oil which became is
CURED OF RHEUMATISM.
This is to certify that Dr. Coen
cured me of lheumatism and neural
gia, from which I had been suffering
for months. I had treated with sev
eral different doctors, but secured no
relief. My right arm was nearly par
alyzed, and I had pain constantly, had
not been able to work for an entire
season. I had almost lost horte of get
ting any benefit from treatment when
I was advised to consult Dr. Coen. I
took treatment from him during the
summer of 1900, and was able to work
after a few weeks' treatment. He
cured me entirely of the rheumatic
trouble, and I am now having better
health than for years. This testimo
nial is for the benefit of the public,
and I advise all who have chronic disease.-;
of any kind to call on Dr. Coen.
JOHN M CREARY.
HUNDREDS OF PATIENTS CURED.
I treated and cuied:
Me. Ja. Gordon of Winchester. 111. He had suffered for years with a
1 loathsome skin disease. One of the several doctors ho consulted and treat
ed with took him to St. Louis to a specialist there. These doctors failed to
' cure although he treated with them for over two years and was in the
hospital many weeks. I cured him in less than tlx months' time,' over a
year ago, and today he has the best of health, no return of the disease. :
I treated and cured:
Mr. Dan Whalen of Jacksonville, 111. Mr. Whalen suffered severely with
stomach troubles. The doctors relieved his troubles for a few. hours onlyt
- I cured him sound and well, no return of the trouble. I
: I treated and cured:
Mr. T. R. Bostic of Waverly, 111. He had what is generally called incura
ble Etomach trouble, vomited two or three times a day for nearly two years.
I cured him in a month. "He is now well, has gained many pounds in weight,
and is working every day: - K
Testimonials from above and hundreds of other CURED, GRATEFUL
PATIENTS on file 'in my office.
I CAN CURE YOU.
Take advantage of my remarkable offer made above. Consultation, i Ex
amination and Professional Services Free. Note carefully the location ofytaiy N
Offices state eanx imncneii & L.ynoc; cunuing, i-iock isiana.
.Office hours: 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8 evenings; Sunday morning 9 to 2..
DR. C M. COEN
Chicago, Nov. G. Following are the
market quotations today:
December. 100, 100 y, 99, 100 '.i
.May, 103. 101. 103, 103.
July, 98, 99, 9778. 98.
December, Cl, 61, CI, G1V4
May, 01, Cl, Cl, 61.
July, CI1,, 61, Ciy8, 61
December, 47, 4S, 47, 48'4.
May. 49, 50, 49. 504.
July, 45. 45, 45, 45.
January, 16.07, 16.15, 15.92, 1C.00.
May, 16.00, 1G.07, 15.87, 15.92.
May, 9.42, 9.45, 9.37, 9.37.
January, 9.35, 9.37, 9.27, 9.30.
January, 8.47, 8.152, 8.45, 8.45.
May, 8.57, 8.62, 8.52, 8.55.
Receipts today Wheat. 20; corn,
10 oats, 82; hogs, 30,000; cattle, 3,
500 ; sheep, 10,000. ' . : , : ,
Estimated receipts Saturday
Wheat, 30; corn, 109; oats, 98; hogs,
Hog market opened weak 5 to 10
cents lower. - Hogs left over, 4,000.
Light,' $5.256,05; good heavy, $5.45
C.30; mixed and butchers, $5.40((?
6.25; rough heavy, $5.4505.65."
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened strong.
Omaha Hogs, 3,600; cattle, 11,000.
Kansas City Hogs, 15,000 ; cattle,
2,000. ' " ' ( '-
Hog market closed active at ea re
prices. Light, $5.256.05; good heavy,
?a.4.)6.30;. mixed and butchers, $5.40
6.25; rough heavy, $5.455.65.
Cattle market closed steady: Beeves.
$3 507.50; stackers and feeders $2.61
?? 4.60; cows and heifers, $1.C55.35.
Sheep market closed steady. :
Mirneapolis Today. 220; last week.
211; Inst ye.ir 201.
Simon & Landauer
" Better Clothes "
" Better Values "
Power Behind a "Flock
It's an old slory in any line of business that the more a sT:ore can buy the
cheaper it can sell. Volume of business and buying capacity bear a dis
tinct tangible relation to selling price. Buying in large quantities paying
cash we buy to our patrons great advantages in the price of each individ
This is but one side of the store that leads to eveu greater economies in proportion to its growth. The
other side concerns S. &.L. quality. These two great forces quality and economy basic principles in'
the policy of this store welded, together offers advantages to its clientele which, we believe, no other
store around here can equal. ' ,
n it "i r s- t i
coats: Miracles or Uood Value
A showing that proves beyond the shadow of a doubt the
pre-eminence of our overcoat section
Here you will find the newest styles and colorings various models of the new button to the neck
overcoat and the popular and more conservative loose fitting box overcoat in medium lengths. Browns,
tans, greens and brownish greens, in stripes and solid shades. Plain and 'self striped blacks in rich,
luxurious fabrics.' A good assortment at whatever price vou wish to pa v. Unusual values at
$10, $15, $18, $20, $22.50-and $25
.-Men?s Suits: The Better Kind
One point we're particularly insistent about -you can be
properly fitted in S & L ready-to-wear clothes, '
And the price wijl be surprisingly small compared with what you receive. There's a riot of mlor in
men's y ear this season; there is also the more subdued shades for men of quieter tastes; styles also
vary from the extreme to the conservative. Our prices always mean a saving to vou whether vou pav
$15or $30. Good values at
$15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25 and $30
All kinds of comfortable underwear
for the cold weather ahead. Staley
and other good makes, in union and
Union Suits .;.:.
Two Piece ..
Boys' Fleece Lined . .
. $1. to $5.00
. . . . 50c up
25c and 50c
l Men's blue flannel collar attached Shirts, all sizes
up to 20 , . . . ;. $1 to $3.00
Men's extra quality Jersey Shirts ..$1.50
Men's Corduroy Shirts $1.50 and $2.00
Beautiful assortment of Neckband Dress Shirts, iu
fancy colors and black and white effects $1, $1.50
Long School Overcoat and the medium length
Reefer Coats, in the right colors and styles, priced
all the way from J3.50 to $15.00, with especially
strong featuring at
$5.00 and $6.50
Men's sweater jackets in plain grays,
tans and browns with contrasting
border effects. Extra values at $1.50,
$2.50, $3.00 and $5.00.
Boys' $1 to $2.50
Children's .'. 75c to $1.50
Ladies' r $3 to $5.00
Men's Flannelette Pajamas, special values at
only $1, $1.50 and $2.00
. . .' . 50c and $1.00
Bovs' and Girls Rough I?ider Gloves .. ... . . 50c
Suits for sturdy youngsters as strong and durable
as they make them. We know of no better boys'
clothes than the kind we sell. Popular lines at
$5.00, $6.50 arid $7.50
Simon & Landauer, Cor. 2nd & Harrison
Dulath Today. GG9; last week, 229;
last year, 230. , ( .
New York Stock
New York, Nov. C Following are
the .quotations on the stock market
Gas 97'. U..P. 178, U. S. SteSl
preferred 113 V. U. S. Steel common
54, Reading 130, Rock Island prefer
red248, Rock Island common 21,
NorlliHvsiorn Ifis",, Southern Ticifie
112, N. Y. Central 112, Missouri Pa
cific 59, Great Northern 137 North
ern Pacific 149V4. L. & N. 113, Smelters
97, C. F. I. 39, Canadian Pacific
175, Illinois . Central 143'A, Penna
128. Erie 32, Lead 85, C. & Or
14, B. R. T. 51, B. & O. 103,
Atchison 94. Locomotive 56. Sugar
135, St. Paul 14GVi, Copper 87 v4. Re
public Steel preferred Republic
SuH t-i.mmoii 2fi"i: SonHifm Iy. 21",
-LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Llvt
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
. Rock Island, Nov. C Following are
the wholesale prices in the local mar
ket today: . " 1 . . ..', rCi;;
: Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresh, 24c ,',-. ... : ; '
Live Poultry Hem, pox found. Be;
springs, 11c pound.- ' '
Butler - Dairy.- 2?.c. -' , .
Lard Uc : . - . '
, Vegetables Potatoes, 55c to 60c;
onions, 45c; beets,. 40c; turnips, 30c. ,
" ' . Feed and Fuel.
'.Grain New corn, 60c; old corn, 80c;
oats, 47c ta 50c; what, 85c to 96c.
' Forage Timothy hay, to $10;
nrairip. 17.50 tr $9.00' olnver " 4S Ml
straw," $6.00. "
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
ppr bnshpl, 7c tn Sc.