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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912.,
.Red Men Here Yc-tftrday marked
tho opening of the 2ith great session i
of the great council of Iowa. Improved '
Order of Red Men. Headquarters are
4. . v - t . v. X r. v;mK:i !
hotel. There were 700 Red Men and
the Da'.isratiTB of Pocahontas in the
city at the beginning of the festivities
vtsterdav afternoon. The Da-.izhter3
of Pocahontas have, their credent!al niebirigs destroyed by fire at the be
poaimiuee' infilled in the ladles' par- ginning of winter is tho unkind fate
lor of the New K!niba",l. The Itaugh-', cf the aged Cyrus Hopkins and wife,
ters will follow out the program of While the loss or the Hopkins', a col
their brother lodge with tho exception ored couple. Is not much as wo'ild be
that they will bold their class adop-' Valued in dollars and rents, it means
lion and burner's ression at the Odd ever Wiing to thorn at th-)r age in
rlloit' hail on Fifth and Brady : life a:il at this season of the yepr.
nre ts. The v.urk will be put u.i by Immediately after the flames which
the Mo'ine degree team. After the ! consumed the little house at 211?
f lans adoption ias: evening they ad-i Locuht street yesterday morning had
Jourr.ed to th Washington D.iiry idled away. Chief Danger, touched by
lunch room ar.d cvlt braf J the ccca-jtte old man's grkf upon viewing the
rlon with a chicken supper. I ru'.ns of what had bt"n his home for
o 40 or SO years, promised that a sub-
Barber Held Up Attacked and scrlption would be etarted to raise
knocked down hy, two would b rob- j money with which to replace the loss,
bers Sunday iilght ' about midnight, 1 About Is needed. Because of sick-
Charles A. Knirlehart, tho West Tliird
afreet barber. U wearing a blackened
eye and o'her bruises as th" riti.".:
of bin encounter. The two Men who
bet tii'On Mr. I'tiglebart did tul ac
tron.plMi the rfibbi ry th--y intended.
At the corner of Seventh i-.rd Main
streets. Bo Mr. Kr.c'.chart wus Kjin
home, two ni n suddenly jumped out
from l.'liitid the fc'oiie wall at this
Juncture ;.rd struck him. H was
felled to the ground and injured. He
jr-l ed loudly fur assistance, and be
cnmbig frlrhtn'd. the two highway
men escaped In the darkness.
Hits Gun "Toters" The use of re-1
volvers and the carrying of then Ih
meeting with a strenuous warfare police brought the rase to light follow
waged by the pollen department. Two ing the discovery of a stabbed Mexi
vlolators ff th city laws In regard can In the rear of 216 Iowa street, the
to carrying concealed weapons were
nrralmied In police court yesterday
rrornlrg. Steve Matlock, a foreigner,
was given a fine of $."0 and costs for
tarrying a revolver. He claimed to
Health and Beauty Advice
BY MRS. MAE
R. M. S : Sallow complexion, liv
er blotches, pimples and other erup
tions of the skin Indicate the need
of a good blood tonic and liver regu
lator. Dissolve oae ounce of kar-
dene In one-half pint of axohol, (not i
whiskey), add one hulf cupful if sug-!
ar and enough hot water to make a
full quart. Take one tablespoonful
fife minutes before each meal. Kar
dene, purities the blood, arouses lost
appetite and te.ids to strengthen and
build up th entire system.
J. W.; You can add greatly to your
bpatitr If you rub pyroxln on your
f-yebrowa with flngT-end. This makes
tbetn grow thick and silky. Applying
pyroxln at lash roots with thumb and
fore flncer makes them grow long
aad curly. l's caution and don't get
proln where no hair Is wanted.
Mrs. D ; Those ugly hairs can be
quickiT banished from your face with
a pH'e made with powdered delatone
tad water. This paste should remain
on the hairy surface two or three
rrlnutes. then rub off and wash the
skin and every tracw of hair has van
Ished. The delntone treatment never
fails and leave, the skin free from
tpet or blemlfh.
Annette: The affliction of over-
frn. H i to lit detdored in nnv ace.
but it Is a positive calamity to a I
yout.c mid pretty woman to become '
tcy fat in these da when fashion '
'.vrres tho blender fgure tbe only !
rorreet oi.e. You can reduce your j
weight almct nt the t;- of a pound j
a day until you reach normal if you I
w ill dlcsidve four ounces of parflotis!
In o:;e :nid one-half pints of hot I Ftimu.aticg quldioe hair tonic to re
fers and tiiko a tab.ep.j!ifi:l before j move the dandruff, stop Irritation and
eheh You c:in buy parnotis from falling hair. Get from any drug store
any tirt-t i l.iHtt driuu ibi. It Is a harm-j one-half pint alcohol (cot whisk. )
Ies f;it d.dver,' and those w ho I u:)d one ounce qtitdzol:; and mix it
take it miirvel at its c-:d-iful ef-! with or.e half pint water and yon will
lect. 11 uriM'i' one aim irn
young r. bngbter. more buojant Hud:ci loose -caay preparea tonics youiw.. Highland additioa, J260.
c r.e: e t iC.
Kn !.: U : To be sure a face lotion
1s f. r bi tter 1 1. ;i n face H)d r. b:;t you
w ;i hae to be careful wtiat you u?e
ss mot "H'inid fa ponders" con
tain l.ij'.jric-s lngred;cir!s that
likely to ruin your complexion.
tins inexpenio've one whieh
riwht I)is!M:v finir onnces
mux in a b.tlf pint of witch hazel or
hot water and add two teaspoonfuls
g'.ycrrinn. Rib this ca your face,
neck and arm, and It will give your
skin u very pi. nuin?. d-iic tte ton
This lotion does nut ihow or rub off
like pond) r ir.d will remove that
hlr.y. fallow look from your skin.
This preparaito.i is a wonderful skin
beaut irlcr ai:J 1 f.id It excellent for
rouKh. rd or n luw skins, frecitles
and skin pimples.
Mrs. David O ; Tiie only reason
why n.aty hair and scslp speialU"s
advise against frequent shampooing
Is the dancer that com throui,-- -
use of soap and inferior shampoos
fcaTe a good reason for carrying the
pun. Matlock told the court that he
had been followed by six men and one
of them, after throwinr: a beer bottle
at him. came into his home and struck !
hira on ihe nead wlln aflqther bottle. ;
He then got the gua and said that if
as attar ked again, he would shoot.
I A fine of $100 was assessed against :
Will Bradshaw, a colored man who
was carrying a revolver.
! Lose Home and All To have their
I little home and practically ail its f ur-
ress Hopkins had allowed his insur
an"e to lappe. The fire was started
! y i rprk f'om a bonfire in the back
yard. The aged man has made Daven
port bis home for the la.;t haif century
and is well known to many residents
of the city.
Guilty of Bootlegging Evidences of
a bootlegging hoiue In the city were
unearthed yesterday in police court,!
when Mr. and Mrs. Leroy White were
arraigned cfl charges of selling liquor!
Illegally. After they had been ad-.
Judged guilty and sentenced to "0 days '
in the county jail, they wort; ordered.
to leave the ciTy within 4S hours after
the expiration of their genteuce.
Whites' residence. They investigated j
the stabbing and through this discov-
ered that liquor had been sold in the
house. The two Whites were arrested
and brought to the station and re-
which contain "free' alkali or other
ingredients injurious to the hair. If
your hair Ih thin, very dry or oily
atid looks so dull, "stringy" and un
kempt a few days after shampooing.
try c leansing with a teaspoonful -f
canthrox dissolved in a cup of hot
water, then rlnsln thorouchlv with
clear water. You can use this sham- !c 'r"iy the door shut to his
poo as often as you like, as it will i or usir,Pas-
beneflt your hair and sca:P wonderful-!, Mr'"d Mrs' Ueor Holland of Car-
ly It will relieve that itching sen-1 C lff spfnt SllIi(3a" with Mrs. Hoi-
s'atioa and make your hair beautiful, j la"8 n'othpr- M. Lambert.
fluffy and appear twice as thick. This! -Uss -,1'1'n JfTerty of Moline spent
shampoo dries quickly without any ,.he "'nd with Mrs. M. E. Mc-
danger of streaking or discoloration. J',
Lruma Kuehl visited with rela -
Miss H. L.; If you only knew what jtivr,3 ia I.oI!n?-
was In the cheap, greasy cold creams j '"'am Buhsart of Rock Is-
you have been IniearinK on your face. I Iand pl'enl Thursday at the home of
you would never use them again, as
they are really harmful. Never user"
anything but greaseless cream if you ' Jr"- Abi?al Cooksley and David Cox
don't w ant hair on your face. At a i 01 Vanilrufr's Island left Thursday for
small expense you can prepare an.'" ,,ork- eaturaay tney will sail
excellent comp.exlon cream jelly by j for New South Wales. "Where they
stirring together and allowing to stand .make an extended visit,
over night two teaspoonfuls glycerine ' Mlss Hannah Fitzpatrlck and Miss
one ounce almozota and one-half pint j Carrie Bowman of Rock Island visited
cold water. Use this regularly and it ' Sunday at the home of Miss Bowman's
will clear up your complexion won- j Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Bowman.
derfully by removing ali dirt and oiL
It will also remove quickly those
blackheads and other effects of hot
weather such . as freckles, tan and
1 rouirhness of the skin of which you
speak. This the caly reliable cream j
I have eTer found for removing wrln- !
klee without leaving the skin rough
and flabby after massaging and fori
reducing the elxe of large, dirt -col- '
letting porfS. j
Victoria: Yonr scalp needs a good, !
; n; iuulu urvi iuuh i mu
rr.ve peen ouying. Mrusn your nair
daily avid twice a week apply this
ion. c to the scalp, rubbing it in geTUiy.
This wl.l do wonders for your dull,
lifeless, a'.l.ng hair, and put your
fcalp in a healthy condition. This
j tonic will make yonr hair avft, silky
i and lustrous. Keep the scalp cleaa by
! frequent nhampoos with canthrox and
you win cot nave runner irouoie wiin
Fnld S.: Your headaches and gen
erally despondent feeling very likely
come from your weak. Inflamed eyes.
V. u bhou.d aueud to the matter im
mediately or yon may have to wear
glasses permanently. Get an ounce of
cryBtos and dissolve It In a pint of
j water. Put a few drops In each eye
j two or three tiroes a day and I am
j sure It w ill strengthen your eyes won-
j derfully and remove your eye troubles
, generally. I find this a eplendid rem-
f edy. It does not smart the eyes and Is
' fine for dulltired. sore eyes that have
j that over-worked feeling,
tained Attorney W. H. Petersen toj
Shooting Season- Ends The laet or.
the season's matches of the Davenport
Shooting association was held Sunday
afternoon at the Shooting park. The
weather being ideal induced a-good
attendance, and the shooting was up
to the usual standard. Two of the
main prizes were awarded to Lyons
marksmen, the prize on people's tar
get to H. E. Jarneyson on the phenom
enal score of 74 out of 73, and the first
cn man target, by W. A. Wilke, scoring
58 out of CO points. The match closed
th,- competition on the honor target,
the senior modal being won by Emil
Berg on a score of 445 out of 515
points, and the Junior medal by W. H.
Oosch on 443 out of the same possible.
T'je latter's performance was high
class, as it. was ocly two points be
hind cf that of the veteran. j
Obituary Record After a brief Ill
ness, John Hanagan, aged 50 years,
pasted away at 11 o'clock Sunday at
his borne, 410 East Eleventh street.
Deceased was born in Indiana In the
year 18C2, and came to Scott county
with his parents when tw-o years cf
age. The family settled on a farm
in WinQeld township, where they
lived until 1S4, then coming to Dav
enport, where they have since resid
ed. He is survived by three sisters,
Mrs. Klien Sheridan of Gambril, Iowa,
and the Misses Margaret and Mary
Hanagan at home.
William Hobart of Sherrard wa3 a
business caller in Milan.
Lawrence Brown returned Saturday
fro,n Peoria and Springfield.
Mrs. G. E. Hawkins of Rock Island
spent Thursday with friends in Milan.
Frank Young of Rock Island spent '
Sunday at the home of
1 1. . - .1
The Misses Dorothy Coyne and Mil-1 to the commissioners. September is
dred Riceof Rock Island spent Sunday ' usually a month that is marked by con
with Miss Coyne's sister, Mrs. Fred j Fidorable disease In communities where
fav'3- a foothold has been secured during the
Arthur Deman of Davenport was a j hot summer months. Yet, according
Milan business caller. i to Dr. Wessel's repcrt, there were but
Rev. Adam Dixon and family have : five cases of contagion in Moline dur
moved to Milan, where he will have j ing September, two of diphtheria, two
charge of the Milan Presbvterlan
Mrs. L. Williams visited Thursday
and Fiiday with Mrs. John Durman of
1 near Andalusia.
Mrs. Kniil Jennisrb of Milan was a
i Moline visitor.
One of Milan's most prosperous bus
iness men was denied the pleasure of
viewing the minstrel parade here last
' '" " ",t-"J - i
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Miss Maud Robertson of Rock Is
iana spent sunaav at th homo f i
Miss Anna Canty.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Milan
, "sovwnaii ciiurch met at the home
' J'rs- Joseph Collier of Sears Friday
afternoon. After the business meeting
refreshments were served.
'iss Catherine Hull is convalescent
r.ftrr nn illness.
Mrs. Myers and daughter, Mrs4 Mo
Laren. left Monday for Mrs. Myers'
home In Sparland, III.
DeJaeger to Lamber
j liorua - lel, outiot 8, section
j August Coene to Nathalie Roegiers,
; ;0t 11. clock 121, New Shops addition,
i East Moline, $1.
J Samuel F. Ferguson to Stella B
Erown, lot 14. block 4. Twenty first
j addition. Rock Island. II.
. peter Beardsley, by administrator.
to i erdinand Joeitele. et al lot l'
J block 13, Spencer and Case's addition.
Morton L. HI'l of Lecanon, Ind,
says: "My wife bad innammatory
rheumatism In every muscle and Joint;
ber suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
i recognition ; bad been in bed for six
j weeks and haj eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried Dr.
Detchoa's Relief for Rheumatism. It
j gave immediate relief and she was able
j to walk In three days I am sure It
! naved her life." Sold by Otto Crotjac.
j 1301 Second avenue. Rock Island, and
Gust Scblegel & Son. 220 Second
jstreet, Davenport. (Advertisement.)
Women Raise VH.25. Active mem
bers ef the newly organized Woman's
Progressive league of the city Satur
day were successful in raising $44.25
toward the campaign fund of the pro
gressive party. The sale of member
ship certificates brought in this sum,
half of which will be turned over to
the state and the other half to the na
tional committee to pay expenses of
the rousing campaign. Red bandanna
handkerchiefs will be ornamenting the
hats of. the many "bull moosers'' in a
day or two, and many will receive bills
and letters sealed with progressive
Insured in Tims. The information
was given out yesterday that Leonard
Strom, the carpenter who was killed
last week by a Rock Island train at
Thirteenth street had insured his life
for $1,000 and the policy went into ef
fect the day he was killed, at noon.
Mrs. Eowton Will Recover. Mrs.
Jennie M. Bowton, aged about 2'i
years and former Moline resident, will
recover from self-inflicted injuries. The
woman shot herself with a 22-calibre
revolver Saturday, the attempt to end
her life being made in her room in the
Nelson hotel, Roekford. where she had
registered Friday e ening. Mrs. Bow
! ton is now in the Roekford hospital,
and the physician in attendance has
said that the woman will be able to
leave the institution In a few days.
The bullet passed through the right
side of her body and a flesh wound
only was inflicted. No cause is ascrib
ed for the act.
No Contagious Disease. There Is
not a case of contagious disease preva
lent In the city of Moline at the pres
ent time . Assurance of this most grat
ifying condition is contained in the
monthly report of Dr. Perry Wessel,
ijcity physician, which was submitted
of typhoid fever and one of tuberculo
sis. This is a fine showing over the
state of affairs in September of 1911,
when IS rases were being watched by
the health authorities. The population
of the city was increased the number
of births recorded in September btnng
51. During the month there were 17
-" arte. jn me poll lauen
under direction of the Retail Mer-
, chants' association to gain an expres-
sion of the people on choice of a city
j ball site, 575 ballots were cast more
than had been expected. Sentiment
seems to be overwhelmingly in favor
cf erection of the $100,000 municipal
building on the site of the present hall,
1 Sixteenth street and Fourth avenue.
1 the vote being: For Sixteenth- street
j site, 393: Fifth avenue and Fourteenth"
.street site, 75; new site, 101. William
Carstens. secretary of the merchants'
association, with the assistnace of
' newspaper men. counted the ballots,
: He expresses the belief that the vote
Is truly representative of the wishes
of the people. Merchants insist that
the property owned by the city on
Fifth avenue, and selected by the com
missioners as the site on which the
new municipal building Fhall rise, is
not the likely one that carrying out
: Cif A MtilU inn
! fcW W I
Li:--o ItUQ for
Pimples? Ho, f lever I
"Good gracious, look at that! Did
you ever se surh a difference In a
fw hours! ZKMO Is certainly a mar
vel t there ever was oca." This U
what yen wi!l mt after ioor first trial
of the new remedy. ZEMQ.
Z.!0 is a clear liquid, you Just rub
il SSJVL -wl":." sipks rlht in' A"T
awiiuuuiji. yOU are agTounaea
o see every pimple, every blotch
eczema eorea. runi n,in a ri tvin
blackheadj, prickly beat and rash sim
ply ranUh. Prove It eooclulvely at a
coet of only a few cent.
You iKTtr paw anything In your life
act like Zt-'w'O on Inflamed or reddened
kin. acres, ccta or b raises, ani cn dan
SruJ. It make tLe sfcla feel florloas'y
fresh, too, eejxclaily tfter Shavian.
ZEMO Is w.Jd at dreg; tore la -cent
and $1 bo t ties, or sent direct, on re
ceipt of price, by E. W. P.oae Medicine
Co.. St. Louia. Mo. Just try a 25-cent
bottle first, and tten when you find out
wbet a wonder It Is. g'l a 11 jo bot
tle which contains six tiiasa as much
mm ice is-cem boiue.
ZEMO Is sold m Rock Island and
guaranteed by all druggists. .
Pure Vholesome Reliable
Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority un
questioned. Its use is a protection against
alum food. In buying baking powder ex
amine the label" carefully and be sure the
powder is made from cream of tartar.
Other kinds do not make the food healthful.
of present plans to build there would
retard development of Moline's busi
ness district on the south side of the
Obituary Record. Summons of death
came to Mrs. Liiah R. Dean of 2317
Fifteenth street Sunday forenoon. She
had been ill Bince last July with tuber
culosis. Miss Liiah Brown was born
in Clinton, Iowa, Nov. 1, 1SS9, and
when 14 "months old she lost her moth
er. Together with her father, she
moved to this city shortly thereafter,
and her home had been here since.
She was educated In the public schools
of this city, and on April 1, 1907, was
joined in marriage to Frank Dean. To
this union three children were born,
who, together with the husband, are
In sorrow as result of her demise. The
youngest boy, Edward, Is only 3 months
old. Dorothy Is 4 years of age and
James is 3. Mrs. Dean's father, Lee
Brown of this city, also survives.
Mrs. Willia Strathan and two chil
dren of Rock Island are visiting at
the George Grear home.
Clarence Bears was an Aledo pas
The Misses Ellen Chilen and Mar
tha Johnson of Preemption were visi
tors here Wednesday.
Ernest Sherrard was a Sherrard
Mrs. Frank Moline and Mrs. Rose
Angerer were Rock Island shoppers
John SackfleM was in Rock Island
Frank Halgh has returned home
from a visit with his parents In West
Mr. and Mrs. William Caddy of Ca
ble spent Wednesday here.
John Lawson was a Sherrard visitor
Archie Story was a bsulness- caller
In Rock Island Friday.
William Tomlinson of Cable was a
caller here Wjednesday.
Mrs. Art Bolander and Mrs. Arne
Jafvert were trl-clty visitors Thursday.
Mrs. Roberts has returned to her
home in Coal Valley after a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. Joe Wild.
Mrs. Vance Sherrard of Sherrard
spent Wednesday here.
Leon Tomlinson of Cable was a
John Lawson was In Sherrard Mon
day. John Boden, who bas conducted a
hotel and restaurant in Matbersville
for the past two years, bas rented the
same to Mr. Workheiser, who has al
ready taken possession of it. Mr.
Boden was one of the pioneer busi
ness men of Mathersvilfe.
William Inch of Cable visited here
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Neave and two
children and Frank Russell are in
Wisconsin, where Mr. Neave went to
act as Judge at the dog races.
Miss Mary Mclntyre of Gilchrist
visited here Monday.
John Jones and sot
son were Milan pas
Mrs. Frank Russell is visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whan and
daughter, Miliie, went to Sherrard
Saturday to 6ee Mrs. Whan's mother,
Mrs. John Grear, who is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. James Barnes and
two daughters spent Saturday in Rock
Carl Brooks was a trl-c!ty visitor
Miss Mary Smear, and William Pur-
vie, popular young people of Mathers-1
I ville, were married In Viola Wednee-i
i day. They were attended by Joe
Wrickson and Miss Mary Purvis. A
wedding supper was served at the'
groom's borne. The couple will make
their home in this place. Mr. Purvis
is employed by the Coal aVlley Min
Miss Ll'a Mae Nelson of Cable was
a visitor herte the latter part of the
Miss Ollle Trego visited Sunday at
her home la Sherrard.
Mrs. Tederman and son, Henry, of
Cable were Sunday visitors.
Arthur Johnson, John Adams and
Thomas Sterman were Rock Island
passengers Saturday. , -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson aad
son of Sherrard visited Sunday with
the former's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson and
baby of Cable were Sunday visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Means of Rock
Island visited Sunday at the Frank
Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Murrel spent
Sunday in Monmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shannon of Sil
via visited Saturday at the Pearco
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edgar and
baby visited Sunday In Rock Island.
John Robertson of New Windsor
was a visitor here Sunday.
W. J. Rhen visited Sunday at his
home In Alpha.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mofttt and
Mrs. Frank- Angerer were in Viola
Thomas McGaalg'e of Sherrard vis
ited here Saturday.
Mr. and MrsN James Pomeroy of
Moline were visitors at the Nimrick
Mrs. John Adams and daughter,
Mrs. John .Jones, were Viola visitors
DISEASED MEX WHO ARE WORKING EVERT
DAY, WHO ARB 'NOT SICK ICXOIGII TO BE I
BED, SHOtl u SOT WAIT L'BfTII. SICKXESS I.AYI
UJICM IV. T1ICY bllOU.D CONSH.T AT 0CE
AN HONEST DOCTOR
Who Will Render Them Hloh-Clase 8ervlce.
Thouaanda of young; and old men can look back at
their boyhood days or early muiitiouil with a alifh of
rrmorse. lil-OGl-l and CHIIONIC Dife lOAHF.S lap the
very lit and vitality of the victim. If you are a vic
tim of any chronic dlatane, connuit ua first. lon't
waate time or money experimenting; with patent md-l'-lnes
or common trratmenta. Our lurae om ta ar
equlipeil with ajl the latevt appliancea. including; the
X-ray. When you tr-at with u you are not expert- EXAMINATION
minted on, but we alert you rlirlit In with the sui KKKE.
treatment that has cured thousands of othera. The many y-ata' exper
1' nee in this specialty hti plu el t.a beyond the experimental ntnfs.
We arvraarullr treat Nervoui Debility, arlc-oae rlna, Enlaraed Hroa
tate, lirrra, tlorea, Mloool Hutaoa, lilney and fllaililer IJIaeaarai I'llea
aaa Itcctnl Dlaeaaeai lirart, i.uoaa. Catarrh, fMumocb and ( h route lilacaaeai
Ifir Vflll NEKVOUa and deapondent; weak or debilitated ; tired
A til" I 1 1 I mornlnga; n.j ambition llfelan; memory poor;
nils- IW Uy fallifued, excitable and trrl tnl,le; eye aunken. red
and blurred; pimples on face; reatleaa, haKKard-looklna;; weak back
bone paina; hatr loose; ulcera. eore throat; variroae vcmi; lack ot en
ergy and confidence? heek the -ounl and aid of an honeat dortdr of
this kind, who offera you a helping- hand. We will aid you to rlae above
your wrongdoing-, and make a man of yu. We orr-.r you hum-it, faith
ful aervlce. new, advanced treatment. -xp rt aktll and r'-nr.ona tiLu cliara:
ea. Patients from out of town need not remain here, but can return
home same day-
on account cf never havinfr received relief rlaewhcre, and they had al
most become ao akeptical as to think thre was no cure for them. Wa
want an opportunity to treat Jut auch men. and it makes no difference
how many have fi-l.ed to cure y,u. Come to us for an examlo.ttion any
way and It will not cot you a dollar. We will not accept p;iy for any
service unhaa we betieve your c axe curable, u don't healtate. If you
nave any diabases 'ar weakness peculiar to men, but come ut once, Uvei y
IhlnK strictly confldentlaL
COPENHAGEN MEN SPECIALISTS
til Vlftreattk S, flwr),
MOI.INE. I II..
ITours Open only on Wednes
days from z in the afternoon un
t.l 4 in the evening and Friday
evening 7 to S. and Sunday
mornlna-s. to 12. During- older
days call at Davenport office.
Your cough annoys you. Keep on,
hacking and tearing the dolloate mem
branes of your throat If you want to
be annoyed. But if you want relief,!
want to" be cured, take Chamberlaln'al
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists,,
. BROKE DOWN
Gives the Real Facts In Regard to
tier Case and Tells Kow She
Jonesboro, Ark. "I suffered a com-,
plete break down In health, some time
ago," writes Mrs. A. McQlll, from this'
place. "I was very weak and could
not do any work. I tried different'
remedies, but they did me no good. 1
One day, I got a bottle of Cardut. It)
did me so much good, I was surprisedj
and took some more.
Before I took Cardut. I had headache
and backache, and sometimes I would'
cry for Lours. Now I am over all that,
and can do all kinds of houaework. I
think It la the greatest medicine on
In the past fifty years, thousands of
ladies have written, like Mrs. McGlll.
to tell of the benefit received from
Such testimony, from earnest-women,
surely Indicates the great value of this
tonic remedy, for diseases peculiar to
women. Are you a sufferer? Yes?
Cardul Is the medicine you need.
We urge you to try It.
N. B h'ritt to : ldln' Advljory Dept.. 0ft. ;
ouc MedU Ine Co.. Chatinorii. Tnn.. (or Pprcittli
In'trvrlioni. nni b-pv book, "Home TrMUaeol!
tor Women," cnl In plain wraapcr. on is,uesb
N. W. Car. Foarth mmi Brady Streets,
Hour Every day, 9 a. m. to S p
m , except V.'euritaday. Wednesday
boon, Si to 11 only. Tuesday and Sat
urday evcnuiKa. 1 to S. Cioaed on