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THE AK&US. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER L3, 1900.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND A
can be purcnased or bagae
checked atK-L& P.Twentletb
street depot, or C. R. L s
deDOt. corner Fifth avenue and
xnirty-nrst street, trazucu numoer, Aiesi
I S4CT. WBBT.
Denver Limited 4 Omaha... t 3:10 am
Ft. Worth. Denver &K. C.'t 5:05 am
Minneapolis ,t V50 am
Omaha and Des Moines t 8:00 arc
tOmaha & Minneapolis ;tl2:05 am
rmaha A Lincoln Ex 7:55 am
Ies Moines & Oman a l 1 prr.
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha. , 8:06 am
Des Moines Exnress J12:1S m
Rock Island & Bureau Ac. i 4:30 pm
Et. Paul & Minneapolis. 3:0S am
Denver, Ft. Worth at K C. 5:00 am
iKan.sasClty..St.loe&Dnvr '11:10 pm
IftocK Island A Washington 11:50 pm
Chlcatro & lies Mou.es.... 2:15 pm
Rock Island it Hrooklyn Ac 5:35 pm
tOmaba & Rock Island... . 6:25 Dm
jCnicago, & Davenport t It 7:00 pm
Arrival. Departure. Daily, except San
IDaily except Bat arday. All others dally. Tel-
TfOCK ISLAND & PEORIA
"RaU way Depot First ave
nue -r.a Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
eave c K. L & y. (Mo-
line avenue depot five (5)
xrtnutes earlier than time
riven. E. L. Goff, Agent.
f LSAVS I 1KHIT
Bpr gceld, Cincinnati, Peo-i
Peoria, Springfield, St. L-i
Is, etc I am
Peoria Express 7:35 pm
Peoria, Springfield, Clncln-i
natl i 1:45 pm
Cafiie Accommodation 6:00 am
Cable & Sberrard Accora.
CaDle A Sherrard A com.. P:40 am
Cable A Sberrard Accom. . 3:30 pm
Trains marked dally; all other trains dally
ST. HA PL railway Ra
cine A Southwestern Division
Deoot Twentlerh street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
THAU'S. I i.un. I akhi v.
Ida!) and Kxpreas : ami li..) am
Bt. P:iul Ks press. 4 0-) pmj .55 pm
Freight and ancom 0 pm! IQrSO am
All 'rains d ;ill 7 except Sunday.
rjAVFKPOKT, ROCK ISL-
and A Northwestern rail
way c l be Tri City Route.")
Pssencer station at Rock
Island .t peir:a depot foot of
Twentieth street. I r. Ber
ry, ti. P. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City tffket office, 1mh
vaccina Avenue. Ocu. W
I LBAVS I AKUITI
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago.
Ci'ntnn. Chloairo, Omatia.
Denver. Kockford. J anes
vllle. Madison (leave Dav
enport Cl'nton. Cbtcat-o, I Mi on.
Sterling (r. I ver.prt.
Clinton. Omaha. Sioux City,
Utan and 1'aclMc Coast .
Cllnuin. bterllng, Dixon,
5 50 pm
Clinton. Chicago. Janes-!
vllle. Mjdis:n. Knot; ford. I
Clinton. Denver, Omaha,
Cedar Rap ds I
Trains marked 'dally. All others dally ex
Ti:;iLiNaTON rot'te c.
& Q. RAILWAY Depot
Kirs; avenue and SixieenU
M. J. YOUNG.
I. SAT S lAuuiva
Ht. L. Siir'n. tlelil. 1'eorla
liur. Qu!n. via Monmouth 0:65 am 7:15 pm
Chicago, storlir.g,ClotoLi& I
Duf) juo t 7:15 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria, i::aru. town, Iur i
Ungton. l:.-nver and west 2 40 pmU:58 am
nt. J'aui.v Minneano, m t nj pm, 815 am
bverllug. Cil'ilor. & Dubuque' 7:50 pm.t 8:40 am
bi. l.., khu 1;.. uenver &. 1
1'ao. coast via (lalesburg. 7:15 pm 86 am
Daily. tDaliy except Sunday.
Nothing Will Knock
Out Jack Frost
So rjiiicklj and cflTpotualiy as In-
liinri Block and Poeohontas.
Tht-v ignite quickly, do not
clinker, ivo pt-nctratin' heat
and are economical.
E. B. McKOWN.
Phono 1198, Fifteenth Btreot and
Best Dining Car Service.
Estate of Emma Siiv.s, deceased.
The undersigned hav.cg Dfca appotcted ad
ministrator of the estate of i-Imma sav . late
of the county of Rock I&lacd. state of LMloola.
deceased hereby gives notice that fce wtli j.
reir '.'"lore the county court of Koctf
::nd coui.ty. a; the coucty 0 urt room. !n the
city of Kock Isiasd. at tbe January term, on
tr.e Crst Monday In Januarr next, at whlcs
t-.tce aU persons having claims agatost said
es-.te are notified and requested tr attend, tot
the purpose of having the same adj jsted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to mate Immediate payment to tbe
Dated tteis Uth day of NoremSer. A. D. 1900
U'cvKUK K. R"Tn. Administrator.
Jack.9j9 & IIcbst, Attorneys.
Charles Bleuer. Sole Leases and Mgr.
Sunday, Nov 25.
HERE'S ONE YOU'VE NEVES SEEN."
"A BRASS MONKEY"
As liagare. A perfect comedy c:ist.
Clever comedians, pretty cirLs. new
muic. Hvt s funniest etiort.
Prices. s5?. fc and 75c. Sale of
seats at !(leu:r s lewelry store.
UtiotaTHt Direction Or Cmamacjlum KjmcttIcC
Sunday, Nov. 25.
ROSK MELVILLE IN-
The Postoral Comedy Hit.
Prices -so, 50c and 7c. Seats at
Ludolpb & Reynolds, Attorneys.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, t"
In the circuit court, in chancery. Partition
General No. 4SW.
ADdrew Wollenhaupt vs. George F. Wollen-
baupt, Mary wotlennaupt. Anna Wohischie
gel. Catherine Kunimaa and William Kuno.
Notice is hereby given that bv virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above en
titled cause, on the 1 :rs-. day of November,
A. D. lwiio. I shall, on Saturday, the First
day of December. A. D. li0. at the hourof two
o clock in the arternoon. at tbe Kaht door of
tbe Court House, in tbe city of Rock Island, in
s id county of !: Island, as directed bv said
decree, sell at public auction to the highest and
nest bidder tu n certain parcel or land, situate
Id the County of Hook Island and State of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wlt:
The F.st Thirty-eisht (3.) feet of Lot Four
lj in HIock Twenty i) of the old Town of
Rock Island, in the City of Rock Island, Coun
ty of Hock Island and State of Illinois.
Terms or ba'e: one third of tbe purchase
trice or said property .sn.-iit ne pain in cash,
one-third on or before nine months from the
date of sale and one-third on or before eight
een months from the date of sale, provided.
however, that the Dany purchasing at suob
ale may. If be so elects, pay the entire amount
n cash, deferred payments, if any. to hear in
terest at the rate uf mi (4) per cent per an
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Third day
01 isovemoer, a. u. iwwi.
tLWIN K. FARIIISTIB,
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County, 111.
I.I'HULPU .V: KBTNHUJS,
Winter Tourist Rates
& Peoria Ry.
Quickest time to St. Ixmis.
trains between the
TRI -CITIES AND PEORIA.
Three trains daily including
a fast eveniog train. For
particulars call on
11 I. & I. Agent or Address.
M. A. PATTERSON,
Geneial Passenger Agent.
Rock Island. III.
IN MAKING ARRANGE
MENTS To Go Soutl
This 'Winter address J.
C. Beam. Jr.. N. V. P. A.
Southern Railway, 225
Dearborn street, Chicago.
Is the greatest SOUTH
ERN SYSTEM. 6, 87
miles reaching the best
cities and resorts of. the
TKCYTASTE VERY jA
MUCH LIKE lOl TJ
THE LATE COMPOSER
London, Nov. 23. All who have
listened- witii delight to the tuneful
"Mikado" aud Pinafore," with oth?r
musical compositions from his pen. will
hear with real regret the news that
Sir Arthur Sul
llvan was sud-
moned to pass
the Toil yester
day at y a. in
He had been
suffering with a
cold, but was
supposed to be
e o n v a lescent
when, as he
with friends he
IB ABTHUB SCLLIVAM. f fi j j back ja
bed a dpfld man. That mysterious dis
ease called 'heart failure," which was
not suspected in his case, was the
means ehosen by the grim terror to
write finis on the book of Sir Arthur s
lie was Torn In London. May IS,
1S42. His father was a 'bandmaster,
and his whole early life and environ
ment was musical. The boy's father
was the first to teach hlui the elements
of music. Later he had the best In
strw-tlon obtainable in England, and
also on the continent. Hi light operas
made him famous, but he wrote other
compositions that are highly esteemed
ty music lovers:
CHARGED TO A CHICAGO THUG
Insanity of W. K. Melllrk. Vho Is a Cat
tle Kins; or Idaho.
New York, Nov. 23. V. F. Meilick
president f the National Bank of
Pocatello, Ida., and "cattle king" of
the Snake river, that state, is now a
raving lunatic, the result, it Is thought.
of being P.Tudbagged in Chicago a
week ago. He was taken to Morsls
town. N. J., heavily ironed yesterday
and was committed as a private pa
tient to the state hospital for the in
sane at Morris Plains.
Meilick bad been in Chicago sev
eral days, had sold his rattle and was
preparing to return to the Snake river
country. On the evening of Nov. 17.
with a large roll of bills, he started
out to visit th theaters. Late that
night he staggered Into the hotel
where he had leen staying and asked
for a loan of -S2 with which to pay
the cabman for brinzing him home.
The next morning Meilick drew a
check for Sl.0oo.cO0 and ordend a
$1,000 breakfast to be served by 100
waiters In his rooms.
Draws an Odious Comparison.
Washington. Nov. 23. Rev. Oliver
C. Miller, a chaplain voluntarily at
tached to the Fourth cavalry, who
served under Generals Bates. Voting
and Lawton. has just reported at th
war department, having been Invalided
home from the Philippines. He says
he knows of no city in tht United
States where there is so little crime
or where crime is followed so quickly
by punishment as in Manila. He adds
that he hits found a larger degree of
drunkenness aud immorality in the
cities of our home land than in the
cities of the Philippine archipelago.
Boosnvelt Is for Irrigation.
Chicago. Nov. 23. Vice Pres!dent
elect Theodore Roosevelt, in a letter
read last night before the National Ir
rigation congress, placed himself on
record as heartily in sympathy with
the aims of that organization. The
whole day was devoted to addresses
advocating irrigation from people who
are experts on the subject, as well as
Dairy anil Food Departments.
Milwaukee, Nov. '2'.i. Tli next con
vention of the National Association of
Stale Dairy and Food Departments of
the T'nited States will be held In Buf
falo instead of New York city. The
delegates got together again yester
day and took the above action In ac
cordance with an understanding of a
Will Increase the Army.
Pittsburg. Nov. 23. Senator Charles
TV. Fairbanks, of Indiana, who passed
through Pittsburg yesterday en route
to Washington, stated that the bill
providing for an increase in the regu
lar army would be passed shortly aft
er congress convened. The Increase,
he said, could not be less than 30,000
Officers of the Associated Press.
New York, Nov. 23. The Associated
Press yesterday elected fifteen direct
ors, who subsequently met and chose
th following officers: Frank H.
Noyes. Wjs.hinnton Staj .resident.
Stop it with Scott's emulsion
of cod-liver oil.
A little coucrhin'r is nothins?
the tickling, that makes you
coujrh once, is some dust; not
the least harm. You scratch
an itch, and forget it. This
cough is scratching an itch.
But the cough, that hangs on
and comes back, is the sign of
an itch that hangs on and
comes back. There is some
thing that makes that itch.
Inflammation: a germ per
haps: it's alive; like a seed in
moist warm ground; it will
grow if you let it, especially
Well tend too a little o try; if vna like.
M.OTT & BOWXE, 439 Pearl street. New Y01.
MelvilTe E". "Sfone, secretary ana gen
Sew Roman Catholic See.
Dubuque. la.. Nov. 23. It is an
thoritatively announced that Arch
biahop Keane has received .a papal
encyclical ordering the division of tht
Dubuque diocese, with a new see at
WHICH ONE DIED FIRST t "
Casa In Which That Is the Question Ba-
versedon an Appeal.
Chicago, Nov. 23. In reversing the
ruling of the lower court in regard to
the proper heirship to insurance money
when husband and wife die simultan
cously, the appellate court yesterday
passed on a. unique point. The ruling is
made in a case of involving the dis
posal of Insurance carried on the life
of Frederick II. Marty, who, with his
wife, perished in a fire which re-
stroyed their home in 1S9S.
Relatives on both the male and fe
male side of the house claimed the
money. The circuit court directed that
the money be paid to the wife's rela
tives, holding that the wife, being by
nature the weaker of the two. died
first. The upper court holds that there
is no way of determining which of the
two died first and directs that the in
surance money 'be paid to sisters of
LOSSES BY THE ST0BM3.
Tale of Death Abont Told In the Ronth
Damages in Colorado.
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 23. Tele
graph and telephone communication
with most of the places struck by
Tuesday afternoon's storm has been
restored, bnt the reports received thus
far indicate that so far as loss of life
is concerned nearly the full measure
of the disaster in Mississippi and
Tennessee has been told in the dis
patches. Colorado Springs. Colo.. Nov. 23.
The damage by yesterday's storm will
approximate SOO.OOO, and is due en
tirely to destruction by tbe wind.
Light wires nnd telegraph wires are
still strewn across the trolley wires
In many places and street railway
traffic will not be resumed until some
time later. No lives were lost iu the
Some Illinois School Statistics.
Springfield. Ills.. Nov. 23. The fol
lowing statistics for the year ended
June, 1000, are taken from the forth
coming biennial report of Superin
tendent of Public Instructions Bayliss:
Number of persons under 21 years of
age Males. 1,130,2."4: females, 1,140,
001. Children enumerated betw en
the ages 0 and 21 Males, S04.S57: fe
male. 7S4.03H. Pupils enrolled in
schools Males, 4SS.7.12: females, 47-V
120 Average daily attendance. 737,
507. Pupils, enrolled in private and
parochial school a. 143,496:
It Wm Mrratrhrd.
"Years ago in California," said B
western man, "an acquaintance of
mine was ou a stagecoach that a pair
of bandits went through. The 14 pas
sengers were all made to get out and
stand in a row. with their hands high
over their heads. Oue burly ruffian
stood guard over them with a double
barreled shotgun, while the other en
gaged in the pleasing task of relieving
thoiu of their valuables and spare
"My friend was nearest the man
with the shotgun. While the ceremo
nies were in progress his nose began to
itch, and Instinctively ho started to
lower one hand to scratch it. 'Hands
up, there!' came the stern order, and
his hand went automatically back Into
place. But that itching redoubled, and
again ho essayed the relieveful
" 'Say, what's the matter with you.
anyhow? demanded the highwayman.
'Are you wishful to become a lead
mine?' 'My nose itches so I can't
stand it any longer, tearfully explain
ed my friend. 'I simply have got to
scratch It.' 'No, you hain't, ungram
matically corrected the knight of the
road, 'cause I'll do It for you.'
"And with that he proceeded to
scratch the offending nasal organ with
the muzzle of his shotgun. You can
wager your shoes that that particular
nose stopped itching with great abrupt
A Cnrions Coincidence.
The letters ' O N" might be supposed
to possess a mysterious charm, as they
form the termination of many of the
most distinguished names In history.
No other letters of the alphabet will
furnish so remarkable a coincidence as
may be found in the following list
made up from ancient and modern
names: Aaron, Solomon, Agamemnon,
Solon. Bion, Phocion, Bacon, Newton,
Johnson, Addison, Crlchton, Torson,
Buflfon. Montfaucon, Tillotson, Fene
lon. Massillon, Warburton, Leighton,
Lytton. Walton, Anacreon, Ben Jon
son, Milton, Byron, Thomson. Tenny
son. Anson, Washington, Napoleon,
A Greek scholar has called attention
to a very curious coincidence about the
name of Napoleon. If you take away
the first letter of his name, you have
"apoleon;" take away the first letter of
that word, and you have "poleon;" do
this successively down to the last syl
lable, and you have "leon," "eon" and
"on." Put these several words togeth
er in this order. Napoleon on oleon leon
con apoleon poleon, and you have a
Greek phrase the literal translation of
which Is 'Napoleon, being the lion of
peoples, went about destroying cities."
Tennyson and Sightseers.
Tennyson's well known aversion to
sightseers and their ways gave rise to
many an odd experience. Once, it is
said, he complained to Queen Victoria,
saying that he could no longer stay in
the Isle of Wight owing to the tourists
who came to stare at him.
The queen, with a kindly Irony, said
that she herself did not suffer much
from that grievance. But Tennyson,
taking her literally, replied in the same
"No. madam," said he. "and if I could
clap a sentinel wherever I liked I
should not be troubled either."
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
The D., R. I. & N. W. Ry. will sell
homeseekers' excursion tickets to
points in Iowa. Nebraska, Colorado
Minnesota, the Dakotas, and other
points in northwest territory at pone
fare plus f 2. Tickets on sale the first
and third Tuesday in each month.
For particulars as to rates, time,
etc., inquire at city ticket office, 1803
Second avenue, or passenger station,
foot of Twentieth street.
Through, wide vestibule standard
coach between Rock Island and Chicago
via the D., R. I. & N. W". railroad and
the C. & N. W. railroad. The quickest
andbestdine. For particulars inquire at
city ticket office. 1803 Second avenne,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
Like Stanley and Livingstone, found
it harder to overcome malaria, fever
and ague, and typhoid disease germs
than savage cannibals; but thousands
have found that Electric Bitters is a
wonderful cure for all malarial dis
eases. If you have chills with fever,
aches in back of neck and head, and
tired, worn-out feeling, a trial will
convince you -of their merit. V. A.
Null, of Webb., 111., writes: "My
children suffered for more than a year
with chills and fever; then two bot
tles of Electric Bitters cured them."
Only 50 cents. Try them. Guaran
teed. Sold by Hartz & Ullemeycr,
To accommodate those who are par
tial to the use of atomizers in apply
ing liquids into the nasal passages for
catarrhal troubles, the proprietors
prepare Cream Balm in liquid form,
which will be known as Ely's Liquid
Cream Balm. Price including the
spraying tube is 75 cents. Druggists
or by mail. The liquid form em
bodies the medicinal properties of the
solid preparation. Cream Balm is
quickly absorbed by the membrane
and does not dry up the secretions,
but changes them to a natural and
healthy character. Ely Bros., 56
Warren street, N. Y.
Chronic Rheumatism Cared.
Dr. II. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., says: "For several months
after spraining my ankle I was severe
ly afflicted with rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon's Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism, and in four days could walk
without my cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mys
tic Cure to all who are alfiicted with
rheumatism." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue, Rock Island;
Gustave Schlegel & Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
Chicago Grain and Prednea.
Chicago, Nov. 22.
Followlnp were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today-
Wheat Oren. Hig-h. Low. Close.
November ...$ .71 $ .71 t -71 J -71A
December ... .71 Vfc .714 .71 .71
Jiuary 72V .72V .71 .72 U
November ... .45 .47 .44 .4TV2
December ... .S6 -Sfi, .357 .3
May 36- .264 .36 .36Va
November ... .21 21
December ... .21"s .22 .21", .21
May 24 .24'., .24 .24
November January ..
11. SO 11.70 U.77i,
11.77'i 11.774 11.73
November . ,
. . 6.85
7.12V4 7.10 7.12
6.97V 6.93 6.95
6.83 6.82Vs 6.85
6.30 6.25 6.30
6.32Vi 6.27',i 6.32Va
November ... 7. 75
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
23c per lb; extra dairy. 19'3:21c: pack
in k stock. 12,.iQ13c. Kgxa Fresh stock.
2223c per dozen. Live Poultry
Young turkeys, fc.(&9V4c per lb; chickens,
hens. 67c: ducks, S8Vac; gere,
J5.OOI&7.00 per dozen. Potatoes Fair to
choice, 33&43c per bu. Apples J1.50&
4.00 rT brl. Cranberries Cape Cod,
$6.507.00 per brl; bell and bugle, J7.30.
Chicago Live Stock.
Hrgs Estimated receipts for the day,
42,000; pales ranged at J4.25ST4.80 for
pies. $4. 60(4. S7Vi for light. J4.554.67Mi
for rough packing, J4.60&4.95 for miXv.d,
and $4.70(&4.921 for heavy packing and
shipping lots, with the bulk of the sales
Cattle Estimated receipts for ths
day. 13,000; quotations r.nged at $5,550
5.90 for choice to extra, steers, $5.45iy
5.60 good to choice do.. J4.90ji5.35 fair
good do.. $4.f0fg:4.95 common to medi
um do., $4.3."!Er4.60 butchers' eteem $4.80
5.65 fed western steers, $2.50i?24.60 stor, -ers
and feeders. $1. 7524. 25 cows, $2.75
4.70 heifers, $2. 5014. 5 bulls and oxv..,
IM.nnffi 4.S0 stags, $3.204.00 Texas stew.
$.75Si4 J0 grass westerns, and $4.50a
6.00 veal calve?.
Hheep and Lambs Estimated re
ceipts for the day. 14,600; quotations
ranged at $a.254 .30 westerns, $2.50
4.C.". natives. $4.23?5.20 western lambs,
and $4 OOIffo.45 native lambs.
Milwaukee, Nov. 22.
Wheat Firm: No. 1 northern, 76c;
No. 2 northern, 71,,-i'fr73,,4c. Rye Steady:
No. 1. 49'&49Uc. Barley Steady: No. i.
59fj50c; sample. 45'5ic. Oats Steady;
No. 2 white, 25-(:26c:
Corn New, 3-40c.
Hay Timothy, 111; prairie, 18.
Straw to. 00.
Coal -13 00 per ton.
Butter Choice to fair, 29c; fresh creamery,
Hens 0c per pound.
Spring chickens, ft'ic per pound.
CatUe Butchers pay for com fed steers.
mc5 c; cows and heifers 3cQ4c; calves, 40
Hogs 41- 5' 'itH 75.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tha Kind Yon Have Always Bfl.ght
Sign tax of
Our Annual Thanksgiving Sale of
CLOAKS AND MILLINERY!
To reduce the stock.
A saving of 15 to 33 per
The largest, leading and
Lowest priced, Cloak and
Millinery store in the
Tri-Cities, occupying 6,000
Square feet of
114-116 West Second Street,
WE CURE WHEN
of Both Sexes.
Our Eleotrlo Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and Z-Rsy work.
NERVOUS DEBILITT, Exhaustive drains, Sleqp.essness, Threatened Insan.
Ity, Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any otter oondlllon due to nervous exhaustion
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvei
and Skin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of modi
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with other when we guarantee you a permanent our In seven days by oar pslnlss
methods. Hydrocele eured In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult as. We
have cured many cases given upas hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surgical
operations performed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore- you cannot
afford to place your case In the hands of those who have had little or no practical exper
ience In the treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as surgeon-ln-chief
of St. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he has cured hundreds who
were pronounced Incurable by others during tne five years he has been located In Daven
port, proves conclusively that he la the physician you should consult If you want to gel
Best of referenoe and credentials
Only Curable Cases Taken. asKKSwS:
Hoars, 0 to IS a. m., S to 0 and TtoRp.m, Bandar lliSO to liSO p. as.
Office 1241 West Third Street M'Cullouf-h Building, Davenport, la.
J. r. ROBIW80W, President L. S. McCabb vice President. H E. Caitbsl, Cashier
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
L. S. McCabe, E. D. Sweeney,
J. F. Robinson, Henry W. Tremann,
H. E. Caeteel. H. D. Mack,
Sweeney Walker, Solicitors,
C. J. Lark in,
James J. La Valla,
MOItST LOAHD OW PKKS0VAL, COLLATERAL OB RIAL ESTATE SECUEITT.
Open dally 9 a. m. to 3 p. r. Saturdays 7 to 8 p. m.
Office in Rock Island National Bank Building.
JOHaT U. PAXIDOBT.
PAIDON 5c SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Ptpcr Hangers, CJcl miner, Etc
Shop 413 SsTsateenth St. Book XslAkd
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DR. 3. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago, e-Burgeon-ln-
Chief of Bt.
L. D. Mudge
Louis A. Sahmld
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