Newspaper Page Text
THE AUGKUS. MONDA1T. FEBETJAI1T 11, 1901,
THE TRAVELERS ' GUIDE
, r'HlOAQO, ROOKISI.AND
y Pacido Kaaway Tickets
can Do purruasea or ih
cheesed at R. I. P. Twentieth
street depot, or C, B. I. A P.
' ucyvi GVf uci a i mj e v vuu v eu
-tt-y-nrst street. FrtUH Plnmmer, Agent
TVinver Umlved tOmalit...
S ill M.TT.
n an m.m
V. Worth, Denver tK0.,
Omtbt nd Des Moines
Oaafca St Lincoln t-x
Des Moiaes & Omaha
Denver, Lincoln St Omaha.
Des Molnea Express
Rsek Island St Bureau Ac.
ht. Paul St Minneapolis.....
Denver, Ft. Worth St K C.
tKaosas Cliy.St Joe ADnvr
trtook Inland & Washington
ObieaKO A Des Moines...
Rock Island St Brooklyn Ac
tOmana Rock Island
Chicago, it Davenport.
It 6:06 am
t B:10 am
t 3:06 am
T o:a am
t 0:06 pm
T o:au am
t 2:15 pm
t 8:fi0 pm
t 7:40 am
t 7:00 pa
Arrival, t Departure. tDally, except Sun
IDaUy except Saturday. All others dally. Te
TJOCK ISLAND PEORIA
"Railway Depot First are
Cue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Piwen-
frer Agent. Passenger trains
eave C, R. L St P. (Mo
Una avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. El I. Goff, Agent.
Epr gneld, Cincinnati, Peo-j
Peoria, Springfield, St I
Peoria, Springfield, Cincin
nati Gable Accommodation.....
Cable Sherrard AO com. .
Cable St Sherrard Aceom..
8 05 am
7 ad pm
Trains marked dally; all other trains dally
nVTwpriTtT. prvr-ir tst
and St Northwestern rail
way "The Tri-Clty Route.")
Island- Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. F. Ber
ry, u. . a., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, 1804
SIMnia Wood. Agent.
I LMTI I ABBIVS
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago.) 7:15 anr
Clinton, Chicago, Omaha,;.
Denver, Rockford, Janes-1
vlUe, Madison 11;50 am
uunton. umnna.. cedar
Rapids. A nam O)-a.
Cllnton,Omaha, Sioux City,
Utah and Pacific Coast..
Clinton, Sterling, Dixon,
Clinton. Chicago, Janes-
vlile, Madison, Rockford.
Clinton, Denver, Omaha,
Trains marked dally. All others dally ex
TTJRLlNGTON ROUTE C.
B. St Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenne and Sixteenth
M. J. YOTJNO,
I LSAVS. ABBIVS.
8t. L. Springfield, Peoria.l I
Bur. Quin. via Monmouth 6:55 am 7:15 pm
Peoria, Beards town. Bur
llngton, Denver and west
Bt. Paul St Minneapolis
Sterling, Clinton & Dubuque
St. Lk, Kans C, Denver St
Pao. noast via Galesburar.
t 7:45 am
t z:40 pm
t 8:40 pm
t 8:40 am
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
VST. PAUL raUway Ra
clne St Southwestern Division
Depot Twentierh street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
lit ".'-nrL l
TBAIWB. LSAVB. AKBIVS.
Mall and Express 7:30 am 11:30 am
St. Paul Express. 4:00 pm p:55 pm
Freight and aceom 6:20 pm 10:30 am
All trains dally except Sunday.
m I IT -jafcll If Mlrt awhMliI lamJwasHlawiM liaaWirl
SEVEN THROUGH TRAINS
Every Week Day f rem
TRI-CITIES TO CHICAGO
(Six Trains on Sunday) vie
BEST DINING CAR SERVICE
PULLT1AN SLEEPERS O.N NIOHT TRAINS
Parlor Car on the Chicago Limited
For reservations, rates, and full Inforjnation,
call on or address. Ticket Agent, Davenport,
la.. Rock Island or rioline. III.
t. r. RoBivsosT, President L. D Mcdgb, vioe President. B. F. Castssx, Caahler
Gentral Tragi; and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Steele, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
n, Trait Department. '
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
Which is kept entirely separate from tbe banking business of the company
we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardian
' and conservator of estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent for
non-residents, women, invalids and others.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Hock Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the- jfjk' Four Per Cent Paid on
State Law. Sv. Deposits. . - ;
OH PXKSOVAI, COZXATXRAX. OX RCAX EsTATI SZCUXITT.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubauph, Vice Prestdeat.
P. Greenawait, Caahler,
an business Jclyt, IPS), and occupied
B. E. corner of MltoUeU
new building. .
M ARPER'S THEATRE.
1 " . Charles Bleuer. Sole Lessee and Mgr.
ONE NIGHT. - '
Thurdsay, Feb. 14.
Enti-e New Company.
HI HENRY'S BIG PROGRESSIVE
Poltlely Isrg'st In th woild -50 all white
st&is Kntire charge - 6 nodem comediaas
Everything new 13 cultivated singer
Comic songs Latest ballad Grand char
one 14 New York vaudeviles 8ptfcil
train of fir est snow card In the wor'd
Watch for the grand automobile parade at
neon Hear our great band of 40 members
When you see a good show make a note of
Peats now on tale at Bleuer's jewelry
store. Prices &, 50c anu Too.
Thursday. Feb. 14.
Prof. French the Sketch Artist.
Prof. French Is the director of the Chi
cago Art Institute and w li make car
t tons, sketches and valentines to or
der to illustrate his lecture.
REMEMBER ST. VALENTINE S DAY.
Tickets at Harper house pharmacy.
CHAS. E, HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - Chicago, IT.
Onion Ins. Co. Philadelphia, Pp.
tsocKiora ins. c-o. - - KocWord, 111
Security-Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn,
Ins. Co. State of I1L, - Bockford, HI
Office, Room 8. Buford block. Rates
as low as oonsistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
be old flra and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Bates as low as in
ean afford. Your
GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
Rochester German Ir s Cla-
.Rochester, N T
.... Buffalo, m T
....... .. .Philadelphia
- Peoria, I
Manchester, if B
Him ... -2Tew xoxs
Buffalo Germ as '
New Hampshire "
fidelity and Casualty
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate ofJohn Powell, deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the un
dersifmed. WillUm H Kistler. has this dav filed
his nnsl report and settlement as such In the
county c urt of Bock Island county, and that
an order has been entered hv uid
proving the said report, unless objections
ueicif r cwh to iuk oonirary do shown on
or before the 2nd day of March, A. D. 1901,
and upon the UnaJ approval of said report
the said William H. KisUer will ask for an or
der of distribution and will also ask to be dis
charged. All persons Interested are notified
Rock island. CI., Feb. 2. 1001.
William II. Kistljsb, Administrator.
H. 8. Cab'.e, Wm, Wtlme
' John Crubaugh, Phil Mitch .
H. P. Hull, I. Simon,
E. W. Burst, i. M. Buforf
Bollol (ore Jackson and Hurst.'
GIVEN NOTICE TO 0OIT
Mrs. Nation's Propaganda Has
Stp.rtHng Results for the Tan
. glefoot Dispenser.
BALOOHISI'S MUST LEAVE TOPEKA
Friday Next at Noon Fixed as the
Time for Their Sup
pression. Topeka, Kan., Feb. 11. Three thou
sand male citizens of Topeka, in mass
meeting here yesterday, decided that
the numerous "joints" of the city must
close their places. They issued an ul
timatum giving the Jolntlsts until Fri
day next at 12 o'clock noon to quit
business. If this is not done warning
was given that 1,000 armed men would
immediately more on the joints and
remove them by force. Yesterday's
action is the result of the crusade
started in Topeka less than ten days
ajo by Mrs. Carrie Nation. The meet
lng yesterday was a remarkable one
in every respect, it was called by a
committee of the Law Enforcement
League, and was attended by nearly
nil the prominent business men of the
city. There was a feeling of intense
earnestness pervading the meetin;
Conservative men, who have hitherto
advocated moderation in the dealings
with the lawless element, insisted in
unmistakable terms that tbe time had
come when patience had ceased to be
a virtue, and that the people of To
peka should take the law in their own
Worked Vp a High Enthusiasm.
Rev. F. W. Emerson, pastor of the
First Christian church of Topeka, who
aided Mrs. Nation in her saloon-smashing
here last week, opened the meet
ing with prayer. After a few short,
snappy addresses, which worked up
the audience to a high degree of en
thusiasm, an ultimatum was proposed
and passed amid the loudest cheering.
The ultimatum commanded the offi
cers of the city and county to perform
their duty regarding the closing of the
joints. The officers were warned that
they had waited long. enough. The
property owners in whose premises the
"joints" are kept were also warned in
unmistakable terms that they had bet
ter abate the nuisance at once, or the
people of Topeka would not be re
sponsible for the damage that might
ensue to the buildings.
Scene of the Wildest Excitement.
When the reader of the ultimatum
reached the . part pertaining to the
"jolntlsts," there was a hush of ex
pectation, as there had for several days
been rumors that some important dec
larations were to be made. The words
of condemnation and warning brought
forth murmurs of approval that gained
strength with each minute, finally
sweeping over the entire audience and
culminating In the wildest enthuslsm.
As the reader finished and submitted
the ultimatum to the approval of the
audience old men and conservative
ministers ,of the gospel leaped to their
seats in their enthusiasm and waved
handkerchiefs, gesticulated and
cheered to the echo. The cheering
lasted for several minutes. There seems
to be no question that the next few
days in Topeka will see interesting de
velopments, possibly bloodshed.
Creator Does Things Unlawfully. '
During the speaking Dr. J. T. Mac-
Farland said that Providence had a
faculty of doing things in an uncon
stitutional way. Some of His great
est surprises; came at times when they
weTe least looked for. Chief of Po
lice Stahl made an address. He said
the law could be enforced if tbe entire
police machinery of the city would
work in unison with him. Tbe audi
ence, amid many cheers, adopted a
resolution demanding that the city
council at its next meeting confirm the
renomlnaUon of Stahl for chief of po
MOB TO EXECUTE THE LAW.
Seems To Be the Way It Is In Kansas Sa
loons shot Vp.
Topeka, Kan., Feb. 11. Holton,
Kan., was purged of its joints Satur
day. The purging process was accom
plished by a mob of at least 1,000
which took the law into its own hands.
Three joints were put out of business
and Holton is a dry town for the first
time in fifteen years. The citizens of
Holton held a meeting and decided
that the joints must be closed at once.
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock they
met at the M. E. church, and after
some evangelistic exercises they start
ed Cut to do their work. There were
a number of officers in the crowd, and
they led the way to the first joint,
which has been kept for years by a
woman named Hicks, on the south
side of the public square.
The mob broke down the doors and
took out all the liquor, emptying it into
the street. It then broke up all the
fixtures in true Mrs. Nation style, not
leaving a whole thing that could be
used; in tbe joint business. The pro
prietress of the joiut tried to leave, but
the crowd refused to let her. When
the demolition of the Hicks joint was
completed the crowd started to do the
same with the other joints, nine in
number. The proprietors of these
joints, by working very hard, managed
to turn out all their liquor by the time
the crowd reached their places of "busi
ness and nearly had the fixtures moved
out. They pleaded earnestly to be al
lowed to keep the fixtures and prom
lsed on their oaths never again to 6ell
a drop of liquor in Holton.
The citizens decided to give the re
maining jolntlsts a few hours in which
to leave the town.- Lawyers, newspa
permen, and business men helped to
swell the mob, which was composed of
some of the very best people of Holton.
After the smashing had been completed
he guardians of the law went to the
Methodist church and had a thanks
giving service over the successful re
sult of their work. Saturday night a
meetingwas held in Holton and a visril-
Tin Kind Yen Haw Alwars Bfliijli
nce fc6mroltteew'aa organized to eee
that a joint never again .would have a
chance to do business there, - .
THE NATION IN HAWKETE STATE.
Her Prog-rasa Attended by Regular Politi
cal Spell-Binder Scenes. -
Des Moines, la., Feb. 11. Mrs. Na
tion's lour through the western part
of the state Saturday forenoon took
on a new feature and was In a sense
a triumphal one to the Kansas saloon -smasher.
She made a dozen addresses
from the platform of a Rock Island
passenger train to as many crowds in
tbe towns she passed through to coma
to Des Moines to deliver a lecture. Iu
the afternoon she visited four saloons,
doing no damage, but drawing such a
l)ig crowd on the street that the police
were compelled to stop the crusade. Iu
the evening she addressed 2.000 people
in the l. M. C. A. auditorium
Atlantic was the first town where
people swarmed to the train, and as
Mrs. Nation saw them coming down the
aisle she cr ied out, jubilantly: "Hello,
boys; glad to ee you; shake hands;
God bless the boys and the j'oung men.
I tell you I just love you all." The
nrst large crowd of the day was en
countered at Anita, where Mrs. Nation
was roused, a window opened, and
Hands clutched through the aperture
At Acton the same sort of scenes
were enacted, and at the latter place
there being a number of children she
advised them to fill their pockets with
"rocks and smash saloons.
At Valley Junction fully 1100 laboring
men were present, many of them rail
road hands employed in the Rock Isl
and shops. There Mrs. Nation shook
bauds With everybody within reach,
especially the small boys, and then
singled out a red-nosed countenanced
man as her victim. "There's a man
thafeneeds a saloon-smasher, all right;
I can tell him by his looks. , Come up
here, my friend, and shake hands with
Carrie Nation; don't be afraid."
The crowd roared, but the man sim
ply reddened in the face and refused
to budge. "Youareone of thesmashed,"
cried Mrs. Nation. "I guess I'll have
to go out there after you." But she
"We've got a couple of joints here in
town," cried another man. "Smash
'em, smash 'em," cried Mrs. Nation
Turning tothosenearest her she called
"Fill your pockets with rocks and
smasli the hell-joints. Don't be afraid;
God will take care of you."
At Des Moines there were fully 5,-000-
people cheering and yelling at the
station when the train pulled In. As
Mrs. Nation walked out of the car and
got a gliiapse of the vast throng she
broke loose in childish glee, sayiug:
"Just look at it; just look at the dears;
may God bless every one."
Her Chicago Date Canceled.
Chicago, Feb. 11. The Press club,
of Chicago, has been forced by public
sentiment to abandon its plan to have
Mrs. Carrie Nation, the Kansas saloon
smasher, appear at the Auditorium
next Tuesday night. "Vigorous oppo
sition" to the scheme and Indications
of a "financial failure" are given as
reasons for canceling Mrs. Nation's en
gagement. She will come here -anyhow,
and speak In the Woman's Tem
ple building for the W. C. T. U.
Rev. Sheldon Has a Different Idea.
Topeka, K9n.. Feb. 11. Rev. C M.
Sheldon, author of "In His Steps."
preached a sermon yesterday in which
he disagreed with the methods about
to be undertaken by the citizens of
Topeka to rid the town of "joints."
Rev. Sheldon said the responsibility
should be laid on the individual and
that the officers should be forced to do
SCALE IS A FIXED FACT
Joint Conference Agrees to the Commit-
tee's Arraognment at Colmnbm.
Columbus, O., Feb. 11. The fourth
annual interstate joint conference of
operators and miners closed -Saturday.
The result of the meeting was the re
affirmation of the old scale, with min
or differences to be left to the various
state organizations. The next meeting
will be held in Indianapolis on Jan.
The miners held a separate meeting
In the morning, with President John
Mitchell in the chair. He favored the
adoption of the old scale. Vice Presi
dent Tom Lewis followed in a similar
strain. -On the final vote on the adop
tion of last years scale but three min
ers voted against the report favoring
that scale. and they were all from the
Wilmington district in Illinois. Tbe
joint session of the miners and opera
tors followed, and the action was
Eire Results In Two Deaths.
Boston, Feb. 11: Three persons
dead, four others badly injured and a
loss of $2,500 is the summary of
damage caused by a fire that occurred
In a four-story brick dwelling on Har
rison avenne early yesterday morning.
The dead are: Nora Hart, 5 years old.
killed by jumping from a second story
window; Mrs. Frances Riley, a widow.
suffocated by smoke; Mrs. Matilda
Barry, widow, fatally burned.
Jacobites Hans; Up a Protest. .
London, Feb. 11. Tbe Daily Mall
makes the following statement: "A
notice declaring Edward VII a usurper
and Mary IV the rightful queen was
pot-ited on the gates of St. James pal
ace and at the Guild Hall on the night
Queen Victoria died. It was not signed
and no one saw it posted at either
place, but was done by a member of
the Jacobnte League.
No Objection to President MeKtnley.
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 11. Camp W:
J. Hardee. United Confederate Vet
erans, has adopted resolutions declar
ing that the invitation extended Presi
dent McKinley to attend the annual
reunion in Memphis this spring was
one of eminently good taste and that
criticism of the act was unjustifiable
and should be condemned.
Teetotal Bill in Congress.
Washington, Feb. 11. Representa
tive Small, of North Carolina, has In
troduced a bill to prohibit the sale or
manufacture of intoxicating liquors
made under the authority of the Unit
ed States in states where the same is
prohibited by the laws of the said
s Only Seventeen I vves Lot.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 11. Official ad
vices from the government of Baku,
the scene, of the recent naphtha fires,
say that the total loss of life was sev
enteen, andvhat the loss of property
3y 01 not exceed. i,pop,O0O' roubles.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Feb. 19 V) 26 the C, B. & Q rail
way company will have on sale great
ly reduced -rate tickets to California
and other points.
$30 to common points in California
Also to Portland, Ore., via the C, R
I. & P. rail wev Toesdav. Feb 1-2. and
j every Tuesday following until April
liomeseekers1 tickets to the north,
west and southwest the first and third
Tuesdays in the month via C, R. I. &
$27. SO to New Orleans and return
Feb. 11 to 17 via R. I. & P. railway,
account Mardi Gras. New service and
The Burlington will have on sale
tickets to New Orleans and return,
acconnt Mardi Gras, Feb. 11 to 17 in
clusive, at 127.30. by all direct routes.
Tickets good returning until March 7.
The Burlington . will have on sale
January 1st and 15th, and February
5th and 19th, home seekers excursion
tickets at one fare plus two dollars
($2) for the round ttip to varions
points in the north, sonth and west.
Thirty dollars to California. Tues
days, leb. 12, 19 and 26, and March
5, 12, 19 and 26, the D., R. I & N. W.
railway will sell tickets to points in
California, Oregon and Washington at
$S0. For particulars as to train ser
vice, etc., inquire at passenger station
at the foot of Twentieth street or city
ticket office, 1803 Second avenne.
Phone 1040. -
One fare plus $2. Tuesdays, Feb.
19, and March 5 and 19, the D.. R. I.
& N. W. railway will sell homeseek
ers' round trip tickets to various
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado,
South Dakota and points in the north
west at one fare plus f 2. For partic
lars inquire at passenger station, foot
of Twentieth street or city ticket of
fice, 1S03 Second avenne. Phone 1040.
Mardi Gras, New Or.eans and Mo
bile, Feb. 14 to 19, Queen & Crescent
route. Only 24 hours from Cincin
nati to New" Orleans. Only 23 hours
from Cincinnati to Mobile. 89 miles,
shortest line. One fare for the round
trip. Tickets on sale Feb. 12 to 18,
good to return till March 7. Pullman
palace drawing room sleeping cars
from Cincinnati to New Orleans, and
from Chattanooga to Mobile. Con
nections at Cincinnati with all trains
from tho north, east and west. The
finest trains in the south are run via
the Q. & C. Ask your agent for in
formation, or address W. J. Murphy,
general manager, or W. C. Rinearson,
general passenger agent, Cincinnati,
A POOR BREAKFAST.
Very Few People Eat a Qood Breakfast'
"All I want fer breakfast is a roll
and a cup of coffee."
This remark is heard not only in
hotels, restaurants and lunch rooms.
but it is the usual breakfast order in
the home circle as well. After a 12
hours1 fast it would seem that the
first meal of the day should be a
hearty, substantial one. and if we all
lived natural, unartihcial lives, it
would be so, but none of us do, henee
breakfast is a mere pretence.
Says a latter day philosopher: "Dur
ing many years of active business life.
I never remember having eaten a good
substantial breakfast, but supposed
it was of no importance until 1 began
to lose my appetite for lunch and
My physician told me I was a vic
tim of nervous dyspepsia and must
take rest and recreation, as no medi
cine would reach the trouble, but this
advice I could not follow, as my busi
ness affairs would not permit it, and
to get relief I resorted io medicines
and perscriptions, and it was purely
accidental that I hit upon one remedy
which did the business. While in a
drug store one evening I noticed a
number of people buying Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets, a widely adver
tised preparation for stomach trou
bles, and the force of example was too
much for me ana i bought a oo-cent
"i took a tablet or two alter each
meal, and in a week my appetite
picked up, I began to feel my old am
bition for work returning and could
eat a good breakfast beaause l wanted
it, and from that time to this, I take
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets as regu
larly as 1 take my meals, not because
I now hve any trouble with my stom
ach, but because I don't want to have.
A 50-cent box .of Stuart's Tablets
will last me a month and keep my
digestion in good order, and I know
of no better investment a business
man can make.11
1 For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Like bad dollars, all counterfeits of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth
less. The original quickly cures piles,
sores and all skin diseases. B. II.
Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
CASTOR I A
' For Infants and Children.
Till Kind Yea HaY3 A!v;2js Esugfei
The nervous system is the fountain from which flows the very
essence of life. The strength of the muscles, the impalses of the
heart, the motion of the blood and tho power of the brain are .
derived from the nerves. "When overwork, worry, sickness, strain,
anxiety, loss of sleep or' improper diet have worn out the nervous
strength the whole body suffers. Headache, lost appetite, nerv
ousness, irritability of temper, insomnia, depression of spirits and
general weakness and debility follow. .There is a new life, new
strength and restored health for those who seek relief in the right
way. Dr. Miles' Nervine offers the quickest, surest and best ;
relief for a worn-out nervous system. Try it.
"I was so nervous and worn-out from long sickness 1
' that I could not sleep. Tbe least noise would almost !
drive me crazy and I was so fidgety that I could not ba
quiet. I had wasted away dreadfully, but after I com
menced taking Dr. Miles Nervine I slept soundly, my
' nerves grew steady and I gained sixty pounds in a few
months." Mks. A. R. Mobkbll, Areola, Ills.
soothes the tired brain, quiets nervou3 irritation, stimu
lates the digestion, brings sweet, refreshing sleep, and
puts new life and vigor into the whole system
Sold by druggists on a guarantee. Da. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Our Kleotrle Machine for
tbe treatment of Nervous
and X-Ray work. .
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Insan
Ity, Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other oondltlon due to nervous exhaustion
positively cured. ' . . , , , . , ,
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Live
ana Skin Diseases ean be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of med I
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
Kontha with others when we guarantee you a permanent cure In seven days by our palsies
methods. Hydrocele cured In three (lays no pain. ...
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. Wa
have cured many cases given up "as 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
aSord to place your ease 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-In-
ehiefof St. Anthony's Hospital together wl.b the fact that he has cured hundreds who
were pronounced Incurable by otuers during tne five years he has been located in Daven
port, proves conclusively that be la the physician you should consult U you want to get
Best of referenoe and credential
Only Curable Cases Taken. geTcurVdty
Honrs, 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to S and 7 to 8 p. m. Sunday 11:80 to 1:30 p. sa.
Office 124 West Third Street M'CuUongh Building, Davenport, la.
eauty is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and care-
ful and skilled help their laundry work
Is the best that Is turned out in this vicin
ity. Their services is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUERSFELD A SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 1295.
ALVIN HORXE, M.
D. D. S. T.
President and founder of the Illi
nois Infirmary and School of Natural
Healing, with oflices in the Mitchell &
Lynde building, Room 49, 50 and 61.
This is the physician and Natural
Healer who is curing so many people
of the Tii-Cities. He can relieve yon r
pain in five minutes and put you on
tee way to penect neaxtn ana nappi-j
ness: One of w. uorne s patients
expressed himself , in the following
language. "My goodness Dr., I did
not believe von, bat now I am com
polled to.-as I feel like a new man."
Or. livrne s cures are lasting. lie
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago, e-Surgeon-ln-Chief
Anthony's hospital. ,
and School of
cares you to stay cured, by removing
the cause. When the cause has been
removed the disease cannot return.
His curative powers have surprised
all of his patients. He examines all
ot his patients thoroughly and locates
the cause of their disease. He then
removes the cause and they are cared
to stay cured. The many eures ef
fected by him prove his ability to cure
disease. Dr. Home is an experienced
specialist in all chronic, nervous and
special diseasesas varicocele, hydrocele, '
loss of vitality, weakness of men, blad
der troubles, rupture, tumors, blood
and skin diseases, catarrh and deaf
ness, liver and kidney diseases, syph
ilis, rheumatism, sciatica, constipa
tion, stomach troubles, heart and lung
diseases, asthma, goitre, spinal curv
ature, tender spine, sick headache,
neuralgia, ovarian and womb troubles
and all chronic diseases. He guaran
tees a enre in all cases. Incurable
cases not taken. If we cannot cure
you we will kindly tell yon so. Ia
order to demonstrate his ability to
cure diseases, this celebrated phy
sician 'will give absolutely free one
week's treatment to all who avail
themselves of this grand opportunity.
Call in the forenoon if possible so that
?'ou will not be compelled to wait so
- Consultation, examination and ad
vice free. Take elevator to fourth
floor. . Office hours 9 to 12 m.; 2 to 5
and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays 9 to 10 a. m.