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THE AUGHTS. THURSDAY, FETHTUAHf 21,1 901,
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
, fHIOAGO. BOGKISLAND
etn be purchased or baggage
checked M8.I4P. Twentieth
tree depot, nCKLtP.
TMrtT-nrat street, rraak H. Plummer. Agent.
Ft. Worth, Denver &K.C.
Omtht and Dea Moines.....
Omaha & Lincoln Bx ,
Dea Moines & Omar) a
Denver, Lincoln & Omana.
Dea Moluea Express........
Rock Island s Bare an Ac
Bt. Paul & Minneapolis. ....
Denver, Ft. Worth & K C.
tKana&i Clty.St Joe &Dnvr
xRoek Island ft Washington
Chicago ft Des Moines...
Rock Island ft Brooklyn Ae
tOnleago, ft Davenport.....
i 8:00 am
tlO 35 pm
; 3:00 am
t 6:06 am
t 5:60 am
( :20 pm
m a.nA m
T V'lV SMS
t 8:05 am
t fl:53 am
t 8:15 pm
T o:au am
t 3:65 pm
j a:DU pm
t 7:40 am
t 7:00 Crn
Arrival, t Departure . (Dally, except Sux
I Daily except Baturday. Ail others daily. Te
"ROCK ISLAND ft PEORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passeo
er Agent. Passenger trains
ave C . R. L ft P. (Mo
lina avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Ooff, Agent.
Bprgfleld, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, ete.... 10:20 pm
Feorte,Springfield, St. L
Is, eta 8 05 am 8:33 pm
Peoria Express 7:35 pm
Peoria, Springfield, Clnoln- "
natl 1:45 pm 11:16 am
Cable Accommodation..... 7:00 am
Sherrard Acoom. V:15 am 4:55 pm
Cable ft Sberrard Aecom.. 8:30 pm 2:20 prr
Cable ft Sherrard Aecom.. 8:38 am
Trains marked daily; ail other trains dally
exsept Sunday. 1
T.4VFVPOPT. POCK IS
"and ft Northwestern, rail
way fine -in-oxty Koute.")
Passenger station at foot
Seventeenth street. L. F.
Be r, G. P. A., 'ave"oort,
Iowa. Geo. W. Wood,
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton, Chicago, Omaha,
Denver, Rock lord, Janes-
Clinton, Omaha. Cedar
Clinton, Omaha, Sioux City,
Utah and Pacific Coast..
Clinton, Sterling, Dixon,
Clinton. Chicago, Janes-I
vllle, Madison, Rock ford.
Clinton, Denver, Omaha,
Trains marked dally. All others dally ex
-"--" T?tTRLrNQTO?T ROTTTK O.,
f!(T'iinTl-Wm,' a BAILW AT! -Depot
yii.;!JI41UM First avenue and Sixteentt
. i r - street.
nu.iitk M.J. TOUNG,
; 1 Agent.
TBAIwS. LlAVS. ABBIVS
Bur. Quia, via Monmouth 85 am 7:15 pa
Peoria, Beardstown, Bur
lington, Denver and west
Bt. Paul ft Minneapolis
Sterling. Clinton ft Dubuque
,6t Lu, Kans C, Denver ft
ao. oul vlaGalesburar
t 8:40 pm
t 8:40 pn
1 8:40 an
Dally . vDally except Sunday.
ST. PA DD raUway Ra
Clne ft Son thwes tern DIvIbIoc
Depot Twentlerh street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckln
t i.savs. t AttBivi!
Mail and Express. ......
St. Paul Express.
Frelsr n t and acoom
All trains dally except Sunday.
INGERSOL'S OLD HOME
.... v FCOK'IA. I LU -..
NOW THE HOME OF
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
Ready for You or Your
Give as an opportunity to prove
the merit of our HARD AND
SOFT OOAL and HARD WOOD,
and we will do the rest. .
E. B. McKOWN.
Phone -1198, Fifteenth street and
. Flrit Arenue
. SEVEN THROUGH TRAINS
Every Week Day 1 rem
TRI-CIT1ES TO CHICAGO
(Six Trslns on Sunday) vie
BEST DINING CAR SERVICE
PI'LIJIAN 5LEEPER5 ON NIGHT TRAINS
Parlor Car on the Chicago Limited
FrretervtUns. rates, ami full Information,
cwll on or r!dres. Ticket Afrcot, Davenport,
la., keck island er floline. III.
rr - : i x
iuuawniwsi - 1 Mm n m-m - - T- ii-.j.Tmm imimm,t,m
SHOW OF LIVE STOCK:
BIG EXHIBIT FOR THE PAN-AMERICAN
. AT BUFFALO.
flora Skw av Promlaeat Fesvtare
Model Dairy Balldlag; on the
Groandi Accom modatloni For 25,
OOO Animals (irrat Display o( A
Tbe exhibit of live 6tock at tbe Pan
American" Exposition ' at Buffalo tbe
com Ins summer will include all varie
ties and breeds of domestic animals.
Arrangements Lave been made to ac
commodate 25.000 animals on tbe
grounds. Liberal prizes in all classes
will be offered.
A fashionable borse show will be a
prominent feature of tbe display and
will include harness horses, saddlers,
jumpers, etc. Tbis exhibition will be
fashioned on tbe lines of the Madison
Square Garden show and will be held
at the. Stadium.
A model exhibition dairy, composed
of all breeds of milk cows, will be in
operation during the six months of the
A great display of the varied agri
cultural products from the various
states, provinces and couutries of the
Western Hemisphere will be made in
the Agricultural building, covering two
Awards for all meritorious exhibits
will be made direct to individual ex
hibitors. Tbe closing of the Nineteenth centu
ry has witnessed marvelous strides in
tbe improvement of methods iu tbe dai
ry world. Formerly the whole business
was conducted largely by "rule of
thumb." Instead of a vocation requir
ing a certaiu apprenticeship it is fast
becoming' on exact science, in which
chemistry and bacteriology play no in
significant part. The increasing Inter
est and attendance at the various dairy
schools throughout the United States
and Canada, the existence of great co
operative and commercial organiza
tions for the manufacture and sale of
dairy products, la an uudispu table tes
timony to tbe achievements of modern
science. In this great industry the
government has appropriated vast
sums of money to help the dairyman In
his work, and this is indicative of its
importance as a factor of tbe great
food problem of the world.
The territorial lines of the dairy belt
have long since been annihilated. A
few states and provinces in the east no
longer enjoy the exclusive distinction
of being in the dairy sections. In the
Dairy building at tbe Exposition space
has already been asked for by Maine
and California, Manitoba and Texas.
The supposed disdvantages of soil, wa
ter, climate and food in portions of
North America have largely been elim
inated by tbe skillful dairyman, and to
day splendid representatives of dairy
enimals are found wherever the whole
someness and nutritive value of milk
products are known.
Few people have any adequate con
ception of the present magnitude of the
dairy Industry. In tbe United States
and Canada there Is one dairy cow to
every four persons, or 20,000,000 cows.
The annual milk production is esti
mated at $550,000,000. - Add to this the
value of dairy cows. $050,000,000, and
we have ? 1,200,000,000. To. this add
the Investments in dairy appliances,
and we reach a grand total of $2,000,
000,000 invested in this great industry
in the United States and Canada. The
great countries to the south of us. Cen
tral and South America, are eager for
American dairy products, and with
.more people from these countries risit
ing the Exposition In 1001 than have
visited the United States and Canada
in the past half century the great com
mercial opportunity to exhibitors of
Dairy Products and Supplies needs no
further comment. ' - '
A large, beautiful building located
near the Agricultural building will be
devoted exclusively to Dairy Products
and Dairy Apparatus.
All the milk products will be exhibit
ed In glass cases properly refrigerated
for the purpose of maintaining as far
as possible the texture and quality of.
the products on exhibition. Exhibitors
whose products form a portion of their
state or provincial displays wilj not be
charged for exhibit space, but indi
vidual exhibitors will be charged $1.50
per square foot for space occupied.
The exhibit of Dairy Appliances will
embody all the recent inventions and
improvements made in this industry,
including sterilizers, pasteurizers, sepa
rators, coolers, churns, etc.
Electric power will be furnished in
the building should exhibitors desire to
demonstrate the work of their ma
chines for tbe benefit of the visitors.
The exhibit in the Dairy division will
be a selective one and in point of at
tractiveness. Interest and utility will
surpass anything ever before attempt
A Model Dairy, composed of repre
sentatives of all the breeds, will be In
operation during the entire Exposition
for the purpose of determining as far
as possible tbe cost of production and
the adaptability" of certain breeds to
special lines of dairy work.. These sev
eral divisions are In charge of Mr. F. A.
Converse. . . . . .
Rae DcTflopneat. '
The Department of Ethnology at the
Tan-American Exposition will include
a vast museum of archaeological. treas
ures by. which the development of the
races, particularly In America, may be
traced. The Americas have proved to
be rich fields which the students have
neglected. Rude Implements and ves
sels made by the mound builders, the
Aztecs or tbe Incas many centuries
ago and brought to light only In recent
years will serve to introduce the first
Americans to those of the present day.
A rare opportunity will be given to
study the progress of man in labor and
Invention by means of these priceless
TORtf rSOM HER-HPBBY,
Before She Had Completed the Menu at
the Wedding Feast.
Chicago, Feb. 21. A bride of two
liours, Mrs. .Tosefa Staskaiwitcz, was
taken from her wedding feast by a
deputy sheriff , Tuesday afternoon and
hurried to the county jail on a capias
Issued to secure the fees of the attor-
f ney who collected damages for the
death of her first husband. Alter
peuding the night as a prisoner, the
woman was released upou furnishing
Joseph Tuzik. the first husband of
the woman, was killed at the Chicago
Steel works a year ago. and tbe widow
brought sult for $3,000 damages. Tbe
Attorney who conducted the case was
F. V. .laros, but before it was given
a hearing he was approached by an
agent of the company and was offered
$100 for a settlement. He refused the
offer, and the woman was then ap
proached, and agreed upon a settle
ment for $1,000. She then refused to
pay the attorney' fees Hence the
rude interruption of the wedding feast.
AZTEC RELICS .IN GOLD
Came Near Being Carted Away from m
Mnaeniu as Knbblsh.
New Haven, Couu.; Feb. 2f. An im
portant and curious discovery has been
made la the cellar of the Peabody
museum at Yale. In a rubbish heap,
readv to be thrown away, were found
more than 100 Aztec gold ornaments
and relics, used both in households and
temples. The ornaments were packed
away in a crate. In turning over a
lot of empty boxes, piled up to be cart
ed away, one of the students lifted a
box that was half opened, and from
which a number of what seemed to
be brass articles fell out at his feet.
The undergraduate took one of the
pieces to the laboratory and applied
testing acids to the surface. He im
mediately discovered that the articles,
wighlng some ounces, was pure gold.
It was then found that the remainder
of the ornaments were also pure gold.
The value intrinsically is very large,
and the value as Aztec relics cannot
be estimated. ' ' , :
NATIONAL M0B CENTER
Kansas Seems Entitled to That Eminence
Jot at This Period.
Toiieka. Kan., Feb. 21. A mob of
1,000 men, mostly Santa Fe shop em
ployes, declared they would go through
the county jail at 8 p. m. yesterday in
search of -Slick' Slater, who commit
ted an ast-ault on Lottie Goerbrick on
Monday night in the Lincoln school
grounds. They intended to lynch
Slater the moment he was caught.
Some talked of burning, but hanging
would probably be the mode of punish
The officers said he was not in the
jail, and the sheriff allowed ten men
to go through the building in search
of the desired victim. He was not
there and has not been found at this
writing. Iteports said he bad been
taken to the state insane asylum for
safekeeping. The mob continued
Heckham Declined to Retal'atc.
Frankfort, Ky.. Feb. 21. The
Reeves brothers, for whom requisition
pajwrs arrived from Dubois county,
Ind., yesterday, have tiled a petition
with 'Governor Beckham protesting
against the requisition for their return
to that state being honored unless the
Indiana authorities should first give
assurance that ox-Governor Taylor and
Charles Finley, of Kentucky, fugitives
In that state, would also be delivered
to Kentucky. Governor Beckham hon
ored the requisition.
Burglars Bob a Store.
Walkertou. Ind.. Feb. 21. With
tools stolen from John Swartz ma
chine shop and from a Baltimore and
Ohio section house two burglars forced
an entrauce- Into the big general store
of Kooutz & Fair here about midnight
Tuesday. Their plunder consisted of
shoes, clothing and all the jewelry con
tained in the place, amounting to about
$(JOO, besides $0 in cash. The town
night watchman saw the men as they
were leaving the store, but failed to
effect their capture.
Will Return to His Fatherland.
Bra.ill Ind., Feb. 21. William
Graiser, a German farmer who has
tilled a few acres of ground south of
here for years to support his family,
received information from an attorney
In Germany that his father, Henry
Grelser, had died leaving his estate,
valued at $80,000. to him. Graiser will
go to Germany at once and take pos
session of his property.
Business Section Is In Ashes.
Rhinelander. Wis.. Feb. 21. Fire
Tuesday night completely destroyed
the business section of the village of
AVoodruff, twenty-six miles north of
here, only one business place, a saloon,
being left. Tbe village contained two
or three general stores, a clothing
store, three hotels and thirteen saloons.
Very little insurance was carried.
Iowa Supreme Conrt Judgeship.
Des Moines.- Ia.. Feb. 21. Judge
Charles A. Bishop, of Polk county, has
announced himself a candidate for su
preme Judge. There are now four
candidates in the field: Judge Bishop,
Judge A. R." Dewey, of Washington,
la.: Judge E. A. Church, of Jefferson,
and Judge IT. M. Towner, of Corning.
Sioux City Gets a Club.
ioux City. Ia., Feb. 21. Sioux City
will be in the Western Base'. Ball
League this season. Manager Hulen,
of Pueblo, signed a contract yesterday
and will transfer the . franchise and
team. Local fans will furnish the
park. This completes tbe league.
Will Hang- for III Barbarism.
Dallas. Feb. 21. The jury's verdict,
rendered yesterday, was death by hang
ing in the case of Eugene Frkner,
who with four other men burned Con
stable Pate B(iin to death on the night
of Dec. 2, 1900, In the saloon of Chap
man & Faulkner In this city.
Liquor legislation for Kansas.
Topeka, Kan., Feb. 21. The house
yesterday passed tbe senate bill relat
ing to the sale of Intoxicating liquori,
and it was sent to Governor Stanley
-for his signature. . The bill classes as
a public nuisancer all places where
liquor is sold illegally.
Thirty-Seventh Mastered One.
Sah Francisco, Feb. 21. The Thirty-seventh
United States volunteers
have been mustered out of service.
Nature's Ways Often Hard to
Man's' Hest Gifts Disguised by
It: Takes Science to Reveal
Nature at Her Best.
la many ways nature is all right
just as she Is, and when tbe hand of
man attempts to improve upon her
works, a boicby job. to tay the least,
There are, however, a great many
instances where by a' little human
help Nature's best gif s are doubly
enhanced in value and brought forth
from obscurity in a' manner that Is
causing this century to be known as
ene of progress.
Tbeie is nothing in the way of a
discovtry that will prove ef greater
benefit to man in general, and to the
inhabitants cf this part of America in
particular, than Viuol. which repre
sents an old and valuable remedy in
trodi ced In a new and practical form.
Vinol is being hailed by physicians
and jatients alike as a glorious inter
vention of providence for annihilating
certain dit eases of a wasting nature
ani prolonging life, and its discovery
is a fittii g climax, coming as it dees
t the tnd sf a century that will go
own into hlslo y as remarkable for
Vinol, as it is sold today, is fast
becoming what all other great inven
tions soon become, s positive neces
sity that makes the world wonder
how it existed without it.
Cod liver oil, on account of the pe
culiar medicinal properties whi?h it
contains, has been known to science
for years as the most efficient of all
specifics for throat, lung ard bron
chial troubles, and all wasting dis
eases. The layman, however, has ap
preciated the 'fact as forcibly as the
professional, that this same remedy
was often rendered practically useless
on eccount of its disagreeable odor
ana taste, until it began to appear as
though cod liver oil might eventually
be omitted from the Pbarmacopu;ia.
The invention of Vinol has saved
this wonderful medicine, not as we
have known it, to be sure, but in its
new form, which is nothing more or
less than the identical, potent, reme
dial factors that have made" the cod's
liver famous. This new discovery
consists only in lidding a way of ex
tracting the curative principles of the
cod liver, which, once obtained, are
dissolved in a mild, delicious and del
cate table wine.
And so to us is given this old rem
edy In its new form, doubly efficient,
absolutely tasteless, and denuded of
its greatest and most serious objec
tion, the fatty matter itself, which
has always precluded the use of ct)d
liver oil in cases where the digestive
apparatus had become weakened.
Vinol is with us to stay, and to do
good as yet is incalculable.
An Apoloorr and a Settlement. -
When the theater crowd was at Its
thickest on Broadway on Saturday
night, a well set up man of medium
size, wearing ft glossy silk hat, hurried
along. In dodging through the throng
the handle of the cane he carried
caught the arm of one of two burly
persons who" were going in the same
direction. He half turned as if to apol
ogize, but liefore he could do so one
of the pair smashed his silk hat with a
"I beg your pardon, sir," said the
man, blandly taking off bis battered
tile. "My rudeness was unintention
al." Putting back the damaged hat on his
head, he dropped his cane and said,
"Now I propose to settle with you for
Those on the spot saw a flash of
fists. The big man went flat on his
back from a clean smash on the jaw. '
"If you want any more, I am ready
to oblige you," said the other.
The other apparently didn't. The
smaller man picked up his stick, took
off his damaged silk hat, brushed it
and continued on his way down Broad
way. And the crowd of spectators,
who had gathered as if by magic, broke
up with the feeling that they had seen
as neat a bit of work as it would ever
be their good fortune to encounter.-
New York Sun.
A Night ot Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow, of the brave Gen. Burnham, of
Machias, Me., when the doctors said
she would die from pneumonia before
morning," writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln,
who attended her that fearful night,
but she begged for Dr. King' New
Discovery, which had more than once
saved her life, and cured her of con
sumption. After taking, she slept
all night. Further use entirely cured
her." This marvelous medicine is
guaranteed to cure all throat, chest
and lung diseases. Only 50 cents and
tl. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Ullemeyer'a drag store.
Recent experiments show that all
classes of foods may be completely di
gested by a preparation called Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di
gests what you eat. As it is the onljt
combination of all the natural digest
ants ever devised, the demand for it
has become enormous. IS. 11. Bieber
and Hartz & UUemeyer.
Ssart tts - y9 Tht 'n( Voa TS BonjM
The following firms are recommended to readers df The Ar
gus as prepared' to serve patrons to the best possible
advantage, and worthy of business confidence:
H. S. RA.CHafA.ir
in (own to
1606 Second avenue.
Rook Island, TU.
8ulta made to
Cleaning and re
done at owest
Ask your Gro
cer for it and get
a Cook Book free.
Hull & Co.
S. A. IMAGER
Second are. and
AOADEMY OP THE
conducted by the
sisters of the visi
tation, 2839 Fifth
avenue. Bock Is
land. The Acad
the new academy
will be opened
Monday, Sept. 18.
MU8lO. ART. EL
and the languages.
A breath of Tine Balsam In every cake.
like it for
- silken and
clear and -rosy.
Most baldness fe caused lv dandruff. To keep ihe
hair, scalp and beard in healthy condition, make a
strong latlier with narfina
3oap and shampoo freely. If it?
is desired to restore Cray or
faded hair to youthful color. I
apply Hay's Hair-Health after!
shampooing with narfina, and))
the graynetts will disappear andt'
Ihe hair will grow forth its orig
inal youthful color and beauty.
. 10c CakM st lesrfhic drac shop..
or 3 cakes, 6e. Mailed on reeeiptp
rt tirk-s tr Ixmon stmt Co..-
V Voadvay. Kew York. Bafoss all substitutes, (
"Sold by Thomas, 1630 Second Ave."'
Tom A . Marshal t
. n b. nM...i.al,b.s
1 . ccnckal urritw
T7 PDttnej Turn m imurtMt
. . Man-halltown, Iowa.
Avon, I U.
Alodo, 11U ,
Cedar Rapids, Xuwa.
Dea Moine, Towa.
Irabu vj, Iowa.
Elmwood, 111. .
Farming on, Iu.
Fort Mad lurm, Iowa.
Gsrlav, 11 U
K IrkwoM, Tit. ,
Mt- I lea-ant, Iowa.
fcw Jirton, IU.
Kew Windsor, 111.
horth JJfrjdersou, IU.
J'ort Brron, III,
Prairie City. 111.
Hock Island, ill.
8wan Creek, 111.
8t Augustine, UV
Saton, ILL .
Taylor Kidge, ILL
Walnut Grove, TJL
West Mberty, Iowa.
Wood hull, ILL
1 aces City, I1L
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Csr v M
Asphalt and .
24th St. and
3rd Are.- Roek
. ' '- - '
Second - Street,
AND ALL KINDS
paid whether . In
mall or large
or car load lots.
aye. 'Phone 4992,
Book Island, I1L
IF POISONOUS DRUGS HATS FAILED
TO CURS TOU, TKT STATURE'S
-; . BEST kemedt:
PROF. W. A. JACOBS, the great
Magnetic Healer will cure you
of any disease In a short time with
out the use ol drugs.
Office: Flat No. 1 Industrial
Home building, Rock Island.
Office hours 10 to 12 a. m., L to i p. m.,
at moderate pri
L, A, Book
2100 Fifth ave.
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.
BAUEKSFELD A SEXTON. 1814
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
of Both Sexes.
Oar naotrlo Machine for
tbe treatment of Nervous
sad X-Bay work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Insn
lty, Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other eondltloa due to nervous exhauatlos
positively cured. ..'..-'.."
CATARRH. Dyspepsia. Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Lire,
and Skin Diseases can be quickly end permanently cured toy our advanoed system of med!
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Ncrvons Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee yon s permanent cure la seven days toy our palsies
methods. Hydrooele eured In three days no pain. . ..
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. We
have cured many eases given up as hopeless, end we may be able to eure you. Sartrieel
ooerattons oerformed at vmir home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR. HEALTH
afford to place your ease In the hands of those who have naa utue or no practical xpvr
f a In V,a l...tm.nl Af .Kmnl. itlu.aM
DR. WALSH'S large private practice
enter or St. AntnonyatiospitaitogetneT wiai tne iao n no amm ou -were
pronounced Incurable by others during tne five years be has been located in Daven
port, proves conclusively that he la ihe physician you should consult If you want to set
v - Best of reference and crelentiali
Only Curablo Cases Taken.
- HomrSj So IS s a to 0 sad Tto S) p. ae 8anday lliSO eat IjSO p. aa.
OCice 124 West Third Street M'Cullongh Building, Davenport, Ia.
The next session
7th, 1. Philo
For terms and full
o RF.V. J. T. A.
W. T. Hagill0
Office in Masonlo
B--00 to 13:00 a. m.
cSO to:up. m.
F, W. Goalder,
Asphalt and compo
sition floors. We ap
ply only the genuine
old style gravel roof.
OLD ROOFS RE
PAIRED. 1306 Fourth Ave.
Bock sland. 111.
Rocs Island. LU.
Supervisor of tnunte
" public school.
Private studio in Y.
JC. a. building.
hours, 4 to 8
aU day Saturdays.
O. D. DO KAN,
CROWN s BRIDGE
work s specialty
a new Invention.
130 Bridge Avanua,
E. F. Stroehle
Chloago papers de
livered and orders
taken for all peri
odicals. iszi Third a venae
Third Avcnne. Telephone 1293.
DR. J. K. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
Bur?eon-ln-Chief of Bt,
is a, vital one therefore you cannot
and extensive experience as surgeon-ln-