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Xllli -AR&Udi WE D!N JJSiJAlTe AUGUST ii8. 1 001 .
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE.
r'HIOAGO, ROOK ISLAND
Pacific Railway Tickets
BVUiW wa. " -
6n be purchased or bftrr
eheokedat City Tioke. office,
iy3 Second treoue, or C. R-
avenue tad .-fclrty-nm street, rraak H- Plum-
Denver Limited ft Omaha...
Rocky Mountain limited..
W. Worth, Weaver AK.Q. .
Cm all a and Des Moines.....
tomaba A Minneapolis
Dm aba A Llneoin Ks
Dea Moines A Omaha
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.
Dea Molnea Express
Bk Psul A Minneapolis.....
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C.
(Kansas CUT, St Joe ADnvr
iRook Island A Washington
ChlcefO Dea Moines...
Book Island & Brooklyn Ae
tOmahe At Rook Island .... .
tChloago, Davenport. ....
It 6:30 pm
1 1:0 am
t 6:6 am
t o:au am
1 125 pm
H tm BBS
pm t 7:4 an
pm,t 10:35 am
l T:uO pm
Arrival. Departure. JDally. except Ban
TaUy ezeept Saturday. Ail others daily. Te
TJTJRLINaTON ROUTE O.,
--B. A Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second Avenue and Twen
M. J. TOUNO,
II L Sprlnsfleld. Peoria.
Qulncy via Ualesburg
Peoria, Beam town. Bur
ling-ton, Denver and
Kt Ku. Cltv. Denver
and Pacific Coast via!
Sterling and points Inter
mediate East Moltne. Suburban. . . .
St. L. Denver and west..
Clinton and Dubuque
Davenport and Clinton.
Clinton, Dubuque, La
Crone. St. Paul, Minn.
A Went and N. W
Dally. tUaUy ezeept Sunday.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A
ffC&s ST. PAUL. railway D.,
j IIUU mm AW WA a- v was
Jf'STPAli e. neoree W. Wood.
txent. 1 ne trains ior isu
buooc " nointa north run
via Illinois side of river f or Freeport
and Milwaukee wlU run via Daveuwr-. Clin
ton and Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
eaat and west.
7:15 am! fl:S0 am
tS:40 pm tlMl pm
TkAIUB. 1 HIT!. jtHBlTl
Dubuque and St. Paul
I'asMeufrer 7:2S am 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul
Passenger 4:00 pm 9:15 pm
Milwaukee Kxprens 7:00 am 9:15 pm
freeport Kzprens. pm 11:40 am
All trains daily except Sunday.
TfOCK ISLAND PKORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C R- L A P. (Mo
Line avenue) depot Bve (6)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
I, a vs. AttlTI
Peoria A SprlngOeld Um
Peoria. Sptlngfleld, Lt. L.
Indianapolis. Cincinnati .
8:06 am 1020 pm
Peoria. SprinKueld, Indian
apolis, Cincinnati, Bloom-1
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln
cinnatl. Bloominston. ...
Peoria. St. Louis, Spring
Cable A Sberrard Accom..
Cable A Sberrard Acoom..
Tralrs marked are dally,
Ail others daily
Notice of Publication Clianoery.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County. 1
In the Circuit court of said County, to the
September term, A. D. 1901. In chancery.
Ella Oberg vs. Martin Oberg.
Affidavit of the unknown residence of
the said Martin Oberir, defendaant above
named, bavins; been Bled In the clerk's office
of the circuit court, of the said county,
notice Is hereby given to the said
Martin Oberg, defendant as aforesaid, that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint In
said court, on the chancery side there
of, on the 27 th day of March, A.
II., 1901, and that thereupon a summons
Issued out of said court wherein said suit
is now pending, returnable to the al4 court In
the city of Kock Island, county aforesaid, on
the 6th dav of May. A. D. 1K01, which was the
first day of the May term, A. D l'01. of said
court, as Is bv law required, and that said
cause has been continued to the September
term of said court, to oe noiaeo in the city or
Kock Island, county aforesaid, on the third
Monday of September, A. D. 1901.
Now, uniettt you. the said Martin Ober,
unknown resident defendant shall personally
be and appear before the said circuit
court, on the first day of the next
September term thereof, holden at Kock Is
land, in and for said county, on the third Mon
day of September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the saia complainant s out or
complaint, the same and the matters and
things therein charged and stated, will be
taken as confessed and a decree entered
against you aenordins' to the prayer of said
b 11. GEORGE W. GAMBLE. ClreUlt ClerK
MFwibt & McEn I rt. Complainant's Sollcl-
Rook Island, IlL, March 27, 1901. '
State of Illinois I
Rock Island County.
In the Circuit Court of said county, to the
SeDtember term. A. IX. 1901. In chancery
Alexander McConnell, complainant, vs. Jo-i-cph
Slmi, the unknown heirs or devisees of
Joseph Sims deceased, and the unknown
owner or owners of the north twenty-six
and two-thirls (2A) acres of the east half
(V) of the southwest quarter ('4) of section
number 15 (15): and the north thirteen and
one-third (13',) acres of the cant half ( of
tne west half (H) of said southwest quarter
(H) of said section fifteen (15), in township
number sixteen (16) north range number
(3) west of the fourth (4tb prlncloal merid
ian, in the county of Kock Island and state
of Illinois, or any part thereof, defendants.
To the above named non resident defend
ants and each of them:
Affidavit of your non residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of said circuit
court, notice is hereby given to you, and to
each of you, that the above named complain
ant has Died In said court his bill of complaint
against you on the chancery side of said
court, that a summons in chancery bss been
Issued In said cause against you. returnable to
the next September term of said court, to be
begun sod boldrn at the court bouse In the
city of Kock Island. In said county and state,
beginning oa the third Monday In September,
A. D., 9I. at which time and place you wHI
appearand plead, answer or demur to said
bill of comolalnt If you see fit.
Dated at'Rock Island, Illinois, this 16tb day
Of July, A. D., 1901.
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Sveirit tt Walk x a, Complainant's Solid
Administrator's Notlee. .
Fstitte of Amanda W. Buffum, deceased.
The undersigned having Deen appointed ad-
ninl.inui.nr tKa mul of Amanda W. Buf
fum. late of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives nouoe mat os
will appear before the county court of Rock
Inland county, at the county court room, la
the city of Rocs Island, at the October term,
on the first Monday in October next, at which
time all persons Laving- claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of bavins' the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
created to make Immediate payment to the
Dated ibis 26th day ot July, A. D. ItOl.
A. A. Bcrrust, Administrator.
319-321 Twentieth Street.
Bargains all This Week.
An eight day kitchen clock,
strikes . the hoar and hall
hoar, fancy wood case,, each
one guaranteed. 285
A large fancy enameled Iron case with
gilt trimmings, with a eight day
time and strike, movement strikes
on a goDg. each one guaran
H ickel alarm clock 62 C
Gent's gun metal watches, stem
wind and set movement, they
are beauties, only 1.35
Gent's gold' filled hunting case watch
Hampden movement, stem wind.
Jast the thing to go to see your
bast girl . with. Kach one
We have just unpacked one of the
finest lines of parlor lamps ever seen
in this part of the country. They
arc all the very latest designs, direct
from the factory. Step in and have
a look at them when you are dewn
CASH PAID FOR OLD .
GOLD AND SILVER.
Goods Delivered. 1
Don't You Lik it?
We want you to see the fall -shapes
Wa think ono of
them will jast suit you both
in shade and in height.
They've Graceful Brims.
Well Formed Crowns, and
we think will please you in
every particular. Call and
see them at
1714 Seoond Avenue.
Just me Tdii
For any function whother
formal or modest, you'll find
Math's Ice Cream just the
thing. It is delicate bit
for refreshment, elegant
enough to bo used on the .
greatest occasion and you can
afford it for little homo par
ties. Let as have an order.
Our Ice Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Puro and De
licious. Try oar Yankee and Saltana
roll. It's a winner. Don't
forget that we are leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectionery
turns out. Physicians Rec
ommend oar whole heat
bread for the sick.wby won't ,
it be good for the healthy P
it is made by us only
from the Farina ilealth Floor.
Toots for high grade,
Frant J. ML
Formerly Kreil & Math,
rhone UM. mt-1711 Seoond Ave.
White Sox Again Hit Big He El
liott Freely, But Make
HAY1TES SHOWS UP WELL IS BOX
Holding Nicol's Bunch Down to
Eight Safeties Scores
Flared. Won. Lost. Per Ct.
Terr Haute 100 63 37 .630
Cedar Rapids 102 62 40 .6u8
Bloomiocton 1IO.1 62 41 .602
Rookford 101 54 40 - .615
Davenport 10J 46 66 .451
Evsuaville 101 l M .416
Rock Island 101 ' 41 60 .406
Decatur 102 34 64 .378
Cedar Rapids at Rock Island.
Davenport at Rockford.
Bloomineton at Decatur.
Terre Haute at Evansville.
Rock Island dropped the first game
in the Rockford series yesterday.
Elliott was hit often, but received
faultless support. Haynes pitched
his first game for Rock Island and
gave a satisfactory acconnting of
himself, allowing .only eight hits
against 12 off Elliott. But the Rock
ford hits were long, one being a home
run, cinching the game early. Reb
samen was the only Rock Island
player who did not get a hit some
thing unusual for him. The score:
R. 11. r. A. E.
Moriarlty, Sb 0 1 1 0 2
Mlddieton. ss 0 3 4 3 0
Rebsamen, rf 0 0 0 0 1
Tate. 2b 1 3 4 4 0
Hoy. If 0 1 2 0 0
Mullanev. lb 2 2 8 0 0
Hopkins, cf 0 1 3 0 1
Arthur, o 0 1 2 1 0
Haynes, p 0 1 0 2 1
Total. 3 12 24 10 5
R- II. P. A E.
Shaffer, lb 2 1 9 O 0
Conklln, If 3 2 4 0 0
Jones. If 2 1 3 0 0
Hanford. c 0 0 2 0 0
Oweos, cf 1 2 0 0 0
Sears, 2b 0 0 1 3 0
Ferris, ss 0 0 1 4 0
Pattison, 3b 0 0 1 1 0
Thlery. cf 1 0,6 0 0
Elliott, p 1 2 0 1 0
Total 10 8 27 9 0
Bock Island ..0 0000201 0 3
Rockford 0 1302301 10
Bases on balls off Elliott 2.' off
Haynes 4 Two-base hits Conklio,
Jones. Three-base hits Conklio,
Tate, Mnllaaey. Home ran-r-Shaffer.
Doable plays Middleton to Moriar
lty, Sears to Ferris to Shaffer. Hit
by pitched ball Tbiery. 8truck out
by Haynes 2. by Elliott 6. Passed
ball Arthur. Sacrifice hit Moriar
ity. Time 1:35. Umpire Vprls.
Though Method lest the game for
Decatur in the first inning, the locals
would not have stood a show anyway,
as they could not bat Payne, getting
only two hits off him. The score:
Decatur 00000000 0 0
Evansville ....7 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 010
Batteries Method, Talbot and
Badger, Payne and Roth. Hits De
catur 2. Evansville 12. Errors De
catur 6, Evansville 3.
Mill's failure to stop a difficult
grounder gave Cedar Rapids its only
chance to score. Both pitchers were
on their mettle and had snappy sup.
port. Lyons' catch of a fly in short
left and doubling of Norcom at first
and the running batches of Lippart
and Hale were the features. The
game was the fastest of the season,
played in 1:05., The score:
Divesport 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Cedar Rapid S...0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Batteriea Boyle and Shannon,
Ashton and Weaver. Hits Daven-
Cirt 4, Cedar Rapids 3. Errors
avenport 1, Cedar Rapids 0.
The two leaders of the Three-1
leaguo played an exceptional game,
the visitors losing by inability to hit
Hackett. Only 23 men went. to bat
in the nine innings, and up to the
fifth Inning they went out in one-two-three
order without a man reaching
first base. Bloomlogton players did
a gcod deal of kicking, striking Um
pire Camp twice. Score:
Terre Haute... 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 '4
Bloomlngton. ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Batteries Hackett and Starnagle,
Keeley and Belt. Hits Terro Haute
6. Bloomlngton 3 Errors Terre
Haute 0, Bloomlngton 3.
Iescne If Prosperous.
President Sexton has addressed a
letter to the eight clubs stating that
the good condition of the lesgue
treasury warrants remitting thme-
quartera of the dues from the clubs
for the rest of the season, lne league
has received notice from President N.
E. Young that the protection under
the national agreement wm oe win -drawn
Sept. 1. Erly in September,
it is believed, the minor leagues will
hold a meeting, to reach n agreoment
that wDl prevent contract breaking
and desertion by players.
Notes of the IHamondL
Davenport, Decatur and Bloomlng
ton were shot pat yesterday.
Decatur got bat two hits yesterday
off Payne, of Evansville. Both were
made by Badger.
Manager Hayes is not prepared to
reply to the challenge officially, for
he realizes that a reply to so nice a
letter as that ot President Munger
should be framed with dae aeiibera
tion, in order to be fully worthy of
tee occasion. The post-season series
of games, by deciding whether Daven
port or Rock Island has the better
club, will settle a question that is
bothering the twin oity fans lots
more than the question as to who will
win the pennant. .Davenport Demo
crat. Lawrence Gowling's team won the
second victory over Paul NIchola'
team in a 10 inning game. 19 to 20.
The batteries were Gowllng and Col
lins for the winners, and S. Smith and
The Rock Island team will be home
tomorrow to meet Cedar Rapids.
In toe other Z,eag:oes.
Chicago. All's. 28. League clubs r
corded the following base ball wores
yesterday: At Brooklyn Boston 3.
Brooklyn 4 twelve Inninjrs; (seoond
frame) Boston O. Brooklyn 3; at Phil
adelphiaNew York 5, Philadelphia 3;
(second game) New York 5, Philadel
phia 4; at Chicago Clucinuatl 2. Chi
cago 3; at nttsburg St. Louis 1,
American League: At Baltimore
Milwaukee S, Baltimore 5 eleven in
nings, darkness: at Washington .
Cleveland O, Washington 5: at Boston
Detroit t. Boston 2 fifteen Innings;
at Philadelphia Chicago 5, Philadel
Western Association: At.. Grand
Rapids Davton G. Grand Rapids 11:
at Xlnrtou Wheeling 12. Marion 1; at
Toledo Fort Wayne 5. Toledo 0.
ROCK ISLAND DAY AT
MERCER COUNTY FAIR
P. R. Thompson, secretary of the
Mercer County Fair association, has
commnnicated with the ofiic9rs of the
Woodmen Picnic association with a
view of interesting the people of this
vicinity la a Rock Island day at the
Aledo fair, which will be held at the
usual place near that city daring the
week beginning Sept. 15.
Many resident of this county
always attend the Aledo fair and
many others would do so if better
facilities of transportation were of
fered. Sept. 18 has been set apart as
Woodmen day, and with the members
of the order who will attend on that
date from here as a nucleus, it is
hoped others may be interested and
induced to go on the special train
that will be run.
It is urged that Mercer county peo
ple show much interest in the Wood
men picnics held here, and in return
it is thought that the same may be
fittingly paid back in kind. The pic
nic association officers are consider
ing the matter, and it will probably
be brought up before the Rock Inland
REV. SHUEY CAPTIVATES
Rev. Thomas J. Sbuey has returned
from Springfield, where he filled an
engagement at the central' Illinois
Chautauqua. He will conduct ser
vices next Suoday morning and even
ing at Memorial Christian chorch.
The following interview with U. W.
J. Ham. platform manager of the as
sembly, appeared in the Springfield
Saturday was high water mark of
our assembly the largest attendance
of the session ind Dr. Shoey held
his vast audience in the palm of his
hand from start to finish with his
magnificent sermon, 'The Protest of
Christianity Against Materialism.1
It was a masterly discourse delivered
with great force and power."
A NEW BLOCK ON THIRD.
M. I. Morris to Build Opposite Industrial
Plans were completed by Architect
Borrrolte today for a 2 storv brick
business block to be erected at once
by M. I Morris on Third avenue,
north of the Industrial home. The
upper story will be a flat and the
lower one will contain two store
Heel Ins; Is West Month.
That was a premature announce
ment made last Friday that the dis
trict W. C. T. U. meeting was to be
held in Moline, beginning last even
ing. Tbe real date is Tuesday. Sept.
24, four weeks later. This Septem
ber meeting is the one at which tbe
grand gold medal contest will be
held. - This contest is to be between
winners of gold medal contests, so
that all contestants will be from
among the best of elocutionists, and
a treat may be expected. The busi
ness of the district meeting will be
transacted Wednesday and Thursday,
Sept. 25 and 26.
Rrnsk aha N...
The fact has just become kaownj
that Harry Hell, a barber employed
by Leach A Kennedy, in the Windsor j
hotel snop, xvioime, ana Mrs. Minnie
Wickstrom, widow of the late C. L
Wlckstrem, have been married. On
the death ot Mr. Wickstrom a year or
more ago. Hell took charge of the
ahon till it was sold. Tha r.onnlfl
were married five months ago in I
Davenport, but told no one and their,
common piace 01 resiaenoe excitea no
suspicions of the changed relations
among their friends.
TheThrunt of si Lan
is scarcely more agonizing than tbe
recurrent pains in the abdomen which
follow tbe eating of improper food or,
too free indulgence in ice water. Tbe '
immediate cause of cramps and colic
is often the distention ot the bowels
by gas. . Quick relief follows tbe ue
of Terry Davis' Pain Killer. Careful
housekeepers give lt the place of hon-.
or in the family medicine chest. I
MILAN HAS A BATTLE
Stones and ClubsFigure in Fight
on Village Street Between
TWO 00YNE BOYS U5DEB AEEEST
One Receives Cut in the Head
McConne.l Escapes in
' Milan was treated to the spectacle
of a running battle yesterday after
noon in which stones and clubs fig
ured promiscuously and no one was
seriously hurt. The participants
were Charles McConnell. in a farm
wagon driven by At Tindall, on the
one side, and Uncle Billy Coyne and
a number of his redoubtab'e sons on
The beginning of the trouble dated
from Monday. James Coyne and the
McConnells live on adj iaing farms
south of Milan, and Monday some of
Coyne's sheep and hogs got into Mc
Council's field, and when the owner
went to drive them out one or more
of the McConnells did him battle. In
the afternoon Charles McConnell came
to Milan and pleaded guilty to as
sault and battery in Justice Pinkley's
court and a penalty was prescribed.
Coynes 8ek Satisfaction.
Yesterday as Charles McConnell
was passing through the main street
of the village in a farm wagon with
Atlas Tindall, a number of the Coyne
boys, who were also in town, became
engaged in a war of words with him
which shortly developed into some
thing more tangible. Missiles were
used, it pcems, on both sides, and
James Coyne was out on tbe bead.
It was ended by Tindall whipping up
his team and finally outrunning Mc-
Janes ana sandy Coyne were ar
rested by Homer Caldwell, head of the
municipal board of Milan, and pleaded
guilty to a breach of the ordinances.
A warrant was sworn out against
them for assault with deadly weapons.
and thev will nave a bearing before
Justice Heath Saturday. Another
charge of assault andbattery against
George McConnell has been preferred
and a bearing will bo had balore jus
tice Pinkiey Friday.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
' ' Low rate tickets to Buffalo on sale
via the C, R. I & P. railway Your
choice of eight Chicago trains and any
jine east of that point.
Leave via tho C, R. I. & p. railway
at 6:20 p. m., arrive at Colorado
Springs at 4:30 or Denver at 4:45 the
next afternoon. Through chair car
Homeseekers' tickets to a number
of points north, west and southwest
on the first and third Tuesday in July
and August via the C, R- I & P. rail
Make sleeping car reservations and
secure tickets to all points at the
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific city
ticket office. 1813 Second avenue,
117 95 and 119 45 for round trip
tickets to Buffalo, N. Y., good for 10
days; 22 60 and $24 60 for 15-day
tickets and S 28.35 and f3U.zulor;iU
day tickets via the C, R. I. & P. rail
way. Eight through trains daily for
Chicago, making connections at that
point with all eastern lines.
Daily excursions to Buffalo and
Nor York via the Nickel PJ ate road.
Through trains to New York City
without change. Vestibuled sleepers
from Chicago to Bofcton dining cars
on all trains. Meals served on Amer
ican club plan at from 35 cents to $1.
Write John Y. Callahan, general
agent. 111 Adams street, Chicago, for
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q.
railroad company, will have f on sale
Sept. 3 and 17, home seekers' excur
sion tickets at one nrst-class fare,
plus $2, for the round trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, good returning within 21 days
from date of sale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rates, tickets
for Puget bound points, Colorado,
raclfio Coast and various other points.
Dally Ksonrslons via Nickel Plate Itoart
From Chicago to Buffalo and New
York. Special low ratos and favora
ble limits to all points east. Call on
or address John Y. Callahan, general
agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago.
13 to lloffalo 1'aa-A merlrau and Re
Tickets on sale daily via tbe Nickel
plate road, good returning 10 days
from data of sale. Especially low
rates for 15 and 20-day limit from
Chicago to Buffalo and return. Tick
ets at lowest rates to all points east.
John Y. Callahan, general agent, 111
Adams street. Chicago. Chicago city
ticket office, 111 Adams street.
Low Bates to Buffalo Fau-Anaerlean.
The Nickel Plate road is selling
tickets ai exceptionally low rates to
Buffalo and return, good for 10- 5
and 20 days. For particulars and
Pan-American fclder of buildngs and
grounds, write John Y. Callahsn,
general agent, 111 Adams street, Chi
cago. City ticket office, 111 Adams
Subscribe for Thk Abqus. .
Central Shoe Store,
The Bogie Man.
The bogie man is often tbe collector
-TV -' - .v. . ..... -
FIDELITY XiO-A.2ST CO,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hoars 8 a. m to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
HARTZ ULLEMEYER, 8WS
is a bottle of that sparkling
and delicious beverage.
"Hlo of all Bottled Beers.
It is the best of table beers wholes
some and inspiring. Possesses the
true hop flavor. Is an ideal tonic
and appetizer. '
A. D. IIUESING, Kxk Island, Illinois.
Onrdaintr hookoT Mwnn Som frprmaa BttppmP"
Irseoa requet. Tke Aem-irsm BrMr. tew, 8t. LoU,el
''Bottled at theBrewery Only. Never sold in Bulk."
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Nervous tnd Private
of Both Sexes.
Oar neetrta Machine for
tbe treatment of Nervous
and X-ttay work.
HERVOU8 DFJJI1JTY, Exhaustive drains, Bleep.essness, Threatened Inaaa
lty. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous sxtsustio
CATARRlI, 'Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, 8orofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvei
and Skin Diseases oaa be qulosiy and permanently eured by our advanced system of mcdl
VAIHCOCELE Is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with othors wben we fnarantee you a permanent la sevsn days by oar palsies
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex shonld consult c.s. We
nave cured many cases rive a up aa hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surgissl
operations performe at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a speelaMv
THlfi QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your esse In tbe hands of those
Uasa In hA . tiflwl At if AhAfllA ill el kl
DR. WALSH'S large private practice
enletorst. Anvonyi Mospitai tocetner viu tne lac na no umm uuxtm uuuuioui wu
were pronounced Incurable by others durlns tne Bve years ke has been located In Daven
port, proves oneluaivaly that be la tbe ph elolaa you should consult U you want to est
Best of referenoe and credential
Only Curablo Cases Taken. SZX2&:
. Bears, ts IS a IhIuA to 8 and sr 11:30 to 1:30 p m.
Offioe 124. West Third Street M'Callongh Building, Davenport, la. ,
1712 Second Avenue
trying to "hold you up" for the
money vou are not juite prepared to
pay. You miht' aa well borrow
enough to pay off these small obliga
tions and put the matter in such ehepe
that it will not inconvenience yon to
pay it back. We will loan it to you
on your furniture, piano, horses,
wagons, live stock or other personal
property, without removing it from
your possession. No delay or pub
licity. Any amount from $10 up
wards. It will save you care and
anxiety and will enable you to meet
your definite obligations and put you
on the right track in your search 'for
prosperity. Let us tell you all about
"The Kodak Girl."
This is the Kodak Girl who takes
pictures with an Eastman kodak. A
look at her shows that, like one's
purse, a Folding Pocket Kodak may
be carried in the hand without incon
venience. She buys her supplies at
Hart 7. & Ullemeyer's, who are special
agents for Eastman Kodak Co., sup
plies of plates, paper, films, etc., al
ways fresh, no old shop worn goods.
All goods kept in a dark room. Sat
isfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. We wish to keep all our old
customers and make new ones by
pleasing them. We meet all compe
tition. 20 per cent discount on
OR. J. S. WALSH,
ronnerly of Oblceso,
Burgeon-In-Chief of Si
wno nave naa uttie or no practical sxpsr
and extensive experience as surgeon-ia.