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THJ3 ATI-BITS. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1901.
Quality and make, tj
McCoy & Co., N. Y.
S. M. ARNDT & CO.,
1709 Seoond Avenus.
AS SAFE AS
We Desire to Call Attention to the
Fact that We have Con
stantly on Hand
First Mortgage Loans
In sums of $200 and upwards, on '
farms and other choice real estate, !
running five rears.
The following is a pirtUl list of .
completed First Mortgage loans on '
hand, which we now offer for sale, I
subject to previous selections. These J
loans nave been carefully selected,
and are first-class in every respect.
They are 5 and 5 per cent net to the
investor. We have other loans to
offer if these are not in amounts to
suit the investor.
Anumnt rf fair Caih I'.iu
Jxnn. No. of Acrt oj Srcurily.
ror.oo 4o sioooo. no
3K Of) v 1920.00
4- O.no 2lOO.uO
OI CO IriO 4000. 00
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ln.0 0 it'O 3.' 0.00
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1310.00 1 4010. OK !
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1400.00 I 60 4V0.U0
The securities we offer are especially
adapted for tbe Investment of trutt funds,
sl tbe Investment of saving, as our personal
attention o ail details of tne loan, from Its
date to Its maturity, relieves the investor
Iroji all annoyance, except to present his
ro'ipon to us for eulle-tlon. 'or further In
formation call at the office of
Elmore W. Hurst,
It's 0 Hot Subject
To talk about, but Vt) are mn
tually interested, in SUMMER
PIUCES FOR WINTER FUEL. .
is our princip. ' article for all
heaters, qpt we ar 7ushinf; PO
CAHONTAS, INDIANA J"'"
at less prices for furnaces.
We Want Your Order
E. B. McKOWN.
street and First
If you want 6 per cent Interest on your
money, with one tenth of tbe principal
paid to you every six months, or 7 per
cent wltb the money on call, or S per
cent principal payable at the end of
the period of the ljan and all interest
payable semi annually, then Investigate,
uf these bords. bankers, business
men. manufacturers, lawyers, doctors.
Investors and those familiar with in
vestments and securities, newspaper
men and officers of 1 rust Comoanies
say: 'They are n safe and Ideal invest
ment", tbelr "security beyond ques
tion," "no better security to be found."
The Bonds are Flrst-Class."
"The securities are not only profitable,
but a fair Investment as weJ, aol
worth tbe consideration of acy Inves
tor." A leading insuranoe man sata:
-Myself and friends have over $-S0,0o0
invested In these bonds which speaks
of what we think of them."
"Tbe Financial Age." United States
Investor " "Journal of Comroeree" and
"Investors' Keview" all speak bigbly
of tbe Jibn UulhoUand floods.
Call and learn about tbem or address
C. E. Taylor,
.'.m 2, Mitchell and Lynde Build
ing, Hock Island, 111.
I BIGGER BOX fflggjj
I SAME PRICE
THE. MODERN STOVE POLISH
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of II loots, lM
Rock Island Count j i
In tbe Circuit Court of the said County to
idc ot piemoer verm laereoi, A. v. iwi.
liertba Iiolen vs. Wilson Bolec In Chancery
Affidavit of con -residence of the above de
fendant. Wilton liolen. bavin? been Died In
tbe c.erk's office of tbe circuit court of said
county "d at tote, showing tbat tbe tesidence
of ibe above mme"l defendant Is unmown
and tbat iKe and diligent Inquiry bas been
made to ascertain te same, notice Is there-
fare rereby given to to tbe said non-resident
defcrdtot that tbe complainant bas filed ber
dui or complaint in said court against you, on
the chancery side thereof, on the 12th
day of August. A. D 1901. and tbat there
upon a summons Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is bow pending. returable
on tbe third Monday In tbe month of Septem
ber nexi, as is by law required. Now. unless
you. tbe said Don-resldetit defendant above
rimed, Will on liolen. shall personally be
i-.nd appear before theiald circuit court on tbe
tlrftt day of tbe next term thereof, to be
holuen at Hoes Island, in and for the said
county, on tbe tbird Monday in September
next, ana nieaa. answer or demur to tne aaia
I complainant s bill of complaint, the same and
I the man en and things therein charred and
staled will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
Ubobgb W. Gamblb. Clerk.
Rock Inland. Til.. August 15. A. IX 1W0I.
McCaskkiii &, McCAKitkiN, Complainant's
Notice of Pabllcatlon Cbaoeery.
McCsskrin & McCaskrln, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island oouzty. (
In tie Circuit Court o fRosk Island County,
to tbe September term tbrcof. A. IX llMl.
Tell' ha Kubbini vs. Kdgar Robblns. In Chan-
Affidavit of non-reidence of the above de
fendant. Edsar fobbija. bavins been duly
certltied and sworn to and bled In tbe Clerk's
office of the Circuit iourt oi said Couoty and
State showing that tbe residence of tbe
abovo named Fdear RobMns is unknown and
thatdu? and diligent Inquiry bas been made
to ascertain the same, notice i therefore
hereby given to tbe said non resident defend
ant tbat tbe complainant tiled ber bill of com
plaint in said Court, on tbe cbancerv side
thereof, on tbe 17th day of Auirut. A. D. 1 t'J 1
aed tbat thereupon a summons Issued out of
said Circuit Court of Hock Island County,
wherein ssld suit In now pendinr. retnrosble
on tbe third Monday In the month of Scetein
ber next, as Is required by law. Now, un
less you. tbe aid nonresident de
fendant above named Edear Koboins shall
pert.nslly be and appear before said Circuit
Court of Kock It-land, oa tbe lirst dav of the
next term thereof, to be nolden at Bock Is
land In and for the said County and state, on
ton third Monday in tbe month of September
next, and pie d. acsweror demur to the said
coaplalnant's bill of complaint, the same and
tbe matters and things therein charged and
stated will be taken as confess-d. and a de-c-ee
entered against you according to the
prayer of said biil.
George W. Gamulb Clerk.
Roek Island. Til.. August 17. Iy01.
"McCa.sk kin & McCashkin, Complainant's So
licitors. Fabllcatlon Notice Chancery.
State ef Il'lnols, I
Rock Island County, f
In the Circuit Court, September term, A. D.
Home Building and tan Association vs. Mary
Jane Murray and Wiliiam 1L Murray, in
Affidavit of non-residence of tbe said Mary
Jane Murray and William H Murray Implead
ed with tbe above defendants baving been
tiled in tbe Clerk s office of lbs Circuit Court
of said County, notice is tterefore hereby
given to the ssid non-resident defendants that
i he complainant bled Its bill of complaint io
said Court, on the Chancery side thereof, on
the 2ttth day of December, litfxJ, ar-d tbat there
upon a summons tasued out of said Court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, returnable
on the first Monday in tbe month of May there
after, and tbat thereafter, to-wit: on tbe 13th
day or August. A. D. I0I, an alias summons
issued out of said Couit. wherein said suit is
now pending, returnable on the third Monday
in tbe month of September next, as Is by law
required. Now, unless you. tbe said non resi
dent defendants above named. Mary Jane
Murray and William II Murray, shall per
sonally be and appear before said Circuit
Court, on tbe brat day of - tne next term
thereof, to be holden at Rock Island In and
for tbe said County, on the tbird Monday in
September next, and plead answer or demur
to tbe said complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and tbe matters and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
a"- a decree entered against you according tc
irayer of saiJ bill.
Gcorgb W. Gamble, Clerk.
- 43k Island, nilno s, August 13. 1101.
JacmjOK & Uukst, Complainant s Solicitor.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of artificial
teeth, procure one of our thin
clastic plates or one of our
bridges, something that will
give you perfect satisfaction.
All work guaranteed and
lowest prices given.
Silver Fillings .... 50c
Gold Platina Alloy. . . .... 75c
Gold Fillings, $1 and up $1.00
Gold Crowns, fi and up.. .. 4. 00
Set of Teeth, 5 and op 5.00
Permanent location -
Office 1607 Second Avenue
Over Speldel's Drug Store.
SUCCESSFUL OPERA CAREER PRE'
OICTED FOR CHICAGO GIRL.
Women With Whist Face The
French Dressmaker Summer Ho
tel Etlqnette The Traveling; Roll.
To Itelleve Baldness.
Miss Ilelene Koelling of Chicago has
returned from Berlin crowned with the
laurels of several musical triumphs.
Miss Koelling is preparing for a career
in grand opera, and German musicians
of high authority predict a successful
career for her.
Miss Koelling is the daughter of Carl
Koelling, a well known musk-Ian and
composer of Chicago. She received her
early instruction in music from ber
IlEI. EVE KOF.LI.rXO.
mother, herself a pnpll of the Italian
master Francesco Lnmpcrti. In later
years the youug singer studied with
such teachers as Mine. Mareliesi in
Paris and William Shakespeare In Lon
don. During the past. two 3ears sho
has been a pupil of Mine. Ktelka
Gerster, one of the most famous inter
preters of graud opera. Miss Koelling
has a soprano voice of exquisite quality
and wide range. Chicago ltecord-
Women With Whist Fares.
Wo have all sorts of faces, all varie-
ties or countenances, tnat cet tbelr
recognized expressions from close np-
plication to some variety of straining1
employment. Now we have the "whist
ir ouu iu luu uiM, mjs me i. una-
Itself among the wo-
It is showing
men and comes from the whist club
habit, which Is rapidly growing, show-
ing Its strength not only at night, but
In the afternoons and even in the
mornings, associated with tea and wa
fers, chocolates and bonbons.
One expression of the whist face.
though, it Is said, and is told with an
effort. Is age. The women may shud
der at the thought, but the fact re
mains. Intense thought and daily rack
ing the memory to remember what
cards have Ih-cii played cannot but
deepen the face lines and hasten what
heretofore the women have left for
time to accomplish without their per
In the whist face you will see the far
away look, accompanied by arched lines
on the forehead, suddenly changing to
an expression of Inward contemplation,
associated with a tightening of the lips.
These expressions come from an acro
batic mind under training that consists
n leaping from the first lead. Jump by
jninp, over each successive play, to the
ultimate effect of the next play that
must le made, while keeping the men
tal eye on the accepted rules, not neg
lecting to observe and respond to sig
nals. Nature can recover from this sort of
thing when occasionally Indulged In.
but -when it becomes a habit, practiced
almost daily and sometimes for two or
more sessions a day. the expression be
comes fixed ami follows the wearer.no
matter what her thought or occupation
may be at tbe time.
The French Dressmaker.
Apropos of a receut paragraph about
French dressmaking establishments
and their methods a correspondent
writes to ask what salaries are paid to
the workwomen and what chance an
Vuierican would have of obtaining a
position In one of these "houses. We
have made inquiries and learn that a
woman cutter or fitter in one of the big
houses gets from $75 to $150 a "month.
forewoman on skirts and bodies from
$50 to $10O a month and a good sales
woman commands a minimum of $100.
Some with good appearance, persua
sive manners and a knowledge of Eng
lish get as much as $250.
In the humbler positions women are
no longer paid by the month or the
week, but by the day. so that in the
dull season the sewing woman is only
fitfully employed, and the consequent
misery Is the cause of the dissatisfac
tion which made a dressmakers' strike
possible. In addition to the positions
mentioned most of the designers for
the big Paris houses are women, as
many as 20 being sometimes employed.
Another Interesting element In the per
sonnel of these establishments are the
"models" or "mannequins." They are
the girls who put on the gowns when a
customer wants to make a selection.
They must have pretty faces, perfect
figures and an air of distinction. And
now a final word to fair readers to
whom this life In a large Paris estab
lishment appeals: Experience lu au
English or American establishment Is
an essential, and to have some friends
In Tarls may le said to be a necessity.
New York Commercial Advertiser.
gammer Hotel Etiquette.
The etiquette of a summer hotel in
the matter of making new friends is a
broad one. But It has its don'ts. Don't,
for example.; make the speaking ac
quaintance of a gentleman if you are
a lady unless there are ladles In his '
. - v v r I
fr-artr or unless he is Introduced by a
mutual friend. Don't go on little moon
light strolls with a new friend unac
companied by another lady or by a sec
ond gentlumnn. Don't form little par
ties iu which you are the only lady.
Don't but it 19 alnjost unnecessary to
Fpoak the caution lon't invite gentle
men in your room day or evening.
Dou't be inquisitive to your new ac
quaintances. Let tbem tell you what
they will of their family history, but
do not quiz or question them. Re
member you have not the privileges of
of an old friend. Don't become op
pressive with your attentions. IJcmem
ber that Mrs. A. may be away from
home for a rest nud may not desire al
ways to go walking with you. Don't
but of course you would not be so
rude borrow small articles, scissors,
curling tongs, etc., from your chance
friends. Dou't borrow liooks. Lend if
vou nleaso. but don't borrow back.
I Don't proirftse new Jaunts constantly,
j Many iorsons do not want to go to
tuis auiiuionui lip'""-. -uu uu i,
above nil things, dou't flirt. These are
! just a 'few of the don'ts for a summer
hotel. Hut the woman who will follow
them will find herself one of the most
popular women In the hotel, providing
the adds agreoableness to her virtues.
The Traveling: Roll.
An objection to using handsome
traveling basis and dress suit cases
tz j when on a Journey lies in the fact that
-they are usually heavy, oven when un
'"asV filled. A lightweight "roll."' as it is
ralled. is a prime convenience in travel
ing. It Is cot heavy and yet Is firm and
capacious. It opens out quite flat and
has a shawl strap handle firmly
stitched by the saddler to one end. The
J material of the roll is waterproof cloth
resembling the Scotch plaided tartans;
it is lined with brown canvas. The
roll,- undone, proves to lie the size of a
mat, either 7 Inches square or a
yard, according as you select the size.
Inside the roll holds two deep pockets,
each provided with envelope flaps
which buttou over them. The pockets
' run the full width of the roll and are
12 Inches deep usually. Dotwceu the
two pockets is a strip, like a socket. In
tended to hold two ha. .brellas or para
sols. The roll is strapped up when packed
1 oy means or me two iohr sirups m-
Wn.i t tha innr lnntiior lmmiio it u
very much lighter than a dressing bag
TV fall 111 fltlil ! mi imm1i !til f iCln
J cially to ladies traveling. "Women re-
1 ,1111m morn articles for iiressinir in rnin-
fort than a man. and their wrists are
not so strouir 11s his for handllnira suit
r iiressinc linu. Ilpuco'thev will I
Appreciate the value of the traveling '
To Relieve Baldness.
"No man or woman under 50 should
be bald, for up to that time the roots
are good, and where there are roots
there can also be hair." said a special
ist in the care of the hair.
"Hats make men's hair come out.
They wear their hats so heavy. The
scalp gets dry, then the circulation is
gone and the hair falls out.
"To relieve balduess the blood must
lie brought to the scalp. This Is done
by opening the pores by applying hot
towels at an even temperature until
the head Is as red as a tomato. Then
the head should 1k massaged with the
"Best olive oil. three ounces; almond
oil, one ounce; glycerin, one-half ounce;
rosewater. one ounce.
"Massage thoroughly with this and
then wash the head with a good sham
poo and warm water, but 110 soap.
Then close the pores by applying cool
towels to the head.
"This treatment. If carefully and con
scientiously followed, will make hair
grow on the most obstiuate heads if
the person is not over 50 years old."
"But only men are bald, madam.
Women are never bald, are they?"
"Women? Seldom entirely bald, but
their hair comes out In spots. This
treatment will relieve even spotted
"Men cut their hair too often. Cut
ting hair robs It of its strength and
causes It to fall out."
Counting Housewives Steps.
The New York State Household Eco
nomic association proposes to discover
how many steps a housewife takes In
It is estimated that 2.0OO steps make
a mile, and the proposition is to com
pute how many miles are covered a
day. by the housewife In the prepara
tion of her men hi and washing of
dishes. Considering l.ooo meals as the
average for the year, the mileage In
volved promises to be something stu
pendous. Members of the association have by
no means undertaken this labor as a
mere course of mental gymnastics, ine
puriiose In view Is to discover now
often two steps might serve Instead of
three and to use the statistics as a
basis of reform.
A prize should be offered for the best
method of reducing the duiiiIht of
these necessary steps on the part of
busy and overworked housewives. Re
versing the old saw, the man or woman
who makes two steps do where three or
four have heretofore lioen required de
serves a patent, a pension and a monu
ment or niche in the Hall of Paine.
Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette.
Two Queens Who Wear o Color.
In Europe Queen Alexandra has made
black popular, and Queen Wilhelmlna
has created a vogue for white.
I Circumstances have, of course, had
all to di with the choice of these nu-
,gust ladles, but It might Just as truly
lie bald that lovely Alexandra has made
tnauve and violet shades jiopular as
that sfce has proved how beautifully
and gracefully black may be worn, for
since her firstborn son's death she has
favored very little else.
The young qneen of the Netherlands
Is quite right to choose white, for noth-
Ing is mow suitable to one of the rich
est women in the world, who Is also
young and charming in appearance.
Since the took her own dressmaking
orders under her control Queen Wilhel
mina has commanded scarcely any
dress that is not altogether or nearly
wholly white. She is naturally fond of
embroideries, and these on many of
her dressvs take the form cf gold and
silver threadwurk. and of lustrous
silks, which in the hands of the ex
quisite needlewomen of Holland are
A Plain Voting Man.
The young woman in the daring hat
gazed condescendingly at the young
man with the meek expression.
"I IxJieve Mrs. Trellis said your
name was"-- she queried.
"Jones," replied the young man with
the nieck expression. "Just plain
Jones. No frills."
"Ah!" c:-:d the young woman in the
daring hat. "No tucks, uo embroidery,
as It were."
"No tucks nor embroidery," came the
prompt reply, "nor accordion plaiting,
nor openwork trimuiiu, nor applique,
nbr flutings, nor pipings, nor beading
strung through with riblon. nor hem
stitching, nor bolero effects, nor chiffon
flouncing, nor niousseline tie soie ruch
Ings, nor cluuy lace, nor bias bauds of
But the young woman In the daring
hat had subsided. The young man still
wore a meek expression. He thought it
unnecessary to tell her that he had live
sisters. Chicago American.
She hear.', him rummaging around in
the attle. Then his strident, raucous
topics came drifting down the stairs.
"Where In thuuderation." he growled,
"is that last summer's fedora shaped
straw hat o' mine?"
"The time has come," she murmured
hoarsely to herself, and then she
donned a fedora shaped straw hat that
was hidden behind the piano. It was
wrapped around with liberty silk, and
It looked bully on her fluffy hair.
"Here it is." she said when she got to
the top of the attic stairs. "I cleaned
It with lemon juice and fixed it for
myself. Saved you $17.33 for a sum
mer hat. Like It?"
Then the man was unreasonable and
churlish enough to storm and to de
mand of her when she intended to
begin wearing his shoes and smoking
Few married men have sense enough
to know when they've landed right.
A "song party" is one of the new
ideas for an afternoon's entertainment.
Each member should be asked to dress
so 11s to represent some popular or well
known song. The amusement lies in
guessing the names of the songs thus
chosen. At a recent parly "Two Little
Girls In Blue" was illustrated by two
small young women dressed exactly
alike. One guest in the costume of
Goethe's heroine, with long lira id hang
ing down her back, suggested "Mar
guerite." When the name of a song has
been gnessed correctly, the wearer of
that costume may take her seat, but
no one should be allowed to sit down
until her song has been guessed by at
least some member of the party.
Women's Clults This Fall.
Most clubs reassembling in the au
tumn devote their first meeting to an
Informal recital by the members of
their summer adventures. Last fall
a second meeting in many of these or
ganizations was given to Paris exposi
tion notes, and. this jear the Pan-Aineric-an
will be similarly treated.
Clubwomen Journeying anywhere have
cultivated the habit of observation,
and to the maxim applied to any Inter
esting experience. "When found, make
a note of It." Is added auother phrase,
"Keport !t at the club."
An Economical Qneen.
Much leloved by her people as Queen
Wilhelmlna is. It Is with some hesitan
cy that the Dutch admit her to be
"stingy," as spendthrifty Americans
would consider it. It Is related of her
that on the occasion of ber official visits
to Amsterdam, the capital of the coun
try, it was her habit to borrow for the
court dinners the table service neces
sary for the occasion in order to avoid
the cost of purchasing the china.
Every year sees an increase in the
work done by women in trttvlireetion
of household art, and demonstrates
their peculiar fitness for it. Aft inter
esting exhibit of work by English
women now in 11 studio In New York
contains some highly original pieces of
furniture, which is the latest field to
to be entered by woman.
Miss Ida May Jackson of Milwaukee
has leen appointed woman factory In
spector under a new law of Wisconsin,
and .will bo the first woman in the
state to take up official work of this
kind. Her grandfather was an editor
and she has bcn doing newspaper
work for a dozen years past.
Mrs. J. P. Ford of Manchester, Conn.,
has given $2,000 toward the erection of
the new dormitory and industrial hall
for the practical training of girl stu
dents at Mallalieu seminary. Kensey,
Ala. This building will provide facili
ties for 50 more to enter at the fall
The Massachusetts State Federation
of Women's Clubs will hold its regu
lar fall meeting In Springfield on Oct.
21) on the invitation of the members of
the local teachers' club. Education will
be the general subject for discussion.
Lady Alice Stanley, on whom Queen
Alexandra paid a call while staying at
Windsor, has hig been one of her
majesty's more intimate friends, as
well as a member of her new house
bold. - - -fil
Scrofula is an tm welcome legacy, but one which,
the children of blood poisoned parentage must
accept, with all its humiliating consequences. It is
an inheritance tbat makes one poorer; that brings
wretchedness and disease instead of health and
riches, for the child whose ancestral blood is tainted
with Scrofula or the loathsome virus of Contagious
n i .1 t- : . r i -i ... : .
siuuu x: uibuil 13 uiiuucu lur vac uruuuui uuua vi
life so Ion? as anv of the transmitted tioison remains
in its veins. Scrofula manifests itself in various forms; swollen glands about the
seek and throat, catarrh of the bead, weak eyes, tip bone disease, white swelling
and offensive sores and abscesses are familiar symptoms, attended usually witit
loss of strength, poor digestion and pale or bloodless complexion. The skin is
sometimes most dreadfully affected, eru jtions breaking out on all parts of the body.
Scrofula destroys bone, tissue and flesh ; no part of the human system escapes its
When nineteen years old, and about one year parnwhroriool
after the birth of mv first child, the elands on l are.nl3 wnose Diooa is pois-
tho left side of my neck beg-an to swell.
the plaoes were lanced and became open, running
ores; rising's came under ray left arm, and the
discharge was simply nwful. Iha doctors said I
Ziad the worst case of Scrofula they had ever
seen. X took iodide of potassium, but this nor
the other drugs given for this disease brought
relief. When the physicians advised me to have
the glands removed, I decided to try S. S. 8. A.
few bottles cured me completely; no signs of
the terrible disease are left.
XISS. SICHABD WASSOK,
Golden Corners, Ohio.
purity to the profoundly poisoned blood, and the rich, strong blood that is carried
to the swollen and diseased glands absorbs and destroys the tuberculous deposits.
and the painful, disfiguring sores and other evidences or Scrofula disappear.
S. S. S. should be begun immediately upon the appearance of the first symp
toms, or where there is a known predisposition to Scrofula. Our medical depart
ment will be found of great help to those who are struggling with this wasting
disease of heredity or any other blood trouble, and we invite you to write us.
Should you or any member of your family need advice, our physicians will cheer
fully give the information you desire, for which we make no charge. Book on
Blood and Skin Diseases free.
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beer that was brewed there
! was honest. That was fifty
I years ago. Today the mag-
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t forms a. monument to that
From the very beginning
the main object has been to
attain absolute purity. In
Schlitz beer pure yeast was
first introduced in America.
In the Schlitz brewery arc
j all the inventions men have
j made for protecting beer
Schlitz beer is even cooled
In filtered air; then it is fil
tered, then sterilized. It is
well aged to, avoid the cause
Ask your physician about
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tei IV 10c hr Clprs n a ten
It's Quality that Counts.
In Coal It's quality tbst makes hest, ta
Quality that retains It, lis quality tbat
manes possible consumption of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of it. leav
Iok a light, elesa nb: lastly, it's quality
that 1 Ksens your fuel bills you're not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburnables.
The coal we handle both hard and soft
deserres all tbe good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton wlU talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER. .
Four of oned by tlieirown misdeeds.
or who- themselves may be
suffering for the sins of some
remote ancestor, must re
store their own blood to its
normal purity and strength,
or they " cannot expect
healthy, robust children.
S. S. S. cures Scrofula, like
other diseases of a deep-
seated, constitutional charac-
ter. by restoring life
THE X-RAY MACHINE
EVERYONE INVITED TO SEE IT
Without One Cent of Cost,
Come and See It at Once.
Will Use the X-Ray in Exam
ining and Treating Patients.
DR. J .ALVIN HORNE'5 OUTFIT
A Static and X-Ray Machine A Val
uable Addition to His Equipment
of Modern Appliances Used in
Bock Island should feel that its
doctors are up-to date, and hereafter
there should be no heeitancy in the
matter of confidence in local physi
cians, and especially so with the ef
forts of Dr. J. Alin Home in equip
ping himself with facilities that will
enaole him to make examinations and
treat cases to much better advantage
than heretofore. While the doctor
was in Chicago recently he purchased
among a number of late appliances a
static and X-ray machine with all the
modern appliances that will enable
him to use the machine in the treat
ment of many patients. With the at
tachment of a set of imported tubes
and fluorosccpss and imported Bari-um-Platino
Cyanide screens he is
able to make an examination with X
rays tbat is positive as to tbe results,
and in this way he is able to treat pa
tients for diseases where physicians
without this machine could not al
ways k-cate the trouble. One of the
principal features of the machine is
its use for the treatment of tubercu
losis. Devoid of electrolytic act'on.
s?atic electricity chiefly manifests it
self as a regulator of functions. It
adjusts the normal action of the
heart, respiration, pulse, tempera
ture, oxidation, secretion, excretion.
It increases metabolism so that a per
son can absorb more oxygen, and the
improvement in nutrition is a vast
power for good, and alone suffices to
correct many morbid states; as gout,
rheumatism, neurasthenia, neuralgia,
anaemia and various symptomatic dt
rargements. In the X ray treatment of tubercu
lj9is the clothing of the patient is not
removed, yet the rays permeate evtry
j portion of the lungs and with ease ex
j poses all sides of the chest. Length
j of time of treatment varies from t to
This form of treatment has enred a
great many incipient cases and ma
terially benefitted great numbers of
those in the last stsges of this mala
dy. At the present time as
tounding result are being obtained by
the use of the X-ray treatment.
for the treatment of CANCER as well
as manv other diseases of this nature.
RHEUMATISM is also absolutely
cured by this means. It is of eepec
ial value to the general practitioner,
who is able to diagnose his cases per
fectly and then treat them for just
what the trouble may be.
It is worth one's while to call at
Dr. Home's office, room 51. Mitchell
& Lynde building, and examine th
machine and see wher j it might be of
benefit to you.
Dr. Home should be commended
for his enterprise in adding such a
costly machine to his well equipped
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