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fllE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1902.
Vinol Will Invigorate And
We Endorse and
We sell many tonics.
We liave demands for many so-called
We LanJle all kinds of remedies tlmt
claim to b invigorators. We dc thU be
cause we are druggists, ar.d It is ur
business to supply the public with that
whi h they want.
When our advice' in asked, however, as
to a tonic and rebuilder, strength creator
and an apatite producer, we invariably
recommend VinoL We do this because
we know all about VlnoL We know all
that it contains. We have sold enormous
quantities of it, and we have had every
opportunity offered; us to watch the re
Biilts that have been accomplished by the
use of this wonderful reconstructor.
If you have not yet had occasion to use
such a tonic we would like to have y..u
call on us, and learn why we are so en
thusiastic about this scientific remedy.
Viuol contains all the curative princi
ples in a highly concentrated state that
are found in cod livee oil. It does not
contain, however, any of the obnox
ious, digestion destroying grease that
alwavs proved to -be such a drawback
to what otherwise would have been a
ir.ost valuable remedy. We wish you
would remember Vinol, and bear in mind
that as a blod en richer and Heu creator
and as a wonderful aid t digestion, we
know of nothing that will com j-are with it.
Mrs. M. L. . Perkins, IJang-.r, Maine,
says: "I have only taken one bottle of
Vino!. I, therefore, am not in a position
to know the full extent of its beiielicial
action, but this one bottle has conviin-cd
me that Vinol i a marvelous tonic.
While ill this winter with giipi. a
f rieml told me alout Vinol, and leeom
mended it so highly that I procure! a
bottle. It bene'ited roe Wonderfu.ly,
and I believe that it possesses splendid
building up properties. The little I have
taken of it has convinced mo that in my
case it is most excellent.'
We endorse Vinol. We guarantee Its
action. Such is our f"!'h in ittnatwe
will gladly refund to anyone wto is nol
satisfied the price they tave raU fsr it.
Harper House Pharmacy.
"sest "for the
IP too hsven't a regular, healthy moTe-metot of the
bowet every you're III or m ill bt?. Kerp your
iMiweig otu, ftiiil be well. Frrc, In the fth-ki' t
Ttolftit pbysic T pill poison, i dinrernn. The
mi-'f btt. ea-tit. most prrfect way of keep tug
tbo bowels c.utir ana clean t to take
CAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant. Palatahl. Potent. Tt Oood. Do
Oood. Ncr Firk"Ti. Weaken crfini: in. 'JS and
to cent rT bo. Write for free sample, and book
let on health. AMrea 424
Sterling Rented? Company. Chicaoo or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Excursion at very
to manv points in the following terri
tory: Alabama, Florida, (it-orpia,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi,
.orth Carolina, South Carolina, len
nessee, and Virginia, over the
Big Four Route
MARCH 4 AND 18,
APRIL 1 AND 15
MAY 6 AND 20 "
For full information and particulars
as to rates, tickets, limits, stop over
privileges, etc.. call on Agents "Big
tour Iioute, or address the under
signed. WAKKKN .1. LYNCH. W- 1. UKI'I'K.
Oen. Pas-i.iTkt. Apt. Asst. G. P. & T. A
ALLEN M. XYK, T. P. A.
, Peoria. Illinois.
Rock Island & Peoria
Railway is the
To Points East, Southeast and
South, as Shown Below:
Lr Rock Island K OS am 145 pm
A r Peoria. 11 'JO am 4 51pm
Atlanta, Ga (ffO am 7 30 pm
" Bloom in k ton . 111.... -I ptn 6 pm
- Cnampalfrr. Ill 2 40 pm 8 M pm
" Cincinnati, O 8 U5 pm 7 10 am
" Decatur, 111.. 2 45 pm 9 0" pm
" " EvansvUle, In x 33 pm 8 C5 am
" Indianapolis, Ind.... 6 Oi pm 3 30 am
" Jacksonville, 111.... 3 45 pm 11 38 pm
" Jacksonville, Fla... 1 50 pax ? 50 am
"Louiavlle, Ky. II 10 pm 0 30 am
Muncie, Ind 7 48 pm 5 r am
" Mobile. Ala 4 15 pm 8 55 am
Memphis, Tenn..... 8 05 am 8 05 am
"Nashville. Teno.... 12 45am 0 05 am
" New Orleans, La 7 15 pm 7 15 pm
u Richmond, Ta 3 30 pm 8 10 am
Spring 8 eld. Ill 2 ?0 pm 0 10 pm
' St. Louis, Mo a v: pm 7 id am
Tcrre Haute. Ind... 5 30 pm 5 20 am
" Washington. D. C... 3 35 pm A 47 am
An additional Ftum(M Train leaves
Bock Island nt 7:35 p. m. and reach's
Peoria at 10:30 P-
E. L. G0FF, Agrent.
M. A. rATTERSOX, U. V. A.
The jiifstin as to who would lc
the f 11 1 n r oi'fiipii nt of tin Wads
vrth building, reeentlv vacated ly
the .louts l!ros. Overalls -oinp;iny
i settled by the finnoiiucfnient I hat
Will (J. Smith, the owner of the block
for the past year or two. is nhout to
remodel it for the use of W. S. Ilol
Wrook. The building- adjoins Mr. Hoi
brook's present furniture' house,
nnd his business having outgrown the
jiiarters which it has oeeiipied and
frnm 11 in. with steady additions, for
the past 23 years, Mr. llolbrook has
leased the Wadswurth block for 10
years more, and will move into it as
soon as it has been prepared for him.
City Clerk Smith has received a let
ter from ("hicafro enclosing the
eeptanee by the I'nion Klectrie Tele
irrapli A Telephoue company of the
ordinance a lit liori.in it to install a
new telephone system here. The ac
ceptance is dated 1T.2.", I'nity building.
7'. Dearborn street. Chicago. 111., anil
was signed by Xaiilain Hamilton,
president, and K. L. Worthaui, we
retary. The .Tiilius Lisclier Colored Republi
can club met at Armory hall Wednes
day evening. A resolution was adopt
ed indorsing' t lie present city admin
istration, and permanent organia
tjon was effected by the election of
the following officers: President.
John T. Mabry: vice president, Scott
Mfliaw; secretary. W. (J. Molt; treas
urer, l.tmlsay Pitts; assistant secre
tary, ISenjamin F. Hopkins; mem
bers of the executive board. M. How
ard. .1. II. Woodward and Alonzo
The annual election of the Iowa
Telephone company was to have been
helil yesterday but there was nothing
but a meeting of enough stock to ef
fect an adjournment to April IT.
Cencral Manager Smith left for Chi
cago on the noon train. President
C. K. Yost, of Omaha, is in ihe Mast,
.ind may not be back for some time.
tin account of alleged cruel treat
ment. Mrs. Minnie Clausseii has com
menced suit for divorce from her
husband. William Claiissen. Mrs.
Claussen was formerlv Mrs. Minnie
I. nke. and her only child is the
daughter of a former marriage, Vio
let I. like. She asks that she be
awarded possession of the child, and
be allowed to resume her former
name. She was married to the ile
fcuilaiit Nov. 21, WtO. and stales that
her husband's cruelty lias extended
to the point of drawing a razor upon
her and threatening to kill her. and
frequently making charges of in
Port Dyron. March V.'.. Mrs. Hun
ter, of Oneida, is visiting with her
parents. Dr. and Mrs. Lvford, and
Prof. K. .). Delano spent Saturday
and Sunday with Ilalph Heal at his
home in Zuiiia towiishrp.
The Fpworth league held its regit
lar business meeting in the league
room Thursday evening.
The W. C. T. I, will meet at the
residence of Mrs. llollister Thursday
There- was no school in the inter
mediate department of the hign
school Friday on account of the sick
ness nt the teacher. Miss Fave Wood
There was a party at the home of
Mr. i.nd Mrs. Sicllingcr Tuesdav even
ing in honor of their sou, Charles.
Supt. S. .1. Ferguson came to visit
:mr public .school Tuesday last.
(Quarantine has bee-n established
at the; residence of Den Sneidcr.
Mrs. .1. X. Keen came? Wednesday
last 011 a visit to her daughter. Mrs.
.1 F. Ohara.
The following attended the funeral
of Charles Adrian: .lulius Adrian, of
Elvvood. la; .1. A. Heeron. of Kxccl-
sior, Minn.; Adrnin Lenbaugh, of
Lost Xation, la.; Otto Koden, of Kl-
woimI; all were" re-Iatives of the de
ceased. The "Passion Play." the last of the
Star course, for which the people
have waited so long, is to be prodne-ed
March Ul. There is a cast in the
"Passion Play" of 700 ancient char
acters, including Christ and His dis
ciples, kings ami priests, soldiers and
civilians. These arc vividly repro
duced by moving p?ct tires, l,nnd de
scribed b an interesting lecture.
The death of Charles Adrain, f
Coe township, who was S2 years of
age, occurred at his home near Port
Dyron Tuesday last, the funeral ser
vices being held at his residence
Friday morning nt 9 o'clock. The
funeral was largely attended, the body
In-ing conveyed by boat to Davenport
Monday evening the degree team
of the Iloyal Xeighbors gave a lunch
in Woodman hall in honor of Miss
Anna Flaherty, of Sherrard. Miss Lla-
lierty was the guest of Mrs. Frnnk
It will be rememlered that Mrs.
Frank' Swisher went to Oklahoma to
her sister, Mrs. McIIoberts, nfter
the death of her husband from malig
nant scarlet fever and diphtheria. A
telegram has been received stating
that Raymond, second son of (ieorge
Melloberts, has ied from the same
disease, and other nietnliers of Mr.
McIJoberts family have had it.
The following fohrteen members of
Mbrecht lodge Xo. 307, K. of P., vis-1
fidelity against her. She snys lie has
money in the Oernian Savings bank,
and nsks for $j0 alimony and costs
The political situation is not clenr
Ing up to any great degree, silt hough
the conventions of loth parties are
getting closer. The disposition on
Ihe part of many of the republican
candidates who have ?een suggested
to make excuses and say they would
rather not run. is giving t he managers
of that party a good deal of worry.
They had a particularly fine list of
candidates' pretty well made up. and
these ileclinations have cracked the
slate In all directions, and it won't
le easy to put it together again. .
Word has come to friends in this
city of the death in Iis Angeles,
Cal.. last Monday, of Mrs. (ieorge Col
bert, whose recent home has been in
Marion. Intl., but who was formerly a
resident tf this city, her husband
being engaged in ice cream manufac
ture. Mrs. Collert left many friends
and acquaintances here who will le
sorry to learn of her death. She is
survived by her husband and si ste
ilanghter. Mrs. 1J. K. l!ay, of Marion.
Three scarlet fever cases were re
ported to City Clerk Smith yesterday:
Autoinie Hoelmer, ' years old. report
ed by Dr. l'.raunlich . at ' l.Vil West
Third strett; Francis White. 7 years
old. reported by Dr. DeArmand. at
.lid Fast Sixth street; and Lola Sala.
7-year-old daughter of W. O. Sala. re
ported by Dr. O. 1'. Sala. at IO b'ivcr-
iew I dace.
Architect .1. X. IJoss has let the con
tract for the building of a handsome
residence for 11. X. Karhart on Arling
ton avenue near Tenth street. W. I..
Crull got the contract, at a figure in
the neighborhood of $4,000. Mr. Koss
is also drawing plans for a block of
four houses that the Tremont im
provement company intends to erect
near Tremont avenue and Tenth
T i more smallpox cases were re
ported to the health department yes
terday. The patients, are little F.dna
Kahler. 1207 Hamilton street, and
Michael Malone, aged --in years, of
1220 West Second street.
"Yellow" Allen was bound over to
the. grand jury yesterday by Magis
trate Finger, for vagrancy. He ap
plied at the police station some lime
ago. asking 1o be sent to jail to re
cover from an attack of tremens with
which he was threatened. lie was
obliged with a short term. Since
then his liberty has been restored,
and last evening he abused it by
chewing the nose of Herman Kroeg
er with whom he been me involved in
an altercation in a saloon., Kroeger
From the Suburbs.
ited lliverside lodge in Cordova Mon
iliiv night: .lohn Schafer. K. M. Sav
age. Frank .iegler. William Schafer,
Frank Morgan. Frank Ohara. (Ieorge
Setcr. Charles Yogler, William Vg
ler. (ieorge Xewton. W. A. Ohara.
William Filbert, .1 r.. . I ulius Linke. and
W. D. Hall. The object of the visit
was to assist in degree work and to
partake of a bountiful supper which
was served in Stockwell's hall. The
visitors were royally entertained.
One of the Port Dvron lime kilns
wns started Thursday.
II. (!. Hiding and Lydia Ashdown
were married at the Methodist par
sonatfc Wednesday, March .". nt 4:30
p. 111.. Ilev. .1. C. Craine officiating.
A change is contemplated in the
tracks of the Milwaukee road so as
to take out a , certain curve. It is
said. too. that the depot is to be re
moved and it has been suggested
that it 1m brought nearer the busi
ness part of town. ,
Victor Carlson recently sold 10
head of steers, mostly yearlings, in
the Chicago market for $Wn. Il
was offered $i'.7 for the same bunch
of cattle about four months ago, but
decided he would feed them himself
a little longer and the above shows
When the ice went out four barrels
of fltfh, about 1.10 in number, we're
caught at one draw of the seine at
the usual fishing place in the south
ern part of town.
Sunday at noon at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Walther, in Coe township. occurred
the marriage of their daughter,
Clara, to Albert Schafer. The cere
mony was performed by Itev. Mc-
Cormick, of Hillsdale, and it was wit
nessed by fifty invited guests. The
wedding inarch was played by Miss
Coldie Ashdown. The bride nnd
groom were- recipients of many hand
some gifts. After the ceremony the
guests were invited to the dining
room where n sumptuous wedding
feast was in waiting.
Andalusia, March 13. A. E. Sim
mons was in Kock Island on business
The ferry 'is making regular trips
to lEuffalo again.
The button factory has closed down
The central examination of public
school pupils in District Xo. 2 will
be held here Friday, March 14.
A little daughter arrived at the
home of Hubert .lohnson last week.
Miss .losephine Strohmeier spent
several days in Hock Island last week
visiting with Mrs. Mosher.
The revival services held nt the
Baptist church closed last week. Mr.
was fined $1 and costs. Allen is an
old tinier here, the son of an old fish
erman who has lived In IJucktown for
years and who was stabbed a year or
tvo ago, his life being saved- by the
fact that he was so fat thut the
blade could not reach a vital part.
F. M. Day, division freight agent of
the Itock Island, sliped" and fell
heavily while in Muscatine, rendering
him unconscious for a time. His head
was severely jarred, but he was not.
Patrick Dennett, a stone mason, fell
into tiie river from the ferry dock
yesterday about 4 a. in. His cries at
tracted the attention of some of the
officers and railroad men in the vi
cinity. They fished Vr. Dennett out
and sent for the wagon to convey
him to a place where he might get
dry. Paradoxical as it may seem, it
was his effort to keep from being dry
that hud most to do with his becom
ing wet. In other words. Put hud been
imbibing a little too freely for such
an early hour in the morning. It a
Kars that he intended to take the
ferry to Kock Ma ml. When he dis
covered the boat ' was not making
trips, he started to walk across and
save his nickel.
An interesting document was filed
in the recorder's office yesterday in
the form of an ante-nuptial agree
ment between .lohunn Carsten and
l.izie .lanscn. who on the 4lli day of
December last were contemplating
matrimony and who, iji view" of the
fact that Iheir union was about to
be solemnized, made contract ihat as
long as they should be married and
both should live their property
should be to each other as though
they were unmarried; that if Mr.
Carsten should die first, then there
should be paid to his widow, within
six months, the sum of $::.ooo. and
there should be given to her the hoijs
hold goods, a horse and buggy and
one cow. If she should be Ihe first
to die, when her husband surviving
her should die. her two daughters
should come in for the money and
the goods which would have been
Yesterday afternoon at .') o'clock,
at his home. '.Hit Farnam street, oc
curred the death of Thomas (iuinan.
He was 71 years of aire, anil was born
in County Clare. Ireland, lie had
lived in this country for 4S years and
for the past 12 had been a resident
of Davenport. The survivors are his
wife. Klleu, and three sons and one
daughter. The daughter is Sister
Mary Angeina, of Moliue. mother su
wrior in a Catholic school there.
The funeral will be held Saturday
morning, with service at ! o'clock at
the S:wcred Heart cathedral, and in
terment at St. Marguerite's cemeterv.
and Mrs. Xeucrt made manv warm
II. (I. Thompson, William Stroh
meier nnd son. Lewis, started for
Doston Day Tuesday morning on
Sheldon I.ubv arrived in town Mon
day to take charge of the engine on
the steamer Clipper. The Cliper in
charge of ("apt. T. W. Simmons went to
Hock Island and Davenport Tuesday
morning. She will make daily trips
until April 1.
March ( was general moving day in
Andalusia. (I. K. Spickler moved into
the property lately purchased of
Thomas Catherall, who moved to the
proerty he had bought of .lohn Deau
mont. The Deaiimonts moved into
the house fofmcrly occupied by Mr
Spickler.' Ora Heath moved to Tay
lor nidge, where he has built a new
home and (Ieorge Herbert moved into
the house vacated by Mr. Heath.
Foster, March 13. Hev. W. F. Ket
lelkamp and sister received n tele
gram from ocomis, HI., last Thurs
day stating that his aunt was lying
Miss Carolyn Spickler spent several
days wilh her friemS, Miss Van Cent,
of Muscatine, last week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Feldman de
parted for Itanium, la., Monday to
attend the nuptials of a neice and
list Wednesday, the 5th, occtirred
the wedding of Miss Minnie Keller to
Archie Dowser at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert
Keller. Hev. Shepherd, of Sheffield,
III., performed the ceremony in the
presence of a few relatives and im
mediate friends. After congratula
tions the bridal party and guests pro
ceeded to the dining room, where a
sumptuous repast was served. The
bride is the eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Keller and Tins many friends
who hold her in the highest esteem.
Mr. Dowser is a graduate of the Mus
catine high school nnd has for sev
eral years been a successful teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. Dowser will be at home
to their friends rffter April 1, on a
fnrm belonging to the bride's father.
The heartiest, congratulations and
lost wishes are extended by a host
The Misses Lucy and Kate Watson
cnertnincd a few' of their friends
last Wednesday evcnTng. Crokinole
was the feature and several amusing
games were indulged in. At n late
hour the guests departed voting that
a very pleasant evening had been
spent.. Light refreshments were
The democrats of Moline in mass
convention last evening nominateel
for alderman in the First ward .lohn
Day; Second ward, Diehard Koss;
Third ward. Peter Kail; Fourth ward,
C. F. Host; Fifth ward, John- Creutz;
Sixth ward. John Larson, ami Seventh
ward Andrew Lindgren. For silpe-rvis-ors
I. D.. Dee s. Charles (Irant and
Charles Dennell were put up. M. 11.
Cedarburg was nominated for asses
sor. Codfrey Tubah for Collector and
for police magistrate .lames McDur
ney. The people's parly held ward
caucuses and there were nominated
for aldermen C. A. Darnard in the
First; . I 1 1 11 P.ngstrom in the Second;
Herman Abrahamsoii in the Third;
Clans Anderson in the Fifth; IM
Coryn in the Sixth and Frank (iustaf
son in the Seventh. Tin- nomination
for alderman in the Fourth was left
with the ward committee.
Still greater manufacturing inter
ests are in store for Moline. Piano
manufaciituring is to be added to
that of the Moline Cabinet Organ
company's products, and already the
work has been undertaken. Krick
Larson, who is an expert in the line
of piano making, ha arrived for the
purpose of directing the new branch,
and the' importance and scope of the
factory will be considerably increased
by this new department. It is un
derstood that Mr. Larson has also se
cured fi financial interest in the fac
tory here, and that the capital stock
of the concern will be increased to
that extent. Changes in the interior
arrangement of the factory at Sev
enth street an 1 Fourlh avenue are
being made to accommodate the new
The citizens caucus in South Mo
line township Wednesday evening or
ganized by electing ('. I". Stone chair
man siiid i. L. Peterson secretary.
The following ticket was nominated:
Supervisor, .lohn II. Thornton; clerk.
Charles A. Lolling; assessor, W. C.
Wilson; collector. Albert Dergholtz;
commissioner of highways. Fritz Ma
son; township committee. Henry
Miller, chairman; Oscar Derklund, Kl
mer Simpson, City .lamiesoii.
Architects P.orgolte & Wells are at
work on plans for the remodeling of
th Moline Xational bank iiarters at
Fifteenth street and Third avenue.
The plans call for the removal of the
Third avenue entrance entirely and
the substitution of a window in its
stead. In place of one of the win
dow's opposite the cashier's window of
the present epiurters of the Moline
Savings bank a new entrance will be
cut. The additional space to be
gained by lining away with the Third
avenue entrance will be enclosed by
an extension of the present partition
an I there the cashier's window and
desk will be located. Other changes
in the interior "include a new tile
tloor. probably and a new and hand
somely ornamented ceiling.
Miss Uuby Sleight, who is attend
ing Xort h west ern university, arrived
in the city Wednesday night to spend
a two weeks" vacation at home.
The City Steam laundry is 1o have a
new home on Fourth avenue, next to
the Firkins Swanson dye shop.
'The contract was let yesterday to C.
C. Xorth to construct a brick and
stone structure. 2:s.s2 feet in dimen
sions, the contract price being about
2..-H. 'The proprietors propose to
equip the building with all the appur
tenances of a modern laundry. Work
will soon be begun on the building.
A definite plan for the organization
of the Scandinavian Mutual Aid asso
ciation has been prepared by the spe
cial committee of tiftecn appointed
for this purpose and it will be recom
mended to the association for adop
tion at the special meeting to be
held in Oalesburg in April. 'The com
mittee of four of which .1. D. Oak
leaf was a member appointed to
devise a medium plan from the widely
varying figures of .1. A. Cederlierg.
of Minneapolis, and Actuary Vale re
ported at a meeting of the general
committee in Chicago yesterday. The
obstacle to overcome was a leveling
of the figures of the actuary and the
raising of the Cederberg figures, the
two representing maximum and mini
mum estimates. Mr. Cederberg was
summoned before the special com
mittee and was. prevailed on to raise
his rates 40 per cent, bringing up the
total reserve to be realized from
$1,000.01(0 to $1,750,000 with the pres
ent reserve1 and money on hand.
It Influence Hail Iteen Ilt ly So Many
Kork Inlnnd Kcshlentft- '
The soothing- influence of relief af
ter suffering- from itching piles, from
eczema or any itchiness of the skin,
makes one feel grateful to the rem
edy. Dunn's Ointment lias soothed
hundreds. Here's what one Kock Isl
and citizen savs:
F. A. Scott, of 2500 Fifth-a.id-
a-half avenue, retired farmer, says:
"I tried various remedies, but never
pot any permanent relief until 1 used
Doan's, Ointment. I saw it was es
pecially recommended for my trouble
and g-ot a box at. Marshall & Fisher's
drug' store. It worked like a charm.
and stopped the intolerable itching1
almost immediately. I continued the
use of it for a short time, and was
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Iiuffalo,
New York, sole agents for the LT. S.
Remember the name Doan's and
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sure those who treat with us in the
future that they will recehe the
same treatment that lias been a suc
cess in our hands for over "0 years.
We don't have to experiment with
new fads to find a cure for ehronic
diseases. lSecause our system of
treatment is absolutely perfect.
Office, McCuIlough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WaJsh.
rT7PM vr: marph Awn afrii.
The Rate trom Tri-Uities Will Be
$31.00 TO CALIFORNIA
$30.00 TO OREGON
VIA ROCK ISLAND ROUTE.
DoLily Tovirist Car To
LOS ANGELES, SAN JOSE AND SAN FRANCISCO Via
EL PASO SHORT LINE
(Personally Conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays.)
Personally Conducted Tourist Cars to California and Oregon
Tia Colorado and Scenic Line, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
RATE FOR DOUBLE BERTH 6.00
Low One Way Rate to Other Western Points.
For tickets, reservation, etc., call on or telephone C, 11. I. & P.
1!. It. Agents at Davenport, Rock Island or MoliW.
Don't BUi Wall Paper
Until you have seen our line. Burlaps, Crepes,
Oriental. Tapestries, Ingrains, Varnished. Tiles. All
he latest effects in "Wall Papers.
Paridon & Son,
Telephone 4753. . . . 419 Seventeenth Street.
irfVI"7" TOBACCO SPIT
LiJIM 1- f M OKE
1 r Your Llfeawayl
You can be cared of any form of tobacco uinir
easily, be made well, strong, tnaenrtic, full of
new life and vigor by taking UO-TO-BAC,
that makes weak men strong. Many gain
ten pounds In vn days. Over 5 00,000
cured. All drugpist. Cure Ruarauured. Book
let ana aavice rkEn. Address STgRl,IN3
RMDY CO, Chicago or New York. 437
Combines the lfc-givin,
cf t'.-.o juice cf the r;rapc,
v.iili ".its nr.il hcrbr.. It
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r.iurc's own tonic, nnd
n (1 iic-3U3 in tacto r.3 it
i.-. 1 Ic.ir.r.r.t in tliectc. It is
an iJcd medicine.
h CRUSHED FRUIT
It in cr.peciallv efficacious
are apparent from the first dose.
ttgfrgfrft ft 300000 Bg
U J 3 fA
therefore it cannot be improved
i:i.i:ctkictty is the most row-
IlKlT'h CuiMlhe Ajren't known
in all Diseases Peculiar to Women.
Catarrh, Xervous Kxhaust ion. Khenm
atism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Constipa
tion, Nervous Dyspepsia, Packacue,
Palpitation of the Heart, etc.. etc.
HTl SPECIAL SYSTEM of treat
ment will cure you of Nervous Debil
ity, Threatened Insanity. Piles, Loss
of Will Power. Exhaustive Drains,
Sleeplessness, Lost Manhood, Defec
tive Memory. Stricture, Syphilis, and
all lllood and Kidney Diseases.
VARICOCELE cured in from one to
Only curable cases taken. Tf you
cannot call, write. Hundreds cured
Hours, 9 to 32 a. in.. 2 to 5 and 7 to
S p. m. Sunday, 11:"0 to 1:30 p. m.
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Is an Antiseptic Healing Fcwacr
Heals Cut. Wounds. Burn ind Scildt f X
witnaut a scar, za cenia. urugguu