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THE AEGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1902.
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110 X-RAY EXAMINATION P : : :
There Is nothing' more distressing
in this world than the multitude of
ills and weaknesses peculiar to wo
men. They ire myraid in number
and as numerous in the characteris
tic they display. Men, lcing differ
ently constituted, cannot understand
these female complaints and perhaps
they arc not to he blamed for appar
ent indifference to them. But what
is worse than to nee a young- woman,
just in the budding process, tied down
by weaknesses, by pain indescribable,
by sensations mat drive the patient
almost wild. Thousands of women
have suffered in this way, uncom
plaiuiugly or complainingly, as
may be their nature. and
thousands are still suffering.
From the time they enter upon real
womanly life until their hair is gray
anil their steps enfeebled by advanc
ing age, they go through tortures be
side which those of the inquisition
were mild. In some cases they are
treated with the utmost sympathy
Jin I relatives and friends do all in
their power to alleviate the suffering
and to make them forget their pains.
For such sufferers 1 have a message
of comfort ami a method of escape.
Electricity and Nature's remedies
are my treatment. I use nothing
but nature's own methods. The hor
rors of the knife and the sealol arc
relegated to the background as being
no longer necessary.
TIIKIIK IS A KKJIKIlY
For the human nervous system out
f order just as there is for the rail
way. When the wires are down or
cla ssed or the battery is displaced
workmen do not begin pouring poison
down the track into the cars. They
attack the wires themselves. That is
just -what I do. l.y my electric treat
ment I restore t he nervous cquili briiim
and son the hectic fluh or the pale
and womoiit look make way for the
reappearance of the color of health.
Veak women again see something in
life be.-ide pain and torture. By my
method of electric treatment there is
almost instant relief and in a short
time complete recovery. Do not de
lay and suffer longer, but consult me
free of charge, including X-Ray ex
.Every form of trouble resulting
from indiscretion or disease, treated
scientifically. Loss of ambition, fail
ing memory, loss of will power,
sleeplessness or any other condition
line to nervous exhaustion brought
on by breaking the laws of nature.
Consult the doctor on these points.
.Ml business confidential. Names of
patients and their troubles never pul
lished except by request of the patient
who has leen cured.
J. ALVIN HORNE. M. D..
And Associate Phvaiclan. Rooms . so. '51.
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day 9 to II a. tn.
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Consult Dr. Walsn. the Celebrated Specialist
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Dr. WaJsh Cures When Others Fadl
That have become chronic; that make Men weak, nervous and des
pondent; that poison your blood and produce eruptions on your skin; that
sap and drain your vitality; that rob you of your ambition and will power,
exhaustive drains, sleeplessness; nervous debility and lost manhood;
that cause Women to suffer from neuralgia headache, indigestion, consti
pation, and nervous exhaustion; that if neglected will permanently destroy
Is a frequent cause of nervous debility. Why treat months with others
when we can guarantee you it icrfect cure in from 1 to 3 treatments.
Electricity scientficully applied in the treatment of catarrh, paralysis,
piles, kidney, stomach and liver diseases.
ONLY CURAHLE CASES TAKES. If you cannot call, write. Hundreds cured "by
mail. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m . 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.: Sunday, ll:30to 1:30 p. m.
Office, McCullough Building, 124 West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WaJsH.
How Mrs. Brace, a Noted Opera
Singer, Escaped an Operation.
Proof That 3Iany Operations
for Ovarian Troubles are Un
necessary. " Dear Mrs. Pixkham : Travelling
for years on the road, with irregular
meals and sleep and damp beds, broke
down my health so completely two
years ago that the physician advjsed a
complete rest, and when 1 had gatped
MRS. U. BKLCE.
snfficient vitality, an operation fot
ovarian troubles. 5s ot a very cheerful
prospect, to be sure. I, however, 'ivas
advised to try Liytlla Tl. lMnkliam'S
Vegetable Compound and San
ative Wash ; I did so, fortunately
for me. Before a month had passed I
felt that my general health had im
proved ; in threo months more I waa
cured, and I have been in perfect
health since. I did not lose an engage
ment or miss a meal.
Your Vegetable Compound is cer
tainly wonderful, and well worthy, the
praise your admiring friends who have
been cured are ready to give you. I
always speak highly of it, and you
will admit I have good reason to do
so." Mrs. G. Bruck, Lansing, Mich.
95000 forfait if abova tastJmonial it net ganuln.
The fullest counsel on this
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cost by writing to "Mrs Pinkham,
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tor Cigars not aogoodtte
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FR E E Sample Copy of
SANITARIUM HEALTH JOURNAL
Contains rules for care of sick people. 'Sug'
pesuens for diet, useful domestic prescriptions
(or various ailments and other valuable hints.
A practical guide to health. Write today to
GALLSBIRG SANITARIUM. Calesburf.IIl.
Estate of Wilbelm Tbleice. deceased.
Tue undersigned nTica oeen appointed ad
mlnlstrator of the estate of Wllnel-n Thleme,
late of toe county of Rock. Island, state oi
Illinois, deceased, hereby (rives cot.ee that b
wlil appear before the county court of Rock
Island oouaty, at the county court room, to
the city of Rock Island at the July term
on the Brst Monday In July next, at which
time all persons baring claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this i6.h day of May. A. D. 1902.
Otto Gottsi h. Administrator.
Swimit & Walk eh. Attorneys for Admin
a - . ?
John Shaughnesscy, otherwise call
ed "Doc, who was exonerated by the
coroner's jury1 Tuesday of any con
uection with the death of I'ert Hons
ton, the man who broke his neck in
a fall at the liruhn saloon, has de
elded to forswear the business of
bartender. "1 will never sell a drop
of liquor in my life again, because it
was the cause of that mans death
said he. Houston" remains have
been buried at Oakdale.
"It you are ever caught on East
Fifth street again," said Magistrate
Finger to Elia Messenger in police
court vesterdav inorniny. "I will
lock you up for 30 days. I am deter
mined to keep that street clear, if I
have to close up every house and
every saloon . along that thorough
fare. I myself have seen evidences
of immorality when passing along
that way at night. It must stop.
will fine you $5 and costs, and if you
ever are found on Fifth street again
Fit add :0 days to it."
lr. Edward F. Strohbehn .reported
a case of smallpox at I.'lll Union
street Tuesday. The patient is Tom
O'lJrien, 34 years of age.
Anthony Ilruha, ex-deputy city
treasurer, who burst a blood vessel
in his right knee at it base ball game
several weeks ago, is able to be out
lira in with the aid of a cane. When
able to go on duty he will accept
responsible position with the Snyder
Dorgan real estate agency.
Cards arc out announcing the mat
riage of Mary Eoretta Malum
Thomas .1. Keeler of Kansas City.
wholesale grocer of that place. The
interesting ceremony will be held
.June 17th at St. Mary's church at
Dr. II. V. r.raunlich. who for many
weeks hovered between life and
death suffering from septic poison
mg. has at last been declared con
valescent. The doctor leaves his bed
dailv, and is able to walk short dis
tances about the house, although he
is still confined within doors. This
news will cause rejoicing among his
many friends. The status of Frank
Siebke. the unfortunate fireman of
Hose , who has been a sufferer for a
lonirer time that Dr. J'.raunlich. is
somewhat improved, and his friend
are now hopeful of his recovery, lloth
of these cases are particularly in
teresting to the public because of
the conditions in which both patients
contracted their diseases the doctor
in operating upon a patient, and the
fireman while fighting flames at the
IJettemlorf plant at its fire last io.
Imitations to the exercises of com
meiicement week at St. Katharine
hall have been issued, these cxer
cises begin with school Sunday, which
will be observed at (Jrace cathedral
.June 8, at 11 a. in., on which occasion
the school sermon will be delivered
by Kev. O. XV. Hinkle, of Steulienville
(. On the following evening, Mon
day. dune I, there is to be a concert
at Library hall by the vocal depart
meiit of the school. Tuesday. .Mine
10, at St. Katharine's, the closing ex
ercises of-the school will take place
at 10 o'clock. That same evening the
senior class will hold its reception at
the hall. The graduating class of
this year is ten in number,-and its
members are these: Helen Podge,
Lillian Price, Anne Harrington Hoyt
Marguerite Kaquet, Margaret Mabel
Manker, Mabel Laura- isweanngen.
Alice Lucille Ormshy. Edna Crace
Tallin!. Elsa Certrude Petersen, Helen
At Mercy hospital yesterday occur
red the death of Henry Kahl, tine of
the best known excavation cunt rue
tors in the city. The deceased was
years of age and was a native of
tiermanv. He came to this country
and to this city 52 years ago. when
but 3 years of aire, and had resided
here ever since. Iast .January Mr,
Kahl. while at work in his stable, had
a foot steppeil on by one of his horses.
The little toe was crushed, but only
home, remedies were applied. Later
the member began to grow trouble
some, and the pain lecame so great
that a physician was consulted. Itbod
oisoning set in which rapidly chang
ed to gangrene, and a week ago the
patient was removed from his home.
WJ0 Jmhard street, to Mercy hos
pital, where amputation was resorted
to in the hope of saving his life. Hut
the surgical attendance came too late
and at 1 o'clock yesterday morning
Mr. Kahl succumbed. The deceased
is survived by his wife, Mary, five
daughters, Mrs. William Vogel. and
Misses Mary, Amelia, Stella and Lil
lian at home, and five sons, John. Will
iam, Henry, Jr., Charles and Joseph,
all of this city. The funeral occurred
this morning from the Holy Family
Nels Iicnson, aged CO years, was
found dead in his room in the rear of
227 Iowa street last evening.
Florizel Ileuter gave a farewell vi-
lin recital at the Hurt is last evening,
expecting soon to sail for Europe.
fire took place a-t 3:30 yesterday
afternoon within a hundred feet of
the central fire station. A long shed
in the rear of the building to the east
of the station became ignited in some
way. not known. The firemen were
engaged in- washing out the lower
part of the building at the time the j
report came. The hose carts were in
the street. They were quickly man
ned and a couple of streaans turned
on the flaming shed, with the result
the blaze was put out in a very short
time. The damage was nominal.
ARE DELAYED BY RAIN
Following is the Illinois crop bul
letin for the week ending May 27:
"The past week has generally been
favorable for the growth of crops.
The weather has been abnormally
warm and showery conditions have
prevailed most of the week. Over
much of the northern anil part of the
central district the rain has been
heavy and has delayed farming oper
ations considerably. In a few lo
calities the rain was so heavy as to
do considerable damage by washing.
In general, however, the results have
been highly beneficial. In the south
ern district the rains have been
lighter, and still more rain is needed
over most of that district and in
parts of the central district. In some
localities in the southern district the
ground is still very dry. In those
parts of the central and southern
districts in which the decidedly
druuthy condition was noted last
week good rains hate fallen. Hail
occurred at n few places, and caused
some damage, but the damage was
not serious. As a result of the fav
orable conditions prevailing during
the week, the average condition of
crops, especially in the southern part
of the state, shows a decided im
provement over that of last week.
In the northern and central districts
and in part of the southern district
the injury from previous unfavorable
weather has not been entirely re
paired by recent favorable weather,
though there has been considerable
improvement. A few correspondents
report injury to the crop by chinch
bugs. A great deal of wheat is now
headed. The condition of rye is gen
erally very good. As a rule the crop
of oats has improved decidedly dur
ing the week, though in parts of the
central district and over much of
the southern district the condition is
only fair. More rain is needed for
this crop in the southern district.
There has lxen some injury by chinch
bugs in the central and southern dis
tricts. Corn planting has been de
layed by heavy rains in the northern
district, arid in some localities con
siderable of it remains to be planted.
In the central and southern districts
practically the entire crop is now in
the ground. The crop is generally
coming up to a good stand and much
of it has been worked over the first
time. Cultivation has, however, been
delayed to some extent in the north
ern part of the state ly wet ground.
Ilroom corn planting is progressing
under favorable conditions. Except
in a few localities meadows and pas
tures are in good condition in the
northern anil central districts, in
the southern district the condition is
not so good, though there has leen
some improvement. IJardcit truck
and potatoes are generally making
good growth. The condition of the
fruit crop is very uneven. In some
localities it is good and in others
pour. In many places apples and
small fruits are dropping. The jx-ach
crop is generally light. Considerable
injury to orchards from worms and
insects is reported."
Yearn of SulTerlnor.
"At the end of the campaign
writes Champ Clark, Missouri's bril
liant congressman, "from overwork
nervous tension, loss of sleep and
constant speaking 1 had about utter
ly collapsed, it seemed that all the
organs in my body were out of order
but three bottles of Electric Bitters
made me all right. It's the best all-
around medicine ever sold over
druggist's counter." Over-worked
run-down men and weak, sickly wo
men gain splendid health and vitality
from Electric Hitters. Try them
Only 50c. Guaranteed by iiartz &
Traveling Is ltaoareroan.
Constant motion jars the kidneys,
which are kept in place in the body
by delicate attachments. This is the
reason that travelers, trainmen,
street car men, teamsters and all
who drive very much suffer from kid
ney disease in some form. Foley s
Kidney Cure strengthens the kidneys
and cures all forms of kidney and
bladder disease. George H. Hansen,
locomotive engineer, Lima, Ohio,
writes: "Constant vibration of the en
gine caused me a great deal of trou
bio w-ith my kidneys, and 1 got no re
lief until I used Foley's Kidney
Cure." For sale by all druggists.
Mother Gray's Street Powders
For children. Mother Gray, for years
a nurse in the inildren s Home in
Jew i orK, treated cniidren success
fully with a remedy, now prepared
and placed in the drug stores, called
Mother Gray's Sweet . Powders for
children. They are harmless as milk,
pleasant to take and never fail. A
certain cure for feverishness, consti
pation, headache, teething and stom
ach disorders, and remove worms.
At all druggists. 25c. Sample sent
free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le
Roy, N. Y.
Don't Accept a Substitute !
When you ask for Cascarets be
sure you get tne genuine Cascarets
Candy Cathartic! Don't accept
fraudulent substitutes, imitations or
counterfeits! Genuine tablets stamp
ed C. C. C. Never sold in bulk.
All druggists, ioc ,
The democratic ward caucuses are
to be held Friday evening, June C.
Graham Post, G. A. 1L, this year
has charge of the memorial cere
monies which are held annually in
conjunction with August Wcntz post,
of Davenport, at the National ceme
tery on the arsenal island. These will
take place in the afternoon, the post
holding appropriate ceremonies at
Yesterday at the high school the
members of the sophomore class pre
sented the farce entitled "Which Is
Which?" which proved such a success
when they gave it several weeks ago.
After they had finished Herbert Put
man, president of the sophomore
class, in a few well chosen words
presented the high school with a
beautiful arm chair as a memento
of the class and it was accepted by
Principal Heil in the name of the
Notice was received by Attorney S.
XV. Odell by wire yesterday from E. 11.
Cox. representative of the liarber
Asphalt company to drop the pro
ceedings for injunction to prevent
the Conway Asphalt company from
laying ine pavement on heventn ave
nue. Word to this effect also came
to Mayor Wesscl from Mr. Cox, and
the understanding is that the two
companies have, gotten together in
Chicago and patched up their differ
ences. The abandoning of the pro
ceedings is generally taken to mean
that the Harber people have given up
the fight for the contract, but from
other sources it is hinted that the
Harber company has made a dicker
with the Conway company through
which the Harber people remove this
competitor from the local field and
will do the Seventh avenue work.
The first view is regarded ihe most
reasonable in the light of the fact
that the Conway company has put up
a bond of $2,000 with Mayor Wesscl
as a guarantee on the contract
Miss Kdith J. It-oomhall, one of the
high school faculty, left yesterday
for New York, from where she will
sail for Liverpool and thence to Lon
don to witness the coronation exer
cises. Invitations have been issued by
Anna C. Ostium! of 1015 Fourteenth
avenue for the wedding of her daugh
ter. Miss Mabel C. Ostium! to August
E. Lindbcrg. It will take place on
Wednesday evening. June 4.
The home of Frank Q. Johnson at
::5G Seventh street was very badly
damaged yesterday by a blare which
was started by the explosion of a gaso
line stove. When Mrs. Johnson ap
plied the match the explosion occur
red. The kitchen was in a blaze al
most immediately and before the de
partment arrived it had worked its
way up to the attic. The rear of the
house and the upstairs were charred
and smoked. .Ninny clothes were
ruined as well as the furniture and
other articles. The damage will be
upwards of The house is insur
$l,50tt and the furniture for
Sainnes August Scaholm'of East
Moline died Tuesday at his home. He
was born in Sweden on March 27,
1SG7. He had lived in Moline, but sev
eral years ago moved to East Moline.
He was a member of the Swedish
Olive lodge. He leaves besides his
wife two children, who are Carl and
ISalph, aged 13 and .S years. He also
leaves a sister. Mrs. Dan Johnson of
Mrs. C. E. Hat ties
Sauerman, the latter
home of Mrs. I '.at tics
anil Miss Millie
of ISock Island.
evening at the
for Miss Sophia
May Yolk, who is soon to become the
bride of Fred Sauerman. The guests
present were fourteen members of
the Entra-Nous club and the evenii
was pleasantly spent with games of
various descriptions, lijrht refresh
ments being served at the proper
FclAtlo Rhenmatlnm C'nred After Fourteen
Holds tp a Congressman.
"I have been afflicted with sciatic
rheumatism for 14 years," says Josh
Edgar, of Genua ntown, Cal. "I was
able to be around, but constantly
suffered. 1 tried everything I could
hear of, and at last was told to try
Chamberlain's Pain Halm, which I
did, and was immediately relieved.
and in a short time cured, and 1 am
happy to sav it has not since return
ed." Why not use this liniment and
get well? It is for sale by all drug
gists. Want Others to Itnow.
"I have used DeWitt's Little Early
Risers for constipation and torpid
liver and they arc all right. I am
glad to indorse them for I think
when we find a good thing we ought
to let others know it." writes Alfred
Heinze, Quincy, 111. They never gripe
or distress. &ure, saie puis, ah
The Madison Medicine company
owns the exclusive right to manufac
ture Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea sold
which is not made by us is a decep
tion. Never sold in hulk. Always
packages at 35c. T. H. Thomas
Kdaemtm Tone Bowels With Csscsret.
Csndv Cathartic, care constipation forever.
10c, tSo. IiC.CC. fall, druggist refund moneji
J. M. BUF0RD
The old Fire and
Kates as low as .ny
can afford. Your
patronage is so
licited. Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, NT. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co., - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co., - RocKford, lib
Security Ins. Co., - New iiaven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111. - Rockford, 111.
Office, Room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with, security.
Rock Island & Peoria
Railway is the
To Points East, Southeast and
South, as Shown Below:
Lv Rock Island 8 05 am 1 45 pm
Ar Peoria 11 30 am 4 51 pm
" Atlanta, Ga 8 10 am 7 30 pm
" Bloomingtoa, III.... 1 35 pm 6 35 pm
Champalgp, 111 2 40 pm 8 00 pm
" Cincinnati. 0 9 05 pm 7 10 am
" Decatur, HI 3 45 pm 9 C5 pm
" Evacsville. Ins H 33 pm 8 C-5 am
" Indianapolis, Ind.... 0 03 pm 3 30 am
" Jacksonville, 111.... 3 45 poa 11 38 pm
Jacksonville, Kls... 7 50 pja 7 50 am
xioutsvl le, Ky II 10 pm 9 30 am
" Muncle, lad 7 48 pm 5 55 am
" Mobile. Ala. 4 15 pm 3 55 am
" Memphis, Tenn 8 05 am 8 05 am
" Nashville, Teno 13 45 am 9 05 am
" New Orleans, La. ... 7 15 pm 7 15 pm
" Richmond, Va 3 30 pm 8 i0 am
" SpriDRUeld, 111 3 30 pm 9 10 pm
" St. Louis, Mo 6 13 pm 7 16 am
' Tei re Haute, Ind.. . 5 30 pm 5 30 am
" Washington. D. C. . . 3 35 pm 6 47 am
An additional I'Msvnsjsr Train loaves
Rock Island at 7:35 p. m. and reach s
Peoria at 10:30 p. va.
E. L. GOFF, Ajrcnt.
M. A. PATTERSON , G. P. A
"A SPRING OUTING'
On account of
Big Four Route
On May 29th ami 30th, the "Bi
lour Route will sell tickets letwccn
all stations within a radius of 1.50
miles from starting point at a rate of
One Fare for Round Trip
(No rate less than 25 cents.)
Tickets will lie good for return to and
including May 81, l'JQ-J.
For full information and particulars as to
rates, tickets, limits, etc., call on agents "Hig
t our Kouie, or aaaress tne unaersignea.
WARKKN J. LYNCH. W- V. I1KPPK.
lieu. I'ass. dcTtt. Agt. Asst. li. x . a 1. A
ALL-EX M. NYE, T. P. A.
Texas, Colorado, New Mexico,
Arizona. One fare plus $2.00
round trip. "May 6 and 20.
Crops sure and profituble;
climate healthful; choice
locations for general business
stock ranches and fruit farms.
The place to make money.
Ask about hmnes in Pecos,
Kio Grande and Arkansas val
leys. II. D. MACK,
Santa Fe Gen. Agent,
210 Kightecnth street, Rock Island.
JOHN VOLK & CO.
Also Manufacturers of Sash, Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ye
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Tolished Plate. Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
by destroying- th rrm tt nnm rnientAttnn.
If you have tmIi untiriiii, our.
ntMi, Dyaeatcry, K liraiaatliia, 0at,
,N aralila. I'alBliatlsaof the Heart nr r.raav
Ilea of the ttklo ak yonr dnwrfet for alaha:ea
or eend ue $l.on for U os. bottle r"irnteed W
relieve, aent prepaid. Deaerlpttve book free.
fcitkefta Ckcakal C. IU4 0lh SU, SU LmU, IU
I Professional Cards. g
MCASKKIX & MCASKKIX,
Attorneys at Law.
"Rock Island and Milan. Kock In
land office in Uengston Block. Milan
office on Main street.
11. C. Connelly. li. J). Connelly.
COXXKLLY iv COXXELLY
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas
drug store, corner of Second avenue
and Seventeenth street.
JACKSOX. 11UKST & STAFFORD,
Attorne-s at Law.
Office in Rock
. L. Ludolph. Robert R. Reynolds.
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. 1703 Second
avenue, Uuford block.
E. D. Sweeney. C. L. Walker.
SWKK.VEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in llengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. 1!. Marshall.
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan 011 good real estate
security. Mitchell & Lynde block,
Rock Island, Illinois.
M'EXIRY & M'EXIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security,
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
&. Lvnde building.
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office room, 12, Mitchell & Lynde
WILLIAM M. WALKER,
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. Real estate,
insurance. 1714 Second avenue.
VIL CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of
women and children, also diseases of
eye, ear, nose and throat. Office
hours 9-.;0 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
321 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE, M.
10:00 to 11:00 a.
after 7:00 p. in.
m., 2:00 to
Occulist and Aurist.
Entire attention given to eye, car,
nose and throat. Hours 9 to 12 a. m.,
1 to 5 p. m. Sunday 9 to 11. "Phone
5054. New Illinois theatre, corner
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
Graduated from Royal Institute,
Stockholm. Sweden. Practical med
ical massage and baths. Specialty
for rheumatism, nervousness and
paralysis. Removed from Libra ry
bldg., Moline, to 314 Brady St., Dav
enport, Iowa. Telephone No. 9511.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1
to 6 p. in.
Office hours 8:30 to 12 in., 1:30 to
00 p. m. SlO'a Eighteenth street.
Opposite Union office. Telephone
DRACK & KERXS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Second lloor.
Office hours F. M. Drack, 10 to 12
a. m., 4 to 5:30 p. in. ueorge m.
Kerns, 2 to 4 p. m.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Powers and Designs of all
kinds. City store, 1807 Second avenue.
WILLOW BARK For D"'
TREATMENT pMnT& ! fobao
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
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