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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, .TUNE 23, 1902.
That ia going to be the rate on fre
quent day a during the Hummer. It ia
less than half the usual fare less
than' the regular one-way rate. It w
made so that people of moderate
means may spend their vacations thin
year in Colorado.
It takes only one night on the
road to go to Colorado.
No wonder everybody is talking about
going there this summer.
Write or call for a copy of our Colo
rado Hand-Book. It tell all about the
hotels, their prices by week and month,
the fishing, hunting, etc.
FRANK A. HART. Pass'r Agent C. 8. t Q. Depot
Telephone 1 180.
The uue of miracles ha.s passed.
We know that everything moves by
what the scientists call immutable
laws. Thev arc unvarying from ever-
t :o x-i:ay examination frkk
lasting. These laws rule ii like the
heavenly- spheres and the actions and
lives of those living on those spheres.
Man is particularly susceptible to in
fractions of those laws and the usu
al result is disease or injurv or death.
Jt is a law if you overeat that yon
will suffer. It is a law that if vow
fall down in front of a moving train
vow will .suffer. AnI all of the dis
eases that afflict mankind come from
the conscious or unconscious infrac
tion of some one of the laws that
govern the universe. These diseases
may be heriditary or acquired. They
may lie the result of law breaking
by home ancestor in the remote past.
For the "Sins of the Father Are Vis
ited I" pon the Children even unto the
Third and Fourth Generation. lint
if nature provides a penalty fur the
infraction of the least of her laws
she has also provided a reined v. For
v-ears I have made a careful study of
disease, its cause and effect. And I
have made a wonderful discovery.
I have discovered that natures
remedy for a very larire number of
diseases is electricity. I use my
elecrbdes uion the nerve centers of
the human evstem and nature does
the rest. Jf you are suffering from
le Weakness, bate a tumor.
cancer or troitre, a victim of kidney
r liver troubles, consumption, loss
of enerirv. constipation a mvriad of
diseases, come and see mc. Consul
tation is free, and 1 can tell you
whether or not I can be of assistance
to you, or whether your disease is in
too advanced a stage for any assist
ance whatever. Do not delay. My
method of treatment is perfectly ra
tional and relief is almost instantan
I guarantee a cure in all curable
cases and cure hundreds that others
J. ALVIN HORNE. M. D..
And Associate Phvslrlans. Room ), so, St.
S.1. H jimI fi. Mitchell & L.rnde Hid., Rock
Island. Honrs H to V-!. 2 to ft and " lo 8 Sun
days a to 11 a. m.
Aflmlnlatrmrnr'n Mot lea.
Ette of Mandelin Klein, deceased
Tha underslpDed bavlnr been appointed td-
mlnf.irftirtx of the estvie of Mvcdelln Klein
late of tb count cf Rorlc Islard. stale of I -
linols. deceased, hereby give notlm that sbe
will appear before tna county court or itocu
l4lnd count at tbe coun'T court room, fntbe
city of Kock Inland, at the auiuh term on
the tint Monday la Aui'ux axt, at which
tlxm all cn-oo having clairrn KiDHt said
estate are notified ard rtnuetted to attend.
for tbe purpose of havloir trie ttme ad justrd.
All miod Indebted to said rstat re
quested to mue Immediate payment to the
Dated this 11th day of June A. D poj
Lena K iix.
Is an Antlsectfs Hsalin Pettier
Heils Cuts, Wounds, Burns and Scsltft
wiutout scar. 2S cents. Oruggtsts.
that's all. No energy, no
vim, no vigor, no ambition.
The head aches, thoughts
arc confused, memory rails.
Life becomes a round of
work but half accom
plished, of eating that does
not nourish, of sleep that
fails to refresh and of
resting that never rests.
That's the beginning of
I was vcrv I rrvou. nnd to t'red
and exhausted" th-t 1 o-uld rrtdomr
work. One tii o Dr. Miles' Nervine
qed ny ne-ves nr.d drove away the
lassitude, fecven bottles (lid wonders
in rcf torir.;r mf health." .-'
Mrs. M. L. Lacy, FortviJc, Ind.
r i . t I
nerves, reiresncs tnc tireu
brain and restores health.
SolJ by druggists on Ctiarar.tce.
Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart. IuiL
tnd will be ref usded to ycu i2 after USlflJ
bail a bottle of
you ara cot satisScd Trith results.
This is our guarantee which is good
only at oir.' agenta' nrmed below.
For Sato c-iJ Guaranteed Only By
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
Chicago Dental Company
If row are in need of dental work
call on us Ijefore iroinir elsewhere as
we can save von ruonev. e use
nothing but the lest of material and
our work is fruaranteed to be hrst-
class in every respect. If you are in
need oi a set of teeth call uml see our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to lit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ak vou more
than our prices 1h?1ow.
Platinum tilling. ...
ioIl tillings, 1 and up
''Old CTOWI1S, 4 to h
Set of teeth, $5 and up.
$15 set of teeth for. . . .
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
Rock Island & Peoria
Railway is the
To Points East, Southeast and
South, as Shown Below:
Lv Rock Island
8 05 am
11 20 am
8 iO am
1 25 pm
2 40 pm
9 06 pm
2 45 pm
8 33 pm
6 os pm
3 45 pm
7 50 pm
II 10 pm
7 48 pin
4 li pm
8 05 am
13 45 am
7 1$ pm
3 30 pm
2 ?o pm
s Vi pm
5 30 pm
3 35 pm
1 45 pm
4 51 pm
7 30 pm
" Atlanta. Ua
" liloomrngton. 111....
' Champaign, III
" Cincinnati, O
" Decatur, I'l
0 25 pm
8 00 pal
7 10 am
0 05 pm
8 05 am
3 80 am
11 38 pm
7 50 am
0 30 am
6 " am
' Z 55 am
8 05 am
9 05 am
7 15 pm
8 tO am
9 10 pm
7 is am
5 20 am
8 47 am
' Kvansville. Intl.
XouIavl le. Ky......
M uncle, lad
" Memphis, Tenn
" New Orleans, La....
St. Louis, Mo
" Terre Haute, Ind...
WasblnKton, D. C...
An additional 1'tM.Drrr Train Isaves
Sock Island at 7:35 p. m. and reach ts
FeorUs at 10:30 p. m.
E. L. GOFF, Arent.
M. A. PATTERSON, G. 1. A
J ',4 T3-v V P ""
The third annual road race under
the auspices, of the Davenport ISicy-
cle Dealers association was held
Saturday afternoon, start-nijr at the
corner of Fourteenth and Urady
streets. I he race was a 1-inile one,
the course beiii-j traversed twice.
Among the surprises of the race was
the failure of Andy Johnson to n-
ix-ar. lie was to betrin at scratch
with liidenour of Hock Island, but
he was not in the race at nil. The
time prize was won by llert -Strayer,
of ); k Island, who finished second
in place, lie rode the race in
minutes '.Y.l seconds. Hoy Vosburp,
of Davenport, made the next fastest
time in :!4 minutes -2 seconds. John
S. Aberle, of this city, who had a
minute handicap, won tirst place in
Mayor Decker will appoint some
siH-cial policemen to patrol the resi
dence districts us well as the carni
val district this week, to see that the
homes and purses of Davenport res
idents and visitors are protected so
far as possible from the crooks and
burjrlars who mav conclude that
Davenport is a good place to alight,
("apt. August Keimers. Oswald
Schmidt and Dr. A. I.. Ila-rebocck
formed a merrv stair party that left
yesterday for a lO days trip to jray
t oney Island. 1 hey left their wives
lu-hind. but promised faithfully to
tell' them all about their trip upon
The funeral services in memory of
the late Charles llaskin were held
Saturday afternoon at the family
home at lot West Eighteenth street,
IJev. A. E. Montgomery otliciated.
Miss Emilr Haines sang the livmiis
"Lead. Kindly Eight" and "Nearer.
My (iod, to Thee" in the course of the
services in a very pleasing manner.
The pallbearers were Hugh llarr. Sr.,
William 1. Stark. John J. Dorgan, i.
W. Valentine, J. K. Koche and Frank
I j. Dodge. The interment was at Oak-
At S o'clock
home of his
street, after a
Friday evening at tin
parents, .'117 ISrown
long illness, occurred
the death of
Edward I'rank Kurop
in the 2d year, 1st month and
day of his brief span of life.
sides the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris
tian Kurop. there survive the child
three Id-others and one ister. Arth
ur, Willie, Ella and Frank Kurop.
At his residence. 17::) Washington
street, at . o clock atuiMay morning
occurred the death of .lnhn Schwartz
in the t7th year of his aire. The d
cease! was a native of Mecklinb'iri
Schwerin. (icriiianv. and came to this
country, tn Marion, lovva. eiffht years
airo. where he resided for five vears.
removing to Davenport in lV.C
Death occurred after three weeks
Mrs. E. (i. Osborne has received an
embroidered handkerchief made by
Mrs. President Koosevelt as a dona
tion to the handkerchief sale to be
held in the near future for the bene
fit of the Sprinir street chapel.
The lnarriaire of Miss Nellie Pierce,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Pierce, of this city, and I. T. Kobb,
of Milwaukee, a former resident here,
is a happy event set for Wednesday
evening. A handkerchief shower for
tlie bride-to-be was friven by Mrs.
Charles W. Pierce at the Outing club
Saturday afternoon and proved to be
a charming event.
The mortuary for May shows o
deaths within tin limits of the city
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. (irant. of Den
ver, Col., and their two sons, are here
for a brief visit with Dr. (irant's sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Miitaker. and fam
ily. They are on their way home
from the cast, where the boys have
been attending collepe.
At the family home on the corner
of Farnum street and South avenue
at 0::0 Saturday eveninr. occurred
the death of
James Kolini. the 3
of Mr. and Mrs.
The Irrawndi Canoe club left Sat
urday for the Maquoketn river. It
is the annua! outing for the club and
will lie a very pleasant one. lhe
members left iii the morning for
Monticello anil expect to float or
paddle their own canoes down the
Von can be cared of inr form of tni.arvn .i..
easily, be made well, strong, mnirnrtic. full of
new life and visror bv tikinir iin.rl.nin
that makes weak: men strong. Many gain
tci. pounds In ten dsrs. 0er SOO-Onn
cured. All draergiftts. Cure eusrautrrd. Rxnli.
let and advice FREE. Address STERLING!
sL&MKDY CO.. Chicago or New YorkT 37
Do N'T Be Fooled!
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medl
Cine Co., Madison. Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, 33 cents. Never sold
In bulk. Accept no subsu
utimtiii tsss tuts. Ask your oruggUt.
WILLOW BARK For n:
TREATMENT phine & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of 1111"
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
Write for liter stare. DAtiVERS, ILL.
Maquoketn. or m.ijrnifieent river.
Melville Hunker, whose place Joe A.
IeCluire takes during his absence us
actin;- secretary for the liusiness
Men's association, is commodore of
the caiioe licet. W. (i. Smith, nn old
Davenporter now of St. Louis, and
Joel M. Parker, of Cellar llapids.
came here to join in the outing', with
T. L. Wilkinson. Will C. Smith, S. D.
latTerty, II. Mast, and others of this
city. The party will be absent for 10
days, the customary annual outing
of the club each year.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Queen and Crescent fast line tv
Eiriaing-hum and S'ew Orleans. Two
fast trains daily.
Only through car line to Ashevillc,
X. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
beet in the country.
Puget Sound ia one of the most fa
vored portions of our country. Its
history is fascinating, its scenery
wonderfully grand, its industries and
commerce varied and wealth-making.
its climate moist, balmy, cool and
life-giving. . "Wonderland 1902," the
Northern Pacific's latest annual has
an account of this region that will be
interesting, and valuable as well, to
everybody young and old. Send
diaries . Fee, general passenger
agent. Northern Pacific railway, St
Paul, Minn., six cents for the book
and you may be surprised to learn
whot a favored land there is away up
in the northwestern corner of our
The I Cock Inland Koatt
is selling round trip tickets to Spirit
Lake on certain days at less than
rate for one way tickets.'
Special low excursion tickets on
sale to Minneapolis, St. Paul. Dubith
and the resorts of the northwest.
Uoiind trip tickets to Colorado
I'tah, Oregon and California at ex
cceilmglv low rates.
Through cars everywhere; for full
particulars, call at city otlice. isi
Second avenue. telephone 14.;; or
depot, Thirtv-first street and Fifth
venue, telephone KKKi.
C'.M.tSt I Kullwuy Company
Fourth of July excursion tickets
between points within "00 miles at
one and one-third fare for the round
trip, to be sold July :t and 4: return
coupon to July , I'.iO'J.
S. 11. Stoddard. Agent.
P. L. Ilinrichs, Com'J Agt., Haven
The New KoytU Mnskako Hotel
is situated in the centre or the rmest
summer resort region in America
known as the Muskoka Lakes, within
isy reach of the principal cities in
Canada and the I'nited States. Open
r guests June loth.
For further particulars, descriptive
matter and all information, write
Ceo. W. Vaux. A. C. P. & T. A.. Oram!
Trunk IJailvvav System, 1P.3 Adams
Kneut Kneutson to James
lot 1, block l."T, East Mo-
Keed to John C. Christen-
by metes nnd bounds, se
s". 17, lw, $1'.)3.
C. C. I..
Quillen and Josephine Nel-
son liy Master to dust. -it I.. IVtcrson
ot It. and part lot 4, assessor lot
.11. is, lw. .'.).-)(.
.-"Herman .. lartwnjriit to t naries
. Crist, lot 10, block 1, Carbon Cliff.
Lucinda N". Warner to S. A. Cart-
wright, lot III. Warner's First aild..
East Moline. $:,(().
Samuel A. Siididm to' Oscar Pose en
lot 2, Okerberg's add., Moline, $2,l.'i()
Moline Manfg. Co. to Peter Pagge,
tract by metes and bounds, I-Claire's
8hake Into Your Shoes.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
and ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and bun
ions. It's the greatest' comfort dis
covery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease
makes tight or nevr shoes feel easy,
It is a certain cure for sweating, cal
lous nnd hot, tired, aching feet. Try
it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. By mail for 23c in
stamps. Trial packnge free. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmstead, Le Roy, X. Y.
A Keal Friend.
"I have suffered from dyspepsia and
indigestion for fifteen years," says v.
T. Sturdevant of Merry Oaks, X. C.
"After I had tried many doctors and
medicines to no avail one of my
friends persuaded me to. try Kodol.
It gave immediate relief. I can eat
almost anything I want now and
my digestion is good. I cheerfully
recommend Kodol." Don't try to
cure stomach trouble by dieting.
That only further weakens the sys
tem. Lou need wholesome, strength
ening food. Kodol enables you to
assimilate what you eat by digesting
it without the stomach's aid. All
vY"henee comes this mighty far-
reaching power that enables liocky
Mountain Tea to make such wonder
ful cures? Try it and see. T. II.
Magnus Sandiue. of lit Fourth ave
nue, and foreman at the Moline Fur
niture works, was sezel with an epi
leptic tit at 3 o'clock Friday after
noon, while delivering freight at the
C. I. 1. P. freight depot. He was
thrown into' the fit shortly after
drinking a large cup of ice water and
he was hurriedly conveyed to Sand
strum's drur store, where Ir. Edlen
attended him. The patient, was af
lervvard conveyed to his home in the
ambulance and is today resting
Concordia park was Saturday the
scene of a irat hermir of nearly 3.0(H)
people, the event neing the tirst an
nual picnic of l-'rei loiltre No. 1C, in
dependent Order of Svithiod.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W'liitnioie
Skinner and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
I'orter Skinner have issued invitations
for a reception Friday evening. June
27, at :::n to meet Mr. ami Mrs. Ed
ward Stanley Skinner, who arrive
home this week from the bridal t rip
in the east, fallowing the wedding at
Tuscola. The reception will be held
at Kedclitr. the home of C. P. Skin
Charles F. Pew end, manager of the
Dewend-Kuschmanii Furniture com
pany, and Miss Minnie Tiedemaun.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter YV.
Tiedemann of l'nis Third avenue,
were married- Saturday afternoon at
the parsonage of the First Congre
gational church by lie'-. W. W. Wil
lard. The attendants were William
Karstens and Miss llattie M. Tiede
mann. sister of the bride. They left
on the 1:I!0 train for 'Chicago and
after a few days visit will return to
Moline to make their home at l'JOS
Leonard Fell, living on Seventh ave
nue between Twenty-second and
Twenty-third street, sustained a se
vere cut on his head while at work
at the I'.arnard & Leas Manufacturing
company's. He was struck on the
top of lhe head by an iron bar. which
inflicted a wonnd an inch and a half
long and laving bare the scalp.
Willard Warnian. of Chicago, and
Miss Clara Corbin. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clark Corbin, of Carbon
Cliff, were married at the bride's
residence at 5 o'clock Thursday
evening, by IJev. T. J. Wood, of Hamil
The ending of this week will close
the St. Mary's school for the season
and they will observe it by holding
graduation exercises and also giving
an exhibition, all of which will be
held in the new church hall. The
graduation exereies will be held
Monday evening. June :(. when nine
pupils will be -awarded gold medals
for the work they have done in the
school course. Miss Mabel Morten
will be the only one who will grad
uate from the academic course while
there will be eight who graduate in
the two-year commercial course.
They are: Mary Kvan, Florence
Phillips. Thomas Welch. Thomas
IJauk, Timothy O'Connel, Alfred
Meersman, Matthew O'Donnelly, Pet
I'nder the auspices of P.elle K camp.
IJoyal Neighbors, memorial exercises
were held for Wooilmen ami Koval
Neighbors at the pavilion in Uiver-
side cemetery yesterday afternoon at
John llilder Kneberg. whose health
lias been poor since his return from
service with I ompanv I- in the Span
ish-American war, died last night at
his home, aired 2'.i vears. He will be
given a military funeral v ednesday
'VARSITY BOAT RACES
Cornell Takes All Three on the ltlver at
I'onghkeepHle, N. Y.
Poughkcepsie, X. Y., June '23. Cor
noil won nil throe of the events in the
Intercollegiate Amateur association re-
gaiui saumiay. lhe tour-oared race
was a bit of easy work for her, but in
both the freshman and 'varsity eights
she was so closely pressed that she
really had to win them in the last half
mile by a display of reserve force
which noire of the other crews could
bring to boar.
The summary follows: Four-oared
race, 'z miles Cornell first by rive
lengths, time 10:43 '-.": Pennsylvania
se-oud. time 10:-"4 4-.1: Columbia third,
time 11 :0S. Freshman, eight-oared
race, 2 miles Cornell first, time,
9:.'?4 4-3' Wisconsin second, time
ft-A ' 4-5: Columbia third, time 0:10.
Varsity eight-oured race. -I miles
Cornell first, time ir:0.i 3-.: Wiscon
sin second, time 10:i: J-.": Columbia
third, time 1!):1S J5-5. Cornell's crews
arere coached by Charles Courtney.
Mother Jones Ooes to Jail.
Parkerburg. W. Va.. June 2X. A
dozen persons who were arrested at
Clarksburg Friday charged 'with vio
lating I-Vneral Judge Jackson's Injunc
tion as to Interfering with miners who
are at work were arraigned here Sat
urday. Their bearing was set for next
Tuesday and they wore released on
$:;o) bond each. "Mother" Jones, one
of the dozen, spent Friday night In
Jail herd. i refusing to be taken to a
hotel as a mark of special courtesy.
saying she would stay by "the lioys.
. Filthy Temples la India.
Sacred cows often defile Indian
temples, but worse yet is a body
that's polluted by constipation. Don't
permit it. Cleanse your system with
Dr. King's Xew Life Pills and avoid
untold misery. They give lively liv
ers, active bowels, good digestion.
fine appetite. Only 25c, at Ilartz &
Ullemeyer's drug1 store. ,
THE DP.UGLESS SCIENCE.
Victor A. Bergiand,
Graduate American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Under Dr. A. T. Hill, the found
er of the seien.ee.
Licensed by Illinois Hoard of
All a' ute and chronic diseases
successfully treated without the
use of medicine.
Consultation and examination
Suite 2. Illinois Theatre
Building, Rock Is
Literature furnished on appli
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
Kates as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage is so
licited. Charles E. Hodgson,
- Newark, X. J.
- - - Xew- York
- - - New York
- Chicago, 111.
- EocKford, 111.
Xew Jiaven, Conn.
. - Iioekford, III.
Continental, - -
Agricultural. - -Traders
Union Ins. Co., -Kockford
Security Ins. Co., -Ins.
Co. State of 111
Office, Koom 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
"Among all the instruments of the
renowned makers, here and abroad,
I to-day prefer the Weber, because
of its sympathetic tone quality."
Afril j, igoo.
They cost a little more,
but they last a lifetime
Write for Catalogue
WEBER PIANO WAREROOM5
366 Wabash Ave.. CHICAGO
It's Quality That Counts
In Coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it, it
is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of
the combustible part of it, leav
ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
bills you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unburnables. The coal
we handle both hard and soft de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it- A ton will'
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
Genuine stamped C C C Never sold In balk.
Beware of tbe dealer who tries to sell
"something jnst as good."
VSCANOY CATHAWTI C Ii1'
I Professional Cards. s
M'CASKKIX & M'CASKRIX,
Attorneys at Law.
Pock Island and Milan. Itock Is
land office in Pengstoii P.Iock. Milan
office on Main street.
11. C. Connelly. 15. 1). Connelly.
O . X KLLY & COXX KLLY
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas
drug store, corner of Second avenue
and Seventeenth street.
JACKSON', IIIM'ST & STAFFORD,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Kock Island Xational
V. 1. Ludolph. Robert R. Reynolds.
LLDOLPII & RKYXOLUS,
Attorneys at Iivv.
Money to loan. Cencral legal busi
ness. Xotary public. 1705 Second
avenue, Puford block.
K. I). Sweeney. C. L. Walker.
swi:i:xi:y & walker,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in Pengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. P. Marshall.
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Mitchell fc Lynde block,
liock Island, Illinois.
M EX'IRY & M EMRY,
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. WALK Ell,
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Xotary public. Real estate,
insurance. 1714 Second avenue.
Special attention to diseases of
women and children, also diseases of
eye, ear, nose and throat. Office
hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to--4 p'.- m.
321 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
X. M. MOORE, M. I).
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to
4:00 and after 7:00 p. m.
Occulist and Aurist.
Entire attention given to eye, ear,,
nose and throat. Hours 9 to 12 a. in.,
1 to 5 p. m. Sunday 9 to 11. 'Phone
5054. Xew Illinois theatre, corner
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
ANDERS CI I ATTSTRA M,
Graduated from Royal Institute,
Stockholm. Sweden. Practical med
ical massage and baths. Specialty
for rheumatism, nervousness and
paralysis. Removed from Library
bldg., Moline, to 514 Brady St., Dav
enport, Iowa. Telephone Xo. 9511.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1
to C p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours S:30 to 12 m., 1:30 to
5:00 p. m. 219 Eighteenth street.
Opposite Union office. Telephone
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Second Floor.
Office hours F. M. Drack, 10 to 12
a. in., 4 to 5:30 p. m. George M.
Kerns, 2 to 4 p. m..
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Chippiannock , Nursery.
Cut Fowers and Designs of all
kinds. City store, 1S07 Second avenue.
JOHN VOLK & CO.,
Also Manufacturers of Sash, Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
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