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THE AEGUS, MOXDAY, FEBRUARY fc3, 1903.
is . phosphates, of which Norka the
cooked oats, contains 76 per cent more
than wheat. ,
is nitrates, of which Norka the cooked
oats, contains 16 per cent more than
wheat. ' .'
represents the highest develop
ment of the latent elements of
the Oat nutrition in a perfect
'form with a malted flavor un
like anything , you ever tasted.
Ready to serve with cream and
sugar.1 Be sure and try Norka.
THE NOXUtA FOOD CO.. Ltd..
Battle Creek. Mich.
THK TRAVELERS' BCIDB.
CHICAGO. 'Rv'CK ISLAND
W f aciiiCKuwy iicKBi
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Seoond ave
nue. of C. R. L AP. depot
Flftn avenue foot ot Thlrty
Peorta branch depot, foot of
Tw- nletta street. Frank H. Fluwmer, C. P. A.
BAST, t VfST.
Golden iie L mlted
Denver Limited & Omaha..
Ft. Worth. Denver & K. C.
Davenport & Chicago
tOmaha & Minneapolis...-
Colorado & Omaha
Da Moines & Oroha
Leover, Lincoln & Omaha.
Dea Moines Express
St. Paul A Minneapolis....
Denver. Ft. Worth & K. C.
tKansas Clty.St Joe & Calif.
tloeK Island Washington
Chlotoeo it DeaMoicis
Rock Uland & Brooklyn Ac
tOmbi & Rook Island
El Pa-so& San Francisco..
tCedar Rpirts. Tlpion
it o.iTO am
T a:v am
t f:0 am
t 7:50 ai
t 7:00 pm
t 0:55 pm
t 9:25 am
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t 7:10 am
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BOCK ISLAND AND PEOaiA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth,
avenue 5 minutes In advance of time gtven.
8:10 am 0.40 pm
tl 45 pm $5:55 pm
J. 11:1 5 am
$9:30 am $4:55 pm
$3:30 pm $2:20 pm
$8: 45 am
Peoria, Springfleid. St. 1
Peoria. SorlflKfleld, Indlan-
ington, St. ixjuis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cta
o'ncail. Blooming ton....
Cable & Bherrard Accom.
Cable Bherrard Accom.
. ( a .nailv .T..It Run
flay. Phone West 1093. West 1128. West 1423.
VV4 fHICAGO, BTJRLINGTON &
ii avenuo uu xwcuwvu. .ova.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART,
St. Louis, sprlngficld
Galesburg, Peona anC
Bterllng, Mendota anC
Bt. Louia, Kansas City
Denver and . Pacific
Bterllng and points In
Dubuque, Clinton, Lb
Crosse, St. Paul, Minn
and N. W
Cllnion, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
s Stop at Bock Island 25 minutes
Dally. DaUy except Sunday.
& St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. I. & N. W. passenger ata
tlon at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wiod,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Ttlfnrklci n 1 4 A rtt pff.f
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via uavenrort. uiinton ana savanna.
AU tralrs will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
II 50 am
3 31 nm
AU trains dally except Sunday
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8.47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
Jacsson, Hurst & Stafford, Attorneys,
btate of Illinois,
Rock Island County, f03-
In the Circuit Court of said county. In
chancery Foreclosure No. 5017.
Home Building & Loan association Of Rock
Island, vs John Grelm, 1 rederika Grelm, and
1-d ward A. Guyer.
...... v. v.. . ... tTA&t 7A wlrttlA fit
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled cause on us mid ay "cuiuci ,
A. D. 1903, 1 shall, on Saturday, the seventh
. a r ic a.. th hour of
two o'clock In the afternoon, at the
east door or tne ciour puuoo, m uo
City of Rock Island, in said County of
, i , .aiEf. baM decree, sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder for
casn in nauu, u . - -
situate In the County of Rock Island and
State ot Illinois, known nd described aa
,0irNoThlVty-Bve (35) m Guyer's First (1st)
addition to the City of ock Islaid
ated at Mollne. Illinois, this Eighth day of
January, A. D., 1903.
" WALTER J. ENTWIKIW,
rn.-. I nt.an.ra Hna.to Tsl lid ROUIltT. Ill
Jacksow, Hdbst tt Stafword, Complainant's
NOTICT5 OT ADJOURNMENT.
On aecount of no bjdder or, bidders being
- . w .I-,. ant nlfuA nt -Ala tale itt
the above notion specified, said sa e Is ad
journed until BaturuT, .
t k o'clock d. m. at the same pl"c.
at 8 o cioca p. m wfcAlLTEK j ENTRnciN.
Master In Chancery.
WILLOW BARK ForDr"
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Incorporated under the laws of Illi
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If yon haven't a regular, bnalthy tnovinTit of the
bowels every day. you're ill or will be. Keep your
trowels open, and be well. Force, in the ahape of
violent physie or pill poison, la dangerous. The
smoothest, eai-t, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear aul clean is to take
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flood. Never Kirken, Weaken or tJnpe; 10. s and
SO cents prrboz. Write for free sample, and book
let on health. Address J3
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KEEP YGUH BLOOD GLEAIi
It is a Gratifying
Thing to Know
that in spite of the fact that there
are so many misleading' and "fake"
advertisements published today by
"so-called" doctors the people' of
Rock Island and vicinity are taking; us
at our word, and calling on ua when
they feel the need of help.
To those who have not yet done so
we would urge the necessity of act
ing at once.
If what follows applies to you,
3ou cannot afford to delav.
DR. GEORGE B. WOOD.
Signs of Depleted Energy
If you are disposed to find fault,
to grumble about everything about
you; if litle things irritate you; if tri
fles upset you; ir you go to pieces,
so to t-peak, when anything goes
wrong in your business, you may be
certain that your system is not up to
the standard, that vour strength is
being exhausted in some way and
that your vitality is at a low ebb.
The human organism is a vast and
complex machine. No machine that
is defective can turn out good work,
and the longer the attempt to do bo
continues the greater will be the
If you are not satisfied with your
condition call and talk it over with
us. Why not? Any why not today?
We have made special searching in
vestigations on the conditions that
governs this complex machine the
Our office is equipped with the most
approved apparatus for treatment of
the afflicted. We are continually add
ing to it, regardless of expense.
Treatment of all cases is in", the
hands of thoroughly competent phy
sicians, Who are graduates of Ameri
can and foreign institutions of 'the
We are specialists in the treatment
of Chronic, Nervous and Private Dis
eases of Men and Women.
We extend to everyone a most cor-
dial invitation to consult us. We will
take pleasure in giving a thorough ex
amination, and will make no charge
for our opinion and advice.
Those unable to 'call should write
us. Correspondence strictly confiden
Wood- Medical institute,
E. B. OLIVER, M. C M. D
GEORGE B. WOOD, B. p., MJD.
Hours: 0 to 12; 1:30 to 4; 7 to 8.
Sunday, 10 to 12. .
Second Floor, Ilibernian ,BaiIding,
423 Brady Street. Davenport, la.
The funeral of Mrs. L. D. Futnam
will be held from Science hall Wednes
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. J. II.
Donaldson will officiate.
Max D. Petersen is to build Daven
port's new , hotel. The tract has a
frontage of 150 feet on Main street,
and this side will be the main front
of the hotel. The tract runs along
Fourth street a distance of 108 feet.
The house will occupy 103 feet of this.
The other five feet will be devoted to
private alley, and light room. Ar
rangement have been made for the se
curing of a like five feet from the
property adjoining on the west, so
there will be a 10-foot lane there no
matter how high a building is erected
on the lot to the westward. The
hotel is to be six stories in height. It
is to contain 150 rooms and will be
managed by Chris. Neipp.
Chief Martens has received one
more letter from Lincoln; Neb... which
inquires after the whereabouts of
Mike Holland, an old soldier, who was
mustered out of the civil war service
hereqit Camp McClelland, and who re
sided in Davenport from 1SG5 to 1868,
The letter states that he tended bar
for liarton Bros., on Fourth and
Hrady streets, during n part of that
time. Holland's picture, taken at
about the time of the civil war. shows
a man of about middle age, and who
probably if alive today would be
about 75 vears of age. The police
have no clue as to his whereabouts.
Anyone who knows, is invited to send
Mrs. Mary E. Ford died Friday even
ing at her home, 01(5 Eastern avenue.
after a lingering illness. She was
born Sept. 5 1844, in Galloway county,
Kentucky, and came to Davenport in
Octobed 1864. She has made this her
home ever since. She has been a con
stant member of the A. M. K. church
for over 30 years. She leaves to
mourn her an only daughter, Mrs. S.
V. Bean, who is a graveling evenge
list of the A. M. E. church: also one
Mster and three brothers, Mrs. C. H.
Marshall, Jerry M. Bnsey. of Moline;
anil Thomas J. and Jacob R. Busey, of
S. M. Reynolds, the wholesale ami
retail hardware merchant on Brady
street, Saturday 'morning tiled a suit
for $20,000 damages against John W.
Buck, the Second street hardware and
inclement dealer. The documents
placed on file were drawn up by lane
& Watermann, attorneys' for Mr. Rey
nolds. For cause of action Mr. Rev
nolds alleges he was riding in a de
livery wagon behind a quiet and .do
cile horse going north on Main street
between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets on June 25, HH)2, when anauto
mobilc directed by the son of the de
fendant, Emil J. Buck, in which was
also seated the defendant. J. W. -Buck,
bore down upon nim. It is further al
leged that in the accident the plain
tiff received five broken ribs, a
bruised right arm, and other hurts
which caused a blood clot to form in
the main artery of the left leg.
maiming and laming the plaintiff, and
causing him much pain and mental
Ab Fulhiger. trainer for Frank S.
(iortfin. of Chicaro. bouirht a tine
green pacer in JJavenport Friday for
a Clucago raiiroati man wnose name
he did not disclose. The price was
also private, but was a good one.
The horse, which will be campaigned
by Mr. Fulhiger this year, was The
Prince, who won second money in a
fast Davenport race at the Oavenport
mile track last year without taking a
mark. Local horsemen regarded him
as one of the fastest green horses of
the country. He was bred and raised
liv Vli-iv T Smitli nf I):iveimort sind
is 6 years old. sire Elton, dain Hiato-
ga Maid, also dam of Seal, 2:0S.
The state board of health has ta
ken energetic action in regard to the
extirpation of smallpox. There is
such little noticeable difference be
tween smallpox and jchickenpox at
present that the board on Thursday
issued an order that in future all
cases of chickenpox must be quaran
tined. Physicians state that there
so much similarity between the two
diseases, both in symptoms and ef
fects, that to guard against doubtful
cases and to give necessary protec
tion, quarantine should be establish
ed.' Many cases of chickenpox have
been reported to the local board of
health, which have not been quaran
tined, but hereafter, under the new
order they .will be. The rule goes in
to effect at once.
J. Lohmann "has filed a mechanic's
lien against certain real estate own
ed by D. N. Richardson, the Dixon
man, who on Saturday disposed of his
farm at public auction, to secure the
sum of $:53H.09, alleged to be due for
work performed and unpaid for.
James O'Brien, who was precipita
ted to the ground through the col
lapse of a scaffold at the Orphan's
home Friday afternoon, and who was
removed to his place of residence on
Main, street above Fifth, is not in a
serious condition. His back was some
A life that has been greatly shorten
ed by its devotion to the good of oth
ers, ended at St. Luke's hospital Fri
day evening; when Miss Virginia
Sullivan sank to sleep, after a long
illness. Miss Sullivan was born in
Chicago April 15. 1S69, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George 1a. Sullivan.
The family removed to Davenport in
1881, and the deceased completed her
schooling here, attending the high
school and belonging to the Agassiz
association, then the medium through
which a number of our studious
young folks delved into the pop
ular sciences. From school life
she went to the Orphan's home, where
she was employed at' the time of the
hre which destroyed the main build
ing there, resulting in the turning of
the school room into a hospital. The
opportunity for usefulness that Miss
Sullivan found in that crisis deter
mined her to become a trained nurse.
Und she fitted herself for that occu
pation with a commendable thorough
ness. She was one of the first nurses
at St. Luke's hospital, in the respon
sible days of its beginnings, was one
of the first graduates of its training
school for nurses and one of the
charter members of the alumni as
sociation. The residents of East Davenport
who want a block of the burnt dis
trict, on the river's edge, bought as
a future breathing place" for that
rapidly growing portion of the city,
have not given up their efforts, by any
means, to induce the park commis
sioners to see the matter as they do.
I hey are very earnest in their advo
cacy of the location as the proper
one for a small park, and of the pres-
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ly hope that it will be given favorable
Leudlna; Figure Skater.
The champion fancy skater of the
United States is Dr. Arthur G. Keant
of the New York Athletic club. Dr,
Keane Is to defend bis .title shortly, and
skating exports are confident that he
will again carry off championship hon
Dr. Keane has been champion figure
skater of the United States for four
years, succeeding George Phillips, the
famous "Spider." His closest rival la
Irving Brokaw, the former Princeton
DR.- ABTHTTB KEANE CTOMO A FIOUBK 8,
athlete and polo player. Brokaw, how
ever, has not kept pace with Keane
during the last year or two and will
probably be defeated In the coming
championship contest, which is to take
place In the St. Nicholas rink, rsew
Ancient I,ckh1 Statute.
The provision of the Virginia code ex
empting from service on the gnttid jury
the owner or occupier of a grist mill,
says Law Notes, is an Interesting exam
ple of a law which has been allowed to
remain on the statute book long after
Its usefulness and the condition that
called It Into being have censed to exist.
When the statute was passed, serious
inconvenience to the citizens of the sur
rounding country might have arisen as
a result of summoning a mill owner
from his work, but the mill owner is
no longer so important a member of the
WHY STAY PALE?
A pity to see pale girls stay
pale and dull when it is so
easy to get Scott's Emulsion.
Scott's Emulsion does a few
things well. One of them is
to give rich red blood to pale
girls. There is a reason for 'it.
But perhaps you are more
interested in results than in
The result of steady daily
doses of Scott's Emulsion
is an increase not only in
the red color of the blood and
in the appetite but in the good
looks and bright manners
which are the real charm of
Scott's Emulsion is blood
ii"iSend f Free Samrltr'. . '
5COTT &"bOWNE Chemists. 409 Fearfc6t., VY
t-iii ua iiie roier nine jor us acqui
sition. The petition for the. purehar-e
of the park already has an imposing
nrrn r tf wivt,,,L: n,l flint .ill uu.i,Awt-
Moline's contribution to the Swed
ish famine fund has gone over $1,000.
Today J. H. Mueller and Ed Ward
completed the canvass of the saloons
with $104 from 48 givers. A notable
donation is that of . Deere & Co. men.
$362, the largest yet made. Seehler
company men gave $67 and Williams,
White & Co. men $28.75.
The amount of paving in the city
today is ten miles of brick and three
and eight-tenths of asphalt. There
is a good amount of new paving in
sight for next year and the total
may easily be increased to sixteen
miles. The amount now in use is more
than the people suspected, as very
few have been over all the ground
and have known nil about it. The fig
ures are those of Engineer Paddock,
am! they ' represent the paving re
duced to a uniform width of thirtv
Members of the citizens party
which developed considerable strength
last year and two years' ago are ac
tive this year. The following call is
out: "The friends of ''good govern
ment and civic reforuv:without re
gard to party, are requested to meet
at the Unitarian church Tuesday, Feb.
24, at 8 o'clock p. m., to compare
views and decide upon a plan of ac
tion for the coming municipal cam
paign. A full attendance of those
who have the best interests of. our
city at heart is earnestly desirel."
The second play in the series of
lorm comesTs in me match game
that C. E. Weston and Charles A.
(J ray are now in the midst of was wit
nessed in the Brunswick parlors here
Friday evening, a large crowd of en
thusiasts being present. The plav was
very close, (Jray being four points to
the good at the finish. 1 his cuts
down Weston's lead of 50 obtained in
the first play, to 4G points. After the
14-inch balkline nlav. a game of
straight rail for 100 points was play
ed. Ihis V eston won, going' out a
his opponent had scored 70.
Cupid is waging a terribly effective
warfare among the fair young women
who preside at the public schools of
the city, and if reports be true the
teaching force will be badly crippled
at the end of the year. It is said
that at least fifteen young ladies.
ouo-sixth of the entire corps will re
sign at the end of the present team
to be. married. Engagements have
been about the most common thing
the teachers have had to talk about
this winter. The flash of the solitaire
ring has illuminated many a school
room interior and little tots have
learned the meaning of a ring on the
teacher's third finger sooner than
they did the spelling of the word.
The census c.f engagements to date
includes no less than fifteen, all of
which are backed by evidence. What
the schools will do for teachers next
year is a question that is causing the
authorities great wgrry.
Bt. llev. Frederick W. Taylor, bish
op of (Jnincy, will 4e in Moline March
s, the second Sunday in Lent, and will
administer confirmation at Christ
Nearly 50 patrons of the Central
Union Telephone company were min
us the service of their 'phones Satur
day afternoon. The People's Power
company was doing some blasting at
Twenty-third street and Third ave
nue. An ascending rock broke a Cen
tral Union wire, causing it to fall on
the trolley wire of the new interurban
street railway. jne electric com
pany' current was carried by way of
the broken telephone wire to the coT-
ner of Third avenue and Seventeenth
street, where the damage was done,
somewhere from thirty-five to fifty
connections were being burned out.
'Workmen are busy transforming
one of the parlors of the Unitarian
church into a stage with all the ap
pointments of a charming little play
house. Instead of a drop curtain the
more, artistic parted portiers will be
employed. The stage will be used
first on the evening of the annual
married men's supper next Thursday.
A dramatic sketch is to be presented
entitled: "At Elmer Morgan's;." in
which Itobert Darton and J. W. Warr
take part. The stage scenery is paint
ed by C. E. Kneberg. The supper' will
be up to its usual excellence.
At the conference between the city
and the Central Union Friday evening
the councif stated definite terms upon
which a new franchise would be
granted. The company representa
tives said they would submit the pro
position, to the directors in Chicago.
The city first demands that the fran
chise be limited to twenty years.
Second, that two per cent of the gross
receipts for the first five years be
paid to the city. After that the com
pany shall pay three per cent .a
year. hen it was proposcu mat a
maximum charge be set for rental the
company man absolutely refused to
entertain that. He declared the char
ges are 'governed oy me cosi ami
quality of the service. It was not in
sisted upon. It is believed mutual
ground can be reached and terms
Directors of the Business Mens' as
sociation have added two new stand-
inc committees to the list of those
which will look after the advantages
of the citv in many ways. These
two new committees are: Tri-City
IV H. Wessel. chairman: If. A. Ains-
worth. S. S. Davis. Reception
C. E. White, chairman; E. . .wood
cock, W. E. Tolles.-
D. D. D.," the astonishingly effective new
jC m . sa
Eczema, Salt Rheum, Barbers' Itch, Erysipelas all eruptions, scaly diseases and
parasitic affections of the skin positively cleared away in a hurry. A clean, pleas
ant liquid (non-greasy) externally applied sponged or sopped over the parts.
Instantly stops all irritation. Soon clears out absolutely all affected conditioms.
Iffere it a case cleared away with two bottles.)
" -A . !
iCase of dauohttr of 2Ir. Mntt IJartman. vermantnlly cured of a bad tlin disease
after tico bottles only of tkis I). I). J), prescription.)
I vouch for tKese facts.
They have been proven to me beyond the possibility of doubt.
Harper House Pharmacy.
II. O. ROLFS, Proprietor.
Rome weeks airo the astonishing record of this prescription proven to mo by indisput
able evidence Induced nie to uivo it my unqualified recommendation to the public Since
thenD. V. D. has cured so many who obtained it from me that Its record with me has been
fully equal to its previous history. I have not seen a sincrle Instance of disappointmenu
It seems to do the work every time. In nine cases out of ten. manifestations on the skin aro
nim diseases noc blood diseases. Many purchasers formerly miserable, thinking they had
a bad blood disease, have found it was merely a skin affection and have cleared it all away
with this prescription.
Amontr all the known reliable specific medical influences for different ailments I know
of very few discoveries so certain in effect as this D. D. U. prescription in its quick conquest
of skin diseases of all kinds.
A FEW CURES OF WELL-KNOWN PARTIES.
Chlcneo. April 7, 1000.
"Ahoiitslx months sco my duuvrlit-r t-iran fri-nlns
sorrsall ovr her body and us gradually erttincr
Wf.rw. " Kothlnir M'eraetl to do hur any jrood, although
i-e tried dirtei-ent nitlicint- but 'without t.uccej.
She would scr.U'h conlitiu.Ur ntttl was u night to look
at. I was axked t try a bottle of your l. I. 1.
remedy, which i did, and to my surprise It workt-d
wonders on her the second day. and before the bottle
was empty Klie w is almost cu red. The. fcecond bottle
completely cured her. 1 wi ninthly reooimnend your
remefly to any one sulTerinir with bkin dise&ae; the
ta.'t 18 I cannot ay enouph lor it.
Winking you everr nut-res I nm. Tours very truly,
V. KUNKHAJltli, suoi Fillniore Street.
"I am irlad to any thnt the bottle of medicine
furnished ty you in July lo-st has been of (rreat tvneht
to me. I am now free Irom the annoyance heretofore
suffered from Kcxcma on my ankles. 1 have sjso
cured a friend of mine who ha'd two or three .pots on
his lace.1' w. J. KooTNEIc. St. Paul, Mum.
VI' President ard General Manager of Great
Korthem fc-r press Co.
"Thnt wonderful discovery, the D. P. D. rcmedv,
cured me of a bad case of Kczema of lontf suimiinir,
which the physicians could not enre. 1 cheerfully
recommend it to all persons afflicted with snv kind of
Skin Disease." ('. r.w ikidwaKD.
( Ex-Mayor , Cairo, 111.
The preparation is belnjr used by most of the skin specialists. It is compounded for
drujrpists solely by the D. D. D. Company. 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
It is utilized by every general family physician who has taken the trouble to investigate
the work it is accomplishing.
It is used in the Cook County Hospital. Chicapo.
It will clear off any parasitic break in the skin in from 3 days to 60 flays' time.
If you have a skin disease visit the above agents and tee proofs that will make you
a happier human beintr.
f 1.00 buys this prescription already made up in sealed bottles with authentic label on
each. The above concera will all mail orders on receipt of price.
i ' ' i i V e make thciu
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J. PETERSEN (SL CO.. Moline. 111.
Factory- Corner SeventhSt re-rt am! Fourth Avrnne
TIM-WKKKLY I'KKSONAl.lA-l OMHXTEI) liXCl'liSlO.N S,
I.i:.VIN(i KANSAS CITY WKDNKSDAYS, riMDAYS AND SI X-DAYS-SANTA
FK ALL THK WAY.
Topnlar with all classes of 1 rax tiers. Ak for ur booklet,
'California in a Tourist Sleeper." nr tmiri.-t ears are nearly as
g-ood as Pullman's finest. Tliey are carried on fast t lirouh t rains.
Courteous employes continually liave your welfare in mind. JJail
r.oad and sleeper tickets are sold at low rales. Keeommended by
thousands of pleased patrons.
Daily trains carrying- standard Pullmans, touri.-t slcepi rs and
chair cars, Kansas City to Los Angeles, San Diego ami "Frisco.
Cheap colonist rates to California daily in April.
Atchison, Topeka & r?K Ff- H. D. Mack. Gen. Agt
Santa Fe R'y. e Rock Island.
is what we have reached in our laun
dry work. The most modern appli
BArjKKSFKLO ances and machinery and skilled
workmen have placed our worK iar
in advance of all competitors. For
faultless work and prompt service
go to the
tH I I I II H I 1.1 I li M 111 I I H 1
! ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
T EOCK ISLAND, ILL. X
t Incorporated Under tlie State Law. 4 Ter Cent t
X Interest Paid on Deposits. X
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Ieal instate security.
X J- Huford, Tresident.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
X F. fireenawalt, Cashier.
T5egan the business July 2, 1890,
X and occupying- S. E. corner of
Mitchell fc Lyndc's new building.
"I havt been troubled for years with Eczema of tho
skin and tried a jrreat variety of remedies and cures,
with no appuint relief. Doctors were unable to
benefit roe in any way. A friend of mine pave me a
bottle of your !. 1. D. remedy to try. lietore the
content of the first lMttle were consnnnsj I am triad
to say your remedy bad proved entirely satisiaotory
and had cured me.
I take (treat pleasure In rec ommenr1ln(r ft to all and
everyone wifferinic from any disease off the skin."
Sincerely yours. .K iHX D. RAUUOT.
A well-knnown Chicago business man.)
"The I. D. D. remedy cured me or Lichen-Bnber In
two weeks. 1 had bathed and treated at Hot Sprinirs.
Ark. for six weeks. The hot waters irritated tne and
mnde me worse. My body was covered with eruption
lroiu head to foot.'
GEO. GEEERT, So. SM 3rd St., Chicago.
Chiearjo, April . 190?.
1 pot some kind of s skin disease in a barher shop
and I tried a half bottle of your D. 1. P. Itemedy and
1 must any it cleared my slcin fine. I asKed the druir
trist for a salve and he says tie I. P. P. would be the
Init t hinic for me. 1 tntHitrht the price was a littie
too much, but if I ever have any kind of a skin disease
atrsin 1 am willinp to fiay ten times ns much. 1 think
it the best rcmedv In the world lor sny kind of a akin
disease. Yours trolv. KKANK W. KOI.LE.
ttt West Irving Park Boulevard, Chicago.
Buy a Piano or a.n Organ Now., 4
in our factory and sell
verv low nriees. We . .. j
best for the monev. if??-3J
5. nv it :i !.-- -
write us for prices. We tfLXii&3
de and repair or tune :ji.;.
cnt at verv reasonable
write us lor trices. e
1814 3d Ave.
1 1111 1MI I -ft I II HI I 1 I
R. R. Cable, T. Grecnawalt,
John Crubaugh, Phil .Mitchell,
II. P. Hull; L. Simon,
E.W. Hurst, J.M. Buford,
John Volk. X
Solicitors Jackson and Uurst.