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THE AHOTTS, THURSDAY; FEBRTTAHY SC, 1903.
' Bad Blood.
HULL'S GnnPE TOIIIC CURES COHSTIPflTlO'
CJonstipation is the rotting and decaying of undigested food
!n the alimentary canal. Disease germs arise from this fester-
Doctors Drescribeit. All drueiriate sell it at 50 cents a bottle.
Sen4 10c to Uzfctnlajc Medkloa Co. Rock.
FOR SALE IX EOCK ISLAND BY
JOHN E. BERGSTROM.
(JONtRAVTOK AMU BUILDER,
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
'will be done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
Hbop Thlrty-aecond Scraet and Fourteenth Avenue. Phone 157D Weak
THI TRAVELERS' OCIDB.
CHICAGO 8jCK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket ofllce, 1813 Second aye
nue, or C, It. L & P. depot
Fifth avanue foot of Tblrty-
Peorla branch depot, foot or
Twc nleth street. Frank H Plum me r. C. P. A.
t 7:00 pm
t 9:55 pm
t 0:25 am
t 3:00 am
t 6:52 am
t S 25 pm
t 6:57 am
t 3:25 pm
i 8:20 pm
t 7:10 am
It 0-2S M.TB
CioiJen ftiave J, mlted
Denver Limited & Omaba..
Ft. Worth, Denver .fe K C.
Davenport & Chicago
tOmaha A Minneapolis....
Colorado & Omaha
Dea Moines & Omaha
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Dea Moines Express
St. Paul & V.lt neapolls
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. C.
tK ans as Cltv.St Joe & Calif .
t 3:45 am
t 5:20 aa
t !:v am
t 7:50 at)
t l:'ia pm
; z:ia pm
- o. -
Rock laiacd& Washington
t 2:15 pm
J K5 nm
Cblcaco ues Moieis....
Rook Inland & Brooklyn Ac
lOmuba & Rock island..
El Paso & San Francisco
t Cedar Rpids. Tipton
it 4:&0 pm
SOCK ISLAND AND PEOBIA DIVISION.
Trams leave Twentieth street station Main
ne trains atart from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
Peoria, Springfield. St. L-,
.ATI , ABBIVB
i 11:15 am
;$: 45 am
Peoria, Springfield, Indian
apolis. .;iiicini. .DJutMn
tagton, fat. Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln
Cable & Sherrard ccom.
Cable & Sherrard Aecom.
tl 45 pm
' Ar-ival. tDeparture tDaUy. except Sun
flay. Phone West 10S3. West 11.18, West 1428.
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON &
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
St. Louis, Springfield
- Gaiesburg, Peoria an
Sterling, Mendota anf
Bv Lovua, Kansas City
Denver and Pacific
Bterltng and points In
termediate Dubuque, Clinton, Ls
Crosse, St- Paul, Minn
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, aaC
a 35 an
7 00 am
Clinton and Intermediat e! s7:00 am
a. Stop at Bock Island 25 minutes for meals,
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
.KJ & St. Paul Kuway. u.,
R. I. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wi-od,
agent. The trains ior jju
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davennort. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
TRAIK3. LKAVB AHRIVS.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
senger .................... 11:50 am
Accommodation 10:10 am 12:16 pm
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
senger 3 0 pm
MUwaukee Express 7:00 am 8:47 pm
Freeport Fxpress : 3:45 pm 11:40 am
All inlm ri&llv A-rncnk Rnndav
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
mate connections leaving i aiu. uu i
riving at 8.47 p. m. via lowa siae oi me river
Jacsson, Hurst & Stafford, Attorneys,
state or Illinois, ),
.Jmk MUV VWv. - ,
In the Circuit Court of said county. In
chancery Foreclosure No 5017. .
Island, vs John Greim, rederika Greim, and
Notice is hereoy grven, that by virtue of
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled cause on the 13th day of December,
A. D. 1903, 1 shall, on Saturday, the seventh
s-m f k'ohrmn. A D.. IPC 3. at the hour of
n'KinKU In thn afternoon, at the
ut door of the Court House, in the
City of Rock Island, In said County of
publlo vendue to the highest bidder for
casn in naun, ub v. ,uw
-i. i ho rnuntw nl Rnrrk Inland and
State of Illinois, known and described as
LoTno. Thirty-five 5) in Guyer's First (1st)
Dated at Moline, Illinois, this Eighth day of
lanuaiy, a. -
nriTTiB .T TTictotitiw
m,...an Mnoli Tclnnd Hnuntv. Til
V1 LCI 1U V" WVJ' J - - r - ,
Jackson, Hubst & Stafford, (Jomplalnant s
n-TB rvm im()PUSIIIVT
present at the time and place of said rale In
the above notic specified, sald sa els ad
journed until BaiuruB, mxvu a. i i.
at z o clock p. m- i" - ,,..T
WALTEtt J. ENTRIKIN.
Master in Chancery.
nm i nwr n AD1V For Drunk
TREATMENT phlne & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO:,
WrM tor Uterctar. DAMVEPS. ILL.
blood. The blood becomes impure and
shortly the entire system gives way to
the unhealthy condition.
cannot cure a case nxe mis vy
pills or other common cathartics.
A laxative will noi ao. a Diooa meui
cine is ineffective. Mull's Grape Tonic
ia a crpntlft and mild laxative in addition
to being a blood-making and strength
giving tonic which immediately builds
up the wasted body and makes rich, red
blood that carries its health-giving
6trength to every tissue at every heart
Mull's Grape Tonic Is made of pure
. crushed fruit juices and is Bold under a
IiUo4, lit. to eorer poate oa large tmpli ottle.
IIAHTZ & ULLtMEYER.
A. tane worm eltthtecn feet Ions at
lenst camo on tho scone aftor ry t.'Uinir two
CASCAUETS. This 1 nm sure hrs caused my
bad health for the iast three yc;;rs. i am still
taking Cuscarois. the only cathartic worthy of
notice by sensible ieo;le."
G eo. Bowles, Bain!. Mass.
Plcanant, PalatKblc. Pnwnt, Timte Good, Do
Good, Kever SicbeE, Wcalteu or Gripe. 10c, 2c, 5Cc.
StrrllH HemfHly Corny, Cfelcarft, Jltmlrwl. .w Trk. 313
yn Tft DIP Sold and ri:nrarted by a!) drug.
nil" I U'DAW i.nU VoCXIU. Tobacco Habit.
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 us when
they feel the need of help.
T.o those who have not yet done so
we would urge the necessity of act
ing at once.
If what follows applies to 30U,
you cannot alTord to delay.
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 speak, 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 so
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
tial. - .
Wood Medical Institute,
E. B: OLIVER, M. C, M. D
GEORGE B. WOOD, B. S., M J).
Ilours: 9 to 12; 1:30 to 4; 7 to 8.
Sunday, 10 to 12.
Second Floor, Hibernian Building.
423 Brady Street. Davenport, la".
- . 7rr 1
ii)f. nJ .1
The library board held a meeting
Tuesday afternoon. Mr. lues-sling.
the architect, met with the board,-aud
the matter of the unfinished building
was canvassed. The matter will go
as outlined. Some contractors who
are desired to figure on the work will
be asked to bid on it, and a contract
will be let for the completion cf the
building from the point at which the
Northern Building company laia it
down. Mr. Kiesslinsr has irone back
to his office in Boston, whither he had
been called by important business.
County Superintendent Walker has
made the arrangements for this year's
institute. This statement covers all
the institute that the teachers of the
county, are to have this year, for in
stead of. being divided this time, as
it has been for several years past,
the iwn institute is to be continuous,
and all to be held in the spring. The
hot weather of the summer is to be
avoided, and the new arrangement
will doubtless be a veTy agreeable
The!-: Carnival f Nations planned
and preseded over by the local lodge
of the Mystic Toilers, gathered more
than a thousand people at Turner
Grand opera house Tuesday evening,
and was. one of the greatest successes
that has ever been scored here.
Standing room was at a premium by
8 o'clock, and late comers did well to
get inside the doors. The costumes
were bright, varied and innumerable.
By the completeness of the arrange
ments, a large percentage of nearly
10 nations and various professional
in:l industrial groups had been pro-.
tided for. These were there, and
there were scores of other individual
efforts in the costuming line of more
or less elaborateness. Lee Grabbe's
Roosevelt was ou of the hits of the
evening, and Dr. C. T. Lindle.Vy to
whom a very large share of the credit
for the success of the event be
longs, was I'ncle Sam. The decora
tions of the hall were fairly a reve
lation. Nothing more appropriate or
artistic has been seen here in connec
tion with such an event. The Toilers
set a new standard, which may be
emulated but can hardly be excelled
for some time to come.
. v 1 1 1 iitiu 111; lilt . inn ii r ill
death of IJarold W. IVtersen, the jury
after due deliberation returned a ver
dict stating that the deceased came.
t his death through the inhaling of
gas, done with suicidal intent. Among
otner things a letter from .Mr. 1'eter-
. ,,-ir.. x,ow 'rtilw littrr
'l II l, 111.- ,,1V IV....
dated several (lays before, showed his
intent at committing suicide, the Mi
neral was held this afternoon at : at
his late residence on the northeast
corner of Ripley ami Sixth streets.
Foley's Honey and Tar is best for
croup and whooping cough, contains
no opiates, and cures quickly. Care
ful mothers keep it in the house. All
Falling Hair vanish
before the magic touch of
Newbro's Herpicide, the
latest scientific discovery.
It kills the dandruff germs.
Destroy the cause, , you re
move the effect. Kill the
dandruff germ, and your
hair will grow abundantly.
8t . A wmo?rT, Tnno, Tkm. s, 9.
flerntnlde - nil that 7011 claim for It. It
tiftn rlnnii my hetwl from dandruff. nil left
my hair flnend soft. Osakus AI.Ckombbk.
For Sale at all First-Class Dru $ Stores.
For sale by T. II. Thomas, druggist
JOHN VOLK & CO.,
Also Manufacturers of Sash, Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Ilard Wood
Flooring of All Kinds.
Single and Doubler Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled .
Plate and Art Glass.
811-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
r"niT"" STOPPED FREE
I i II tl tV Permanently Cursd by
-II 11 AnS- KLINE'S GREAT
, 13 Li Oner ye restorer
A COWRULTATTO. tmm.l .r J tiJl. Hallo i
m TRIAL. UOTTLH FRKIS
Feraaneni Cure, mIj mpwy Mi.r. !!
Nnrao. PiKMiwiu, pilepar, BpMuna, BU Vitus'
Dmnoe. Debility. JCxiiauaUoa. IoWH:l.
i-RH B H.KimF.m .931 arch St., PhHsdelphls.
Genuine stamped C C C Never eoU la talk,
j Bewtre of the dealer who tries to sell
'something jnst as good.
Hi fm - iwiti
COCJtTl TEMPtK '
Feb. 25. John G. Scheurmann to
Charles J. Nelson, tract by metes and
bounds, nw, 2. 17, 2w,.$500.
City of Rock Island to .Anna Corcor
an, lot 9, block 1, Thompson & Wells
add, Rock Island, $1,210.
Myra A. Smith to Thomas II.
Brown, tract by metes and bounds.
ney4, 31, 18, le, $1.1,570.
Alfred A. Skinner to Thomas H.
Brown, s 2 acres in ne4. 37, 18, le,
Clans-L. Lumlquist to Thomas II.
Brown, lots 1 and 2, M. A. Skinner's
subdiv. of e 37 acres of w 97 acres,
ne4, 31. 18. le, $1,87.1.04.
Alfred Cosgro to B. .F. Fountaine,
w4, wy3, 3:, and nw4, 32, 17, 4w, $4,-
TALES OF THEATRE
"King Dodo," the jolly old poten
nte who has been amusing audiences
iver the country the past two sea
ions. held forth at the Illinois last
light, giving a neat performance of
he popular Pixley and Luders eome
ly. " The book abounds in rich com-
JOHN STOIJM IX "TIIK CIUMSTAIX."
edy and the music is tuneful. How
well-known the airs have grown can
be judged from the fact that the boys
in the galterv took to whistling the
chorus of the "Tale of the Bumble
bee" when smi": bv daintv Miss Peeb
les, who gave a most charming inter
pretation of the character of Annette
f. W. Meyers was funny as King
Do.lo. and had admirable support in
Harrv Carter. Uobert 1ctt. .1. 1. Ab
bott. May Kinory, la-slie .I.cifjh. Maiidt'
Williams, and a fine lookinr and well-
Few plays, either at home or abroad
during the past years, have had the
good fortune enjoyed by Hall C'aine's
adaptation of his novel, "The Chris
tian," which conies Friday to the
Illinois. The book had an enormous
sale on both sides of the Atlantic,
but the play is destined for even
greater popularity. In New York the
public of all classes crowded to see it
for 175 nights in succession, while cul
tured Boston pronounced it the best
play in many years and gave it an im
interrupted run of 111) nights. Dra
matic writers in everv la rare citv from
coast to coast have pronounced it the
greatest triumph in stage literature
in this country. The company which
Messrs. Liebler & Co. will send em
braces. 40 people, and is one of par
ticular strength and general excell
ence. Special scenery is brought and
the presentation will be complete
Paul Gilmore will present Haddou
Chamber's comedy of temperament,
"The Tyranny of Tears," at the Illi
nois Sunday, supported by a east of
players which .Jules Murry picked up
from the best of New York's society
actors and actresses. Gilmore is hand
some, very much in earnest and earn
ed his reputation as a star in "Under
the Bed Robe," and as the dashing
impetuous king's Musketeer D'Arta
gnan, who kills a man in n street
brawl and to make amends to the
widow proposes to her.- In Haddon
Chambers' play he takes the part of a
literary man, working hard upon the
crowning efforts of a successful ca
reer. Haddon Chambers' novels and
dramas have given him a world wide
reputation and he has concentrated
all his power upon this well known
dramatic effort of his which run for
two years in London at the Criterion,
with Charles Wyndham as Clement
Parbury, the part Paul Gilmore plays
so gracefully. It is a pure, wholesome
comedy interpreted by an excellent
cast of players and has the advantage
of being staged by Charles Forsythe,
who acted in the original London pro
Messers. Smith & Lamb, presenting
the Mnrry Comedy company, are due
in the city soon. The organization is
stronger than ever and consists of
22 people. It is a popular priced com
pany par excellence, and the special
ties, of which there are a great num
ber, are of a high order. The com
pany will appear here for a week
commencing March 2. The opening
bill, "True as Steel," is a comedy
drama pure and sparkling and fair!'
bristles with startling climaxes and
laughing comedy. The enviable rep
utation the company has gained
through the country will be more
than sustained this season.
fcrw Are &l4aeys ff
Ir. Hobbs 8prsns PUUcnre stl kidney tUs. Jwv
la frs. Add. StsrUns Bm4r Co., Chicago or U. T.
Chris " Swanson, of 1909 Sixth ave
nue, who on account of poor health
was obliged to give up his place as a
foreman at the Moline Plow shops,
which place he has held for many
years, departs on' a trip to Sweden
Monday next in the hope of benefiting
himself physically and to see his peo
ple whom he has not seen since his
The Missionary society of the First
'ongregational church, at its raeet
ng held Tuesday afternoon at the
lome of Mrs. Gilbert Fleet, made the
preliminary arrangements for tho
meeling here of the Woman's Board
f Missions of the Interior, which is
o hold its sessions beginning the ev-
ning of the last day of March and
ontinuing the two following days.
Henry A. Schumaicher celebrated
the 8."th anniversary of his birthday
i ue.su ay. uramnna ficnumacher is
also 85 j-ears of age. They have lived
in Moline 49 years, having come here
in 1854, though Mr. Schumacher had
passed through here fi ye years earlier
so that his first look at Moline was
taken 54 years ago. " ; : '
About thirty persons responded to
the call for a meeting at the Unitari
an church Tuesday evening of those
desired to work for civic reform in
Moline. It was definitely decided to
put a citizens' ticket in the field.
Manager White, of the high school
team, is in receipt of a letter from
Gcneseo announcing that the Insti
tute will have our boys up there
March 1.1. to play the return game of
At a recent meeting of the Ministe
rial union of this city, which has as
its members the pastors of the vari
ous churches, it was decided that Sun
day, March 15, should be set aside to
raise money for the sufferers in north
ern Sweden. Kach and every preacher
will take the subject up in the pulpit
and lay before his congregation the
famished condition in which the JK'o-
ple suffer. Then the collection will
be taken up which will no doubt swell
the fund, although some, of the
churches have already taken collec
Two engines from Xatick were early
yesterday morning in a vmashup at
Wilton, Iowa. The engines left Xat
ick at 1 :.'!), running double-header.
F.ngiue ".SO was in charge of Kngineer
Moody and Fireman Hodgson. Fngine
5'.n was in charge of Kngineer Bish
op and Frcnian ( ristly. The train
was in charge of Conductor Van
Doiin. At Wilton the engines were
itncouplcd in some manner, and they
came Heavily together. three cars
were thrown on the track. Ao one
.Minimi Lister, who was at one time
a teacher in the Gustus school, and
is now in a business college at Mil
wauliee, has been tendered a posi
tion as auditor of the American Me
Kcnna Process eomMiny. a company
capitalized at $10,000,000 and engaged
in the manufacture of steel rails.
Differences in regard to bookkeeping
which were referred to Mr. Lister, and
in which he was-sustained bv other
experts, brought him to the position
Anton Boman, Son of C. II. Boman,
employed at the C, R. I. & I, passen
ger station, was taking a truck out
to get baggage Tuesday evening from
the west-bound train due here at 6:15
which tram was a little late, .lust as
he stepped on the first track he saw
an east-bound freight almost upon
him. He barely saved himself by
jumping. The truck was carried to
Fourteenth street and was entirely
The shopmen's committee met Tues
day evening at Industrial hall and
completed drafting a constitution and
by-laws for the proposed organiza
tion. A call for a mass meeting will
be issued for next Sunday afternoon
at which meeting the work of the
committee will be submitted.
British Crnlser Record Breaker.
The new armored cruiser recently
built for the British government is a
record breaker, having developed the
fastest speed of any vessel in their
navy. In medicine, however, we have
the record breaker in Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters. Introduced over
fifty years ago, it has forged ahead
until today rinds it occupying the
foremost position as a family remedy
and is used largely to the exclusion
of all others. Don't fail to try a hot
tie, especially if .you are weak and
run down or suffer from poor appe
tite, heartburn, belching, nausea
headache, indigestion, dyspepsia or
constipation. It cannot help but do
you good, and if taken regularly will
surely restore 3 011 to 'perfect health.
The genuine must have our private
stamp over the neck of the bottle. Re
fuse all imitations.
To Care Cold In One Dy
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 25 cents.
In all the world no medicine like
Rocky Mountain Tea, the system pur
ifier and vitalizes; it builds your
health from the ground up. Try it.
33e. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
Too late to cure a cold after con
sumption has fastened its deadly grip
on the lungs. Take Dr. Wood's Nor
way Pine Syrup while yet there is
Men Who Starve Themselves
to Accumulate Honey.
There is a certain fearful fascination
about the stories of the misers of the
past. The money they accumulated was
of no more practical value to them than
the trinkets stolen and secreted by some
magpie or jackdaw. They hid it from
the sight and use of men and in silence
and secret gloated over the useless
weaiw. 1 o gainer ii lucy nveu on
crusts or offal, grudged clothes to cover
them and fire to warm them, lived
starved lives and in not a few cases died
of starvation. That was the old-time
miser. The modern miser resembles
this man of the past In the particular
that he frequently dies of starvation.
In his eagerness to gather money he
11 -.-. ltA l4l'fn at" tiAaltta
He eats anything, anyhow, any when,
WT- 1 II. A. . .
ana anywnere. ne uoesn 1 eai crusis
bv anv means nor spare his purse to fill
his stomach. The mistake he makes is
in thinking that when a man nas filled
his stomach, that is the end of the busi
ness of feeding. Instead of being the
end of feeding it's only the beginning.
There is no value in food unless it is
digested, converted into nutrition and
assimilated. These processes depend
upon the healthfulness of tne stomacn
and the other organs of digestion and
nutrition. When these organs are dis
eased they cannot extract the nutrition
from the food received into the stomach
and the bodv becomes weak throueh
lack of nourishment. One day this
"weakness" begins to find a special de
velopment in some chief organ, heart,
liver, lungs, kidneys, etc., to which the
man succumbs. The doctor's certificate
reads "heart disease, "" kidney disease,"
as the case may be.
But the real reading of the certificate
STARVED TO DEATH.
The truth of this statement is appar
ent. The body is sustained by food
digested and assimilated. But the body
is made up of its parts and organs, and
when the stomach is "weak," digestion
imperfect, and the nutrition extracted
from food inadequate to the needs of the
body, the result is shared by every part
ana organ 01 me oouy. rm irawu
no man is stronger than his stomach,
and no organ sustained by the stomach
can be stronger man me siomacn.
Therefore when we hear of "weak"
etnmarVi vcf are nrpttv sure we are eoin
to hear in time of " weak " heart, " weak"
lungs, "weak" kidneys, or weaitness or
A ntimr rrmn nf tVio Iwl v denendent
on the stomach and its associated organs
of digestion ana nutnuou.
Now these things being true when a
man has heart " trouble," Uver " trouble,"
w a .
-a 1 11 11 11 1 11 1 11 uii 1
HALF A MILLION DOLLARS IS THF EXPKXSE OF Xl-W
EQUIPMENT THIS SEASON ON THE CALIFORNIA LIMITED.
YOU PAY NOTHING EXTRA FOR THESE ADDED COMFORTS.
Most experienced travelers prefer the California Limited. They
find luxurious ease in the cozy compartment and observation Pull
mans. They enjoy the diversified scenery, a thrilling panorama of
valley and peak, forest and plain; no wearisome monotony. They
appreciate the superior dining-car meals. "Santa Fc all the way,"'
Chicago and Kansas City to Los Angeles, San Diego and San Fran
cisco. Such a train will please you. too. AVhy bc satisfied with less
than the very best? You can visit Grand Canyon of Arizona en
route. Our other through California trains carry standard Pullmans,
tourist sleepers and chair cars.
Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe R'y.
rM II I I III 1
I The Height
is what we have reached in our laun
dry work. The most modern appli
ances and machinery and skilled
workmen have placed our work far
in advance of all competitors. For
faultless work and prompt service
go to the
I R.OCK ISLAND
?H I 1 1 1 1 H HI IUHH 1 1 I
KOLTv ISliALI, lL,Lu .
Incorporated Under tlie State Law. 4 Per Cent X
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Eeal Estate Security
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
r. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
nnd occunvincr S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
kidney "trouble," etc., where Is the first
place to look for the cause of the dis
ease? Why. where else can it be but
the stomach ? The most probable cause
of these forms of " weakness " is defici
ent nutrition resulting from the " weak "
condition of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition." And
if these diseases of heart, liver, lungs,
kidneys, etc., begin in the stomach they
must be cured through the stomach.
IT'S AN EVERY DAY AFFAIR
to receive letters reporting the cure of
diseased kidneys, weak heart, torpid
liver, or lung "trouble " through the use
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. But one may say, Golden Medical
Discovery is a medicine for the stom
ach and blood, in particular."
Exactly so. And that is why it cures
diseases remote from the stomach but
which have their origin in disease of the
stomach and other organs of digestion
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery cures diseases of the stomach and
digestive and nutritive
1 systems. The food taken
I into the body is then con
sul verted into nutrition
Vv which is supplied to
heart, lungs, kidneys, and
other organs which are
made strong by nutrition.
Disease is thrown off.
New strength comes to
every tissue and fiber of
the body. "
"I suffered for four
years with pain in my
stomach so that at times
I couldn't work nor eat,"
writes Mr. Frank Smith, of
Granite, Chaffee Co., Colo.
" I wrote to you about my
sickness and was told to
use your medicine, which
I did with good results.
I only used four bottles
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and I can highly recom
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"I was troubled with
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"They had almost given me up, and my
suffering was very great. My pulse was
weak, breath short and I had severe pains
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of heart, and from June 1st, 1895, to
May 1st, 1S98, 1 was not able to do a
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Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
and before I had finished taking the first
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my disease of three years' standing. I
continued taking the medicine, and by
the time the fifth bottle was gone I was
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mend Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery to any similar sufferer."
"In 1898, one of my daughters was
suffering on account of a severe cough,
hectic fever.'wastins of flesh and other
symptoms of diseased lungs," writes Rev.
Joseph H. Fesperman, of Barium Springs,
Iredell Co., N. C. "I promptly gave her
Dr. R. V. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, with gratifying success, and she
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without exception, used them with fa
vorable results. This being true, I here
by heartily endorse your medicines."
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pected in one volume. It is simply
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