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THE AEGTJB, TUESDAY, JUNE 30; 1903.
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CONSTIPATSCN STARTED YOUR SUFFERING,
CURE IT AND YOUR AFFLICTION WILL VANISH.
null's Grapo Yen! 3
C -J ordinary cathartics, this remedy is a mild,
trentle laxative in addition to beinor a creator
t I - flesh-builder, blood-maker and strength-giver
.T J than cod liver oil or any other preparation
when the undigested food remains
empties mgniy diseased germs into tne blood, euen as typnoid ana
malaria, Mini's Grape Tonic will positively cure. Large sample bottle
will be sent free to any address on receipt of 10 cents to cover postage,
by the Lightning Medicine Co., Hock Island, 111. Send name of your
druggist. Ail druggists sen Aiuirs
8JEWB.S.S fl PJ
TBI TBATELEB8 QUIDS.
CHICAGO. RJCK ISLAND
V- AFftclflo Railway tiokcm
- ean be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Second ave
nut, or C, R. L &P. depot
Fifth ftvenue foot of Tblrty
Peorla branch denot. foot of
Twentieth street. Frank H. Plummer. CP.A,
Denver Limited & 0mfa-.
Ft. Worth, Denver & K. C.
.lOmaha & Minneapolis....
Deti Moines St Omaha......
DenTer, Lincoln & Omaha.
tea Moines Expree"
St. Paul & Kinneay.
Denver, Ft. Worth & 1. C.
Kansas City, StJoe&Callf.
IRock Island & Washington
chlcaro & DeaMolB!3
jt &:4S am
it 7:60 a CD
t 7:00 pm
t 1: pm
X 2:15 pan
t w:t pm
t 0:85 am
t 3:00 am
t 6:52 am
t 9:25 pm
t 7:10 am
t 325 pm
t "2 SS pm
t 7:10 am
t 045 am
Rock Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omaha & Des Moines,
j Cedar Kplds. Tipton
t tifiO pm
! 10:37 am
T 4:ao pm
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
nd trains start from main depot on Fifth
ayeouo 5 minutes in advance of time given.
TRAINS. I tiSAVS. f A B K I V a.
ceoria, bpriugneia, ow u.
Peoria, Springfield, Indian
Ington, St. Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln
, elnnatl, liloomlngton....
Cable & Sherrard Accom.
Cable ft Sherrard A ccom .
IV. v am
ay. phone Wet 1093. west 113a West 1423
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON A
Quincy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. TOUNG, Aen.
FRANK A. HART.
.St. Louis, Springfield
Galesburg, Peoria anc
.Bterilng, Mendota ant
Bt. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and ., Pacific
Sterling and polxti In
termediate Dbhuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, St. Paul, Minn.
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
7:30 am m
t7 30 am t0:35 am
s 725 pm 7:10 pm
pm t7:10 pm
s7:40 pm 00 am
t7:00am t7:00 pm
70 am 7:00 pm
b. stop at Bock Island 25 minutes for meals,
Dally. tDafly except Sunday.
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' 3 r rw rrr m u 3rk mtnwt . . fw,k nf ttvntAAnlh
Z?2? ? Gerge- WT Wood;
i2fw agent. The trains for Du-
Ttalns for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
Via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at 3avannafor points
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
AU trains dally except Munda
. Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 am. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
ACME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
aaa all points oeiwoen.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
F. R. HOPKINS. Agent
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. White
Collar Line Steamers. Summer Sched
ule: Steamer Helen Blair For Muscatine, Bur
lington and all Intermediate points Mon
day. Wednesday and Friday a . 4 p. m and
Sunday at 4:30 p. m. for Muscatine.
Stemer Sliver Crescent -For Muscatine
and Burlington by daylight every Tuesday,
Thursday and .Saturday at 11 a m. Fine
service and low rates. Parties ran go to
Muscatine on Heamer Belen Blair aod re
turn on Silver Credent at 10:80 p. m Fare
for round trip 60 cen is.
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent.
ffUV ALIPDIHT9 0BTKT t
For Clinton, Irubuque, LaCrosse, St.
Paul and points between, steamer
Ihibuque June 23, at 10:30 a. m.;
Cteamer Quincy June 28, at 10:30 a. m.
For Muscatine, Burlington, Quincy,
St. Louis and points between, steam
er Thibuq'ae June 27, at 9 a. m.; steam
er Quincy July 2, at 9 a. m.
GEORGE LAMONT, Agt.
Office: 115 Seventeenth, street. Tel
tphones: Old 1103, new 6103. .
Cures Donst spation-
Tien ths bowels move irregularly the entire
bodily system must suffer. Constipation more
occurs among women and it mani
in provomng protuse leucorrnea
serious female diseases. Regular
result in a complete cure when you
(Jrnrta 'I'rtnln llnlilro rtilla and
r recommended for that purpose. Mull s Grape
) . Tonic will permanently cure the most obstin
ate case of constipation, and . the numerous
afflictions that invariably follow in its wake.
No matter if it is piles, liver complaint, kidney
disorder, vertigo, palpitation of the heart,
diarrhea or the self-Doisoninz which foll6wB
in the bowels where it putrefies and
urape ionic at &u cents a Dome
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need ol dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and te our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to tit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Gold fillings, $1 and up
Gold crowns, 4 to 5
Set of teeth, $5 and up. . . .
fl5 set of teeth for
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel'g Drug Store.
3fy wire had pimple on lier face. but
she hiis boon t.ikin CASCAKETS and they
hiivn nil disappeared. I hful twcn troubled
with constipation for some time, but alu-r luk
Intf the first Citscaret I have hiul r trouble
with this ailment. We rnnnot speak too highly
Of CSOiirfts." FltED Wartman,
5T0S ilermantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa,
Pleanant. Palatable. Potnnt. Tat Good, Do
Good, Kevr Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. lOo, iic. Mo.
Slrrltn- Itrmrdf Campanj.Clilrmso, Snslrral, 5rw York. 314
flft TH PAP Solil ami sriranto.l br all dnig.
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Kits to C'lKK Tobacco llabit.
ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
I-IKSr AU iniltU J LL5UAT5 OF EACH MONTH
Direct coonedlont at Cincinnati from all points
WRITE FOR RATES.
W. A. BECKIiER, N. P. A Chlcaeo. El.
J. V. BBOWK, N. E. P. A. . Itroit. Mich!
W. W. BONNAVANT. I JA. Warren. O
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W. C. SIMSARSON, Q. P. A. . . .Cincinnati-
JOHN VOLK &
' Contractors and
Also Manufacturers of Sash. Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
flooring of All
fegle and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass. . .
11 AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
- BOCK ISLAND.
Yesterday marked an important
epoch in the history of the First Na
tional bank of this city, for it was
upon June 25), 1S63, just 40 years ago,
that this bank was opened for busi
ness. It was also the first national
bank in operation in the United
States, which fact makes the anni
versary all the more interesting. Aus
tin Corbin, who later became one of
the. leading bankers and millionaires
of New York, was its first president
and Ira Gifford, father .of Jra Gilford,
Jr., who for years was a member
of the hardware firm of Reynolds &
Gifford, was its first cashier.
Jersey liidge has decided to
celebrate the Fourth in grand
style and the benefit of the celebra
tion is to be given to the Lend-a-Iland
club of Davenport. The com
mittee, tinder the chairmanship of W.
II. Wilson, are hard at work to make
it a rousing success.
The entire stock of the Havens &
Hrockniann company was sold yester
day to the firm of Washburn & llalli
gan. An application was made for
the sale of the stock bv John Hrock
niann, the assignee, and the judge en
tered the order for the sale in the af
ternoon. The stock was inventoried
at $13,:;4().7S. and Washburn & Halli-
gan purchased it for SO per cent on
the merchandise and 50 per cent on
the machinery. The amount paid for
the stock and machinery was placed
The new hole! which was planned
for Davenport may be built after all.
A meeting of the citizens of Daven
port has been called to be held in the
business men's rooms at S o'clock
Wednesday niyht and it is expected
that plans will be formulated there
for the building of the hotel. A num
ber of citizens realizing the necessity
of a new hotel in the city, and the ad
vantage of such a butldinr to the mer
chants have urced that something be
done and it is probable that, a stock
company will be formed.
Charles II. Coyne, of GOG Federal
street, passed awav vesterdav, con-
jestion of the brain being the cause.
About 11 o clock Sunday night he was
taken suddenly ill. A physician was
called when it, was found' necessary
to remove him to the hospital when
death occurred-. The deceased was
born April 17. 1S4S. and has lived the
greater part of his life in Davenport.
IJesides his wife to mourn his death
lie leaves five children. William "J..
of Kock Island; Jennie, Belle B., Lois
M., and Bert at home; also three sis
ters, Mrs. John I.. Smith and .Mrs. Hall
Hailey. of this city; Mrs. J. I,. Brown,
of Chicago; and two brothers, Wil
liam L.. of Bock Bland, and Kobcrt J.,
of Chicago. .....
The death of Franklin Schumacher,
son of Capt. Schumacher, occurred
at the family home, 424 West "Third
street, at '2:30 o'clock Sunday morn
ing. Deceased was born in this city
March 11, 1S75. He lived here ull his
life. . Latterly he was employed by
the Folding Baby Carriage company.
He was a young man who had many
friends and his death is attended with
sadness for them. The surviving rel
atives are Capt. Schumacher, his sis
ter, Mrs. Goos and Miss Camilla Schu
macher, and his brother Ia'o, in St.
The news has, come of the death at
North Creek, N. Y., Sunday, ft Frank
W. Everett, aged 27, after an invalid
ism of two years. Mr. Everett was
married here in the fnll of 10OO, to
Miss Julia, daughter of A. Kimball. He
was an electrical engineer. His re
mains will be brought to his father's
home, at Highland Park, Chicago.
The body of Otto Smith, the young
man who was drowned in the Wapsie
during the recent flood June 1. has
not yet been found although diligent
search has been made for it. The river
has been dragged and a "constant
watch has been maintained. It is
thought the body has been buried
deeply beneath the sands'. The drown
ed' young man was a relative of Mrs.
M. E. Bowling of this city. He met
(IDKEY m ' -
All diseases of Kidneys,
maaaer, urinary organs.
Also ftheumatlsm. Back
ache, HeartDlseane. Gravel,
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There Is a
cure for you. If necessary write lir. Fenner.
He lias spent a life time curing lust eucb
cases as yours. All consultations Free.
For years I had backache, sever pain
across kidneys and scalding urine. I could
not Kt out of bed without help. The useof
Vt. v enner's Kidney and Backache Cure re-
gtoied me. G. WAGONER, .Knonsvtlle. Pa."
Irui?x!st!.50c.. fl. AskforCook Book Free.
ST. V I TUS' DAN C E Sm w.SdS2iJ.S
For sale by Harper House Fharinacy
and Canode's Pharmacy.
For Drunkenness and
VAX An LoAr
1 i WW WiiW VI
his death while trying to sare cattle
near Wheatland. .
William Gannon, the man who was
arrested Saturday night charged with
stealing a quantity of clothing, was
brought into court yesterday and en
tered a pFea of not guilty. Gannon
stated that some man gave him the
clothes that the officer found with
him. The clothes were valued at $15
and Gannon was given 15 days in jail.
There is another suit filed against
him, however, and us soon as he serves
one sentence he will get another. He
will be kept in jail until the matter is
thoroughly investigated and it is
thought that enough evidence can be
secured to bind him over to the grand
The reports of Mercy hospital for
the year commencing January 1, have
been given out and are of interest to
the public in general. Of the 175 medi
cal cases, 108 recovered, 46 improved
and 21 died.. Of the surirical cases
that were operated upon 217 recover
ed, 15 improved, and only 1) died. . .. , .,
At the office of Justice Louis E.
Itoddcwig, opposite the court house at
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon occur
red the marriage of Charles Gustaf
soii, of Sherrard, 111., and Miss Mary
S. Opper, sister-in-law of Charles
Fuchs, of this city. The ceremony was
quietly performed and a reception fol
lowed at the home of the bride's sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Fuchs, of Third and
Maiquette streets. The couple will
make their home in Sherrard,
111., where the groom is interested in
the operation of a coal mine.
The Barbers union held an exciting
session at LahrmaUn's hall last even
ing, but after u debate lasting several
hours, decided not to retract from
their former stand, and to close on
Sunday. A committee of the boss bar
bers met with the union men, and
were given the floor in the meeting.
Bach one expressed his views, some
offering to arbitrate the matter, and
others to give shorter hours in week
days, but after listening to all their
employers' pleas the men decided to
close bv a vote of 2S to 7.
One of the largest contracts that
has ever been signed in Davenport
was agreed to late last evening be
tween the International Construction
company of Detroit and the Daven
port & Suburban Fleet ric Bailway
company, w ho signed an agreement for
the construction of the new road. The
contract calls- for an expenditure of
$1,400,000, and includes all of the line
between Davenport and Muscatine,
the Fourth street line, the Oakdule
cemetery line and one-half mile of
track in Muscatine. The power sta
tion will be built at Buffalo, Iowa, at
a cost of $22:i.0(K). The work will be
gin next week in Muscatine, and one
week later the men will begin work
on the Fourth street line in Daven
port. AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper K. C. Haas. St. Lou
is; W. S. Beyer, St. Louis; J. S. Ad
ams, Syracuse; Miss Louise Welge,
Dubuque; T. M. Cook. Beardstown;
S. A. D. Farr. Aledo; II. G. Kruse. Ot
tawa; E. D. Wricrht. Wvominsr: T. D.
White, city; W. O. Hitchcock, Peoria;
C. S. Scott, St.-Louis; M. 1). Bosen
field. Moline; L. Stevenson, Chicago;
Emil Lungers, Milwaukee; E. L. Hack
stadt, Saginaw; W. C. Munro, Cincin
nati; H. Norton, Lockport; William
Fisher, U. S. army; J. B. Good ridge,
Minneapolis; C. II. Wordell, Cincin
nati; F. D. Ramsay, Morrison; It. M.
Ramsay. Morrison; W. A. Wilde, Chi
cago; W. B. Gillam, Chicago; It. M.
Robertson, Chicago; Oscar Bondy and
wife, Cedar Bapids; E. S. Fish, Otta
wa; Charles A. Crist, New York; C.
C. Nutting, Iowa City; Harry Hopper,
Indianola, I owa ; H. C. Watson, Em
metsburg, lown; C. II. Young, Chica
go; E. It. Smith, Chicago; C. Emerson,
Chicago; G. Cuddy, city.
At the Harms (European) W.
Boyee and family, J. Philip Morris,
C. B. McYey, Chicago; N.ell. Millard,
Beardstown; M. II. Behfrin, Peoria;
G. W. MeFarland. F. Hotz. Chicago;
T. S. Itobinsoh, Chicago; F. B. Wil
liamson. Burlington; George B. Bilk
er, Burlington; Fred It. Metzger, Kan
sas City; John A. Bobertson, Bloom
ington; W. Morgan, Milwaukee; A. G.
Lught, St. Louis; George Marshall,
St. Louis; H. Brown, Peoria; F.Jones,
iMarshalltown; Charles Johnson, Du
buque; C. F. Uabcock, New York; G.
T. Matthews, Louisville, Ky.
At the Rock Island II. C. Pnetz,
Columbia, Tenn.; A. E. WVsfthvke.
Melrose, Iowa; G. W. Schultz, Chica
go; J. E. Morehouse, Manhattan.
Iowa; C. W. Hinchlaff and wife.'.Sber
rard; W. H. Rehfern, Pofia; "FV Bei
'len, Milwaukee; T. J. Molone, Toulon,
III.; II. B. Iavls, Toulon, 111.; Y. F.
Sheldon, Baltimore; E. H. Dehen, In
dianapolis; Mrs. C. B. Spence.'Spring
field, 111.; Miss Grace Eaton. Terre
Haute. Ind.; J. R. Pitney; Peoria; M.
I. Stalbus, Chicago; B. M. Jones,
city; J. A. Werner, Atlantic, Iowa;
G. D. II. Cave, city; George IlilT, Chi
cHiro: A. H. Wendt. Port Byron: J. M.
O. Brnner. Port Byron, 111.; J. J. Hunt
ley, Port Byron; C. H. Lyford, Galva;
. W. Hunter, . Oneida; Otto Kuehl,
Davenport; A. E. Harbeck, Davenport.
Wanted One hundred ladies with
pimples, blackheads, nasty complex
Ions, to take Rocky Mountain Tea,
nd have a beautiful face, bright eyes,
sweet breath. T. H Thomas, drng
Educate 7oa Bowel TTitb Cfeacarets.
.Csndy .Ca9rtle, ure coneUpfttioa fore ret.
43. nil. drueglaia refund money
As the Fourth of July is but a few-
days off, boys are getting ready with
tlu-'ir cannons and firecrackers to
celebrate as usual but this year will
be no exception us 'far as the prohi
bition of the use of dynamite crnckers
and cannons. The following order was
issued by Mayor Skinner: "o person
shall in any part of the city lire or
discharge any,fannon, gun, pistol, or
other firearm, ir set off tire or ex
plode any torpedos, firecrackers, fire
balls or rockets." '
The annexation committee; of Can
dee Grove, Smith's addition, Park
Ridge and Lincoln Heights met Friday
evening and decided to call n meeting
of the Business Men's annexation
committee Saturday night. They ask
to be released from their bonds with
the latter committee, and will take
steps to unite with the city. It is said.
They ctaini they have enough signers
required for that purpose.
The meeting of the Woman's club
of Moline last Saturday at the Uni
tarian church wns well attended and
the meeting closed with 120 charter
members of the club and they voted
to close the charter so that the wo
men who wish to become members
now will have to be voted in according
to the constitution.
Dave Holmgren has returned with
his bride and they are now keeping
house on Thirteenth street near
Twelfth avenue. Following the wed
ding in Dubuque last week they spent
several days in Chicago.
Sam Teel was arrested in Daven
port Sunday with a bad jag on. When
when caught he had three lap-robes
in his possession, which he said he
had stolen in Moline. A Moline offi
cer went after him yesterday morn
ing, and when Teel reached the Moline
station he decided that he had bought
the robes in Davenport for 75 cents,
and told the officer so. He also decid
ed he must have been so drunk while
on the other side that he forgot the
necessity for truth-telling. The offi
cers are holding him on a charge of
George B. Smith, formerly of Mo
line, but who removed to Madison. III.,
a couple of years ago, was one of the
sufferers of the great flood that devas
tated that part of the state recently.
Smith was conducting a boarding
house and restaurant in Madison, ami
when the flood came he ami his family
took refuge in the high school build
ing. They had a narrow escape from
drowning, as they were caught by the
rushing torrent of water just as they
reached the buildinjr. Mr. Smith lost
everything. All the household goods,
furniture, carpets, bedding, etc.. were
lost, and they saved only what they
hal on their backs.
rubllo Notice. '
, Office of ,T. & M. Bosenfield, Rock
Island, 111., June 24, 1903. Public no
tice is hereby given that a meeting of
the stockholders of said J. & M. Ros
enfield. a corporation, will be held at
the office of Jackson, Hurst & Staf
ford, attorneys at law, rooms n, 4, 5
and 6, Masonic temple, Rock Island.
111.. Saturday, July 25, A. 1). 1003; at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. The ob
ject of the meeting will be to submit
the question of the proposed dissolu
tion of paid corporation to a vote of
the stockholders, and the transaction
of such other business as may prop
erly come before said meeting.
JULIUS ROSKNFI ELD,
ABE ROSEN FIELD,
G. B. MILLER,
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held Tuesday, the 30th
day of June, 1903, in the city of Rock
Island, III., for the purpose of elect
ing one member of the board of edu
cation of Rock Island school district.
The polling place for said election
will be at Frick's livery stable, 1912
Third avenue. Which election will be
opened at 8 o'clock in the morning
and continue open until 7 o'clock in
the afternoon of that day.
The judges and clerks of election
residing in the first precinct of the
Fourth ward will be the judges and
clerks for this election.
Rock Island, 111., June 20, 1903.
WILLIAM M'CONOCHIE, Mayor.
Thrown From a Wtron.
Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown
from his wagon and severely bruised.
He applied Chamberlain's Tain Balm
freely and says it Is the best liniment
he ever used. Mr. Babcock is a well
known citizen of North Piain, Conn.
There is nothing equal to Pain Balm
for pains and bruises. It will effect a
cure in one-third the time required by
any other treatment. For sale by all
Kodol Gives Strength
by enabling the digestive organs to
digest, assimilate and transform all
of the wholesome food that may be
eaten into the kind of blood that
nourishes the nerves, feeds the tis
sues, hardens the muscles and recu
perates the organs of the entire body.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indiges
tion, dyspepsia, catarrh of the stom
ach and all stomach disorders.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A J. Itiess drug store, ,corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Diphtheria relieved in twenty min
utes. Almost miraculous. Dr. Thomas
Eclectric OH. At any drug store.
Meals tlie asici
The Marvelous Skill of Dr. Home
in Curing Every Sort of Disease
Has Made Him World-Famous
A Modest Man Who Lives to Do Good to Others
He Cures Hopeless, Helpless Cases that Seem
Almost Like the Miracles of the Bible Times
So-Called Incurable Disease -Yields Readily
to His Treatment and He saves Thousands
that Have Been Given up to Die.
His Work of Charity is Unbounded and He Gives
One Week's Treatment FREE to All Who
Call Before July 1.
Probably the most famous doctor!
on the face of the earth today is Dr.
J. Alvin Home. One of the most mod
est and unasMiining of men, yet he
stands today at the head, looked up
to and respected" by all the noted
specialists in each branch of the medi
cal profesion, in the old world and in
the new. Some of the greatest medi
cal discoveries of the age are the pro
ducts of his deep study and research
in his splendid private lab oratory. All
Ihis has brought this scientist the
praise of the learned men of the
world Avithout stint, but far above
that he values the thankful words of
gratitude that come in the letters from
humble people whom he has by his
marvelous skill saved from a certain
and horrible death or a lifetime of
misery and sickness. It seems is
though all diseases are alike to this
physician. He cures them all. The
stories of his wonderful cures of
hopeless cases told by the happy pa
tients themselves read like romances
or the miracles of bible times.
There is no question of the doctor's
sincerity in his claim that all diseases
can be cured by his marvelous meth
od, and one can hardly doubt his abil
ity to carry out his claim after having
talked with people whom he has cured
quickly and safely of all kidney and
liver disease, lung and stomach trou
ble, consumption, constipation, rheu
matism, neuralgia, catarrh, bronchi
Family Groups Large Groups Best Groups
Atthe SmitK Photo Stjdio
Opp. Harper House. Cor. I9th St. and 2nd Ave.
Our newly enlarged skylight room enahies us to produce
. the BEST large groups in this part of t he country. Ca
pacity, eight- people at a time. Bring t!:c whole family
which is the BEST and cheapest way. Family groups on
large cards at about HALF the usual price.
All Kinds of Photo Work at the Very
t mvrcT prices
The best of barley, hops
and yeast, selected by one
Pure water, from six
wells driven down to rock.
Pure air, which has first
passed through an air filter.
Every drop of Schlltz Beer filtered by. machin
ery through masses of white wood pulp. Every
bottle sterilized, so that it contains no germs.
Thus we double the necessary cost of our brew
Ing to make purity certain to make Schlitz Beer
Will you drink common beer, and pay just as
much for it, when Schlitz Beer can be had for
Ask for the Brtwtry EoUliHz.
Phones 5830 & West 1014, Carse & Ohlweiler Co.,.
425 Eleventh St., Rock Island
tis, paralysis, diab-tcs, lost vitality,
nervous debility, inoninia. blood pois
on, anaemia, female weakness and ail
ments, eczema or s:ilt rheum. It mat
ters not what the i'isease nor of how
long standing, nor how many doctors
or remedies have failed. He has re
peatedly renewed the youth of old
men and women has often instilled
into jaded men an 1 women new vital
ity, health and s'rength. To weak,
weary women he has brought the
light and happiness of health. For
worn-out men he has relighted the
sparkling vitality of youth. He h:is
curea the cripplt-d ami healed the
sick, and he has gone about this quiet
ly, unostentatiously, but nevertheless
with the unbounded success that is
winning him the gratitude of all sick
and helpless men and women.
It seems a personal pleasure to the.
doctor to do thce good deeds quietly
and peacefully. His only desire or
anxiety in the matter seems to be to
extend his aid ;ind counsel to every
sufferer on the face of the earth, and
at his own expense and without charge
he is giving one week's treatment ab
solutely free t" every sick or ailing
jH-rson who calls before July 1. He
is indeed a remarkable man doing a
remarkable work, and every sick and
suffering person should avail him
self of Hie marvelous skill he gives
them absolutely free. Thousands have
saved a sick friend's life by sending
him their name.
Dr. Borne al.o has one of tlie finest
X-Ray machines in this country. ' It
was given the first premium at the
Pan-American exposition. All are in
vited to see it and also receive a $10
X-Ray examination absolutely free,
the. only condition being that you
call before July 1. Call at once and
J. Alvin Home, M. D.
And Associate Physicians, rooms 4;),
50 and 51, Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Get a COMPLETE CURE
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