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THE AUGKUS WEDNESDAY, JULY U 1903.
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CHICAGO. RjCK ISLkAND
Paeln Railway Tloketa
can be purchased at city
Ticket offloe, t8il Seeond ave
bus, or O.K. L &.P. depot
Fifth ttenuo foot of Thirtv-
Knit street Peoria branch dapo. foot ot
Tw-ietfi street. Fnvnk H Plumper. O P. A
Denver limited &. Omo..
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t :45 ami
t 7:50 v
12:45 air J
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ft. Worth, Denver A K. C.
fOmaha a Minaeapolis....
Des Motoes St Omaha
Denver, XJoocIn A Omaha.
Dea Molnea Rxpret- -
Bt. Paul A Klnneav.
Denver, Fk Worth !. C.
tKansas Citv.St Joe JfcCalif.
t 7:00 pm
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t 9:25 am
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t 8:14 pm
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B.cs Island & Washington
On tea sro & Des Moines.
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omaha & Des Moines..
tutcar Rp1ds. Tipton
BOCK ISLAND AND PHOBIA DIVISION.
" Tralna leave Twentieth street station. Main
. ae tralna start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
8:10 am 9:40 pa
1:45 pm i5:& pm
(9:30 am J4:5& pm
$3:30 pm U:H pm
fa 4S am
reona, Springfield, sv.
Peoria, Sprlnfrfleld, Indian
' epoiia. ClnetanatLBloom-
. lagton, Sv. Louis.
Peoria, Indianapolis. Cln
. elnnatl, Bloomlnton....
Cable St Sberrard Accom.
Cable A snerrara Aeeom.
AmvaL tJJeparturo tDaily. except un
v. Phone Ww lOB. Went U28. Weat 1423.
r-,-, -HICAOO. BURLINGTON St
' avenue and Twentieth street.
t 'h ' "' M. J. YOTJNC
I I FRANK A. HART,
M. J. YOUNG. Agent.
IV. HART,- '
St. Louis, Soring Hold
Galesburg, Peoria and
- Qui no y
Bterling, Mendota and
8. Lou.. Kansas City,
Denver and Pacific
terUnr and point! In
termediate Dubuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, St. Paul, iiina.
and N. W...
Clinton, Dubuque, aud
Clinton and Intermediate
7:30 am :88 am
t7 30 am t4:3S am
i7Spm T:10 pm
t7:28 pm :I0 pm
s 7:40 pm 7.00 am
t7:00am t7rt pm
s 7:00 am 7)0 pm
s. Stop at Bock Island 25 minutes tor meals,
Dally, t Daily except Sunday.
& St. Paul RaUway. D.,
R.L4N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of SeventeentH
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trams for Du
buque and points north run
T1V XiAiLIVMS D1UU v m . . . v . .
Ti alas for Free port and Milwaukee will run
Via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
TBAIH8. LSATS. ABBITS,
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas- "
senger 11:50 am
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger .... 8:30 pm
Muwaukee Krpreas 70 am 8:47 pm
Free port JCxpresa 3:4ft pm 11:40 am
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via Iowa aide of the river.
ACME PACKET CO. Dai'y line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 8:15.
F. K. HOPKINS, Agent
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. White
Collar Line Steamers. Summer Sched
ule Steamer Helen Blair For Muscatine, Bur
Jfnaton and all Intermediate points Mon-
day. Wednesday and Friday at 4 p.m. and
Sunday at 4:30 p. m. for Muscatine.
Steamer Silver Crescent-For Muscatine
and Burlington by davllght every Tuesday,
Thuraday aDd Saturday at II a. m. Fine
service and low rates. Parties can go to
Muscatine on steamer Belen Blair and re
turn on Silver Crescent at 10:30 p. m Fare
for round trip 60 cents.
1 F. R. HOPKINS, Agent.
r nxAUPoiirrs rants:
For Climton, Dubuque, La Croxse,
St. Paul and points between, steamer
QUINC' July 7, at 10:30 a. m. .
For Muscatine, liurlington, Quincy,
St.-Louis and points between, steamer
DUBUQUE, July 6, at 9 a. m.
GEORGE LAMONT, Agt.
OfSce: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
Vphones: Old 1105, new 6105.
After Baby Comes
there is nourishment for both convales
cent mother and nursing child in
It is an already . digested food easily
retained by the most delicate stomach.
It restores health and strength supplies
the nutriment needed builds flesh and
A real malt "extract not an intoxicant;
contains less than 2 of alcohol.
AH druggists sell it. Prepared by the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, U. S. A.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of 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 resp'ect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and ae our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Bone filling . -
Gold fillings, $1 and up . . .
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 . .
Set of teeth, $5 and up
$15 set of teeth for
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
If yon bnven't a refmlar. healthy moTemtit of Ui
bowed every dar. you're 1U or wlil be. Seep riur
r-owf la open, and be well, force. In the abape ot
violent phye or pill polaont danttemoe. Tie
smoothest, easicut, vaoit perfect way of keeping
tu bnwela clear and clean la to take
CAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Tut, Oood. Do
Oood, Never Slck-n. Weaken or Gripe I 10, 2S and
60 eenta per box. Write for f res sample, and book,
lot on health. Addreaa 43a
Sterling Rtmedy Company Chicago sr New Verfc.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAI3
ONE WAV AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SAL8
FIRST AND TniRO TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
Di red coanectfons at Cfndnnstf frma all foliits
north, east and west.
WHITE FOR RATES.
, W. A. BSCKIiEK W. V. A. Cbtrftfro, ni.
I 1. P. BROWN, N. K. P. A. DetroitMich.
CHA8. ZELL.D. P. A. Cincinnati.
W. O. SXNABSON. O. P. A.... Cincinnati.
JOHN VOLK & CO.,
Also Manufacturers of. Sash. Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of AH
Tog-le and Double Strengih Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
Ill AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STHEET,
. EOCE. ISLAND.
V. C. Trautwein, a formed Daven
port lawyer, has cured hi release
from the inssane asj.lum at Mt. Pleas
ant. He has been confined in the
houital for the last two years, ami
Sheriff McArthur has set-iired his re
lease from commissioners at Des
Moines. He will reside with a sister
in the western part of the state. Sher
iff McArthur received u- letter from
The work of buiklingr the new Or
pheon will be commenced in a few
weeks, as ten bids on wrecking the
old Orpheon and building the new are
now in the hauds. of Architect
D. J. Harfst. The bid have
not been opened but the, contractors
think $12,000 will be the lowest esti
mate on the building. Furnishings
and fixtures will make an additional
expense of $3,000. And the new struc
ture when completed will cost in the
neighborhood of $15,000.
The two lodges formerly known as
the Davenport and Eden lodges of
the Bankers Union of the World, met
in Dr. C. T. Lindley's office Monday
night and formed a new organization
to be called the Davenport lodge of
the Bankers of the World. The 'officers
are: "Presideut, F. E. Stelttns; vice
president. H. A. Skelly; secretary,
William Wise; treasurer, T. Techeu
tin; chaplain, Mrs. Murray; past
president, Dr .C T. Lindley.
Mayor Waldo Becker, necoinpauied
by his wife, readied home yesterday
from Chicago, where he has spent
several days upon a combined busi
ness and pleasure trip.
A most pathetic case came to the
county officials yesterday when F.
Frankeski applied to the county clerk
for naturalization papers, stating that
he could not go to work unless he
secured them, and that he had no
money to live unless he found em
ployment. As the district court is1
not in session at the present, time,
the papers could not be issued, aud as
the man heard the words that barred
him from employment the great tears
rolled from hi eyes and lie cries'
like a child. Frankeski came here
from St. Louis and was to go to work
on the island as a harness maker. He
stated thut he had never done any
thing else in his life, and that he did
not know how to do anything else.
Just because she wouldn't please
him, John BuchiTicier, who lives out
went of the city, threw hi.- wife out of
doors anil refused to let her return.
That is her version, but Buchnieier
claims that he c.id not threaten to
shoot her if she came buck, but on
the contrary assured her that he
would take no such strenuous action.
The turmoil occurred in the old
Schlicting home that was the scene of
such a brutal assault a few months
ago and for which one of the robbers
is serving a term in the penitentiary.
Herman Hoyt, an employe of the
Voss Manufacturing company, was
seriously injured in an accident at the
factory yesterday. Mr. Hoyt was em
ployed at one of the machines in the
factory when in some way he got his
hand caught and before he could
extricate it. the two first finfjers on
hid rijfht hand were crushed to a
pulp. The ambulance was called and
the injured man was taken to Mercy
hospital where ait operation was per
formed and the fingers removed.
Mrs. Ottilie Meisner, of 614 West
Seventh street passed away yesterday.
Deceased was 68 years old. Mrs. Meis
ner was born in 1838 in Germany, near
Hamburg. She came to the United
States in the early 'Go's and was mar
ried to Mr. Meisner on her arrival
coming to Davenport where she has
lived since. Her husband died in 1886.
and was one of the prominent men of
the city. Mrs. Meisner was well
known and was beloved by nil with
whom she came in contact. She was
with its lovely seaside resorts,
orangp groves,, beautiful gar
dens and quaint old mission
towns is visited every
year by thousands of
tourists who travel
over the Union
Pacific, Toe cuius
it is the best
San Francisco f ron
Omaha sixteen hours
ahead of all competitors.
It is the only line running
FourPersonally Conducted Ex
cursions to California every week
For full information call on
W. NEfMYER, C. A.
193 South Clark St.,
a highly educated woman and was of
a social disposition which made her
welcome wherever she was received-
She is survived by one daughter, Mrs.
Paula Meisner Allendorf.
Chief of Police Martens yesterday
received a telegram from Chicago,
advising himof the death there, yes
terday morning of John G. Carroll,
brother of William Carroll, of this
city, and asking him twj'Iocate the
last named gentleman und learn his
pleasure as to the disposition of the
body. The deceased, the detail of
whose death are not known, . was
born and reared in this city and was a
cigarmaker by trade. Undertaker
Janns F. Halligan is his brother-in-law,
and under his instructions the
body will be brought to this city -for
interment. Prior to his removal to
Chicago several years ago, Mr. Car
roll resided with his family at 1835
West Third street.
James Smith, who assaulted J.
K. Bayliss yesterday morning with a
knife, and succeeded in wounding the
well known automobile dealer seri
ously, was arrested late yesterday af
ternoon, by Constable Kumsay, and
shortly afterward bound over to the
grand jury under $50O bonds by Jus
The funeral of Kev. John De For
rest,' who died in San Francisco last
week, will be held from Grace Cathe
dral at 10 o'clock Frida- morning
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper G. I). Lounsberry,
New York; W. X. McGovern, Xew
York; C. S. Scott, St. Louis; Hev. li.
M. l.aurenson, Ti.-kilwa; W. O. Hallo
way, Chicago; X. J. Lewis, city; Miss
Mae Black. Chicago; W. E. Craiglow,
Peoria; George . Bechell. Erie; W.
O. Hitchcock, Peoria; M. J. Oliphant,
St. Louis; A. E. Drake, Davenport;
L. H. Bounds, Minneapolis; "Y. M. Mit
chell. St. Louis; E. 11. Biodhay, Chi
cago; A. Vilbois, New York; A. E.
Westlake. Melrose; AI Eiseiraacht,
Xew York; C. B. Bice, Galesburg; T.
B. Benton. Chicago; George H. Carr.
Chicago; J. G. Cook, city; Uobert
Iveris, Monmouth; A. (J. Bonner, Mon
mouth; C. C. Woodward, Monmouth;
E. S. Brock. Chicago; . G A. Fox.
Springfield. Mass.; B. Ackermanii.
Chicago; P. D. Babcock, Chicago; Al
phonse Bur, Philadelphia; John
Howe Brown, Springfield; L. W. Ber
ry, Beurdwtown; II. Dunberger. Joliet;
E. M. Seh a ir, Chicago; ,L Friedman.
Minneapolis; Mrs. Florence Brown,
Zanesville, Ohio; Mrs. Alice C. Xash,
Minneapolis; Mrs. Ella B. Irwin, EI
lendale, X. I).; A. J. Strong, Chicago;
David Tuplon, Xew York.
At the Harms (European) Fred
Webb, Peoria; J. T. Begar, Denison,
Iowa; George B. Smith. Downer's
Grove; H. M. Skinner, Bockford; L. C.
Walters. Chicago; Joe Danzingvr. Chi
cago; G. A. Baker, Chicago; Mrs. J.
L. Mardock, Aledo; Isabelle Price,
Aledo; Juniata Xoble, Aledo; B. M.
Bobertson. Chicago; X. H. Millard,
Beardstown; H. W. Haislip, Chicago;
A. G. Zurch, St. Louis; B. M. Barrow,
Chicago; B. F. Swanson, Chicago; T.
M. Werrick, Chicago; L. H. Lyfun
Chicago; H. W. Cushing, Pbiladel
phia; Mrs. Storj and family; F. W
Chamberlin.- Burlington; John Han
son. Burlington; W. Hansgen, Bloom
ington; G. A. Hilker, Kansas City;
Fred Hlggins, Cincinnati; G. L. Mur
phy. Chicago; M. J. Frey, Buffalo. 111.;
George W. Ainsley, "Aurora. HI.: P. X.
Xelson, Toledo, Ohio; M. M. Wooley,
Chicago; B. D. Bacon, Chicago;' J. '11.
Warden, St. Louis; P. Wright, Alton.
III.; L. L. Vandyke. Chicago; B. M
March, Cincinnati, Ohio; A. A. Wolf,
Peoria, 111.; George P. Ackermnn,
Kansas City; J. J. Bickerton, Sterling,
III.; Parron X. McCoy. Xew York; D.
W. Welch, Cleveland, Ohio; V,. M. Wil
lis, Cedar Kapids; L. A. Fargo, Clin
ton, Iowa; M. J. Myers, Chicago; C.
L. Dugan, Chicago; J. J. Forrrof, Bur
At the Kock Island II. M. Bowens,
Kansas City; L. C. Winter. Hampton;
B. D. Tinkham, Davenport; Ik J. Mar
koe, St. Paul; K. B. Kilgore, Bloom-
mgton; H. C. Paetn, Columbia, Tenn.;
A. E. Westlake, Melrose, Iowa; M. E
Curtis, Clinton, lown; W. T. Pierce,
Mt Carroll; Monroe Werkheiser,
Boston; X". D. Hamilton, Chicago; G.
r. Case, Xew Haven. Conn.; W. H
Kistler ami wife, Buffalo Prairie; E.
S. Kindly, Chicago; H. F. Creel, Chi
eago; A. G. Pierce, Monmouth; J. E.
Stowell, Chicago; H. J. Prouty,
Keithsburg; J. M. McClimons. St. Lou
is; H. Owenbeck, Peoria; C. A. Bowen,
Xew Shops; W. B. Thomas, Peoria; J
K. Pitney, Peoria; M. A. Battles, Chi
cago; J. C. Friedman, Princeville, 111.;
L. Hofer, Princeville, III.
Catarrh of Uia .stomach.
When the stomach is overloaded;
when food is taken into it that fails
to digest it decays and inflames the
mucous membrane, exposing the
nerves and causing the gland to se
crete, mucin, instead of the natural
juices of digestion. This is called ca
tarrh of the stomach. "For years I
suffered with catarrh of the stomach,
caused by indigestion. Doctors and
medicine failed to benefit me until I
used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure." J. B.
Bhea, Coppell, Texas.
Sold by Harper House pharmac3;
A. J. Beiss drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Wanted-One hundred ladies with
pimples, blackheads, nasty complex
ions, to take Rocky Mountain Tea,
and have a beautiful face, bright eyes,
sweet breath. T. II. Thomas, drug
A dertl has been closed whereby the
Brunswick billiard parlors and bowl
ing alleys change hands, W. L. Pack
ard disposing of the business to C. J.
Wright, assistant storekeeper at the
Watertown hospital. Young Wright,
or "Just," as he is familiarly known
to his many friends in this city, re
ceived his appointment to Watertown
under Gov. Yates, and has been here
for a long enough time to win himself
a host of friends. He will doubtless
make a success of this new venture.
Improvements in the way of recover
ing billiard balls have already begun,
and the place will be closed probably
for a week iu August in order that
there may be a general renovation
and a repainting of the interior. The
idea of Mr. Wright is to continue the
institution in an up-to-date manner.
"Bert" Cunningham, the former
pitcher in the Xntional league, now
umpire in the American association,
stopped over Monday evening to visit
his wife and also his brother-in-law,
D. A. Leach. Mrs. Cunningham has
been visiting in the city for several
days. Mr. Cunningham was on his
way from Kansas City to Milwaukee.
The executive board of the Moline
Woman's club met Monday at the
home of Mrs. G. H. Huntoon and or
ganized and also appointed several
committees so that work can be im
mediately taken up. The board was
organ izeil with the following officers
and members: President, Mrs. George
Huntoon; first vice president, Mrs.
Marshall Beck; second vice president,
Mrs. Henry Ainsworth; recording sec
retary, Mrs. Fabin Lavsn; corres
ponding secretary, Mrs. F. G. Allen;
treasurer, Mrs. M. G. Ogden. Seven
other members are: Mesdames Harry
Ainsworth, Julia Mills Dunn, Alex
ander Montgomery. C. W. Heald.
Balph Entrikin and Misses Virginia
Aay and Grace Putnam.
J. II. Heil, who has been principal of
the Moline high school for the last
two years, and who is now out of the
city on his summer vacation, ha
forwarded his resignation to Secre
tary Balph W. Entrikin. and asks that
it be acted upon by the board of edu
cation. Mr. Heil is fortunate enough
to have been elected to the principal-
ship of the high school at Morgan
Park, just west of Chicago, with a
salary of $1.S00 per year attached.
The members of the board who have
been seen are loth to part with Mr.
Heil, with whose services they are
well pleased, as they believe it will be
no easy matter to secure, an equally
competent man to fill his place at
the salary which Mr. Heil lias been
receiving here, $1,400 per year. Mr.
and Mrs. Heil made many friends
during their residence in Moline, who
while congratulating them on the ad
vancement will regret to see them de
Anna, wife of J. P. Lindsfrom. the
Fifth ward cabinet maker whose shop
has done service as a polling place
these many years, died at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. A. Xelson. 624
Thirty-eighth street. Bock Island at
2:20 a. m. yesterday. Death was due
to the infirmities of age. and she was
seriously ill only for the past two
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsfrom lived
with one daughter. Miss Lydia, at
172S Xinth street, till Friday of last
week when they removed to the home
of the daughter in Bock Island. The
lady was born in Sw eden Nov. 12. 1S25,
and came to this country in 1S52 She
lived first at Geneva. 111., then at Big
Springs, then at Paxton, and 21 years
ago she came to Moline. Besides the
aged husband six children survive
her: Mss. C. P. Peterson, Stratford,
la.; Mrs. A. (J. Anderson, ami Mrs. A.
Xelson, in Bock Island, and Miss Lydia
at home. Deceased was a long time
member of the Swedish Lutheran
The. infant child of Mr. and Mrs
John Radcliffe, of 1115 Twenty-fourth
street, died yesterday.
Night Was Her Terror.
"I would cough neany all night
long," writes Mrs. Charles Applegate,
of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. 1 had consumption so
bad thut if 1 walked a block 1 would
cough frightfully and spit blood; but,
when all other medicines- failed, three
$1 bottles of Dr. King's Xew Discov
ery wholly cured me and 1 gained 5S
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed
to cure coughs, colds, la grippe, bron
chitis and all throat and lung trou
bles. Price, 50 cents and $1. Trial
bottles free at Hartz & Ullcmeyer's
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that is done by
boards of health and charitably in
clined persons, the death rate among
small children is very high during the
hot weather of the summer months
in the large cities. There is not prob
ably one case of bowel complaint in
a hundVed, however, that could not be
cured by the timely use of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Itemedy. For sale by all druggists.
. Bronchitis for Twenty; Years.
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville,
III., writes: "I had bronchitis for 20
years- and' never got relief until I
used Foley's Honey and Tar, which is
a sure cure." All druggists.
staaeet Yoor feowsta Wttk OaseaMta.
Candj Cathartic, cure constipation forerer.
194& t Ur,C, iftll, druggists relusd mocr
Eattiinig Dicers, up0cnonttntSyt
Nothing is a source of so much trouble as an old sore or ulcer, particu
larly when located upon the lower extremities where the circulation is weak
and sluggish. A gangrenous eating ulcer upon the leg is a frightful sight
and as the poison burrows deeper and deeper into the tissue beneath and the
sore continues to spread, one can almost see the flesh melting away and feel
the strength going out with the sickening discharges. Great runnin sores
and! deep offensive ulcers often develop from a simple boil, swollen gland
bruise or pimple, and are a threatening danger always, because, while ali
such sores are not cancerous, a great many are, and this should make you
suspicious of all chronic, slow-healing ulcers and sores, particularly if can
cer runs in 3rour family. Face sores are common and cause the greatest
sistent and unsightly and detract so
much from one's personal appearance.
Middle aged and old people and
those whose blood is contaminated and
tainted with the germs and poison of
malaria or some previous sickness, are
the chief sufferers from chronic sores
and ulcers. While the blood remains in
an unhealthy, polluted condition heal
ing is impossible, and the sore will
continue to grow and spread in spite of
washes and salves or any superficial or
surface treatment, for the sore is but
the outward sign of some constitu
tional disorder, a bad condition of
the blood and system which local
remedies cannot cure. A blood purifier
and tonic is what von need. Some
thing to cleanse the blood, restore its lost properties quicken the circula
tion and invigorate the constitution, and S. S. S. is just such a remedy.
S. S. S. reaches these old chronic sores through the blood. It goes to
the very root of the trouble and counteracts and removes from the blood all
the impurities and poisons, and gradually builds up the entire srstem and
strengthens the sluggish circulation,
purifier and tonic combined and a safe
anal ulcers. If you have a slow-healinz
write us about it, and our physicians will advise you without charge. Book
en "The Blood and Its Diseases " free.
Advice to Men, It's Good for
if-lisr 1 f
" Ml ii i 1 i -
r t-.mi nrl to whpn vim were
It's easy. Come to me and I will explain it. and as soon as you see
how it is done, and see what other men and women say about it
you will want the treatment.
My plan is to restore youthful igor, make men and women feel as
thev did in earlier davs. 1 am doing it for hundreds. Electricity is
vita'l force and I KNOW HOW TO APPLY IT.
Pains in vour back, rheumatism, KIDNEY" AND LIVER TROUBLE.
STOMACH WEAKNESS. VARICOCLE. LOST VITALITY. LACK OF
ENERGY. FEMALE WEAKNESS all can be cured by this method.
Whv don't vou try it? You have drugged, perhaps, until you are
scouragel. and hae lost faith in
expense, and this time come
cure for every condition. She gives
controls the unherse and all that is in it. Electricity in the hands
art pvMprt will cure vim. Com to me at once and vou will won
der that you ever wasted your time
Owing to the large number of patients who have called upon nil-,- - 8
and who have been utterly unable to see me on account of tire E
great jam, I haAe by special request consented to continue givii-
my consultations ENTIRELY FREE OF CHARGE to all invalids call
ing upon me between now and July 1.
Call and see the eminent experts if you are afflicted with an,4 .
chronic disease. CONSULTATION AND X-EAY' EXAMINATloNo
DM. HORNE'S Bio-Chemic and Electro Wave rt
Booms 4'., 50 and 51. Mitchell fc Lynde Building. Call in the mum"
ing so that you will not be compelled to wait so long. Take elevatoi.e
to the fourth floor. Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.; evenings, 7 to :e
Sundays, 9 to 11. le
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