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THE AHGTJ8. WJE DNESDAY, JULY 22. -4903.
Fuget Soihd nd Gliforriiaw..
The Grand Army of the Republic and the Trans-Mississippi Commercial
Congress very low round trip rates to the Pucilie Coast make it cheaper to
go to the eoast than to stay at home.
Between Aug-. 1 and 14 round trip tickets will be .sold as follows: Chica
go or St. Paul to San Francisco or Los Angeles, going or returning (in
one direction) via the
And Seattle, Tacoma and
NORTHERN . PACIFIC.
Chicago to North Pacific Coast
points, via direct lines unu'Cfl
Northern" Pacific....: yuy
St. Paul to Northern Pacitlc
Coast points and
CO AND SEE P'JUET SOUND AND THE COLUMBIA RIVER.
lievel in the cool Pacific ocean breezesand scenery, and visit YELLOW
STONE PA1JK. Northern Pacific trains run direct to the Park enroute to
und from Seattle, Tacoma and Portland.
Write for information and send six cents for "Wonderland l'JOli" and
other literature, to
Charles S. Fee,
General Pass. Agt., St. Paul, Minn.
TBI TSAVKLKKS' UUIDX.
CHICAGO. ;RtCK ISLAND
& Pacific Rail w ay Tioketa
can- be' purchased at City
Ticket office, IBIS Second are
nue, or C, R. L & P.. depot
Fifth avenufr foot' of 'Ttolrty-
Dm street. Peoria branch depot, foot of
..Twentieth street. Frank H. Plummer, C. P. A.
. T BAINS.
Denver limited A Omaba..
Ft. "Worth, Denver 4K. C.
Davenport A Chicago
'Omaha & Minneapolis.. ..
Colorado A Omaha
Dee Moines & Omaha.
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.
Dea Moines Expres-
St. Paul ft- M'tneai
Denver. Ft. Worth C.
t Kansas City, St Joe A Calif.
IRock Island A Washington
Lhicago A DesMotn!9
Roek Island A Brooklyn Ac
Omaha A Des Moines
tCdr R.plds, Tipton
1 EAST. WB3T.
t 5:20 an
t M5 am
t 7:50 am
t 1:10 pm
t 2:16 pm
t e:to pm
2 Sf ui
t 9:25 am
t 8:00 am
pnvjt 8:52 am
r teas pm
it 7:10 am
t 3-j:3 pm
t 7:10 am
t 9: am
t 4:50 pm
BOCK JSUSD AND PKOB1A DIVISION.
Tra'.ns leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 6 minutes in advance of time given.
Peoria, Springfield, Indian
Umton, St. Louis
Peoria, 'ndianapolls. Cin
Cable A Sherrard Aecom.
Cable A Sherrard AC com.
I, says. ABHivm.
t5:45 am Jl 1:35 am
$2.03 pm ;75 pa.
Arrival- tDeparture tDaUy. except Sun
day. Phone West 1083, West 1128, West 1423.
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON A
Qutncy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
St. Louis, . Springfield.
Qalestmrg. Peoria and
Sterling, - Mendota and
St- Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points ln-
DubnQue, Clinton, La
Crosse, St Paul, Minn.
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
7:30 am fl:S5 am
17 30 am ' tfl:38 am
s7:26 pm 7:I0 pm
t7:26pm t7:10 pm
s7:40pm 7.00 am
t7r00 am t7 pm
g 7r00 am 7rf)0 pm
a. Stop at Kock Island 25 minutes
Dally. tDatly except Sunday.
GHICAQO, MIL W A TJKEK
A St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. L A N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trams for Du
buque and points north run
- a TTflnnla mi Am Af rlvftr.
Ta!ns for Frerport and Milwaukee will run
Tta Davenport, unnton ana savanna.
All trains will connect at 8 avanna for point
ast and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
Freeport Fi press
All trains daUy except Hunday
: 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.
f lJj-11 ..1'" r . i 1 t '
. A CME PACKE r CO. Daily line to Clinton
4k and all ixints between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 8:15.
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 aw 4 p, m: and
. Sunday at 4 :30 p. m. for Mukcattne.
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent.
Both phones. Office toot Nineteenth street
-V -La nEITtr. IBrt ALL FDIST5 SB Int. d
For Musvcatine, Burlinglon, Quincy,
St. Louis atad points between, steamer
DUBUQUE, July 24, at 9 a. m.
rimnn TliiHiiniiP. T.a rrnsso
x v. i - j ,
St. Paul and points between, steamer
QUINCY, July 25, at 10 a. ni.
,GE0RGE liAMONT, Agt.
'.. QHlee: 1I Seventeenth, street. Tel
kihoneg: Old 1105, new. 6103.
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 tirst-
class in every respect. II you are in
need of a set of teeth call and te 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.
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.
Oyer Speidel'a Drug Store.
1 lib. J)
"I snJTerrd the tortaren of the
damned with iiromidin' riles. brontOiton by
constipation with which I was afHicul for
twenty j-furs. I ran across your CASCARETS
in the town of Ndwcll. Ia., anl never found any
thing to equal thctn. Today I am entirely free
from pile and feel like a new mun."
C. H. Keitz. nil Jones St., Sioux City. Ia.
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V' THE DOWELS
"SST'C ANDY CATHARTIC-
Pleanant. Palatable, Potent, Tnsto Good, Do
Good, Neer Sicken. Weaken or Grip. 10c, Jttu, 50c.
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Un Tfl RRO Sold anil K-narantped by all drss
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ONE WAV AND ROL'Nff TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
Direct connections at Cincinnati from all point
. NORTH, EAST AND, WEST.
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ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made entjr fy Madlaon Midi
clme Co., Madison,' Wj. It
kecpa you well. Our trad
mark Cut on each -package.
Price, S3 cents. frer mI4
In -bulk. Accept no ubtl
TiiM tvtm. AtK your aruwat.
TREATMENT phlne & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has Injured none. ;
incorporated under the laws of 1113
ols. Established over twelve years.
-WILLOW BARK CO., ,
Ludwig Scbmallfeldt, of Cleveland,
O., has been selected to look afte,r the
management of the Uernwm theatre
in this city. For the past eight years
he has had charge of theatres in Ger
many and Cleveland.
At 2:1, Monday afternoon, after
a long illness, at the age of SO year-,
at her home, 1102 'West Sixth street,
occurred the death of Mrs. Marie Mag
nus, nee ltuhn. The deceased was a
native of .Germany and a long time
resident of this city. There survive a
daughter, Mrs. Kegimv Lamp, wife of
August Lamp, besides Kmil Magnus,
the husband. The funeral was held
this afternoon from the late home,
with interment in the city cemetery.
Mrs. Anna Magdalene .lunge, nee
(iloe, for half a century n resident of
Davenport, died at her home, 75JS1..
West Second street, at 3:20 Monday
afternoon, at the age of SO years. She
was born in Marne, Ilolstein, Feb. 4,
1S24, and came here to Davenport with
her husband Claus .Tunge, in 185.1. Mr.
.lunge died here in 1871. She had six
children, only three of whom survive
John. Henry and (Justav, all of this
city. The funeral was .held from the
lute home this afternoon, with inter
ment at the city cemetery.
Miss Mary (5. Doyle diedt at her
home 100 West Seventh street at 2:10
yesterday morning of cancer, aged 40
years. The funeral will be held from
St. Anthony's church at 0 o'clock
The home of Kmil Slrohbehn who
lives on l'ehnont street and works
for the- Davenjxirt Sand & (Jravel
company, was entered by robbers
Monday night. The princiul thing
which the robbers secured was an in
surance policy in the Modern Wood
men for $2,000 which Mr. Strohbehn
held. A quantity of old coin was also
see lire j to the amount .of about $20
aud with this the robbers made their
escaiK. Knt ranee was gained to the
house by the rear.
Tlie clerk of Scott county will be al
lowed to use his discretion (o a cer
tain extent hereafter in the issuing of
marriage licenses, if the recommenda
tion of the lawyers in Des-Moines this
week is ever made a law. The plan
which was taken up by the Iowa liar
association was to give all county
clerks the right to refuse marriage
licenses to persons whom they may
regard as incompetent mentally. The
law reform committee will recom
mend a new law, which would utterly
do away with the marriage of incom
petents, and which the committee be
lieves would strengthen society. The
innovation will be to give the marri
age license clerks power to refuse al
.solutely to issue a license to parties
of weak or unsound mind. At the
same time it will permit parties thus
refused to appeal to the district
court, where the acts of the clerks can
be reviewed. The law also provides
for the punishment of any minister or
magistrate who marries such incom
petents, even when the license has
been secured, or who assists in secur
ing a license and marriage ceremony
for such iersons.
The Davenport & Suburban road.
says iieneral Miperintenuent Dan A
Mc(Jugin, is already at wfrk. At its
pole yard, on the llockingham road
and Harris streets, it has been at
work shaving poles. It has not yet
received any track material, but there
are delays in all orders in that line
of goods, so that there is nothingwon-
derful about it.
Supt. Walker has received n com
munication from President Longwell,
of the Highland I'ark college, Des
Moine. in which that gentleman says
that 12 scholarships have been estab
lished in the didactic course, and that
Scott county teachers are welcome to
make a trial at them.
It is not news of the most grateful
and comforting sort that, after a
couple of weeks of negotiation, the ef
fort to rais the money for the erec
tion of the proposed Jtineolii hotel is
as far away frm success as ever;
possibly even further; but such seems
to be the case. Several business men
have been working hard and earnestly
on this matter. There is money
enough here, but it is not all in one
piece, and the several men who own
it are not all of one mindi, nnd the
endeavor to harmonize their views in
to a lineup on any single practicable
proposition has not been successful.
A few days ago it was' known the Ger
man Trust company of this city was
ready to stand for stock in the enter
prise to the amount of .$300,000. which
would leave a small sum to be further
subscribed? However it has been found
impossible to get the various sub
scibers together in agreement in
the proposition. Yesterday Mr. Peter
son nnnouneed the withdrawal of his
450, and the number received was 254
and discharged 201. Of the ' total en
rollment miring the term there were
287 soldiers' children and, 300 county
children. The whole number receiv
ed into the home since its organiza
tion was 3,621.
The biennial report from the state
hospital at Clarinda and the orphans
home at Davenport were received yes
terday by the board of control. The
report shows a total of 1,016 remain
ing in the hospital June .30, of which
549 were male and 467 were female.
There were admitted 407 during the
last year and there were returned 60.
The whole number discharged was
526. The daily nverago during the
year was 0.12. The superintendent also
includes also a table showing ,the
movement of the pa rolled patients.
The total paroled was 208,- of which
ony 63 were returned. In his report
on the soldiers' orphans', home Supt.
Gass shows that the average daily-at
tendance in the biennial period was
Mrs. John Kennedy, who lives on
Uridge avenue, was seriously bitten by
a vicious dog Moudaj-. The animal
attacked her while she was walking
along the street and suddenly bit her
severely on the arm. The teeth of
the dog sank deeply into the flesh and
the wound was a serious one. The dog
then run away and the woman was
taken home by the neighbors.
NEWS IN OUTLINE
The directors of 'the Erie Railroad
company have declared a seml-aniuial
dividend of 2 per cent, on the lirst
It is uunounced at London that the
Duke of Marlborough has been ap
pointed under secretary of state for
, Walter Corbeille, of IIoughtou.Mlch.,
was killed by a yolf ball driven by
Helena Mora, a vaudeville actress,
who made her debut In this count! y
In "Sinbad the Sailor," died at her
home iit Hensonhurst, L. I., after a
The grand lodge of the Protective
Order of Elks Is iu session at Haiti
more. For an attack on a 13-year-old white
ghl. Crane Green, a negro, was taken
from otltce:s and lynched, at Pine
By the death of P. M. Arthur the
office of Kin nd chief of the 1'rother
hood of IiOcomotive Engineers falls to
A. F. Younuson. tirst assistant, but he
Is too ill to be Informed of the fact.
A hall storm at Huntington, Ind.,
caused great destruction to skylights
and windows. C:ops were also greatly
The United States squadron recent
ly at Portsmouth, G. B., has arrived at
Two storage houses of the Louis
ville (Ky.l Public Warehouse company
burned with contents. Los, ?l-5,-
lit. Bev. Henry Muehlslcpen. Roman
Catholic .vicar general of St. Louis
diocese, is dead of paralysis, a Red OS.
The strike situation at Chicago has
become more quiet and there Is a pros
pect of settlement. .
NOMINATED IN THE BOND
T. II. Tbornaa Glvea III Signed Ttond to
ltetaru Money If Ml-o-na !Ma not
Build op Solid Firth.
Have T. H. Thomas sign this bond,
when you buy a box of Mi-o-na, the
great llesh-forming food and digestion
GUARANTEE BOM). .
We hereby-agree to refund the
price paid for Mi-o-na, if the pur-
chaser tells us that it has not in-
creased, flesh and given freedom
from stomach troubles.
Many thin persons wonder why they
cannot get fat. In very many cases
thinness is not because too little food
is eaten, but because the food fails to
be assimilated and does not prierly
nourish. A little food thoroughly as
similated is better than a great mass
of food that is undigested and passes
through the system without nourish
Mi-o-na, the wonderful flesh-form
ing food when used for a little while,
soon shows by a steady gain in
weight that it does all that, is claim
ed for it.
It never fails to build up good,
solid flesh, regulate digestion and give
tone and strength to the digestive
organs, so that dyspepsia is a thing
of the past.
Read carefully the guarantee bond
above and' you will se that -T. H
Thomas has so much faith in Mi-o-na
that he will sign a bond to refund the
money if Mi-o-na does not do all that
is; claimed for it. Cut out this bond
and take it to his store today, and
when yxu buy a box of Mi-o-na, ask
him to sijni it. Let him take all the
If Mi-o-na does not build up good,
solid, healthy flesh, cure all stom
ach troubles and restore health and
vigor he will return your money.
A case came to light that for per
sistent and unmerciful-torture has
perhaps, never been equaled. Joe Go
lobick, of Colusa, Cal., writes: "For
15 j-ears I endured insufferable pain
from rheumatism and nothing reliev
ed me, though I tried everything
known, I came across Electric Bit
tres, ami it's the greatest medicine
on earth for that trouble. A few bot
tles completely relieved and cured
me." Just as good for liver and kid
ney troubles and general debility.
Only 50 cents. Satisfaction guaran
teed by Hartz & Ullemeyer, druggists.
Catarrh of the 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 glands 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
medicines failed to benefit me until .1
used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure." J. E.
Rhea, CoppelL Texas.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Reiss drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Maretta, wife of George Washing
ton, one of the oldest colored war vet-
rans of Moline, died at the home in
Candee Grove yesterday morning at
7 o clock after a struggle of. several
year with chronic rheumatism. She
was 49 years of age, and was a gener
al favorite among the colored people
of this city. The funeral was held
today at 3 p. m., and interment was
made at Riverside.
Maria, 3-year-old daughter of Mr.
and -Mrs. (Just Van Demme died at
the home, 1914 Tenth street, at 2:3U
p. m. Monday, after a week's illness
with d.iphtheria. Her parents, one
brother and one sister remain to
mourn her loss. The funeral, which
was private, was held from the home
yesterday afternoon. Interment was
at East Moline.
.V force of men Monday began the
work of grading for two new rail
road tracks to be constructed from
Natick yards to New Shops. The
start was made at the north side of
Warner's crossing, and a larjre force
of men is at work. The new tracks
are intended to facilitate the work at
New Shops, giving additional track
room and relieving the work on the
main tracks along the new railroad
center. The additional tracks are be
ing laid within the present right-of-way
of the railroad company. It is
understood that 0( miles of switch
tracks sue to be constructed within
the new yards at New Shops.
While playing in a room of the sec
ond story iit the home of Mr. and Mrs.
G. Downimr. at 2407 .Seventh nveniie.
Monday, their little 6-year-old chHd
fell out through the windpw to the
ground below and when picked up by
the anxious parents tliev discovered
tlwit the left thigh was broken in the
upper third. Dr. A. II. Arp was called
to set the break, assisted by two oth
er physicians. The child will be cri)-
pled for a month, but will eventually
-M rs. Charles Fabian, residing with
her son-in-law, George M. Gould, on
Second avenue, while walking across
the floor of the kitchen Mondav even
ing stepped on a rug anil fell in such
a manner that her forehead collided
with the sharp edge of the sink. She
sustained a bad gash on the face and a
very badly Oruised eye. The accident
is quite serious as the unfortunate
woman is over 70 years of age.
While Mrs. Carl Fink, of 1842 Four
teenth axenue was running an errand
across a neighboring lot she slip-
H-d and fell on the ground, the weight
of her body being thrown on the left
arm. Both bones were broken below
A license to incorporate the Moline
Sand ' Gravel company has been 'is
sued to J. P. Pearson, Emil Carlson
and Ed Wiese, of Moline. The capi
tal stock is placed at $2,500 and July
2S has been set as the date for the
meeting to perfect organization.
What might have been a most seri
ous accident, if indeed not a fatality
occurred at the bin IT Monday after
noon, but the victim of the accident
lives to resolve that he will be more
careful in the future in handling fire
arms. The principal in the mishap
was the little son of Mr. and Mrs
G range, living at 846 Fifteenth-and-a
half street. He had secured Jin, old
revolver and was in the act of loading
the piece when it was suddenly dis
charged. The ball entered the index
finger of the. left hand and then
struck the right knee Ihe ball plowing
the flesh and lodging at a joint below
the knee. He was given immediate
surgical attention and the ball rt
moved, and it is not thought there will
be any serious results.
Stockholders of Deere Sr Mansiir Co,
held their annual meeting Monday
and elected the following directors:
C. H. Deere. John W. Good, G. W
Crainpton, T. I. Timmous, and George
Kaune of Santa Isarbara, lahf., rep
resenting the Mansur interests. They
elected officers as follows, all being re
elected: President, C. H. Deere; vice
president, J. W. Good; secretary, (J
W. Crainpton; treasurer, R.J?. Lourie.
The grocery of W. C. Loptien & Son
at 1721 Third avenue was yesterday
morning closed by Sheriff Heider, and
a sale will soon be held to satisfy
Cared of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
Years of Suffering.
"I wish th say a few words in praise
of Chamberlain s tone, Cholera ana
Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mrs. Mattie
Burge, of Martinsville, Ya. "I suffer
ed from chronic diarrhoea for 10
pars and durincr that time tried var
ious medicines without obtaining any
permanent relief. Last summer one
of my children was taken with chol
era morbus, and 1 procured a bottle
of this remedy. Only two doses were
required to give her entire relief. I
then decided to trv the medicine my
self, and I did not use all of one bot
tle before I was well, and I have never
since been troubled with that com
plaint. One cannot say. too much in
favor of that wonderful medicine.
This remedy is for sale by all drug
Two Uottlea Cared Htm.
"1 was troubled with kidney com
plaint for about two years," writes
I. JL Davis, of Mt. Sterling, Iowa,
but two bottles of Foley's Ividncy
Cure effected a permanent cure." All
HORRIBLY AFFLICTED WITH BOILS,
I had a horrible
attack of boila
that broke out all
orer my body and
from which X
could get no pos
eiblo relief until.
I began taking
and from my ox
peri e no e I can
aafely say S. 8.8.
ia tlie beat blood
purifier in the world.
Mrs. IX. P. BMYTHERS,
If the blood is ia good condition at thie beginning of the warm season
you are prepared to resist disease and are not apt to be troubled with boils'
pimples, blackheads and blotches, or the itching and burning skin eruptions
that make one's life a veritable torment and misery.
Now is the time to begin the work of cleansing and buildin"- ud tha
M--. c-f : .i. i r
places in j-our constitution. During the
cold winter months we are compelled
to live indoors and breathe the impure
air of badly ventilated rooms and of
fices. "We over-work and over-eat, and
get too little out-door exercise, and our
systems become clogged with impuri
ties and the blood a hot-bed of germs
and humors of every kind, and warm
weather sure to bring a reaction,
and the poisonous matter in the blood
and sj-stem will break out in boils and
pustules or scaly eruptions and red,
disfiguring bumps and pimples. Make
a good beginning this season by taking
a course of S. S. S. in time ; it will not
only purify your blood and destroy the
germs and poisons, but promote healthy
action of the Liver and Kidneys and
give you a good appetite at a time
when 3tou need it most.
S. S. S. improves the digestion and
tones up the Stomach, and you are not
continual' haunted by the fear of
indigestic . every time you eat, or
troubled with dizziness, nervousness
and sleeplessness. There is no reason
to dread the coming of warm weather if you have your system well fortified
and the blood in a normal, healthy condition. It is the polluted, sluggish
blood that invites disease germs, microbes and poisons of every kind and
bring on a long train of spring and Eummer ailments, break down the con
stitution, and produce weakness, lassitude, and other debilitating disorders.
Eczema, Acne, Kettle-rash, Toison Oak and Ivy afld other irritating skin
troubles are sure to make their appearance unless the humoas and poisons
are antidoted and the thin, acid blood
made rich and strong before the coming
of warm weather.
A course of. S. S. S. now would be
a safe precaution and a good beginning
and enable you to pass in comfort
throusrh the hot. sultry months and
escape the diseases common to spring and summer. S. S. S. is guaranteed
purely vegetable and is recognized as the best blood purifier and the most in
vigorating and pleasant of all tonics. Write for our book on 4 The Blood and
Its Dxseases." THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
THE BEST TONIC AND APPETIZER,
While livinsr in Sherman, Tea
came a victim of impure.
blood. I ran down in appetite and
energy; was scarcely able to get
about and had to atop off and rest
occasionally. I took S. B. 8. and be-g-an
to Improve at once, and alter a
thorough course became strong and
I think S. 8. 8. the best medicine I
erer used as an appetizer and gen
eral tonic. J. O. 8COTT,
811 Railroad street, Home, Ga.
f.r - lV
Debilitated Mem and
Women, Do You
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DR. IIOUXE AND STAFF CAN
AND DOES GUARANTEE TO
CURE THE DISEASES THAT
RENDER THE LIVES OF
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EN THOUSANDS WHO SUF
FERED A NEW DESIRE TO
Has cured them :if(or others have
failed and they had Iott hope.
Neer fail: because he will take only
Has been successful because his larije
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Has every appliance to examine you
thoroughly, including the X-Ray.
Has every electrical apparatus known
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Prepares his own medicines, thus in
suring: the best and a certainty.
Give you ouick results and thereby
gains your confidence.
Never uses misleading methods to
bring you to his office. Treats you as
cheap as is possible and still gives
you the best.
fan treat you better and cheaper than
any one else, because he knows how.
Is permanently located here.
Can be consulted free of charge. So
whether you are rich or pt.-or you can
ret his opinion.
profession, tlie press and tlie peo
ple as the most advanced doctor in his
specialty. THE 15 EST IXKTOR TO
GO TO. DON'T YOU THINK SO?
The opinion of the public, when formed of a man with whom
they have, had long dealings is generally correct. The people of this
city and section are discerning and intelligent. They accord a man
all his merits entitle him to. If he is a skillful, conscientious phy
sician, and proves this by his works, he attains the greatest measure
of success; while if he fails it is because of his inability to fulfill the
promises and perform the cures he undertakes.
CONSULTATION AND 'X-RAY EXAMINATION FREE.
Suite 49, 50 and 31. Mitchell & Lynde building, Rock Island. Take
elevator to fourth floor.
r ti ' lias been acknowledged bv
ur. norneeal profe:
1 ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
2 BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
X Incorporated Under tlie State Law. 4 Per Cent
X Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Heal Estate Security.
: J. M. Buford, President.
' John Crubaugh, Vice President,
i P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
land occupvincr S. E. corner of
R. It. Cable, V. Greenawalt,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
II. P. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
Solicitors Jackson and II u rat.
Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
If that oldhat of your looks worn and
shiny. Take it to the
UNION HAT MAKER
224 Seventeenth St. Rock Island.
He will make it look like new. Straw
nnd Panama hats cleaned and
Work Satisfactory Or No Charge.