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TUB AKaUS, TIItTItSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1903.
Mull's Grape Tonic
When the sewer of a city becomes stopped up, the refuse backs
into. the streets vhere it decays and rots, spreading disease-
V; and there
r. a nirr
ui o lib
) like this
strength and health.
rich, red blood. As a laxative its action is immediate and posi
tive, gentle and natural Mull's Grape Tonic is guaranteed or money back.
Send 10c. to Lightning Medicine Co.. kock island, iu., lor large?
sample pottle. All drugglsta sell regular Izefl bottles for 60 cts.
WE DON'T NEED THE MONEY.
Perhaps you do. We've got it to loan on everything. Also some great bar
gains in unredeemed goods. Special bargain in 9 k. diamond ring. Siegel's
Loan office, 320 TvcxtJtth street. 'Phone 633 brown.
THIS TK4VBLKB8' QUIDS.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISTjAND
& Pacific Railway TicteetR
eaa be purchased at City
Ticket office. 1818 Second ave
nue, or C , R. L & P. depot
Fifth are cue foot of Ttatrty-
Feorla branch depot, root or
itietb street. Prank H. Plummer, C. P. A.
Denver Lamtted & Ooiaba. .
Kt. Worth, Denver it K. C
tOmaba & Minneapolis....
Colorado & Omaha
Des Moines & Omaha
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Des Moines Exprec -
Bt.Pul& Mlnnesp. "s...
Denver. FV Worth A I. O.
Kansas City , St Joe & Calif.
xRock Island & Washington
Obicaeo & Des Mote s
S is ait i
t 5:20 air
t 6:45 arc
t 1:10 ptr
t S:15 pm
h is air
Roes Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omaba & Des Moines
tCedar R-rids, Ttnton
t 6-00 pm
BOCK ISLAND AND PKOBIA DIT1SIOS.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
Be trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes in advance of time Riven.
Peoria, Sjrinpeeld. St. L.
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln
Cable & Sherrard Accom.
Cable A Hherrard com.
B 53 pm
1 11-1 rr.
t5:45 am tl1:3?i am
Arrival, t Departure
day. Phone West 1003.
Daily, except Sun
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON A
itir r'l Quincy Depot Second
iT'tUltHt'lJa onue and TwenUeth street.
Ti'-'.'.j m j. vouNra. a cent.
miNK' A HAHT-
t 8:25 pm
T V I 1 nm I 1
t 7:10 am
t 9:10 am
t 4:30 pro
7:30 am titt am
t7 30 am t6:8S am
8758 pm 7:10 pm
t7:2Spm t7:10 pm
s7:40 pm 7.00 am
t7:00 am t7rf 'pm
s7:00 am 7:00 pm
St. Louis, SprlngBeld
Galesburg, Peoria and
S erUng, Mendota anO
S t. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points in
termediate D buquev Clinton, La
oroase, kv .ram, Minn,
and N. W
C in ton, Dubuque, anil
C tnton and Intermediate
a. Stop at Rock Island 25 minutes
Dally. tDaUy except Sunday.
Telephone 11 SO.
& St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. I. Si N. W. passenger sta-
4 SP4l'f g gent. The trains for Du
buque ana points nortn run
via Illinois side of river.
Tialns for Freeport and Milwaukee vUl run
via Davenport, Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will oonneot at Savanna for points
as and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
7:00 am 8:47 pm
3:45 pm 11:40 am
All trains dally except Sunday
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
ACME PACKE r CO. Dally line to
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OP WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15-
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. White
Collar Line Steamera. summer Sched
ule: Steamr Helen Blair For Muscatine, Bur
lington and all Intermediate points Mon
dav. Wednesday and Friday ai. 4 p. m. and
Sunday at 4:30 p. m. for Muscatine.
F. B. HOPKINS, Agent.
Both phones. Office loot Nineteenth street
For Clinton, Dubuque, La Crosse,
St. Paul and points between, steamer
DUBUQUE, Aug. 16, at 18 a. m.
For Muscatine, Burlington, Quincy,
Rt? Louis and point between, steamer
QILXCY, Aug. 10, at 9 a. m.
GEORGE LAMONT, Agt.
Offiee: 11.5 Seventeenth street. Tel
Iphoaai Old 1105, new 6105.
7 f nxsrm rgrTTk
fls ZVOnEItJiB.- FOTAiiFoiiTSEiTsr ,
creauuK germs uiiuuguuuii iu cuius nijt
An epidemic of sickness follows. It Is the
same way when the bowels fail to work.
Th mrii cented food backs into the svstem
it rots and decays. From this
7 festering mass the blood saps ut all the dis
ease germs, and at every heartbeat carries
them to everv tissue.iust as the water works
fnrpoa ImmirA venter intn ovarv
The only way to cure a condition
. . -
Is to cure the constipation. Pills
BUU fcUW U1U1UU1 .-w q wwm
HULL'S GRAPE TOHIC
Is a crushed fruit tonic-laxative
which permanently cures the affliction.
The tonic properties contained in the grape
go into every afflicted tissue and creates
fV win nnibfv restnrfi lost flesh and make
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on ua 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 e 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.
Cement fillings 25C
Bono filling 2SC
Platinum filling 50c
Silver fillings SOC
Gold fillings, fl and up $1.00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, 5 and up 5.00
fid set of teeth for 1U.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel'i Drug Stor.
"31 y wife had pi mplPM on her fere, but
fibe bus boin takii: CASCAKKTS unl they
h-ive all disapx.-arHl. I had Ix-fn trouMrd
with constitution for soin time, but after tak
ing the tirt Ciisourot I havo had Tjj trouble
with this uilment. We rnonot spi-ok too highly
cr CiKcaret." Fkko Wartmak,
5708 Gormantown Ave., PUUudclyUia, Pa.
Plensant. Palatable. Potent. Tanto Oool. Do
Good, Novtr SickeuWeakun or Qripe. 10c, 5c, 50c.
Htprlln-T Crairdj fpaay, ( klraca, 9oalrrl, Nf York. 314
Mrt Tfl DlfTKil'l and innrant,'il by all lmg.
HUa I If'DAw cists toCtKE Tobacco Habit.
f LOW RATES
ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
FIRST ANO THIRD TUESDAYS OP EACH MONTH
Dlract connection at Cincinnati from an points
NORTH. EAST AND WEST.
WRITE FOR RATES.
W. A. BEOKLEB, N. P. A Chicago, Til.
K.P.BROWN.N.E.P.A. Detroit. Mich.
W. W. CTJNNAVANT. TJA. Warren. Q
CHA8. ZEXiL D. p. A. Cincinnati.
W. C. BX2IAhS0M. O. P. A. .. ClncixinaU.
DON'T BE FOOLED!
Take tha genuine, original
f& ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
T vriA3l Made only by Maditon Mcdl
1 cine Co., Madison, Wis. H
VT JiLg keens you well. Our trade
mark cut en each package.
Price, 35 cents. Nevar sol
In bulk. Accept ne ubU
tuta. Ask your arueKUt.
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment
has cured thousands has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of 1111
tols. Established over twelve years
4 WILLOW BARK CO.,
2:55 am t'fVi. UCN.
B:20pm . JbS8iWirHjJ5iiVSSK
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s:w am ) v&x J I
U0:IJ pm -Vft? OrV J! f SL
t 1-09 ara W'; -u-.
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C NllNDY CATHARTIC -
Mr. and Mrs. Walter cnder of this
city went ttDeWitt Tuettilay rooming
to atteiul the fiiueral of their niece,
Mrs. Kittenring-, who diedj a few days
ag-o in Kansas City. , Mrs Kettenrlng
was here only a week ag. She came
on the tad miasion of bring-ing her
l:ibe to Vitt for burial,, and after
tlie obsequies were over Mr. and Mrs.
Hender escorted her to the C, K. I. &
P. depot here on her way to her home
in Arkansas.' She, however, became
ill at Kansas City, and had to be re
moved from the train to Jhe hospital,
and there she died.
John Mntfuire, of 170S West Third
street, passed 'away at his'' home at 3
oYhrck yesterday morning' after a
Iing-ering' iHness.- Deceased was 32
years of age and was born and lived
his entire life in Davenport. He was
a son of ltichard Magiiire, a member
of the Davcn-xrt police force for
years, who passed away Feb. 10, 1S'.)0.
The mother, Mrs. Kllen Mayuire, sur
vives, and he leaves besides one sis
ter, Nellie Maguir-'. The funeral will
be held tomorrow, with services at
St. Mary's church at ! a. ni. The in
terment will be in St. Mary's cem
John Johnson, the man who at
tempted suicide some time ago, and
who was committed to Mercy hospi
tal as an insane patient, has eluded
bus gpuards and escajH'd. He is de
scribed a being- CO years of ag-e,
wearing" Donegal whiskers, having" a
crooked leg; and walking with a cane.
When he left the hopital he had a
silk handkerchief tied about his neck.
Architect (J. A. Hanssen has taken
measurements of the old Decker malt
house n Fourth a nil Scott streets,
recently purchased from the Security
Investment company by the Duggleby
brothers for a natatorium site. He
will soon have a set of plans ready
for contractors to bid upon. The en
tire property purch,nst'il is 145x140
feet, and is located nn the corner di
rectly below the Pittsburg Plate (ilass
company's plant, west of the court
house. Ait artesian well is on the
grounds, which needs only to be taj)
ped to furnish a flow abundant
enough for the purpo.-es of the nata
torium. The Dug-gleby brothers state
that the natatorium will be built at
a cost of $1("),(XH'. Its site will be on
the alley with a 52-foot frontage on
Scott street, am) a depth of 145 feet
along the alley line. This will leave
a piece Sxl45 feet in size on the cor
ner which may be used either as an
enlargement of the natatorium build
ing or for other purposes.
J. .1. Header, who lives on Ksplanade
avenue, has been missing since Mon
thly morning and his folks are getting
distracted over his long absence. The
family states that the man left home
Monday morning apparently for his
work in Ilettendorf and since that
time nothing has been seen or heard
of him. The report came in to the
police station and from the descrip
tion given the officers are confident
that Header was locked up there Mon
day night. The description given of
the mat is that he is short, with a
brow n, stubby beard, wearing a slouch
hat, and with a pair of overalls on.
and this- description, tallies exaetly
with that of a man locked up in the
station Monday night. The man waa
turned loosi in the morning and noth
ing has been seen of him since. Head
er was a hard-working, industrious
man and the family think that some
thing must lmve happened to him.
The city hall is to be heated from
the outside Ihis year. Last year the
officials decided to heat the building
with its own plant, and this was tried,
but did not prove satisfactory. The
officials found that when it came to
buying coal and securing a janitor,
besides the other extra work, it was
more expensive than to Jet the con
tract, tfi one of the big tirms, audthis
will be done.
E. W. llines died at St. Luke's hos
pital today from the effects of Injur
ies he sustained in falling from a
Hock Island train near Walcott, Iowa.
He was brought to this city yester
day and not till last night did he re
cover consciousness sufficiently to
tell his name. Then he again became
umconscious ami later pas.sed away.
All diseases of Kidneys,
Diaaaer, urinary organs.
i Inn nhiim,tom Ra1p
uropsy, femaie xrouDies.
Don't become discouraged. There i a
cure for you. If necessary write Dr. i'"enner.
lie bus spent a life time curing Just aucb
cases as yours. All consultations Tree.
"A gravel lodged in tny bladder. Afte
usinjr a few bottles of Pr. Feuner'a Kidney
and Backache (Jure I passed a gravel half at
luree as a marble. The medicine preveutec
mriucr luruiaiiun. i was curi'u.
Druggists. Boc. t. Ask for Cook Book Free
ST VITIIv'nAWnC Sure Cure. Circular, Pi
wiiiiww unnubtenner. j reaoola.ri .
Dor sale by Harper House Pharmacy
and C anode's Pharmacy.
He was 37 years'of age, a painter by
trade, and leaves a wife and; children
living in this city. He was beating
hi way, riding on a coach, from
which he fell and sustained the injur
ies that caused his death.
Invitations have been issued bv Mr.
aiwl Mrs. Fred Kueflfel, of 524 West
Sixteenth street, announcing the mar
riage of their daughter, Miss Klfrieda,
to Harry Martens, son Of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Martens. The ceremony will
bei performed at the home of the
bride's parents at 8 o'clock this even
At 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
Justice Louis K. Koddewig united in
nwirnage, at his office, Adolph Huefer,
a harness maker at Hock Island ar
senal, and Miss Mvrtle Ilullis. of Dix
on, Jowa. The couple will make their
home at .,0 Fast Sixth street.
Two thefts were rejxirted at the
station yesterday, one taking place
late in the afternoon ami the other
in the evening. Some time in the af
ternoon someone entered the resi
dence of Fd Heimers, 017 West Third
street, and purloined two five-dollar
gold pieces. Later Frank Hascher re
ported that someone had entered) his
residence while he was out at a party
and had taken a black coat contain
ing several papers and a key to his
Dr. DeArmand accused the Daven
port Water company of extortion.
subterfuge Si ml with disregarding the
city ordinances in a communication
addressed to the Davenport city coun
cil last evening. The letter was re
ferred to the wat;r committee, where
the charges will be fully investigated.
Constable lhinue yesterday brought
a man named I. 15. Miller from Pleas
ant Valley, where he had been cap
tured by a posse organized for his ar
rest. Miller is accused of a very seri
ous crime, as it is alleged that he at
tempted to assault two little girls liv
ing near Pleasant Valley. He came
to tlje house Sunday morning when
no one but the girls was at home and
made several remarks to one of them,
after which he followed her into the
house. Her screams and those of her
sister frightenedi the man and he ran
off. When the. parents came home
and were told of the occurrence they
notified the authorities and posses
were organized ami the country scour
ed for the man. but he was not found.
Monday morning he went to another
house, where a little girl about 12
years old lived, and tried to assault
her. but she made a light and scream
ed until the man again lost courage
and fled. This time the search for
him was so determined that he was
found hiding in the woods near Pleas
ant Valley, brought to Davenport and
placed in the county jail. He is about
Aa years of age and looks like a tramp.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Only through car line to Abbeville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service, Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
Ie Witt Is the Name.
When you go to buy Witch Hazel
Salve look for the name DeWitt on
every box. The pure, unadulterated
witch hazel is used in making De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which is
the best salve in the world for cuts,
burns, bruises, boils, eczema and piles.
The popularity of DeWitt's? Witch Ha
zel Salve, due to its many cures, has
caused numerous worthless counter
feits to be placed on the market. The
genuine bears the name of E. t. De
Witt & Co., Chicago.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Keiss drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twentj'-scventh street.
Proposals Solicited. ,
Notice is hereby given that the Mod
ern Wi Kidmen of America will sell to
the highest bidder, for cash, the two-
story frame residence, and outbuild
ings, sheds and fences, located on the
lot adjoining on the east the Modern
Woodmen head office building, Third
Sealed bid's will be received by the
head clerk, at his ollice, head office
building, until 9 o'clock a. m., Friday,
Aug. 21, lUO'i, and will be opened at 10
o'clock a. m. on that day. All bids
must be marked "Proposals to pur
chase residence." A condition of Bale
will be the removal of said buildings,
sheds and fences within 10 days from
the date of sale.
' The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids.
C. W. HA WES,
Head Clerk, M. W. of A.
The startling announcement that a
preventive of suicide had been dis
covered will interest many. A run
down system or despondency invaria
bly precede suicide and something
has been found that will prevent that
condition which makes suicide likely.
At the first thought of self-destruction
take Electric Bitters. It being a
great tonic and nervine will strength
en the nerves and build up the sys
tem. It's also a great stomach, liver
and kidney regulator. Only 50 cents.
Satisfaction guaranteed by Hartz &
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hock, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Palmer und Miss Elbe M.
(iraj of Walker Station will leave in
October for a trip down the river.
They have built tw o gasoline launches
each 32 feet long and 8 feet wide, and
will live in them during the winter.
They are large enough to afford am
ple accommodation for the trip and
the voyagers anticipate u pleasant
cruise. They will go as far as New-
Orleans, arriving there in the spring.
I hey will sell the boats and return
Harry 1 Inn toon and Harvey McKin
ley have received notice from Couch
Woodruff to' report at the Michigan
avenue wharf in Chicago, Aug. 2'J to
take a boat to Spring Lake, Mich.,
where the candidates for the Univer
sity of Illinois football team this fall
will undergo preliminary training.
Notices were sent to 43 candidates,
and 40 are expected to report. Me
Kinley will not respond to the call,
and he is yet undecided as to wheth
er he will play on the team this fall.
He was a star at quarter back last
Miss Mary Marshall, who was the
guest of Mrs. M. A. Swan and family
last winter has entirely recoered
her health. She leaves for Egypt Sept.
1 to enter a three years' service as
nurse in the missionary hospital at
Miss Carrie Volkinann was married
at the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Volkmann, 2128 Eighteenth-and-a-half
street, at S:30 p. m. Tues
day to Hobert C. P.alke, a P.Ioomnig
tou young man, prominent among the
turners there and interested in thej
lumber planing business with his
father. Hev. Edward L. Durant, of the
Church of Peace of Illooinington, ;md
a personal friend of the groom, offi
ciated and Miss Elinore Horrn-nnn, a
niece of the groom ami also of P.loom
ington, played the Lohengrin wedding
march. The couple were unattended.
Thirty friends witnessed the cere
mony, after which supper was served.
The wedding was tilso the occasion of
of a family reunion, five sisters of the
bride, who have not been together for
3o years, being present. They were
Mrs. Edward Wenke, of Sioux City,
la.; Mrs. Henry Patch, of Wayne.
Neb.; Mrs. Martin Paha, of Avoca, la.;
Mrs. Sophia Lunsehey, of Tipton, la.;
and Mrs. 15. Sclrwarting, of Wolcott.
la. Mrs. Pauline Leahy, a cousin of
the brulf, was here from St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. Balke have gone to Pe
oria, ami from there they will visit
Chicago before taking up their resi
dence in Bloomington, their future
Fourteenth street and Third aven-
nue business men are to battle for
supremacy' on. the ball field. That is
if a challenge that has been issued
for the annual game is accepted.
Capt. Eli De Heu. of the Fourteenth
street warriers issues the challenge
He is already busy selecting a team,
ami has several star men signed for
the desperate encounter.
II AY FEVER'S CONQUEKOIl
Breathe Ilyomel and Kop Tbla Dreaded
By the use of Uyoniei. you can save
an expensive trip to the mountains
and escape weeks of suffering. This
remarkable remed v for the cure of
hay fever, kills the germs of disease
soothes and heals the irritated mu
eons membrane, if used two or three
weeks before the time of the usual
appearance of hay fever will prevent
The complete Hyomei treatment
consists of a neat pocket inhaler,
through which Hyomei is breathed, a
liottle of Hyomei, ami a medicine
dropper. The air taken into the
lungs in this way is filled with heal
ing balsams and forms a perfect safe
guard against attacks of hay fever or
loose who nave had nay fever.
know how little help can be gained
bv stomach dosiug in this disease.
Hyomei is the only scientific yet com
in on sense treatment for the trouble.
It is easy enough for any one to
say that a remedy will give satisfac
tion, but T. IE' Thomas' offer to re
fund the money if Hyomei does not
do all that is claimed for it, certainly
inspires faith in the treatment.
Hyomei really gives you in your
own home, a change of climate, and
hav fever sufferers know from iast
experience that this has been the only
thine that afforded them relief. By
breathing Hyomei a ftw times daily
vhi can save the expense and trouble.
of a mountain trip and avbid all dan
ger of hay fever.
Bids for fuel for court house and
jail buildings at Hock Island, III.
Sealed proposals will be received at
county clerk's offiee for furnishing of
fuel for court house and jail buildings
up und to 12 m. Saturdtiy, Sept. 5,
1903. Bidders w ill give prices on mine
run," also lump coal. Contract calls
for delivery commencing Oct. 1, 1U03,
tind ending Sept. 30, 1J04. All coal
delivered "subject to our own weights,
and coal to be union mined- Commit
tee reserves right to reject any or all
bids. JOHN KOLLOFF,
L. C. PFOH,
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all
diseases nrising from disordered kid
neys or bladder. All druggist.
tw Are Tear XLidaey
Dr. Hobba" Sparmnii Pills ewre all kirtney Ills, f ain
! ft m. Add. Bteru-a? KamadT Co-.tbieMO or U. t
Ilavinj; purchased Coin's Palace of Sweets, lo
cated at 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, we
are pleased to announce that after remodeling
and refurnishing throughout, the new store will
be opened to the public on Saturday, Aug. 22,
under the name of
A fresh stock of candies, fruits, ice cream and
ices will be carried at all times. You are respect
fully invited to cill on the opening day when a
reception will be held from 7 p. m. to 10 p. m.,
with music in attendance. Icecream and cakes
will be served free. Hoping that we may be fa
vored with 3'our presence on this occasion, and
that you will be impressed with the new location,
we are respectfully yours,
The Host on Candy K.itchcn
Gust Tra.ko.s. Proprietor.
Successor to Coin',8 Palace of Sweets
Augustan a College
Begins its 4Uh Academic Year
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2nd. 1903, 9 O'clock A. M.,
In the following Departments:
College, Academic, Normal, Conservatory, Art, Business Departments.
Registration and Examination take place Tuesday, September I.
AutruKtana offers many advantages: Thorough
Instruction, skillful teachers, fine buildings and
claooroonis, well equipped laboratories, a splen
did library, low prices, healthful and beautiful
GUSTAV ANDREEN. Pres.. rock island, ill.
Gift of Healiivg
It is tlie Union or? tliis Tlaro
ing That Has Made the Phenomena or rower over
Disease. ' These Cures are the Natural Triumphs
of the Great X-Ray Doctors. The whole Country
Thrilled at the Marvelous Cures. This is the Most
Favorable Season to Cure Chronic Diseases. Dr.
Home's Work For Humanity, One of the Bright
est Epochs in Medical History.
The phenomena of power is start
ling only beeause it is rare; superna
tural only to the extent of the unusu
al. The marvel of these cures, "which
have brought into vivid relief the
great X-lJay doctor's gift of healing,
involves no mystery.
There is no mystery in the charm
of the singer, who adds to the rare
gift of music the training of years in
the conservatories and enthralls
whole continents with the spell of
There, is no mystery in the victor
ies of the soldier, who adds to the rare
gift of military genius the training of
years in school and camp ami bends
the knee of all powers of Europe to
There is no mystery in the spt-ll of
the orator, who adds to the rare gift
of eloquence the training of the rhe
torician and commands senates with
the power of speech.
There is no mystery in the cures of
the famous physician, who has added
to the inherited gift of healing the
rarest training of school, hospital
and clinic given to a scientist or a
surgeon in our generation and has
thrilled the whole country with the
marvel of his triumph over disease.
That no other man cured before as
this man cures, that invalids who
were hopeless and helpless are pro
claiming their miracle of discovery to
the world, that physicians of nil
schools are hastening to learn of the
J. Alvin Home, M.. D.,
Ulttlll I III I I II I I I tttltttltl IIIIIIIIHlt"l""T
Nothing Better Than
111 I II 1 I I I
We coll Special Attention to the New
Pre-Medical Course Ollered in the
All letters and requests for catalogue are
Not a. Mystery
Gift With, the Ttarest Train
matchless means which the master
physician has brought to the aid of
science; that the attention of the
whole civilized world is now drawn to
the unceasing wonder of results, in
volves no mystery.
To the rare gift of healing has been
added the rarest opportunities and
training, and the cures of the great X
Kay doctors are but the natural tri
umphs of their lives.
Dr. Home wishes to emphasize the
fact that during the summer months
ehronie diseases of whatever nature
are cured in one-half the time that
would be required during the inclem
ent winter weather. Nature lends her
aid to the. physician and cures are
accomplished at this season of the
year in a comparatively short time.
DIMIOKXE CURING THE SICK.
Each week, standing boldly ouf
from amidst the failures of others.
Dr. Home publishes the names and
addresses of people cured, people well
known in the community, people
whose standing forbids the thought
of their pending their names to any
but an honest statement. The people
ask themselves, what does this mean,
and the answer impresses itself ti
on them with a force that compels
conviction. Xothing but merit and
real conscientious work could pro
duce such results and make such a
record as this.
FREE X-RAY EXAMINATION
Dr. Home never accepts a ease
unless he knows to a certainty the
cause of th trouble, and this can only
be determined by a scientific examin
ation. His X-Ray outfit is the most
elaborate and complete in this coun
try. Ry his special Fluoroscopic at
tachment, he is able to examine all
parts of the body and lind out to an
absolute certainty the cause of the
patient's affliction. Come and be ex
amined; it is absolutely free. He will
not charge you one cent. Come and
find out what your trouble is and he
will advise you in reference to a cure.
It is all free. He asks no compensa
tion. Rooms, 4a 50, 51, R.1.'54. 55 Mitchell
Lynde lUdg., Rock island. 111.
Call and look throngh our new
Fixture Room. New stock.
119 18th Rt. Phone Wo,st. 1538