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TTH3 AB6HTS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER' 3, 1903.
Colorado is the place for an outing.
The climate is perfect bright, sunny days and
cool, sleep-inducing nights. '
Theairisa revelation.lt tempts you out of doors. It
sends the -blood' hurrying thro your veine. It makes you
glad to be alive.
- Our book, "Under the Turquoise fcky" should be read by every
one who is looking for a place to spend the summer. Sent for six
cents, (lives just the -information you need hotels, resorts and
. Extraordinarily J.oy rates daily until Sept. 30. Only $:26.75 for the
round trip from ltoek .Island.
WE DON'T NEED THE MONEY.
Perhaps-yon do. We've got it to loan on eve-thing. Also some great bar
gains in unredeemed goods. Special bargain in 9 k. diamond ring. Siegel's
Loan office, 320 Tvntieth street. 'Phone 633 brown.
THl TBAT10XB8' GtXIDK.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND
A Pacific Rstiwsv Ticket
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Second aye
cue, or O , R. L A P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty
Brat street. Peoria branch depot, foot of
Twt lUeth street. Frank H. Plummer, C. P. A.
T BAINS, 1 BAST.
I 2:56 am
Denver Limited & Omaha.,
rt. Wonh, DenTer & K. C.
Davenport A Chicago
tpmatoa A Minneapolis....
Colorado A Omaha
Des Moines A Omaha
DenTer, Lincoln Omaha.
Pes Moines Exprea
B. Paul & Mlnneap. "c...
Denver, Ft. Worth & L C.
tKaneaaCltv.St Joe & Calif.
t 3:45 am
t 6:20 iee
t 6:45 am
t 7:50 am
t 7:oo pm
t 1:10 pm
t 8:15 pm
t w:ra am
t :00 am
t 0:68 am
t 8:25 pm
t 7:10 am
tRock Island & Washington
t 3:25 pm
t 2.00 pm
Cbteaco A Des Moines. .
Rook Island & Brooklyn Ac
t 7:10 am
t 910 am
Omaha & Des Moines...
tOida Rapids. Tipton ,
t 80 pm
r 4:au pm
BOCK ISLAND AND PSOBIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
no trains start from main depot on Filth
avenue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
- . THAI MS.
Peorts,, Springfield, St. U
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln
Gable A Sherrard Ac com.
Gable A Mherrard Accom.
lb a vs.
S 53 pm
til l am
12 00 pm
Arrival. tDeparture JDally. except Sun
tay. Phone Went 1063, West 1423.
Qutncy Depot Second
venue and Twentieth street.
M. J. TOT7NG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART,
St. Louis, Sprlngtleld
Galesburg, Peoria an0
8 ierlisg, . Mendota and
St. Louis, Kansas City,
- Denver - and Pacific
Sterling and points In-
7 30 am
s 735 pm
D ibuque, Clinton, La
. Crowe, St. Paul, Minn,
and N. w .............. :.
C lnton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
s. Stop at Rock Island 25 minutes for meals,
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
vCi- J A St. Paul RaUway. D.,
oirC4f(J-' R. I. & N. W. passenger Bta-
MnWAUXEt) tion at ot of seventeenth
I""? -treetT Georire W. Wood.
VT'rilr. r- airent. The trains for Do-
f hitnnn n.TA TWiiin t nArth tUH
-via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Treeport and Milwaukee will run
1a Davenport. Clinton ana savanna.
All trains will oonneot at Savanna for points
ast and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
Free port Fxpresa
All trains dally exeept Sunday
Passengers for points beyond Savanna Will
Bake connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m, via Iowa side of the river.
toil if -JTT.. 'tnti
ACME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. White
Collar Line Steamers. Summer Sched
Collar Line Steamers. Summer Sched-
llngton and all intermediate points Mon
day. Wednesday and Friday at 4 p. m. and
Sunday at 4:30 p. m. for Muscatine. i
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent,
Both phones. Office toot Nineteenth street
. For Clinton Dubnqne, La Crossev St.
Paul and points between, steamer
SIDNEY, Aug. 31, at 10 a. m.
i For Muscatine, Burlington, Quincy,
St. Louis and points between, steamer
DUBUQUE, Aug. 29, at 9 a. in.
....... GEORGE. LAMONT, Agt.
Offite: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
tphoiiact. Old 1105, new 6105.
C. P. A.,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
S. F. BOYD, D. I. A., Davenport, Iowa.
Chicago Dental Company
If yon are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. Ve use
nothing bat the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first-
class in every respect. II you are in
need of a set of teeth call and 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 23c
Bone filling 2SC
flatinnm nlnne BOc
b liver fallings .- SOC
bold fallings, fl and up 1,00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 3.00
$15 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Epeidel'B Drug Stor.
Queen ek.nd Crescent
To points in
ALABAMA, FLORIDA, GEORGIA,
NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA,
TENNESSEE AND VIR
GINIA. On the first and third Sundays in
each month. May to November,
At the very low rate of
ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP,
Tickets are good going 15 days, and
for stop overs south of the Ohio
river, with final limit for return of
21 days from date of sale.
On same dates
ONE WAY SETTLERS' TICKETS
will be sold to points in same territory
at one half first class rates plus $2
from Chicago, Peoria, St. Louis, Ohio
Uiver Gateways and intermediate
For information about rates, etc.,
call on your nearest ticket agent, or
J. S. McCULLOUGH,
N. W. P. A., 225 Dearborn St.
For information about farm lands,
business locations, etc., write
T. B. THACKSTON,
Traveling Agent, Land & Indus Dept.
225 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111
C. R. ALLEN.
A. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo.
DON'T BE FOOLED!
- Take ths g enulna, rlglasl
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co., Madison, Wis. It
keeps you -well. Our trade
mark cut on each eackate.
Price. 35 cents. Never so'4
In bulk. Accept substl
tut, ass: your onanist.
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment
has cured thousands; has Injured nona.
Incorporated under the laws f Uil
vols. Established over twelve years.
. WILLOW BARK CO..
The six firlass workers, who held out
when the others went to work 10
days ago. went back to their tables
at the rittsburcr Plate lilnss com
pany's plant yesterday. They return
ed at. the request of Mr. Graves who
is acting manager pending the arri
val of J. P. Maxwell, of Milwaukee,
who succeeds Mr. Field.
Next Tuesday at the Washington
garden the German Pioneers of Seott
countv, will hold their second annual
festival. There are 10 charter mem
bers, and at the meeting there will be
u large number initiated into the
cult, which requires for membership
that the applicant shall have settled
here prior to 1S52.
Mrs. Adele Wirtz's little son was
bitten in the face Sunday by a vicious
dog, which tlrat lady states has been
removed into the country instead of
being shot. The dog belongs to a
neighbor of Mrs. Wirtz who lives on
West Ninth street. The matter has
been reported to the police.
John A. Feeney, the lCst Third
street, grocer announces the theft of
a $40 harness; from the barn ut the
rear of his place of business. The
harness was iu the barn yesterday
At 7: 13 Tuesday evening a west bound
street car jumped the track at Third
and Marquette streets. It had 70 pas
sengers! on board, all of whom were
made meTrily acquainted with the
fact by the series of "hobbly-jibbly'
humps over the brick on the pave
ment. No one was very greatly al
W. H. Stegenmueller,- who rooms in
the Dittoe block has reported to the
police the theft of a suit of clothes
from his room Monday night, while
lie was absent at a lodge meeting
He returned at midnight and found his
door unlocked, and the clot hing valued
at &;0 gone.
Attorney Frank A. Cooper and F
IX Letts will go to St. Louis this week
to take the testimony of .1. H. Svrtz
and H. 1". Stocks in the matter of the
$15,000 damage suit brought by the
Ellsworth Leon id as estate against
the Diamond Jo line. It will be re
membered that the case of the elder
I'onifUis. Christopher, has been tried.
and that the jury returned a verdict
in favor of the defendant company,
thus exonerating Mate Dan Breen
front the charge of shooting hastily
The case of the younger Leonidas,
alias Taggert. will be tried during the
November term of court, and Messers
Swartz aiv.l Stocks depositions are
desired for submission to the jury.
The quest for relatives of the miss
ing Hicks who was. reported to have
died of starvation in the west has de
veloped the fact that S. D. Hicks
father of the young survivor is in
constant communication with his son
ami that like Magelssen he is as "fine
as a fiddle." There was nothing more
to the story than the Sherlock Holmes
methods of Marshal Kittilscn in find
ing the whereabouts of another party,
an- associate of the absent Hicks.
Walter A. (5. Ohlshauscn, who was
recently brought here from El Paso,
Tex., suffering from dementia, was ex
amined by the insianity board yester
day and committed as a private pa
tient to Mt. Pleasant.
.1. 1. Maxwell, who conies here from
Milwaukee to take charge of the Pitts
burg Plate ilass company's Daven
port plant, has arrived here and took
up his work yesterday morning. The
Pittsburg company has hail a number
of managers, here, but they have al
ways leen good, ones, while the Dav
enport plant has always proved a
stepping stone for something higher.
The Lagomarcino-Ornpe,. and the
Martin-Woods company have bought
out the Tri-City Fruit company, lo
cated at 110-118 East Front street,
and have already taken possession.
Jackson J. Buzzard, the former propri
etor.will leave the city. TheLagoinarci-no-(irupe
company took the peanut,
lemon and orange stock, while the
Martin-Wood.s took the rest. No con
siderwtion for the transfer has been
The management of the West Min
strels at the Uurtis opera house this
evening is considered by the manage
ment to be of sufficient importance
to warrant the occasion being consid
ered the ojx'ning of the local play
house for the season. It is conse
quently so ordered, and the people
will set the seal of their approval on
' DR. FENNER'S
All diseases of Kldnsys,
Bladder. Urinary Organs.
A N liken ma.t Ism. Back
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There 1 a
cure for you.- If necessary write Dr. l eaner,
lie has spent a life time caring fast such
cases as yours. All consultation Free, -
"'A gravel lodged In my bladder. Aften
nslnir a few bottles of Dr. Fenner's Kldne5
and Backache Oure I passed a (travel half at
larjre as a marble. The medicine prevented
further formation. I was cured.
Druggists. ,rflc.. 1. Ask for Cook Book Free.
VITIKTIflMPCHre Cure-Circular, Dt
Olf IIUO UA II UC Tenner. Fredonia.N-V
For sale by Harper House Pharmacy
and C'anode's Pharmacy. -
V V XSAA. Vi j.css-1 O. 111U I ' VX V II dill
berlain by packing the auditorium in
men uixuaiumcu luiiuiier w nen a
first class minstrel company is the at-
Assessor Jeppe Bierring has receiv
d word that his son, Dr. Walter A.
Jierrincr, Tsas returned to Iowa Citv.
after spending five weeks in Colorado.
w. uierring, who had to submit to the
amputation of a foot some months
ago, in order to remove the effects of
uu accident .that happeiwed years be
fore, is now able to get about, with
th aid of an artificial foot and a
cane, and will soon be a new nufh. He
is reaily now to resume his work in
the university, where he is one of the
able and popular, members of the
A weddinxr of soecial interest, to
huiKlreds of friends in this citv was
that which oceured at St. Mary's
church yesterday iworninsr. when n
solemn nuptial mass united in mar
riage Mis Isabel Turner and Harry
i. oner, two of the most popular young
people of this city. The church was
filled by the friends of the contract
ing parties when the mass was cele
brated at 8 o'clock by Uev. C. J. I km a
hue, who performed, the marriaire cer
mony, with Kev. Knebel as deacon.
liev.. George Toiler, brother of the
groom, sub deacon, and Uev. Harvey
Finefield as master of ceremonies.
Harry J. McFarland, cousin of the
groom, and Miss Mary Turner, sister
of the bride, were the attendants.
The ceremony was followed by a wed
ding breakfast at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. John Turner, at
.Marquette ami Ninth streets.
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Peter Arp, of
.!() West J.Ie vent h street, celebrated
the 50th or golden wedding auniver
sary of their wedding which was held
Sept. 1, 185:?. in this country and in
Davenport. The jubilarian is 73 years
of age and his wife 71. Mr. Arp camt
from Holstein in 1849 to New Orleans
and in 1850 to Davenjmrt. After their
marriage the couple took up their
resilience on a prairie claim on the
Ing (irow road one mile north of
Mt. Joy, where, they rived until 11
years ago. when they retired to live
in the city. The couple have five chil
di 'en, Henry Arp, of Minnesota, I'm ma
now wife of ex-Auditor Henry F. Jar-
chow, William and John Arp. farmers
of Sheridan township, the latter on
the old homestead, and Lizzie, wife of
Henry Soil, of Kidridge. All the chil
dren were present at the celebration
of the event which was held at the
veteran couple's home on West Klev-
The trouble between the journey
men and bosH barbers was finally set
tied last night at a meeting at liihr
iman's hall, which lasted until nearlv
1 o'clock. A committee of the boss
barbers met. with the journeymen and
after a long discussion the following
terms were agreed upon: The wages
of the barbers shall lie $12 per week
with half of all money taken in over
$1S. The hours on week (lavs shall
be from 7 a. m. to 7::io p. m.. with A
minutes off for hutch. Saturday from
7 a. m. till 9 : 150 p. m.. ami Sunday
from 8 to 11 a. m. The usual hal?
hour of grace will be allowed to out
lying shops and the men shall have
a half day off each week.
The effects of Clans Christian Kruse.
the old man who died friendless and
alone Monday night at Mercy hospi
tal, were examined yesterday and it
was found that he had considerable
money, besides a ICO-nere farm in Ne
braska, to which the deed was
apparently sound. It was also discov
ered that he had $fl( in the (Jernmn
Savings bank and a large sum of mon
ey in another local bank. So far no
relatives of the oJd man have been
found, but an investigation is taking
place and it is probable that some dis
tant relatives will turn up in the fu
ture. The funeral was held' at 1
o'clock yesterday from llunge fc Pe
tersen's undertaking establishment.
A WAY TO T31EAT HAY FEVER
No Stomach Dolis-lait Breath Hyomel
Stops Sneozlns; and Smarting.
T. II. Tmomas is recommending
to Kock Island customers, as a cure
for hay fever, Hyomei.
It is claimed for this remedy that it
stops the spasmodic paroxysms of
sneezing, the smarting and running
of the eyes and nose, and other ac
ute symptoms of this disease.
Many persons have been cured of
hay fever by Hyomei and its inventors
profess to be able to prevent both
the occurrence of the annual attacks
and to arrest the progress of the dis
ease when in the most chronic form.
Among those who have been cured
by Hyomei are J. F. Forbes chief
dispatcher, It. & M. K II.; McCook,
Neb., who writes: "I. have never had
relief from. any remedy for hay fever
even temporarily, until I used Hyo
mei. I will always recommend it
whenever occasion offers."
A. Hamlin, Westford, Mass., writes:
"Hyomei cured me of hay fever in
one week's time. I consider it a duty
to tell others who suffer from this
These endorsements are samples of
hundred that have been received by
the manufacturers of Hyomei, but T.
II. Thomas offers to refund the mon
ey if Hyomei does not do all that is
claimed for it. is the strongest proof
that can be offered as to the reliance
they place upon Hyomei to cure hay
, rorOvsr Sixty Tears
JJrs. Winslow's Soothing Sj'rup has
been used for children, teething.. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
eentg a bottle.
MOLiNE mention II
Tuesday! evening at the meeting of
the Angustana Mechanical Engineer
ing Fund, society, which was held at.
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Lundahl, arrangements were made for
the bazaar that the society will hold
for the fund toward the establishment
of a chair ini the Angustana college
for mechanical engineering. It was
decided that the bazaar should be
held in the last week of October, and
tin five nights which will le Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday," Friday and
Saturday evenings and probably in
the afternoons. The whole of the In
dustrial home building has been rent
ed for the purpose. "The large hall
will be used for the bazaar proper,
where the' merchants will be invited
to display their goods 'and erect some
booths while the women of the so
ciety will also have small trinkets for
The Ueliable (las & Manufacturing
company, is the outgrowth or a plant
which has been operated oir Third
street in" this city. The company has
a capital stock of S10.0OO limited to
$.0,(XM) and will locate on the corner
of Fourth and Ilipley streets, Daven
port. The officers are: President, Her
man Walther; secretary and treasur
er, F. It. Wernentin.
The Fifth street and Third ave
nue ball players are in training for
their game next Sunday forenoon at
the athletic field. The game will be
umpired by Mayor Skinner and any
back talk will be cause- for removal
front the municipal map.
Will Diniock, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Diniock, had a narrow escae
from drowning yesterday, and that he
is not now a subject for the coroner
is due solely to the effort of William
Sheley, who was unloading sand at the
landing. Young Diniock fell from the
l!edT Wood barge at the foot of
Eighteenth street about 10 o'clock. He
went down in at least 0 feet of water
and Sheley seized him by the hair as
he was sinking and pulled him out on
to the barge.
To relieve the crowded condition of
the Grant- school building the board
of education has empowered the
buildings anil grounds committee to
secure the chapel aj Twenty-sixth
street and- Fifth avenue for school
puriose. The probabilities are that
the fourth grade of the (irunt build
ing will occupy the chtpel, but defi
nite decision as to this has been left
in the hands of Superintendent Smith
and the principal of the (irant build
ing. The board has also decided to
change the shorthand system now be
ing taught in the commercial course
at the high school, ami hereafter the
(Iregg system will be followed.
It has been decided by the Hetail
Merchants association to promote an
excursion either one or two days to
the Joslin fair two weeks hence.
Dr. Edward has succeeded Mrs.
Mary E. Metzgar, who has been pres
ident of the Ioeal W. C. T. I. Mrs.
Metzgar declined reelection owing to
her protracted absence from the city.
The full list of new officers is: Presi
dent, Dr. Maria Edwards; honorary
president. Mrs. Mary E. Metzgar;
vice president, Mrs. James W. Atkin
son; recording secretary, Mrs. Allie
II. lincashire; corresponding secre
tary, Mrs. W. E. Crane; treasurer.
Mrs. Kobinson Nye.
John Canrplcll. third ice president
of the Molders' International union,
was in the city Tuesday evening for
a conference with the strike commit
tee of the local union, but his visit is
explained to have been no more than
a call while in this vicinity that he
might report the status of tbe strike
here to national headquarters.
A telegram has been received by
Charles and Archie Wittick announc
ing the death of their father, (leorge
Wittick. in Texas, lie was bitten by
st snake several iliiys ago and death
resmlted from the poisoning which
followed. The sons have departed for
Texas and they will bring the body to
Moline for burial, arriving here Fri
day. Two other sons, Claude and
(Jeorge, survive th-ir father, but their
present whereabouts are not known.
The widow and one other son. TJoy,
are in Minneapolis, and they will be
here for the funeral. Archie Wittick
is photographer for the Deere & Man
sur company, Roy is a high school
graduate here, and the entire family
is well krowm to Moliners. especially
irt the west end. Mr. Wittick for
many years conducted a photograph
gallery on Third street; he had a
wealth of relics collected by him on
western trips. For the last 10 or 12
years he had spent most of his time
away from Moline. He wore long hair
which fell over his shoulders. He w as
between- 50 and () years of age. His
father was killed in Rock Island some
years ago by ruffians. Mr. Wittick
had the distinction of being the first
white man, permitted to photograph
the Indian sun dance during his trav
els in Colorado and New Mexico.
Mrs. Jerry Iluscy, an aged colored
woman, was hit by a Kock Island en
gine while crossing the tracks at Fif
teenth street and Fourth avenue, this
morning, but fortunately escaped serj
oua injury. She was thrown out of
harm's- way by the cow-catcher. Her
only hurt was a gash in the befld.
We're All Noticed I. C Course.
fDld you ever noticed asked the
thoughtful man. "how much faster a
etrect car goes when you xvant to catch
It than It docg when yoo are on Itf
Chicago Post. , '
Gift of Healing
It is tlio Union of tliis Hare Gift With tlic Ttarest Train
ing That lias Made the 1'henomena of Tower Over
Disease. These Cures are the Natural Triumph
of the Great X-Iiay Doc tors. The whole Country
Thrilled at the Marvelous Cures, This is tbe 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 pow er is start-1
ling only because 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-Kay 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
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 and bends
the knee of all powers of Europe to
There is no mjstery in the spell 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 all
schools are hastening to learn of the
J. Alvin Horne, D..
TKe Secret of How to Obtain
Is found in Dr. Walsh's successful treatment for hroni, nervous and pri
vate diseases of both sexes. Thousands who were afflicted with chronia
diseases and who failed to find relief elsewhere Lave been permanently
cured by Dr. Walsh during the nine years he has been located in Daven
port. That is one of the best reasons if you are suffering from any chron
ic disease and want to get cured, why you should take his treatment.
DR. WALSH CURES
Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness,
weakness of men, failing memory,
mental delusions, or any other condi
tion due to nervous exhaustion.
Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Scrof
ula, Piles, Syphilis, Blood, Kidney,
Liver and Skin Diseases, quickly and
la a frequent cause of nervous and
physical decline. Why treat months
with others when we can positively
cure you in trom one to three treat
ments? ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.
dreds !ured by mail. Hours: 9 to
day, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
0" i M..ai
A5n rOUH wy5civ cuu
THE USE OF SHOWER BATfiS
Davis Block. Old 'Phone 1148. New
Not a. Mystery
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 ho mystery.
To the rare gift of healing has been
added the rarest opportunities and
training, and the cures of the great X-
Ray doctors are but the natural tri
umphs of their lives.
Dr. Horne wishes to emphasize the
fact that during the summer months
chronic diseases of whatever nature
ire 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.
DIUIORNE CURING THE SICK.
Each week, standing boldly out
from amidst the failures of others.
Dr. Horne publishes the names and
addresses of people cured, people well
known in the community, people
whose standing forbids the thought
of their lending their names to any
but an honest statement. The people
ask themselves, what does this mean,
and the answer impresses itself up
on them with a force that compels
conviction. Nothing but merit and
re-il conscientious work could pro
duce such results and make such a
record as this.
FREE X-RAY EXAMINATION
Dr. Horne never accepts a case
unless he knows to a certainty the
cause of the 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. Py his special Fluoroscopic at
tachment he is able to examine all
parts of the body and find 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, 49 SO, 51, 53, 54, 55 Mitchell &
Lynde Bldg., Rock Island, 111.
DR. 3. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chieago,
6t. Anthony's Hospital.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Is nature's remedy. When ecienttfl
cally applied it soothes, etrengther
and invigorates. Twenty years expe
rience has made Dr. Walsh a master
of this method of curing chronie dis
eases. Electricity is the most power
ful curative agent known in all dis
eases peculiar to women, nervous
exhaustion, rheumatism, neuralgia,
paralysis, constipation, nervo-ta dy-
pepsia, backache, headache, palpitav
tion of the heart, etc.
If you cannot call, write. Hun
12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.j Sun
You can see
them at our
112 West Seventeenth Bt.'
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