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2 THE ABGTJS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1903. , . ' ,
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND
A Paolfio Rallwsv Tlckeu
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1818 Second are
Due, or C, R. L P. depot
mfth avenue foot of Thirty-
first street Peoria branch depot, foot of
Vwsjtleth street. Prank H. Flumoaer, a P, A.
. BAST. ) WSSXL
Denver IJmtied A Omb..
Ft. Worth. Denver & K. C.
Davenport & Chicago
iOmaha A Minneapolis.... i
Colorado A Omaha
Des Moines A Omaha
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.
Pes Moines Kxprer
Bi. Paul A Mlaneavv '
Denver. Ft. Worth tZ. C.
tKansas City, 3t Joe A Calif .
IHock Island A Washington
Chicago A DesMofn
Book island A Brooklyn Ac
It 3:45 am
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It 1:10 pm
t 8:25 am
T -uu am
t 6:52 am
t 2:15 pm
t 2:16 pm
T t.iv am
t 8:25 pm
t 2 00 pm
it 7:10 am
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Omaha Des Moines..
jCwaar Rplds, Tipton
t 4:30 pm
- BOCK ISLAND ASD PHOBIA DIVISION.
, Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
tie trains start from main depot on Fifth
W A t.'M 1 - . 1
TRAINS. LSAVS. ABBIVS.
Peoria, Springfield. St. U
. I adlanapolla. Cincinnati. -o am B 5o pm
Peoria Express fJO pm
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln
elsnatl, Bloomlngton.... tt:ls am
Cable A Sherrard Aocom. 15:45 am t ) 1 :3S am
Cable Wberrard aacom I a t7:f & pm
Arrival, t Departure JDaUy, except Sun
day. Phone West 1083, West 1422.
rf-HTf!ACJO. BITRL1NUTUN A
'fTVr'f Qalncy Depot Second
iHHM4l'!l avenue and Twentieth street.
I i 1l. ' " M- J- YOUNG, Agent.
1 JUlUTf J FRANK A. HART
7:30 am fl:S am
t7 30 am it-M an
s7S6pm 7:10 pm
t7:25pm t7:10 pm
87:40 pm 7 00 am
t7:00 am t7:C0 pm
s7-00 am 7:W1 pm
k Louis, Springfield
tialesburg Peoria and
S iarling, Mendota and
St. Louis. Kansas City
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points in
D ibuque, CUnton, Ls
, Crosse, Bt. Paul, Minn,
and N. W......
CJnton, Dubuaue, &nd
Clinton and Intermediate
s. Stop at Bock Island 25 minutes for meals,
Dally. tDatly except Sunday.
J A St. Paul Railway.
R. L ft N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wuod,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Ttalnt for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
Via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
AU trains will oonneet at Savanna for points
act and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
New Kansas City Line
Ottumwa ana lnterme
Savanna and Chicago
All trains dallyexoept Sunday
- Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
mam connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at R-47 o m via Tow a side or the river
Through coachfR between Chicago and
Ottumwa on these trains.
ACME PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
F. R. HOPKINS. Agent
CARNIVAU 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 at 4 p. m. and
Sunday at 4:30 p. m. for Muscatine.
F, B, HOPKINS, Agent.
- Both phones. Office toot Nineteenth street
- rwr Aitranrrx nuar m
For Clinton, Dubuque, La Crosse, St.
Paul and points between, steamer
"ew St. Paul, Sept. 10, at 10 a. m.
- For Muscatine, I'.urlingfton, Quincy,
St. Ixuis and points be-tween, steamer
Dubuque. Sept. 8, at 9 a. m.
GEORGE LAMOXT, Agt,
OfSce: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
rphoa' Old 1105, new 6105.
- .- . -.,,. , .. - il t
if only for a few days don't take
chances on liquors bought at ran
dom. Provide yourself with a
flask or bottle of goods of which
you know the quality. You know
quality is a prime factor with us
if vou don't know it you Mill if you
try our wines, whiskies ami bran
RETAIL LIQUOR STORK.
Market Square, cor.
Street and Third
If that old hat of your looks worn and
shiny. Take it to the .....
UNION HAT MAKER
224 Seventeenth St. Rock Island.
lie will make it look like new, Straw
and Panama hats cleaned and
Work Satisfactory Qr Js'o Charge.., r
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
iMtll on us before going elsewhere t3
wre can save vou money. We - use
nothing bat the best of material and
oar 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 Chen all others
have failed. Wo never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 2SC
Platinnm filling $Qq
Silver fillings S0c
Gold fillings, f 1 and up l.OO
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5.00
fid set oi teeth lor 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Bpeidel'i Drug Stor.
Queen and Crescent
To points in
ALABAMA, FLORIDA, GEORGIA,
KORTH AND bOUTII 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
River Gateways and intermediate
For information about rates, etc.;
call on your nearest ticket agent, or
write c '
J. S. McCDLLOUGH,
N. W. P. A., 225 Dearborn St.
For information about farm lands,
business locations, etc., write
T. B. THACK3TON,
Traveling Agent, Land & Indus Dept.
225 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111
C. R. ALLEN,
A. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo.
DON'T B'E -F6b LED!
Talcs ths cenulos, riglnal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Msde only by Madison Msdl
cine Co., Msdisoa, Wis. II
keeps y oi well. Our trsds
mark ut en cscb package.
Pries, 35 cents. Nsvsr o4
In bulk. Accept ao substt
tuta. Ass; your sriidut.
WILLOW BARKPor "?
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands, has Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
Trass Is Mr u si sis. IMWVBK9. U
1 1 i ii i ii 1 1 1
A special meeting of the Elks was
held last night in their rooms at Sec
onal and-Brady streets. The meeting
had been called for the purpose of
considering- the repairing of the pres
ent quarters, and through the cour
tesy of Mr. Rcimers, who owns tne
building, the rooms will be remodeled
some time this month.
Davenport is to have a new gun club
in the near future and there are al
ready over forty members to the or
ganization. The club was organized
at a meeting held in Eichner's hall and
temporary officers were elected as
follows: President, Henry Eichner;
vice president, Dr. O. C. Rodgers; sec
retary, John A. Reading; treasurer,
Mert K. Bowling. The charter will
be left open until Nov. 1 to allow oth
ers to come into the club. The shoots
will be held at Eichner's place on the
Rockingham road and the first one
will take place Friday, Sept. IS.
Another injunction restraining the
John U. May company from laying
their tracks across the river road
was issued yesterday afternoon at 3
o'clock by Judge Wolf at the request
of the town of Bettendorf. This in
junction is broader in its action than
the one granted Sunday morning by
Jui'ge Bollinger and practically clears
the way for the entrance ;f the 1. & I.
into the town of Bettendorf. The ap
plication for the injunction was made
by the town of Bettendorf and signed
by Ed Robeso'n, mayor of the town.
A bond of $5(H) was tiled by the town
for the issuance of the injunction.
II . E. Harkert, of -.'(XJO Claussen
street, sustained severe injuries yes
terday from the falling of u large
timber, which struck him in the head
and rendered him unconscious. The
accident occurred at -the glucose
works, where he is employed. The
extent of his injuries are unknown,
although they are thought to be seri
ous, but it is not believed that they
will be fatal.
George Ockerhausen, an employe of
the American Cracker company, while
at his duties yesterday was caught in
a rapidly moving machine and sus
tained injuries to his right arm which
will incapacitate him for some time.
Mr. Ockerhausen has been employed
at the factory for 23 years and is
considered one of the most experi
enced men in the employ of the firm.
The accident of which he was a vic
tim was a peculiar one. His arm was
caught in the machine and before aid
could reach him the flesh from the
member had been torn off and a num
ber of bodv bruises sustained.
Tht alumni of St. Luke's and Mercy
hospitals held a meeting last nijjht at
the rooms of the Lend-a-IIand club
on Second street and perfected an or
ganization to be known as the (lrndk
uate Nurses Assoriat ion of Daven
port. There are 12 charter members
in the new associat ion and it is ex
pected that a great many more mem
Ihts wil be added in a short time. A
constitution was drawn up by a com
mittee appointed for that purpose
and accepted by the association. The
following officers were elected: Pres
ident. Clara Caine, St. Luke's hospi
tal; vice president, Anna Quinn. Mer
cy hospital; secretary, Mary E.James.
Mercy hospital; treasurer. Matilda
Hinrichsen, St. Luke's hospital.
At 6 o'clock last evening, at her
residence. 103:5 West Sixth street, oc
curred the death of Mrs. Catherina
Schroeder (nee Waller), after a year's
illness. Deceased was born in Schles-wig-Holstein,
-Germany, and came to
America when 17 years of age. In
March, 187.1, she married Getlef
Sehroeder at Maysville, Iowa. The
survivors are four daughters. Miss
Clara, Mrs. Mary Finian, Miss Rose
and Mrs. Emma Kempther, one broth
er in Tama county, another in the old
country, and two sisters, Mrs. H. Ack
erman and Mrs. H. Meyer. The fu
neral will le held from the late home
at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon with
interment in Oakdale cemetery.
At Mercy hospital Tuesday after
noon occurred the death of Mrs. Eliza
M. Pieper. The survivors are her
husband, Robert Pieper, and five chil
dren, Ella, Millie, Lillie, Robert and
Olga. The funeral w ill be held Thurs
day afternoon from her late home,
The First Pill
the biggest seller in the world !
Why ? Because the best to cure
Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick
Headache and all troubles from
Disordered Stomach is
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c. and 25c
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
rvrtylsht Tbonsand DolUra- "Pid
tor Jl'eney Let of Tobaceo.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West by s
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis. Peoria
III., for his celebrated Single Binder
cigar, a written guarantee waa given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
selected tobacco. This, no doubt,
makes the Lewis factory the lareest
holder in the United Btates of tobacco
of bo high a grading. iferaldTran.
tcript, Dec, Sl 1909, --, .
2132 Eddy street, with interment at
IN THE SUBURBS.
Bowling, tk-pt. 0. Pleasant Ridge
school opened Labor day, Sept. 7.
Miss Alice Williams, of Sears, is
visiting with Miss (Jottard.
Mr. and Mrs. Brutus Sstarkey and
son Willie, who have been visiting with
friends, returned to Nebraska.
Miss Nettie Wangelin. of Rock Isl
and, is visiting with Mrs. David Wal
ker. Walter Tompkins and Miss Lottie
Rhodes Sundayed with Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Ellis.
Mrs. Austin (Jottard and daugh
ter Meril, and Miss Alice Williams,
visited with Mrs. C. B. Ellis.
Mrs. Waite was badlj' hurt in a run
Andalusia. Sept. '.). Miss Sylvia
Phillips visited friends in Edgington
last wek. :
James West ha v. of Rock Island.
spent Sunday here with his family.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
lsriugeford, hept. 3, a daughter.
Stuart Moore, of Rock Island, visit
Ci'l his brother, Uilpin Moore, last
Mr. and Mrs. Norris, of Rock Island,
were recent visitors at Samuel
Charles Dollarhide and wife, of Dav
enport, arc here visiting relatives.
Nelson tJliot. of Marston, was call
ing on old friends here Tuesday.
Miss Blanche Hayes spent last week
at Tavlor Ridge with her friend, Daisy
The Misses Rachel and Floss Anth
ony returned to their home in Rock
Jsland Sunilay morning after a visit
Jacob Burkett and daughter Anna,
moved to Hock Island, where they ex
pect to reit'e this winter.
The Misses Lulu and Inez Richard-
son visited relatives near Marston the
first of the week.
Alex Irwin has lecently had his
house painted, which improves its ap
pearance very much.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tarmenter and
little daughter, of (iilman. Iowa, ar
rived Monday to visit relatives and
r ?i twl lr; Vnid Miwllpr tin
down from Rock Island Sunday even
ing. Mr. Mosher returning .Monday.
Mrs. Mosher will spend! the week with
NEWS IN OUTLI NE
Senator Clr.rk, of Montana,' has ar
rived at New York from Europe.
In Homburg and ks vicinity 200 per
sons arc suffering from trichinosis.
Arrangements have leen made for
the return of President Roosevelt and
family to Washington n Sept. 28.
Snow fell heavily at Butte, Mont.,
and the thermoui'Jcr has dropied to 50
P. I Al Leighley has len appointed
receiver of the United Cereal company,
President Harper, of the University
of Cliicago. hns succeeded In securing
from the sultan the right to explore the
ruins of Babylon.
Fifty people were Injured by a wind
storm at Anthony. Kan., which blew
down John Robinson's circus tent.
Clarem-e Meyrr, 11 years old, is
missing from his home at Chicago.
The candy makers at Chicago are
on a strike for higher wages.
The story that Mrs. Graeme Hunter,
of Glasgow, will challenge for the
American's cup Is denied. .
The Prltlsh Trades Union congress
has declared against Chamberlain's
Patrick P. Conklin, a wife murderer,
was put to death In the electric cbalr
In Sing Sing prison.
Advertised Letter Ust No. 36.
The following is the list of adver
tised letters remaining uncalled for
in the Rock Island postoffice for the
week ending Sept. 5, HUM: Granville F.
Austin, (!ns Bellhart, Verm Conrad,
Charley Corley. Mrs. Ilattie Dickinson,
Miss Etta Dunkle, Robert G. Evey,
Mrs. Myrtle Forder, Charles Jones,
Odd Louck, George P. I.ee, E. H. Lud
wig, Benjamin Lowenmeyer, Etlson
McClellan, George M. Mattoon, Mrs.
Kattie McGill, William Miller, Mrs.
William Nesbitt, Gas O'Day, Mrs. Lucy
Purington, Joe Palmer, Homer Pfen
ninger, Mrs. L. E. Purington, George
V. Redgers, George Sullivan, Orion
Stone, Miss Niro Snow, Roy Shaw,
Edwardi C. Sherman, Edward Smith, Al
Thompson, William Walters, Miss
Ruth E. Weil, Mrs, Dora Wolkitt. Mrs.
Clara Wright. Foreign: Anna Nelson.
T. H. THOMAS, P. M.
When the quantity of food taken is
too large or the quality too rich, sour
stomach is likely to follow, and es
pecially so if the digestion has been
weakened by constipation. Eat slow
ly and not too freely of easily digest
ed food. ' Masticate the food thor
oughly. Let five hours1 elapse be
tween meals, and when you feel a full
ness and weight in the region of the
stomach after eating, take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
the sour stomach may be avoided.
For sale by all druggists.
When troubled with constipation
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. ' They are easy to take and
produce no griping or other unpleas
ant effect. For sale by all druggists
Avoid serious results of kidney or
bladder disorder by taking Foley's
Kidney Cure. All druggists.
Miss Minnie Chinlund became the
bride of (Just A. Eastberg at an in
teresting nuptial event at the home oi
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C .A.
Chinlund, of 419 Fifth avenue. The
ceremony was performed at high
noon Minday by Rev. C. E. lloffsten,
of t.race Lutheran church, and 300
friends and "relatives were gathered
about them to extend hearty congrat
ulations over the union.
Coroner Eckhart yesterday held; an
inquest over the remains of Rene Mar
tin, who was killed Monday while
coasting down the Tenth street hill
on his bicycle. The jury's verdict
was that the fatality was the result
of an accident and no blame was at
tached to the driver of the wagon.
Andrew P. Peterson died at 0 p. m.
Sunday of cancer of the stomach with
which he had been a sufferer for up
ward of a year. Mr. Peterson was
born in Sweden April 10. 1S3'J. He lo
cated in Moline in 18S0, and1 during
the greater part of his life here had
followed the occupation of teamster.
Treasurer Enil Coleman, of the In
dustrial Home association's Labor
day committee, estimates that the
profits of the association from this
year's celebration will net the asso
ciation between $sM) and .1.000, to be
applied to the building debt.
Frank W. Sollo and Miss Josephine
Frances Krone, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry T. Krone, 555 Nineteenth
avenue, were married at 8 o'clock
Tuesday morning in St. Mary's
church. Father Kelly celebrating nup
Henry Langbehn has returned from
the national convention of master
bakers at Philadelphia, and he brings
word of important changes that have
been adopted that affect the public
Chief among these is that the bakers
will no longer exchange good's fr in
day to day with the mechants thai
handle their bread and other supplies
Hereafter the merchants must deal
with the bakers as they do with the
garden produce and fruit men and
must buy only the supply necessary
and no goods will be taken back. The
matter of a raise in prices was left
to state and local associations. The
Illinois ttate association meets this
month and the signs are it will raise
the price of bread at least one cent
and the price of cakes, etc.. from one
to two cents. The raise is said to be
necessary owing to the cost of raw
material and the extra expense of
paying union labor.
liny Ray Frizzelle and Miss Emma
Electa Halev were married at Gtod
o'clock Monday evening at the home
of Presiding Elder J. W. Fri.elle. un
cle of the groom, in Rock Island. A
simple wedding ceremony was per
formed, and the only attendants at
the nuptials were Mrs. Electa S. Ha
ley, mother of the bride, and Mrs. 11.
O. Sleight, aunt of the groom. Mr.
Frizzelle and his briile left at once
for their new home in Kewanee,
where the groom is employed in the
office of the Western Tule works.
Mrs. Nathan Irving died at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. William Wal
ters, 14-20 Twenty-sixth avenue, at 3:40
this morning from paralysis, after a
lingering illness. Her maiden name
was Jennie Maxwell. She was born
in Moline in August. 1S4S. She is sur
vived by her husband, son and daugh
ter. Swedish Olive lodge. No. 5S;5. I. O.
O. F., elected the following ofHcers
last evening, also deciding to hold a
public installation the second Monday
in October for members and their
families, each member having the
privilege of inviting a friend: Noble
grand, utto . rorsnerg; vice grand
John 11. Brown; recording secretary.
J. A. Swanson.
Mrs. Anna A. McCandless died at
the home of her son. Lou McCandless.
at 135 'a Fourth avenue, at 4 p. m
Monday. She was 511 years of age.
The remains were sent to Keokuk to
be interred beside those of her hus
band, who died several years ago.
SOFT, GLOSSY HAIR.
It Can Only be Had Where There Is No
Any man or woman who wants soft,
glossy hair must be free of dandruff.
which causes falling hair. Since it
has become known that dandruff is a
germ disease, the old hair prepara
tions that were mostly scalp irritants
have been abandoned and the public,
barbers and doctors included, have
taken to using Newbro's Herpieide,
the only hair preparation that kills
the dandruff germ. E. Iodd, Dickin
son, N. D.. says: "Herpieide not only
cleanses the scalp from dandruff and
prevents the hair falling out, but pr
motes a new growth. Herpieide keeps
my hair very glossy. Sold by leuding
druggists. Send 10 cents in stamps
for sample to the Herpieide company.
Detroit, Mich. For sale by T. II
Distress After Katioa Cared.
Judge W. T. Holland, of Greensburg,
La., who is well and favorably known,
says: Two years ago I suffered great
ly from indigestion. After eating,
great distress would invariably result
lasting for an hour or so. and mv
nights were restless. I concluded to
try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured
me entirely. Now my sleep is re
freshing and digestion perfect."
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Reiss drug store, corner Seveath
avenue and Twenty-seventh street
11 the blood is ia good condition at the 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 building up thq
blood and strengthening the wealc
places in your 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 is sure to bring a reaction,
and the poisonous matter in the blood
and system 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 3'ou need it most.
S. S. S. improves the digestion and
tones tip the Stomach, and you are not
continual' haunted by the fear of
indigestit . 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 63'Stem well fortified
and the blood iu a normal, healthy condition. It is5 the polluted, sluggish
blood that invite3 disease germs, microbes and poisons of every kind and
bring on a long train of spring and summer ailments, break down the con
stitution, and produce weakness, lassitude, and other debilitating disorders.
Eczema, Acne, Nettle-rash, Poison Oak and Ivy, and other irritating skiu
troubles are sure to make their appearance unless the humous and poisons
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 forourbookon "The Bloodand
Its Diseases. ' JHE S WIFT SPECIFIC CO., A TLANTA, GAm
Supreme Deputy of the
No. 477 Beaubien
Mich., is a prom
inent woman who was
greatly benefited by the
grreat worn an ' s m edic i ne ,
Wine of Cardui. Mrs.
McDonald is the supreme
deputy of the Maccabees
of the World, and one of
the most widely known
women in the United
States. Thousands of women gather to
hear her lecture everywhere she goes.
The great work 6he has done for the
Maccabees is appreciated by every
member of the order. She was so ab
sorbed in her work that she neglected
to give her health proper care failed
to tak3 warning that the symptoms of
approaching kidney trouble gave her,
the sallow complexion and torpid liver.
But Wine of Cardui cured her the same
as it has cured thousands of others and
Mrs. McDonald has written this letter in
order that other suffering women may
secure from Wine of Cardui the same
relief she got from it.
"For four year I suffered with torpid
liver until my skin looked yellow and dull.
I then found my kidneys were affected and
had severe pains across my back, and I felt
WINE of CARD
Mrs. Ida McDonald.
The Secret of How to Obtain
U found in Dr. Walsh's successful treatment for thronie, nervous and pri
vate diseases of both sexes. Thousands -who were afflicted with chronifl
diseases and who failed to find relief elsewhere have 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 aje 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
nla, Piles, Syphilis, Blood, Kidney,
Liver and Skin Diseases, quickly and
Is a frequent cause of nervous and
physical deeline. Why treat months
with others when we can positively
cure you in irom one to three treat
ments? ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN
dreds cured by mail. Hours: 9 to
day, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough Building:, 124 West Third Street
DK. J. E. WALSH,
SN. J0toM sstpdLftfl9 s4atf J-SsV.C SsKlst
HORRIBLY AFFLICTED WITH BOILS,
X had a horrible
attack of bolU
that broke out all
over my body and
from which X
could get no pos
eible relief unti
X toe can. taking;
and from my ex
perienoe I can
safely say S. 8. 8.
is the best blood
purifier in the world.
Sirs. 21. P. BMYTHER8,
THE BEST TONIC AND APPETIZER,
"While living" In Sherman, Tex., I be
came a. victim of impure, watery
blood. " X ran down iu appetite an4
energy; was scarcely able to get
about and bad to stop off and rest
occasionally. X took S. S. S. and be-g-an
to improve at once, and alter a
thorough course became strong- and
I think S. B. 8. the best medicine X
ever used as an appetizer and tr ent
eral tonic. J. O. SCOTT,
811 Railroad street, Home, Ok
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
through the hot, sultry months and
Maccabees of the World.
that I must do something
to regain my health. A
friend advocated your Wine
of Cardui treatment so
strongly that I decided to
try it, although I had little
faith in patent medicines.
I am now very thankful that
I did so, for within ten days
blessed relief came to me,
and in- less than three
months I was cured, and
have enioved fine health
ever since. I know there is nothing better
for a sick woman who wishes to enjoy per
fect health and am very pleased to give my
No suffering woman can afford to
ipnore such a Tetter as Mrs. McDonald
writes. Her plans and advice have
proved valuable in building-up one of
the greatest women's organizations iu
the United States and she takes time to
give advice which she knows will help
Do not delay in securing this medi
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everything to lose by delay. The choice
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of Wine of Cardui as well as 25c pack
ages of Thedford's Black-Draught.
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
Bt. Anthony's Hospital.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Ia nature's remedy. When ssientll
cally applied it soothes, strengthen
and invigorates. Twenty years' expe
rience has made Dr. Walsh a master
of this method of curing chronic dis
eases. Electricity is the most power
ful curative agent known in all dis
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exhaustion, rheumatism, neuralgia,
paralysis, constipation, nervons dys
pepsia, .backache, headache, palpita
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