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delicious in flavor and aroma as the best coffeevery different
in its effect upon the health. Mocon tempts the appetite, feeds the
nerves, produce? healthy digestion
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You will not miss coitee it you wm umiry muwu.
Man's best drink Ask your grocer,
-j?. Write for a trial package. FREE.
Central City Cereal Coffee Company, Peoria, WK II. SA,
Wan f RTftEtW' OClDJk.
V APacUic Hallway Ticset
can be purchased at Cltj
Ticket office. 1811 Second are
nue, or O, a I 4P. depo
Fltth avenue foot ot Thirty-
. fm street
Twe ttietb street. Freak H. Ptummer, O. F. A.
J) njTef Untiled 4 0mb..
F Worth, Denver A. K. C.
r maba A Minneapolis....
C dorado & Omaha
D Moines A Omaha......
D mver, Lincoln & Omaha.
V Moines Bxprer- . . -
. Ht Paul ft Mlcneafr t
Uenrer. Ft. Worth ft C.
tRocn Island ft Washington
- f ni.iiTn a riMMnineo.. ....
t 8:45 am
t 5:30 an;
t 6:45 am
t 7:60 aoc
t 1:10 pm
t 7.oo pm
t 8:00 am
t 9:25 am
t 8:00 am
t 6:62 am
t 7:iu am
t 8:25 pm
t 9.0U pm
t 7:10 am
T B:i3 pm
Kock Island ft Brooklyn Ac
Omaha ft Des Moines
tCedar iUplds, Tipton ...
t 6:00 pm
l y:iu am
It 4-80 pm
BOOK ISLAND 1KD PBOSIA DIV18IOH,
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Mam
bo trains tart from main depot on nith
avenue 6 minutes in aavance oi
- TRAINS. L1ATI. AgBITI.
Peotfa. Springfield. St. I.
Tndti.napolls. Cincinnati. ' 9 65 pm
Peoria Express 7:20 pir
Ptorta, Indianapolis. Cln ..--,
olncatL Bloowlngton.... tll. am
0.o. ft fiherrard Acoom. t5:45 am H:S am
Crti ft Wherrnrd ecom tao nir t7'6lm
ArrlvaL tDeprture ipaUy. except Sun
ay. Pbone Went 10M. West 1433.
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON ft
Qulncy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. X YOTJNG. Acenw
FRANK A. HART,
St. Louis, Sprlngdeld
Galeaburg, Peoria and
B .erUnf. MemJoia and
St. Louis, Kansas C'ty,
Denver, and. Faciao
Sterling and points In
DibuQue, Clinton, La
Crosse, Si Paul, Minn-
Cilntoa, Dubuque, and
CUnton and Intermediate
7:30 am am
f7 30 am tO:S6 am
sT:Z9 pm 1:10 pm
t79pm t7:10 pm
7:40 pm 00 am
7:00 am t7:00 pm
87:00 am 7J0 pm
Dally. tDatly except Suhday.
Telephone HBOv .. ".
1 Mw a Duit I7.!lvav n .
R. I. ft N. W. passenger sta-
C 37-P!'M . . eenk All trsiis will connect
. ' . .j lferDCb. UQUIRO T - " ve
at Savanna fjr points ea
. and west.
. TKAINS DEPABT "
auntnn niihiimif. St. Pa.ul. Chiaairo
' anil Milwaukee 1 00 a m
."Muscatine, Ottumw.. Wasbingtcn-- 8:Sp.m
Fulton, Savanna and Dubuque. .. n. .. 3pm
Clinton, Dubuque snd Sv Pul 3 45pm
Omaha. Sioux City, Ch'cag apd Mil-
waukee 4 58 p.m
Maquoketa, Omaha and Clinton 3:15 p m
Xall except Sunday.
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Oxford Juncllon and jioniloello 11:40 a.m
MtQ'ioketa and Omaha 11:40 s.m
St. Paul. Dubuque and Clinton 1 1 .40 a m
St Paul, V Uon and Savanna 11:50 am
Chicago and Fulton 2:33 pm
Ottumwa and Mueatine 4:58 pm
Chicago, Milwaukee, Dubuque acd St.
AD trains dally except Sunday
rA CME 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
' Steamer Helen Blalr-For Muscatine, Bnr
Ungton and all intermediate points Mon
day. Wednesday and Friday av 4 p.m. and
Sunday at 4:30 p. m for Muscatine.
F. R. HOPKINS. Agent.
Both phones. Office loot Nineteenth street
For Clinton, Dubuqne, La Crosse, St.
Paul and points between,- steamer
New St. Paul, Sept. 10, at10 a. m.
z- For Muscatine, Burlington, Quincy,
St. Louis and points between, steamer
IXibuque, Sept. 8, at 9 a. m.
GEORGE LAMONT, Agrt.
. Ofliee: 115 Seventeenth, street. Tel
phoMt Old 1105, new 6105.
phinc c Tobacco
Habits, Purely vesetabts treatment;
- has cured thousands, has injured none,
incorporated under the law of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years
' - : WILLOW BARK CO.,
Coffee Makes Cowards.
Coffee drinkers are afraid to "give up coffee
afraid they can't get through the morn
ing." Exhausted nerves, ."weak stomach,
rnental sluggishness is the price paid for that
.kind of cowardice.. . Easy to stop coffee
when you can begin on
Ml 1 l J
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save . vou money. VV e use
nothing bnt 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 teelh call and ae our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to tit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We. never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 2SC
Platinum filling . . RQc
Silvar fillings , . , SOC
Golc? fillings, f 1 and up 1,00
GolcPcrowns, 4 to 5 4, QQ
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5.00
115 set of teeth for 1000
Permanent location , 5 ..
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Dru Stor.
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it.
It is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, elean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your're not paving for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The coal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk aa loudly as a earload.
E. G. FRAZEP
Telephone 1131. .
JOHN VOLK & CO.,
Also Manufacturers of Sash. Doors,
Blind and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All
lagle and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, iSeveiea
Plate and Art Glass.
111 AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STREET.
BOCK ISLAND, ..... '
t i TO THE .
I SOUTH. SOUTHEAST
ONE WAV AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS 0 SALB
FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OP EACH A0Tlf
Dlrpcf coontetiofi at Clocliintil from all fiuta ;
NORTH, EAST AND WEST,
. WRITE FOR RATES.
A. S'ECKIiZlB, IT. T. A CTJcaeo,13L
I).P.BBOWN.N. E.P.A. Itroit. iTucll.
V7. W. UTJNJfAVANT. TJP-A-. Warren.Q
CHAS. ZELL, . P. A. Cincinnati, f
w. u. tuM tan Ktujt, .yincumati.
The Iowa Citizen Bays Jp'R.VBerry,
who has returned to Iowa City,' states
that satisfactory arrangement have
been made for the sale pf r,3W,ouu oi
bonds of the Iowa: City Davenpor
Klectrie raihvay. lie wished to ton-,
suit the local parties a to some of
the details not yet settled. Col. Spen-.
cer, who made the preliminary recon-
noissance for the line, .. will have
charge of the permanent locating1 and
will be in the city for that purpose
with his corps of engineers next
week" The gentlemen: with the comi
pany, as one reason for delay, have
sought to ayoid inconveniencing the
farmers by reason of surveying work
while crops were growing, and now
that harvest is about cropleted the
difficulty has been overcome, it being"
the desire of the gentlemen connected
with the movement to promote so far
as possible a friendly feeling all ajong
At the regular meeting of the tchooj
board held Monthly afternoon, Set re
tary MeCollister presented the report
f his recent canvass of the city rela
tive to the school census. This report
shows 12.(K)." children between the
ages of 5. and 21 years to reside in the
city. Of this number 5,6T are males
and 6,038 are females, being an in
crease of 264 over the census of the
preceding year. The children between
the ages of T apd 14 years residing in
the city number 6,053, divided into
3.024 male and 3,029 females. Huper-
intendent Young's report showed the
enrollment in the public schools' at
the present time to be a total of 6,373
scholars, beinir an increase, of 114
over that of last year.
(Jeorce S. Morrow, for years a
switchman in the employ of the C.-lt
& l road, had his arro pincned
while making a coupling ou Fourth
and Division streets yesterday after
noon. The ambulance took him to
Dr. Middleton's office, and thence to
his home at 703 Farnam street. His
injury is not a serious one.
The Plasterers' union. No. -28, at
their meetinir in Union hall transacted
miscellaneous business and installed
their new officers. The following is
the roster of new officers ti serve the
union: President, Frank Foster;
vice president, John Jack; recording
secretary, James Hughe; Nnancmi
secretary, Charles Armstrong; treas
urer, Gould Murray,
The Salvation Army has secured the
old Ned Lee Mission hall and will oc
cupy it as a permanent home soon
The building is being repapered and
repainted ami will be put in first class
shape. The work will take several
days to complete and the building will
be rcailj- for use Oct. 1.
Linsey Pitts, the well-known color
ed merchant and king' of Kast tifth
street, who conducts a barber shop,
saloon and restaurant upon that
thoroughfare known as African Row
between llrady and Perry streets, was
a target Monday evening for. design
ing. .thieves, who some time past mid
night; entered his place of business
and made away with the cash register
containing $5.95 in addition to severa
dozen nickel plated knives and for);
The cash rerister. with the bottom
broken through, was found yesterdav
in the alley adjoining Mr. Pitts' place
of business. The thieves after secur
ing the machine, had procured-
heavy stone, with which they broke
it open, and after rifling the contents
disappeared. In their haste, however
they overlooked $2.30 which was found
still remaining in the broken cas
register when discovered.
At.. Miller's hotel, where he had
been employed as a clerk by Carsten
Christiansen, the death of Carl Druehl
occurred Monday afternoon at the
uere of 69 years. Deceased was born
in Mecklenbursr, Schwerin,' in 1834
and came to Davenport in 1855. For
time he operated a grocery on the
present site of the Stetfcn building',
and later moved tti a farm in Iletten
dorf. There survive him Jhree sons
Carl, Frank and Edward Druehl, am
three daughters: Mrs. Ida Scliaeffer,
Mrs. Elizabeth Garner and Mrs. Louise
Wermount. The- funeral was held a
2 o'clock this nfternoon fvotn the
Kunsre undertaking1 parlors,- with in
terment at Fairmount cemetery.
At the home of her son-in-law
James L. Manker, 1936 Grand avenue
A Reliable Renrjedy,
proved by thousands of suf
, f erers to be . . . unequaled v for
dispelling .disorders of the
stomach and liver, is
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c and 2Se
IMMENSE TOBACCO PUiXHASE.
rorty-Elht ThoKMad Xtollatv TwA
tor a Fancy JLot f Tqbfeeo.. ,
The biggest purchase of high grade
looacco ever made m the West by a
cigar ; manafacturer wan' --made last
Wednesday bv Frank P: Lewis. Peoria
111., for his celebrated Single Cinder
cigar. '-A -written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
elected tobacco. This, -no doubt,
makes the Lewi 'factors the- la re est
holder in the .United States of tobacco
or o high gi&aing.4feraldTran.
at shortly after 9 o'clock yesterday
morning, occurred the death of Mrs.
Margaret J.. (iilliland, a native, of
Charleston.' Jnd in the 62nd year of
her age. Deceased had resided here
with her daughter, Jennie O. Manker,
wife-of James L.- Manker, of the T. W
McClelland company, for the past
four years, and her death-was due tu
old ace.? The funeral took place at
o'clock-this afternoon : from the
Manker home, 1936 Grand .avenue, Dr.
J. B. Donaldson .conducting the serv
ice.. The burial will take place at
News of the death of Itoderick Iose
has been heard here with sincere sor
row by the many friends and admir
ers of that former Davenport citizen.
Mr. Itose'died at his home at James-
own, N, D the afternoon of Thurs
day,' Kept. 10. His illness lasted sev
eral weeks, an ailment of the hearts
and was very painful. He was buried
at Jamestown the following Sunday,
with services that were highly im
presidve because of the manner in
Which the bar and the citizenship
generally manifested sorrow in at
tendance. Mr. Hose was for years a
pcorainent man in this city.
Tired of leading' a life of sin and
despondent over her. struggle '-for exi
stence, (irace Nelson attempted to
take her own life last nipht at J0:3fl
and drank the contents of a bottle of
chloroform in her rooin in the Putnam
building. After she had taken the
Iquid she laid down on the bed,
but in a few minutes her struggles
aroused the attention of other ocen
palits of the building and they went
to-her room. As soon as they found
out the trouble they telephoned to the
police station and Officer Thelan was
sent to the room. Dr. O. P. Snla.who
lives in the Putnam building, was noti
fied and he hurried to the room and
after some time succeeded in plnclng
the girl out of danger. The tale ofthe
girl is the usual one of a fallen wo
man, one rash act leading to another.
till wearied and tired of her life and
pick of the world and its sin she de
termined to take her life.
George. Lee and William Gannon are
nt the police station on suspicion of
stealing a edat from a man named
nailey. The coat ' was taken some.
time yesterday morning at Front aad
l'errv' streets and Lee and; Gannon
were seen to be surreptitiously carry
ing a large bundle and went to ltock
Island on the Winona, returning later
on the ferry minus the bundle. They
were arrested on suspicion and' are
being held pending an investigation.
The question, who killed Leo Lim
popoolis. is still a mystery. Coroner
Lambach does not know, Oscar Wiley
and his wife, both of whom were on
the scene and who were participants
in the striifftrle which led up to thQ
death blow delivered the unfortunate
Greek, do not know, and in conse
quence of this the eoroner's jury last
cvenincr. after -'deliberntinir on'-' the
case, rendered a verdict which exon
crates II. John. Montgomery from any
cuilt. The" evidence offered showed
almost conclusively'' that Montgomery
did not-strike the fatal blow, it goes
further -than this, and shows that
there was not ?the "slightest "motive
which could have prompted Montgom
ery -to the commission-of the crime
In the midst of a melee, 'in which
there .were no less than sis person
interested and all more or less active
in which bricks, clubs and knives are
alleged to have been need, some per
son. to the coroner's jury unknown
crept quietly to the scene of action
and dealt a blow to the hapless Greek
which laid him cold on the brick pave
ment of the alley on Seott street, be
tween Third and Fourth, and from
which blow he never recovered.
IN THE JSUBURBS.
Andalusia, Sept. 2& Tom Cole at
tended the Woodmen picnic at lllinoi
Citj1 Satiirday. V
D. I Finley and family, of Keynolds
are visiting relatives. .
(. K. Spickler and family spent Sun
day with relatives near Taylor Kidge
v Mr.' and "Mrs-. Rav Tarmrnter and
baby 'departed for their home at Gil
man, Iowa, Monday.
J. C. P.urgoyne and wife attendee"
the Aledo fair last week. -
Mrs. James Wesbay and children
visited relatives in Kock Island from
Friday until Sunday evening.
Miss Sylvia rhillips spent last week
nt Kdgington with friends.
Laura Smith, of Hock Islaud, visit
efl friends here fast week..
Mrs. Ada Martin, of Illinois Citj'
visited her father. James Hill, the
first of the week. . .
5 Mrs,-James Robertson and son, r
Davenport, are visitintr at J. C. Bur-
The' ladies of the M E. society me
at the church Wednesday, of thi
week to put -down the new carpet
purchased some time ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mosher,-lnte o
Rock Island, moved to Central City
last week, where they expect to reside
Last Saturday-a number; of little
folks attended a birthday party at the
hom of Alice Kruse given in honor o
her eichth birthday anniversary; Miss
Alice received a number of nice gifts
Refreshments were served at 5 o'clock
after which the little guests departed
for. their homes. -. - , -
Yrmt Swollea to Iintnsnte 8I.
T had-kidney treuble so bad," say
J. J. Cox. of Valley View.-Ky., "that
I could not work, my feet were swol
Jen to immense size and I was connn
ed to niy.bed and physicians were un
able to give me any relief. My- doe-
tor finally prescribed Foley's Kidne
Cure which made a well, roan of roe
Still another protective organization
has" been formed by Moline citizens
and this time it is the landlords who
own - properties ' to rent. This new
cpneern has been organized in a verj
quiet way and it is known as: the
Landlord's Protective association. The
rules of admission impose a fee of 5C
eats a year for every house that is
owned by-the applicant. As a member
he is under .obligation to rent no
house to any une who is rated , poor
pay in the Uetail Merchants' rating
book or the physicians rating list.
Eaeh member-is given 21 days i.a get
his renters out of the house who are
delinquent. After that he is subject
t a regular meeting of the city
council the request of the South Mo-
ine township commissioners in re
gard to providing a better watershed
or the road leading from tins citj- to
the Hock river bridge came up. The
plan i to attain this by digging a
ditch along the west side of the road
through the city property near the
river, and the council gave permission
or such work.
Manager White has arranged the
football schedule for the high school
for this season. Six games have been
booked, but there are still four open
dates. Toulon academy will be here
next Saturday. Games with Musca
tine, Roekford and other schools are
yet to be arranged. The schedule:
Sept. 26, Toulon at Moline; Oct. 3,
open; Oct. 10, Monmonth; Oct. 17,
open;' Oct. 24, Davenport at Daven
port;- Oct. 31, Clinton at Moline; Aov.
7; Monmouth at Moline; Nov. 4, Rock
Island at Rock Island; v. 21, open;
Xov. 20, open.
Members of . Emanuel ehurch at
Walker's station have decided to hold
a great bazaar in the Ling Boy's quar
ters on Second avenue; ov. 11, 12, la
and 14. It is proposed to make the
four nights a great event for it is the
aim of, the congregation to raise the
debt of $750 on the" church. The fol-
lowinsr chairmen were named: Re
freshments, T. E. Falk; advertising
and piocrram, S. O. Herklund; booths
and decorations, E. A. Dahlin; tickets,
ti. A. Anderson; soliciting, G. L.
Peterson. The' little church is growing
steadily and now has 30 members
Seven were taken in last Sunday, six
children baptized and a confirmation
class of six organized. v
- Report at the headquarters of the
moklers' union is to the effect that
Bert Malcom, one of the molders who
hns been on a strike at Barnard &
Lens,' has crone back to work. Mr
Mnlrolm has a risrht to exercise his
privilege of American citizenship, but
the men with whom he has oecn as
sociated for years in a brotherhood
of unionism denounce his actum in
The work 'of the Moline Improve
ment league, for this" season" is fast
drawing to a close "and the prizes ti
be awarded will be announced the lat
ter part of this month. This afternoon
at 3 o'clock there will be a meeting a
the home of Mrs. L. D. Dunn.' when the
ward committees will report the 're
suit - of the work f the inspectors
The' announcement of prize winners
will follow in a few days.
'. Louise Kail, little daughter of Mr
nml Mrs. Peter J. Kail, of 003 Six
teenth street, met with an aeciden
while romping with playmates nt the
Washington school about 11 o'clock
yesterday morning. She slipped whil
i-iiTininjT- and In " the fall struck her
head with, such force that she wn
rendered unconscious. Dr. F. II. Gard
ner was calle'd to attend her.
Moline lias lost Rev. James Iliggins
as pastor of St. Paul's A. M. E. church
here as a '-result of the asignment
made at the 'annual - conference o
Iowa nt Des Moines. Mr. Iliggins has
been nssiirtied- to Hdye Park in th
Chicago district, and Rev. W. A. Sear
cy comes to this city.
. r.. i goar Stomach.
When the quantity of food taken i
too large or the quality too rich, sour
stomach is likely to follow, and es
pecially- so if the digestion has been
wsnlcened br constipation, luat slow
lv and not tr-o freely of easily digest
ed food. Masticate the food thor
oughly.' Let five hour elapse be
tween meals, and when you feel a full
ness and weicht i the region of the
stomach after eatincr, take Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablet and
th witir stomach may be avoided
For sale by all druggists.
When troubled -with constipation
try Chamberlain Stomach and Liver
Tablets. -They are easy to laice anu
produce no cnping or other unpleas
ant effect. For sale by all druggists
' The Oenala ts. Counter ftt- '
The eenuine is always better thaa
a counterfeit, but thetrHth of this
statement is never more forcibly re
alized or" more - thoroughly apprecia
ted than when you compare the gen
nine DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve with
the many counterfeits and worthless
substitutes that are on the market
W. S. Ledbetter, of Shreveport, La
ayJ "After using numerous other
remedies without beoefit,.one box of
De Witt's Witch Hazel , Salve cured
me." For blind, bleeding; itching and
protruding piles no remedy is equal to
DeWIttti Witch liaiei waive.
- Sold- by ' 'Harper House pharmacy
A. J Reiss drug store, eoroer Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
news all the time Th
If so then your system is out of balance, and
there is a flaw somewhere in your constitution,
and, a possibility that you are losing health, too.
The failing off in weight may be slight, but it makes
a wonderful change in one's looks and feelings, and
unless the building up process is begun in time,
vitality, and strength are soon gone and health
quickly follows. If you are losing weight there is
a cause lor it. vour dioou is utia..uus ""
becoming tocrpoor to properly nourish the body, and it must be purified
and enriched before lost weight is regained. . It requires something, niQre
.i i .- : V... 1 r nno f Afhli crtttRtitiition. for utiles tlie -ofwma
ancj germs that are lurking in the blood are destroyed, they will further im
poverish the blooa ana weasen me system, &u.u, yuu luuuuuc iu uc wciguw
. xn o. o. o. win luuim jjuiujivb
not only builds tip wealc consnnixions,
but searches out and destroys germs
and poisons of every description anci
qp tif svstem of all imDuritieS.
thus laying the foundation for a
healthy, steady increase in weight
and future good health.
Food may be bountiful and the
anrtitr cmod. but still the system
weakens and we remain poor in flesh
- a a 1
unless what we eat is propeny algesics
and turned into rich, pure blood.
S. S. S. re-inforces the Stomach and
aids the digestion and assimilation of
food, and there i3 a rapid up-building
r i i iv. A atmnnlt fZ fZ f strta
o ucum ouu "-"6-; r,
promptly and beneneiauy upon ue nervous system, euengmras anu wnca
ft up, and relieves the strain by producing sound, refreshing sleep. You
can find no tonic so invigorating as S. S. S., and being composed exclusively
of roots and h,erba its use is attended with no bad effects. Old people will
6trong or well, and who are growing
:t. ,,ii foVA a rnnrsc nf S.
recognized everywhere as the leading
of all tonics. We cneeriuuy lurnisn
who will write us. TJIZ SWIFT
& 83,790,300 Bottles
This proves the world-wide popu
i larity of this famous brew.
The product of
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
Orders promptly tilled fcy .
A. D. HUESLNG, Wholesale Dealer, Kock Island.
An absolute cure for catarrh and ordinary Deafness; Syphilis
inid Private Diseases. I g-uarantee to cure Kupture, Tiles, Goiter.
Have you nervous, Stomach, Kidney, Uladder, Female, Liver, Kheu
matism or Blood Disease? If so, and yet curable, we will give you
that priceless blessing, health. Reference given, or consult our pa
tients. DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
Call upon him at once and find out what ails you' absolutely free of
t charge. If Dr. Home can cure you he will tell you so; if not lie will
ndvise you against spending-your money for useless treatments. Dr.
t Korne is an honest dtrctor, and will not take your case unless he
r can cure you. He is making some marvelous cures. Call at the ofliee
at once and receive his $10 X-KAY Examination absolutely FiJKE.
j The only condition is that you call before Sept. 19. Do not delay. A day
"ju or week may place you beyond help. Call at once and have a talk
T with the great physician expert in all chronic, nervous and spinal
J diseases of men and women.
! Dr. J. Alvin Home, D., a$y?.,e
Rooms 49, 50 and 51, Mitchell & Lynde Building, Kock Island, Illinois.
J " Hours: 9 to 12. 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, y to 11 a. ni.
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
IJlCOBPpKATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Cpltl Stock. S1OO.0OSW Foar Per Cent InUirwit Paid on Dwpoalta
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J Estates and property of all kinds are managed by thia oeparv
5 ment, whieh is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
under Wills. A4-
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T soiniatrator, Guardian and Conseryator of Estates. 5
5 ' Beeeiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General fnaaclftl $
J , ftgent for non-residents, women, inTalids and others. . -:. ; - J
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WONDERFUL GAIN IN WEIGHT.
Hunts ville. Ala.. Jan. 10, 1003.
Bom years ago xny general health
ETfl way; tny nervoni sytem was
shattered, and I could gt nothing to
do me any pood till X beg-att to use
8. S. 8. I commenced to improve at
once. My appetite became splendid,
and from 135 pounds I increased to
180. Z became well again, by taking
8. 8. 8. and would take no amount for
the good it did me. My health, la
now perfect, and I believe If every
body would take a bottle of 8. 8. 8.
occasionally, they would enjoy life
as I am doing. "W. L. WINSTON", j
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persons of delicate constitutions can
take S. S. S. with safety, as it does not
derange the Stomach like the strong
mineral remedies, but acts gently and
without any shock to the system Those
whose feelincs tell them - thev are not
thinner and falling below their usual
5?. 55. and build no aeain. S. S. S. is
blood purifier and the safest and best
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