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THE AUGHTS, MONDAY, :NOVEMnER 9, 11103.
No disease causes so much bodily discomfort, or itches, and burns like
Eczema. Beginning often with a slight redness of the skin it gradually
spreads, followed by pustules or blisters from which a gummy, sticky fluid
oozes which dries and scales off or forms bad looking sores and scabs. It ap-
fears on different parts of the body but oftenest upon the back, arms, hands,
egs and face, and is a - -
veritable torment at
times, especially at
Hiight or when over
heated. The cause of Ecze
ma is a too acid and
general unhealthy con
dition of the blood.
aide of my
and burning is pro- the disease since. W. P. BRUSH,
Ancfi Kir ihr overflow Manag-er Stockman's Advertising- Ag-ency.
Turn t ovf rUOW Station A, Kansas City, Mo.
thrSugh the glands and
pores of the skin of the fiery poisons with which the blood-current is over
thin acid blood and cleanses and builds up the general system, when the
Bkiri clears off and Eczema with all its terrifying symptoms disappears.
Send for our free book on the Skin and it3 diseases. No charge for
medical advice. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
MEN AND WOMEN. Wake Up!
Is Your Back Weak? Have You
Dragging Pains? Are You
Easily Tired? Have You Rheumatism?
Have uu lost the tire and strength of
youth? Are you growing old too soon?
if you have these symptoms or any
other sign of breaking down of your
nerves and vitality, you will tind new
life in electricity as applied accord
ing to my system. Dr. Home's treat
ment is made r you it is the best
way to use electricity. It pours a
gentle stream of life into the weak
ened parts. It refreshes the nerves.
expantls the vital powers, enriches the Services and X-Kay Examination
circulation-and makes you feel bright. Free,
active and vigorous. You get stronger each day and in a few weeks you
are a new man, stronger and younger in the tire of youth. It is grand,
this method of mine. Business men, professional men, ministers, athletes,
men of national renown, and every man in every walk of life who have ever
ised it are praising it. . . .
Are you suffering from physical and vital weakness, rheumatism, lame
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lumbago, paralysis, locomotor ataxia, constipation, throat troubles, poor
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gland, sleeplessness, epileptic fits, piles, neuralgia, kidney and liver trou
bles, spots floating before the eyes, palpitation of the heart, shortness of
breath, headache, shooting pains in the chest, back, hips and ankles? Have
you weak lungs or bronchial tubes, female weakness, leuchorrhoea
(whites), heart trouble, nervous exhaustion, or any evidence of breaking
down in man or woman? If so, there is quick relief and a permanent cure
in store for you at Dr. Home's llice.
Consultation free and confidential.
Dr. J. Alvin Home,
Rooms 49, 50 and 51, Mitchell & Lynde Building, Kock Island, Illinois.
Hours: - 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of materiel aid
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and txour
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.
: CLEANING FREE.
Cement filling3 2&C
Bone filling 25C
Platinum filling 50c
Silver fillings " 50C
Gold fillings, tl and up $ f,00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 0 4,00
Set' of teeth, $5 and tip 5.00
15 set of teeth for 10,00
- Permanent location -"
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Btora.
Charles E. Hodgson,
, Established 1874.
American Ins. Co. Newark, N. 7.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders Ins. Co. ...... ..Chicago, Til.
f oa Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
V .ikford Ins. Co Koekford, 111.
fceeurity Ins. Co. .. .New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. Rockford, 111.
Office, rjom 3, Buf ord block. Bates
fca low m consistent with security.
TREATMENT phinJ" ToiS
habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
ha cured thousands has Injured aoaa.
Incorporated under the laws of Hli
ot. Established over twelve years,
- WILLOW. BARIC CO..
siau on fere
bands that itched and burned, causin?
raucn aisconuort. time went vy it
frew worse, and I was convinced that
was afflicted with Eczema. I con
sulted several physicians and a num
ber of specialists, and. used several ex
ternal applications, receiving- but
slight temporary relief. In February
I decided to try S. S. 8., and in less than
a month I experienced a change for the
better, and by May all symptoms bad
disappeared, and I found myself entire
ly ourari a.n1 Vi n-cr a had no ntum of
loaded, wnue external applications, fcucu u
washes, soaps, salves and powders aresoot hing and
cooling they do not enter into the blood itself or
touch the real cause of the disease, but S. S. S.
does, and tmrifies, enriches, and strengthens the
It's Quality That Counts
In eoal it's quality that make
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is qrality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of the
ombustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or nnburnables. The coal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton wilJ
talk as loudly as a carload,
E. G. FRAZEP
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
Forty-Eight Thousand IolIars Paid
for a fancy .Lot of Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made In the West by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by P'rank P. Lewis. Peoria
111., for his celebrated Single Binder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
selected tobacco. This, no doubt,
makes the Lewis factorv the lamest
holder In the United States of tobacco
of so high a grading. Herald -Tr an.
taript, Dec Sl 19Q2,
JOHN VOLK CO..
Also Manufacturer of Sasu. Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All
gle and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
... . Plate and Art Glass.
Ill AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STEEB"
BUCK IS Li AND.
A trick that came near costing the
Muhs Bros. Clothing company a val
uable overcoat was worked by a very
smooth grafter Saturday night ami
had it not been for the efficiency of
the police force the man would prob
ably have made his escape. The bold
burglar who gave the name of Peter
Dillon came-into the store about 9
o'clock and wanted to buy an over
coat. He looked over the stock of
goods and finally pick'rtl out a nice
black one that bore the price mark of
$10.50. Dillon liked the coat and it
fitted him to a T, but he thought the
price was too high. Finally he got
the clerk to go to the proprietor and
try to get a reduction from the $16.50
and while the clerk was gone man
and coat disappeared. Mr. Clerk was
gone about five minutes and when he
came back there was no man in sight.
He looked high and low and finally it
occurred to him to look for the coat
and he found that this had disappear
ed also. Then he summoned the jo
lice and in a minute an officer went
on the trail of the fugitive. Dillon
was caught a few minutes later leis
urely strolling down the street.
The advance guard of the crack
shots that are expected here tomor
row to attend the opening events of
the Cumberland (Jim club have arriv
ed in the city. Letters have been re
ceived from many of the sport men
throughout the country and they
have all stated that they expect to
attend. Tom Marshall is also expect
ed tonight or tomorrow morning.
During the tournament the big shoot
which Build and Marshall are arrang
ing to be held here will be definitely
rlecided on and the date set.
James K. Ickes, the well-known
Perry street loan broker and jeweler,
is carrying his right hand bandaged
as the result of a painful attack of
blood poisoning which has set in
that member. Several days ago Mr.
Ickes went fishing an caught a fine
string of bass. Arriving at his home
he proceeded to dress the fish for the
table and in doing so cut his hand
upon one of the bones. Thinking lit
tle of the incident at the time. Mr.
Ickes allowed it to pass his memory
until the next day his hand lx-came
badly swollen and Dr. Allen was sum
moned. It was then found that blood
poisoning had set in and the wound
was lanced. Aside from the painful
nature of the injury, no serious con
sequences are now expected, although
at one time lockjaw was threatened.
The places of the striking messen
ger boys at the office of the Western
Union Telegraph office have been fill
ed with girls, who are seen rushing
to all parts of the city delivering the
telegrams received at the office. Man
ager Randolph states that the girls
are giving excellent satisfaction.
Wilson Miller was tried Saturday
in Police Magistrate Finger's court for
btaining money under false preten
ses, and bound over to the grand jury
under f..iO bonds, lie sold nis house
hold furniture to a second hand man',
Frank Barter, claiming that he had a
right to sell the property; as his wife
was dead. The latter proved very
much alive and made complaint.
With the end in view of completing
the organization before Jan. 1 of atfl
the rural mail carriers in the second
congressional district, C. M. Adamx, of
Davennort has tesnm work as a
special organizer for the district. Mr.
Adams is the carrier of rural route
No. 4 from this city and has been one
of the most prominent of the carriers
in the United States in the organiza
tion of the national rural mail car
riers at the Chicago convention and
his efforts have been recognized a 5 be
ing in the proper direction.
Bert Lee. the man accused of hold
ing up Anton Ek, Friday evening on
Perry street, was taken before Magis
trate Finger. He waived preliminary
examination and was bound over to
the grand jury for $500, which he fail
ed to raise. Ek is a Kock Island man,
and claims that Lee knocked him
down and took $8 away from him.
William Blanton was sentenced to
.'SO days in the county jail by Justice.
Hall 011 the charge of assault and
battery. Blanton is the man who was
arrested Friday by Constable Kani-
sey on the information of his wife,
who told a pit ful tale of cruelty to
which he had been subjecting her.
Thursday night he came home drunk
and beat his wife until she fled from
the house, carrying her nine months
old child out into the cold air. While
her trial was in progress a suit, for
divorce was filed with the clerk of
the district court with Ann Blanton
as plaintiff and William Blanton as
Amended articles of incorporation
were filed Saturday by the Hinrich
Crockery company changing its autho
rized capital stock from $20,000 to $75.-
00O, G. F. Cornelsson is president of
the company and A. E. Ham, secre
tary. This shows a remarkable
growth of business since the first arti
cles of incorporation were taken out.
John Mahin has filed application to
erect a building to cost $14,000 on
Kives street, between Tremont and
Oneida streets. The buildlnc will be
used as a car barn for the Tri-Citv
Ilailway company. It will be 300 feet
long and 65 feet wide, and is intended
for the lise of the new ears, which
are being built so rapidly that there
is no place to accommodate them.
Eventually the ear barns on Second
street will be given up, and all the
barns be at the new location.
BUILDING BOAT TO TAKE
IN THE WORLD'S FAIE
Local people to the number of 100,
probably, consisting of the families
of the stockholders in the Bock Isl
and Sand & Gravel company, and
some of thefr friends, are arranging
to take in the world's fair at St. Louis
next ytar in novel fashion.
The sand company has a large barge
into which sand is pumped and deliv
ered at the shore of the river. This
is to be converted into a cabin boat,
with parlor, dining room, kitchen and
sleeping quarters. The work is to be
done during the winter season. When
the party has been formed and all is
in readiness the steamer Hat tie Darl
ing, also the property of the sand
company, will be hooked on behind
the cabin boat, and then, hoi for the
exposition. The plan is to consume
about a month in the trip.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
1.05 to Springfield, IU.. vIm C. It. A U.
Nov. 16, 17 and 13 the C. 15. fc J.
will have on sale round trip tickets
to Springfield. 111., and return at the
rate of $4.G3, good to return until
Nov. SI.- Three different routes and
4.03 to Springfield aotl Ketnrn via. the
On Nov. Id, 17 and 18 the Bock Isl
and will sell round trip tickets to
Springfield at rate of $1.03, good to
return up to Nov. 21.
4-65 to Sprlacrleld nd Ketnrn via Short
On Nov.' Hi. 17 and IS the Kock Isl
and will sell round trip tickets to
Springfield at above rate. The best
of service and quickest time.
Cheap Tickets to the Lire Stock Show.
The International Live Stock expo
sition will be held at the union stock
yards in Chicago from Nov. 28 to Dee.
5, l'.'OH. This will be the greatest ex
position of live stock ever held.
Thoroughbred stock from all over the
United States will be on exhibition.
Cheap tickets will be on sale via the
Burlington. Ask the nearest agent
Nov. 7. Minnie K. Potter to Isabella
Cain. lots 7 and 8, block 6, South Park,
Second add.. Kock Island, $200.
E. H. (Juyer et al., to .K.hn C.
Sohricker, lots IS and ID. block 116;
lots 23 and 24. block 122; los 1 and 2,
..dock 12S, New Shops add.. East Mo
K. M. Erickson to Christian Erick
son, w'o lot 4, block 4, Pitts, (iilbert
& Pitts' first add., East Moline, $2,
500. John Erickson to Edwin M. Erick
son. w2 lot 4. block 4. Pitts. Oilbert
& Pitts" firm add.. Moline, $2,500. .
' William Jackson and (ieorges Al.
Babcock. to F. (5. Ehleb. lot 4, block
.1, Columbia Park add., Bock Island,
Boyd Cirt to Wildia Benell. nVi- lot
8, Mrs. L. N. Warner's first add., Fast
Nov. 6. Minnie McCabe to Jacob
Harris, lot 2, block i, (i. L. Davon-
Hrt's add.. Bock Island, $1,400.
' C. M. Peterson to August Kkebland
lot 7, Sheridan Heights add., South
Perhaps there are few substances
contributed by animals to the materia
medica of greater value or more ex
tensively beneficial than certain species
of insects. Of these there are none
more highly esteemed for medical pur
poses than those beautiful, shining,
green colored insects known as blister
ing beetles, or cantharides. Their cor
rosive action is so great that they fre
quently inflame and excoriate the
hands of those who collect them, and
on this property their chief medicinal
virtue depends. They are generally
used in the form of plasters or oint
ment, and in cases of violent visceral
inflammation their external use can
scarcely be supplied by any other medi
cine. Carious Mode of Catchlnar Turtles.
A curious mode of catching turtles
is practiced in the West Indies. It
consists in attaching a ring and a line
to the tail of a species of sticker fish
known as the remora. The live fish .is
then thrown 'overboard and immediate
ly makes for the rflx?t turtle he can
spy, to which he attaches himself very
firmly by means of a sucking appa
ratus arranged at the top of his bead.
Once attached to the turtle, so firm la
his grip that the fisherman on drawing
the line brings home both turtle and
HOW TO GAIN FLESH
The life of food is the fat
within it the more fat the
more real benefit from the
food; that is why cod liver
oil is a powerful builder of
Scott's Emulsion of pure
cod liver oil solves the
problem of how to take cod
liver oil. That is one reason
why. . doctors have been pre
scribing Scott's Emulsion for
all wasting diseases, coughs,
colds and (Jpronchitis for
almost thirty years.'
We'll send you a sample free upon request. -SCOTT
& BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
The Young Men's club composed of
25 young men in the First Congrega
tional church, have issued a year
book covering the third season of its
work. The pamphlet is entitlea
"Cilimpses Along the Line of Pro
gress," and contains the program for
the present year together with the
names of the members. The organiza
tion is enlarging its scope of work as
the season passes.
a- 1 : 1 c, 1 .. ...i .. .. rt It.,.
oiu was lTii'iu-u ndiHiuiij ti tm
deal h at Chicago of Mrs. L. N.Blanche
r , ... f 1 1.. . 1
aiier an illness ot sevt-rai wtriis mm
a complication of diseases. Mrs.
Blanche has many friends in this city.
She was a niece of John A. Hall and
a cousin of Alfred and Willium Hall.
John A. Hall and Mrs. William Hall
left to attend the funeral.
A. H. Kreitler, of Owensboro, Ky.,
has succeeded iu soliciting enough
money to assure the removal of the
incandescent lamp plant to this city.
The concern will commence opera
tions Jan: 1. The firm was incorpor
ated for $.'J0.000. A. II. Kreitler, E.
F. Morgan and C. F. (Jrantz being
named as incorjmrators. The old Dim
ock & flould pail factory will be used
for the manufacture of the lamps
and o0 or more girls employed.
Ladies of the First Congregational
church give a bazaar and fairy frolic
Tuesday and Wednesday at the church
which promises to be as delightful an
entertainment as it is novel. Tuesday
and Wednesday afternoons there will
be the bazaar showing a great variety
of fancy and useful articles in six
or seven booths. Wednesday evening
there vill. be a supper.
Creditors of J. W. Warr, esHciaIly
the men and women who hold the per
sonal notes he issued, are taking
heart. Indications now are that thev
will receive much of their money
without any further trouble than
wailing the settlement made "by the
committee of the Building : Loan
association, Mess-rs. P. C. Simmon, C.
II. Perrin and B. F. Peck. This com
mittee has called a meeting of the
creditors to le held in the assembly
room of the postoftice block for this
evening when the situation will be
thoroughly gone over and arrange
ments made for protecting the inter
ests .t everylKidy. The association has
filready agreed that what can be
raised from the assets of the late sec
retary will be shared pro rata with
the holders of these personal notes.
The job printing plant is found to be
worth more than it was est ma led at
in 1he lirst place and if it goes to $."().-
000. as exjieeted. and the bpndsmen
rais $10,000, the shortage w ill be
practically covered, the difference be
ing so small and so distributed that it
will not be so seriouslv felt as if
there was nothing in sight.
Mrs. Jane Britton. a resident in
South Moline township for the past
4i years, died Friday evening at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry
Washburn, who is living two miles
west of Orion. She was 72 years of
age and was born in England. In IS.)'
she came to this district and settled
where she has lived ever since. She
h also lived at Walker station for
some. time. Several weeks ago she
went to her daughter's home, where
she expected to spend the winter. She
is the mother of Wiliam Britton. the
well known horse-trainer, and Mrs
Christ Christopher, of Suilh Moline.
The funeral was held from Christ's
church in this city at 2 o'clock yester
day afternoon. u
SEASON OPENS TOMORROW
UnaltMay be Killed -Sport Will be Good
Local nimrods who have good bird
logs are getting ready to take advan
tage of theopeningof the ipiail shoot
ing season tomorrow. From Aov. 10
till Dee. 20 quail may be killed in this
state provided one has a hunter's li
cense and the owner of the property
does not object. There are a good
many quail this year, more than last
season, and some good shooting is an
ticipated. However, there will be lit
tie use for the man who has no dog
to go out until snow flies, for there is
an unusually heavy growth of grass
and weeds, and without snow or a
dog it will be difficult to locate the
birds and still more difficult to find
them after thev are shot.
NEWS IN OUTLINE
Colonel George B. Dyer, commander
of the Twelfth rejiment. New York Na
tional (iuard, has been offered the office
of commissioner of police of Greater
New York under the new city adminis
tration. A receiver has been appointed for I.
Landreth . & Sons, seed merchants, of
Dezso Perczel has been elected presi
dent and Imre Jakabfly vice president
of the lower-house of the Hungarian
dipt- i ji.
John K. Farwell, one of the lest
known wholesale dry goods merchants
at New York, is dead at the age of 75.
He was a cousin of the Chicago Kar
Russia has prohibited Jews from
vlsltlngthe health resorts of the Crimea
or the Caucasus.
A notice has been posted at the War
wick furnace, Pottstown, Pa., stating
that the wages of employes will le re
duced 15 cents per day, commencing
with Nov.. 15.
; Sir Henry Mortimer Durand. the
newly appointed British ambassador at
Washington, has presented his letters
of recall to King Alfonso, und. bas left
for London. . . .. .
Colds, Coughs, Constipation and All Forms off Lung
and Stomach Troubles CURED by
Is Especially Beneficial
READ TJMAT PARENTS SAV
It builds up their system,' enriches their blood, strengthens the weak or
gans of the throat and lungs, which are often the cause of croupy, weak
and puny children. It will prevent croup and one or two doses will stop
it immediately. Hundreds of mothers have endorsed Milks' Emulsion
because it strengthens their children as nothing else has ever done;
gives them a good appetite, and in this way renders them less liable to
contract many of the contagious diseases so rife among children.
Head the Testimonials
Which come from the hearts of those benefitted by this remedy:
The Milks' Emulsion Co.. Terre Haute. Ind. :
Gentlemen I received the package of Milks' Emulsion that I ordered from you
and find it the best remedy for cold and croup that I hae found. It breaks up cold
or croup with my children in one day. I continually recommend It to my friends and
neighbors and they all speak highly of it. Every one that uses It cets pood results.
Yours truly. Mbs. Ur.T Denny.
March 5, 1903. Cloverdale, Iud.
The Milks' Emulsion Co.. Terre Haute. Ind.:
Gentlemen Last December my three children were taken 111 with severe colds,
which grew into hacking coughs, later giving them sore throats. I tried honey and
tar and nearly all the other remedies my druggist could suggest, but they gave no
relief. My neighbor. Mrs. Pomeroy, had rurchased some Milks' Emulsion and gave
me some in a small wine glass. I gave each of the children a dose before retiring,
and they slept the whole night through without coughing. The next day I went to
Waggoner's Drug Store and bought a package, the results being wonderful. I have
never been without Milks' Kmulsion in my house since that time, and I find it to be
a sure remedy for coughs, colds or sore throat.
May 5. ios. Jno. K. Habkness, Bookeeper T. H. Artificial Ice Co.
The Milks' Emulsion Co., Terre Haute, Ind.:
Gentlemen I suffered for six weeks with the worst kind of a cold and could
hardly taik to my customers. I was restless at night, continually rolling from one
side of my bed to the other, and in fact I got up feelijg worse than when I retired.
I tried several remedies, but found no relief until I took Milks' Emulsion. After
taking the first dose I had my first night's good sleep for six weeks, and awoke feel
ing like a new man. After taking the first bottle my cold had completely left me.
I have recommended Milks' Emulsion to at least twenty-five people suffering with
colds, and tind that relief was given after the first bottle was taken. If my state
ment will be of any use to you, use it as you desire. I cannot say too much for Milks'
Emulsion. J. V. LEEK, Main St..
Terre Haute, Ind.
The Milks Emulsion Co.. Terre Haute, Ind.:
Gentlemen I suffered for several weeks with a severe cold in my throat and chest,
and although I used many remedies prescribed tn such cases, none of them gave me
any relief, until I tried a package of Milks' Emulsion, which I saw advertised in the
daily papers. The first package loosened my cough, and after taking the. fifth
packnge I was entirely well. I thick Milks' Emulsion Is the best remedy for Coughs
and Colds, that I have ever come across, and I cheerfully recommend it to all persons
suffering with the above complaints. Yours very truly.
Charles K. Caktkk. Gents' Furnishings, Cor. 9th and Chestnut St..
Terre Haute, Ind.
Money refunded by year drngtfst If the first bottle osed does not brine results.
THE MILKS' EHULSEGH CO.,
Price 60 Cents. TERRE HAUTE, IXD.
GUARANTEED AUD FOR SALE BY
Harper Hous3 Pharmacy.
TKe Secret of How to Obtain
l found in Dr. Walsh's Buceessful treatment for hroni, nerrous and pri
vate diseases of both sexes. Thousands who were afflicted with chroni
diseases and who failed to find relief elsewhere Lave been permanentlj
eurtd by Dr. Walsh during the nine years be has been located in Daven
port. That is one of the best reasons if you are suffering: from any'ebron
ic disease and want to get cured, why rou 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, IJronchitis.Serof
ula, Piles, Syphilis, Dlood. Kidney,
Liver and Skin Diseases, quickly and
Is a frequent cause of nervous and
physical decline. Why treat months
with others when we can positively
ura you in irom one to three treat
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN,
dreds tured by mail. Hours: 9 to
day, 11:30 to .1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough Building, 124 West Third Street
DR. J. E. WALSH,
DAVENPORT. IOWA. -
Daily. Sept. 15 to Nov. 30, via the Santa Fe
' tine way sec mid cla.-s tickets, good in Tourist Sleepers.
Stop-over in California.
'.Remember, it's "Santa Fe nil the way" from Cliionpo
through to Los Angeles and Ssin Francisco.
Topeka & Santa Fe
In the Illness ot Children.
Dlt. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chieag-o,
Bt. Anthonj'B Hospital.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Ji nature's remedy. When ientiS
cally applied it soothes, strengthens
and invigorates. Twenty years' expe
rience has made Dr. Walsh master
of this method of curing chronic di-
eases. Electricity is the most power
ful curative agent known in all dis
eases peculiar to women, neryous
exhaustion, rheumatism, neuralgia,
paralysis, constipation, perrons dys
pepsia, backache, headache, palpita
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
II. D. Mack,
Kf.ck Island, 111.
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