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THE AHOT8, THURSDAY, JAN TTART 14, 1004,
All dliease or Kidneys,
ladder. Urinary Organs.
A I. EheumatUin Back
setae. HeartDisea te Gravel.
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There is a
fare for you. if iif't-f-ary -write Lr. 1 enoer.
lie has speut a life tlu.e runti? u -t tucn
cases as yours. All cuosuliatiui-a zttt.
-"For years I had baoVarbe. wvere pmln-t
irtm kidney and s'-aldinjr writ.. 1 could
not K't out of bei wiluout help. TlifeUieof
Vr. FenDtt s Kicin-py and Ra.kaohe Cure re
stored me. G. WAGONER. K nobsville. Pa."
Jvtit-jjlst. V'c .. tl. A I: for Cook Book Free.
For sale by Harper House Pharmacy
and Cm node's Pharmacy.
Aero of ro-o- and mill-- f
;i!iii- - t!i:it".- California in mid
winter. ' ; ;i t li P flowers and (:' k
orange-. !;!! mi :i liiirli-
da-s train- the California Liui
i f I .
( 'a ! i f nri.ia in ! - than 1 h !
das. Whv cm!ure oi-agrooab!e
woat her at dome'.'
Let nit- arran-je a 1ri fui! f
comfort ami ! -; 1 1
H. D. Ma.ck. Gen. Agt.
'.' Ml liig i.T t rut ii .-I I cot .
l;( H K 1LD. : II. I..
l c-. I'm goii).
We!!, there'- onie ; 1, i ug new for y mi
to eon-i !cr. Tl e
in !. l:ect ion with the i) H'ei! tV Clc.--cellt
Koiite. wi'l take voti down one
v a v and lirin vou Lack anotdcr. for
a skylit advance in the regular winter
I.ow round trip rale- now in effect
to a!! toi-ri-t point- in Florida ami the
south. tiooil ci Mi neit ion -. through
sleeper.-, fine equi pmeii I . best of every
On Jan. 11. l'.l'll. the
Chicago (8L Florida
it through Pullman sleeper-, dining',
club, and ili-i'ii a t ion car-, will again
go into effect, Chicago to St. Augus
tine, via Cincinnati. Chattanooga, At
lanta am! Jacksonville.
For through sleepinir car reservation-,
literature and fui particular-,
J.s. M ( TLIOI (.11. N. W. p. ..
"J"! Dearborn M.. t hit -aio. I!!.
C IS. Allen, . Ii. IV A.. St. Loiii-, Mo.
JOHN VOLK & CO..
AIimi manufacturers of Sash, Poors,
Fluids and Mouldinps. Ve
neered and Hard Wood
r'loorin; of All
tMliple and Double St renjrth Window
(iia.-s. I'olished IMate, IScveled
I'late and Art Glass.
311 and o.'o kichtkfntii stkcct,
ii. i-:. t asti:i:l.
L. D. Ml dc;i:.
Gontral Trust s Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
1N( OUl'OKATED UNDFIJ STATU I. AW.
CteDttml Stock. lOO.OOO- roar Por Cent Inter-Mt Paid oo EM-soalta
li.-tate and proi rty of all kind.- are inana.'ed by this depart
ment, which is kept cut it-fly heparate from the bankinir business of
I he ciuiipanv. We act at. executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, (iuardiau and Conservator of Kstates.
Kcceiver am! assignee of insolvent estates. Cencrul financial
lyettt for tion-re-idents,B-'.rnen. inva'.itis, and others.
rx r r v a t
KOLK ISLAND, ILL.
lucorix) rated Under tlie State Law. 4 Per Cent X
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on 1'ersi cal Collateral or Keal K.-tate Security.
.1. M. ISufonL l'reisident.
John Crubaugb. Vice lre.-ideDt.
I. (ireenawalt. Cahier.
IWpan the business July 2, 1-C0.
and ccupinjr S. K. corner of
Mitchell l.v nde's new building.
The bums ami loafers who usually
hang around t Ii railroad station?
half the time are going to rind an un-ca-y
tine of it in the future. These
hu m and Im.v have got to lie such a
nuisance that the railroad officials
haw determined to clean them out.
::nd the initial movement was begun
Tuesdav ii : j lit when eight lads rang
ing from i to I'.i vears of age were
arretted at the Dock Island depot
and taken In jail. The lads gave the
names f II. Edwards. F. Boeder. F.
Ui -i h-. .1. Johnson. F. Ilu. A. Car
stens. A. Ilouk and A. Koch. Judge
Fiiitrcr put them all through a course
of sprouts, and it was learned that
none of l l.t-m was working and that
most of them made it a point to loaf
around the depots. Edward.-. Ko.-che
and Koeder seemed to he the ring
leaders of the jjai.tr and the judge sent
them to jail for i.O days, while the
other.- l'i.i lo da.vs esieh. The railroad
iinpa nv ha- two detectives here
watching tlie station and things will
he kept cleaned out from now on.
John Dillon, an aped man who has
been at Mercy hospital for the past
vear. died there Tuej-day. He had liv
ed at the poor farm a vear lief ore be
iiiir taken to the hospital. Formerly
he worked for the city and he has no
re!aiie.- so far a- is known. The remain-
are at tlie Kitnge undertaking
establishment alii an effort will lie
made to locate a ny relative-.
Tboina- I 'oil 1 ma ii n. a well-known
resident of New Liberty, and Mi-s
Mela Treimer. of Kound (irove. were
married shortly before noon vester-
il .lust ice
know n in
Boriiievv ig. I Sot It are
the vicinifv in which
Al In o'clock vestcrda.v iiiornin'. at
th" parsinaire of St. John'.- church.
Kev. Thompson oHiciatin'. occurred
flu- m;irriare of Nicholas Schmitt. of
lleiii-v. III., and ML-s l.izie Smith, of
the same place.
Walter . Freeman, until recently
commercial ayent for the ('.. IS. & (.
road in thi.- i-it.v. ha- accepted a posi
tion wild the New York Life Insur
ance compan.v and will have his headquarter-
at the local office in the Mc-
o - -
One i f th- mo-t peculiar -a-'- that
ha- ever come before the district
court wa- called for trial ve-terday
afternoon when (ic.iree . Smith
sou-jilt In have his inarriaee with
oia S. Smith annnl'e.i on I he irrou m I
that I In wife vv a - iu-ulic before am
- urchHs( a
fiiKh-eradi piano can prt low net riCR9
nn hntitx- from mo. I can also eivn you
thn henpfit of a choice from a vi-ry largo
stock of these intrumeut.-. Address
08ANT CARVES. P. 0. Boi 343. Rock UUad. ill.
HAIR TELLS CHARACTER.
Color of Hair Said to Indicate a Por
Many people believe that blonde, 01
luht hair denotes affection anil dirk
hair constancy. A person without hair
is not devoid of character; far from IL
The disposition of the nverase bald
headed man M to show such soPcitudii
for the welfare of other?, that he nes
lect! himself. A pirm causos baldn.-s.
I'rof. S:ibour.iud, of l'aris. l'rance, i!i
nocciilated a rabbit with Dandruff iferma.
causing it to become totally bald in tve
wi ks' time. To rid the j-cnlp of theb
i1.ir. rous pprmn it is necessar;' to apply
Ivstroy the cause you remove the
Pold by leading drurKl$t!. S?nd 10c in
f-tamps for iample to The Herplcide Co..
For sale bv T. II. Thomas.
r1TlEZ32 STOPPED FREE
r"li II vVy Prmsaentlr Cured b
1 " II tl JSDR KLIKE'S GREAT
? U ii NERVE RESTORER
I t.i BfW. IK Amf
vaa4 COKTT.T Tn pmnr . I -u. l.tw m
Um TitlAL. ISOTTLE PKKE
?trnuFBt Cr, " fmptitry fif it.,
. Ep-ii-pay . 8pauta. St. vitas
Pn, IkvttilitT. lihauuvi. IumIiU.
CB B 1-jQ !!if.L!! 931 rch '-"''p"-
H. IS. SIMMON.
m v . Z
K. II. Cable,
11. I'. Hull,
i:. W. Hurst,
I. Greenawalt, 1
J. M. Iluford,
Solictors Jackson ami Hurtt
at the time the wedding- cereniony
was performed and was therefore not
callable c?f making a contract. A sad
"feature of the case also is a 17-year-
ol.l dau-jhter who has filed an inter
vention askinir that the court will not
annul the marriape. as it would make
her an illegitimate child if this was
done. The wife from whom the hus
band would le free is now in the in
sane asylum at Watertovvn. where
she has been for several years.
A peculiar affidavit was riled in the
recorderV office yesterday, in which
Andrew- Coleman would appear to
have been a heart-winner in the days
when he trod old mother earth. The
affidavit was filed in irnnection with
the straightening- out of some title,
but it was the statement made that
has attracted the attenion of many at
torneys. The affidavit was to prove
whether or tu t Coleman survived his
wife, and whether he was married or
a widower at a certain time. In the
affidavit J. H. S. Coleman states that
he is a nephew of Andrew Coleman,
but that he would not swear as to
whether the uncle was a widower or
whether he had a wife livinir Dec. 1.
14! S. The reason why Mr. Coleman
could not remember, he states, i- be
cause hi- uncle wa- married some
four, five or si times, and he could
not keep track of the odd moments
now ami then when the uncle was
bereft of a spouse.
Ma vor Waldo Decker and Aids.
Cameron and Kegennitter. together
with the attirnevs interested in the
ca-e of the Camp IcCIelIau Land
company v-. the city, being' better
known as the Allen paving ease, re
turned yester lay from St. Louis,
where they witnessed the presentation
of the arguments before the United
State.- circuit court of appeals.
A meeting of the Cloipict Lumber
company wa.- held yesterday in the
office of the l.indscy & l'helps com
pany, at which were held the election
of officers for the fol lowing year. The
annual meeting' of the Sound Timber
company, was also held with election
of officers. The officers of the Clo
(piet company are as follows: Presi
dent and general manager. F. Weyer
haeuser, St. Paul: vice president. I". A.
Shaw. Davenport: secretary. I'riah
Koraiiack. Minneapolis: treasurer. J.
Ii. I.v mis. Cloipiet ; assistant manager,
II. C. Hornby. Cloipiet; directors, F.
W ev erhaeuser. H. A. Shaw. J. Ii. Lind
say. I'riah Koraback. H. C. Hornby.
The officers of the Sound company
are: President. J. K. Lindsay; vice
president, Fred C. I leiikmann. scerc
ta rv -t reastiror. (ieorge F. Lindsay:
directors. F. W cv erhaeuser. Joe It.
Lane. M. N. Kieha rd-on.
For the fourth 'line ihi- winter Art
Vinail. of the Davenport Howling tv
Supply compaiivs alleys, performed
the feat Tuesday evening- of bowling
a perfect .-core of :;ho. Thi- meant 1
straight -trike-. and Art did better
than that bv bowling- 17 strikes before
he made a break. It is believed to be
the strike record for the state, and
while profe-sional bowlers are said to
have beaten it. such instances arc
NEWS IN OUTLINE
'I he new general assembly of Vir
ginia 1ms been duly organized.
A woman, by' passing- worthless
checks, has swindled a mmilx-r of Chi
The Indiana state board of public
instruct ion has issued a warning to
the Hoosier country hoy to beware
Mrs. Potter Palmer, who has arrived
at New York, denies that she has any
thought of i han-jinir her residence from
the I'nited States to Hurope.
iSoviTiior Murphy, of New Jersey, in
a message to the legislature advocates
the restriction of sign lmards through
licenses, to prevent the marring of the
Lynn. Mas., made '.'l.sT'J.tlM pairs
of shots in I'.ncs. beating the record.
The continuance of the c-ohl weath
r is having a serious cfTect on the pa
per industries throughout the Adiroii
ilacks. the water power l-ving frozen
Itcpresi nfat ive Hill, of Connecticut,
has introduced a bill providing for the
licensing of customs brokers.
Hpiscopal bishops from nine states
rc at Kansas City attending the mi:
tdonary convocation., which met today.
ltoodlr Trial lotpcn:J.
tJrnnd Kapids. Mich., Jan. 14. Ow
ing to the illness of Juror Thomas
Keating the trial of ex-Alderman Jacob
i:ilf-n. on the charge of accepting a
bribe to aid in the passage tkroufu the
council of the Lake Michigan water
deal, has been postponed. The taking
of evidence was to have begun with
ex-City Attorney Lant K. SaUbury a
the first wltne-!.
A Very Cloao call.
"I stuck to my engine, although ev
ery joint ached and every iiervevvus
racked with pain." writes C. W. P.el-
latuy. a locomotive fireman, of lSur
Iir.ptoii. Iowa. "I was weak and pale,
without any appetite, and all run
down. As I wa about to give up, I
got a bottle of Klectrie Hitters, and
after taking it. 1 felt as well as I ever
lid in my life." Weak, tickly, run
down people always gain new life.
trength and igor from their use.
Trv them. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Hartz & L'lleineyer. Price. cents.
A Ufa at Stak.
If you but knew the plendid merit
of FoIes Honey and Tar you would
never lie without it. A dose or two
will prevent an attack of pneumonia
or la grippe. It may taie your life.
Stockholders of the First National
and People's Savings banks have made
changes in the list of directors, signifying-
the purchase cf a controlling; in
terest in both banks by C. H. Deere.
One or two changes in the officials
which has been contemplated were
not made at the meeting1 of the direc
tors yesterday, the opposition proving-
too strong, and J. S. tiillmore is
again cashier of both banks, though
C. 11. Deere becomes president of the
People's bank in place of J. T. '.frown
ing. A new office, that of second vice
president, was created for H. L. Chap
man, of Chicago. In the First Nation
al. H. L. Chapman becomes vice presi
dent in place of J. T. Drowning. The
results in the Peoples Savings bank:
President. C. H. Deere: first vice presi
dent. P. II. Wessel. second vice presi
dent. H. 1 Chapman: cashier, J. S.
Cillmore: director.-. C. It. Ainsvvorth.
.1. T. Drowning. A. A. Crampton. C. II.
Deere. Stuart Harper. Hock Island,
(new); Schiller Ho.-ford. W. A. Itosen
tield. J. I-:. Otis and H. L. Chapman, of
Chicago; (both new ). C H. Sohrbeck
and P. II. Wessel. The new men repre
sent stock formerlv held bv P. C. Sim
mon. T. M. Sechler and J. W. Cood.
The First National election re-ults:
Pre.-ident. J. M. Could; vice president.
H. L. Chapman: cashier. .1. S. tiill-
more; uirectors. J. L. tjti.-. U. L. ( Iiap-
maii, C. II. Deere. H. A. P.arnard. T.
M. Sechler. J. M. (iould. J. T. Drown
ing. J. S. fiillmore. K. II. Slight. F. W".
(iould. and William Dutterworth.
Messers. Otis and Chapman represent
stock formerly held by (i. II. Sohrbeck
and W. A. Dosentield.
Frances Marie, infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Melin. of 4o;j
Fifth avenue, died died yesterday. The
little one was but three days old.
The funeral was held in the afternoon
with interment in Uiverside.
At the ISusiness Men's meeting a
letter from W. A. Kbbert was read
telling of the invitation given to the
Illinois Implement and Vehicle Deal
er's association to meet in this city
at ihe next annual session and of its
acceptance by the association.
That Moline is in need of some sort
i f building laws has been made appar
ent by the investigation, which has
been carried on by Fire Chief Hawk
Hurler the direction of the council.
At tlie meeting of the council in com
mittee of the whole Tuesday evening
he read the result of his i n vest itrat ion
and the disclosures showed effectually
that there should be some sort of
municipal regulation in the matter of
public building erection and main
tenance. - The aldermen took no act
ion, but I here was a general discussion
Mid it is likely that before the present
agitation is over there will be a lot of
new ordinances providing for belter
fire precaution- in all the halls and
other buildings of public character in
The Woman's Hospital association
met with Mis. Ii. IS. McKeever Tues
day and after listening- to reports
-bowing the receipts and expenditures
of approximately "fi'iio each . elected
the following: President, Mrs. K. IS.
McKeever; vice president. Mrs. .1. II.
Porter; secretary, Mrs. Julia I!. P.ry-
a nt ;
corresponding secretary. Miss
Kichards; treasurer. Mrs. J. Ii.
Three nurses will he graduated
the school in June, Misses Sher
Hiihnerkock and Amv Lanca-
Members of the llu-iness Men'- as
sociation heard Tuesday evening of
the prospective location of a depart
ment store in Moline. Secretary
irant. did not disclose the name of
ihe Chicago gentleman who is carry
ing negotiations, but he now has five
proposition- under consideration for
the erection of a two orhree story
bn-ine.-s block down town for the u-e
of the bil-ine-s.
A Swift Automobile.
All automobile of luo-hortc power
with an estimated speed of more than
a hundred miles an hour is the record
of a machine recently tested. Its won
derful speed is due largely to its pe
culiar shape, having the appearance
of an inverted boat. 'Ihe wonderful
success f Hosteller's Stomach Hit
ters i- due largelv 1o the fact that it
alwavs cures such ailments as sick
headache, belching, flatnlencv, heart
burn, in litest ion. dyspepsia, consti
pation and bi!ioiisiie-s. It is also nn
eijiialed as a preventive of chilis, colds
and malaria, fever and ague. If sick
ly people will only try it they will
soon notice a great improvement in
their condition. Try a bottle today;
al-o ask vour druggist for a free copy
of our r.)4 almanac. It i- well worth
A Vt Pocket I Kir tor.
Never in the way, no trouble to
carry, easy to take, pleasant and
never failing in results, are DeWitt's
Little Karly Itisers. A vial of these
little pills in the vest pocket i a cer
tain guarantee against headache, bil
iousness, torpid liver ami all of the
ills resulting from constipation. They
tonic and strengthen the liver. Sold
by all druggists.
Deware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and ISanner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions In place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of years
and thus jeopardize the lives of their
victims. For aale by all druggut.
Violet had always been of a romantic
disposition. Perhaps it was the effect
of her name. She used to feel bitterly
aggrieved with fate because her eyes
were brown instead cf blue or blue
gray or blue black. But she religiously
trained her brown eyes to look aa melt
ing as if they had been blue. She part
ed her hair in the middle and let a few
curls put up overnight escape about
her forehead. She was devoted to
white muslin gowns and simplicity in
Violet was given to the keeping of
souvenirs. She had a whole scrapbook
full of dance cards, menus, german fa
vors, pressed flowers, scraps of poems
and the like, and for there was a me
thodical streak in her nature there were
a few words written beneath, "Souve
nir for the assistance of family mem
ory." For instance, beneath a careful
ly pressed and mounted white rose was
the inscription: "June 9. 1SS.S; high
school graduation. From bunch given
by Will I.. M. Gave him one back."
And beneath a bit of blue ribbon were
the inspiring words: "Worn by me at
picnic. Sept. 11, 1SST. Jack has a piece
too." It may be added that Violet nev
er opened the book of souvenirs save
for the purpose of adding another to
her collection and cataloguing it neatly.
Violet was twenty six and still a
sweetly sentimental person when Hor
ace VandcrhoCf aud his uncle came
within her circle of acquaintances. It
was rumored that Ilorace would inher
it his uncle's fortune eventually. lie
was a rather impulsive, somewhat po
etic youth, ne had written sonnets, it
was said, lie looked like (Joethe at
any rate and had a proper scorn of con
ventions, a fondness for moonlight ram
bles and a liking for the woods and sea.
And Violet's friends said, "At last!"
with great meaning when they saw
Horace's infatuation for Violet.
He wrote her verses, all of which
were duly entered in the eouvenir book,
and Violet road them with an unwont
ed little thrill In her sentimental heart
and an unusual softness in ber brown
eyes. He brought ber flowers, not the
hothouse blooms of convention, but lit
tle, shy things that grew in the woods
and that should mean to her that even
his walks were full of thought of her.
His uncle sent occasional bunches of
whatever costly blossoms struck his eye
down town, and all Violet's friends
said it was pleasant of his uncle to help
Horace's suit on. but that Horace un
derstood Violet's romantic tempera
ment better. Horace brought Violet his
favorite books to read, and sometimes
she tried to. When she didn't have
time she merely looked unutterable
things and liogged him not to mind if
she couldn't say much about thorn.
She couldn't ever speak fluently of
what affected her deeply.
It was one day when Horace had
seen her taking her mission Sunday
school class off to look at pictures or
something of the sort that he told hor
he had something to say to her. He
looked a little white as he made the
announcement, and Violet paled a little
too. As usual, she was very sweet to
behold. The children had enjoyiil their
day and had admired her, which gave
her a deeper pleasure in herself than
usual and therefore a more entrancing
look. Hut when she saw that look on
Horace's face a sudden and quite un
common feeling struck her. She said
"Please don't please don't say any
thing." 'I must," answered Horace huskily.
"I cannot go on this way any longer.
When I see you. sweet and high mind
ed and honest as the day"
"No. no. You must not," protested
Violet. Pity for hlni and a strong,
hitherto unfelt desire to be sincere
made her coon. "I am not those things.
I am afraid I know what yon are going
to say. Please do not. It Is no use."
"You do not know," asserted Horace,
"and it Is of use. I cannot be Insincere
with you. It Is lmpos"
"Nor I with you. Do not go on. I am
not what you think. I am not simple
and honest. I am don't say that you
want to marry me, for I am engaged to
your uncle since yesterday. That's the
sort of woman I am."
Horace looked at her with a curious
licht in hia eves.
"I'm awfully sorry, Miss Kent," he
said in conventional tones, "to have
forced you Into a jierhaps unpremedi
tated announcement of your engage
ment. I was going to tell you that I
was reproaching myself for not having
told you before that I am going to
marry Miss Augusta de Million. I
didn't feel quite square alK.ut it, for
you and I have had a slight affair of
the heart, you know. But I'm glad you
are going to marry Uncle Max. He's a
trump if he Is as poor as a church
"Poor!" said Violet. Hut Horace did
not hear, for he had crossed to thi pi
ano and wbs asking her to sing "Robin
Adair" to him. Before he went away
he asked for a flower from her belt
with as much earnestness as if the an
nounceemnt had not been made. And
Violet gave It graciously enough. But
she made no entries in her souvenir
book that night.
The Fiaher'a Mghlmirr.
Strange shapes, gome of them of enor
mous -sire, crowded around the aleeper'i
bedside and filled the air with curious
"Who Is there?" demanded he, rous
ing himself and sitting up in bed.
"We are the ghosts of the flh over
whose cruel capture and painful deatl
you have gloated during all these years
that have passed," replied tbe strauge
"Huh!" he exclaimed contemptuous
ly. "Nine-tenths of you are lies, and
the rest of you sre too small to f rigi-ten
Whereupon he lay down again and
presently was snoring at bfore.
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his vast experience.
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Vibration and Electricity. - years' experience has made
Dr. Walsh a master of these methods of curing chronic diseases. He
uses all forms of electricity, including Paradism, (ialvauisiu, Cat a pho
resis. Sinusoidal, Static and Ilign Frequency Currents.
Varicocele ; frequent cause of nervous and physical decline.
Why treat months with others when we can positively cure you in
from one to three t reat mer.t '
Only Curable Cases Taken. If you cannot call, write. Hundreds
cured by mail.
HOL'DS: '.i to a. m., Ii to ." ami 7 to 8 p. m., Sunday 11::S0 to IriiO p. m
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Office McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street
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and practice to the reflex action of
rectal disease on the female organs
and have cured hundreds of cases of
female disorders1 Inch have baffled
other physicians for years. Women
suffering from diseases peculiar to
their sex which their physicians have
been unable to cure should consult
me. My olhee. offers every
priv a ey
and female attendants
vice of my patients.
I cure all disorders
at t he ser
if the ltcctum
The entire digestive tract from the
stomach to the rectum is one of my
specialties. My methods of treatment
offer a certain cure for all diseases
of this portitin of the human system
and their reflexes whenever a cure is
possible to human skill. T do not
take all cases, but 1 guarantee, a
cure whenever I take a case.
I am especially desirous of eases
whicn other physicians have failed to
cure. Physicians having obstinate
cases under treatment are invited to
consult me, free of charge.
Call and investigate. Consultation
Dr. Home's Dio-Chemie treatment
and the free X-KAY FX AM I NATION.
Mitchell & Lynde Dldg., Hock Isl
and. Take elevator to 4th floor.
Dooms r.. .M) and 51. Hours 9 to 5.
Evenings 7 to H. Sunday 9 to 111.
M. J. YOUNG.
A at. C, 15. A: Q- Ky.
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.