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THE AB6HTS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1904.
Utah j lee
Ex am inaction
l22 Third Ave.
You'll Find It Here
We havo everything it is possi
ble to obtain in the way of
fruits, vegetables, poultry, etc.
If you haven't been able to get
just what vou wanted hereto
fore, give us jour order and we
will till it to your satisfaction.
Look hut tbia list for your Sun
Soup Bunches, Parsley.
Bead Lettuce, u
Leaf Lettuce, Wax Leans.
Green Beans, Sqnaah,
Carrot-. Beets, Now Potatoes,
Spinach. Celery, Khubarb.
Cherries !y the case.
Fating ami Cooking Apples.
Strawberries. Grape Fruit,
Musk melons. Gooseberries,
Dressed Chicken.-, Spring
1620 SECOND AVENUE.
8 15e Way to
The man with a bank scconnt
is able t" take advantage of op
portunities which are Clear out
of reaek of the thriftless man.
Start ;in account at once, a
dollar will !o. and add to it sys
tematically. Ymi'11 be surprised
row it n ill grow.
OUB NEW PLAN MAKES IT
EASY. LET I s TELL YOU
Remember, every dollar saved
means two earned. Here la an
opport unity to save some mon
ey. I only do one grade of
work -that's the best at a price
that is bound to suit you. Iet
me pive you an estimate on
your work. Ikn't let it go for
awhile. Neglect will not better
the conditions. Remember, ex
tractions are absolutely pain
less Herman Paulsen.
O. 0. 8.
Hurst Block. Twentieth Street.
Phone West 1418.
G. Rice to be Made General
Inspector of Train Service
for the Burlington.
IS VICE PRESIDENT 3 OFFICE
If. I). Juclson Promoted to (General
Another shapekup iu ihe official fam
ily of the Burlington railroad that will
ailect several of the attaches of the
system well known in Rock Island Is
announced to take place the lirst ol
the coming month, when the lines east
of the Missouri river will be divided
into three divisions. They will be
known as the Iowa. Illinois and Mi.s
P. C. Rice on that date becomes at
tached to the office of the vice pre
ident at Chicago. His title Will be
inspector of train service in charge
of the entire Burlington system. Mr
Rite i one of the vet. ran employee
of the Burlington, having gradually
worked himself up from an Inferibi
station. A few years ago he was pro
moled From the position of superin
tendon? of Illinois lines to general sup
Iwaswu (iicn I He liliou.
(Jndei the r. v. arrangement H. I)
Judson. at present superintendent of
Illinois lines. wi?h headquarters at
Galesburg. will be made general super
Intendent of ihe Illinois division, lb
will have charge of live divisions o
the road under th. change, where h;
now has bin three. His headquarter
will be at Chicago.
The office of the general superin
tendent is to be abolished. The OlD
etal announcement of the appointment
of the new g.n'-ial superintendents
H. D. Judson, formerly superintend
out of the Illinois lines, to be genera'
superintendent of the Illinois district
with headquarters in Chicago. He wil
also hare chance of the Chicago tor
mlnals and the supervision of 300 ad
ditkmal miles of road between Bavan
Dan. UL. am! St. I'aul. The district
includes all tinea ust of the lUssis
sippi river from St. Pawl to Bast St
!ui. and Chicago.
II. C. Nutt, formerly superintendent
of the Iowa lines, to be general super
jntaadenl of i.:e Iowa district, witl
headquarters in Burlington ; to be in
charge of all lines in lo .a and north
Henry Miller, formerly acting gen
eral manager of the Missouri lines. t
be general superintendent of the Mis
souri district, comtnisfng all the lines
centering at s Louis. Kansas City and
St. Joseph, with headquarters in St.
Each of the ganeral superintendents
will h port to the g-n ral manager. At
general inspector of transportation
Mr. Rice is expected to devise meant?
of making the freight and passenger
service of the Burlington system bet
ter and safer.
Another official to be affected will
be I). B. Throop. at present superin
tendent of the Chicago division, the
place occupied by Mr. .liaison prior to
his promotion to the office of Illinois
superintendent. Mr. Throop wiU re
ceive the office now fille.i by Mr. Jud
son. Roadmaster F. J. Allen, it is tin
derstood, will be elevated to Mr
Throop's place as superintendent of
the Chicago division.
TieUci HaeMaes 1 bells bed.
The Dyer ticket machines used by
ihe Burlington at their various sta
lions along their system in printing
local tickets are now to be taken out
and Lickeja already printed will be
used after July L These machines
hare boa0 used by the company for
the past thirty years. The agents
in many small towns have received
notice thai they will be supplied with
the printed tickets after July 1, and to
ship their machines to the head office
on the receipt of these tickets.
The crookedest railroad in the world
is situated near San Francisco. Cal..
and is known as the Mill Valley and
Mt. Tamalpais railway. This railroad
is a wonderful piece of engineering
be sides being a curiosity in railroad
mechanism. Although the road la on I;
SV miles long yet during that SVi
miles there are 280 curves, and an as
WHY LIFE LOSES CHARM.
Many Men and Women, get Really Sick, Ara
Oat of Sorts The Old-Tim; Enerry sad
Exuberant Spirits Are Lackinr-
S 'tnetiiing is needed to restore that anima
tion, that mental and physical zest and lust of
life (the joy of mere living) that characterized
the days Itefore the system had been overtaxed
or weakened by care, work, folly, excess or
worry. Good, rich blood and strong, steady
ucrvea an- essential to perfect health and en
joy Mat of life. When lacking vitality, pleas-
aim eea.se and work Ix-comes a drudge and
ir mi. Blood is thcsrell-springand nerves the
main-spring of the body . With either of them
impaired life loses union of its charm. Noth
ing puts animation and satisfaction intoliving
as uuickly. safely and surely as Dr. Chase's
Blood and Nerve Food. It soon brings yoa
out of nil unnatural mental or physical con
ditions due to either blood poverty or to ner
vous enfeeblement. Weiirli yourself before
taking it. This is the food that made the
name "Cliase" famous. The ger.nine is manu
factured (mi It by The Dr. Chase Co., Philadel
phia, i Price 50 cents a lox, five boxes,
euouga to give it stair trial, $2.0U. Book tree.
Sold and guaranteed at T. H. Thorn
ALL THE NEWS ALT. THE
TIME THE AKGl .
cent of 2.500 feet or nearly half a mile
if in following the tortuous course
the curves had been continuous, there
would be 42 complete circles made
The longest piece of straight track
is but 413 feet. The road is a stan
dard broad guage railroad, with steam
oil-burning traction locomotives of
special type, whose cylinders turn a
shaft geared to the driving wheels ot
the axles.. There is a double bow knot
In the railway where the track of the
railroad parallels itself five times
within the distance of 3oo feet.
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
rounlv o:irt Order.
June 2S. In re guardianship of miu
r heirs of John Norris, deceased, it
appears that said ward. Hazel Norris.
departed this life April 4. 19o4. and
he Central Trust A: Savings bank has
'leretofore been appointed administra
tor of her estate. Report of guardian
leroln showing settlement with said
idminisl rator and showing all money
n guardian's hands has been properly
jaid over to said administrator of said
estate filed and approved and said
guardian disehari;d as to said ward,
Ebtate of David E. Clevenston. de
based. It appears that the whole
-s.tat e. both real and personal,
i mounts to $513.90, ami that the wid
ow's award amounts to $71:1. Final
report of administrator filed. It ap
eara that no further notice is neces
sary said final report is approved, said
administrator dicharged and estate
Estate of Joseph Albrecht, deceased.
Waiver of widow's award filed and ap
proved. John Rinch appointed special
administrator to appear anil defend
or the estate in the matter of the
lalm of Sarah N. Albrecht. adminis
trator herein. Claim heard and allow
ed in class 7 at $2.75.
Estate of Otto L. Lindquist, de
eased. Proof of publication and posi
ng notices filed and approved.
Estate of Nels Swanson, deceased.
Inventory filed and approved. Ap
praisement bill and widow's award
lied and approved. Proof of publish
ng and posting notices to creditors
lied and approved.
Estate of George Hillier. deceased.
Bond In sum of $4.1 on filed and ap
proved and letters testamentary issued
o said Henry Hillier, T. It. Lees,
Jones Clegg and H. F. Iong appointed
Estate of Dennis McGraw, deceased.
Don Fisher. Benton Davis and Edward
Coryn appointed appraisers.
In re conservatorship of Richard P.
Leonards, insane. It appears that for
ner conservator is dead, that said
Leonards heretofore was adjudged in
sane by the court, that a conservator
was appointed for his estate, that af
terwards on the 11th day of March
he was "restored to his rights by this
court. I hat afterwards on the 14th day
'f June, said Leonards was again ad
judged insane. Petition for appoint
ment of a conservator filed. Hearing
thereon. It appears to court that on
11th day of March, 1964, said Richard
T. Leonards was duly and legally de
clared to be insane in this court and
that he is still insane, and it further
iow appearing to this court in conse
quence of such insanity, he is not cap
able of caring for and taking care of
his property and effects and that a
otiservaior should be appointed as
Hovfded by law. and it further ap
earing to the court that said Richard
P. Leonards has lately acquired prop
erty and effects his safe keeping of
which require the appointment of a
otiservator. It is ordered that the
Moline Trust Ai Savings hank be Bp
pointed conservator of the property
if said Richard T. Leonards and that
letters of conservatorship be issued to
Ireuil I otirl Orler.
LAW June 2. 71. J. E. Rankin vs.
Rock Island county. 111. Assumpsit.
Motion for new trial denied. Judg
ment on the verdict in favor of the
plaintiff and. against the defendant
for $i:'.7.7r. and for costs. Defendant
Xceptfl and prays an appeal to the
appellate court of the second district
vhich is allowed. Bill of exceptions
in ; days.
CHANCERY June lis. 07. Minnie It.
Smiin vs. I-U.vin 1'- warren ei ai.
Bill. Motion by debtors Edwin E. and
Rella Warren to dismiss denied.
lie. James Quinn vs. J. F. Diemer.
Foreclosure. Master ordered to turn
ver to defendant the surplus of
177. Lizzie Weaver vs. Allen Weaver.
Divorce. Cause heard in its regular
order. Finding and decree for com
plainant for divorce, alimony and cus-
torv of minor child as prayed.
2u3. Daniel Wood vs. Clara Conner
t al. Foreclosure. Master's report
lied and approved. Decree of sale.
Heal Kolnlr Transfer.
June 2s.- Horace Marshall to C. II.
Widener. se; 34: wU ne1, ne "I:
ne1 ne1 -n : se , ne ( o-t. -". -e. i .-
T. E. Bowes to Cassie A. Bowes, part
lot 2 and lot 3. block 2: lots 1. 2. 4
IBd 21. block 2: lot 1. block 3; lots 5
and t, block 2: lot 1 and part lot 2.
olock 2. Reynolds. $3,000.
Cassie A. Bowes to T. E. Boes. s
se' i i'J. - w . ..'"".
Enos James to Harriet James, lo.
21. block 1. Dickson's add.. Milani
C. H. Widener to J. W. Ross, true-
tee of the Walnut bank, tract by metei-
and bounds, se1; and ne't r4. SO. 2c.
That Throblriaa Uearfarhe.
Would quickly leave yon. if yon
ised Dr. Kinir's New Life Pills. Thou-
and of sufTerrF have proved their
Tiatehless merit for sick and nervoi;
headaches. They make pure blood
ind build up your health. Only 2oc,
money back if not cured. Sold by
Hartz A Ullemeyer. drugjriats.
This is the s, ason of the vear when
m . . . , . ,
f ft 'if . .r c thMiitrhto turn tuifir, tli.
mountain or the seaside or perhaps
towara turope. says the .New York
There are Nat Goodwin let's see.
he's Nathanial now, isn't he? and his
wife, known on the stage as Missr
kfaxbte Elliott: they went abroad
siime time ago. Mrs. Goodwin is at
their country place, Jackwood. near
London, and Mr. Goodwin is endeavor
ing to tour through the south of
Fiance in his automobile.
Joseph Jefferson is. of course, at
his summer home at Buzzard's Bay.
He spends most of his time fishing;
aud. perhaps, thinking over the ten
weeks' tour that he will take next
Miss Maude Adams is at present on
the Pacific coast, but when her season
ends .'die will hurry east and go to
Lake Ronkonomo, Loug Island, whert
she has a pretty summer home.
Miss Henrietta Crosman and her
husband. Maurice Campbell, have left
for the White mountains. Miss Croc
man will not return till late in Auj
Miss Ethel Barrymore upon her re
turn from London will leave at once
for San Francisco, where she is to
play a summer engagement. Play day-
later for her.
Maclyn Arbuckle has left for his
home in northern New York- to be
exact. W.idi'inirton. N. Y.
Miss Margaret Illington has gone
abroad with her husband. Daniel Froh-
man. It is her first trip to the other
Thomas Q. Seabrooke leaves the Ca
sino every night for Rye. N. Y., and
Eddy Foy goes to Harrison. N. Y.
Miss Lillian Russell is again at Far
Rockaway. but vou will never find her
there on race days.
John Drew is in Europe talking over
next season's plans with Charles Froh-
man, and incidentally seeing perfor-
mances of the play In which he is to
lie seen in New lork next season.
When he returns he will go to his
country house at East Hampton. L. I.
James T. Powers leaves for three
weeks' holiday in New England in a
Chauncey Oleott is singing sweet
songs to the nshes at unset uay.
Mass.. though there are no mavour-
neons or acushlas in Ihe sea.
Miss Julia Marlowe Is spending the
summer in the Catskills. where sb-.
has a cottage.
Kavmond Hitchcock will take a
yachting trip along the coast next
month. It will be brief, however, as
The Yankee Consul" opens in Chi
cago the first week in August.
Richard Mansfield is still playin
but when his tour is ended he wil!
probably go to New London. Conn
and spend much of the time on his
Miss Grace George elects the Jer
sey shore and is summering at Allen
New Jersey, too. has a fascination
for Charles Richman. He is at Allen
De Wolf Hopper and his wife,
known theatrically as Miss Nella Ber-
tren. will ko on a drivinc trip through
the Adirondacks at the conclusion of
their encasrement at Manhattan Beach,
They will stick to the good roads and
carefullv avoid the mountain trails.
io(T.,r"c,.n n AM,.n i srmwlns on-
tatoes up at Yonkers and swapping thG county committee from the re
stori, s down at the oost office. spective wards in conformity with
(Tot-Io RaIIow fa hi MOit in Vtnr.
lish waters. He is one of Ihe feat
Mti.MMiuiii hnnnusMs m:is-
William EL Crane has boon abroad
for some weeks. He has already
"done" London and is now in Paris.
.Tames K. Hachett and his wife. Miss
Mary MannorinK. havo been onjoyinjr
life in the open air in Quebec. Both
are fond of fishing and shooting and
like to got as far away from Broadway
as possible. Newport and Narragansett
usually see them during part of tho
season .when they entertain and are
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Hamer R. McCoy. New
York: .T. Smith. Chicago: W. W. Now
hall. Kansas City: C. T. E. Johnson.
J. M. Carlev. Galesburg: B. R. Smith.
W. Fry. S. Bachrach, Chicago; A. A.
Tool. Green Bay: M. J. Buckley. Mil
waukee: H. W. Ralston. Rock Island:
M. Martin. L. Hutchinson. Chicago:
M. G. Oliphant. Davenport: J. I Lane,
St. Louis; J. P. Brownlie. Peoria: W.
M. Fuller and wife. Des Moines: C. F.
Batchelder. Dixon: P. B. Harmon. Now
York: L. B. Webber. E. S. Netchum.
Chicago: L. Rosenthal. Beloit : J. W
Steil. Sidnev. Ohio: M. Judell. St.
Louis: H. D. Lotspiech. Elmira. N. Y. :
W. B. Mclinahan. C. W. Frodenburg.
C. M. Blower. Chicago: F. H. Mc Ar
thur. Geneseo: J. B. LIckenstack. H.
D. Burtcn. M. Y. Littlefiold. E. W.
Chandler. Chicago: W. R. Ftilkerson,
St. Joseph. Mo.: H. L. Baur. St. Louis:
W. N. MrGovern. New York; C. L.
Lindner. Muscatine: C. E. M. Champ.
At the Harms European J. R.
Peek. Chicago: C. B. Baker. Rock Isl
and: George C. Savage. Kansas City:
E. W. Parker. Cincinnati; H. I. Marin.
New York: H. D. Warfleld. Musca
tine: F. W. Coles. Peoria: C. W.
Smith. Frank A. Newman, F. Von Her-
man. John Hoohheimer. J. T. Wil -
cox. Chicago; J. L. Robson. Burling-
ton: S. Velio. New York: W. S. Zurk.
Chicago: J. W. Phillips and wife.
Kngton: R. W. Gartlick. St. Louis;
T t , o . .-. -.; .. l . Ti . . . -
j .i . m-. oiui-i.yaic. u.uiiuiuiuu, uvular
H. Mason and wife. Chicago: John
Kryl. Boston: Fred T. Hossaman,
Cleveland ; George T. Munch, Colorado
Sprinr? : Laurence F. H-.n. New
York: James L. Nagel. Kansas City:
Henry T. Ligget, Peoria: George E.
Myers. Chicago: R. B. Stockwell. Mil-
.vaukee: Lawrence Hoffman. Bloom
ton - A Billingsworth. Canton
I t t hn 1 i 1.- I 1 i -1 . 1 1 Piiri ouion 1
.x I i ll i rv : i i - 1 . uuioiii an i
Smith. C hicaeo: James Barrie. St
paui; Thornton Hall. Chicago: Charles
Radcliff. El 'in
D. H. Nelson. Chi
cago: G. H. D. Cove, Galesburg; F.
A. Wood. Edgiugton; J. C. Butcher.
Galesburg; M. Brunner. Rtekford; W.
H. Rehiuss. Peoria W. R. Carey. Car
lKn Cliff: George W. Ha.el. Chicago;
I. Baum and wife, I'tica: C. Van Wi
1om:af. , R pituey. Peoria: Abra-
ham Short. Red Wing; Charles Slo
cumb. Green River.
ELKS WILL HAVE ROYAL
TIME AT THEIR MEET
The official program of tl.e annual
aonvesttlon of Eiks. which meets at
Cincinnati. Ohio. July 16 to 21. is out
ami shows that the local delegates
who will attend, will be given the time
f their lift, and that the 'best people
SB earth" will outdo themselves in the
ntertainnitnt of their guests. Ihe
Cincinnati Elks boast of many million
ore:, among the.r uie.nuersnip. an i
these have subscribed liberally t) the
mtertalnmenl fund, and thousands of
dollars will be spent in furnishing ev-
ything that t an in any way contrib
ute to the enjoyment oi ine occasion.
In addition the sister lodges in Cov
ington. Newport and Bellevue. Ky..
will keep open house and visiting Elks
will be accorded a rousing welcome
("all for Democratic County Convrullon.
Pursuant to the resolution adopted
n the democratic county convention.
held in Rock Island May 2G, 1904, the
democratic voters of Rock Island
county are requested to send dele-
gates to the county convention to be
held at the court house in the city of
Rock Island, 111., on the 30th day of
June, A. D. 1904, at 2 o'clock p. m..
for the purpose of nominating one can-
didate for circuit clerk, one candidate
for state's attorney, one candidate for
coroner, and one candidate for sur
veyor, to be voted for in the county of
Rock Island at the general election
held on the Sth day of November, A. D.
1904. and to also select the proper
number of delegates to the congres
sional and senatorial convent ions, and
such other business as may seem ex-
The representation will be one del
egate for every 2" votes and one for
every fraction of that number over 1"
based on the presidential vote of 1900
Rock Island First ward. 9; Second
ward, 12: Third ward, 15; Fourth
ward, 9; Fifth ward, 10; Sixth ward,
12; Seventh ward, 10.
Moline First ward. 7, Second ward.
; Third ward, C; Fourth ward. r;
Fifth ward, 9; Sixth ward, 14; Sev
enth ward. 1.
Andalusia. 2: Black Hawk, 4; Bowl
ing, 1; Buffalo Prarie, f; Canoe Creek, i
2; Coal Valley, 4; Coe, 15; Cordova,
Drury. 4; Edgtngton No. 1, 2; Edging-
ton No. 2. 2; Hampton No. 1. 4: No. 2,
2; No. 3. 2; Rural. .!: South Moline No.
1, C; No. 2, 2; Port Byron. :'.; South
Rock Island, S; Zunia,
Primaries for the election of dele
gates to said convention will be held
in the city of Rock Island, and by ran-
cuses in the city of Moline. in the re
spective wards on the 2fith day of
N"uo- A- n- 1904- Po,,s a,1(l caucuses
to be conducted by the members of
I said resolut ions. In the rural dis
Uriels the delegates elected to Hi
democratic county convention held
May 2C. 1904, wore authorized to act
as delegates to this convention from
their respective districts.
JOHN P. SEXTON, Chairman.
George P. Stauduhar, Secretary.
In all the Baking Powder "Wars'
thai have been intermittently waged
in the last twenty years, there is one
point that has been overlooked by the
belligerent makers of these goods.
Rival manufacturers have contented
themselves with accusing their com
petitOTS of making an unwholesome
product. The question of keeping
quality, and. therefore, efficiency i
raising bread, the only purpose for
which baking powder is used, appears
to have been generally ignored. There
are many powders winch, whin fresh,
and the can is first uncovered, will
do fairly good work, b it after stand
ing for some time on the pantry shelf,
the powder becomes so weak as to be
almost worthless as far as raising
bread is concerned. This is espec
ially true in the ense of tho so-called
"phosphate" powderc. which, were it
not for this fatal difect. would be sat
isfactory baking pon ders. The unsuc
cessful attrmpts lo overcome this
fault of the "phosnhat ." powders has
enlisted the :-.crviees of more chem
ists and cost more money than the
solution of any other problem con
nected with the raising of bread. The
makers of these "phosphato" powders
raise a great cry about the wonderful
health fnlnesn of their product, but
what matters all this if the powder
will not fulfill the only object for
which it is purchased? The housewife
to whom economy is an object will
avofd these "phosphate" powders.
Itheumntlitin I urn! In a !n.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
das. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re-
moves at once the cause and the dis-
Bur-lea?'.' imraed'ctely disappears. The
first dose greatly btnefiu. ,c and
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ond avenue. Rock Island: Gustave
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Tho only real 5 cent cigar to be hail at the
only Real (. igar Store.
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Bad blood is the sourcq oi numerous aches and rains
and the cause of nearly all stubborn, long-continued dis
eases. When the blood pets out of order, disease germs
and poisons of various kinds find their way into the cir
culation and some serious trouble is the result. Rheu
matism, Malaria. Old Sores and Ulcers. Scrofula. Anaemia,
ami many pustular or scaly skin eruptions, like Eczema'
oaii ivunim uuu inter, aave
their beginning in bad blood, ,?fear3 a my blood was bad, as evidenced by
andonlva remedv that enters uf thl'r -vmptom. ou different
. ,- . ? , , pins ot the body. So I concluded to try S. S. S..
into the circulation and de- knowing it to be hlshly apoken of. After umiga
stroys the germs and poisons, number of bottlea my blood was thoroug-hly pun
can Iiave any permanent good ..d'.,and1 wa" relieved ot all eruptions and
it j- t a.i manifestations of impure blood. I believe vnur
CfTcct upon a disease of this 8. S. S. to be an .xcellant blood medicine and
Character. anyone in noed of such medicino would do well
You can't ekeckfa" blood Mrs. c. E. bhokmak.es.
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nit'llt ' tilt Coro5 firwT pnintinnc flint nnnAfir nns 1 o.,rN..n t 1 a .
p J - -w-
only manifestations or symptoms oi
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and stimulates them to greater activity, and strong nerves and rcnewtd
health is the result. 1 If you ha'v any blood trouble, write us. No charge:
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a tonic. The alcohol only 3)4 per cent is
an aid to digestion; a healthful stimulant.
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness cooled in filtered air -and
every bottle is sterilized.
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
It gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
k your doctor what
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ate Diseases of both sexes. Eleven years permanently located in ti,
Davenport, where he has cured thousands of cases of Chronic Dis- 3.
eases pronounced incurable by others, proves conclusively that DU.
WALSH is the Best aasl Most Successful Specialist in the Tri -Cities.
S Dr. Walsh Circs When Others Fail.
X Nervous Debility.
! Sleejilesness, Stricture, Weakness of Men, Failing Memory, Mental
Delusions, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Blood Diseases,
J Scrofula. Piles, and Kidney Disuses.
suffering from Nervous Exhaus' "n.
tion. Neuralgia, Palpitation of ' ie
liar to the yex. should consult Ur.
Lm vast, experience.
4- ItEMEMBEB, IT PAYS To CONSULT THE BEST FIRST,
i Vibra-tion and Electricity
T 20 j-ears' experience has made Dr. Walsh a master of these methods
T of curing chronic diseases. H- uses all forms of Electricity, including
j Faradism, Galvinism, Cataphm -is, SiniMXoitlal, Static and High Frc
... quency Currents.
i. a frequent cause of nervous ud physical decline. Why treat montlm
V with others when we can pos 'iely cure you in from one to three .
4. Only curable ea::es taken. If you cannot call, write. Hundreds .J.
cured by mail.
HOURS: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 a ! 7 to 8 p. m.; Sunday, 11:30 to 1:30p.m.
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Incorporated Under the St. Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on
Money Ixianed on Persoi Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. Ilufonl. I'rfifr'nt.
John CruhaUKh, Vi-e Fresii!
i. OreSssa wait, cash ter.
!.-;...: tin.- bu.-n J .y
and oeenples S. K. corner of
ell & Ljnde's building.
..j-pvui MJ'V .iwi.ivt ui UIC IKHIV ill (J
some internal disorder that cannot be
a 1. aJa r r . m .
ic:iieti Hum me ouibuie. o. a. anttuotcs the poi
sons, humors and acids that are the real cause of
disease, cleanses and enriches the blood, and builds
up at the same time the general health. S. S. S.
invifOMteR all the onr-inc and nnrlc -f 4l..
lit Beer is Good forYou
malt is a food; the hons
he thinks about drinking
Phone him and r&w.
Carae & ohlwetlrr Co
433-1S1 Klevemh St .
Bock slaada in.
CONSULT THE BEST,
DR. J. E. WALSH.
Headache, Backache, Constipa- f"
Heart, or any other disease peen j
Walsh and get the benefit of hia JL
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I. Greensvsratt, 0
Phil Mitchell, rt
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