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THE 'ARGUS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1903.
SALOONS ARE HIT
Judge Cest Enters Order of Ous
ter in Geneseo Quo
STATE LAW HAS PRECEDENCE
Over Special Charter in Governing Ac
tions of the City Council.
Judge W. H. Gesf. in the circuit court
at Cambridge today, rendered his de
cision in the quo warranto proceed
ings brought by the state's attorney
of Henry count v against the saloon
keepers of Geneseo to determine by
mat authority they have been opera
Judge Gest entered a judgment of
ouster, which will have the effect ulti
mately of closing the saloons, unless
relief is afforded in the appellate court,
to which fin appeal, it is understood,
will be taken by the defendants.
The point of contention was wheth
er the state law or the special charter
had precedence in governing the action
of the city council. The court holds
that the state law. which was enacted
subsequently to the granting of the
charter, governed in this instance.
IliMtury of thr l
It will be recalled that after Gene
seo was voted dry the city council
passed a new liquor ordinance by a
majority vote over the veto of Mayor
Hoit. The mayor held that a two
thirds vote would be required, accord
ing to the Illinois statutes.
The aldermen favorable to the sa
loon produce the special charter a
warrant for their position, showing a
clause that provided that a measure
can be carried over th" veto of the
mayor by a majority vote The city
clerk was thereupon ordered to issue
licenses to tlie l' saloonkeepers, an 1
their places of business wr re reopen-
and have since been running.
A WINTER LONGING.
I want lii-iir th-- lio.-n y ! i s a-s:nifiii'
Hllft mi' l-w.
An' )i-:ir tin- I'm us' h;itl r In the nonn-
iliiv's !ire;i t lile.-s (.low;
I want In Mil- H the l'r;i Lrraiiei- from the
w.tviri' i Iovi r-fi' M
An' see tin- WiiridriMls J.ii tlll'i-S that the
Mummer tw.Ii;hl ioM.
I want to take mv -. 1 1 : i- .fT. :in knew
that it ean htay.
An' hwIiih out in a lianirnoi k. or H'
tishin' ti the Itay.
I've lrtie rnv share o- kirkin', but I take
it haek ci mi ! t e,
I'm wisliiir fur the ..pr il.ivs. with their
K"'1 eld-fash ii meil heat.
Kaucy i'pples at. Weekel's.
Call for Improved Zazaro.
Oranges 10 cents at Workers.
Weekel's best flour only $l.r.".
Lage-Waters for fine footwear.
Attend the real sale at Lloyd's.
Trl-City Towell Supply company.
Insure with Goldsmith &. MoKee.
For bus, baggage,cxpress,call Robb's.
For "bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Buy your valentines at Trefz & C'o.'s.
The city council met is Monday even
ing. For real estate and insurance, E. J
Comic and fancy valentines at Trefi
& Co .8.
Carpet headquarters. Clemann X.
Plenty of rabbits o:iiy 1" cents
iipiece at Sel'e Uns.
The stage of water was IX-" at C a.
in., and 4.70 at i:o:i.
Swift's and Sai.'a Clans nap lo bars
for 25 cents at Weckel's.
Real sale, real bargains. Seeing Is
believing. Come and see. Lloyd's.
W. H. Siemon will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 5716.
Wailine & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 170. new 5SM
Clemann & Salzmann can save you
money on furniture, carpets or stoves.
Attend the grand valentine mask ball
at Armory hall Tuesday evening. Feb.
Attend the grand valentine ma.sk ball
at Armory hall Tuesday evening. Feb.
Peanut candy and taffy 10 cents per
pound at Peterson's, 1314 Third ave
nue. All the newest things in fancy val
entines at moderate prices at Trefz c
Pork cuts of all kinds fresh every
5r For over HO yearsSS
baa proven to be th iwt thtra I for
VAHIOU ItiibUltiUtlW WlUltiUIUIlUO
F. Richtcr & Co.
215 Peart Street,
w New York, sjjk
morning at Gilmore's packing house
he 15 per cent discoirntsale on ev
erything still continues at Young At
The monthly membership meeting
of the Rock Island Club will be held
Mrs. Austin's famous Pancake Flour,
made from the three great staffs of
life: wheat, corn and nee.
Our line of parlor furniture cannot
be duplicated. No trouble to show
goods. Clemann & Salzmann.
To have the most delicious, brown
cakes for breakfast, mix only cold
water with Mrs. Austin's Pancake flour.
All grocers sell it.
Our carpet department was never
more complete. Estimates cheerfully
given. Irices guaranteed the iowest.
Clemann & Salzmann.
Report your changes to Stone's city
directory, office northeast corner Sec
ond avenue and Eighteenth street, or
call up old phone 553 L.
The onJy way to be sure that you
are getting bargains is to take advan
tage of the 15 per cent discount on
everything at Young & McCombs".
The members of the L. E. S. club
met last evening at the home of Glenn
Bradford, C02 Eighteenth street. A
constitution and bylaws were adopted.
You are sure to get a bargain when
purchasing of Young & McCombs'.
during the 15 per cent discount sale
on everything. This will not last long.
Pork tenderloins, tpare ribs, neck
bones, pork trimmings. Boston butts,
and ail kinds of pork cuts received
fresh every morning at Gilmore's pack
ing house market.
The friends and pupils of Mrs. W. G.
Maxson will be pleased to learn that
she is recovering from her serious ill
ness at her home on Twentieth street.
and is now able to be about again.
We have an exceptionally large line
of rugs in all the newest colorings, in
fact we are showing more patterns in
our carpet department than you'll find
elsewhere. Clemann & Salzmann.
The Retail Merchants' association
meets Monday evening. It expects a
report at that meeting from the com
mittee apM)inted to draft resolutions
in reference to the new street railway
Every article with the least smell of
smoke, with water spots, or soiled from
the fire at McCabe's store, will be
cleaned out, regardless of past value
or cost. Now is your chance for a nice
"The Five Downward and Five Up
ward Stops of a Certain Young Man's
Life" will be the subject of the address
at the meeting of the Salvation Army
at the barracks on Second avenue this
Jewelry, china, glassware, house fur
nishings, horse gxds, curtains and
lra)cries are among the articles af
fected by the welting at McCabe's.
You pick these goods at great reduc
Because the date of the Inspection
of Company A conflicts, the annual
masquerade ball to have been given
by Fay Hawes camp, II. N. A., at the
rmory Feb. 15 has been postponed
one week or till Feb. 23.
McCabe's ad notes a few of the
many items to be closed out quick on
.'eeoiint of smoke and wafer. The goods
in t'ie big Third avenue store were not
injured, and the big drives offered from
this section are for the purpose of
centering business at McCabe's during
the smoke and water clearance sale.
SPRING TRADE IS
OPENING UP WELL
Despite Weather Drawback Distribi
tion of Merchandise is Satisfactory.
New York, Feb. 11 Bradstreet's
Spring jobbing has at last begun to
expand, and reports of improvement
come from west, northwest and the far
west. Dry goods, shoes, groceries.
hardware, millinery and lumber at
wholesale have all sold better of late,
and certainly in larger volume than at
this date a year ago, while the latter
period, however, saw somewhat of a
Industry remains as active as here
tofcre and iron trade confirms best re
ports heretofore made in statistics
showing production and consumption
the heaviest ever recorded. Money is
still phenomenally easy and temporary
check to heavy outgo of gold is noted.
Some benefits from climatic conditions
are noted, likewise some-drawbacks.'
Anthracite coal demand has been
stimulated at the east and prices are
very firm. The west has taken more
freely of bituminous grades, which are
reported in rather better supply there.
The general undeitone is still one of
undiminished confidence in a large
trade when winter's grip is finally
broken and mild weather arrives.
Reports to Bradstreet's indicates a
gain of C per cent in the gross re
ceipts of railroads over the same
month last year.
on itu a ry.
Mrs. Nancy Bailey, widow of Thom
as Bailey and a pioneer of Rock Isl
and county, died of heart faiure at
l':U0 a. m. Thursday at the home of
her daughter in Cedar Rapids. She
was the daughter of the late Luciu
Wells, one of the very earliest of tho
pieneers of the county. Funeral ser
vices wore held this morning at II;
from the Congregational church of
Mrs. Elizabeth Kroll was buried
yesterday afterr.o. n in Caippiannoek
ccmettry. The funeral services, which
were attended by a Iaj-ge number of
sorrowing friends, wore conducted at
2 o'clock at the residence. 7:12 Seven
teenth street, by Rev. R. B. Williams,
pastor tf the First Methodist church.
The pallbearers were J. W. S'ewarf,
J. W. Tromann, Fred rk Lr: inlph.
J. L Freeman. Emil Waim-. and
F. J. Math.
Lavina Thomas. widow . ' Jo'm
Thomas, former residents of ''oo town
ship, died last week at La Moille. 111.
The. family moved to I-a Moil'e after
Mr. Thomas' death a number of years
The Valentine Tea.
The Valentine tea and sale of fan
cy articles at Villa de Chantal. on the
14th Inst., promises to be a delightful
affair. The hours are from 2 to S p.
in. The young ladies are leaving noth
ing undone to insure a delightful af
ternoon and evening for all who re
tIoiid to their invitation. The hours
appointed will make it easy for the
gentlemen to drop in. Refreshments
will be sorved. The proceeds will go
to the building fund of the Sisters of
Villa de Chantal.
MANY FEEBLE MINDED
WOMEN IN ILLINOIS
Board of Charities Finds There Are
Approximately 700 in the
The state board of charities has been
collecting data concerning feeble-mined
women in Illinois outside the state
institutions. Some remarkable facts
have been discovered and the reports
received from some of the authorities
throughout the state have been the
basis of considerable humor. The
board has found, however, that on
June CO, 1903. there were 123 feeble
minded women in 51 county alms
houses. A year later reports were re
ceived from 95 out of the 102 counties,
showing a total of 233 women of this
class' confined in the almshouses. To
learn how many such women were re
ceiving county help outside custodial
care was a more difficult task. To do
this the board sent blanks to every su
pervisor in the state, 1,714 in all. Not
all these supervisors reported, but re
plies were received from some in every
county except Brown, Cass. Edwards,
Pulaski, Scott, Union and Williams.
In all 704 supervisors submitted data
and 10 townships are found to be giv
ing aid to 102 feeble-minded women
outside the almshouses, and that their
own families are caring for 237. Add
ing the three- numbers, we have a total
of 57G feeble-minded women not un
der the care of the state. There are
probably enough more not reiorted to
increase the number to about 7i0. The
board contends for the care of these
unfortunates in state institutions.
Inspection Company A.
Monday evening Company A. I. N.
G.. will be inspected by Capt. Joseph
Gilbreth, 27th infantry, l S. A. The
company has been working hard dur
ing the winter and expects to make a
creditable showing at the inspection.
The following roster has been prepar
ed by Capt. Dunavin to submit to
Capt. Edward Dunavin, First Lieut.
Ben Koch; Sehill. Oberg. Souders. Sny
der. Ehrhorn, Hart. Scott, Roberts.
Tinda'.l. Sangren. Don. Frazer, Hoff
man, Duckworth, Fullmer. Jonassen,
Stewart. Blake. Mc.Mantis. SchifTer.
Allars. Eriekson. Simpson. Shinstrom,
Chase, Boag. Swansen. Marsden, Wads
worth. Wat kins. C. Rahn, W. Rahn,
Moiir.e TLrning Indian.
Throe tribes of Kd mm were form
ed in Moline las: evening, taeh with
a meml?r.-hip of 25. King Philip tribe
of Moline is the largest lodge in the
state, having a membership of 301.
Public is Aroused.
The public is aroused to a knowl
edge of the curative merits of that
great medicinal tonic. Electric Bitters,
for sick stomach, liver and kidneys.
Mary H. Walters, of 54G St. Clair ave
nue. Columbus, O., writes: "For sev
eral months. I was given up to die. I
had fevr and ague, my nerves were
wrecked ; I could not sleep, and my
stomach was so weak, from useless,
doctors' drugs, that I could not eat.'
Soon after beginning to take Electric
Bitters. I obtained relief, and in a
short time I was entirely cured."
Guaranteed at Hartz & Uliemeyer's
drug store; price 50 cents. 1
All wet and smoked goods in
the $50,000.00 stocK in the Second
avenue store marked at a great
sacrifice. Must be closed out at
3 ' dr vjyuwai
' Located temporarily on the second
floor, near elevator. fc,yes exam-
lnatl f ru f ilinrrn l-wi on DTnort
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND optician
nock is LAN D,l Ll.
China and Glassware
YOU know that water and smoke don't hurt
these, of course they are soiled and dirty,
wash them and they are as good as ever. The
trouble is many pieces got broken and sets are
not now all complete, and the savtng to you
here is even greater than on wet goods. Take
what we have, no duplicates.
Genuino Haviland China
Dinnerware where sets are
not complete cut to Just
Plates, 20c, 25c and 40c
Milk and cream Jugs all
Platters, 85c, 51.00 and
When you can buy at
these prices you are not
likely to hesitate.
Hapbsburg China from Ba
varia, not complete sets,
will be closed out in the
Plates 10c, 13c and 15c
Covered dishes round and
Covered rafter dishes, 50c
Fruit sauA'8, 7c
Beautiful Cups and Sau
cers many of them gems
from famou) foreign pot
teries -got in the water
and dirt, some ar missing
and price are cut ridi
German China decorated
cups and saucers, worth
23c for 10c.
On lo. French,. English
and Japanese China cups
affa saucers, worth up to
60c for 23c.
Handsome French China.
75c, $1.00 and J1.23 tups
and saucere, 49c.
The finest French China
cups and saucors cut 50
per cent and 75 per cent
to close ouick.
Lots of Plates that were
wet and soiled cut to the
ouick for rapid selling.
Plenty of bargains here.
American Porcelain Din
nerware only a. few Items,
but at reductions like
Platters 15c, 25c and 43c.
Bowls 10c each.
Jugs 9c to 19c
Oat meal bowls, 10c.
Butter pads 22o, etc., etc.
LAMPS GOT VERY WET
The prices will make short
work of them.
One lot decorated lamps,
worth ud to PAA
51.00, are JC
Larjre Parlor Lamps, deco
rated, worth up A7
to $2. for OiZ
Those handsome metal
Lamps of high art values,
that were thoroughly wet,
prices cut deeply as they
must be sold at once.
Our fine bric-a-brac was
directly under the wrrst
delupe of water. These
ara mercilessly cut In price;
Dainty Vases and Orna
ments, worth up
to 11-75, at ....
VAg lot of Japanese Art
Pieces, Royal Bonn Vases.
Bronzes, etc. worth up to
$13.50. Ui three lots at
All that are left of the
Ilousefumishtngs in the
basement that were at all
wet will be hustled white
they last at almost any
price, elthex reasonable or
unreasonable, but go they
600 pairs Irish Pulnt. Point de
Calais. Arabian ar 1 Ronaissunee
Iace Curtains, former rrloe nr to
o.uu a pair all in one
These curtains w-to or.lv s!:cht!y
mussed by quick handling during
the tire. No water there.
50 Tapestry Couch Covers, practi
cally untouched with the pnioke
worth up to $4.00 jf . ab C 1 O
quick at $2.9S. S2.13. U if
Jl-37 and ) I I 4
One esse Cotton TCo OA
Blankets, full r-.r.o, "iMf
at pair OOv
600 D-iirs 'Cotton ri'.nkets. but
sllghtlv mussi. f
$1.45. $1.35. $1.10. KUrt
&5c and JCf V
100 pairs Wool Bl xnkets f fl OO
sanitary Krayr ?3. 00 i r
value, at pair jj 1 aJv
10 sets Single Barn ss Mi-t about
half price $S.50. (? O ( P"
$7.33. $5 25 UK
1.000 yards Hunparifi-Cloth IVnims
and Cretonnes, worth 111
up to 38c. at 3e. lGc I
Horse Blankets and Ijtp Robes, con
siderably wet way below c"st ut
$2.75. $1.75. $1.45. f
$1.25. 95c, 49c "iWP
THE SPECIAL, great values In
the Dry Gocxip and other de
partments of the bis Third ave
nue store, prices in keeping with
the main event, will continue all
during the smoke and water
sale of the Second avenQe building.
150 Fine Watches and
Movements XA to Yi
WALTTIAM, Elgiu, Hamilton, and nearly
all movements men's and women's
watches in gold filled, solid gold, enamel and
silver cases, all come, under the hammer. We
are determined to close them all out. Ik's a
golden opportunity; stop lively if you are in
terested in securing a reliable time piece at a
price anyone can afford to buy.
1,000 Pins, Brooches. Buckles, Cuff
Buttons, Novelties, etc., etc. vorth from -5c
to $3.00, in gold, Sterling silver, gold filled,
etc., new goods bought for the Christmas trade
hardly touched with water. All out I A
on the counter at 9;e, 7"e, 50c, -oc and.. 1UL
$3,000 Worth of Solid Silver Table
Ware, Odd Spoons and pieces marked at
wholesale prices Here's your chance to
stock up at a big saving.
Finest Leather PocKet Boohs,
Purses and Bill Books, plain and sterling sil
ver and gold mounted, in our jewelry stock.
Prices cut right in two. 10. 00 Pocket Books
for $5.00, $7.00 qualities for $3.50, $5.00
Pocket Books for JJ2.50, $2.00 Bill Books for
$ 1.00, and so on. You can't oven smell tlHj
smoke on these.
Beautiful Opera Glasses at 25
and 50 Reduction
00 Le Maire finest made Opera Glasses, all
perfect--at one-fourth and one half former price.
ClocKs at Less Than Cost of
Frames slightly soiled, but the works are
all in absolutely perfect condition.
Marble, Onyx, Iron, China ami Gold Clocks,
finest grade of works, nothing wioug with
them but a few water spots $2 4.00 to QQ
$2.00 clocks marked from $12.00 to OdL
Chicago, Feb. 11. Following are the
quotations in today's markets:
Mav, llf., 117. II614. 116.
Julv, 100, 101Vi. 100, 101.
September, 92, 92, 92, 92.
Miy. 4:., 4G. 43. 40.
July, 4f.. 47, 4G. 40.
September, 47. 47'i, 4G"4, 47 Vi
Oats. May, 30, r.o. :',, r.o.
July, JJOVi. 30, S'H2. 30.
September, 29, 29, 29, 29.
May, 12.S7, 12.92, 12.85, 12.87.
July. 12.97, i:j.00, 12.95. 13.00.
May, 0.92, fi.95, 0.92. 6.95.
July, 7.03, 7.07, 7.05, 7.07.
May, 0.S5, C..S7, C..S5, 0.87.
July, 7.00, 7.00, 7.", 7.0u.
Receipts today Wheat 8, corn 212,
oats 8S, hogs 10,000, cattle 300, sheep
Hog market opened strong to 5c.
Irgher. Light 4.0fft4.92. mixed and
butchers 4.70f5.05, good heavy 4.75(Ti;
5.05, rough heavy 4.75 'TJ 4.80.
Cattle market opened unchanged.
Sheep market opened unchanged.
Hogs at Omaha 5,000, cattle 150.
Hogs at Kansas City 4,000, cattle 400.
V. S. Yards, S:40 a. m. Hog market
strong to 5c higher. Light 4.60fi4.92,
mixed and butcrers 4.7005.05, good
heavy 4.75 fi 5.05, rough heavy 4.75 li
Cattle market unchanged. Beeves
3.230.10, cows and heifers 1.2004.05,
srockers and feeders 2.000 4.35.
Sheep market unchanged.
Hog market closed strong to shade
higher. Light 4.CO0 4.9O, mixed and
butchers 4.700 5.00, good heavy 4.750
u.oo. rough heavy 4. 750.4. SO. .
Cattle market closed unchanged.
Sheep .market closed unchanged.
New York Stocks.
New York. Feb. 11 Sugar 14 i, Gas
l"s. C. R. I. & P. 21. Southern Pa
cific 00, H. & O. 106, Atchison com
mon 88. Atchison preferred 102, C.
M. AL- St. P. 176. Manhattan 174. Cop
ier 74. V. T. Tel. Co. 93 li. N. Y.
Central H7, L. & N. 137. Reading
common 95, Canadian Pacific 134,
leather common 13 , B. It. T. 62,
Pacific Mail 47, 1'. S. Steel preferred
91. U. S. Steel common 31, Penna
140, Missouri Pacific 106. Union
Pacific 122. Coal and Iron 81, Erie
common 43, Wabash preferred 44,
C. & G. W. 22. Illinois Central 157.
Car Foundry 34, Republic Steel pre
ferred 75, Republic Steel common
New York. Feb. 11. Reserve de
crease, $8,805,000; less V. S. decrease,
$S,S03,50O; loans increase. $14,019,300;
specie decrease. $1,742,500; legals de
crease. $2,504,500; deposits increase,
$5,092,000; circulation increase, $120,-400.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Feb. 11. Following are
the wholesale quotations In the local
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery 30c, dairy 22c.
Eggs Fresh 25c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens 9c
per pound , hens 8c per pound, ducks
10c. turkeys 13c to 14c.
Vegetables Potatoes 40c.
Feed and Fuel.
firain Corn SS04Oc, oats320 34c.
Forage Timothy hay $10010.50,
prairie $9.5O0$1O, straw $0.0007.00.
Wood Hard, per load, $30 5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13014c. slack,
per bushel, 7c to 8c.
Cattle Steers $3.000 4.50.
heifers $2.000 3.75. calve? 3.000 6.00.
Hogs Mixed and butchers $1,000'
Sheep Yearlings or over $3.00
$3.00, Iambs $3,000 $7.00.
Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
The efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm in the relief of rheumatism is
being demonstrated dally. Parker
Triplett, of Grigsby. Va., says that
Chamberlain's Pain Balm gave him
permanent relief from rheumatism in
the back when everything else failed,
and he would not be without it. For
sale by all leading druggists.
The Sunshine of Spring.
The salve that cures without a scar
is IX; Wt it's Witch Hazel Salve. Cuts,
burns, boils, bruises and piles disap
ptar before the use of this salve as
snow before the sunshine of spring.
Miss H. M. Middleton. Thebes, 111.,
says: "I was seriously afHicfcl with
a fever sore than was very painful.
I De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured m
j in less than a week." Get the gen
; uine. Sold by all druggists.
J. IX Runyan, of Butlerville. O.. laid
the peculiar disappearance of his pain
ful symptoms, of indigestion and bili
ousnesKK to Dr. King's New Life Pills.
He ays: "They are a perfect rem
edy, for dizziness, sour Ffomach. head
ache, constipation, etc Guaranteed itj
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store, price
25 cents. J
Ge Your Stomach a Rest '
Your food must be properly digested
and assimilated to be of any value to
you. If your stomach is weak or dis
eased take Kodol Dys-pepsia Cure. It
digests what you eat and gives the
stomach a rest, enabling it to recuper
ate, take on new life and grow strong
again. Kodol cures sour stomach. ga3.
bloating, heart palpitation and all di
gestive disorders. Sold by all druggists.
Mothers be careful of your children.
There is no baby medicine in the world
as good as Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. It makes the little ones stron?.
healthy and active. 35 cents. T. H.
This coupon will entitle any
lady to a 10 per cent discount
on Ladies' Tailoring and Dress
making. Cut out this coupon,
sign your name and bring it to
us this month and have it signed
and it will entitle you to a 10
Ier cent discount as long as you
wish to hold it.
MEN TAKE DR. WALSH'S
successful treatment, if j-ou are suffering from Nervous Debility, Ex
haustion, Drains, Physical Dec line, Blood Poison, Varicocele, Failing
Memory, Mental Delusions, Hydrocele, Dyspepsia, Piles, Bronchitis,
Liver or Kidney "Diseases, and regain ycur Health, Strength and Vigor.
mm win." Wwj.'"KI 1?? 'VT
EX AM IN A TION FREE.
DR. J. E. WALSH.
You need Dr. Walsh's Special Treatment if you are suffering from
1'terine or Ovarian Diseases, Nervous Exhaustion, Rheumatism, Head
ache, Backache, Constipation, Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart, or
any other chronic disease.
that Dr. Walsh is the only specialist who ever remained In the trl
cities over two years. You also know ho has been located in Daven
port 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
is because he cures his patients.
Electricity in all forms; Vibration, etc. Dr. Walsh's Treatment Is O
...iiL u -. u -ii O
OTflllifl .tiic? itavn vi Mil.
Only Curable cases taken. If You cannot call, write.. Hundreds
cured by mail.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m., Sunday, 11 to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough building 124 West Third street, Davenport,
' II. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDCE,
II. B. SIMMON,
I nnr-rfl Pnnulapitv
To cure constipation and liver trou
bles by gently moving the bowels andj
acting as a tonic to the liver. takj
Little Early Risers. These famous
little pills are mild, pleasant and harm-
i ; less, but effective and sure. Their j
! i universal use for many years is a'
strong guarantee of their popularity and
i i usefulness. SoM by all druggists.
I For weak digestion. Ix lching or sour
! stomach, use Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and you wN -t
quick relief. For Ealo by all leading
Central Trust s Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, I LI
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Slork $100,000. Fuar Vrr Oat latrrrat raid IraJta.
C. J. Larkin, H. II. Cleaveland, II. D. Mack,
J. J. LaVelle, Mary E. Robinson, John Schaier,
II. E. Casteel, E. D. Sweeney, M. S. Heagy,
L. D. Mudge, II. W. Tremana H. 13. Simmon.
TRUST D EPARTMENT.
Khtar.es and property of all kinds' are rnjnaged by this depart
n. em. utiich i kept entirely separate from the banking business of
, he .ufitny. v i- uri as executor of and trustees under Wills, Ad
i.n.ii; ralor. Guardian and Conservator of KLates.
Receive, and a.-.-'-.nee of insolvent estates; General financial
ager-t for Don-refi ieuts, women, invalids and others.
SOLD LAST YEAR "J
St. and No
Address, S20 Sixth street.
Rock Island, 111.
No one would be bothered with con
stipation if everyone knew how natur-
ially and quickly Burdock Blood Bitters
COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOO reulates the stomach and boweLs.
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