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THE ARGtTS, FRIDAV. FEBRUARY 24, 1005.
. HEGE'S CURE
Grateful Letter from the Well-Known
Passenger Agent of the B. dt 0.
R. R. Washington, D. C. .
AFTER DOCTORS FAIL
Mr. S. B. Ilcgc, passenger apent of
the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Wash
ington, D.C., one of the bcst-knon
railivad iikh of
sends the follow
ing grateful iet
to t!:.' Cuticur.i
Remedies, I mtu now rsd el tV...t lc.;r
ful pest, weeping cccr. !: llw l.:-t
time in three ycar. It i-.it .ip;.ic.l
on the hack of my hind in the f ri
of a little pimple. ;to itito si rr.il
blotches, and then on t.iy ear at:.!
ankles. Thcr Mere eciotv.:;;!y piin
ful becauscof the tchi::i; au.i buitir
sensation, and :ay r. Alter the
first dav's treatment with Ct.tu-ur.i
Soap, Ointment, a:: ! Fill.-., t'.-i re j
Tery little of the burr.:r. i:chlrv,
and the cure now st eals t be i o;.:
tdete. I h.Il tx- j;l.id to in reliev
ing others suScriti); as 1 wa. ami you
xnav use ray litter as you wish,
(signed) S.' B. lies', V.'shingxon,
D.C., June 9. '0.4
For Every Humor from Iniancy
to Arc Price SL00
Consisting of Cuticura Soap, to clcinse
the skin, Cuticura Ointment, to heal
the skin, and Cuticura Resolvent
Pills, to cool and cleanse the blood,
may now he h id of all rtrnists. A
tingle set is often sufficient to cure
the most torturing, disfiguring, itch
ing, burning, and scaly humours, ec
zemas, rashes, and irritations, from
infancy to age, when all else fails.
("nfi-'urm e"t. otntir.r.!. nd Pi!! mrf x'M thriishout
Ih rr J. I'.,itcr Kruir b m. Corp . rSjUrto.,i,ioii.
HOW TO SEE
S275 and Upward.
Membership for a portion only
of any particular tour, under
a competent fjuide or an inde
pendent ticket may be secured.
Special Tour For
Teachers and Older Pupils.
E. H. YOUNG.
1019 Allegheny Ave. Allegheny, Pa
Chicago Dental Company
OFFICE 1617i SECOND AVENUE.
and removal of nerves done by us. and
the best and most careim treatment
given to all cases.
We have a patent thin elastic plate
with natural gums that fits in ail cases
and when others fail. Y.'e use no cheap
material in our office, for our work is
all guaranteed to be rqual to the high
est priced dentists ar.d to be first class
in every reelect. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling 9 .25
Gold Platinum Filling .50
Silver Filling .50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Gold Crow no, 22 k.. $4 and $5.... 4.00
Thin Elastic Plates 10.00
Best Red Rubber Plates 10.00
O other 5.00
OFFICU 1607H SECOND AVENUE
Over Speidel's Drug Store
DR. C. 8. MARSHALL.
FRANK A. FREDERICKS.
Schrelner Shop, 1121 Fourth
Jobklaar fnwmptXj dear. la
4W aa MrrB doara aptf-la!-ty.
Satlafacttoa graaraatrL" Ilcw
Idrmrr, 413 Ulereaia atrct. Old
akaai writ KZ.
Uunique Bankruptcy Case.
Referee Helmick has received from
De Moines the pajsers in bankruptcy
In the case of Clara I. Bethel, the Lye
Claire school teacher, who recently
made application to enter bankruptcy,
but claimed not to have the money nec
essary" to pay the required fees, amount
ing to Her application has been
hung up in Des Moines ever since, and
now that her attorney has paid the
necessary fes. the parcrs !'av been
forwarded to Referee Helnikk in this
c.ty and the lint meeting or creditors
st-t for March C. Mrs. Itlul claims
that $90 is due her as salary from the
school district, but that this sum is
tit-il up by garnishment procr edings in
st it tied against her. The schedule of
liabilities fi!et by the bankrupt gives
the total amount at The total
assets are given as $21.".. of which
amount $11.1 is claimed to be exempt.
Medicine May Have Been Fatal.
What caused the death of P.aby Ma
son, the 2 months-old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mason, is a question that
is nw uppermost in the mind of Cor
oner l.atubach. The inquest to ascer
tain this cause was begun Wednesday
afternoon, and after the testimony of
all the witnesses had been heard an
adjournment was taken until' tomor
row, in order that Dr. Stoecks may
have time to complete tin- analysis of
the baby's stomach. The present in
dications point strongly to the proba
bility that the little one came to its
death through the continued use of
Godfrey's Cordial, administered by the
mother with good intentions, but in
ignorance of the danger of the reme
dy when used in large doses, and es
pecially in the case of nitre infants. It
was pointed out at the inquest that
whenever the litle one cried or the
mother wished to put it to sleep, that
it would be given some of the cordial
which was always kept in the house.
Firemen in Banquet.
Members of the Veteran Volunteer
Firemen's association and their friends
assembled about the banquet board at
Lahrmann's hall Wednesday evening,
wh n the double anniversary of tne
17.1rd anniversary of the birth of
George Washington and the 2'.nh of the
Hill opera house fire, which destroyed
For three generations
sickly children have
been cured by
Tf yoor cWld 1 and tretfnl : plrki at th
ttome ; Knnla Ibe telb ; liaa thin, pale cliwU, foul
lifilli, ditrk Tin under rym; M tronblwl wiih
fevennhr.rf, bed-wetll!iu.dtArrhFa, disturbed iltp,
kit-it Kn-kapoo Worm KiUer without dlay. 8 it
lni:ur m-hat frwfita follow mn rlrt iIoch. 25c
drunicina or by mail. Samples and advice free.
KICKAP0O MEDICINE CO., Clintonville. Conn.
t nl!o-.v tay picture published for th
tx'iiMii of any nne who may b annoyed
attli il.-.udruff. My head was simply covered
iiu i:. nmt my hair came out dreadfully.
Mr tunil lKh.i1 continually. I was ad
lst ly my doctor to try G'rmtKllt.
I lnl. ami sinrf have "topped the Itching,
rurnl the dandruff, and a to my hair. It
fur Itself. i kIiiiM never be without
t U.!T of Orraa-KII. Mrs. N. Allen,
H-'j'Went Ohio St., Chicago.
I make thl swrorn statement for the
teotit of other peoiie who ar bald or
fettirii: that way. I hare been bald for 14
enr. and on the 14th of July on rear ago
I orm-jenr-ed the tie of ;erm-a-Kl!a. The
p i t ni-.- without hair is a correct on of
mv-if a I hate leen. and the one with
the hair on It a I am now since I nsed
fierro a Klla. My hair rt came otit after
I had worn a sealskin cap, which I thick
th rause in 3 year after I was en
rhely ti!d. I may ay In 0 days after
j;nir (ierui a Kl!a I noticed a new crowtb
People addressing me will pleae Inclowe
tmp for answer. Anirtut Frederics
.-h j.'ti.S6 Cass Street. Milwaukee. Wis.
your head ItthT Jf ao. this rerm U
lurkins In your scalp. Thla perm foa aee
ere i i'S.rHn times Its natural alie. How
vrr. thi Is j-.it as It look under a power
fi:l mlvrowj. It can be foncd
o any scalu that his dandruff.
Some jwople hare as many rl
two or three thousaad. Cerm-a-Ki'a
dtrovs thia term and
r-aiis the bair t crow: besides
m ot ca of dandruff, atopa
Ssir f'::nj out, Iti a rery short
Mti-e. jit up In 5'c bottlea oolr.
Thu totf. t s iarre as mot
iluir bottien. We aife o. fre
atnt.'e. One TO rent bottle will Show for
:f Addr .-.It mall order to Tb
;erm a KPa Medicine Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
frr wie hy a!i drucslsra.
tUTTHIS OUT m GIVE IT ToloME
FnlEKO. YCU MAY KOT SEE IT ASAIM.
&jr'I;V-.t ':.. T
'a quarter of a block on the northwest
! corner of Third and Drady streets,
which the veteran firemen fought In a
temperature of 3 degrees below zero.
Officer Frank Huber rlaced a man
by the name of Frank V.. Scott under
arrest, on the charge of violation of
his parole. He is wanted in I'oik
county. The man was arrested upon
information showing that he had been
committed to the inebriate asylum at
Mt. Pleasant. May 21. 1904. and on
Feb. 7 last was paroled by Gov. Cum
mins on condition that he report at
stated intervals, should not leave the
state, and refrain from drinking.
Scott left his home in Polk county and
left the state also, coins to Rock Isl
and, where he got in a beastly state of
intoxication. In this condition became
over to Davenport, where he was pick
ed up by Officer Huber. He was lodg
ed in jail here until an officer from the
Mt. pleasant asylum came here after
Bank Sues Bank.
H. J. McFariand, trustee of the L.nk
of Dixon, has entered 6uit in the I'nited
States court for the southern district
of Iowa, at Davenport, against the
New Liberty Savings bank and George
Leuders. its receiver. Mr. McFarland
sues an accounting for and the recov
ery of 23 notes, amounting to a total
of $31,702.27. which are alleged to be
in the possession of the New Liberty
bank and which it is claimed right
fully belong to the bank of Dixon. It
is also claimed that there is a balance
of $1.2SS.S:j due the Dixon bank from
the New Liberty bank, as well as 10
shares of stock of the Farmers' & Mer
chants' bank of Lansford, N. D., of the
par value of $1,Cum, making a grand to
tal of $34,551.10 that is alleged to 00
due the bank of Dixon from its sister
bank of New Liberty.
Viaduct is Done.
It took four years for Mayor riiiliirs.
first by resolute work as an alderman
in the city council ami later by his ef
forts as mayor, to secure the widening
f Fillmore street beneath the C, It. I.
& P. tracks. Yesterday Mayor Pnil
lips. who has worked for this improve
mmt since first elected to the city
council announced that the work of
building the concrete abutments and
installing the steel bridge had been
completed. The railway company has
installed a wooden railing on the north
and south sides of those who walk
alongside the tracks. All that now re
mains to be done is the proper grading
)f Fillmore street which will be taken
up as sxn as the frost is sufficiently
nit of the ground to warrant the ven
:tire. Obituary Record.
Word lias come of the death at Troy,
N. Y., of Louis Jemme, a pioneer brass
rounder who, prior to the middle '7o's,
operated a brass foundry here on the
levee at the foot of Rock Island street.
From Daveniort deceased removed
irst to Nova Scotia and thence to
Troy, N. Y. Deceased leaves a wife
and grown up family.
Big Cocking Main.
What the sports declare to have been
one of the best cocking mains seen for
many a day took place Wednesday
night at one of the resorts in the west
end, a short distance outside the city
limits. Five matches were pulled oil,
one of which lasted for over an hour
before one of the game cocks ft 11 over
and its lifeless body lay in the pit.
Death of a Negro.
Frank Gregory, a negro aged about
60 years, died yesterday at the Scott
county hospital. For many years he
had been a retainer of Mrs. J. H. IJetry
hill, of Seventh and llrady streets.
Government Agent Here.
C. V. Savior, of Washington. D. C.
special agent of the department of
agriculture, in ehargS of investigations
into the adaptability of parts of the
United States to the growing of sugar
beets and detailed to lend a helping
hand and foster the industry wherever
the conditions ar adaptable to the in
dustry, was in Davenport yesterday,
and gives the sugar factory movement
here an unqualified indorsement that
is the most encouraging word it has
yet received, excepting possibly the en--ouraging
letters that have come from
Secretary Wilson himself. Mr. Saylnr
-ame to confer with the people who are
nterested in the movement, and went
in to Eldridge Wednesday evening and
addressed the meeting held there in
the interest of the factory movement.
C., P. &. St. L. Railway.
Only one change of cars from Peoria
:o Hot Springs, Eureka Springs, Gal
veston, Houston, San Antonio, Mobile,
New Orleans, and Florida points. Only
through car line to St. Louis.
Round trip excursion rates to points
in Texas. Oklahoma, Indian Territory,
Kansas. Arkansas and California Feb!
21. March 7 and 21, will be lowest
rates ever known. For full information
and illustrated folder, call on or ad
dress T. J. McGrath, traveling passen
ger agent. 317 Main street, Peoria; J.
Lee Barrett, city passenger and ticket
igent, 317 Main street, Peoria, Iil.
Muscatine Man Sentenced.
Imprisonment at hard labor at Fort
Madison for 12 years, was the sentence
imposed upon William PureeM by Judee
Jackson in the district court at Musca
ine yesterday, the defendant having
been found guilty r.f the crime of as
sault with intent to commit murder
lpon his wife. Clara Purcell. Purcell,
rho shot at his wife while drunk de
Glares he merely meant to scare her.
Wright Leaves March 1.
William Wright, superintendent of
motive power in the East Moaue shops
of the Rock Island road, has returned
from Chicago and the rumor which gain
ed credence during his absence to the
effect that he would retire from the
superintendence- of the motive power
department is confirmed. Mr. Wright
will retire March 1, when his success
or, Arthur W. Wheatley of Rrainerd.
Minn., will take charge H. I. Miller
general manager, William Beird. as
sistant to the gentral manager, and T.
S. Lloyd, general superintend in ot
motive power arrived on No. 1 yester
day from Chicago and visited the
East Moline plant. The object of their
visit at the time is not known, but to
railroad men it has particular signifi
cance owing to the fact that so many
of the East Moline officials visited Chi
cago the day before.
Skinner May Run Again.
In spite of the fact that Mayor Skin
ner has once stated that he will not
run for mayor in the coming spring
election the rumor is current on the
streets that he has changed his mind
and will announce his candidacy in a
few days. Friends of the mayor have
been urging him so earnestly that he
should again put his name before the
republican convention for nomination
that he has consented to run again.
The mayor is now at Tucson. Ariz., for
his health, where he has been since
his serious illness several months ago.
In the republican ranks the rumor has
created quite a stir among all the
aspirants for the honor and they will
bo on uneasy street until they know
the actual facts.
Gets Stiff Fine.
Barney McGovern was fined $100
and costs in the police court yesterday
by Magistrate Olson on a charge of
disorderly conduct. Barney raised a
row at his; home and it was continued
to a certain extent in the court.
Washington's birthday was celebrat
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. FreJ
Bergman, 2700 Eleventh avenue, in a
very impressive manner. The occasion
was the wedding of their daughter.
Miss Hat tie Josephine Bergman, to
Gust Peterson of this city. In the pres
ence of 123 invited guests, relatives
and friends of the bride and groom,
the ceremony was performed by Rev.
A. L. Johnson. After the departure of
the guests the bride and groom went
to 2325 Sixth avenue, where they will
reside in the future. The bride is a
member of the Swedish Lutheran
church and she was given a silver
fruit dish and jelly spoon by her young
lady friends where she has been em
ployed. The groom is a painter and
paper hnnger anil expects to open a
store in the brick block on Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street. He has
been employed this winter at the Mo
line Plow company's.
At the Harper J. J. Harrington.
Kansas City: Charles A. Hiddle. St.
Louis: B. H. Pratt. Chicago; S. R. Van
Sant, St. Paul; George Brisland, Chi
cago; John C. Maxfield. Chicago; W.
Dander. New York; W. M. Stodghill.
Chicago; C. R. Taggart. Newbury: E.
I). Parker. Cedar Rapids; W. Mark
land. Pittsburg; F. R. Farmer, Chica
go; J. E. Linn. Dayton. Ohio; E. B.
Hatcher. Louisville; T. W. Little, Pe
oria; L. D. Newhafer, Rochester, N.
Y.; I. Gardener. Paris. 111.; E. R.
Wood. Jr.. Philadelphia; S. M. Connor,
E. U. Rexford. Chicago: W. G. Pritch
ard, Peoria: M. J. O'Brien, Burling
ton: J. N. Catten, Cedar Rapids: A.
G. Shea, Chicago; J. W. Taylor, Cleve
land; B. A. Miller. Milwaukee; O. C.
Baker. P. C. Smith, Chicago; W. Mc
Ardle. New York; D. I. McCarthy,
Beardstown; W. E. Kandy and wife,
Chicago; E. D. Peavey, Chicago: C. A.
Cameron and wife, Chicago; F. G. Wil
stock. New York; S. A. D. Farr, Ale
do; F. J. Seidl. I-a Salle; J.T.Smith.
Worcester, Mass; H. C. N. Smith, Chi
cago; H. S. Whitmore, Galva; Miss
Biaisdelle. Warren; T. E. Van Sant,
Kansas City; H. W. Hill and son. Ca
ble; S. P. Young, Mattoon; Theo
Schieber, Chicago; A. J. Bernard, Buf
falo: H. C. Moore, Boston; W. Buclin
cr, M. D. Smith, George R. Boyce, H.
M. Lasker, Chicago; L. T. Kent. Jack
sonville; C. D. Ringgold, Rock Island;
S. G. Block. Dallas. Texas: J. D. Freed
man. New York; C. W. Hoof. Chicago;
E Boyd. Philadelphia; Walter Hick-
Hope, fresh air, rest and
Scott's Emulsion are the
greatest remedies for con
sumption. Scott's Emulsion
will always bring comfort and
relief often cure. Scott's
Emulsion does for the con
sumptive what medicine alone
cannot do. It's the nourish
ment in it that takes the pa
tient in long strides toward
Well send yoa a sample free.
SCOTT & BOWXE. 49 P' Street, New Vork.
man. Galesburg: W. T. Berman. Chi
cago: J. T. Walker. Kansas City;
Charles E. Irwin. Chicago; M. II.
Wickhorst. Aurora: F. E. Woeft.
Galesburg; B. A. Miller. Milwaukee;
W. Bolles, Chicago; P. D. Randal'..
Springfield. Mass.; S. E. Flaanisan
Chicago: John W. Hart. Auburn. 111.:
A. Jacksun. Chicago; W. H. Stevens
and wife. I.a Salle; Sam M. Levy. Cin
cinnati; T. A. Fitz.maurice. C. P. Ha l.
Chicago: D. E. Gumaven. Springfield:
Albert Raumpfer, Chicago: S. Cohn,
New York: Frank S. Hayes. Geneseo;
George W. Zimmermann. Chicago: L
Emery. Moline: L. B. Harris. St. Iann
is; Herbert Northey. Dubuque; Charles
E. Iansing. Albany; Charles M. Pe
ters. Columbus. Ohio; B. A. Miller. Mil
waukee: H. L. Stanton. Abe Rosen
field. Chicago; Julius King. Wesley;
W. Mac Daniel. Cedar Rapids; W.
Lawrence. Chicago; J. S. Kennel'.y.
Zanesville; J. P. Wendt. Evansville:
W. W. Newhall. Kansas City; II. W.
Hill and son. Cable: Charles M. Mar
tin. Kansas City: R. 1 Porter. Gales
burg; E. H. Archibald. Iiwrence.
At the Rock Island (European) C. 1
L. Randall. Chicago; W. T. Church.
Aledo; 1 M. Wilson and wife, Chica
go; H. W. Overbeck. St. Ixiuis; O. F.
Yeidisch. Chicago; H. W. lingford.
Winchester; A. W. Lewis. Canton: F.
R. Marsden, Chicago; M. W. Rotch
ford. Peoria: C. V. Hall. Chicago: J.
R. Pitney, Peoria; A. C. Campbell,
Rock Island; F. E. McMeans, Daven
port; C. C. Chambers, Ainsworth; W.
H. Wenks, Edgington: E. C. Brooks,
Cleveland: Charles Rathburn. Burling
ton: Asa F. Hicks. Washington. Iowa;
P. C. Hildreth. Chicago; F. D. Scribner,
Clinton ; Niel Hurley, Galesburg; J. B.
Johnson. Galesburg; Freman May. Chi
cago: W. G. Anthony, Rock Island; C.
J. I n gm ire, Aledo; M. H. Chamber
lain. Lebanon, Ohio; A. J. Frazier,
Ileardstown; W. C. Fitzpatrick, Co
lumbus. Ohio: W. E. Eaton. Peoria:
E. L. Hoist, Chicago: Harry McLaugh
lin. Edgington; T. D. Patterson, Peo
ria; E. O. Shields. Chicago; R. P. Wait.
Reynolds; A. J. Kucnster, Chicago; L.
P. Boardnian. Ionia, Mich.; C. E. Blotn
herg, Rockford; Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Shiisley. Orion; A. M. Lewis, Canton;
.1. II. Pitney. Peoria; C. H. Jackson,
Chicago: J. Jones. Rock Island; A. W.
Kelpo. Rock Island; J. B. Clark. Pre
emption; Howard Wall. Miss John
ston, Miss Anderson. Chicago; H. F.
Johnson. Rockford; H. B. Meek. Auro
ra: M. Murray. Davenport; Charles V.
Brown. Peoria; A. B. Whitney. Free
IH)rt; William Krohn and wife. II. Hoff
man and wife, J. D. Powell. Chicago;
N. Elliott. St. Louis;, J. A. Darnahy.
New York; Mary Atheline. Arthur
Mack, Orrin Knox, B. Craney, T. P.
Leary. with "Ingomar" company; W.
C. Kingsbury. Chicago; William Mee,
-Minneapolis; I. K. Cohn. agent 'Stain
of Guilt" company; Thomas Brown,
Osco; John W. Ixng. Bloomington; R.
M. Crane. Ottawa: J. P. Smith, Chica
go; T. W. Powell, Rock Island.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Prof. Richard D. Harlan, president
of I-ake Forest university, addressed
the students of the high school this
morning in the school assembly hail.
It is the custom of the school authori
ties to bring some prominent educator
before the scholars each year on or
about Washington's bitthday. and
Principal Brown was fortunate in se
eming Prof. Harlan for the present
time. The general theme of Prof. Har
lan's discourse was the value of thor
oughness and application in study. He
puts forth his ideas in an interesting
an.l clear style, and brings in humor
ois sketches and illustrations that
keep his audience in a good mood.
Chicago's present mayoral candidate.
Harlan, is a brother of Prof. Harlan,
and Justice Harlan, of the United
States supreme court, is also a close
relative of his.
The February issue of the high
school Journal will make its appear
ance the early part of next week. The
Journal has been enlarged and will
show an improvement in this number.
There will be two short stories: "The
Resignation of Margaret." bv Alma
Mosenfelder, and "The Story of the
Burglar." by Ada Adkins. Mr. Brown
contributes a comment on track ath
letics. A local column has also been
added to the regular departments.
Manager Folsom announces an alumni
issue, to which past graduates will i,e
the contributors, for the March num
ber. In a game of basketball between the
school T's and the Zizzlezogs, that
took place yesterday afternoon in the
school gymnasium, the Zizzlezogs were
the victors by a score of 17 to 21
Lineup of the T's: Huesing and Strate
forwards; Lamp and Ficken, guard
W. Smith, center. The Zizzlezogs: l).
Cook and McManus. forwards; Fezler
and Robb. guards; Breen, center.
The numbers on the regular weeklv
program of the literary societies given
this afternoon were as follows: Mu
sic. Julia Melchior: reading. Margaret
Montgomery; music, Raymond New
ton; essay, Zetta Benson; music. Fay
Warren: reading. Viola Larrison'; vio
l.n solo, Maidie Williams.
His "Centennial" Birthday.
The following appears t,n th RK-k
Isianl Cli.b bulletin board: "We un
dtrsiand it is authoritatively announc
ed that Papa Head will celebrate his
centennial birthday on April 20 ncit
at the Club with a banquet to a few
of his youthful friends. Hope we shall
Don't become discouraged. There Is a cure for you. If necessary write Ir. I'enncr.
Vo lias spcut a lifetime curing just such cases as yours. All cousultat ions FREE.
Had all the Symptoms
of Blight's Disease.
Sold by Druggists, 50c. and $1. Get Cook Book and Treatise on
the Kidneys FREE. M. M. Fenner, M. D., Frcdonia, N. Y.
T. H. THOMAS. Druggist.
is successful treatment. If von are
$5 haustion. Drains, Physical Decline,
Memory, Mental Delusions, Hydrocele, Dyspepsia, Piles, Bronchitis,
Liver or Kidney Diseases, and regain your Health, Strength and Vigor.
. teJ!- t VJsr-.'It, ....
EXAMINATION EllEE. dr. j. e. walsh.
You need Dr. Walsh's Special Treatment if you are suffering from
Uterine 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
Iort 11 years. You must know why Dr. Walsh remains permanently
is because he cures his patients.
DIl. WALSH'S TREATMENT Cure3 wheQ others
Dh WALSH'S TREATMENT Curfc the most obstm.
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Has cure 1 thousand. In
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT wnl cure ou of cbron"
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT Ia ba8ed on 23 yea"'
DR. WALSH'S TREATMENT erD
Electricity in all forms; Vibration, etc Dr. Walsh's Treatment Is
within the reach of all.
Only Curable cases taken.
cured by mail.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.f 2 to 5 and 7
Office McCullough building
A LL the Best Brands kept in
the most perfect condition
!! can always be
j&r ca.de Cigar Siore
Harper House block. John P. Sexton. Prop.
There's nothing; thit wiM give such speedy
relief and cure and at the same time strengtnen
the side and restore energy as an AUcock's
A pJin in tk right side, however, is
often caused by thickening of the bile which
may lead to gall stones. 77r best tre.it
tnent is to wear an Alhwk's Piaster as
shown in the illustration, until cured.
You'll be surprised to find how soon
you are relieved.
REMEMBER r:.ntrs are
without iievt!oti the tms-l sui vrlul ex
ternal ri-mciiv in the wotM to-.lav, ami
the satest. tor th-v , ..nuin no llla
donua, opium ot ai.y k.iuu whatever.
All Piso.isea of the
kidneys, bladder, and
Als catarrh, h-art
disease, gruwl, dropsy,
ilr. I. X. Tool', proprietor of ono
'f tlio best harbor shops in Mtincie,
lad., luw v.onli of praise for Ih l n
ner'.s Kidney and Hackac-lm Cun Ilo
v.'rnes Dr. Fer.nor :
"I h.-.v t.-ilcen F"or;il bottles of y.mr Kidney
nr.d Itackach'.; Cun. hav used many other
kinds of so-called kidney etir.-s, but Horn: are t
be compared with !.-.' M. M. 1-Vtun rV, as all
ethers have fail--d ::r.d I r. Tenner's has com
j -1. -t ! a cure. I l:..d keen troubled with ki 1
r. v disc.-iso f.ir n::t:y it.ont.li-'; tino doctors
thought I bad K: gilt's M.-ease as 1 had all th
tvniptotns, but I took your advicu and now 1
Jia a well r..:.:.. Vu may rend all who
doubts to' tnu ar.d I will oiivinco tiiem that
llr. Tenner's Kidney ::::d backache Cure i.-t a
genuine healing and t ur .tivo iJeiiiedy."
RiifTerincr from Nervous Dibilltv. Ex-
Blood Poison, Varicocele, Failing
If You cannot call, write.. Hundreds Q
to 8 p. m., Sunday, 11 to 1:30 p. m. Q
124 West Third street, Davenport, X
found at the