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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. APRIL 20. 1007.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
In a iri?iwTiirirl
May Make Cans Here. President
Bolford of the American Corn Products
company, otherwise known as the glu
cose trust, says that his company will
build a ran making plant in Davenport
of a capacity of 80,000 cans daily. The
statement is taken as indicating the
intention of the glucose company to
make the cans it uses at its plant here.
At present it obtains them from the
local plant of the American Can com
pany, which turns out an average of
Says He Threatened to Kill. Mrs.
Theresa Hass is suing her husband,
Fritz Hass, for divorce, and in her pe
tition, which Attorney B. T. O'Neil
filed in the office of County Clerk Har
ry McFarland yesterday, she charges
him with threatening to kill her dattgh
ter by a former husband, brandishing
a curtain iole over her had as the
threat was made. She says he beat the
daughter without the slightest provo
cation. She charges him with drunken
ness, and asks for a divorce, alimony
of $10 per week, and a restraining or
der to prevent him from drawing his
money from-the bank. They were mar
ried Aug. 2, 1900.
Nurse Falls Down Stairs. Mrs.
Meier, 51:5 West Thirteenth street,
while nursing at the home of A. A.
Westlund, 514 West Eleventh street,
met with a very painful accident yes
terday. At a curve in the stairway
Mrs. Meier slipped and lost her bal
ance. She fell forward and sustained
a severe fracture of the right leg.
Buys Valuable Comer. The most
noteworthy real estate transaction of
the past week is the sale of the Doyle
Munro drug store corner, formerly the
Nadler store, at Fourth and Brady
streets. It has been owned by the
Pendleton estate since the days of the
extensive Pendleton-Gaylord interests
here, which included the Davenport
Cias works and electric lighting plant
of 13 to 20 years ago. Joseph Ochs is
building and is now giving his store a enter "conTtlous' oT i(Jng"llfe"thot arc
fresh coat of paint. not involuntary are constant occupn-
Arthur O'Neal of Davenport visited tiou iu an honorable calling, regular
relatives in Milan one day this week. ' Lours, bodily exercise, plenty of sleep.
Verde Miller returned to his home a temperate gratification of all the nat
in Reynolds Wednesday. I ural appetites, a sunny disposition and
' a clear conscience. The deadliest roes
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery of Shady ,
Grove visited old friends in Milan Wed
Mrs. David Matthews and Miss Maye
Rathbun left Thursday to attend the
W. C. T. U. convention in Cordova.
Lawrence Fitzpatrick left Wednes
day for St. Louis, where he has accept
ed a position.
Mrs. Charles Brandenbery is very ill
at the home of her mother, Mrs. John
The G. G. T. club surprised Mrs. Hur
ley White Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. C. Johnston and pre
sented Mrs. White with a little re
membrance before she left for her new
William O'Neal has rented the new
ly remodeled feed barn of Mrs. Sophia
Fitzpatrick, on the corner of Water and
Second streets, and took possession
Margaret McQuaid is ill at her home
with scarlet fever.
Mrs. Hurley White and daughter.
Miss Margaret, left Thursday for their
new home in Mediapolis.
Dr. Saver and family moved into the
rooms. over Mr. Nichols' barber shop
on Dickson street this week.
Mrs. Fred Davis and baby and Mrs.
Tom Kennedy of Rock Island spent
Thursday at the parental home-in Mi
lan. Mrs. William II. Doonan of Reynolds
visited at the Ohnstead home a few
days this week.
to longevity are excitement, hurry and
Strictly speaking, it is not overwork
that is. In the aggregate that kills.
It Is too much work done in too little
time that causes so many breakdowns
today. Work pure and simple, however
hard or constant, seldom impairs the
health, if only ordinary hygienic pre
cautions are observed. Mental and
bodily labor within reasonable limits
tend rather to prolong life than to fray
Its thread. Even overwork may do
less injury than underwork ''that rare
and obscure calamity from which no
body Is supposed to suffer." Success.
Molders Quit Again. Union molders
who returned to work in the Moline
Pump company foundry during the
week walked out again Thursday night,
the report being that the new agree
ment under which the men returned to
work was not satisfactory to the Tri-
City Manufacturers' association. It is
understood any agreement made by a
member of the association which com
promises the individual contract sys
tem will not be recognized by the asso
ciation, and that to effect such an agree
ment the member must sever relations
with the association.
MIRTH AT MEALS.
CAME HERE TO
MEET THE LORD
Aledo Man Claimed He Had an Ap
pointment Planned Triumphal
An aged man who says his name is
Isaac Artz. and claims his home is
at Aledo, came to Rock Island today as
the purchaser of the corner, for $:10,-jhe says to keep an appointment with
750, and is understood to represent out-
of-town parties to whom the invest
ment looked attractive.
Motorman Sues. Thomas L. Stew
art, the mofortnan whose car was crush
ed near the Sixth and Warren street
switch March '.23, . has begun action
against the TrI-City, Railway company,
asking judgment for $10,000 for per
sonal injuries received. The action is
brought through the firm of Ely &
Bush. The car which Stewart was op
erating was run into by another car,
the motorman of which was blinded by
the .sunlight. Stewart was caught in
the vestibule and crushed, his hip be
ing hurt and his body being badly
bruised. The pain, the mental anguish,
the loss of time, and medical services
the injured man declares are worth
Obituary Record. Henry Edzards, a
saloon keeper, dropped suddenly dead
yesterday at his home in the fiat above
his place of business at 707 West Sec
ond street. Mr. Edzards rose at 5:30
o'clock, and was dressing himself when
the stroke came, and he fell without
warning to the floor. He expired al
most immediately. A wife and an in
fant daughter. Leonora, aged 7 weeks.
survive Mr. Edzards' death. He was
born in Reepsholt, Germany, and came
to America when 16 years old. He had
resided in Davenport for four vears
and was about 31 years of age.
Ernest M. Lamer died Thursday af
ternoon at 205 West Second street
from tuberculosis. He was born Nov
17. 1880. His wife and mother .were
with him at the time, and are his sole
survivors. The body was shipped to
Eldora, Iowa, for interment
the Lord. He is an old man, and his
s one of the saddest cases of mental
derangement that has developed here
in some time. Apparently Mr. Artz es
caped after preparations had been made
to have him taken care of. According
to his story, he left the home of his
son late last night, and came to Rey
nolds, coming from there to this city by
raiL This morning he declared that the
Son of God had agreed to meet him
at 2:30 this afternoon at the Rock Is
land house and would go back to Aledo
with him at the head of a procession of
big, white automobiles. The old man
was still patiently waiting at the Rock
Island house at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Flip In Jokes Like These Between Each
A doctor says, "Don't allow a meal
to pass without a joke between each
mouthful." This will enhance the val
ue of humor to a great degree. Dinner
will move along something like this:
Mouthful of soup screams of mirth
Hakes of laughter and breadcrumbs
Iervading the air. Mouthful of roast
duck reminds domestic humorist of
"Do you know why a duck goes
Into the water';" Ixing silence and
more extensive eating. Domestic hu
morist answers It himself as follows:
"For divers reasons." More bread,
vegetables and general good feeling
"Why docs he come out?" No answer
and no sound but that of an old joke
under the table cracking Its knuckles.
"For sun-dry purposes," explains the
ready and brainy man, looking casual
ly at a memorandum on bis cuff. More
dinner and then, "Why does he go In
Nothing can be heard but the low
mutter of a thinker, perhaps, as he
grapples with the great problem. "To
liquidate his bill." Yells of laughter,
screams of delight and astonishing
feats of digestion promoted by mirth
"And why does he again come out?"
More thought and mastication; then
the gastric jester says. "To make a
little run on the bank,' and amid a
great shower of vest buttons and mirth
the genial, all round tonic humorist
and joy promoter goes on. Pearson's
DO YOU GET TJP
WITH A I,AMI3 BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
? Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by ur.
Root, the great kid
nev, liver and blad-
- der remedv.
It is the ereat med-
P.p ical triumph of the
" II nineteenth century ;
Ujl discovered after years
of scientihc researcu
by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidnev and
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
successful in promptly curing lame back,
uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and
Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidnev trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kidnev, liver or bladder trouble it will be
found just the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many' ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and has
proved so successful in every case that a
special arrangement has been made by
which all readers or uus puper, uunuc
not already tried it, may have a sample
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell-
Souses the Officer. Ben DeJaeger,
day desk sergeant at the police sta
tion, was given a cold shower yester
day for which he had not contracted.
' 1 T7 ..11 ...V . ,-.-, A tit nirioll of
rh- r e,u' w " ." . uclal "? "l : inK more about Swamp-Root, and how to
the station till a commission could be : fi Kj out;f vouhave kidnev or bladder trou
secured to inquire into her sanity, was , , When writing mention reading this
handed a cup of water by the accora- generous off er in this paper and send your
modating officer in response to her address to Dr. Kilmer f?KZ,
frnntip demand for a "drink." She in- & Co.. Binehamton. Vm
dignantly spurned the potation and N. Y. The regular
tossed the contents of the cup over the ' fifty-cent and one-
aouar size ooicies are
Borne of Swamp-Root.
sold by all good druggists. Don't make
niiv niistnte lmt remember the name.
ssue is Publicity. Two tickets are gwamp-Root, Dr .Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, liuiguamton, -N. .,un
being voted on in the school election
today. These are: Regular ticket, A.
M. Real, president; John Swanson, L.
A. Minteer, G. A. Carlson, Mrs. H. D.
Browning. Publicity ticket, A. M. Beal,
president; John Swanson. G. II. Mc-
Kinley, Jr.. A. E. Froyd, Mrs. H. D.
Browning. The only issue presented
is that of proposing more publicity in
publishing the proceedings of the
school board. It is desired that the
minutes be given more in detail, and
while the board has not authority to
appropriate money for this purpose,
the publicty ticket favors the devising
of some plan for detailing the board
proceedings in the newspapers.
en structure, in a dense forest of oak
trees on his farm. He has prepared a
burial excavation place that will allow
his body to rest one lu-h under ground
with his face showing. The sepulcher
cost $1.))0 and is lined with silver.
Lyman alleges that "earth is hell;"
hence he does not want to be covered
with earth when burled.
Muscatine Inventor Makes Machine
That Saves Material and
Elks May Send Delegation. An ef
fort is to be made by the Moline lodge
of Elks to send a representative dele
gation to the grand lodge convention I
in Philadelnhin next Julv. The nrouo-
sition came up for a lengthv discussion ' c,am shells- which win l)lane ,lle shc':l
at the regular meeting Thursday even- .before cutting the blanks, and this
j manes avaname lor use a mucn iargo
area, will, it is claimed, revolutionize
Thirteen years ago, when we es
tablished our institute here, we told
you through the columns of this pa
per that we were going to be a per
manent institution. We also told you
that we fully understood that in or
der to be successful, we had to live
up to the Golden Rule, and give ev
ery one a square deal. We fully un
derstood that if we could not do what
we advertised that we could not do
at all, as in towns of this size fail-
For 13 years the most snreossful ures spread fast. Tnjs announce-
specialist in diseases of men. ...
ment that we are stdl with you is
proof of our success, and nothing succeeds like success. Success is the
true measure of merit.
We were successful in every sense of the word. In fact, our success
has been so phenomenal that some say we are naturally lucky. Yes,
lucky in having the knowledge and skill to do all we claimed, but it took
years of hard work and study to get that knowledge and skill. It is easy
for us now; we could not make a botch of your case if we wanted to. We
know the best and surest way and have had so much experience that the
successful way is the most natural way to us. Our 13 years of success
entitles us to the business of every man who does business in a business
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You take no risk whether you come one mile or ten thousand miles.
You are sure to find one or more of three Dr. Walshs at our institute.
Remember, we use no substitutes or assistants. Let our success of 13
years in Davenport give you renewed hope. All we ask is that if you are
suffering from any disease or weakness is to come and receive a free con
sultation from us before placing your case.
The invention at Muscatine of a
new machine for cutting blanks out of
ing and all present were favorably im
pressed with the idea.
NO VERDICT IN
ARP SPONGE CASE
Jurors in $50,000 Damage Suit in Dav
enport Ask Discharge One
The Best Dressed Man.
Of course the best dressed man in
the world is the English gentleman. If
you enter the royal irc-losure at New
market or visit the lawn at Goodwood
on the day of a classic race; If you at
tend a fashionable orchid or horse show
when some great persouage presides,
you will hardly see any one dressed
otherwise than perfectly. But take the
hurrying passengers iu the city, on the
street cars, trains or 'buses, go freely
among the men in the street, and you
will share the conviction I have arrived
at namely, that the American is in
general dressed more stylishly and iu
better fitting and better cut clothes.
C. M. S. in Derrick's Trade Report.
the pearl button industry.
The Muscatine Journal claims that
00 per cent of the world's weekly out
put of 500,000 gross of blanks for these ,
buttons is turned out at Muscatine, i
where J. F. Boepple started the indus-
No agreement had been reached in
the Johannes Arp $50,000 damage case
this afternoon. The case went to the
jury yesterday afternoon about 5
o'clock, and this morning the jurors
asked to be discharged, stating that
they were hung 11 to 1 against the
three physicians who are defendants
and who it Is alleged left a sponge in
Arp, causing his death. The amount
of the damages the 11 favored was not
stated. Judge Jackson sent the jury
back for further consideration.
Miss Anna McQuaid cuosed
school in East Moline Tuesday.
Dr. Sadie L. Olmstead of Clinton,
Iowa, visited at the home of her par
Silas Strickland, who has been em
ployed at Rock Island arsenal for some
time, left this week for Kansas City,
Mo., where he has accepted a position.
J. H. Gilmore moved his stock of gro
ceries into the east half of his store
Deadliest Foes Are Excitement,
Hurry and Worry.
What is the secret of longevity? We
answer: The surest guarantee Is a
genius for it, a bodily and mental pre
disposition to a long life. There are
persons who are "prefigured unto a
long duration." Those who have this
gift, which Is inherited from long lived
ancestors, will generally reach old age.
even though they trample on the laws
of health, because, although they draw
more largely on their vitality than
careful livers, they begin life with a
For the man. of ordinary, stamina the
Hair on Face
NECK AND ARMS
Removed by the New Principle
a revelation to modern science. It is the only scientific
and practical way to destroy hair. Don't waste time
experimenting with electrolysis, X-rav and depilatories.
These are offered you on the HARE VOKD of the oper
ators and manufacturers. De Miracleisnot. Itistheonly
method which is endorsed by physicians, surgeons, derma
tologists, medical journals and prominent magazines.
De Miracle mailed, sealed in plain wrapper, for $100.
Your money back without question (no red tape) if it fails
to do all that is claimed lor it.
BOOKLET FREE in plain, sealed envelope by
DE MIRACLE CHEMICAL CO., 1912 Park Ave., N. Y.
Remember, unscrupulous manufacturers copy our ad
vertising as far as the law permits, with the intention ef
deceiving you. Insist on having " De Miracle" and see
that you get - For s'8 bY druggists, department stores
and first-class hair dressers and
Officer's Home Quarantined. Doro
thy, the :t-nionths-old daughter of Of
ficer Anderson and wife of East Moline,
is confined at home with scarlet fever.
Tlif hoiiuo was mmrnritinpfl vpstordnv
and Ted will not be permitted to visit , trL "or the L;Bked States- ,
his home for some time. Mrs. Ander-I . lu ",w "'
son's mother is with her and will assist V"6 has been adopted by the National
in taking care of the little one. Mr. iou .V anuiac-
Anderson's other three children are ' "" ' uu a w .uuu .t
also quarantined in the house1. ",c
truijjtrii viiii uie new iiiatuiiies. i uy
will cut 10 blanks at once, and will not
only make it possible to use much of
the shell that has heretofore bejn
thrown away, but will enable one man
to turn out as many blanks as r-everl i
men huvA hoan ol.la trt In , )-w i 1 1 w t
Pennsylvania, born there Feb. 10. lSCS.j " " . , ' . , ,'
!. , , ! A royalty will be paid the inventor an 1
he will realize a fortune from his ma-
Obituary Record. The death of New
ton Foster took place yesterday at his
home. 14S Railroad avenue, from heart
failure, following a sickness of some
months' duration. He was a native of
Mme. de Stael's Reply.
Mme. de tstael is responsible for a
contribution to the woman suffrage
question which may interest those who
have done and suffered for the cause.
I have no taste," said Napoleon lu
talking to her, "for women who meddle
with politics." "You may perhaps be
right," replied Mme. de Stael, "but
since people have taken the freedom to
cut off their heads on account of poll-
tics they ought at least to lie allowed
to understand why." Westminster Gazette.
The Blue Jay.
There is a belief current among the
negroes in the south that the blue Jay
visits the Infernal regions every Fri
day. Thus lielief varies somewhat iu
different parts of the south. For In
stance, in South Carolina It Is sup
posed to be carrying sticks for the
devil's fires, while In MUssIppI and
Louisiana the bird is supposed to re
port to his sataulc majesty the status
of his affairs on earth. New YOrk
Quick shoe repairing. Shoes finished
by machinery. Half soles, nailed on, 55
cents; half soles, sewed on, 75 cents.
Open from 6:30 a. m. till 8 p. m.
304 Twentieth Street
Bitten by a Spider.
Through blood poisoning caused by
a spider bite, John Washington of
Bosqueville, Texas, would have lost his
leg, which became a mass of running
sores, had he not been persuaded to
try Bucklen's Arnica Salve. He writes:
"The first application relieved, and
four boxes healed all the sores." 25
cents; guaranteed at W. T. Hartz's,
druggist, 301 Twentieth street
Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar.
William Thomas Lanorgan, provin
cial constable at Chapleau, Ontario,
says: "I caught a severe cold while
hunting a burglar in the forest swamp
last fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, I tried it and after
using two small bottles, I was com
pletely cured." This remedy is intend
ed especially for coughs and colds. It
will loosen and relieve a severe cold
in less time than by any other trea
ment and is a favorite wherever its
superior excellence has become known,
For sale by all leading druggists.
was married in 1900 at Dixon, 111., came
here as barn boss for the Tri-City Milk
company. He leaves his wife and two
sisters and a brother.
Death came unexpectedly to Char
lotte Malmberg yesterday at her home.
1527 Eleventh avenue, and was a great
Doing Business Again.
,rWhen my friends thought I was
about to take leave of this world, on
account of indigestion, nervousness
shock to her daughters and her friends, and general debility," writes A. A.
The bursting of a blood vessel in the , Chisholm, Treadwell, N. Y., "and when
head caused paralysis of the brain, and jit looked as if there was no hope left,
she died in a few minutes after re-il was persuaded to try Electric Bit-
ceiving the stroke. Mrs. Malmberg ters, and I rejoice to say that they are
had been confined to her bed for a curing me. I am now doing business
trifle over a week with a severe cold, I again as of old, and am still gaining
but had almost entirely recovered, and daily." Best of all tonic medicines.
the attending physician had made a
call at the house at 11:30 o'clock. He
found his patient so far recovered that
he had decided not to call again. After
he had departed the venerable lady re
ceived the stroke and passed away.
Mrs. Malmberg was born in Sweden
Feb. 2, and was 72 years of age.
She was married in the old country to
Bengt Larson, and to this union w-ts
born one son, Frank Larson of this
city. Mr. and Mrs. Larson left their
native land prior to the civil war in
America, and came directly to Moline.
Mr. Larson enlisted during the struggle
and died while at the front. Deceased
was married to John L. Malmberg of
this city, who died a number of years
ago. To Mr. and Mrs. Malmberg were
born three daughters, Mrs. Frank Shep-
pard of Joslin. and the Misses Joseph
ine and Tillie Malmberg, who are pro
prietors of the Malmberg millinery,
1424 Fifth avenue.
Guaranteed by W. T. Hartz, druggist,
301 Twentieth street; 50 cents.
Prepares For His Reincarnation.
Heralding the fact that he will lie
reincarnated iiOU years hence. Herman
Lyman, slxty-flve years old. n wealthy
retired farmer and Biblical wiseacre of
Muskegon. Mich., had built a solid ce
ment 8epulcher. surrounded bv n wqqiI-
and all other symptoms of kidney dl
ease are speedily 'removed when the
kidneys are made healthy, active and
vigorous Dy tne use ot
Dr. A. 17. Chaso's
the world's greatest kidney and livet
regulator, and the only medicine hav
ing a combined action on kidneys and
liver. One pill a doae ; as cents a box.
Write for free sample to The Dr. A. W.
Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY. .
Sick headache results from a 1e-
rangement of the stomach and is cured
by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Sold by all liading druggists.
dtmlf J I free Sample. Address Dept..
That Shines Quickest
Hauling and moving ot all
kinds, large or small, at rev
sonable rates. Dally wagons to
Moline and Davenport. We al
so handle the best grades of
hard and soft coal. A portion
of your patronage Is respectful
ly solicited. Satisfaction guar
anteed. New .phone (464; old
OFFICE, 215 TWENTIETH T.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
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When in doubt, come to us. When others fail, cevne to us. When
you feet hopeless, come to us. Don't think on account of our great suc
cess you cant' afford to treat with us. Just come, and if we can cure you
our charges won't prevent you from reaping the benefit of our skill.
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Re-member the name Dr. Walsh means something to you. It means
health and vigor for you if yon have not delayed too long. While we
have cured many cases that were given up as hopeless as were told that
there was no relief for them this si le of the grave, we have never given
any false hope or promised anything that our experience caused us to
believe-was impossible. While our treatment is entirely different from
others it gives wonderfully quick .-?-iief, it is always easy to take and
does not leave any bad after effects.
Try Dr. Walsh's cure for diseases of the brain and nervous system
Mental depression, brain fag. loss of vigor, broken down mentally or
physically, dizziness, headache, despondency, nervous tremors or
spasms, loss of memory, lack of nope. Inability to concentrate your
mind. Wild, delirious dreams, sle-'olessness, excessive irritability with
or without brain storms or uncontrollable outburst of temper.
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Try Dr. Walsh's Cure for Skin Diseeases. Tainted blood, eczema, ulcers,
pimples, barbers' itch, black heads, blotchy, yellow, brown or muddy
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Try Dr. Walsh's Cure for diseases of the stomach, liver, and intest
ines, dyspepsia, indigestion, sour, catarrhal or ulcerated stomach, con
gested, inactive, sluggish or hardened liver, bloating, fermentation or
griping pains in the intestines.
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Try Dr. Walsh's cure for kidney and bladder diseases, rheumatic or
gouty pains or enlargement of the joints, dropsy. (Bright's disease or dia
betes in the early stages), backache or burning in the urethral canal, re
tention of urine or too frequent desire, foul, brickdust or unnatural urine
or any other disease, don't matter what, the cause.
irregular . heart, weak
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Try Dr. Walsh's Cure for Heart Diseases,
heart, palpitating heart, asthmatic :ieart.
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Try Dr. Walsh's Cure for Special Diseases of Men. Remember we
were the first specialists in the world to advertise our discovery that
varicocele was the most active cause of weakness in men, also (as the
files of the newspapers will show) we were the first to discover a pain
less, bloodless radical cure for varicocele and let us say right here that
ours is the only radical cure without being bed ridden in existence.
Try Dr. Walsh's No-Risk Cure for Varicocele, come to our office,
leave in an hour with the varicocele removed, keep your money in your
pocket until you see it is removed. You take no risk with us don't
take any at any other place. Don't let a few hundred miles stop you
from taking our cure.
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If you don't come to the right place now it is because you are care
less or indifferent. You probably tried the nearest doctor in hopes he
might cure you, or you tried some remedy that the advertisement read
plausible or flowery but you did not investigate. If you only know the
number of improperly treated cases I meet in a year you would investi
gate and he sure you were right before you started.
See our new gigantic Statis X-Ray machine. It is a wonder. W"e
use all forms of electricity, vibration and violet rays. Call and see a
thoroughly equipped Institute. Consultation, inspection and examination
free and cheerfully given. iV ,tV4 "It MTITH'l
Call or address
Chicago Medical Institute,
124 West Third street (near Main street),
Hours: 10 to 12 a. ., 2 to 4:30 and 7 to 8:30 p. m. Sunday
10:30 to 12 m.