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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
not be satisfactory to the county anil : turn to the farm and live with his sou
would not be accepted. The super- James Dillin and family. j
visors demand a steel bridge with con-1 John Cooley visited with his brother
crefe abutments, it is also required Frank Cooley, one day last weeK h
Smokestack is Struck. Lightning
struck the tall smokestack at pumping
station No. 2. the Davenport Water
company's reservoir on Fourteenth and
Itiplcy streets, during the s-torm Tues
day night. A great quantity of bricks
was knocked off which, in their fail,
badly injured the slate roof of the
Shipping Onions. Several car loads
of onions are leaving the fields in tho
neighborhood of Pleasant Valley every
day, nowadays. The average yield U
450 to 3u buhcls to the acre. Frank
Schutter attached the records the oth
er day with a yield of t;r0 bu.-hels of
early onions on half an acre.
Sues for Infringement. I,. A. Beav
er, through Attorney Isaac I'etersbcig
er, has started suit against Ernest E.
Bruhn and Margaret Bruhn, and alsj
asks an injunction, prohibiting them
from using the name "Blue Hibhou"
in the manufacture and sale of k
cream cones. In lib petition Mr. Beav
er states the name "Blue Ribbon" i.;
his trade mark in the manufacture of
cereal products and ice cream cones
and that as such it is being infringe 1
upon by the defendants. Mr. Beaver
claims by reason of the alleged in
fringement, he has been damaged in
the sum of $r,mn.
Will Not Accept Wooden Bridge.
At Tuesday's meeting of the board of
supervisors, a communication wa.i
road from C. F. Lowerli. engineer and
superintendent of bridges of the Mil
waukee road, announcing their inte
turn ot constructing a pile btMlge o'l
Elm street near the Orphans' lioni'.
County Auditor i-M Collins was in
strueted by the board to notify the rai!
road company that such a bridge woui l
that the bridge be not less than
No Blame for Death Frank Schluey
came to his death by "being run over
by engine drawing train Xo. 5. of the
C, M. & St. P. railroad in Davenport,
Iowa at Main street crossing on data
of Aug. Z, 1907, at 10:50 p. m. by step
ping in front of a moving train."
This was the verdict brought in by the
coroner's jury Tuesday evening, anl
signed bv M. II. Holliday, Charles
Like and J. 'V. Boseiibaum. The tes
timony was of such a nature as to con
vince the jury that sufficient warning
had been given by the ringing of th-j
bell and the blowing of the whistle,
and that there was uo chance to stop
the train after the man stepped ou the
Is Appointed Chief Marshal. Eu
gene A. Crafts, formerly bailiff in the
court room of the Scott county cou-t
house, has received the appointment
of chief deputy to United States ni:t"
shal for the southern judicial district
of Iowa. The appointment was mad-.;
by Frank D. Clark of Ottumwa, mar
shal of this district.
Muscatine, Mrs. J. Beardsley and Mrs.
Xelse Hanson of Carbon Cliff.
I Know So Positively
because I am a grandmother with
grandchildren going to school and
I have made it and used it myself
for 16 years. It has kept my
skin youthful, and I have
received thousands of letters from
ladies who have given it a fair,
thorough test, and who are de
lighted with the improvement in
The Beauty Maker
removes the signs of age keeps the
skin youthful and makes , it sun- and
Kosmeo cleanses every pore of the
skin and removes all the dirt and hard
ened secretions, giving new life to the
indolent, clogged pores, and gradually re
fining and closing the. coarse open pores.
It gives a delightful freshness to the
harsh, dry skin and prevents the wrinkles
that always result from a dry skin. It
soothes and almost immediately heals
the chapped irritated tkm. It removes
sunburn and tan. It absolutely prevents
freckles, tun, sunburn ar.d other harm
ful cfFecta of sun and wind.
It keeps the skin soft, clear and vel
vety looking as fresh as a voung girl's
and feeling as fresh as it looks. It is
jelisrhtful for men's use after shaving.
Kosmeo docs riot contain animal fats
or mineral oils, therefore will not grow
hair on the face.
Ask Your Dealer
For a 50c Jar
If he does not keep it;
write to me tellimr mo
h:3 name, and I will
either send you a jar.
prepaid ttt the same
price (50c) or I will (five
you the name of some
from whom you can
Mr3. Gervaise Graham
Manufacturer of Fine
The little ones in town and vicinity
art generally suffering with summer
complaint. A child of Mrs. Mary
Schall, one of -Mr. and Mrs. George
Brandr and one of Mr. ami Mrs. W'.l
l:am White as well as Vernon As'i
down and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Asluiown have all been quite sick.
Miss Ada .Orr and several of hor
young friends from Hock Island spen:
Sunday in Hillsdale with relatives.
Seven of the Tarber children of
Barstow are in Hillsdale staying this
week with relatives while Miss Alice is
packing their household goods. Thev
are getting ready to move to Dakota
where they will join their father Alvia
Farber and older brother Clyde wh i
have been working there since early
Mr. and Mrs. Link Giles spent Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ma--kee
in Xewton township.
The plasterers and painters canr;
Monday to begin their work on Kern li
ster's new home.
Miss Eva Opeudike is visiting rela
tives in Rock Island.
Miss Delia Kuekc is in Rock Island
for a three weeks' visit with her sister,
Mrs. Frank Crompton.
Mrs. Paddock and children of Rock
Island are visiting this week with Mr,
and Mrs. Henry Mendle.
Miss Cora Knapper and her sister
Nettie of Geneseo are visiting friends
in town and vicinity.
Mrs. R. F. James and two daughters
Nettie and Nellie returned to their
home in Erie Monday evening after a
few days' pleasantly spent at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Cooley.
Professor Charles Marcy, wife anl
two children of New Bedford, 111. vis
ited a few days last week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ephriam Kempster.
Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas anl
two children spent Saturday in Ster
ling with relatives.
Miss Ada Ilanburg is visiting this
month in Ward. Col.
Mrs. David Scott spent Thursday in
Watertown. She was making final ar
rangements for the building of their
new residence. She bought two lots
of S. P. Cosner and let the contract.
The home is to be ready by the first of
Mrs. E. L. Williams, Mrs. Be't
Brvan and little daughter. Helen, of
Erie, Mrs. Ada Neer of Sterling an l
Mrs. l.ucv Imel of Earlville spent
Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. William Sheonard visited
Thursday with Mrs. C. C. Di'.Iin.
Charlie Hauscnihl is home on a
shoit vacation from his railroad
Mrs. Henry Kuelphcr has been da
gerously sick with blood poison but is
a little better.
Jessie Donohoo is having bad luck
in the stock line. Last week he lot
a valuable horse and this week one of
his fat hogs was found dead. Another
horse is sick.
Robert Hill is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson and children
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Markce, spent Sua
day with relatives near Erie.
Mrs. Francis Carey, who has been in
Dorchester the past month with a al-i
ter, returned to Hillsdale last week,
She will spend the summer with her
sister, Mrs. Cris. Dillin and other rei
iliss Clara Johnson is visitmg re.
atives in Rock Island this week.
C. C. Dillin, who has made his home
the past few years with his daughter
Mrs. Nettie Hanson in Moline, will ro
his home in Tampico. Frank Cooley
has been a severe sufferer with stom
ach trouble the past months and h.
was taken to Chicago the last of the
week for special treatment.
Mrs. William Hopps and daughter,
Gertrude, of Galesburg visited a fev
days this week with Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. Vanderburg died Wednesday
night at the home of his daaghte-.
Mrs. Robinson, of a complication of dis
eases. He has been a sufferer for a"
number of years. The funeral w.is
held Friday at Cordova with burial in
the Cordova cemetery.
Tom Cross has bought the Elizuhetn
Walker farm, now occupied by Jessie
Walker. He gets possession next
This vicinity is well fixed for taking
care of the farmer's grain. William
Winterfeldt has purchased a new
threshing engine. George Brandt and
Earnest Peters have bought a new
separator and Wallie Kempster an.l
Frank Schook have bought a whole
outfit, separator and engine.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tanner enter
tained the former's two cousins, Fri
day, Rev. George Tanner from Fa:--
bault, Minn., and Charles Tanner from
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mumma anl
children, of Watertown visited rela
fives in town Sunday.
Mrs. John Walker and son. Charles
of Soring Hill, visited Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Ephriam Kempster.
Mr. Woimers visited a few days last
week with relatives near Geneseo.
Mrs. Taliuer of Madden, 111 is visit
ing for a short time with her son
Miss Grace David was taken in a-
a full member at the Methodist church
Tuesday forenoon during a heavy
thunder storm, lightning struck anl
killed seven head of cattle for Mr;
Henry Nuiidle was a Rock Island
Mrs. Joshua Dillon of Rock Islan
and Mrs. Wolf of Ohio, spent lat
week visiting relatives in town and
Flossie Hill of Erie spent a day last
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hill returned to his work i:i
Vi!.ertown, Wednesday evening, after
a few days spent in helping his father
with the hay.
Blackberries both tame and wild are
promising to be a plentiful crop.
While unloading oats Saturday at
Butger's elevator the wagon seat
struck Cris Dillin in the side, break
ing one of his ribs.
The village board held a meeting in
the bank Tuesday evening. After some
.argument and deliberation it was de
cided that for the present no town hall
would be built, although it was voted
Wed at Chicago. Miss Marie Scan- , , , ,u , rtn luai J JJ11 ul"''
lan and William J. Ball were married P . SD' "0t l CXCWd
at noon yesterday in the parlors of the
Stratford hotel in Chicago by Father
11. M. Shea. After a short visit in Chi
cago, Mr. and Mrs. Bull will return to
Moline to go to housekeeping on the
bluff, corner of Fourteenth avenue and
Board is Organized. Harry Ains-
worth was honored with election to a
a cost of $500.
Miss Lois Andrews of Corning, Iowa,
is the guest of Miss Jessica Don Carlos.
Cards have been issued by Mrs. A. B.
Cox for a reception to the ladies of
Silvis, to meet her two daughters, Mrs.
G. E. Ellis of Johnson City and Mrs. F.
J. Ballweg of Mt. Vernon. Iowa.
Richard Walsh, Jr., of Chicago is
spending a few days visiting at the
second term as president of the library ' T, ',.
, . . ,. ,. , ,. i uouie in ins parents, :ur. ami .urs. lucu-
hn.-iril nt tlie ni-irninzatioli ineetinrl 1 '
Tuesday evening of the new board fol
lowing the appointments announced by
Mayor Olson Monday evening. The
newly elected officers are: President,
Harry Ainswoith; vice president. W. R.
Moore; secretary, Dr. E. A. Edleu.
Hill-Engblocm. Miss Emma En;
bloom and John Hill of Calumet, Mich.,
were married yesterday at the Swedish
ard Walsh, en route from an extended
trip through the Rocky mountains.
Mrs. Speade of Ninth street has as
her guests her daughters, Mrs. A. E.
Comber and Mrs. F. J. Comber of
Galesburg, 111., and their children.
Miss Margaret Allen returned to her
home in Colona, 111., after a few days'
visit with friends in Silvis.
Arthur Hinkley, who has been suffer
ing with a badly bruised foot for the
I in ,i, hi, .,., Dnv (1 Iriliiwinn I
. ... . .. n-i. i last week, is able to be around again.
uie. pubior, omeiauug. me uiiuk is a
Mrs. C. Shaw of Rock Island was a
visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. Hinkley Sunday.
Mrs. G. Nut hall of Salt Lake City,
1 f nil 1i n 'irrivnd fnv !i vi-tt :i r tlio
there that she met the groom and the (rf Q
daughter of Mrs. Eva Kngblooni,
iwelltn avenue, ana was lorineriy a
teacher in the Garfield school. Of late
she has taught at Calumet, and it was
romance which culminated yesterday
was begun. There were no festivities
attendant upon the wedding and the
berry of Twelfth street.
Mrs. Do Boise entertained
Mil e fhililren AWhwImv riff orimrm in
;oung people ueparieu ror tne.r nome. h(jnor of hpr ,ltur Kathryu'a sev
Is Mordhorst Insane? Newspaper
clippings received hern from Berlin
tell of the eccentricities of Henry
Mordhorst, former Williams, White &
Co. employe, in the German capital.
Mordhorst's religious fervor and pecu
liarities are well known here, but in
Berlin it was an innovation and start
led people. The newspaper reports re
reived here say that while Mordhorst
was attending services in the great
Protestant cathedral in Berlin, he
broke loose with prayer and exhorta
tion, to the horror of the worshipers
and clergy, who are unaccustomed to
such participation by the ieople in
pews. .Monlhorst was promptly taKen
in charge bv the sexton aiiu others and
turned over to the poliee. Berlin pa
pcrs got excited over the incident and
entli birthday anniversary.
Mrs. Jane Osborne left Sunday for a
visit among friends in Michigan. Miss
Helen Donahhoo accompanied her as
far as Chicago.
Jerome C. Fayram has accepted a
position in the chief accountant's of
fice of the Rock Islanrt road. He Is
formerly of Clinton and makes his
home with Mr. and Mrs. James Shan-,
non in Silvis.
Mrs. Dick Bell of Eleventh street has
been suffering from a severe attack of
quinsy for the last week.
Mississippi River Scenic Route
Observation and Dining Car Service
Departs Daily 11:25 a. m.
Night service, daily, 8:15 p. m.
Old Phone W
New Phone 6170.
HOCK ISLAND, SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLOND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President
II. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began, the business July 2, 1870
and occupies S. E. corner ol Mitch
ell & LyndeTruildlng.
R. R. Cable,
William H. Dart,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hufst
H. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst-
The Old Time Stagecoach.
In 1702 there were, strange ns it
seems, only six stagecoaches running
In all England, and of course these
were the only public vehicles for trav
elers. Even these were a novelty, and
a person named John Crosset thought
they were such a dangerous innovation
that he w;roto a pamphlet against thorn.
"These coaeheos," he wrote, "make
gentlemen come to London upon every
small occasion, which otherwise they
would not do except upon urgent ne
cessity. Nay, the conveniency of the
passage makes their wives come often
up, who rather than come such long
journeys on horseback would stay at
home. Then when they come to towu
they must be in the wnde, get fiue
clothes, go to plays and treats and by
these meaus get such a lmbit of Idle
ness nud love of pleasure that they are
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stiff were over
from Davenport Sunday, guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Light.
Mr :iml Mrs f'linr'.i"-; Kde1m:iii mill
spoke of Monlhorst as the "queer Amcr- K., c.Iltortaincil Mr. and Mrs t:il.
lean. une oi me men to wiiom .Mora
hoist had presented a letter of intro
duction, visited him at police head
ouarters. and later interviewed the
American consul general, who promis
ed to interest himself in the case. This
friend also wrote to Mordhorst's twin
city friends the same day, so that the
results of the American consul's inter
vention are not yet Known, aiorunorsi
departed for Germany six weeks
leiipenny from the country Sunday.
S. A. Gray made a trip to Daven
Mrs. Silas Baker was a guest of Mrs.
L. E. Hogue at Watertown Monday.
A. F. Huffstetter and family have
moved from the dwelling opposite the
barber shop to William Edelman's ten
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Cook and family
The Chameleon Goshawk.
I know no bird which passes through
so many changes of plumage and color
of eyes as the goshawk. A young one
which I have mounted is about the size
of a small hen and is covered with
white down. His eyes are pale blue.
I colored the eyes exactly from life.
When fully grown, the first plumage
la dark brown above and the eyes are
pale yellow. No one would be likely
to susppct this being a goshawk who
had seen only adult birds. Later It
ehajigcs to the dark slaty blue of the
adult, and the eye, after passing
through all the Intermediate changes
in color from stray yellow, orange yel
low and pink, finally assumes the deep
rich red of the adult. I know no other
liawk, adds Manly Hardy, writing in
Forest and Stream, so handsome as
The Letter G.
The letter G furnishes us a curious
bit of orientalism. Its Hebrew uamo
is giniel, camel, from the resemblance
of the Hebrew character to the head
nnd neck of that animal. The char
acter was thus almost certainly de
rived from a picture of that animal,
which, , reduced to a hieroglyphic and
then simplified, still distantly Indicates
the shape of the head and neck of the
beast of burden familiar to every
dweller in eastern lands.
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. i t...i : . . . i ..... : . . . . - I ' 1
lUKlllg 1CUCIS til IllllUlllll'llUil UJ rl'
eral prominent people in Germany from
Tax Levy High. Moline's school tax
levy for next year exceeds any previous
levy by several thousand dollars. The
finance committee of the board of edu
cation made its report on the levy
bell of Moline Sunday.
Dr. O. S. Dailey of Port Byron was
in the village Wednesday.
n ice cream sociable under the aus
pices of the Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church will be held at the
town hall Friday evening, Aug. 9.
Mrs. Frank Bumbauch was out from
Rock Island a few days ago visiting
Tuesday evening at the regular meet- ri.latives
.....1 if t,. KT Alklk rf tliic nniAiml I 1
Eleanor Benson is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edelman enter
Albert Taube, merchant of Genese .
is here lor a snort visit with ! re I
Schroeder of Henry county near Coal
What has become of the Coal Valley
band? They should get together anl
Mrs. John Campbell and three chil
dren of New York city arrived Wed
nesday. Tiny are to visit with Mr..-,
.lames Bailey of Uural, who is a sistjr
of Mrs. Campbell.
K. J. Bailey, carrier on route No. 'J,
reports that heavy rains washed the
roads very badly on t lie hills. He also
states that corn was damaged by h-iii
in the vicinity of Orion. Mr. Bailey s
unite is nearly all in Henry county.
Emil Nelson wiih his sisters intends
visiting the Watch Tower Wednesday.
Just before train time Mr. Nelson took
sick and the party had to give up the
Mrs. George Bennett of Bock Islani
is visiting relatives here.
George Wilson has been and is
very poor health. Mr. Wilson is .
veteran of the civil war. He was
'member of Co. H lL'Oth Illinois. II
resident of Coal Valley
NIP IT IN THE BUD.
First Appearance of Dandruff a Fore
runner of Future Baldness.
That such is the case has been con
clusively proven bv t-cici:tifie rcscarc'i
Professor Pnna, the noted Europ.'.vi
skin specialist, declares that dandruff
is the biirrowod-up cuticle of the fcd;i.
caused by paratites desl roving the v'
tality in the hair bulb. The hair la
conics lifeless, and. in time, faMo oir.
This can be prevented.
Newbro's Herpicide kills thi:s dand
ruff germ, and restores the hair to it-;
natural softness, and iibiiiidancy.
Herpicide is now used by thousands
of people all satisfied that it is th"
most wonderful hair preparation oi
the market today.
Sold by leading druggists. Send in.
in stamps for sample to ihe Herpicide
Co., Detroit, Mich. Sold in two sizes.
Gi'c and ?1. T. II. Thomas, tpeciil
HcWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve itenotrates the pores and heals
ing, and it is $123,000. Of this amount
$113,00(1 will be used exclusively for
school purposes, but the $10,000 will be , . " .... , , .
ed in a building tund. This extra ,
Mrs. Mary Cook had as a Sunday
;uest her granddaughter. Miss Delia
Cook of Rock Island.
Marguerite Maginnes, who has been
vicitMI'r ll,t- fllltlf tr T fM-1-Wtll -if
report was adopted and the levy an- L, Mmi(iay '
amount is levied so in case the hoard
should decide to erect any other build
ings it will have some money on hand
The high school is crowded and at any
time an addition may be made. The
Obituary Record. Christina Erick
son, wife of John Erickson, 1308 Sixth
avenue, succumbed yesterday to an at
tack of neuralgia. She was born in
Sweden Aug. 14. 1S3", and came to
America in 1SS0. marrying a year later.
C. J. Fulscher was an East Moline
is now in his 7!Uh year and has beea quickly. Sold by all druggists.
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"I want to say a few words for Cham-
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remedy. I have used this preparation
in my family for the past five years,
and have recommended it to a number
of people in York county, and have
never known it to fail to effect a cure
in any instance. I feel that I cannot
say too much for the best remedy of
the kind in the world." S. Jemisoa.
Spring Grove, York county, Pa. This
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By reports from the surroundia:;
country considerable damage vas
Five children were born, and they are I done by Tuesday's storm, the corn
Edwin M., Oscar I., Hugo E-, Harry F.. being in many instances laid Hat on
and Fred B. She also leaves four sis- the ground, most of the corn cxce-it
ers, airs. Aeis v.oinns oi loune, jus. wncre it is tangicu will rise again.
lfred Johnson of Uoek Island, ami The wind was severe about live miles
two others in Sweden. south, some sheds being blown dow i.
Alice, the 2-montlis-old child of Mr. I Threshing will be delayed ou account
and Mrs. Arthur De Verrcwaerc, 5-4 1 of the rain.
Eighteentk-and-a-balf avenue, died yes- D. H. Lyons went to Rock Island
terday. Wednesday. Mr. Maxwell and M.
William Roscmond, a veteran of the Lyons are about to go on a visit to
civil war, one of the early settlers of relatives in New York city. They will
this county ami a well known and high- visit at the seaside for a month.
ly respected citizen of the upper end J- C Swank with some friends has
of the county, entered into his rest ge up toward Osco in search o
Tuesday evening. Mr. Rosemoud was game that is now in season, llopo
cized with an attack of blood poison- they will have a good time.
ing and had been removed to the Mo- Ihe steam ditcher is again at work.
lino public hospital. He railed to find Quite a number of the men of this!
relief, however, and answered deaths idace are employed on the work. I
call at that institution. He was born Fl'd Willhouse, Jr. shipped two ca'r
March 4, 1839, and had been a resident ads of hogs to Chicago Wednesday.
of Carbon Cliff for the last 30 years. 1 ne village naa a lively appearance.
During the rebelliou he enlisted in Many larmcrs brought hogs to marker.
Company E of the ISth regiment of Krapp & Lees hauled lumber on the
Iowa. Deceased leaves four sons and c,h for a ncw bridge to be built near
two daughters. They are Charles, Lou-p-llJU!b unns 1,1 Kural township.
is, and Dahnie of Carbon Cliff, Bevt of nc ol Diitige nas been m hay condi
tion uuring me enure summer.
Miss Vinnie Dallinge is again back
as clerk in Krapp & Lees' store after
a brief visit with friends in Kansas.
Miss Edna, her sister, performed her
Sickness Is next to lmocmsible If you keen I dutios riurhisr hpr ahsenpo
the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels In perfect n H Km nr. wa in TtnMr lcl.,r,j
working order with an occasional doss of u- B- lvraPP m "OCK Island oa
ip wi K'leo'c business the fore part of this week.
I-r. M. W. ynase S The village board at its regular
Kidney-Liver PUIS meeting Monday night instructed Its
Mr. s. B. Hoidon. No. 284 Cass A . cierK to notity tne railway company
Grand Rapids, Mich., Bays: "I have for to put in a tile dram, and from the
years been subject to slUKPlshness of the I .. , : l ,. ,
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pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of his vast ex
perience, MIOX, we cure Mood disease, skin diseases, urinary and bladder diseases,
hydrocele, nervous debility and Bpecial weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
stomach and intestinal diseases. Varicocele removed in one treatment,
painless and bloodless. Keep your money In your pocket until vou see It
Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical institute, 124 West Third
street (near Main street), Davenport, Iowa. Hours, 10 to 12 a. mv 2 to
4:30, and to 8:30 p, m. Sundays from 10:30 to 12 a. m.