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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Threw 2x4 at His Wife. Berth
Pickron, through Attorney L. M. Fish
er, has brought suit for divorce from
Ed Pickron, a farmer residing iii JAb
erty township. -in her petition, 'the
wife accuses her husband of halutui!
drunkenness and extreme cruelty. 1'
is stated he comes to town and goes
on protracted sprees and that a home
he has threatened and abused he
shamefully. At one time the wife as
serts her husband tried to strike hr
through a window with a 2x1 timber
and breaking the glass, narrowly misl
ed her. He is also accused of striking
her with his fists and calling h"r
Elks Pick Site for Home The Elks
building company has arranged for
the purchase from M. D. Petersen of
the property on the south side of
fourth street, just west of the ne.v
hotel. The property has a frontag"!
of 80 feet on Fourth street and a
depth of 150 feet. It contains two
brick buildings, ono known as the old
Clausscn homestead and the other no.v
occupied as a boarding house to the
west. It is proposed to remodel and
enlarge the old Clausscn home whirl
will become the new home of the Ell.
It is an ideal location for the ElkV
Malting Company Changes Name.
By a vote of its stockholders, the cor
poration known as the Independent
Malting company has been dissolved
and the business of the company is be
ing wound up. It will be succeeded bv
a new company to be incorporated un
der the name of the Independent
Brewing company. The stockholder.
in the new company will be practical
ly the same as in the old one.
Hold Light Company to Terms.
Chairman Harrison of the light com
mittee read a. communication before
the council from President Porter of
the People's Light company, stating
that on account of failure of the manu
facturers to furnish equipment in time
for the new enclosed arc system, the
company would be unable to have irs
new system working by Sept. 1. Tho
council voted, however, fo hold the
company to its contract, and a motion
was adopted that the company be re
quired to burn the lights all night, at
$lo a month, after Sept. 1.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Elsie Cain,
wife of Richard Cain died yesterday
at St. Take's hospital, where she was
taken Sundav evening. She was age
17 years. " months and 2o days. H r
birthplace was Kirksville, Mo., and si1."
was married Dec. 4 of last year nt
Montezuma. Iowa. Besides her hus
band, her surviving relatives are her
mother. Mrs. Warren Martin, thrc"
sisters. Mrs. B. R. Ringle. of Paver
port; Mrs. Xelli Skeels, of Albion.
Ind.; and Miss Ora Martin, of Dnve.i
port: and two brothers. Harry an!
Harry Frank, the six-dnvs-olrl som
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard ITnsrcrins. of
1214 West Fourth street, died yesterday.
J Turner's and remained for a short visit
! with Mrs. . Xettie Butcher and oth'.T
' relatives. " .
Misses Lillic and Daisy Moll or
southern Illinois arc visiting friends
here. They will be remembered as lor
mor" teachers of the Dexter and
Isaac Boyles started for Massachu
setts last Thursday. Mr. Boyles ha.i
ordered an automobile rfnd has gone to
look the machine over before having
it shipped home.
Riley Halstead and George Taylor
are at the bay fishing.
Miss Mary Lee attended the teach
ers' institute in Aledo last week. Miss?
Lep has been hired to teach the Ham
Miss Nell Cooper went to Mrs. Will
Clark's, east of Aledo, on Monday.
Mrs. Lucinda Butcher visited rela
tives near Hamlet last week.
Miss Mary Lee and brother Mylo are
at the bay. They are with the crowd
Prentice Halslead took a Mason's
degree at Buffalo Prairie Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Ray have been visiting
at the home of Elisha Lee. From here
they went to ,Wolls, Minn. Mr. an I
Mrs. Ray were recently married and
are on their wedding tour.
Miss Grace Gray returned Monday
from a visit in Monmouth.
Rev. and Mrs. Tidball left Mondav
to be gone two weeks. Mrs. Tidba'l
and Grace went to Davenport and Rev.
Tidball to Lake Winona, Ind.
Mrs. Thomas Gallagher is entertain
ing her niece from Rock Island.
Threshing in this vicinity will soon
be a thing of the past. Oats is averag
ing from ?) to 35 bushels per acre.
Some pieces have yielded as high as 41
bushels to the acie.
Frank Cole came Saturday night
for a visit with bis wife at her father's
Mrs. Tierce and sun of Kansas Ci'y,
Mo. were guests at the Kendall horn
last week. Mrs. Tierce is Mr. Ken
children of Taylor Ridge visited Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Pearl and Nellie Reynolds of
Muscatine are spending a week visiting
their grandmother, Mrs. Reynolds.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee and children of
Rock Island spent Sunday with Mrs.
I.ee"s narents. Mr. and Mrs. Joliu
Misses Lulie and Bessie Williams of
Rock Island are visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Spickler.
Mrs. Charles Burgoyne and Mrs.
Eliza Extrom left Tuesday for a few
days' visit at Atkinson. 111., with Mrs.
Extrom's daughter, Mrs. Higgins.
Mrs. Carl Witt of Drury is visiting
her sister, Mrs. James Britron, this
Mrs. Silas Turner entertained the
Larkin club at her home last Thurs
day. The 24 gt:ests present spent ,i
very enjoyable day.
Miss Ltila Cooper went to Rock I-
land Saturday to visit her friend Miss
Misses Martha Schriver and Bessi
Cooper drove to Aledo Friday and it
tended the teachers' institute.
Mrs. William Dunlap from near
Aledo attended (he Larkin club at Mr.
THE ROCK ISLAND FURRIER,
DAILY OF HIS
SPORTING GOODS STORE
1 1619 8econd Avenue, Rock tsland.
A number from here attended the re
cital at Rose Hill last Wednesday, giv
en by Miss Fry of Frecport. 111. The
recital consisted of a number of select
readings. Miss Ottmau, who accom
panied her, rendered a number of solos.
Miss Fry is a talented reader. She
has the honor of holding four medals
a silver, gold, grand gold, and diamond
medal and also has just won a four
years' scholarship at college. She is
well known in this vicinity.
Mis. 1). W. Mumma was in Port By
ron last Wednesday.
John De V'inney of Rapids City call-
d on James A. Searl one day last
"Airs. Robert Savage of Port Byron
visited with her sister, Mrs. W. H. H.
Dow. a few days last week.
Alvah Searl was a caller in Le Claire
Mrs. Frank Dailey and daughter Vera
of Albany are visiting relatives in this
vicinity this week.
The officers of the Joslin Fair asso
ciation held a business meeting at the
air grounds last Saturday afternoon.
Charles Filbert of Port Byron visited
ast week with his brother Joe.
Miss Bertha Hasson of Moline is vis
iting willi Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Cook
W. It. II. Dow was a business caller
in Moline last Saturday.
The medal contest held at Rose Hill
church last Saturday evening was well
attended. Miss Cora Cox received the
Dan. Noah, and Frank Wake attend
ed the ball game at Rock Island last
tleorge Schafer of Port Byron spent
Sunday with Ambrose and Obah Searl.
Mr. and Mrs. Simmons of Moline are
enjoying a visit with Mrs. Simmons'
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pennell.
Ira Wells ami little daughter were in
Moline last Saturday.
S. S. Dailey, who has been sick the
past week, is much improved.
Mrs. Bowers of Silvis visited with
her sister, Mrs. J. T. Frels, a few day;
Elmer, Bert and New Wells attend
ed the ball game at Rock Island last
Charles Walthes was a business call
er in the tri-cities last Saturday.
Mrs. Clarence Johnson, who was tak
en suddenly sick last Saturday, is some
Clyde Domunstrom's little child, who
has been quite ill with summer com
plaint, is reported some better.
George McNcal and wife of Hamil
ton visited relatives here Tuesday.
Miss Lelah Ausbrook visited this
week in Davenport the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Briggs, returning home
Miss Blanche Albrecht of Moline
was a vistor here Tuesday.
Mrs. W. G. Ausbrook and children.
Mrs. Godfrey Peterson and baby, Pan-
fine, also Mrs. A. D. Cox visited tb2
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Peterson vis
ited Tuesday iu Wake, III. with the'r
daughter. Mrs. Joseph Anderson, ami
attended the birthday dinner of the'r
little grandson, Francis Anderson.
Mrs. C. O. Hodgson, Mrs. V. 11. Ellis
and daughter Ella were in Davenport
The Harmony circle was entertain
ed Wednesday by Mrs. Snow.
Mrs. Direen of Jacksonville arrived
Wednesday for a visit with her son,
George Direen and wife.
.1. C. Hawkins of Hampton was a
business caller here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mis. Will Rank and children
of Moline were the guests Wednesday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. A. Hirschey returned to her
home in Moline after a visit here wp;:
her parents Mr. and Mrs. William
Mrs. Florence Pomrroy and chihlic.
of Erie are the guests this week at
the home of Mrs. John A. Peterson
and Mrs. E. Hougue.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Thompson an I
son returned to their home in Sioux
City, Iowa after an enjoyable visit hciv
The saloon owned by Will Bishop
opened up for business Wednesday.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Nicholson is quite ill.
The next meeting of the Harmony
circle will be held on Campbell's is
land Sept. 4:
Mrs. John Kipp of Rock Island. Mrs.
John Bergandahl and family, Mrs.
Fritz Cole of Moline were the guests
Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Bertha Davis of Rock Island
was calling on friends here the fore
part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Keene enter
tained friends Sunday from Stewart.
Friends of Miss Mildred Matthews
will be pleased to learn of her mar
riage to a voung man of Lewiston,
Mont., to take place the 1st of Sept.
Miss Mildred is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kingsley Matthews of this
Raises Grade of Kindergartens. Mo-I
line's kindergartens are to be elevated
to the standard of the kindergartens of
Chicago as a result of the efforts of
Miss Minnie George, director of kinder
gartens in the public schools. Three
of the leading kindergarten schools of
Chicago have consented to grant credits
for work done to cadets from Moline
kindergartens when they enroll in the
Chicago schools to complete their train
ing as teachers.
Silvis Jail Contract Let. The con
tract for building the village jail at
Silvis has been let to Swenson &
Swanson for $lf.O. The building is to
be of Carbon Cliff pressed brick, and
its dimensions 10x10 feet. The cells
are to be 7x7 feet, and there will be an
ante-room. The cells are to be divided
by brick walls and closed by steel
doors. The building is-to be covered
by three-ply roofing. A site has been
secured on the north side of First ave
nue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets, the Silvis Land company hav
ing donated the ground. The building
will be completed by Sept. IT,. A raid
was made on the slot machines of Sil
vis by a deputy sheriff Tuesday morn
ing. The owners were instructed to
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Machines were found in the two sa
loons and in the pool room and res
Worse Every Year.
Plenty of Rock Island Readers Have
the Same Experience.
Dont' neglect an aching back.
It will get worse every year.
Backache is really kidney ache.
To cure the back, you must cure the
If you don't, other kidney ills wiil
Urinary troubles diabetes, Bright's
A Rock Island citizen tells you how
the cure is easy.
Otto Brown of 1121 Eleventh avenue,
Rock Island, 111., says: "Fifteen years
ago I was seized with acute backache.
My back became so weak that I had to
quit work on several occasions. I en
dured severe pains and weakness across
my loins, and was unable to stoop or
lift anything. I tried many remedies.
but the trouble seemed to get worse
instead of better. I was becomin
alarmed. Several people advised me
to try Doan's Kidney Pills before I fc
cided to do so. I finally sent to the
Harper house pharmacy and procured
a box. They seemed to go right to
the sjxjt, for 1m fore I had finished the
first box the pains and ach.es had gon
and I could go about my work with
ambition. Doan's Kidney Pills cured
me entirely, and I am always glad to
recommend them to anyone sufTerin
as I did."
For sale by all dealers. Price. T.
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
falo, N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's an 1
ONE FARE-ROUND TRIP
Paving Nearly Completed. The last
work of the Eighteenth street paving
has been begun, that of laying the
binder course and asphalt.
Poisoned by Canned Food. Word
has been received here of the illness
of Miss Ool.lie Mowry. daughter of Of
ficer At well Mowry. who with .her moth
er has bom enjoying an outing at Lake
Delavan, Wis. A crowd of about 2T.
including Miss Mowry, were having a
big "spread" made up mostly of canned
goods. The next day every one of the
party was afflicted with ptomaine pois
on. Miss Mowry was probably the
most seriously ill of any of the party,
for it took a doctor "t! hours to bring
her out of danger. She is getting on
nicely now, however.
FALLING HAIR STOPPED.
The Nigsra Falls Route
From St. Louis Take
BIG FOUR ROUTE"
From Peoria Take
Lake Erie & Western
"BIG FOUR ROUTE"
RAILWAY SYSTEM "
SARATOGA, N. Y.and RETURN
a can vr or mf.ktimj
Grand Army of the Republic
.Tickets on sale Sept. 6-7-8 Good to Return to Sept. 17
Extension to Oct. 6th secured by deposit and fee of $1.00
Tickets ROUTED VIA OUR LINES will be accepted at your
pleasure by the BOAT LINES in either direction, between
DETROIT. TOLEDO, CLEVELAND, and BUFFALO. Also
between ALBANY and NEW YORK.
TI) TTC S!,r!,,"K " 1"k or IIomIoh nml Itctiirn .0
-U.j 1 IV 1 1 3 snrjilj;n to ew A irk or lloston and return tw Albany .r..OO
ut lliiHIc ( rrrk, II -troit. S:miluk. cstlicld. nml Mntnra
I'll I Is. Oil ;iitK Journt'V Pnswnsir to lente Isint Mop
STOPOVERS ov-r point not later thnn S'pt. !. On Hot urn Journey 10
tlnjM ttllliin transit limit.
CHAUTAUQUA and RETURN lloi.
Fare from CHICAGO, $17.50; PEORIA, $22.30; ST. LOU IS, $27.80
BOSTON and RETURN -" 21 "..
Fare from CHICAGO, $24.C0 Fare from ST. LOUIS, $27.00
NEW ENGLAND Resorts - " "
From Chicago or ST. LOUIS, One Fare Plus $2.00 for the Round Trip
CANADIAN RESORTS w.n.v im . si.it. a... 7
From Chicago or ST. LOUIS, One Fare Plus $2X0 for the Round Trip
Any Itiiilroml Ticket Aurnt vtill br Kind to civc you full infornintlon nml ticket
Mr. and Mrs. John Rcid of Rock Is
land spent Sunday at this place visit
Mrs. Charles Burgoyne and Miss
Eliza Extrom spent Thursday in Rey
nolds at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Mrs. Runyan of Clinton returned
home Sunday morning after spending
two weeks visiting her daughter, Mrs
Miss Mary Oldham of St. Anthony's
hospital came down on the boat from
Rock Island Sundav evenine.
I Mr. and Mrs. John First and baby of
Muscatine visited Sunday at the home
of Mrs. Annie Mounts.
John Ballard spent Sunday in Rock
Charlie Burgoyne is to teach the fall
term of school at Timber.
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Bateman and
. EAST MOLINE.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Emmons wh.)
have been camping near the river have
one to Thompson, III. to visit, her par
A. Gumber has sold his property on
Third avenue to a Rock Island man.
Mrs. Klunder has returned from
A number from here attended the
ciicus in Davenport Monday.
Mrs. Peterson who has been cooking
at the City hotel has gone to Moline
Harry Baker and wife have moved
into the house vacated by Peter Boyle.
Mabel Zeutgraef and Edith Reeve."
arrived home from Niagara Falls Mon
Mrs. Ida Beasiey left Tuesday even
ing for Lennox, Iowa to care for an
The World's Coinage Muddle and the
Range of Units of Value.
Twenty-six different monetary units
are used by the forty-eight principal
countries of the world. Thus threat
Britain uses the sovereign or pound
sterliug, France and six other countries
of Europe use a unit equal to the
franc, and Canada and the United
States use the dollar.
In value these different units range
from 4.4 to 40 IT!:, cents of money of
the United States. They are represent
ed in their turn by coins the values of
which are either multiple or fractional
parts of the value of their own chief
units, and there are no doubt at least
200 such sufficient coins not one of
which seems to have a value equal to
that of any commonly known unit of
weight, as the gram, for example, or
the ounce of gold, although forty-three
of these forty-eight countries have ae
ecpteil gold as their standard measure
This lack of logical relation of coins
to any widely used unit of weight of
the precious metals may lie due to the
fact that money systems seem to have
grown up haphazard, under diverse
conditions of life, in different parts of
Such diversity in moneys may have
been of little moment when millions of
people spent their lives knowing noth
ing of the existence of other millions
and there was little traffic. But these
differences in monetary units are of
importance now that international
commerce includes millions of tons of
products of the toil of all lands and
billions of dollars each year to settle
its bills, for stub differences put upon
trade a wholly unnecessary tax. No
account is made here of the burden
laid on domestic trade by like varia
tion in the value of such units at home,
as of the tael of China, which has six
teen different values within that em
pire. Moody's Magazine.
Baldness Cured by Destroying the
Parasite Germ That Causes It.
Baldness follows falling hair, falling
hair follows dandruff; and dandruff is
the re.-llt of a germ digging its va
into the scalp to the root of t'te ha'r
where it saps the vitalitv of th'1 hair
To destroy thai germ is to prevent a
well as cure dandiuff. falling hair,
and. lastly, baldness. There is only
one preparation known to do that. Xew
bro's Horpieide. an entirely new, scien
tific discovcrv. Wherever it lias beci
tried it has proven wonderfully si;i-jr)
cessful. It can't be otherwise, becaus" . O
it utterly destroys the dandruff gcin'. o
You destroy the cause, vim roir.o." O
the effect." Sold by leading druggi.-?. ' ?j
Send lec in stamps for sample to the Q
Ilerpicide Co.. Detroit. Mich. Sold niH
two sizes. :,k- afld $1. T. II. Thoma-: ig
special agent. o
Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours. q
T. J. Blackmore, of Hallcr & Black- O
more, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short A
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) but come to us, for our business was esiablihed to help all those who
Q need money.
We will loan any amount fr.mi $."1.00 to $200 on household goods,
horses and wagons, pianos, or o her personal property, without remo
val, and arrange the payments in either weekly or monthly install
nicnt.s, and ilien one small payment made eiiher once a week or once
a month will pay on all your bills.
Seventy-two cents is the weekly payment on a $.".' loan for TU
v.'i eks' time, and all other amounts at same proortion.
time since I procured a bottle of My;
tic Cure. It got me out of the house in
21 hours. I took to my bed with rheu
matism nine months ago and the Mystic
Cure Is the only medicine that did me
any good. I had five of the best physi-'o X
"ians in the city, but I received verylg
little help from them. I know the Mys-!q
tic Cure to be what it Is represented!
ind take pleasure in recommending it jo
rt other poor sufferers." Sold by Otto, 5
Grotjan, 1T.01 Second avenue, Rock Is- b
land; Gust Schlcgcl & Son, 220 Westlg
second street, Davenport.
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We loan in Buffalo, Le Claire, Princeton, Clinton, Silvis, East Mo
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If you need money, fill out the blank below and mail to us, and our
agent will call and explain all of our plans to you without charge.
Letters and phone calls given prompt attention.
At this season we should eat sparing
ly and properly. We should also help ;
the stomach as much as possible by
the use of a little Kodol occasionally. '
Tri-Cily Loarv Co.,
Old Phone N. 2425. 219J Brady Street, Davenport
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
Kodol for indigestion and dyspepsia
will rest the stomach by actually di
gesting the food itself. Sold by all
Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known
"I want to say a few words for Cham
berlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea
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
remedy is for sale by all druggists.
Sickness la next to impossible if you keen
the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels In perfect
working order with an occasional dose of
Dr. A. W. Chase's
Mr. 8. B. Holden. No. 284A Cui Ava
Grand Rapids, Mich., says: "I have for rhomViorl'iin'c sinmaeh nnd I.lver Tab-
years been subject to slusRlshneos of the , . T 0w f riotrnit Mirh
liver and constipation, the kidneys were also lets- J- SeitZ, Of Detroit, Alien,
inactive and caused me a great deal of pain'says' "TheF restored by appetit.2
across my loins. I got some of Dr. A. W. I . i- , v ,,,(
Chase's Kidney-Liver Pins and they cured when imPaired- relieved be of a bloal
the inactivity ot the organs rapidly and ed feeling and caused a pleasant and
easily. I would not be without them." 25c , . . . ,,.i - .
a box at ail dealers. Write for a free sample! satisfactory movement of the bowels.
Dr. a. w. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, n. y. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. A'l
For Sale at Harper House Pharmacy. I druggists.
"Olf Hundred" Scares Birds.
It is a strange but well authenticat
ed fact that the wild creatures of the
woods dislike the sound of that solemn
hymn "Old Hundred." Muir, the nat
uralist, proved the truth of this by
singing it in the woods of the Sierras
to the birds aud squirrels, which were
very tame from never having been
frightened by the report of a gun or
other alarming sound. They would
oome and sit near him upon the
branches of trees and listen to any
lively tune he might sing, blinking
their bright eves as though they liked
It, but at the first sound of "Old nan-
tired" they would beat a quick retreat
to their boles or nests and never ap
pear again until be changed the tune
This experiment was made in different
places on various occasions with er
actly the same result New York Her
For an Impaired Appetite.
To improve the ppetite and strength
en the digestion try a few doses cf
At the Club
Or at home, our bottled goods
are the best beverages. Our
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Cider, are in a class by them
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some. They please the palate,
quench the thirst, aid digestion,
and promote health. Also send
for a case of the most refreshing
drink in the world Coca Cola.
Sole bottlers for Hook Island
Carse & Ohlweiler
Cor. Eleventh St. and Fifth Ave.
Old phone west 14, new phone
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
Tie Is the old reliable ppeciallst, established In Pavenport 12 years. Dur
ing that time over fifty speoialisis have come here anil remained from a
few weeks to a few yoars. They took your money and left nothing but
broken promises. Pr. Walsh has remained hero long enough to prove his
cures are permanent, for the. people he cured 12 years ago have remained
m tor Dram
For Drunkenness, OpfuM,
other Drug Using,
the Tobacco Habit
CANOT GET A SURE CURE ANY
t0"T waste your time trying others, for you cannot net our treatment
at any other place, ns must of our appliances and treatments are the re
sults of our own study and invention, nnd you cannot get the eaine re
sults without them.
SEE our new gigantic Static X-Rny machine. It Is a wonder. We use all
forms of electricity, vlbratic.- and vl'dct rays. Call and see a thoroughly
equipped Institute. Consultao.m, nspection and explanation free and
RRMF.MHRK, our treatment Is the best and the cheapest. Don't pay your
money for inferior treatment when he surest Is the cheapest. Our guar
antee Is backed by 12 years of succes rifilit here in Davenport and thous
ands of cured nnd satisfied patients. Do husiness like a business man
go where yon can K't the best for your money if you are not sure. In
vestigate, ami be sure you're right, then c ahe.nJ.
WOMEN suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and K' t the benetlt of his vast ex
perience. Mi:, we pure blond disease, skin diseases, urinary nnd blaCder diseases,
hydrocele, nervous debility and special 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 adrtress Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical Institute, 124 West Third
street (near Main Btreet), Davenport. Iowa. Hours, lu to 12 a. m., 2 to
4:30. and V to 8:30 p, m. Sundays from 10:30 to 12 a. m.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLOND, ILL,
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent interest Paid on De
posits. 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. R. corner ot Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
R. It. Cable,
William II. Dart,
II. P. Hull.
E. W. Hurst,
II. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & HnrsL-