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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, JANUARY , 1910.
PEORIA EASY PREY
Team Wins Last Evening's
Game in a Walk.
Cavett, New Twirler
! FINAL SCORE IS 56 TO 11
Never sleeps, nor does it
wear out; but keeps on
working for you day and
night, provided'they are de-
, posited in this strong bank.
If your dollars are not at
work, but are lying idle in j
Rock Island Boys Make Excellent
Showing and Appear ; to Have
Calibre for Championship.
j4 Interest Paid
fg PEOPLE WHO
Might as well get . something
The -hish school basketball team
I from. Peoria fe31 before the local team
. last eveniiier in a erame at the hi irk
your pockets, get them out l schooI &ymaasium by a 8Core of 56 to
and deposit them under ourjn Tne game commenced as though
It was going to be close and for the
j first few minutes neither side was able
to score a field basket. Peoria could
not stand the strain, however, and
after holding out this length of time
the boys from the distillery city beg-iu
to weaken and the game became very
The local boys put up an excellent
exhibition and Couch Gray and their
admirers were well satisfied with their
showing. Peoria was- thought to havo
an excellent team inasmuch as they
had not met with defeat thus far this
year and were claiming- championship
aspirations. The Rock Island students
i are considerably elated over the easy
j victory of their team and they aro
! now expressing the hope of having the
; champion team of the state.
All .TiL In F'oriu.
The Rock Island oys were in good
! form last evening ind some of tho
i work done la piling hp the count was
of a. spectacular natuto. Captain Liitt
was as usual the sta( of the contest.
Lis rapid footwork enabling him to
score , 20 points for his team during
the evening. MacManus was also
strong on baskets. During the time
he playad ho securedsix Hold baskets,
a total of 12 points. Steeoburg made
10 points, Streckfus 8 and Young 4.
Swift Rich e . was , in t the lineup for a
time, being. .tried at .both the center
position and ae forward.
The lineup ' of , the 1 Peoria . team waa
asvfollows: Topplg, .'center; Daugherty
and; Fritz,, forwards; Schwabacker and
Moore, , guards.
A -preliminary ,'tovthe'inain gams- was
played by the second teams and a team
from i the sophomore class, . the latter
In Motlne Tonlglit
The local boys -will follow up last
evenings contest-by playing a game
with the ifJMoline high" school -hoys to
night in ; tho-Mol in e gym. Thls-is tha
first , contest of tho year with the fol
lowers of the' maroon and whit and
j as there are two more games to be
j played the outcome will be watched
I with considerable interest.
i' poor, article -when you
the" best f or the same
appetizing as"toveat something
' that 'isn't. - What's ' the use of
money, at -Maths.
That our home-made candies
are vthe .best. j and fsthattwe' know
what we are talking about 1
when we say, they -are fine?
DO YOU J KNOW-
'tThat . our. display ' of fancy
boxes and basketsi8tho finest
;in the city., and thai candy 1 1n
, S them-lo v the vary t choicest?
nn - Yni i irr&nw
r,aw iiaw .
1 . Yon can rbur Maths' cakes and
t f pastry at1 less expense 'than to
J f m ake .them , yotirst3f ?
f DO YPUJKWOW
t That i our : ice A cream and fruit
; JceB -.cannot ; do i excelled 7
DO YOU, KNOW
Our.horehound candy, is, a botch
cure for cough' or. cold. ;Try it.
5 i v V " 5 ' r
I .ft " -r ?
: ' - i
"Pug" Cavett, the young twirler who
seems assured of a berth on Jack
Tighe's Islanders of this year, is a left
hander with plenty of speed and
curves. He is only 20 years old. but
he has seen four years of baseball,
both professional and semi-professional.
The young twirler is six feet, three
and a half Inches tall and weighs 175
pounds. He played last season with
Muskesoe, Okla., and became the prop
erty of the Detroit Tigers in August
at which time he was bought. Mana
ger Tighe convinced Manager Hughsy
Jennings of the Tigers that Cavett
ought to spend at least another year
in the minors and accordingly he'was
released to Rock Island.
LANG JS JGAREO
Puts Up Poor Argument in the
" Memphis Fight With Bat
DOWN AND OUT IN EIGHTH
Champion Shows He Is in Condition
to Make a Good Showing
Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 22. Battling
Nelson whipped a badly frightened
youth named Eddie
shall bo enjoined er otherwise pro
hibited. But the suit in equity pales into ln
Bigniflcance alongside of the determination-of
the department of Justice to
begin criminal proceedings. This de
termination was not reached until af
ter the attorney general had consulted
Result of Long Inquiry.
Just how far the agitation now sweep
ing over the country against the high
prices of meat entered into the ques
tion cannot be said with certainty.
The department of justice points 10
the fact that the investigation of the
operations of the National Packing
company has been in progress for more
than a year.
It originated with the discovery by
lang in eight ' e in,erstare commerce commission
, . t ,,,. , , oi uufjieu re.-jHies receivea uy packers
rounds last night lrore Tommy i , ., , , ,
nuiu iuv iiiiiruaua. in ue ire ujeu
by Morris & Co. and by the other
packers, according to the attorney sea-
1716-1718 Soond Avenue.
YOU CAN GET
Ryan's Memphis Athhflic flub. Tha
champion of the light , eights stowed j
a punch to the body after an uneven j "ral' Place 811 overvaluation on
jjjj j drf-ssed beer in transportation in order
Nelson" showed much of his old-time I to resent ""-MElve claims to the rail-
speed and endurance, and despite th.? roads ,n ,hJ ca3e of an' damage. i
disparity between the ability of him- stork mm Are Aknuni.
self and Luig demonstrated that he Dc nver, Jan. 22. The growing movo-i
has enough of his former power le't ment to boycott meat ha3 arous.-d
to give Ad Wolgast a terrific fight. j stockmen of the west to a protest thit !
Lang never had a chance and 1 effect of the boycott will injure :
seemed too badly frightened to fight j the stockmen rather than the packers. !
back. Occasionally he would tear) 1-ast night the directors of th.
loose and iand a fair blow. The punch Western Stock Show association, com- j
that ended the fight was a terrLic I posed of 5(h.i vvesUrn stockmen an i j
right under the heart. business men interested in live stosk j
jot Thoma. d Hanntcld Dran. j yi ouucuoii. aaoptea resolutions co::-,
demning tne movement as calculated ;
Philadelphia. Pa., Jan. 22. In the
windup of an allstar saow at the Non
pareil A. C. last night. Joe Thomas
and Harry Mansfield fought a six
Braanlgan avd Walab Matchrd.
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 22-. Patsy Bran
nigan of Pittsburg and Jimmy Walsh
of Boston have been matched to fight
here next week.
Don't worry and . fret about .
DOIW7. Use ours, and pay it
back in small ' weekly or month
If you owe . several small, bills,
. pay. them. all ofT-aodiget your In-j
'debfedness all in one place. You
will Hud it -mocb easier to pay. 1
. Ixhmis with -ottver jflrras ;paid off
and extra cash' advanced.
$5 to 100 on .furniture, pianos. , Ij
horses, wagons, etc.. without re- M
moval. tl.30 per week pays aj
J30 loan in 60' . weeks. Larger -and
smaller amounts In the samel
Onr low rates . and . up-to-date .
methods, together with .courtaum
treatment and confldeatiai rela
tions, explain why .we are get
, ting- more than our share of the
GOLF WAR FAILS
TO BE REALIZED
East and 'West Patch TJp Differences
at Annual Meeting of the
U. S. G.'A.
accent will c.
phone - to
New York, Jan. 22. Such sectional
differences as may have existed be
tween the .east and west as to the
United States Golf association were
completely harmonized last might at
I the annual meeting' of that body. Chi
cago waa voted the next annual gath-
TAUNTS 'ARTHA' JOHNSON;
DONE UP IN BANDAGES
IUaclc Champion Resents Accusation
He Used to Drink Beer and Is
"Private and Reliable"
TRI-OTY LOAN CO.
ZldrBrady street, Davenport
Iowa. Old. Dhone N. 2425;
new phone 242.
CLARK'S CRUISE CF THE "CLEVELAND"
18,009 tons, brand new.
;0UHD the V0R1
tli CHE llWfB ESTIHE CRUISE eSSfc
With mlmmtor, grin nMo, cymiw turn
cl iwuuunt pool.
FROIJ NEW YORK, OCTOBER 18.
nrlr loot moaths, eottlnff oly AJ CP,
lacludlag ell ucnntrnpmMti prlao.lrtrvr.1
iae bilmy climu. rtlBii!on, ioccun.
. card partlA.. ud chipmufe fo ldlr.
SPECIAL FEATURES Marfetra, Epyot,
I India, Ceylon, Burma, Java, fcomw, Plifi
! Ispinea, Japan. An unusual ohanss to vlclf
"Pep" Clark, one of the host out
fielders in the Central association last
season, ha signed with Waterloo.
Patsy Donovan and Forrest Plass
are candidates to manage the Jackson
ville team. In the proposed Northern
Doc - Chllds . continues . to talk hope
fully of the Northern league's pros
pects and at the same time he is add
ing to the-eize and equipment of his
Decatur-pool hall. Doo is a good ad
vertiser. He counts that day lost when
his name fails to get into the local
It may he that the - Chicago White
Sox will not go to the far northwoet
nest spring. The clubs at Portland,
Seattle, Spokang ana other cities on
the coast, wise from past experience,
are not coming up with the promises
of cash, which renders the -financial
outlook for the trip a matter of doubt.
Manager Doyle of Waterloo has se
cured Jack Reldy, an outfielder, from
Chattanooga. He comes from the
same team as Wilkes and Leard, in
fleldc.Ts, whom Boyle has bought.
Chattanooga, which has purchased the
Little Rock franchise, has a surplus
of material. Reidy batted .248 last
year and stood fourth in the South
Atlantic league as a run getter.
HARNESS MEETS ARE DATED
CLARK'S 12th Annual CRUISE
Feb. S to April 19 ww
By S.J. Crrurr Kurtfuavrst
Brrairr- ttmm dr. Iacllm ft Sra la T.rrt mm
tha Holr I -sad (with ai(U trip to Khanouxj costing
SiCLaJ. KEATC&JtSi MaJelra.
Alflvt. Malta. CMStaarlnaplc. Axhra., Kucn., tk
Rlrlera. ik. TWJtr', rv atop vnm la luwe.
lncln'l. r&aatoa rlav. etc.
rmaJfK C Him. laaa BUf., Xt
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riSPiaailail. "aJt'ilM awl ia
Far DnakesBett, Optn,
a m morprma m
viaar anas vnat
the Tobacco Habit
New York, Jan. 22. Jack Johnson,
heavyweight champion, was locked up
at police headquarters Thursday night
on a charge of felonious assault made
against him by nother negro, Norman
Pinder, who says he is a consumptive
and who looks it.
Pinder says that Johnson assaulted
him in "Baron" WilklnsV resort at 253
West Thirty-fifth street early Tnursv
da.y morning as a result of a lipute
over drinks. Pinder, who is a mulat
to, says that he was buying drinks
and asked Johnson to join him. Ac
cording to the complainant Johnson
said he wanted wine. Pinder said that
would be all right for once, but that
he couldn't kep it up long. Johnson,
he says, remarked that he never drank
anything else, and Piuder says he
came back at the pugilist with a state
ment that onc-3 upon a time he wasn't
"You used to drink beer," Pinder
said. "I've seen you drink it and
out of a bucket, too. with your face in
the bucket, like a horse,"
It wa9 then. Pinder says, that John
son assaulted him. Johnson finally
was released under $1.(MM) bail.
Central Illinois Trotting and Pacing
Associations Map Out Circuit.
Kewar.ee, 111.. Jan. 22. Dates for
racing meetings of the Central Illinois
Trotting and Pacing association were
fixed at the annual conference here
yesterday as follows:
Cambridge Aug. 24-26.
Wyoming Aug. 31 -Sept. 2.
Princeton Sept. 7-9.
Kewanee Sept. 14-16.
Aledo Sept. 21-24.
Bradford Sept. 28-30.
W. D. Emerson of Aledo was re
elected president and Charles L. Trim
ble of Princeton secretary. It was
decided not to arrange purses until
April 10, when another meeting will
be held in Kewanee.
PilAY DROP BAR FOR
Germany Considering Bill and Tariff
Agreement Is Said to Be a
Berlin, Jan. 22. A forecast of the
reply of the United States to Ger
many's recent tariff note telegraphed
In advance Indicates Germany's posi
tion, has . been treated In a spirit of
fairness and an agreement 1b likely,
The question of the importation of
American meats appears to offer no
further difficulties. The imperial min
istry of the interior, in anticipation
of the American reply, has prepared
a bill -which will be submitted to the
federal council and relchsag for ap
proval before Feb. 7. the date upon
which the general tariff will be applied
to American Imports unless an agree
ment Is reached meantime. The
American note, with a draft of this
bill,' will be communicated for its ac
ceptance or rejection to the imperial
consultative commercial board which
Is to-meet Monday.
TOM TAGGART LOSES
EYE WHILE HUNTING
Face Accidentally Filled With Bird
Shot and He Is Being Harried
The Moline high school basketball
team was defeated last evening im a
game played with Clinton high school
team at Clinton. The score of the
game was 31 to 18.
Natchez, Miss, .Jan. 22. Thomas
Taggart of Indianapolis, Ind., who was
accidentally shot by W. H. Horton
while hunting yesterday near Fayette,
left early today for Jackson and later
in the day will go to Louisville. Tag
gart rested well last night. He will
lose the eight of his right eye.
Natchez, Miss., Jan. 22. Thomas
Taggart, democratic -national commit
teeman of Indiana, was accidentally
shot while bunting with his private
secretary, Harry Horton, near Fayette,
in Jefferson county, late yesterday.
Forty-two bird shot struck Mr. Ta
gart in the face, right shoulder and
chest, and besides other injuries it is
feared that the sight of one eye will
to dlscourag-? an Increased production
of meat animals.
Drniand Alone Controls.
"The present prices of meat are
caused by the increased demand due
to the growing population of the coun
try." the resolutions read, "and the
low prices that have heretofore pre
vailed are responsible for the failure
of the producer to keep pace with the
increase in population. With the in
crease of our population it is the duty
of every patriotic citizen to encourage
agriculture in every possible way. We
assert that present prices for meats
are not unduly high as compared with
the advance In price on all food
Too Many la Cities.
Washington, Jan. 22. Secretary W1V
son, discussing the meat situation,
said today there are not enough people
on the farme to produce -food for those
who crowd to the dtlee. The cities
produce plenty to drink, but nothing to
eat, he said. He could offer no plan
for Inducing the people to go to the
TARIFF LEAGUEJS MEETING
Condemns Congressmen Who Prom
ote Disturbance and Uncertainty.
New York, Jan. 22. Representatives
from 19 states attended the 25th annual
meeting of the American Protective
Tariff league here yesterday and adopt
ed a resolution Introduced by Henry B.
Joy of Detroit, Mich., deprecating fur
ther tariff agitation and objecting to
the reelection of congressmen who
were "enemies of protection" or "pro
moters of tariffdisturbance and uncer
DID YOU EVER FALL DOWK?
May be no fault rf ycurs. but it niakr? f?cl cheap. It'.-
just so in a financial way. with this hi adulti-.!! - ii ivakc.s.yru let k
cheap. Sometimes circumstances cui.:j.'-1 i6 in T'lM cv.n." b;:t
you anticipate any pim h "siip," Lette r s .( vt- i.i i ii.i'v ' h';l; ci.t
in all (tses or i:icr.ey troubie. to b'-riil; disV"'!-.. .! I'-o- lc. t n
terms which are rc-astrable an.i r.cht. si uu Kiwj" '. to yi-vr a::ro' 1.
Amounts f r ;n ; 1 o to $2' v s::tke a !:.e
extend the same tourtesy acl I U- sa:nc :;;'i?rij c.
loan 33 on the larger amorists. ,'r ;k! ..:..- chr.soi..
out '.I the an:e'!S!t applied for v.w'y do f-lsiii-ji ? (f a
we pi.'tke you a loan. s:ud then only wl:Pt h3s
agreed '.spon, which is all yets v. ili bo ex;,e toil 10 ! a
..' f :.-id -- !'
si! ess ;i is. i
i:.i '.v.: ;'.;en
kind ui:l. '-s
: :i jT.-vio-:!;.'
. C i fitlcnt'al
dealings, t f course. Let us tell ou
financial distress today.
what wo can do fcr a case cf
TY LOAN GO
Kooui -lt; Hest Jiuildii:, Fourth I'loor, !;ik Island.
Old Phone W'vst ."11. .New 1'lioin- Oll.
Who Are Tired
Doctoring in the Old Way WiUxoat
Results Should Try Electricity.
FOE ELECTRICITY IS LIFE
It-Will Prepare Anyone for the -hat-tie
for Success By Charging
Their Nerve -With Energy.
PAIR STAY OVER SUNDAY
Release of Stensland and Hering
from Joliet Prison Postponed.
Springfield, 111., Jan. 22. Secretary
Snively of the state board of pardons
stated today that owing to the worK.
necessary in making out tne pape-s
for the employment of Paul O. Stens
land and Henry W. Hering, former
Chicago bankers, and the fact that no
work was done at the penitentiary on
Sunday, they would not be released
until next Monday.
Overindulgence in laughter is repro
bated by Emerson. Explosions of it.
he says, should be under strict control.
and be quotes approvingly the saying
of Lord Chesterfield. "I am sure that
since I had the use of my reason no hu
man being has ever heard me laugh."
But Emerson is not altogether consist
ent in this matter, for. whereas In one
passage he refers to laughter as a
"contemptible squeal of joy," in an
other it becomes a "pleasant spasm."
and he gratefully acknowledges "the
rest and refreshment we get from the
Mr. Tasreart was taken to Louisville i shaklns of the sides." Moreover, he
Zbyszko Easily Defeats Parr.
Toledo. Ohio, Jan. 22. Zbyszko eas
ily defeated Jimmy Parr in a fast
wrestling bout here last night at the
Coliseum in two straight falls. Zbysz
ko secured the first fall in 29 minutos
and the second in 11 minutes.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nev
er disappoints those who use It for
obstinate coughs, colds and irrita
tions of the throat and lungs. It
stands unrivalled as a remedy for all
throat and lung diseases. Sold by
I Consult tioar doctor f reels ckoat medical mat
ter. He Ifnotot. Trust him. Do as he say$.
allow hit adoie al.all, times. t-JLif; T
All run down, easily tired, thin, pale,
nervous? And do not know what to
take ? Then go direct to your doctor.'
Ask his opinion of Ayer's non-alcoholic
Sarsaparilla. No alcohol, no stimu
lation. A blood purifier, a nerve tonic,
a strong alterative, an aid to digestion.
Laymsn's Great Mission Movement.
Men of Protestant churches in New
York ar?d with la a radius of fifty miles
of that city are taking keen and active
Interest in meetings recently begun
which will continue until Sunday.
Jan. 16. These meetings are arranged
by the laymen's missionary move
ment, and the activity they arouse is
significant, since they aim at world
evangelization. Protestants of all de
nominations are working In unity to
make the campaign one of tremendous
success, showing that cfced differences
are being forgotten. The laymen's
missionary movement was organised
for the purpose of showing the men
of America their duty to non-Christian
lands and how to discharge that duty.
It is hoped by the missionary move
ment that volunteers will be found
who will go into the foreign fields to
spread the work of evangelization.
Pledges of large financial support to
the movement have been made, and
all through the United States the keen
est interest Is said to prevail In the
work ahead. After the campaign in
New Tork there will be rallies in many
other cities, and a general convention
will be held in Chicago next May, at
which reports of the work will be
Wisconsin Soelo National Rifle Shoot.
Wisconsin, with-the support of Gen
eral Grant, will try to get tbe national
army rif! shoots for Sparta. Wis., it
was recently announced. Tbe shoots
have been held in Seagirt, N. J., and
Camp Perry, Ohio.
for surgical attention aboard a special
train last night.
U. S. ON TRAIL OF
THE BEEF TRUST
(Continued from Page One.)
ernment has determined to take action
are Swift & Co., Armour & Co.. Nelson
Morris & Co., and the National Pack
ing company. The last named is con
trolled by the first three corporations.
Would Dissolve Company.
Besides the criminal prosecution the
department of justice has under con
sideration the advisability of institut
ing a suit In equity for the dissolution
of the National Packing company. This
suit, if instituted, will be filed in the
circuit court for the northern district
of Illinois. To that court the govern
ment will present a petition setting
forth the case and prayjng that the
violation of the law complained of
pROTECT yourself against
sudden attacks of Chills,
Colds, and Grippe by keeping
the system strong and healthy
and the digestion normal. To
do this, take
I W J CELEBRATED 1
I j STOMACH n V I
y U BITTER
admits that "to see a man in a high
wind run after his hat is always droll."
Presumably if the man is bald nud tht
road Is muddy even Chesterfield might
be led to emit a contemptible squeal.
In Honor of Minerva.
The most notable festival at Athens
was In honor of Minerva. All classes
Bf citizens on this particular day
marched In procession. Tbe oldest
went first, then the young men. then
the children, the young women, the
matrons and tbe people of the lower
orders. Tbe most prominent object In
the parade woe a ship propelled by
hidden machinery and bearing at its
masthead the sacred banner of the
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the president cf the In
dustrial and Orphan's Home at Ma
con. Ga., who writes: "We have used
Electric Bitters in rats institution for
nino years. It has proved a most ex
cellent medicine for stomach, liver
and kidney troubles. We regard it
aa one of the best family medlciner
on earth." It Invigorates the vital
organs, purifies the blood, aids di
gestion, creates appetite. To strength
en and build up thin, pale, weak
children or run-down people It has no
equal. Best for female complaints.
Only 50 cents at all druggists.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
very valuable medicine for throat
and lung troubles, quickly relieves
and cures painful breathing and a
dangerously sounding cough which
indicates congested lungs. Sold by
If you are not the man or woman
you ought to be; if you are tack-
ward, try to shun company; if you
can't make up your mind to a thing;
If you never take a chance; if. you
are arrald or failure; ir you are
afraid something awful is going to
happen to you; if you lack courage,
confidence in yourself; if you fear
that your life will be a failure; if
you are a weak man or woman, a
sick man or woman; if your brain is
in a muddle, your ideas confused; if
your nerves are unstrung and your
muscles feel weak, you can be cured,
but you'll not find your cure in drugs
alone. You need electricity properly
applied and that is the remedy that
will surprise you as it has hundred?
Here's a list of ailments that elec
tricity when properly applied is in
dicated, and we can prove it; indi
gestion, constipation, torpid liver,
weak kidneys, rheumatism, neural
gia,, lame back, lumbago, sciatica,
insomnia (sleeplessness), poor blood
circulation, nervousness and bead
ache. Don't get the idea that our method
of applying electricity is like the old
style battery; there Is no comparison.
Our mode of applying this grand
force, is according to the latest scien
tific method. There's no burning or
blistering; no shock whatever. The
current enters your body in a mild
vitalizing manner and gives a pleas
ant sensation of glowing warmth all
through your system.
Free Treatment Notice.
Due to the fact that the conserva
tlve patients In and out of the city
have only recently begun to realize
and appreciate the fact that we pos
sess the grandest and most success
ful method of restoring vitality and
curin? disease that is known to tho
scientific world, and, being desirou
of having our reputation most thor
oughly established, as Rock Island
is our future home to stay, we hav
concluded to extend our free treat
ment offer to everybody calling on
us between now and Jan. 31.
READ THIS PROOF.
Can Now Rest Nights.
C. Seliyer, one of the employes in
the cuisine department of the New
Harper hotel. Rock Island, says: "For
12 years I suffered agony with rheuma
tism in my risht shoulder. It grew
steadily worse until it became bo bad
that I could not rest well at night.
Finally Dr. Bartz & Co. were recom
mended to me. I decided to consult
them, and the relief they pave me was
indeed grateful: in fact, after the first
treatment I felt a great deal better.
Now, after a short course I am able to
work steadily, and can rest nights,
which was practically Impossible be
fore I commenced their treatment."
Deafness of 10 Years' Standing Cured.
O. F. Olmstead, who is Interested
in the Kimbalr livery, Aurora, 111 .
says: "For ten years I could not hear
out of my left ear. The trouble was j
caused by the la grippe I had some ten j
years ago. One day I went to see Dr. j
N. B. Bartz and had him examine and !
treat me; after one of his treatments I j
could hear him speak with the ear. 1 1
had heard nothing for ten long years.
I am well acquainted in this vicinity
and will recommend him to every
body. People who doubt this state
ment, come and tee me personally. I
spend every Saturday at the Kimball
Suffered Two Months, Finally Cured by
Dr. Bartz & Co.
John H. Skinner, who restdei at
Hampton, III., says: "For two months
I had a nasty looking sore on my note.
Everybody waa afraid it was a cancer,
because It wouldn't heal, no matter
what I tried. So one day I read about
Dr. Bartz & Co.'b treatment, and I de
cided to see them. They examined me
carefully and prepared a special treat
ment for me, which completely cured
the ulcerous condition so that now
there isn't a particle of the trouble
The records at Dr. Bartz & Co.'b of
fice ehow a constant increase In the
number of patients treated and cured.
News of the wonderful cures .made by
these noted specialists hag spread far
and near, and now patients actually
come from long distances to be cured.
Some cases are rejected as incurable,
as it Is their invariable rule to accept
no Incurable cases for treatment But
those who are accepted for treatment
are well repaid for- the trouble of com
ing to Rock Island, for they know
they are sure of a cure when onci
their case is accepted by thf?e master
specialists. Their offices are conveni
ently located in the People's National
Bank building, corner Second avenue
and Eighteenth street, Rock Island.
Their office hour6 are from 9 a. rn. to
5 p. m. dally; Wednesday and Satur
day till S:30 p. m.; Sunday, 10 to 12.
Coldest winter In years.
Coal prices go up.
Now Is the time to have your
windows and doors equipped
with metal. It will reduce cost
of coal 1.50 per ton.
Try a sample window.
Telephone West 410.
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When you can be restored
to health and strength at a
and made a
our 16 yeara
of success la
D a v e n p ort
gives you con
fidence in Drs.
so low that
you can treat
with ua at a
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years; 12 years
longer In bualn-s
In Dnvenport than
all other special
Our large experience in hospitals,
colleges Asks, private practice
gives us a &ieat advantage over
others. We have tbe knowledgo
and the experience. That la tbo
reason we cure so many cases
after others fail. Dr. E. J- Walsh
was formerly president of St. An
thony's hospital, one of the
largest in the middle west.
Thousands of men can testify
that our special treatment Is one
of tbe most wonderful surceases
of the age In nervous debility,
weakness and prostatic troubles,
varicocele, catarrh, kidney, stom
ach, blood and skin diseases.
Women If you suffer from any
female trouble, send for a trial
Hours. 10 a. m. to 12 m.. 2 to
:30 p. m.. 7 to 8:15 p. m. Sun
days and holidays, 10:30 a. m. to
12 noon. No office hours on
Tuesday and Thursday evening.
124 W. Third St. Davenport, la.