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THK ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY,- AUGUST 8, 1010.
OF THE NEIGHBORS I Q-
Petersen Will Filed. The will of the
late J. H. C. Petersen was filed with
the clerk of the Scott county district
court Saturday afternoon by Attorney
"Walter H. Petersen, Max D. Petersen
and Theodore Busch are named as
administrators of the estate, and are
not required to give bonds. The es
tele, which is known to be large. Is di
vided among the five children and sev
erai relatives of the deceased. In the
will Anna True, a sister-in-law of the
deceased, is mentioned as a beniflciary
She receives a bequest of $1,000. Fried
r!ka wilhelmlna Repsold of Itzehoe,
Germany, receives $2,000 in trust for
her support. Agnes Carlson, a niece
o the late Mrs. J. H. C. Petersen, is
mentioned for a bequest of $500. The
residence and remainder of the estate
Is equally divided between the three
sons and two daughters of the de
ceased. They are Max D., William D.,
and Henry F. Petersen, Johanna Luet-
Je and Marie Busch. -
Mute Lad's Father Found. Friday
night Henry Powell of Fulton, 111
came down to this city and identified
the 12-year-old boy who has been held
at Police Matron Hill's, as his son, and
took him back home on a night train.
The boy is deaf and mute. He carae in
Thursday night on the head end of a
Milwaukee train at midnight, and puz
zled Matron Hill for 24 hours. She fin
ally communicated with tho Clinton
police and they lorated the father ot
the lad as a man who lives in the edge
of Fulton. The boy went fishing
Thursday morning and thon ran away
Pcllce Have Right Man. The chief
of police has received a telegram from
the chief at Cincinnati, O., saying that
the photo of Benjamin J. Terrill, a man
who is being held at this place on a
charge of forgery, Is the man they
want for forging a check on a bank
In Cincinnati. He is being held in the
county jail and the Ohio officers will
send requisition papers for him at
Obituary Record. Stella Gertrude
Quinn, the two-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Quinn, died Friday
afternoon at 4:20 o'clock at the home
of her parents in Butler county, ten
ci'les north of Davenport on the Du-j
buque road. The cause of her death
was cholera infantum. She was born
in Butler county, March 18, 1908. Be
e'de her parents she Is survived by a
brother, Francis, who is five years old,
and by a sister, Eleanor, who is three
yoars old. The funeral was held yes
teiday at 1 o'clock from the residence
with services at both St. Paul the Apos
tle's church and at the grave in St.
Mnrguerite's cemetery toy Rev. C. J.
Mrs. C. H. Christy and son and- her
sister. Miss Ethel Roug'hten of Jet
more, Kan., returned to their homes
Monday evening after visiting friends
in Aledo and Mercer county for the
past two months.
Dr. Earl Boyd returned to his
home In Chicago Monday after spend
ing a few days with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Boyd. Hla wife re
mained for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Byers returned
Saturday from an extended visit in
Mrs. H. B. Garrett and son Robert
arrived in Aledo Monday from Carne
gie, Okla., to visit her mother, Mrs.
Letitia Boyd, and other relatives.
Elder R. F. Andrews of College
View, Neb., returned to his home
Monday. He was called to Aledo to
conduct the funeral services of the
late Mrs. Ann Reed.
J. W. Blake returned to. Chicago
Monday after spending a few days
with his family at the home of Cap
tain and Mrs. W. A. Lorlmer.
Stewart Frew of Chicago is visiting
his brother, William Frew, this week.
Mrs. Maude Ungles left Tuesday
mcrnlng for Battle Creek, Mich., for
a few weeks' visit in a sanatarium.
Miss Josephine Cook of Rock Isl
and has been visiting her cousin,
Rilla Bowers, leaving Wednesday
morning for her home.
C. S. Rlddell and daughter Edna
are guests of relatives and friends
in Rnck Island this week.
Mrs. Rachel Galloway, mother of
W. C. Gallowav and Mrs. H. R. Mor-
snn. slipped and fell Aionday, break
ing ner nip Done.
Ann Lacy was born in Yorkshire,
England, Oct. 22, 1822. She was
about 2 years old when the family re
moved to the United States and lo
cated in Winchester, 111. She was
married to Daniel V. Reed in 1853
and three years later they moved to
Aledo, 111. Her husband died in
180, but Mrs. Reed has made Aledo
her home ever since his death with
the exception of a short residence In
Galesburg and Burlington, until her
death July 29. Mr. and Mrs. Reed
had no children of their own, but
they cared for and raised three chil
dren, Mrs. D. A. Hebel of Aledo, Mrs.
Emma Braucht of Joy and Mrs. Mary
Minor of Aledo. Mrs. Reed was cared
for by her niece, Sue M. Wiley, for a
number of yeara.
Miss Amy Merryman, daughter of
Dr. F. J. Merryman of Lincoln, Neb.,
arrived in Aledo Wednesday to visit
at the home of her uncle, M. J. Merry
man. Mrs. Lutie Zimmerman of Ogden,
Utah, came Tuesday to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chamberlin.
Mrs. H. E. Burgess and baby 6on
left Wednesday for a visit with Mrs.
Burgess' parents in Flushing, Mich.
Judge Burgess accompanied her as
far as Burlington, Iowa.
otb of Miss Jennie Derby
shire occurred In the hospital at
Watertown Monday. Her body was
brought to Aledo Tuesday for burial.
The funeral services were held Thurs
day at 10 a. m. in the Baptist church
j...i v Rev. J. M. Jones.
Mrs. W. T. Church left Thursday
for Chicago to visit a few clays.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Snyder and daugh
ter Helen left Thursday for Viola and
then to Rock Island on their return
to Denver, Colo.
Miss Fearl Larrance left Thursday
for Colfax, Iowa.
Misses Ruth Wnrner and Helen
Rowen went to Rock Island Friday to
make a short visit.
Mrs. M. C. Moorhead and grand
daughter, Mary Moorhead, left Friday
for a 10 days' visit with relatives in
Miss Neta Harney went -to Joy
Thursday to visit a short time before
going to Rock Island on Friday,
where she will spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Charl?s Freise and j
son Lloyd returned Friday evening
Accused of Wife Beating, After
ber.ting his-wife and abusing his
children, Charles L. Quinn, 1822 Fif
teenth street, hurried to Davenport,
only to be captured there Friday by
the Davenport police and locked ur
pending his return to this city. Quinn
Is well known to the Mollne police as a
shiftless Individual. He is said to cut
grass In the summer and shovel snow
in the winter as a means of livelihood.
He is charged by his wife with as
ee ultlng her and mistreating his three
children. His wife preferred charges
against him Friday before Magistrate
Gu&tafson and the Davenport police
were notified. A few hours later the
Mcline police were informed that
Qainn was safely stowed away await
Lig their arrival.
Cbituary Record. Mr. and Mrs
George Williams of Fifty-second street,
have been bereaved of their Infant son,
bctn at midnight Thursday, who died
Fi'day evening. The funeral was held
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock from
Ihe family home, the Rev. Franak An
dot son officiating. Burial was at Hamp
ton in the Adams family burylns
prciind, the little one being the first
one of the fifth generation of the fam
ily to be buried there.
Thief Works During Fire. During
tlu progress of the fire here Friday
someone rode or walked off with a
b'cycle owned by Theodore Faust, S92
Third avenue. The wheel was left on
a lawn, whi'e the lad viewed the con
firmation. . Upon his return, the wheel
v;s missing. The police are working
on the case.
Dr. Bartz Extends His Great Offer to the Sick and Weak
FREE TREATMENT UJTIL CUiRED
On account of the great rush of patients and the numerous
special requests received, asking for an extension of, the free
treatment ofTer, due to the fact that they have only recently
begun to realize the marvelous results to be obtained from
the use of electricity when properly applied, and being desir
ous of adding at least 10 more new testimonials to bis list of
cured. Dr. Bartz has concluded to extend his free treatment
rfer to everybody calling for 3 0 days longer.
Dr. Bartz wants the true merits of his successful treat
ment known to everybody and he don't know of any better
way of Introducing it than by offering his services until cur
FREE OF CHARGE
to all calling between now and August 31. Many of you
have been taking medicines aud so-called treatments for
months will be absolutely cured by a few applications of elec
tricity properly applied. Very chronic cases will require
somewhat longer time, but it makes no difference, you will
be treated free until you can say I am cured.
Under no circumstances will Dr. Bartz accept a professional
fee from any patient applying between now and Aug. 31.
Are you nervous, dyspeptic, weak In stomach, constipated?
Do you have spots floating before the eyes, palpitation of the
heart, shortness of breath, headaches, neuralgia, shooting
pains in the chest, back, hips or ankles? Is your blood Im
pure? Are' you in pain from rheumatism, lame back, sci
atica, lumbago, or wean moneys: nave you catarrh of the
nose; throat or bronchial tubes? Have you lost the fire an4
strength cf youth? Are you nervous, fretful and gloomy?
Is your sleep broken? Is your physical strength and ner
vous energy below the standard? Have you bladder trouble?
Do you experience ringing noises in your ears ?Is your hear
ing difficult? Do you lack In grit, the "sand" which is the
possession of vigorous manhood? If so, you will find elec
tricity properly applied ono of nature's grandest remedies.
NOTICE All patients accepting this liberal offer must call between now and Aug. 31; The only re
muneration Dr. Bartz expects for his services will be a recommendation of his treatment to your
friends after you are cured.
READ WHAT THE CURED SAY:
Wife Deserter Caught. Acting on in-1
stn:ctions from the authorities at Fe-1
oria, the local police Friday afternoon J
arrested George W. Brady, wanted for!
wife abandonment. When arrested
Bi-r.dy was working for the Central Un-
from an extended trip through Co'o-j 'c-n Telephone company. Details re
rado. ig.Tding his case are not known by the
The death of Mrs. D. S. Mayhew j local authorities, who made the arrest
occurred at her home in Aledo Tues-jon the strength of a long distance
day evening. rphone message. Brady was held in
A protest was filed by some of thejtho Moline police station over night
land owners at the hearing of thejand Sheriff Hines of Peorta came Sat
Edwards river drainage district peii- j ,:j ,iy to take him back to his home
tion Aug. 1. The petitioners havo j C;i y for trial.
amended their petition so as to makej
the matter satisfactory to New Bos- i ran. Horn. About Readv. All
ton township and allow the other
exterior work and the greater pert of j
Lying Just beneath the outer covering or tissue-skin, is a sensitive mem
branous flesh in which are imbedded thousands of small blood vessels. It is
through these tiny veins and arteries that nutriment is supplied from the blood
to the different pores, glands and lymphatics. Thus the skin is kept healthy,
and free from all eruption or disease, by pure blood. But when impurities and
humors infect the circulation, its nourishing properties are diminished and in
Btead of supplying the skin with healthful properties it constantly irritates and
diseases the delicate fibres, pores and glands with sharp uratic matter. Then the
Ekln tissues inflame, swell and ulcerate and some form of skin disease appears
oa the surface. Applying soothing lotions, salves, etc., to the outer eruptions
does not purify the blood and therefore the skin trouble can not be cured in this
manner. S. S. S. cures all skin diseases by neutralizing the acids and removing
the humors from the blood. It cools tho acid heated circulation, builds it up to
its normal strength and thickness, multiplies its rich, nutritious corpuscles, and
adds to its purity in every way. Then the skin, instead of being irritated and
inflamed by sour impurities is nourished, soothed and softened by this cooling,
healthy stream of blood. S. S. S. Cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
Poison Oak, boils, piracies, rashes, etc. Book on Skin Diseases free to all who
TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA. GA.
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Low Colonist Fares
August 25 to Septerrmer 9
October 1 to October 15
to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego.
September 15 to October 15
To Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Vancouver, Bellingham
To Spokane, Walla Walla, Wenatchee.
townships to get the benefits as do- j he interior work on the new home of j
sirea. ir.e matter nas nern taken Vl v Q E corncr Fourteenth st,reet i
under advisement by Judge Burgess.
DIFFICULT TO SHOOT. '
Birds That Test the Skill of the Dsct
We often hear the question as to
which is the most difficult bird in the
world to shoot. The answer Is usually
given in favor of the pheasant de
scending with closed wings from a
higher level of flight, though a few
give the preference to the second bar
rel shot at teal scared by the discharge
of a first barrel and darting upward
and in any direction but that which is
A bird which we have never seen
mentioned ;ind which yet might take a
high place in the category Is the sand
grouse. It is not to be rated as nn
English bird of sport, but is familiar
to shooters in (he east, where It is shot
as it comes fighting to water holes to
drink. Its flight is something like that
of a pigeon, with very swift curves
and undulations, ami in its case again,
as in that of the Virginian mosquito
hawk, it Is said that those who have
acquired the knack can kill it with a
comparative certainty which is the de
spair of the novice.
After all perhaps our pheasant aero
planing downward must still be given
the highest marks for difficulty, for
we hear of no one who presumes to
cny he has discovered any infallible
knack by which this most perplexing
and yet apparently simple shot can
be brought off with any great assur
ance. Country Life.
and Sixth avenue, has been completed.
Oflicers of tho aerie state that the j
building will be turned over by the
contractor and the club rooms opened j
Oct. 1 at the late.-it. Thi3 three-storj j
building which the Eagles have erected ;
is one of the handsomest business j
blocks in the city. Its convention and ;
lodse hall is finished in oak, with dl- j
mansions of 64x105. Tho Interior fin-1
ishing in the club rooms, as well as in :
tie lodge room, will be oak. By Sept.!
1 there will arrive $".010 worth of fur
niuire which a committee recently pur
chased for the new quarters. The fur
nure embodies everything that is
r.icst modern in club and lodgo room
eciu'pmcnt. It is the Intention of tho
Eagles to lease their lodge hall for
certain evenings in each week. Moline
louge. No. 193, I. O. O. P., has already
spoken for the room on every Friday
evening, and has been assured that the
request for a lease will be granted.
Correspondingly low fares to many intermediate point.
Tickets are on sale on dates mentioned above.
Through tourist sleeping cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas
City and Omaha and intermediate points.
Ask for descriptive booklet telling all about
routes and rates and tourist sleeping cars.
F. A. lUDPKLL, Agent, C. H. St Q. R. II.
Phone Old West 680, New 6170.
EBmttKr3&& jsgBBarTsasKtiMA Arernrraare-ra.. f
Good plumbing in the kitchen
is a matter of great importance
to health. Old fashioned sinks with closed
in piping are lodging -place for vermin, mois
ture and dirt which brings about serious
illness. .. -' . t ..V
If the plumbing of your kitchen is old,
unsightly and unhealthy, let us quote you a
price on installing a snow-white "towdawf ,
Porcelain Enameled sink with open plumbing. Our prices are reason
able; our work high class and what you pay for this modern kitchen
equipment may save you money in doctor bills.
CHANNON & DUFVA
East Seventeenth St. Hock Island.
Preparing a New Peer For His Seat In
House of Lords.
Numerous formalities have to be
gone through before any new peer Is
entitled to take his seat in the house
One of the most important matters
is the preparation of the patent, a long
strip of parchment, to the end of
which Is a flixed the wax seal, the color
of which var'es. according to the rank
of the new member. Another item is
the robe, ir.iid of scarlet cloth with
three doublln.es of ermine, the number
of bars varying according to rank.
Thus a duke has four bars in front
and the same rnmber behind, a mar
quis one less, and so on.
Then there are preparations in re
gard to making or changing cents of
arms, in connection with which fees to
the extent of about wO guineas are paid
by the recipient of a summons to the
house of lords.
Alter:;tuer the financial disburse
ments amount in the rase of a new
earl to between 000 and 700. some
of which finds Its way to the chancel
lor of the exchequer and some to the
crown as represented by the college
of arms. A considerable portion of
this expenditure is, of course, incurred
in the purchase of the coronet. Lon
That jl clean, nice.
pound like Bucklen's
will instantly relieve a bad buin, cut,
scald, wound or piles, stagger skep
tics. But great cures prove its a
wonderful healer of the worst sores,
ulcers, boils, felons, eczemji, skin
eruptions, as also chapped jhands,
sprains and corns. Try it, 2$ cents
at all druggists. j
Suffered Two Years, Finally
Found a Cure.
Mr. Carl A. Schorpp, residing
at Searstown, 111., says: "For two
long years I doctored for a pain
in my back and chest and still I
got no relief. So one day I read
about others being cured by Dr.
!'.)rtz & Co.. and so I made up my
mind to consult them and see
what they had to say about my
case. They immediately placed
me under their treatment and to
my good fortune inside of a week
alter starting the same the pains
all left me and I have not had
any since and that is now about
three weeks ago. Before I took
Dr. Bartz & Co.'s treatment, it
took all the money I could earn
to pay doctors' and druggists's
bills and I am certainly glad that
there is an end to that. Since
I started I haven't lost an hour
at my work."
One Free Treatment Cured Him.
Mr. Wickliffe Knuckel, residing
at 2625 Fourteenth street, Mo
line, 111., says:
"For a long time I felt pains
in my shoulder and back. I re
ally suffered a great deal at
times. Itesorting to medicines
never amounted to anything in
my case, so reading about Dr.
Bartz's free electric treatments,
I made up my mind to go and
try them. To my astonishment,
the first treatment did wonders
for me. Why in less than live
minutes my pains were all gone
like magic. I am past 65 years
of age and never in my life uid
I see anything so marvelous. I
will certainly recommend his
treatment everywhere I can.
Xow Feels Fine.
Mr. A. Asplund, residing at 807
Twenty-ninth street. Rock Island,
says: "For about 10 or 12 years
I felt out of sorts due to a bowel
complaint. It made me feel diz
zy at times. Complicated with
this unpleasant condition, I felt
generally run down. I had tried
several treatments previous to
consulting Dr. Bartz but I never
obtained any real satisfaction but
since I commenced his treatment
about two weeks ago I can truth
fully say I am feeling line, that
tired wornout feeling which came
over me so frequently has prac
tically all left me."
Itooms 400, 401, and 402, People's National Bank Building, Fourth Floor.
Corner Second Avenue and Eighteenth Street, Rock Island, lit.
OiTice hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.daily, Wednesday and Saturday until 8:30 p. m. Sundays, 10 t 12.
Gertrude Emmette. Elsie , f3$J&
A musical recital was held Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. F. H-'day r.oon.
Wells, ihe touowing took part: irma
Jchnson, Merle Morton, Ruth Dunn,
Ixra Radden, Kathryn Willey, Elsie
S.'eb, Mrs. Anna Draue ana t lorence i p-
Murie Bookman. After the program a
contest was held in which Miss Myrtle!
Nelson won first prize and Alice Wil- j
ley won the booby prize. Refresh-;
ments were served.
Mrs. George Guthrie of Des Moines, j
lewa. Is here for a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Harry Booten. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Booten are rejoicing over;
the arrival of a baby boy, born Tues- j
Lydia E. Pinkham's.
Chicago. 111. "I was troubled with
falling and inl'ammation, and the doc-
ors said 1 could not
rell unless I
lT3wii4!3stand the strain of
23 ?v-jone, so I wrote to
about my health
i j. i j .
.-y-KiilU you lviu lr.v
.1 what to do. .viter
takinsr Lydia E.
V 'A 'T'll 7 7' le Compound and
' I'll ! !
Blood Purifier I am
to-day a won woman." Mrs. V illiam
Ahrens, yss W. 21r.t St., Chicago, 111.
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots find
herbs, contains no narcotics or harm
ful drujrs, and to-day holds the record
for the largest nuinler of actual cures
of female diseases of any similar medi
cine in tbo country, and thousands of
voluntary testimonials are on file in
the rinkham laboratory at Lvnn,
Mass., from women who have been
cured from almost every form of
female complaints, inflammation, ul
ceration.displacements, fibroid tumors,
irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
indigestion and nervous prostration.
Every such suffering woman owes it to
herself to give Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compoimd a trial.
If you would like special advice
about your case write a confiden
tial letter to Mrs. Pinkham, at
Lynn, Mass. Her adyice is free,
and. fiblsE&xs Islsllvl.
TIGHT MONEY SITUATION
Mrs. Mary Laughrey, who has been
v. siting her sister, Mrs. Stone, has re
turned to her home in Gilchrist.
Plymouth Sunday school held its
annual picnic on Campbell's island
Mrs. G. F. Schilling and children
left Wedcesday for a visit with rcla- j
tives at Muscatine and Wilton, Iowa, j
Miss Ethel Tygett of St. Anthony's !
hospital. Rock Island, called on her
brother, Dr. G. F. Johnson, Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. Kranch arrived" Tues
dav from Peoria.
Mr. Kranck will work at the Mar-; f
Herman Chapman, who has been
wcrKlng nursery stock here, departed
for Walnut. 111., Wednesday.
Mrs. Will Dewey of Moline was
calied out here Tuesday owing to the
illness of her daughter, Mrs. Charles i
H. Stone and R. Cook are here from '
Giand Island and will work at the :
Mrrbeilles factory. .
Mrs. Henry Klingabiel, Mrs. William!
Eramett and Mrs. Charles Baker at- j
tc nded a party for Mrs Goetch in Mo- j
rre Thursday. !
viMtins at the home of Dr. Long, have j
Mrs. Long attended a party at the , t;J
Watch Tower Tuesday m nonor or. Airs. ;
Stannard of Rock Island.
Mrs. E. D. Aldrich went to Geneseo
Wednesday to attend the funeral of ;
Miss Lillian Smith of Murphysboro, j
T'.i., Is visiting at the home of Dr. j
Domthv Ross returned Monday night
from Michillinda, Mich
George Baker is entertaining his
sister, Lucy, of Whitehall.
Mr. Karr ana Mr. Lee went to Ma- j jtyj
re rgo Wednesday. j
can be easily relieved by a'Vjall at our
office. We make loans of $15, or more if
you want it. The service is quick, quiet
and polite rates consistent with justice.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY, Suite 411
412 Peoples National Bank Bldg. Open
Wednesday and Saturday nights.
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SIO X-RAV EXAMINATION FREE
War.y patients are treated for the wrong diseape because they never
have had a thorough, scientific examination. It pays to come to
Dr! Walsh and have a complete, scientific examination free. Also
a $10 X-Ray Examination free when needed.
Special home treatment
7i n?ss!$'Wr' 1 arranged for those who
iyp,3 VUVVV' live in the country. Our
LVQfJ3S Davenport for 15 years.
rlsr-i fKWrV 'nSi&il! You run no rl6k when you
f'v f-iUl Si;y'" W2A come to Dr. Walsh because
i-- r:Ta--ift.-.v lltrVZL A be stays right here to back
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy with you when start
ing on your trip this summer. It
cannot be obtained on board tne
trains or steamers. Changes of wa
ter and climate often cause sudden
attacks of diarrhoea and it is best to
be prepared. Sold by all druggists.
up his advertisements.
A FEW from the many hundreds he has benefited and cur'd. No
names used without consent of patients. Names In private cases
kept strictly confidential. "Mr. A. R. Walts of Laddsdale, Iowa. Ner
vous Prostration. Mrs J. Maroff, Wilton Jc, Heart. Stomach and
Nervous Trouble. Mrs Wm. Thorn, Savannah, Eczema. Mr. Evi
Williams, Clarksdale, Kidney and Nervous Trouble.
Catarrh, asthma, cough, rheumatism, indipestlon, scrofula. Iosb of
lcep, cold har;ts and feet, hot and cold flashes, palpitation of the
heart. Women Constipation, female complaints, nervousneps, back
ache. Xen Over 20,000 men have taken our wonderful treatment at
a small cost. Nervous debility, nervous fears, plmpleB, bashfulnesw,
weakness, drains, kidney, blood and skin diseases. Varicocele, is a
frequent cause of decline In men. Why treat with others so long,
rhen cur treatment takes such a short time. Names In private cases
kept strictly confidential. Chicago Medical Institute of Davenport,
Honrs t 10 to 12, 2 to 4. Oa Wednesday and Saturday evenings from
7 to 3 p. m. Sundays, 10 to 11 a. m.
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