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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. MARCH 18, mil.
Electrical Labor -Savers
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survives to mourn his death, besides! during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. W,
the following: One son, Henry J. Ro- I h. Fuller, who have gone to Nebraska
j ber of Springfield, Ohio; one daugb-1 to attend the funeral of Mrs. Fuller s
iter, Harriet Rober. at home: one I rlauehter Miss Hazel Hawley. Miss
Hathaway Heads Ice Dealers. J. E. I brother, J. J. Hink of South Dakota,
Hathaway of Sioux City is the newjand thw Mrs. Anna Scbtoe-
mer and Mrs. Lena Kltndt of Daven
port and Mrs. Amelia Meinest of
Mrs. Manda M. Trestler died yes
terday at the home of her son, Ed-
I ward I Trestler, 2425 Grand ave
I nuev after a lingering Illness. She
president of the Iowa Ice Dealers' as
sociation. He was elected at the con- j
eluding session of the sixth annual!
convention of the association at the i
Hotel Kimball. Other officers chos
en were: George Albrecht, Daven-
T'1-' ' . "" .I at the time of her death 79 years
Simpson, secretary. This is .Mr.
Simpson's seventh term as secretary. :
He has served since tbe formation of j
the organization. All elections were;
unanimous. The 1912 convention I
will be held in Waterloo. Burlington
I ana i a ays oia. one naa mnae ner
j home In Davenport for the past 18
j years. Those who survive to mourn
j her death are her son, Edward, one
sister, Mrs. T. J. Miller of Daven
port and one brother, W. B. Collins
of Clinton. Iowa. The funeral will
be held Sunday afternoon from the
late home with interment in Oakdale
extended an invitation to tbe ice .
dealers to meet there next year, but '
the sentiment was overwhelmingly in .
favor of Waterloo and the vote was j
practically unanimous. !
Prisoner Brought Here. Detective
'eter Reynolds, f bar trod with lar- . . . ... ,
parents, air. ana sirs. r. r. iiiueiie.
Miss Lillian Workman closed her
Mrs. Ira Boney and children spent
feny hy c ujb zzi '.nent iiy bailee, back
to this- city, where he will be asked I
to fae !- ciiarife. He has been em-;
;r.y( l Wi i .':nm C:aussen, an ice;
lis hi r
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1 1 1 y e i s
.itmhritn road and Har
hauPn' coal from a
i;; Whiio l.e jai(i for
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, t 1 1 i '! h d i n mii-a'i.-i
ii :i.t Vfi bib !):
;i't::l arjioiiUt'iij to
school March 9. Miss Emma Anderson
closed her school for a vacation.
Daniel A. Kleist while operating a
stump puller bad his left leg quite
badly hurt on Tuesday afternoon. Dr.
Ntir'fin dressed the limbs.
There will be preaching at the Pine
I : i u ft" church, Wednesday
Hawley died in Davenport Tuesday ev
ening of appendicitis.
R p. Wait returned Tuesday even
ing from a short business visit in Gib
William Johnston bought a new Cad
illac automobile last week.
Clarence Monger son went to Gibson
The Priscilla club met with Mrs
John Foster Saturday afternoon.
Miss Winifred Boyles is visiting rel
atives in West Liberty. Iowa.
John E. Minteer and James C Mo
Connell spent Saturday hi Aledo.
Mrs. Ann Roseberry of Rock Island
spent Monday and Tuesday vlBiting
friends in this village.
J. C. Wlnebergr of South Heights
was a business caller In Reynolds
Mrs. Charles H. Wayne returned
Tuesday from a short visit in Orion.
The Kpworth league had a business
meeting at the Methodist church Wed
W. E. Crumbaker is visiting his
friend. Rev. J. F. Leigh.
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Visit Child. Judge The
til" Mot? county court
! V'arnlit-n permission to
' : '., i : . out fur an afternoon
'' : i' tM'd Minday of every
, . '" :: lit r- caii uU-o see the
' -days n'l Thursdays.
i . i.i reiam i!ip euKtodv
, r '!. hcuever. The deHsion
it;,: i ti .:i coniiection with a
- it'll for a ti";i ifirat ion of the di
v.Tte fi.' I.- in f case of Alma
U'arnken a;ainet Kdward Warnken.
I -eland Boyles and sister. Miss Mll
licent, spent Sunday with their mother
evening, at St. Luke's hospital in Davenport.
j Mrs. Boyles' many friends are glad to
know she is getting along so nicely,
j Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Cooper returned
; home Tuesday after spending several
A. G. Milleit of Davenporr visited in days with relatives in Aledo.
Reynolds Saturday. ! G"s Peterson and family moved from
Mrs. Saiah J. McConnell has been i Sam Dumbell's farm to a farm near
visiting in Hanerman, N. M. j Keynolds Tuesday
Mrs. John Minteer entertained her
; Sunday school class Friday evening of
j last week. Kach giiest was dressed t)
represent a song. Mrs. K!!a Wheaton
i won the prize for guessing the greatest
! number of songs. yVfter a bountiful
luncheon the class organized, electing:
President, Mrs. Klla Wheaton; vice
! president. Miss Kathleen Marston;
Miss Winifred Boyles went to West
Liberty, Iowa, Saturday to visit witt
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Halstead.
Miss Katherine Bopes returned home
Tuesday after spending a few days
with Mrs. Frank Cole of Monmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Ie visited the
last of the week with Mac Cabeen and
family of Seaton.
leigh was appointed chairman of the
devotional committee, and Mrs. Sadie
; Mayall was a r pointed chairman of the i
: social committee.
secretary. Miss Clara McConnell ;treas- ; '
Attacks school Principal.
A severe attack on school princi
pal, Charles B. Allen, of Sylvania,
Ga., is thus told by him. "For more
l than three years." he writes. "I uf-
June ir,. IS:;;., in Wetenbuttel, j 1 1u conimiure. indeacrihahlA tnrturo trnm
South IMthmars.hen. Germany, and! Omer 1 is a nd family have moved j .'i
anie to Ament a oirect to uaven- , " " hlf. and dineri kirinva
Obituary Record. At the family
home, 1:112 West Second st n-et,-af- ;
tr an extetuli'd illness of over a
j ear's duration, occurred the death
ft Henry .1. Hink. He was born
rort in the year ISfi",. lie remained! John HoIIopeier returned to his home
in this city for several years after Gibson. Iowa, Monday after a short
which he moved to a farm near Ida visit with his sister. Mrs. Hans Gran.
Grove, Iowa, where he farmed until I Mrs. Klla Wheaton, who teaches
toe year He then came to j school near Buffalo Prairie, visited ovet
Davenport and had been living here
ever since, retired. On .Tune fi. 1891,
he celebrated his marriage to Mar
garetha Junge in Davenport, who
Saturday and Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Taylor.
Mr. end Mrs. Edwin Fuller of Chi
cago are taking charge of the hotel
edies failed till I used Electric bit
ters, but four bottles of this wonder
ful remedy cured me completely."
Such results are common. Thous
ands bless them for curing stomach
trouble, female complaints, kidney
disorders, biliousness and for new
health and vigor. Try them. Only
50 cents at all druggists.
Just a Word to
Die Mashes Fingers. Carl Hell
strom met with & distressing accident
while at work tn the Deere plant. He
was engaged In removing an evener
bar from a machine when the die de
scended, smashing his fingers from
the palm of hie left hand. The fingers
were crushed diagonally, beginning at
the third Joint of the Index finger. He
was taken to a doctor's office, where"
the injury was dressed. Hellstrom is
a young single man and he boards at
1206 Fifth avenue.
Hauberg Is President. Attorney
John H. Hanberg, who was recently
elected president of the Rock Island
county Sunday School association to
succeed H. E. Van. Duser, who resign-
ed, was officially notified today and
started in on his duties of president of
tbe association this morning. His
first duty will be to select local dele
gates to the International Sunday
school convention to be &eld at San
Francisco, June 20-27. It is the desire
of the association to chose some per
son belonging to the association who
will he willing to stand part of the
expense. Mollne and Rock Island will
be represented at the state convention
to be held at QaJncy May 23-25. These
delegates will be chosen by Mr. Hau
berg and the secretary. Many will
also attend of their own accord, each
city being allowed as many represen
tatives as wanted.
New Home to Cost $9,000. Con
tracts for the erection of the resi
dence of A. 6. Abraham at Twentieth
street and Seventh avenue were let to
. 1 . 1 ., . I. S1..t TV" .1
victor x aiuigTeii anu mo uum -t.j wh-
struction company of Moline at a total
cost of $9,000. Work on the home
will be started at once. The build
ins will be two stories high, stone
coated. The carpenter work will be
done by Mr. Palmgren, while the Ed
company will do the masonry work.
A garage will be erected In the rear
large enough to house several large
cars. The residence when finished
will be one of the most complete In
The Electric Kitchen Cahinet makes the
kitchen work light. By means of an electric
motor it does most of the hard work and the
time-consuming work ordinarily done by hand.
Stored in the lower compartment are a number of
different appliances, any of which can be qxiickly
attached to a motor-driven shaft at the rear of the
table-top. These devices include an Ice Cream
Freezer, (freezes two quarts in six minutes); Bread
Mixer (mixes three loaves in five minutes); Cake
Mixer, Coffee Grinder, Egg Beater, Knife
Grinder, Silver Buffer, Cherry Fitter, Vegetable
Slicer, Meat Grinder and Potato Grater. It has
other time-and-labor-saving features besides. Ask for complete description.
Price, $175, f.o. b. Chicago.
Electric Laundry Machine
In the development of the electric washmg
machine, the hardest of woman's household tasks
has been made one of the easiest. Without any
rubbing, the machine washes the clothes in less
time, and does better work than can be done by
hand. The cost for electricity to do a large family
wash is only a few cents. The machine needs no
attention while operating. You just put in the
clothes, soap and water, turn a switch and leave
the machine until the work is done. We sell all
the best makes at $S5 and up. Description and
prices on request.
Electric Shop Chicago
Michigan and Jackson Boulevard
Onr tw Uwuud thins, alactrisal
Q I JQ
Wo. D. Mcjuckin Advertising Agency. Chicago
Obituary Record. Patrick Gahrty,
2814 Eleventh avenue, died Thursday
afternoon. He was born in Ireland
and came to this country and Moline
two years ago. He was married a
year sgo. His widow is his only sur
viving relative in this country'- The
funeral service was this morniug from
St. Mary's church and the remains
were taken to Woodhull for burial.
If every man and every woman would begin now to use
Newbro's Herplcide and te-ach the children to use it, the
front row of the next generation would not be bald head
ed and none of the ladles would be wearing false hair.
Falling hair means trouble. The dandruff germ is
there and will in a short time ruin the best head of hair
that ever grew.
Too many people, finding they need a hair remedy, aK
low themselves to be duped into buying and using some
thing said to be Just as good or very much like Newbro's
Why do it? Such a remedy is but an imitation, a
substitute. Herplcide is the original dandruff germ de
stroyer. Insist on having genuine Herpicide and
take nothing else.
Saves the Hair
The results from the very beginning are often aston
ishing. The hair will tease to fall and instead of being
dull and dead takes on tbe sparkle and luxuriance of true
Herpicide possesses a delicate fragrance which appeals
strongly to persons of taste and refinement.
The Herpicide company, Dept. 10B. Detroit. Mich.,
will 6end a nice sample and booklet to any address upon
receipt of 10 cents in stamps or silver.
One dollar bottles are sold and guaranteed by all
druggists. Applications may be had at the better barber
shops and hair dressers.
THOMAS DRUG COMPANY
Mrs. Will McDonald of WInside,
N'pb., who has been visiting her moth
er, Mrs. Fred Thompson, returned to
her home Wednesday.
G. D. Pewitt of near Lynn, will soon
leave for Strathmore, Canada. wher
he has a farm. Mrs Hewitt will re
main among friends for a while.
Mrs. John Weborg is visiting her
j daughter, Mrs. Johnson of Alexis.
j August Gust aeon is home after hav-
! ing been In the United Stales navy for
! I hrpn mm
Rex Hitchcock of Chicago is spend
ing a few days with his grandmother.
Twenty-first street addition to the city
of Rock island. 111., $1.
John D. Johnson to Victor M. Phelps,
part O. U 41, S. E. i, section 32,
township IS, north range 1, west, $3,-000.
James L.. Haas to William E. Sween
ey, lot 14. block 2, Black Hawk Fourth
addition to the city of Rock Island,
Charles Hrickson to Augusta Nor
ton, lot 9, block 2, R. Walker's place.
Moline, 111., $250.
Ella R. Godfrey to Merle E. Thomp
son, lot 7, Bracher's sub. div. K. H.
Guyer's siib. div. of lot If:, $400.
Henry S. Hanson to Peter Hanson,
lot 0, block 22, Marshall's addition
to Cordova. $1.
Peter Hanson to Henry S. Hanson,
lot 13 .block 10, old town of Cor
Gustav A. Borst to Fritz Schmidt,
lot of l.'.OxlO feet, northwest Quar
ter section 2-17-2W. $9T,0.
Peter Hanson to Daniel T. F'jnneo,
lots 4, 8 and 7, block J, Marshall's
addition to Cordova. $1.
Gaston Veys to Eugenia Stallone,
part lot 1. block 1, Park Ridge ad
dition to city of Moline. Sl.'tnO.
Hayes Wright to Thomas E. Fitz
patrlck. southwest quarter section
John K. Moore to J. R. Metzler,
south half southwest quarter sec
tion 12-1 6-1 W, $7, COO.
Sadie A. Gaunt and husband to
George E. Mayhew, part outlot 11.
Wait & Walker's second addition to
the city of Reynolds, $?.0O.
Peter H. Wessel to Henry DotWs.
lot 2. block 1, P. H. Wcssel's second
addition to the city of Moline. $700.
Mary A. Wa!h to K. I.. Fuller,
part lot 19, block 2 1, town of Silvis,
Harry G. Glenn to Patrick Tl. Ed
wards, lot l.T. block 2. Beecher &
Walsh's addition to the city of Rock
John F. Shaffert to ( F. Da1s.
tract In section 2:5 17:iV.. $1.
City Council Room. Rock Island, III .
March 7, 1911. The city council met
in adjourned regular se.sion at 2 o'clock
p. m. Mayor M cCa.sk rln presiding and
all f.Merinen present except I'lke,
liorst. Cochran, and Simser.
Al.irf rman Frit k moved that when
thr council adjourn if he to Saturday
afternoon at 2 oe.lock. anil that tin
clerk notify representatives of the Trl
City Railway company, the Tri City
Construction company. W. M. Bailey,
George Evans, the Clinton Iron and
Bri.lce company, and representatives
Mrs. Ben Kettering has returned to of the Central I'nion Telephone com
her home in McNeeley, S. D.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
. .-oB'fi.,:.- I IK
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Res I Estate Transfers.
Henry W. Plnmbeck to Andrew G.
Jacobson, part lot 2, block .2 Steven's
Third addition to the city of Molino,
Andrew G. Jacobson to Charles J.
Lundahl, part lot 3. block 2 Stevens'
Third addition to the city of Moline,
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran
church, Moline to Henry W. Plumbeck,
lots 1 and 2, block 2, Stevens' Third
addition to tho city of Moline, 111., ;
B. H. Guyer to Alice G. Stone, lot 8,
block 10, Butord and Guyer's addi
tion to tbe city of Rock Island, 111..
pauy to he present. Carried.
Alderman Schnihl moved the recon
sideration of the motion to refer the
proposed franchise ordinance of the
Tri City Independent Telephone com
pany to the next administration, ("a--ried.
Alderman Fchmid moved that a ro
cess be taken to Inspect- the new ft 1
ter plant. Carried.
On reassembling. Alderman Hola
hammer moved that the inspector, Or
rin S. Holt, be notified to appear be
fore the council Saturday afternoon,
and that he be requested to file a
more detailed report of the construc
tion work on the filter during the time:
he 6erved as Inspector. Carried.
Adjourned on motion of Alderman
M. T. RFDGREN. city Clerk.
I hereby certify the above to he i
streets, and on Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth fitreets between First and Sec
ond avenues, th lights to be similar
in design to these installed about the
New Harper, and to b about 40 fort
apart. Referred on notion of Aldermaa
Holr.hammer to the street and alley
and fire and light comDTdttees jljkJ city
Alderman Stephens moved that the
council adjourn to Monday ntght, sfter
making an Inspection of the filling on
Thirteenth avenue between Ninth and
Tenth streets. Carried.
M. T. RUDGREN
I hereby certify that the abovo Is a
true and complete) record af the pro-
ceedlngs of th" city council of Rock
Island. 111., at a meeting held March
1 1. 1911. ROY A. SEA II H.
Kills a Murdarei1.
A merciless murderer Is sppendl
citls with many victims, but Dr.
King's New I fe Pill kill It " in
vention. They gently stimulate stom
ach, liver and bowels, preventing
that (togging that Invites appendi
citis, curlog constipation, headache,
biliousness, chills. Twenty-ilvs cenfji
at all druggists.
all the aldermen present except I'tke,
Naab, Siuiser, and McN'ealy.
The mayor read a Huppb-rnr-ntal re
port of Orrin S. Hult on the construc
tion work at the fil'er plant, during
the time he was employed at the plant
as Inspector. Aldernlan Frfck moved
the report be referred to the water
works committee to r port Monday.
Alderman Frick moved th.it the wat
erworks and finance committees be re
eueMcd to rffoit Mondav " the nBi ! bair anJ lp trouble, espertalry
estimate of the Pi'ifchurg Fj1't Man
ufacturlng company on the construe
tion of the new tilter. Carri'-d.
The clerk read a communicaf ion
from the Rock Isl ind Business Center
Progrenslve association, asking for
permission to Install ornamental lights
along the sidewalks on Second avenue
between Fifteenth and Twentieth j Harper House Pharmacy,
AN EASY AND HARMLESS WAY
J TO DARKEN THE HAUL
Who does not tnew of ths tsm ol
ease aod sotphur ftr keeptaf th hair
dork, soft, fUnray sod In good cuodltituat
Ax a sitttlw of luct, 0ulptuir to a aitral
elemout of hair, sad a dsfideacy of it
in tha hair is Wkt by insay scatp spe
dalisU t be connected with lens of
color sad vitality tt tits Uair. Vuqitrf
tmnati ty. thrra to no lietXrr rrmj lot
1 1 iy in cibs-
ture rrsvnM.t, than aod mathvr. If
proprrly prw,r-d. Tb Wrrth CWiucal
Wpny, 74 Obrtlaadt St, New ork
City, jmt mn ma 4lel prumfios tf tils
Uud, calW VTytk's Hrs sod Hotpbsr.
It is noKi by all Hadloc dmgirhits for
yc aod 91.1)0 a feutfla, t H arnt Arwt
by tm lastinfsotwrsta vpoa ront mt
For sale and recommended by thJ
Guyer. White and Pope to Adolph true and complete record of the pro-
i;ediiig oi tne ny council or JtOCK
Island. 111., at a meeting held March
7, 1911. ROY A. SEARS.
Vander Beke, lot 19, block 117, New
Shops addition to East Moline, 111.,
Frederick C. Raish to Oscar W.
Swancon, 12 lots in section 17 2 W.,
John Johnson by ex. to Anna and
Nels A. Olson, part lot 6, block 7, Pitts,
Gilbert and Pitt s First addition to the
city of Moline. I1L, $4,000.
Alfons Do Cook to Armable De
Scamps, lot 31, part lot 22, block
150, city of Molins. 111., $1,900.
John and Sophia E. Scbatz to
Christide Barbon, part lot 9, Henry O.
Case's snb. div., $3,025.
John Mohl to W. E. Bailey, lots 20
and 28 Henry Curtis' sub. div., Hale's
addition to the dty of Rock Island,
Guyer, Whit and Pope to Charles!
Menaa and John Elepples, lot 3. block j
123. city of East Moline, 111., $400.
Buena Vesta Mofflt to Minor W.
Curtla. E. hi, S."W. J,4. ectlon 16,
township 16, north range2, west, $15,
200. William J. Sweeney to Jane T. Mont
gomery, part lot 17 and 16. block 1,
Minor W. CurtU et ui to Catherine
A. Wocbner. X. E. N. E- 'i, sc-
ition 1. township 16, north raiie 2,
City Council Room. Rock Island. II!
March 11, 1S11. The city council mt
iu adjourned regular session at 2 o'clock
p. m.. Mayor McCaskrin presiding and
Fcr 11 Elcsd znA Skla Ciseases
M a Patect Beslcls t Pir 8U Ciirsr
Jifxlical ezosrts ererywber rscoifn'ro t he
tlood-poriiyjo? properties oi Red Ciover
Bioiocn. -ure blool mean perfect
health, fret -53i3 ead stay veil by atingr
ttu tim pie remedy ttat puxifles t.-io b'ood.
paopit: ui iwi tnuua fur
sd otkar Iiiiiim of tm blbod.
Alls jmwr irrnggitt far HiTiiia'i Extract
B. KEESUASTS SOSS. LtkmU BsiUias. CWcaa '
When y..i nf'1 a wr.'tMt you ourit to o o a reltabU rn: O'jr oftloa
haa l)en wriiii.ii nily lucalcd In I i:t v-iiport It years. No o'.har et
ever ron alrnei ur1.vwt.er0 nt-.tr that lung. Manx h' roma and oti. Our of
fice haa r-ieHln.-J hrre permanently tieeauaa our treatmenta r.&va b-an It.a
iorat KUcrnfiful. our prtct-a c,- u. and t tiava ra-
funed to tk any c- unl.'bt thnusti tlmrm Kit
a rt.ar.ee to tenfU or cum. You aat not onljr ti
:it of hit 1'irge xjrtrira. t.uf ha haa all'
at'it1,r1 rntnod an1 t re.it nmat rKommrnilnil by
lai'lli.K iiti ytctana f IL.ro;e Bai.kera. bunniti
. rnn and unuful pu'lcnta textlfy to hla reliability.
N'n niria aver tit! without naant of patlanta.
H.ot-lal fn-dlral ttntmfnli, alo fttnttnc elavtrto
triLtri.erita Uit1 whn i."itd. Out tit town ptttUrDta
c.n return b'ima aania dav. firm visit Ui o'llra In
riuny eae mar be a'.l that la necacaarjr. Conaulta
Leading Specialist Middle West
Bror.r-Mtla. Astt.rn-. ffeart Platt, I'.haum;ittm, NeuraJ
Cia. It.'l.i-e'Hon. cild I n'1 and f-t. til rji down, im In
itornach. rrioklnr n'at loim, nr.nrtn? of brfa'n. p-ln roi.nl r.fart, wttk
I eart couitl . p:.in l;i 1 i out. rhmnic tt.roat anl lin IronWf, 1I .x!fi . r otitl
l.atlon. t.ffl'K' !,: ka r.- :,',or atp"i'. heart, livtr. hldr.ay, tlooJ and akin
difcea.'. ;iti-l i 1 ci.roti:o tl staii of men. vrr.en ar,'i ,;;.lren
NERVOUS DEBILITY ttVW ?:'1:T'kil1i
the cfcuse t n-.:,ny B man's failure. It rt te vltal.lv and weaken tre blo,d.
You car. I ma-1 'tr ,:. i u cun he a ucrM. Th 0.1 undo of mn have
talcn our uari' i-f;j! : r"a ? rr en ' 1 It ilwi not k'ep yr i f",m voik A dollar
f,p-nt In T-w ii.'.i.if i-iir t-Jittli and vlr,r pay you .ar a tjr.dro.J iloia.
.Nervous tj'.-'.;i;y i- eauwJ lv l.ard work. "rry, looa of f.t-ep, l.aa,putri, t
ceRex of ail kli..1. rn.ru .f yo-jth. ahfitk and lllnata Come lo tr.e o:l) a at
or.ee If you art: afirinir from n-rvoua d-biilly, l'rkv:,, all run down.
tl'-epl aar.e -. j.'cr r.--rnorr. lo-a ' f vlicor. tuaiful. bli.. nrvoua far, wak
klcl.ey. w- kr.--'. h.;n i.o-letv, ro ar.hitf'in. palpitation of the heart, can't
ieep." lack f T t - - f' r hlor,d. bi'jod p'tia'-n. atorrarh, hlood. kldriy. Mad
der ar..j nWin d;tt e . i;iier.t In v.ter tcatna, e.-inlly tired etc V;irlco;..e
la a frejunt cyi 'it d'-t ; ' n e? In rn-n. Why treat mo lora- wtn ol er s-ti
our trei'.mcn; luch a ai.ort time. Narnea In private caaoa kept conflden-
EXarrrfiTTO THRU. Honrs 10 to li . m.t 1 to 4:0 p.
BfI fratarJay aienlaa, 7 to 8 p. m. SasJay Tnorn.lny, 10 to 11 a.
Chicago Medical Institute
124 W. Third Street - Davenport, Iowa