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f - THEARGUS, SATUItDA; falY' 1. ISuC. v jj t ? i '" '
The Iffi Fee System.
(derate Charge of Specialists Skilled in the Treat-
m:it of Difficult Cases.
( ;tre una At!'" Jon at rmiau
(, lately Frt'c4-v,!
Fauth. the!C.'iir Maker, (Jives
Tin- charges at tin Staekhonse
:il Institute are ni ays moder-
The fee f'r a month treatment,
liuliiiir all attendafe, eonsulta
,1. ajuiaratus and meieines, i of-
11 linn ii-n man
! ; i 1 1 i" iav a iiruu.'"1 111
i . i .: : i.
i ii-iith of time for fi'.iiijr the pre
dion of the f:iilv doetor.
ii I lie fees of the su essful snee-
lls in mis institute : e eiuiiiiui uu
lli I lif i harness made y the aver-
. . 1 " . T . . . 1
il:iiii!lv practitiont . me torim-r
arrhiiAeeeils in amom per cent
f the IattV.:.
When Dr. Staekhonse nl his assn-
ateil inaugurated tbo ijrht fee sys-
em in this eommunity.t was reallv
iredieted bv a tiuinherf wiseacres
mi! local prophets of lie medical
tesMon that the !Stuc house Medi-
lnstitute could not oiij survive
li such fi rn i noli .i" i tlnut fit lou
pes. Many of tho who beard
prophecies have Itvdto see the
ikhouse Medical Iiistute rise to
present proud einh nee ainoni;
great permanent in-titutiim , of
lavi-nport, while thoso ho proihe
ii i! its downfall have' lenarted for
wvr and greener In It - where the
iimi.ius" system p moderate
arcs for the mo.-t skilful and suc---m!
treatment has a yet been
Tin- institute with I - moderate
1 -t I'l'iiriKntilj i i.it.il
- more cast's and ej cts a larger
ntae of eures that inv similar
Miion in this eounta '.
A TYPICAL CASE.
kM.ir-i.nn Kailtlt. ( ii::iriii:ikr Witli f-;-r.l-
n.in:l Hii ili, ,iv,. HUT.-timmil.
Mr. Harrison Fauth, ? if No. '
lani-.in street. Davenmrt. a ii"-ir.
cmjiloved at the iianufaetorv
J'ermati'titlv located in
IWEITTAKER BUILDING, S. V.
i First Floor. Take Elvvai r.)
All curable diseases treated with
N"-c. Jhroat and Lun:s: Nervous
I'! -eases. (
Successful treat m. nt by mail.
nun .a ill i IlilU' Ml lift'.-
Otlice Hours fl to -J a. m., 2 to
1-' in. only.
For the next
In order to reduce the immense line we
have tomake room for other goods we must
sacrifice them. Come at once and secure
the besrfcargan that was ever offered in the
r j i i
525 and 1527
now located in hie new ibop,
HTLlght shoes a ipeeialty.
CHAS. DAIfflff ACHER,
Proprietor of the Braily street
All kinds of Cot Flowers
One block from Centaal park, the largert in Iowa.
- "A tlANC? SAV ,3A CSOODJTHING, BUT
uosi ana flieuiemes r iii nisiieu ad-
the Fittest Mr. Harrison
of Ferdinand Ilaak. Xo. 111(1
1112 West Seventh street, says:
Mi;. IIAIMMSOX KAITII.
, He ore I liejjan treatment with
Dr. St ickhouse and his associates, I
had bi en su fieri ii for two years with
:ifii unusually severe ease of catarrh.
I had oonstant ringing sounds in mv
ears and beeame nearly deaf. Spots
flouted before my ey:s and headaches
were incessant. leiNuld sleep scarce
ly at all. It never seemed as though
1 had dept enough.
'Tb.' treatment has coiupleteiv
dispel led these symptoms and left
me enjoying better health than I
have since the beginning of my
trouble over two year ago. The
Staekhonse treatment is pleasant,
mild : ud agreeable, and as to its
curative value, any one Who knew
me a lew mouths ago and will look at
me in u . ean testify."
.- I'KIS MONTH.
Cat iri h and kindred diseases s:ic-
cessfi 11 v treated and medicines fur
nished for sr. per month. ( harg
ther diseases always moder-
tion and examination
Ko mis 17 and 1.
Cor Brady and 'f Kird Streets
DAVKM'Oltr, I A.
Specialties: Eve. Far.
Diseases, l'.lood Diseases, and Skin
iVrfre tor symptom, blank. Cob-
4 and 7 trH p. m. Sundays li) to
124 128 and 121
const antly on band.
304 Brady street.1
Peoplo Who Go to sleep
"Talk about people going to sleep
in church," said Albert W. Dean, "why
shouldn,t they? I don't know any
safer place on earth to sleep in than a
church, and it seems all the more se
cure to me when I see the dangerous
places chosen Ijy some people to do
their dozing in. . At Indianapolis the
other dsy I saw a tinsmith asleep on
the roof of a house at the very eaves,
and when two policemen stole up and
carefully awakened him, he got mad
because they had disturbed his rest
lie felt secure up there because he was
used to it I have seen a man
sitting asleep on a painter's scaffold,
swinging near the top of one of Chi
cago's sky-piercing houses, and when
I spoke to him about it later he said it
was nothing unusual; that he often
took a post-prandial nap in that way.
There must bo some sixth or seventh
sense in man that protects him during
sleep; that enables him to wake up at
the desired hour, etc. I feel more and
more convinced of this when I see, as
I do every day, teamsters sitting asleep
on their wagons, nodding and snor
ing, but seldom, if ever, falling off.
Especially on warm days can you see
dozens of teamsters adoze on their
moving wagons, and I believe it is
only those who are under the influence
of liquor that fall off."
At Trinity chapel, ltev. II. l
Sweet, rector, even son ;in,l Sun
day school at 2:8!) p. in.
At Trinity church, lie v. II. F.
Sweet, rector. Sunday sohool at
i):15 a. nt. Matins and celebration at
H:45 a. m. Even song at 7:30 p. ill
At the Salvation army barrack.
11 a. m., holinets meeting;
in., open air meetiii!'- on
si.uare; 3 p. ni., tet meetinr
l-.'.y) p. ri. open air meeting
cer sijuare: .s p. ni., meet
hail. Minioct: he ian
At the liroadwav 1,
vices at 1 1 1 : : ) a. m.
meetinir at i',:)
school at !l:lo
At the t
II. Kerr. A
vice in th
COISTV BUILDIVG. !
. f. Transfers. -; '
29 C. J. Anderson to Jonas Lmd
stroni, lot 31, block 1, Moline W'atur
Tower Co's. i West add!, Moline,-M,-300.
29 William j M. Parker tn James
W. Parker, sJ IneJ and part nej sc;
25. 19. 2e, and nart nwfr sw 30,
Se, $4,000. 1 " - , ,K ,
'Si Assinmd nt of Gus K Englin.
Deed of asignnent filed. '
Estate of IJniphrey V. Tyler;
Proof; of death!;, Will admitted to
probates. 'T .
tiiiardianship J -cf minor heirs of
Louisa Twomblfc'i Receipt and re
lease of Sarah I I. Twombly, one
sam waras sill's havins arrived
the age of 18 h'ear8) tiled' and ap
proved and gn trdian released as to
The DoIawarrTs Snuday Dinner,
The table of the Hotel Delaware
the best in the Wtorld's fair dis,
Here's last Sundaly's dinner
WockTanle &A'.p am Qne
fllli't f Ocran 'lnnt, sit
Roili-d Siirlnt' rhtrkrnnn Tout
f rog Lea, breaded
illet or Bi-el, plqu
aew ruuitoe in creai
I was tru