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THE ARGUS, SATUKDA , JUIA' 2!. 1S!)3
!t Does not Require any Further "Test" to Prove
It Has Been Thoroughly Demonstrated in tie Published Announcements
of the Stackhousc' Medical Institute which Hare Been
' Regularly Copied by Small-Fry "Specialists"
in Davenport and Oth( r Cities.
Bruins originate, apes imitate.
In every department of human in
dustry; in every social circle and
business community; in every trade
and every profession there are lead
ers and there are followers.
Dr. Stackhousc and the physicians
associated with him have been for
many years the acknowledged lead
ers and greatest authorities in the
special lilies of practice which they
have adopted and to which they de
vote themselves entirely and abso
lutely. Their success has had no parallel
in the history of modern medicine.
The published evidence of this suc
cess as presented to the people in the
columns of the principal dailies has
had no precedent in modern newspa
The published announcements of
the Stackhousc physicians have al
ways been made in a direct, straight
forward and simple style that no
reader could by any possibility mis
understand. By placing before the
public in the columns of our home
newspapers the exact result of the
treatment from week to week in the
cases of well known citizens. Dr.
Stackhousc has won the full conli
dence of the whole people in this
In almost every city may be found
small-fry specialists,'" of w hom the
world never heard until they dis
played their names in the public
prints at so much per line. Unable
to imitate the superior treatment of
the trained specialists, they endeavor
by copying as closely as possible the
advertising of their acknowledged
superiors, to lure some of the afflict
ed to their offices. We have a record
of nearly one hundred of these self
made specialists" who use brazen
effrontery and assurance as substi
tutes for the qualifications of a physi
cian, and mimicry as a miserable
make-shift for originality.
They are to be found in Davenport;
but this is Davenport's misfortune,
not her fault. They came without
invitation and remain against the
protest of intelligent, law-abiding
citizens. Knvious of the unbroken
line of successes made by Dr. Stack
house, they never cease to make
faces at him and his medical associ
ates. Boasting of intimate connec
tion with great medical institutes in
large cities, they never name one of
them. May be that modesty forbids.
Alluding frequently and vaguely to
very great medical attainments and
a vast field of experience, they sing
ularly refrain from publishing cre
dentials, and it is difficult to trace
them further than an obscure coun
try villiage in Jackson county, la.
But the crumbs that fall from the
table of the skilled specialists seem
to satisfy the practical, pretending,
plagarizing advertising doctors, and
we presume that like the poor, they
will be with us always.
In March of this year. Dr. Stack
house lirst announced a guarantee
test in Nashville, Tenn., where one
of the southern offices of his insti
tute is located. The guarantee was
announced in the papers of Daven
port. Kock Island, and Moline during
l he whole month of June. The success
rif this test is now talked of in one
half the homes of Davenport. Ia.;
Kock Island. Moline and tjuincy.
HAVE YOU TRIED
TO FIND A
RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
KID KEY, LEVER and BLADDER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-BACK, &c.
pIpB. S&KOEH'S ELECTRIC BELT
it " uwem -- i ii it rr, t iiiiffw Hc itir-lW toioutu ne rcno oy every young,
iiilfldlea0d and old mnn. sent ealol, free. ir- Hanilen'p Electric licit if no experiment.
s we have restored thousands to robunt health and vtiror. alter ill other treat merit 8 failed, as can be
shown by hundreds of caxet throughout thtanudothi rftatcff.wh. would uladly tent i it. auru many
ul whom we have atronj; letters bearing testimony tt their recovery after umi;,; our licit
WE HAVE CUREDTHESEWECAN CURE YOU!
KEBTOrs DEBUJTT AXD WEAKNESS. I F-OM IP Ji-biDEJi 'T U. PLOW CO.
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Centliry. nnd eOflMtlcr tt a wnnat niv.Tflll nm.nf iMf.1
" I"' .F.r'" ivition- of tlie nlneuewitli
l fmi.nir the many allllcteil on thnenrth, on J 1 know th.lt
I tnmiiith me rereral of vr.ur belt have been sold, to the
i partial ert?jtct aatnfaetiun. As to mraelf I am a well
man Icwlay from wrarlnRonof Tour tleetrie btlts. and
mtnirtjrpouml-heavier tlian before u-imflt. Idlecr
fUjrudtruU.tiiliv n eomn.endTourb. lt. vu,-'-r
11. h. VYII.dkii, i bhavaut Arcnuo.
CEM31AI. DEBILITY, NEETOUSNES9.
. lln.wmt, VTK, Atnmrt7th. IMS,
A. T. Baktito, H,nr Bir t-The Kleetric b. It 1 re
Peived iroin yoiiLtitAprilhasdoneallitlrtreeomiiienilert
loclo. lean nay It. li.a done moro for tue than all tho
jnedielne I Lavotakt n in three yearn. The time I got
rile belt I wax in n condition, suflenni; preatly from
cenernl oel.lllrv n . . .... . . . .
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eI7'i?0or c"Iul;"OI- 1 weiirheU at the time l(rot tho
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If a eomplnto salvnnle battery, made Into a belt so a
cives stiothine. prolonged currents which are tnsta
o-t,iiiMi. it baa an improved r.lrctrlc nuapm
We Warrant IE. ,i eitm mot of tin, atuivn nakiini.
ICrt'unded. They are (Traded In strength to meet a
.SANDEN ELECTRICCO., I
"i win cure me worst caaea id two or luruu m
Rc"niwVedto No. 58 State St.,
111. ; N vshville, Tenn. ; Springfield, O. ;
Terre Haute, Fort Wayne and In
dianapolis, Ind.; and all other cities,
where the test was conducted at the
offices of the Stackhouse Medical in
stituto. During this month, this style of
advenising is being used by adver
tising doctors in Davenport, Chica
go, aril even in New York and Phil
adelphia. Brains originate, apes imitate.
"ALL RIGHT NOW."
Another Instance of the Success r the
Strtckliouse Treatment When All Others
I had catarrhal trouble of 15
years' standing, but am now all
right." said Mr. Henry Kosenkranz,
ofNo. 120S Harrison street, Daven
port. "Besides having all the unpleasant
symj toms that characterize this
mala ly, there was a discharge from
my right ear for 'JO years. The phy
sicia is of the Stackhousc Medical
institute removed a polypus from
the car. and now it is well.
MK. IIKNKY liOSENKHANZ.
"The Stackhousc treatment has
been infinitely more successful in the
eradication of my catarrhal troubles
tha i all the remedies and physicians
I eer tried. I am highly 'pleased
wit'i the treatment, for I am better
now than I have been for many
5 I'KU MONTH.
C atarrh and kindred diseases suc
cessfully treated and medicines fur
nis.ied for $5 per month. . Charges
for all other diseases always moder
ate. Consultation and examination
Stackhouse Medical Institute,
Permanently located in
Kooms 17 and 18.
(First Floor. Take the Elevator.)
8, W. Corner of Brady and Third Streets,
All curable diseases treated with suc
c.&a. Specialties: Eve. Ear. Nose,
Tfcroat and Lungs; Nervous Diseases,
Bl 'od Diseases and Skin Diseases.
ucc28Bful treatment by mail. Write
for symptom blanK. Consultation acd
ex tminatiun free.
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m. , 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m.
Sundays 10 to 12 a m. only.
DSUGS AND FAILED
DR. NANDF.VS ElECTRIC BELT
with r.lertro mnctirtir Nupriu
nory will cure without medicine
all of thti abovptrnuitloa. Thio who
fuller from Kervnun Oebility,
I.omwpn, llrninw, lof Dlanhuofl,
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I'nor Memory, nil KcmnleCnm
piumtM, unusrrncral ill health,
ti diners of BbiiFfn, exeesswfi, worry
ir expi'SurTili tiiulrelmf and prompt
ciro tn our marvelous invention,
winch reitiirvp but a trial to convince
tho most kfpticMl. liiurnoraiiconfer
lo'ts you niny Imve un ;uly drained
yiirfvteni ol nervo force and vualli j
nine It 1 electricity arid thus
cauftMi your weakueaaoi lackol force.
If you replace into your system the
elements thus diained, which are re.
quired tor viorouHStrcntrth, you will
remove t he c;oi?eanu health, ntrcnet u
and Yn:r wi 1 follow at once. Tiiif
:a our plan and treatment, and we
,., - . it to nv of in friends -no are afflicted with
ailmenuifortlieeiirt'rf which the belt is reeommended.
XourdTery uuly, HI. JiA.VAA, rres. vvier now ui,
LAHE liACC, EID.NET DISEASE, AC.
CHTPAOO, October 17. "W.
IB. A.T. Siifnirw. Pear Bln-Thia Is to certify that I
linTo uaed tno banden Klectrio belt for laaie back and
l.iilney trouble, and HT to thoae afflicted that I uaro
eeeiTed aeoronlt!teeiire. 1 mortaiioerfully recommend
:uem. Yours, &c, JA1IK3 HILLS. 7lu and Frauer sta.
lii:t'OSIMEMS TUE BELT TO ALL,
KumAn Crrr. Kanmx. Oetober 301 h.
Pr. A. T. fiaNDEN, liear Kir, ours of t Iie29t h lnt. , ao
wild, nod I Tvlllsnvin reply that your No. . Ir. fanden
Electric Ii'lt haa friTea jfoodaatiyfnctlon and haa done
-no b. wonderful (rood. From now on I ahall use tt
ivery day, and know It will brimr me out all O. K. I
nave frive'n your belt a uood recommend to eeveral here.
Uuciuur vou w ill "ell many mere, I am, yours truly. ,
t.s.iii'tiaivr.Looi Boi iij,s.t.tuuon. 1
i to be easily worn Onrloir work or atrwrt, nrt ft
atly lelt tbrouKhout nil weak part, or we forfeit
aory, theBreatest boon ever given weak ir.en.and
tnd toenlarire shrunken limbs, or parts, or Itloney
II atanes of weakness In y.mnu, mlduie-agedoruld.
intaa. Address for la!l hiformation. m.. g
tto La Salle St., CHICAGO, ILL,
Opposite Masonic Temple.
i " -. ,
! kKXSIBLE-XOT SKXSATIOSAt. in hall 8w . , I '
. i in nail, 8 p. m. All nu'ctinirs will 1a
You Had Hotter Keail Tlii if You Want to
Many persons, especially some of
the local advertisers of this cirv,
seem to think that the Great Atlam
Forepaugh Shows waste an immense
amount of money in advertising, and
think that shows so well established
and so extremely popular with the
public, need only to announce their
coming; to insure them all the busi
ness they are capable of taking; care
of. But Manager McCaddon, who
conducts this vast amusement enter
prise, is a man of keen business
judgment, and the fact that he does
so much advertising is the best ar
gument that he believes that it pays.
But in addition to his judgment he
has in his employ several of the
most expert advertisers in the coun
try, and what is done is likewise a
reflection of their judgment, for
their chief is not above accepting
and acting upon a suggestion from
them. One of these experts, who
was in this olliee . this week, said
upon this subject: "There can be
no argument upon such a subject
so powerful as the history of all great
business enterprises. "Without an
exception everyone of them have
made their success through and di
rectly through their advertising.
There can scarcely be such a thing
as too much advertising if the ad
vertiser is not a tit inmate of an asy
lum for the insane. There can be too
little, and you have only to look up
and down any of your business
streets to see who are the business
men of your town who do too little
advertising. They are not vour suc
cessful business men, sure. Adver
tising is not a condition, it is a prin
ciple. It must be done in all kinds
of business, and ours is not the only
one which has to depend upon it. If
we do more advertising than any
body else, and as a matter of fact we
do, it is because we want to do a bigger
business than anybody clso- and we
do that also. Perhaps we might do
it if we did not advertise so much,
but we are not willing to make so
doubtful an experiment. We know
it is the newspaper that is a constant
advertiser of the community in which
it is published, and all share alike
from the certain benefits to commu-'
nity accruing. It is a matter of just
as much concern to us, therefore, to
see the newspapers succeed as it is to
anybody else who benefits from the
general prosperity of the community
which the newspapers bring about.
We hope to get our share of it and
feel that the money we spend upon
the newspapers is well spent even if
they should fail to bring to us but
few people, who would come to us if
we tlid or did not advertise. Of
course, that is a very broad-gauged
idea of things, but then we are a
broad-gauged concern, and have to
look farther ahead than those whose
ousiness is connnca to very narrow
Is not this opinion worthy of con
sideration by the business clement of
At the Grace English Lutheran,
corner of Forty-fourth street and
Seventh avenue, Rev. George E.
Shuey, pastor, services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:15
At the Central Presbyterian,
preaching by the pastor, Rev. John
H. vKerr. Morning, subject: "Per
sevorancc;" evening, "A Striking
Contrast.'" Sunday school at 11:45
a. m. Young people's prayer meet
ing at 7 p. m.
At the Christian, services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:45 p. m.. conducted by
the pastor. Rev. T. W. Grafton.
Morning subject, "The Buried Tal
ent;'''1 evening, "The Mission of His
Coming.'''' Sunday school at 9:15 a.
m. Y. P. S. C. E." at 6:45 . m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian.
Rev. T. R. Johnston of Edgington
will occupy the pulpit in the morn
ing. No evening services. Sunday
school at !i:10 a. m. Young people's
meeting at (5:45 p. m. South Park
chapel Sunday school at :i:.'50 p. m.
At the First M. E., "Church
Views.'" an address to a class of pro
bationers, will be delivered by Rev.
F. W. Merrell, pastor, at 10:45 a. in.
At 7:45 p. m. his subject will be
"Divine Worship." Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m. Young people's meet
ing at G-.45 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching
by the pastor. Rev. C. E. Taylor, Ph.
1). Subject for morning. "Bought
With a Price." Evening, "A Chris
tian: Its Ideal." Sunday school at
9:15 a. m.. C. L. Williams, superin
tendent. B. Y. P. U. meeting at 7 p.
p. m., Miss Emma Churchill leader.
Topic: "Conquest Meeting, Amer
icans in America for Christ." Sun
day school at the Forty-fourth street
chapel at 3 p. m., F. M. Sinnett. su
perintendent. At the United Presbyterian, preach
ing at 10:45 a. m. by the pastor. Rev.
II. C. Marshall. Morning subject,
"The Second Epistle to the Ephe
sians." In the evening the services
will be in charge of the young peo
ple's society. Subject, "Receiving
the Holy Ghost." 1. The Promise
of the ilely Spirit, by S. II. Mont
gomery. 2." The Work of the Holy
Spirit, by Miss Lizzie Stelck, and 3.
Reason Why We Should seek to be
tilled With "the Holy Spirit, by E. B
McKown. Sunday school at 9:30 a.
ror ttie Salvation Armv. nieetinjrs
Sunday as follows: Knee drill, 7 a.
m.: holiness meetiiir, 11 a. m.: onen
air meeting in Market stiuare, 2:151
p. ni.; family gathering in hail, 3 p,
m.; open air meeting in Market
square, 7:15 p. m.: llosana meeting
lea ny stall Captain J. C. Addie, di
visional otiieer in charge of the Sal
vation Army in the state of Illinois.
He will be accompanied by Capt.
Boyler, the young lady officer who
opened the meetings" here. Capt.
Boyler is a ery sweet singer and a
very proiieient'player on the Auto
harp upon which instrument she ac
28 Georgiana Huntoon to Nellie
R. Crandall, part lot 2, block 1, J.
W. Spencer's Third add.. Rock Isl
Louisa Healy, ct al, to W. H. Gay
lord, lots 1 to 10 inclusive, block 4,
Healy's First add., Moline, and
tract by metes and bounds in 33, 18,
J. K. Groom to W. K. Sloan, lot 8,
block 3, R. Walker's place. South
J. C. II. Read to L. 1). Edwards,
tract by metes and bounds in asses
sor's lot 3, S3, 18, lw, $600.
28 Guardianship of Margaret
Hickey. Letters of guardianship is
sued to William Hickey. Bond tiled
A Komaoce in s Nutshell.
She went to a ball; ware too thin clothing;
caught cold ; was very ill for many days ; a de
voted admirer brought a remedy, when her life
seemed to hang ty a thread; she took it; recover
ed; aul, finally married the man who had saved
her life. And the remedy he brought her was Dr.
l'icrce's Golden Medical Discovery, which U a
certain cure for ail throat and lung diseases and
scrofulous complaints, of whkh consumption is
IVER V. 1
filet Eeadache and reliere all tb troubles Iccf
rtont to a bilioua Btate of tho aystem, auoh as
Dizzinem, Kaasca, Drowsiness, Siatreaa after
atiue. fain in the fiido, to. Thilo their meat
Tcmaz-aWa aucceaa haa been shown la ennrg
Headache, yot Carter's Little Urge Pills an
"f.nal ly valnablo in Constipation, curing and pre
printing tLiaannoylngeompbunt.wbilo they also
ercrcct U disorders of thostomacli .stimulate th
2iTor and regulate the bowela. ren if tney only
Aeli tney weald be almost prtcncaa to those wr9
Suffer from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately theirgnodmm does no-,eiwi b T,aud thnt
wh 3 once try them will find these little pills toIu
Hble in sorany ways that they will not bo wi!
ll to do without thorn. Bat after allaick heat
ftsfhe bane of so many lives tbaJhore Is whara
vo make our great boast. Oar pUlscurait while
ethers do not.
Carter's Little LiTer PCls aro vary small and
very easy to take. One or two pills mcltoa doae.
They are strictly vegetable ad do noi gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action please all what
cm them. Invialsat25cents: fiveffl. Said
by draggista everywhere, or soul ty i uL
CARTER MELICIkE CO.. U- w York.
ami pin skaii oosf. i price
5A 2 SLwEa.
1 J -at r. - Ha-
A nrw and Complete Treatment, consisting of
euppotfitorieis. Ointment in Oatisnh, alo in Box
and Pills; A Positive i'ure for Ex'ernal. Blind or
Bleeding Itchlne, Chronic. Kecen' or Hereditary
Piles, FEMAVp wkaknkssks and n-i.nv other dis
eases; it is sways a great beneftt to thu general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Kemeriy has nerr oeen known
to fall, il per box, 6 for SA; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this tcrriable disease when a written
euaramee is positivly given with 8 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
frtie sample. Guarantee lasted b our aiient.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on the ''tomarh. Liver and I5w
els; dispels lyspepsia. Biliousness, r'ever. Colds,
Nervous Disorders,Slei'plessnes,l.ns;of Apiietile.
restores the complection ; perfect disrcstion fo!
lows their use. Positive cure 'or Sick Ukaiiacui
and Constipation. Small, mild. usy to tuk- Large
Vials of 51) Pills 35 cents.
HARTr.& TjLLMKYEB Sole A-ents BocK Isl
ao ' ".
3 TO 6 DAYS.
ABSOLUTE CURE FOR
WILL NOT CAUSE.
STRICTURE, ask for
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THIRTY ye,rV obTwtion of CastorU writh the patron ago of
millions of pirsons, permit to speak of It without gneaai-ag.
It is naqns stionnbly the best remedy for Infanta and Children
tho world has ever known. It is haarmlesa. Children like it. It
evei them health. It will save their lives. In it Mothers have,
something which is absolutely safe and practically perfect as a
Castorla destroys Worms.
Caatorla allay Foveriahnesm.
Ca a tori a prevents yo-atiTin- Sour Cnrd.
Castoria enres Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
Castoria relieves Teething Trophies.
Castoria cores Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria nentraliacs tho effects of carhonie acid gas or poisonons air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opinm. or other narcotic property.
Caatoria agimilutesthefood, Tegnlaten the stomach and howola,
ftiving healthy and natnral sleep.
C-storia ia pnt tip in one-sie hottles only. It is not sold In hnlh
Don't allow an? one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promi
that it i"jnt as good " and will answer every pnrpoae."
See that von rt C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
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