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THE TRAYPJEKS' 6CIPE
CHICaUO, HOCK I BLAND & PACIFIC KAILr
way Depot ecrnet Fifth avenne and Thirty
first street, Frank H. Flummer, agent.
UOancu Hi alls A Minneso
Kansas City Day Express.
f, fVahin?ton Express.. ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti
Kansas City Urhited . .
T:06 am 4:4S am
10:5jpu' 8:1' am
3.45 am 3:20 am
4:."l am !! ;"l." pio
rHuart-Rock Island Express
pmi v :w am
a -1 - . n .IX. m
St. Pan! and Minneapolis....
Kansas City asd M . Joe
Ies Moines, Omaha & Lin-1
6:40 am 9:33 pm
Daily. tO ins east. lUoinc west. APnll
man sleeping car is sidetracked at Davenport
ami taken to Chicago daily by ttrst-ain. This
car is reads for ooeuparo at p. m. for reser
vation of erth, tickeu. etc., telephone 1093
Kock Island, or apply at depot.
P. H.Fi.rmtr.R. Agu
L. M. Alls. Gen. Agt. Psss. Dept. Daenport.
BURLINGTON ROCTK-C, B. A i. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth si
It. J. Young, went.
lit. Lost Express. ......
it. Unl - Scuresi ,
St. Paul Express
., 8:40 am; 7:0 pi
. ! 7:40 pm! 6 '40 an
. S:t0 pmi 7 5S an
. I S:f0pro! 11:45 m
.1 7:86 am 6:50 pm
.' 0:30 sm 5:"6 pm
CHICAGO, MTX.WATJKKB ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern DiTision De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, S. D. W. Holmes. agent.
7TO0aaii 9.30 fiu
4:40 pm I 11:4V am
. :45 tm 8 l om
Mall and Express
St. Paul Express
Ft. A Accommodation.
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First svenoa and Twentieth street. F.
a. Rockwell, Agent.
Fast Mall Express j 1:06am 7:05 pm
Express . i :0 pm 1 :2f pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 3 01pm
' 4:00pm 8:U am
BTJRLINUTON, CEDAR RAPIDS & NORTH
ern railway. depot foot of Brady street,Dsv
enport. J.B.Hannet-an, Gen.T'k't A Pass. Agent.
Leave. I Arrive.
Passenger M:H pm bl0:45am
Preth'bt ; bS 00 am!bll:15 pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train
. l)7:5sm bl0:ipm
.;al0: i pm a4 50am
. nti 45 am
bl :15 pm h:nnam
. b9:i&ini V1 :15pm
. ' Ml:5"um
aDat'.v. hD illy except Sund ly. "Go'ng north,
tfrnirjr youth and east
MOST DIRECT BOUTS TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
3 :30 pm
3 :27 pm
I. Rock Island
8 :45 am
Wyomine 110:11 am
Prlccevill 10:80 am
Peoria ill :15 sm
i! 4:65 pm
Oioomington 1 :15 pm i
ripiingfleld : 3:40pm
Decatnr ... 1:50 pm
Danville ' 3:5(j pm
Terre Haute 7:10 pm
Evansville 1:20 am
Bt. Louis 7:30 pm
Cincinnati 11:00 pm
10 -.00 pm
7 : 35am
Ar. Rock N.ir.'l.
.. 10:10 am 3:50 pm
. . ' 1 : pm 7 :05 pm
AccommoiHttnc trains leave Kork Island at
S:90a. m. an J O.JO p. m; arrive a: Peoria S:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. ro. Leave Peoiia 6:00 a. ui. and
7 :15p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:95
All trains nndVly except Sandaj.
All pai'sencer trains a-rive and depart Union
Free Cnnir c.-on Fast Expres" between Rock
slond anl Peoria, both directions.
Tnrnueh tlekoti to all paints; baga'c checked
rough to destination.
wV. Rock Ilau : 9.1n am l.On pm
Vrr. Reymld.... 10 ) nra 5.C5 pm
" Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lv. CaMe , B.i am 19.f 0 pm
A-. RsjnoM ; 7.'"'M3: 1.45 pm
Kockl'lanT , ': T.V- m 3.00 pm
' B. 8CDLUW, -.. TH'KHOrcE
Snpr'nrnndnt. Tkt Acet t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE &AST.
Be&t Dining Car Service in the World.
The Kock Island is foremost in
adopting anv advantage calculated
to improve speed and give that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
". thoroughly complete with vesti
fculed trains, magnificent dining
ars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
she most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are iniHrtant items. They
nre a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task diflicult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Kock Island Koute runs all
regular trains to Englcwood subur
' station, close to World's Fair
..inds, and you can save time and
trouble by getting oft at that point
ind avoid the crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Ca. ada or Mexico, or address:
Geu l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, III.
. St John, Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
THAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD
GIL tl ORE'S
Will completely ehanire the blood In yoor system
fa three months time, and snd new, rich Diood
coursing through your v :1bs. U you feel exhausted
and nervous, are gettir g thin and all run down
Gilmore's Aromatic Wire, which Is a tonic and not
beverage, win restore you to health and strength.
Mothers, osa It for your daughters. It is the best
reirulator and corrector for all ailments peculiar to
woman. U enriches the Mood and gives lasting
strength. It Is guaranti ed to cure DtarrtKea, Dys
entery, and all bummer Complaints, and keep us
Sold by ail druggists for SI per bottle.
THE GREAT EGL1SH REMEDY.
Promptly and penna
i ently cures all forms of
Uervons Weakness, Emir
nons, Spermatorrhea, Im
latency and all effects of
sbuse or excesses; been
(rcscribed over 35 years
a thousands of cases ; if
W hIUVI. - V.M.
before and. Alter. , tl medicine known ; ask
druggists for Wood's Pi isPHODrse: if he offers
some worthless medicit e in place of this, leave
his dishonest store, em lose price in letter ami
we will send yon by retain mail. Price one package
f I : six. 55 ; one will pletse. six will cure; pam
phlet in plain sealed envelope. 3 stamps; address
WOOD CHEMICAL CO.,
131 Woodward avenue. Detrail Mich.
ittersey at t.aia Office in Mitchell Jc
Lynae's ne"-' blo k
JACKSON 8c HURST,
I'lsrsfjs t I. w -Office in Rock Island
. National Bank build t p, Roca Island, 111.
E. D. SWEHET. C. 1.. WALKER.
SWEENEY iz WALKER,
i ttirnry and nsssel lnr at lnn-
office in Boneston's ilock. Rock Island, 111.
C. J. SEARLE. 8. W. SKARLE.
SEARLE at SEARLE.
Attnrn-V" nt 4'a inrl!ora at lisn -and
So'iritor in Chancerv: offre Rufnra's
block, Kock Islmd
MoENIRY ox McENIRY.
Attornejw at Us-Loan money on Rood
security, make collections. Rttenncc,
Mitchell & Lycde, tanki n. Office in Postofiicc
S. W. ODELL.
Attorney at Law Formerly of Port Byron,
and durine the past two years with the firm of
Browning A fiutriken at Voline. has now opened
an office In the Auditorial, baiidtrg. room 5, at
R, H. PEARCE,
ttoomia in Mitchell A Lyndc'snew block
DR. J, E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted wltiont pain by the uen
No 1716 second avenue, over Krell dt Math's.
3RS, BICKEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mitenel' & Lynde'a Bl.ck. Rooms 28-81
Edwakd l. Hamvatt. Clark H. Buford.
HAVMATT & BUFORD.
ARcniTEC TS, Rock Ili nd, 111 . Office-Room
41, .Mitchell & Lynde 1 uiiding.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR
Plats and superintendence for all class ol
Roomi 53 and 55. Mitchell -. Lynde t.uildine
TAK ILIV1T B
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to discuses of the Eye
and Ear. .
Office and residence :tl2 Twentieth a'rect.
Office hours: 10 to 2i a.m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
r. x. Telephone No. 1209.
DR. AS AY.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Thikd Ave.,
Telephone 1270. EfCK Island, III.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 2 m., 1 to 8 i. m and
at night. 1
J, R. Hollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BABTH & HO LLOWBUSH
DhTBIOIANS AND tiURGEONS,
Office 40923rd st. Telephone 11)65
Residence 731 21st st. 1188
Dr. Barth Dr. Hollowbush
to 10 a, m. io to is a. m.
1 to a and 7 toe p.m. I 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAR. M. EOEINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
OftVe McCuIlough Baildir g, 1S4 W. 3d Bt.
Hoars : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 on.
J. F. Mtibs, M. D. Geo. V. Whe.ii.eb, M. D.
DRS. LITTERS & T7HEELER,
rery and lineansi or Wtmro
Offlce over Krell tc Math's. Telephone 1148.
.TEB. I DR. WHXILER.
11 to 12 a.m. I 8 to 10 a.m.
2 to5 and 7 to 8 p.m. 1 1 to and 7 to p. m
Ilea, telephone 1200. I Kea. telephone, 1190.
DR. MITCHELL SAYS SUCH IS DIS
EASE OF THE NERVES.
Startling Increaae Darlni Forty Tear
Shown by the Table of Mortality Some
of the Cause. Climate an Important
Factor The Four Hundred All Right.
Dr. S. Weir Mitchell of Philadelphia, a
recognized authority on nervous diseases,
In a recent interview had some very inter
esting things to say with regard to what he
considers "the characteristic malady of the
American nation." Possibly as a specialist
be may be unconsciously disposed to over
state the case, but his observation and ex
perience are, heclaims, re-enforced by statis
tics that show that nervous disorders are
increasing in an alarming ratio every year.
The number of deaths from this cause is
already appalling and is steadily growing.
In some of the busy centers. Dr. Mitchell
is reported as saving, the "tables of mor
tality show that the proportion of nerve
death has multiplied more than 20 times in
the last 40 years and that now the nerve
deaths number more than one-fourth of all
the deaths recorded. What is most shock
ing in these returns is that this fearful loss
of life occurs mainly among young people
of both sexes. This mesns that the Amer
icans are fast becoming a short lived peo
ple, and if they were shut in on themselves
for only a few years and without any in
flux of vitality by immigration the publi
cation of the census would send a pang of
horror and al.irm throughout the land."
Dr. Mitchell is of the opinion that the
first and most potent cause of the preva
lence of nervous diccascs is to be found in
the climate, but why the climate tends to
produce them he does not undertake to ex
plain, unless it be the frequent and sudden
changes of temperature peculiar to some
of the more thickly settled sections. What
is certain, he says, is "that, people coming
largely from the phlegmatic races undergo
a change of temsperament here and Itecome
excitable, emotional and irritable in a de
gree that is unknown in any other part of
the world." Another effect of the Amer
ican climate, he thinks, is "that it makes
the strain of either mental or physical
labor much more severe than it is else
where," people beiniz able to work much
longer and harder with head and hands
without injurious consequences in England
and on the continent than in this country.
The climate in many sections of the
United States is unquest ionably very try
ing, and its eilect upon the general phys
ical constitution may Ve manifested very
frequently in impairment of the nervous
system. Hut it is extremely doubtful if it
can be regarded as "the most potent cause"
of the national malady. The other causes
to which Dr. Mitchell refers are probably
in the largest measure responsible for the
unfortunate conditions which lie notes
namely, the mad rush and perpetual strain
of our business life, which ruins the health
of our men, and the hothouse system of
education, which wrecks the constitutions
of our girls.
That it is unhealthy physical and mental
conditions rather than the climate which
produce these results is suggested by the
fact cited by Dr. Mitchell that the preva
lence of the more serious nervous diseases is
in almost exact proportion to the conges
tion of population. People who live calm,
quiet, wholesome lives in the country are
far less liable to them than the inhabitants
of cities, where the strain on mind and
body is greater and where the physical en
vironment offers little opportunity for
healing by natural means the evils of arti
ficial and unhealthy modes of existence.
Over the climate, whether it be good or
bad, we have, as he says, no control, but
for the "dollar devil" and the educational
devil we are responsible, and with regard
to them he utters some strong words of pro
fessional warning. - We pride ourselves on
the early age at which American men reach
positions of responsibility, but they do so
at the cost of t he delicate nervous machin
ery that is essential to happiness as well as
health. The male American, after being
tortured by the exactions of a despotic
school system, enters business "far too
young, and he straightway consumes his
vital energy till not hing is left but dust and
ashes." The end of it all is "a country of
young invalids, young wrecks, young drug
victims, young inebriates, young maniacs,
young suicides." The educational devil
docs its work quite as effectively in regard
to the girls.
"The flower of American womanhood,"
says Dr. Mitchell, "is wilted by overcul
ture before it comes fully into blooru."
The long hours, the multiplicity of studies,
the ambition of parents and teachers who
stimulate their pupils to exertions f;ir be
yond their strength and the attendant
evils of hurried meals, want of exercise,
broken sleep and excitement "condemn
tens of thousands of American women to
a life of misery nnd ustlessness before they
have cea.-M.l to be children." It would be
better, he maintains, that American girls
should not be educated at all until they
are 17, alter which they may study with
less risk, than that they should be over
wrought as they are at present.
The leisurely, pleasure necking classes,
he points out, are comparatively free from
nervous disease. "They toil not, neither
do they spin. They dress warm and com
fortably. They eat and drink plentifully
and of the best. They have constant vari
ety and relaxation, and they do not bother
themselves about anything in particular.
If the mass of American women led the
life of the Four Hundred, specialists in
nervous diseases would find their occupa
tion gone. For one woman who breaks
down through fashionable folly a score are
destroyed by overstrain in the serious af
fairs of life."
In short, the national malady is due to
the character of our national life. We are
in too much of a hurry about everything.
We run our brains and our nervous systems
on the plan of a lightning express and ex
pect them to work from morning till night
on the principle of rapid transit. In fact,
we are too rapid by half, and Dr. Mitchell
warns us that if we persist in this rapidity
we shall "transit" nationally as quickly as
we have developed. Baltimore Sun.
Looking For a Barber Shop.
Signor Leoncavallo, the composer of the
opera "Pagliacci," once visited England
when he was a struggling music master
eight or nine years ago and tells an amus
ing story of the results of his ignorance of
the English langunge. Being desirous of
getting shaved and failing to discover a
barber's shop he entered a house bearing
the legend "To Let," which he read as
"Toilet.' - -London Tit-BiU.
Itetter Late Than Never!
"Don't put off until tomorrow what
can and should be done today," is
wise. If you have never used Sozo
dont for your teeth, make a bee-line
for the druggist and get a bottle and
begin to use it at once. "Verb,
A Lull Girl's Ixosrience in a L e nth-use.
Mr. and Mrs.- Loren Treseott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach. Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "hand
ful o- bones.' Then she tried Dr.
King's Xew Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They say Dr.
King's Xew Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may try a
bottle free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's.
STRENGTH AXl HEALTH.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe' has left you weak and wearv,
use Electric Bitters. This remed"y
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Bitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 50c, at Hartz & Ullemeyer's.
BCCKLEN S ARXICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi .ively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemever
Investigating the Brain.
When I was a student of medicine, SO
years ago, the brain was regarded as a single)
organ, an i its various functions were not
thought to have especial localized centers of
action. When the brain acted it was thought
that the whole of it acted, just as the
liver or the stomach acts as a whole. Now
we know that instead of the brain being a
unit, it is really a very complex organ. Be
sides the portions concerned in sight, smell,
thought, etc.. we have four adjacent por
tions which are concerned in motion. One
produces motion of the face; another, mo
tion of the arm; a third, motion of the leg,
and the fourth, motion of the trunk.
How, it nn.y 1 asked, have these facts
been determined? Has it not been by ob
serving the effects of injuries and diseases
in man? To a small extent, yes. But very,
very rarely does disease or injury involve
only one of these very limited regions of
the brain, and the moment two or more of
them are involved our inferences become
confused and misleading. As a matter of
fact which cannot lie gainsaid, nine-tenths
of our knowh-dge has been derived from
exact experiment upon animals, and in this
way: A monkey is etherized, a certain area
of its brain is exposed, and an electrical
current is ar-plied. This stimulation of
most portion of the brain is followed by
no motion in any part of the body. These
parts of the brain, therefore, have nothing
to do with motion, but are the centers for
general sensation (touch), or for certain
special senses, as sight, herxing, etc., or for
mental processes. But in one definite re
gion of the brain called the "motor area''
the moment the brain is stimulated by the
electrical current motion is produced.
Here's to That Girl's Health.
A girl in a Maine village who made her
home with her aunt was often disturbed
by evidence of the old lady's indifference to
everything but the welfare of her own ma
terial possessions. One day in going down
cellar for some butter she tripped and fell
heavily quite a distance. The maiden aunt
rushed to the door, and peering down into
the darkness called out sharply:
"D'ye break the di!.h?"
"Xo:" thundered back the niece, for once
thoroughly aroused, "No! but I will:" and
she shivered it with hearty good will
against the cellar wall.
It is believed that the old lady was so
shocked by this dramatic exhibition of mal
ice that she took her bed and kept it for a
week. wist ou Journal.
Light More Lives to Live.
"Hapgood," remarked George W. Best
the other afternoon as he entered his office
after luncheon, "you know that song about
how the cat came back?"
The amateur photographer, somewhat
bewildered at the question, answered that
he thought he had heard it, and Mr. Best
continued, "Well. I just heard of a tabby
which discounts the cat of the song."
"Why, they tried to drown tabby in a big
tub of water last night. Tied a brick to
her neck, threw her in and this morning
well, they found tabby had swallowed all
the water and was sittina on the brick to
keep her feet dry." Xew York World.
Tbe How crir.
Dow ioo h w rich, how abject, htw anirust,
how com, Urate 1 how wenderf ul, i man. aud it
ml(.lit be added, how ' more so" is woman. With
her peculiarly delica e and intense ore anizalion
she ' the snperlathe decree of msn. Even in
disi a-es she excels hira. havin; many that be has
no. ?he lias, however, found out a grand reme
dial aatnt for the care of her diseases in Dr.
Pierce's Favarita Prescription a medicine
suited to her noture made for the express cure of
those diseases which affect her. It is egp:cially
tffectivein all weaknesses incidental 10 mother
hood, while tt is also a potent restorative tonic
for the feeble and debilitated generally.
When 3aby was Rick, we ga.iv iter (.astoria.
When he was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
(Vben she became Miss, she clung to Oaxtoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
ChiicTreri Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
Rick Headache and relieve all the troubles Incf
dent to a bilious state of the system, such a
Dizziness, Kanses, Drowsiness, Distress after
eating. Pain in the Side, fco. While their meal
reiuaxkaWe aucceea has bean shown in curing
Heaaaehe. yet Carter's little, Ursa? MI IN
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
venting this annoying complaint, while they also)
correct all dirdero?thestomchUmulatths
liver and regulate the bowels. Even if ther only
i Aeb tney weald be almost priceless to those wtrt
offer from this distressing complaint; but (ortn
Battly their goodness does notend h. -remand thoas
whoonos try them will find these little pills valu
able In so njany ways that they will not be wil
JiBg todowiUionxthem. But after ailalck hsac
fli the bane of so many lives that here fawners
lire make our great boast. Our pills cure it walls
'Others do not. .
Carter's Little Liver POls are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills make s dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do no grips or
purge, but by their gentls action please all who
use them. Inrialsat 25centa ; nvsf-rtL Sold
t7 druggists eTrv hare, or sect by itail.
CARTER MCLIOINE CO.. N -w York.
aiALlPlil.Uim OOSF. AIL PRICE
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other tlmc-trlel and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Poyal Insurance Company, of Eneland.
Vesoheter Fire Ins. Company, of N Y.
Buffalo German Its'. Ccmpany. Bnffalo. "V. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., nochester, N. Y.
Citizens Irs. Co., of Pittsburg Pa.
Mm Fire Oirice, bondon.
Vnion Ins. Co., of California.
ecurity Ins. Co.. fcew Haven. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee.
Oerman Fire Ins. Co.. of Peoria, 111.
Otlice Cor. isth St. and 2d Ave.
Kock Island, III.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
3ej;resenticg over 40 Million Dolltrs
of Cash assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21. Mitchell a Lynde's block
ti-H-b Isl&nu, His.
"tSr"8ecure our rates; ihey will interest you.
J M BUFORD.
General . . .
The old Fire and Time tried Companies
Losses Prcmptlv Paid.
Kates as low as any reliable company can aSorc
Your Pitrouacc i solicited.
Corner Cottage Grove avenue aud Sixty-fouith
street. Only 5 minutes from world's fair.
Superior dining room; elevated railroad.
Now open. Rates moderate. European.
Wm. N. Pklodse, 8upt.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York City
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on tbe European plan.
Room rates SI a day and npward.
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
Street cars from all R. R. stations tnd steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
BILDRETn & ALLEN, P-ep's.
World's Fair, Chicaco.
alam Calumet Avenue and 29th Street.
IIIITrl m Fireproof; 244 rooms; near Fair
H Urounds; baths on every Boor.
k j. n A Amencao and European plana.
RlnRRliFT1 tottaday. First-clas family
DAIlWItUr I hotel. Write for circular.
WORLD'SfH e PU LLM A N HOTEL
Z" SSth Sm. and Washington Ave.
FI I K Three blocks from main entrance.
a Bill Best of R.K. and street car service,
f nir.Iflfi First-class cafe. Rate,$l to$i5Uper
VUlUaUV uerson. Writr. for circular.
T (ESTOPPED FREE
ak Inane Persons Retors."
fpj Dr.EXINE 8 GREAT
raBaaiM&NsRvs Diskasss. t.iw
eure fc AfT Afferent, i-'its. hKi'PTV. ru.
Ins alliblb if taken as direct -J. A'e Aii fttp
rfrrt i.ty't m.'t. Treatise an-J Fa trial bottle free t
T it Mi.teut&.thev raying express chrcoahoK whea
- :. stii na-rs. r. v. ana exitte-t iimmt of
Kl INt.mtA-hSt .Philad-lprtia.Pa.
a JF O- IMITATING FRA'JDi
STATE SAVINGS BAHg,
Office Corner Klfteesth street and Tiurti ive
Succeeds the Moline Sa vines naLi. Orsranitedivisj
5 Per CENT LYTEEEST .AID OS DEPOSITS.
- Organised under State Law;.
Open from 9 a. m. to S o m., and Wedne- ij
' Saturday nights from7 to pm
B. A. AmswoBTH,
I. F. Eai'vit,
Porter Skinner. W. W. Well.,
C. A. Rose, H. A. Alnswora
Q.H. Edwards, W. H. Adams, "
Andrew Fribers;, C. F. HemeLwir
Hvrar Darling. ''
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties In .the eardac
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OKCUARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart. President.
J. f . Dart Cashier.
Mitchell & Lynde, Bankers.
J.F.Robinson, Cashier Rock I.-iand Naio-t
f. C.Carter, M. D
Henry Dan's Sens. Wholesale urocr-.
Washes everything from a tine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent: Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER.
Tleiihon- No. 1214
Lumbago, Sciatica? .
Lama Back. &c.
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n im tiecrro-Sriagnetlo SUSPENSORY
' Latest Pateata 1 Uest Isroveeata I
vlu raT without medicine ail Weakaeai resuiune frota
overtaxation of brain nerrs forces; eieessesor inju
SfSJ." ,"JT.ous debility. fleepWnesa, ianiraor,
rhrJ"'Mri. kidney, liver and bladder compiinta,
'umh8. sctitit-a. n female eomp.mti;
fWMral ill health, etc. This electric Belt Contains
tlVUZSr, , fet over all other. CnrTeut 13
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l?nHi?w!i?Ltho stave-diseases or r!oW. Thou
Srt.ntwn "red. bv this marre-ouT invention
f f H1 oth''' re"nde fuled. and we (rive, bulkiiwia
.iroo.iiA!a in this and everv other state!
iIhMjfT,2n.r 0ff'r'1 w,-mk men. FRm llhall
u"ur bend forliluts'd Pamphlet, majleO.BealuI.tlva
w 1-AANDeN ELECTRIC CoT
So. St) toutte Street, lUlLAWf, ILLS.!
T H. THOMAS
3 TO 6 DAY8.X
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fAM ABSOLUTE CORE FOR ,
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t-JKICTURE. ASK FOR
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AT ... oftvoceTa.
Central Chemlrai o
.iucaa-o ana a'eona.
T H. THOMAS Sol Aeent
. Rock Island.
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Is CLEAN. Dora do BTAIM. PUTIItT8 TalOTUI
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