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THE ARGUS. MONDAY. NOVEMBER -6, 1900.
"Whatever disturbs, -weakens or debilitates the nerve-centers
or lowers the vitality of the system may bring about this terrible
disease, which is purely a nervous disorder. But, though there may
be many causes, there can be but one cure, and that consists in
building up and strengthening the nerves. To do that success
fully use Dr. Miles Nervine. It is the best
"I had St. Vitus dance so bad that I could not speak
a word and had to be watched night and day to keep from
' I Jerking myself, out of bed. Every effort to find soma
- rrlief proved unavailing until they began giving me Ds
Miles' Nervine and that remedy cured me completely."
MiS3 Callie JIcFall, Chenoa, Ills.
Contains the essence of the elements and principles that feed,
nourish and reconstruct wasted and worn-out nerve
fibres and brain-cells. It restores health.
Sold by druggists on a guarantee Da. Miles' Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
rjHICAHO. ROCK ISLAND &
Pacific Railway Ticket
can be purchued or baggage
checked at K. I. 4 P. Twentieth
Btreet depot, or C, R. L & P.
deDot. corner Fifth avenue and
Thirty-first street. Flick U Plummer, Agent
J KtST. WEST
Denver Limited AOmaba... t 8:10 ami 3:00 an:
f 1 Wnrth Fli-nrci- W I " I &mUiri-U nir
Minneapolis t 5:M am 9:00 pm
Urn ah a ar.d Des Moines -iX arc trl 1:10 pne
lOmahaA Minneapolis MJ:05 am' 3:00 am
mn S Lincoln Kx 7:S5 am'll:10 pm
Ihtk Moines fnnaha 1I:.SS pm: V:10 am
Denver. Lincoln &. Omaha. , 3:05 am't 8:0S an?
Den Mnlr.M Kx press 'jlJ:IS mj 6:R2 am
Rock Island & liureau Ac. i 'V) pmi 8:30 pm
Bt. I'aui & Minneapolis 3:K am't 9:05 pm
Denver. Ft. Worth & K C. S:"0 arn!tl0:40 pm
gKansaaratv.St Joe &Invr ! 1:10 pm,i :Sn am
XKock 'aland & WahhiLi;ton 1I:.M) pm t 3 i." pm
C&lcago A les Moines... t 2:14 pm i 8:fio pm
Roc Island A Hrooklyn Ac S:3S pm' 7:40 am
tOrcaba&Rock Island.... .; 8:85 pml
tChloago A Davenport I I 7:00 prr
Arrival. tDeparture. lUally. except Sua
IDaUy exnept Saturday. All others dally. Tel
T?')CK ISLAND A PEORIA
Hallway Dt-pot First ave
nue a?;d Twent'eth street. M.
A. Patternon, I leneral Passen
ger Agent, l;Mfcnger trains
leave C R. I. & I. (Mo
llne avenue) depot five (5)
m'.r.utes earlier than time
given. E. L Goff, Agent.
I I.SAV. AKRIVS
Sprglle.d. Cincinnati, l"eo-j
Peoria. Springfield, St. LI
is. etc I a-on am
Peoria Kxjrcss 7:6 pm
Peoria, prlngllcld. Clccln-
natl i I 4S pre
Carle Accommodation 5:00 am
Cable A Siirrra. 1 Acoutc.
Carl i Sl.errnl Accnm.. H:40 am
Ctijjej': Sl.iTr:-d Airn-n. 3:."VJ p-c
2 X) pm
7 Sr am
Traln:i marked dally; au oii-er trains ualiy
txeept S md..y.
HICA-.. MILW A L'KKK.iS
-ST. HAUL railway Ra
cine & South wes-.ern Division
Dpot Twentlerh street,
between First and Second
n enucs. w. W. IireckJn
1 it A I US.
1 LEAVE. I AltlWVS.
Mall and Kx press
f-'t Vaul Rxprrai.
FreiKht ind acnom
7 arr.i 11:30 am
4 ( pmj r SS pm
pmi 10:30 am
All tralnit dally except Sunday
J) A VKNIDRT. ROCK ISLr
and A Northwestern rail
way rTl.e Tri City Route.')
Passenger station at Rock
Island & I'coria depot foot of
Twentieth street. I F. Her
ry. ti. P. A , Davenport.
Iowa. City ticket office, 1"4
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton. Chicago, Omaha.
Denver. Rock ford. Janes
vUle. Madison (leave Dav
enport Cl'Dum, Chicago. Dixon.
Sterling (ar. Davenport).
Clinton. I maha. Sioux City.
utan ana racinc Lnast.
Clinton. Sterling, Dixon,
Clinton. Chloatro. Janes-
vllle, Madison. Rockford.
Clinton. Denver, Omaha,
6 T0 pm
i is r&
Trains marked dally. All others dally ex
T?TTRTJNOTON ROHTK C,
-H. & Q RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. VOUNQ.
THAla-S. MAf 1. lABKlTS
St. L. Sprin4eld. i'oorl .
Hit Vuln via Monmouth 8:66 am 7:15 pm
Ch'.natrn. &ierLln. Clinton &
Duruju t 7:45 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria, Heardstown, Bur i
llngton, Denver and west 2:tf pm!tll:r8 am
Bt fa-ii & Minneapolis 7:V pnij 8:15 am
Sterile. Clinton A lKihuqur1 7:b0 pm t 8:40 am
B I... Kans C. Denver A1 I
Pao. coast via Oalcsburg. 7:15 pm am
Dally. tDaUy except Sunday.
A 1 mlolvtrmtor's Notice.
Tfktate of l.iiima Silvis. decrasi-d.
Tuc undersigned hav.ng tien appointed ad-n-.;niiraiorof
the estate of llnima silvn. late
of tee county of Kock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he will ap
pear before the county court of Rock
lsiaud county, at the county court room, la the
city of Rock Island, at the January term on
ttie first Monday In -lanuarv next, at which
tl.Tic -i.l persons having claims aira'nst said
esta-.e are notiried and reueted to attend, for
the purpose of Ir.avint; the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this rth day of November, A. D. 100.
liWHi.rF. K 'lK Administrator.
Ja;k.son A Uubsi, Attorneys.
Best Dining Car Service.
i MB '
Uaoca The Oihecticm Or OtAMauuNjOMoritCA
Thursday, Nov. 29.
ThankfgivinK Matinee and Night.
The Quaint Rural Comedy Drama,
THE DAIRY FARM,
With all its beautiful scenery acd
original cast. Presented the
same as it was for
109 Nights in New York.
133 Times in Chicago.
Prices -5c. 5"ic. TSc. II. Thanksgiving night,
and matinee at 3 p. m. Scats at Fluke's.
' Charles nieuer. Sole Lessee and Mgr
Afternoon and Evening, Dec. 5.
Official Concert Tour.
WTU. HIGHLANDERS, TORONTO.
Under the leader
ship of John
In full kilted regi
men' ais. Hy au
thority of the Do
ment and by kl'd
of I 'ol Macdonald
and oineers com
manding the 4th
iuirnt. The ftill
bard of the reiri
ment also Ha
pipe .Major Hen
ton and Plpe
champion piper and dancer of the conti
nent. Prices, afternoon. 2oc and ilc. Evening
-J5c. .Vic. Sc ami 1 00 1'lat open at
Hlcuer s jewelr y store on Mortlav, Dec 3.
at '.' a. m. Seats can be reserved for the
Are You Going
Or any point in the
If so, bear in mind the
Big Four Route
Is the quickest and best line from
f.lk;ast sekvk e all the way.
For tourist's books, maps, rates,
tickets, etc., call at local offices or
Chaklks S. La Follette,
T. 1". A.. Peoria, 111.
Nothing Will Knock
Oat Jack Frost
So quickly and effectually as In
diana Block and Pocohontas.
Tboy ignite quickly, do not
clinker, :ive penetrating heat
and are economical.
E. B. HcKOWN.
Phono Fifteenth street and
First Avenue. .
IRRIGATION MEN ADJOURN.
Will Meet Twice Nest Tear jobstaaee or
Chicago. Nov-20. The ninth an
nual meeting of the National Irriga
tion CoD-rre.s came to a close Satur
day night, only a small number of
delogati'S being present. The con
gress decided to bold two congress
next year, the Iht at Colorado
Springs, either juft before or just aft
er the Trans-Mississippi congress, and
the -second at Buffalo In October, dur
ing the I'an-American exposition in
The re-solution adopted bails with
satisfaction the fact that both great
political parties are committed to ir
rigation of arid lands: urges an ade
quate money grant by congress for tlie
preservation of the forest, end for
reforestation where needed, together
with the construction of .storage reser
voirs to prevent floods and aid river
navigation. The work of congress
far is commeuded. and that Iwdy is
urged to continue the good work.
Tlie Iiit day. as was the case with
every day of the meeting, was largely
devoted to addresses and papers on
siibjfcts pertinent to the purposes of
AVALAHCHE PB0VE3 RUINOUS
Five Coal Mines Are Completalr Destroyed
by a Landslide.
Parkersburg, YV. Va., Nov. 2C Ter
rific rumblings and reports startled the
citizens of Itingamon creek, some dis
tance from Chinnston. at o p. m. Fri
day. They rushed from their homes
and beheld with amazement the hill
side caving in and great avalanches of
earth, stone and coal rolling toward
the creek. It seemed that the crust
f the whole earth was leing broken
toy somesuhterrauenn force. Next morn
ing it was seen that five coal mines
in that vicinity had Nen utterly de
stroyed. The strata of limestone above
the coal had been rent, and the bluff
or hillside, a half mile long and twen
ty frtt deep, was precipitated to Binga
mon Creek below, a distance of HK)
feet, forcing the stream out of its
natural course some distance.
Quite a number of miners employed
In the mines that were destroyed were
on their way to the mines when the
awful disturbance occurred, and were
fortunate in such n narrow escape, from
death. It i Impossible to estimate the
loss, but it 1 said it will reach about
3oo.H)0, besides throwing many men
out of employment indefinitely.
INDIANA MAN IN TROUBLE.
Charged wltli Attempting to Obtain Con
tract by lirlbingr a Governor.
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 26. A man
claiming to be J. E. Gibson, a building
contractor from Logansport, Ind., has
been taken Into custody here on an
affidavit sworn out by Governor Long
ino to the effect that Gibson had at
tempted by bribery to receive bis in
fluence to get the contract for tlie new
million dollar state house, which will
be let Pec. 10.
According to the governor's story
related at the preliminary hearing be
fore Judge Fitzgerald, Gibson tried to
induce him to open the state house bids
on the day preceding the letting of tlie
contract, and furnish his firm with the
figures so that they could prepare to
bill lower than the others. The gov
ernor testified that Gibson offered bim
any sum he would ask to do this.
Envoys at Pekln Agreed.
Peking. Nov. 2t'. The diplomatic
body held a final meeting Saturday
morning and Agreed tpon the- terms of
the prelimiinary treaty. Nothing now
renin ins except to secure the approval
of the respective governments before
the definite negotiations with the
Chinese peace eommissioners nre be
gun. The precise terms of the settle
ment 'have not yet. been made public
here, hut it is believed outside of the
diplomatic corps that the main point
ar in substantial agreement witb
fhose contained In the French note to
the powers. ,
Violated the Oleo Law.
Chicago. Nov. 2. One of the se
verest penaltis ever Imposed in a
cae of it kind was put upon John
U. Honey in the federal court here
Saturday by Judge Kohlsat. To
charges of selling oleomargarine as
pure butter, failing to pay the whole
sale tax. failing to mark his goods,
and otherwise scheming to deceive
the public and elude the law. the de
fendant pleaded guilty and was fined
?I.V and ordered to pay the; cost of
Bandita Bob a Miaaionary.
Lapeer. Mich.. Nov. 2t. Word has
lcen received here from Korea of an
attack by bandits upon Rev. H. II.
Sidobothani. Presbyterian missionary
DON'T GET THIN
Get fat; get nice and plump;
there is safety in plumpness.
Summer has tried your food
works; winter is coming to
try your breath-mill. Fall is
the time to brace yourself. '
But weather is tricky; look
out! Look out for colds espec
ially. Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil is the subtlest of helps. It
is food; it is one of the easiest
foods in the world; it is more
than food ; it helps you digest
your food, and get more nutri
ment from it.
Don't get thin, there is safety
in plumpness. Man woman
c'll tnii vot a Jtttle to try. if jto i-Tke.
f CUTT S. BOWSE, 409 PmiI ctreet, Kw York.
from th"s city, and Mrs. Pr. Johnson
and her child. Mrs. Johnson was se
verely maltreated, but her life wssr
t spared on account of her child. Side
bnth.'itn was stripped of everything ex
cept an old pair of trousers.
PRESIDENT IS A GUEST.
Continued From First Pace
by Pemocrati Chairman Kosing with
regard to the talked-of contest of the
recent gubernatorial election. Van
Sant says he will web-ome a recount
of tlie entire state, but will have noth
ing to do with the proposal to re-ount
the votes cast in eight counties four
to be selected by each side.
Hoke Smith. View of tbe Matter.
Atlanta. Ga., Nov. 2t. Hon. Hoke
Smith, secretary of the interior during
Cleveland's last term, said in refer
ence to Mr. Bryan's expressed inten
tion of adhering to the principle of
the Chicago platform: "I regret that
Colonel Bryan deems it proper to con
tinue at this time to 'defend the prin
ciples of the Chicago platform:'" lie
however does not approve of the move
ment for reorganization as It has so
Wisconsin's Official Vote.
Madison. Wis.. Nov. 20. The official
canvass of the vote of Wisconsin Nov.
shows it to be as follows: For presi
dent. Rryan. 150.291: Woollev. lU.OSO;
McKlnley, 2i"i,2!C; Debs. 7.S4: Ma
loney,53l showing McKinley's plurali
ty to 1h 10,.no2. For governor Bolim
rich (Pem.i. 1C.O.C.74: Smith (Pro.i. 9.
"12: La Follette (Uep.l. 2tS4.42l; Tuttle
(Soc. Hem.). 0.527: Wilke (Soc. L-ihor),
504. La Follette' s plurality. 103,746.
Received a Large Majority.
Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 20. Congress
man Vincent lioreing (Republican)
will go back to Washington with the
distinction of having received the larg
est majority ever given to a candidate
for congress in this state. His major
ity is IS, 12." over Smith. The Demo
cratic candidate, in the Eleventh, or
Florida's Offi lal Vote.
' Jacksonville, Fla.. Nov. 20. The
secretary of state announced the fol
lowing official vote in Florida: For
president Hryhn, 2S.007; McKlnley,
7.4!: Populist, -1.01M); Prohibitlou, 2,
239; Social ! e mot-rat. 0U3.
INVITED TO LEAVE CUBA.
Bishop Sbarretti Told That a Cuban Is
Desired in Ills Place.
Havana, Nov. 20. At a meeting
held in Havana yesterday by tlie op
ponents of Mousignor Sbarrvtti, bish
op of Havana, General Gomez present
ed a resolution fbat all the municipali
ties should send the bishop telegrams
informing him that he was not -wanted
V0R. DO!f ATTS PBARRKTTI.
Wy the Cubans, and asking him to re
tire in favor of a Cuban ecclesiastic.
All the speaker accused Mgr. Slwir
retti of being 4,too much of an Ameri
can" in his point of view, and of fa
voring annexation to the United
TWO BROTHERS POISONED.
'Two Droinios" Found Dead In Their
Home at Pero, Ind.
Peru, Ind., Nov. 20. The decom
posed bodies of Jerry and Patrick Hol
land, brothers aged 02 and 50 years
respctively, were found in their bouse
yesterday. No marks of violence were
evident, and as the men when last
seen, eight or ten days ago, were drink
ing, it is believed that they were
drugged, the poison taking effect soon
aftur they reached their home. The
brothers were noted for their affection
for each other.
Their appearance and actions were
so nearly exactly alike that they were
generally known as "the two Dromios."
They were light-hearted and cheerful
in disposition, ami the theory of suicide
is not entertained. Jerry possessed
considerable property, while Patrick
was comparatively poor. An investi
gation to be made by the coroner Is
expected to shed some light upon the
mystery. College Foot Hall Games.
Chicago , Nov. 20. College foot
ball games Saturday recorded tbe fol
lowing scores: At Ann Arbor Ohio
0. Michigan : at New Haven Har
vard 0. Yale 28; at Cleveland Oberlin
O. Western Ueserve 5: at Madison
Illinois 0, Wisconsin 27: at Bichmond
Depauw Farlham o
Suspected of Iteina Dynamiters.
Springfield, Ills.. Nov. 20. Two sus
pects are being shadowed as persons
who might have sent the dynamite
package to T. H. Cofer. the lawyer
and politician of Charleston. One of
the parties recently twore to take
Cofer's life after being beaten ir two
MrGorrrn to Mert Jordan.
Chicago. Nov. 20. Terry McGovern
has signed articles to meet Ben Jor
dan, of England, in a six-round con
test at Tattersall's some time in Jan
uary or February. The fislit is to le
for the International ieatherwei?ht
championship and a purse of 3.O0O.
Commissioner Wilson 111.
Washington. Nov. 20. "ommis-sion-er
Wilson, of the itemal revenue
bureau, is ill at his hotel in this city
with a complication of bronchial and
kidney troubles. Uia condition
vexy.bcxoua, . ..
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Chicago and return. Kov. 30 and
Dec. 1. the C. R. I. & P. railway
will sell round trip tickets to Chicago
at a rate of f 6 55, good for return up to
Round trip tickets via the C, R. I.
& P. railway to a number of points in
the west, southwest, north and north
west on sale Dec. 4 and 18 at a rate of
one fare plus $2. Good for return
within twenty-one days.
The D-, R. L & N. W. Ry. will sell
homeseekers' excursion tickets to
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado
Minnesota, the Dakotas, and other
points in northwest territory at fone
fare plus f 2. Tickets on sale the first
and third Tuesday in each month.
For particulars as to rates, time,
etc., inquire at city ticket office, 1803
Second avenue, or passenger station,
foot of Twentieth street.
Through, wide vestibule standard
coach between Rock Island and Chicago
via the D., R. I. & N. W. railroad and
the C. & N. W. railroad. The quickest
andbest-line. For particulars inquire at
city ticket office, 1803 Second avenne,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
Nov. 23 John J. Ingram to Bar
bara A. South, lot 3, block 7, Black
Hawk add.. Rock Island, f 600.
. John C. Blochlinger to Jacob Lef
stein, part lot Z, block 62, Chicago or
lower add., Rock Island, $1,000.
Thomas D. Strong to People's Light
company, lot 3, block 1, Spencer &
Case's add.. Rock Island, f 1.
Charles B. Waite to People's Light
company, wJ lot 4, block 1, Spencer
& Case's add.. Rock Island, $ 1.
People's Light company to Empire
Coal company, part lots 3 and 4, block
1. Spencer & Case's add., Rock Island,
Joseph Blochlinger by heirs to John
L. Blochlinger, part lot 5, block 62,
Chicago or lower add., Rock Island, $1.
Like Stanley and Livingstone, found
it harder to overcome malaria, fever
and ague, and typhoid disease germs
than savage cannibals; but thousands
have found that Electric Bitters is a
wonderful cure for all malarial dis
eases. ' If you have chills with fever,
aches in back of neck and head, and
tired, worn-out feeling, a trial will
convince you of their merit. W. A.
Null, of Webb., 111., writes: "My
children suffered for more than a year
with chills and fever; then two bot
tles of Electric Bitters cured them."
Only 50 cents. Try them. Guaran
teed. Sold by llartz & Ullcmcyer,
Imflammatory Rheumatism Cared In
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife had in'imniatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been in
bed for six weeks and had eight phy
sicians, but received no benetit until
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediate relief
and she was able to walk about in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
Scblegel & Son, 220 West Second
Recommends It to Trainmen.
G. II. Hausan, Lima, O., engineer
L. E. & W. R. R., writes: "1 have
been troubled a great deal with back
ache. I was induced to try Foley's
Kidney Cure, and one bottle entirely
relieved me. I gladly recommend it
to any ono, especially nay friends, the
trainmen, who arc usually afflicted."
For sale by all druggists.
Ludolph & Reynolds, Attorneys.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County, f 80
In tbe circuit court. In chancery. .Partition
General No. 403.
Andrew Wollenhaupt vs. George F. Wollen
haupt. Mary Wollenbsupt, Anna Wohlschle
pel. Catherine Kuhlman and William Kuno.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above en
titled cause, on the First day of Jfovcmber.
A. D. !. I shall, on Saturday, the First
day of December, A. D. 1900. at the hourof two
o'clock in tbe afternoon, at tbe Kast door of
the Court House, in the city of Rock Island, in
said county of itock Lslaud, as directed by said
decree, sell at public auction to the highest and
best bidder that certain parcel of land, situate
in the County of Kocft Inland and istate of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit:
The Ksst Thirty-eight () feet of Lot Four
C4 in Block Twenty I'JO) of tbe old Town of
Rock Island, in the City of Kock Island, Coun
ty of Kock Island and State of Illinois.
Terms of Sae: One third of tbe purchase
price of nald property soull be paid In casb.
one-third on or before nine months from tbe
date of sale and one-third on or before eight
een months from the date of sale, provided,
however, that tbe party rrurchaing at suon
sale may. If he so elect h, pay the entire amount
in cash, deferred payments, if any, to bear In
terest at the rate of bix (fi; per cent per an
num. Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Third day
of November, A. L. IbOO.
EXwiif E. PABMtMTIB,
Master In Chancery. Rock Inland County, III.
I.nxi.PH k. RlTNouje,
Corn New, astoc.
Hay Timothy, til; prairie, 18.
Straw li. MX
Coal - 3 (O per ton.
Butter Choice to fair, 20c; freah creamery,
Hens c per pound.
Spring chickens, 6;c per pound.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers,
4HcoUC; cows and heifer 3c4Jc; calves, 40
Hog 4.&C'3H .75.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
tta Kind Yea Hare Always Bccgbi
Ddrft Miss It
Our Annual Thanksgiving Sale of
CLOAKS AD MILLINERY.
To reduce the stock.
A saving of 15 to 33 per
The largest, leading and
Lowest priced, Cloak and
Millinery store in the
Tri-Cities, occupying 6,000
Square feet of
bee mm. HIVE
114-116 West Second Street,
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nerrou
and X-Ray work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Inaan.
lty. Weak Memory, Mental Delusion, or any other condition due to nerrou exhaustion
positively cured. . ...... . ...
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rhenmatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Livei
and Skin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of medl
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
month with other when we guarantee you a permanent oure In seven day by our palnle
method. Hydrocele cured In three days no pain. ... ,
WOMEN suffering from diseaaes peculiar to their sex should consult us. Wa
have cured many cases given up a hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Burfleal
operations performed at your home if desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your case In tbe hands of those who have bad little or do practical exper
ience In the treatment of chronic diseases. ... ,
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as surgeon-ln-
cblefofSt. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he baa eured hundred who
were pronounced Incurable by others during tne five years he baa been located In Daven
port, proves conclusively that he la the physician you should consult If you want to get
Best of reference and credential!
Only Curable Cases Taken. lfr'y""i:
Honrs, 0 to IS a. mi 1 to 8 and 7 to 8 p. no. Sanday 11:80 to HSO p. an.
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullongh Building, Davenport, la.
Our complete holiday line of new and artistic picture Frames
and mouldings are now all here. We can give your Christinas
orders much more careful attention now than in the rush of
tbe last two or three weeks before Christmas.
Our Latest Consignment
of High Class Pictures of real merit has never been equalled in
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
310-314 Twentieth btreet.
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in spring suiting will be
found now, on display at Gus Englin's. Spring suits
f 18, 20, $22 and $25 and upward. Call and examine
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Cblosfo,
8urgcon-ln-Chief of St.
GUS EN G LIN,
1S0S Saaoad Ave