Newspaper Page Text
THE AHeiJS. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1901.
It nourishes and
convalescence. Always helps never
hindersputs the whole system right.
Sold by all druggists. It is one of the
perfected products of the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, U. S. A. '
Brewers of the famous, Budweiser, Michelob, Black & Tan, Pale-Laeer.
raust, Anbeuser-Standard, Export P ale and Exquisite.
Orders promptly filled by
A. D. HTJESING, WHOLESALE DEALER,' BOCK ISLAND.
Tb. sale of three million bottle of this elegant
Britain in I8?s proves mat it nas surpassing
ha been a Messing to tbotuamls
who have become ray or bald.
May's Hair-Health i a health
ful hair looU, retorin yoiitlilul
roior an-1 beauty 10 gray and laded
riair. Kcmnvci and prevents
d-ndrutf anj Atop, tailing and
hre-iitine of the hair. It la not
dye, and positively wilt not di-c-:rr
the Kalp, hands or clothing,
std its me rannot be detected by
your best friend.
Prevents hair falling after sea
taih.u or much perspiration.
One Botila Does It.
Cut out and sHrn this Cotipfn in five ct-ivs and
1 .r 1
tj -. -
nil cive you a large tome of Hay's Hair-Health and a 25c. cake of Harfina Medicated 5o.p. Hie
best soap vou can use for Hair. Scalp, Completion, Utih anci Tuiict. both for Fifty cents; recular retail
tree. 75 cenrs. This offer is good once oniv to same I vily.'redeemed by leading drbggists every
where at their shops only, or by the LONDON SUPPLY CO.. &3S Broadway. New York, either
with or wi'tioiU cp, by express, prepaid, in plain sealed native cn receipt oi toe. and this coupon.
fill R fj " JTEC Any person purchasing Hay's Hair
UUMllMll I Cm IK.thh anywhere in the United States.
rt.V... ,. ...................,. -.ho lias not been LKrnetiud. m-y have Jus money Kick by ad
dressing Ml.NlM.iM hUPl'I.V CO .85- hroadway. New Yoric
. - - .Kcmemrtr the tiatncs, "ay's H air.H aith " and ".'farimG
.L'DKtaj, .......... ..................$." X(fute tuAtituifi. IksuI m kavixg if. if. fi.
Following dmRlsts supply Hay's Hair-Health a Harfina 5op in their sboo. only 1
For Sale by T. II. Thomas. 1630 Second Avenue. A. J. Rless,
Fourth avenue and Twenty-third street, Marshall, 1828
Second avenue, 1 lei ni beck, 924 Third avenue.
' OP IMtTATlOSiS
Tats igaature Is oa every bottle
U V J
JOHV PPSTATSSONI, Agents. N. Y.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LIMITED
Leave Rock Island
Denver.. ..4:45 p.m.
FOR RATES. RESERVATIONS AND COLORADO LITERATURE. CALL ON OR
ADCRESS. TICKET AGENT. ROCK ISLAND, OR
S. F. BOYD, Central agcnt Passen. department. Davenport, Ia.
27te Malt Tonic
Aids the doctor
to cure you.
bslr dressing la the United States and Oreat
merit and docs all that is claimed for it.
to restore par, whit or faded
hair to youthful color and lile.
It acts on the roots, giving them
the required nourishment and
positively p ro d u c e luxuriant
thick hair on bald heads.
"Mo at Cray Ha Ir Left,"
the testimony oi hundreds using it.
Hay's Hair-Health is a dainty
dressing and a necessary adjunct
to every toilet, and unlike orh-r
preparation, has heaithlul action
on the roots of the hair, causing
the hair to regain its original color.
newer oiais. Drown or gulden.
bottles L Leading Druggists.
Good for 25c. cmkm
take it to anv of the followirr dnmitts. and thev
The entry info womanhood is a critical tim
for a girl. With her whole being undergoing a
change, the seeds of female troubles aro sown.
Little n-.t nutrual disorders, if neglected at the
time, will follow the woman ail her life and
prow into fatal foraplirationn. That female
troubles are robbing homes and filling grave
yards, proves this. Yet, irregular and painful
menstruation are often permitted to go on, sap
ping the life and enerrr. wbilaWineof Cirdnl.
the positive relief for thexe ilia, is on the shelf
of every drugstore. Wine of t'ardui helna the
sustain the shock of puberty by indue-
painiess ana natural menstrual flow,
once this important function ia atmrKui
right, a healthy life will usually follow. Wine
of Cardui is an emmenagogue of great power,
and works wonders in strengthening the deli
cate and sensitive female organs. Many young
women owe their lives to Wine of Cardui. No
woman should give up hope until she ban given
Wine of Cardui a trial. If thousands have
secured relief through it, why not you?
Tully. Kas.. Feb. 24, 1899.
I nave suffered! untold pain at menstrual
periods for a long time; was nervous, had no
appetite, and lost interest In everything: in
fact was miserable. I have taken four bottles
of Wine of Cardui with Black-Draught when
needed and to-day I am entirely cured. I can
not express the thanks I feel for what you
Lavs done for me.
alias DELLA M. STBATEB.
In ease, requiring soeetat directions,
a4drea. giving symptoms, -The Ladles'
.Advisory Iiepanment.'' Tn. Chatta
nooga Medicine Company, Chatta
as the bet and most
Sauce In I
the World for Meats, Game,
The Daily Short Story
A Japanese Love Story.
Yoshluia NIcadotf. desiring a wife,
employed a uabrodo, or matrimonial
agent, who Introduced him to two
young ladies O Kilku San, the lion.
Miss Chrysanthemum, and O Gin San,
the Hon. Miss Silver. The former was
loor, hut beautiful; the latter very rich.
Between these two Yoshlma could not
"The Hon. Miss Silver comes from a
very fine family." urged the discreet
"The eyes of the Hon. Miss Chrysan
themum are like half opened lotus
buds." replied Yoshlma significantly
for the twentieth time. "My good na
brodo, it seems to me that I shall never
be able to couie to a decision."
Au uneasy look settled uon the faco
of the nabrodo, for he began to fear
that In desperation Yoshima might en
gage another agent, of whom thero
were many in Kokoro.
"As you find the qualifications of
rath lady so evenly balanced." said he.
why not allow a test of their disposi
tions to determine your final choice?
Suppose you disguise yourself as a ped
dler of fish and at the house of each en
deavor to dispose of your commodity.
At the one where you arc most kindly
treated you would be sure to obtain the
"Surely I will adopt that plan," ac
quiesced Yoshima. appearing well
pleased with the suggestion. "Tomor
row I will disguise myself as a fish
peddler and try if by that means I can
arrive at a decision."
A merry twinkle gathered at the cor
ners or tlio naorotios eyes as. tan in
hand, bo then hurried to tho house of
Miss Silver's parents.
I "I thiuk everything can bo arranged
i-.ntlsfactorlly now," said he. "Tomor
row Yoshlma conies in the disguise of
a fish peddler. Receive him with great
kindness, because upon your behavior
depends his decision In this delicate
At the house f Miss Chrysanthe
mum, however, the wily nabrodo made
a very different suggestion.
I "There Is a fish peddler." said he
gravely, "visiting this neighborhood
jwho Is a great thief. I should not be
surprised if he called at jour houso
j tomorrow morning. I advise you to
I have no dealings with him. but to send
him quickly from the door. I camo
thither on purpose to place you upon
I When, however. Yoshima came to
think the uabrodo's project over, while
In the inaiu satisfactory, yet the idea
of peddling fish did not coincide with
his artistic temperament. He reflected
that It would le far more In keeping
with his object if he should adopt the
disguise of a vender of flowers.
So, without saying anything to the
nabrodo of his change In this respect,
i Yoshima next morning disguised hint
. self as a Mower seller and arrived at
the house of Miss Silver's parents, as
(lt happened. Just nt the moment when
a real nsii peuuier appeared ou tne
Then what was Yoshima' s surprise
when his presence was completely
Ignored and the common fish peddler
accorded a remarkably cordial wel.
come. AVhile he was turned away
from the door with tho curt Informa
tion that thero were already plenty .
more flowers In the garden. Miss Sil-
. i.i ... int P
til 3 j'tii triiia iiun t?iuyt.it.'ii nit; iitu
eddler's basket and begged him on
no account ever to pass by their dwell
ing. ..."I do not think,", reflected Yoshlma
WOMEN MUST SLEEP.
Arold Nervous Prostration.
you are dangerously sick what is
the first duty of your physician ? lie
. , ', ,
nio piu, u jwu iKPti.
Friends as, what is tne cause 7
and the answer comes ia pitying
tones, nervous prostration. It came
upon you so quietly in the beginninif.
that you were not alarmed, and when
sleep deserted you night after night
until your eyes fairly burned In the.
darkness, then yon tossed ia nervou
gony praying for sleep.
Mas. . ILiKTucr.
Yon ought to have known thai
when you ceased to be regular in your
courses, and you grew irritable with
out cause, that there was serious
You ought to know that indicrestion.
exhaustion, womb displacements.
fainting, dizziness, headache, and
backache send the nerves wild with
affright, aud you cannot sleep.
Mrs. Hartley, of 221 W. fJongress St.,
Chicago. 11L, whose portrait we pub
lish, suffered all these agonies, and
was entirely cured by Lydia E. Pink
Lam's Vegetable Compound; her case
should be a warning to others, and
ber cure carry conviction to the minds
of every suffering woman of the un
failing efficiency of Lydia E. Pink am'S
as. in company; vltn trie Jubilant fish
peddler, he passel on to the liouse of
lm "I do not think
inrry Into a family
nuch greater atten.
ler than to a seller
I should care to
wno accorueu so
tlon to a fish pet!
of cowers. I am
cry glad the worthy
a plan by which I
could gain so deal
an Insight Into the
disposition of tla fiuiily.'
Upon entering tie garden surround
Ing Miss Chrysanthemum's house It
was the turn of tl ? fish peddler to ex
perience astonisbu out. From the first
he could not fail
to notice that his
every action was rjgarded with intense
suspicion until utoa endeavoring to
dispose of the ren
Under of the fish In
his basket he wad
charged with being
requested to leave
a thief and politel
Yoshlma then s
:epped forward and.
addressing Miss Chrysanthemum, said,
"Will the young! lady purchase this
honorable cherry blossom that she will
find most appropriate for the beautiful
shlrado vase standing in the niche of
her principal room?"
Miss Chrysanthemum gladly acceded
to tho request, remarking upon tho
beauty of that flower In particular and
of her love for all Uowers. with which,
she further said, she could conceive no
greater happiness than to be sur
rounded. "But how do y ju know that we pos
sess a fine shiradi vase In our principal
room?" 6he aske.l. "Was it that thief
of a fish peddler who told you?"
Yoshlma, puzzlnl for the moment to
find an answer w lich would still screen
his Identity, hesitated to reply, when a
little pet dog tf Miss Chrysanthe
mum's, not to be so easily deceived as
bis mistress, rai forward and com
menced to jura up and fondle his
bands. Theu a ripple of laughter vi
brated through the tiny house as the
truth dawned uion Miss Chrysanthe
"If the Cower seller will come back
In a little time." she said, "he will see
that the branch jf cherry blossom oc-
Icunics the place tf greatest honor."
And In a short time Yoshima return
ed arrayed in his best silk kimono to
Intimate that no one In Kokoro would
suit him as well for a wife as the lion,
j Miss Chrysanthemum. renny rictorl-
There will be services as follows to
morrow in the ock Island churches.
First Baptist, comer of Third avenue and
Flfteentb street, Kev. Cieorce li. Simons, pas
tor. Services at I0:4r a. m. and :Ht) D. rr.
' Morning subject, f lutv and Privilege" la
the evening lust ia ktics of Sunday niKlitser-
uiom on -Flies In ;be Ointment.'' Subject.
"Divorce." Sundav school at 8:S0 a. m., S J.
1 Woodin. supenntcolent. B. Y. P. U. at 6:M
p. m. Junior uciot 2:30 p. m.
, Free Swedlsn nrauon, corner of Eleventh
street and Fifth avsaue. Sunday school at 2
p. m. Prayer rrjcet.ns WednesJiy at 8 p. m.
I Kmanuel Kapttiit Mission. 447 Fortv-founh
street. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.. Miss Nel
lie Wilson, superintendent.
Second Baptist, Tenta street and Sixth avo-
nue. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Swedish Baptist, conerof T enty-drst street
' and Fifth avroue. iTeuchinif at 10:45 a. tn.
' and 7:30 p. m. by Kev. K. Uosmartc
I First Methodist, corner of Fifth avenue and
Nineteenth street. Rev. C. O. McCulIooh,
i pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:3.) p. tn.
i MorLlE? subject. ' An. erica, the Trustee of
I tne Nations of the Earth:" evening. "Christ
I Ueailotf with the -inner Sunday school at
f:io a. m. Junior league at -:Ju p. m
' leairue at n:au n. m.
German Methodist, corner of Sixth avnue
and Fourteenth street. Kev. F. L. LJtzrodt.
pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7::0 p. to.
Sunday school at :I5 a. m.. J. J . Helg, super
intendent. Kp worth League at 7. Junior
LeaKue atS p. m.
Kdgcwosd Fark Methodist church. Rev. J. H.
Rutter, pastor. Temporary services corner
Fourth avenue aid Third street. Mol'ne.
Preacoin at 10:45 a. m and 7:30 p. tn. Sunday
tchocl at it 30.
African Methodist, Fourteenth street an
' 7:30 p. no. isundav school at 12:30 p. m.
1 Oerm'an Lutheran, corner of Twentieth
I street and Fifth avenue. Kev. C. A. Mennicke
paato-. Services at 10 a. m. and p. m.
Anniversary sermon in inorcinK. Iiev. Meo
' Dti-ne Having been pa-stor of the church 40
Grace English Lutheran, corner of Forty.
fourth street and Seventh avenue. Services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:3.1 p. m.
Swedlsn Lutneran. corner of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue, Kev. Carl K Slatt,
panor. Services at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
ZJon ijweaish Lutneran. a beventn ave
nue, Kev. J. (
J. G. Dali tLTg, pastor. Services at
and 7:30 p. tn. -tnday school at 0:30
10:45 a. m
German Evangelical. Ninth street between
Fifth and Sixth avemieN;. Rev. F. Trefaer. pas-
j tor. Services
al 1UJ0 a. m. Sunday school
I Central Presbyterian. Second avenue, b-
i iween Fourteenth and Fifteenth atreeta. Rev
William Torrance, pastor. Services at 10: tn
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning sermon by
Kev. D. L. McNary. Junior Christian avndeav
or at 3 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor
meeting at 0:30 p. m. Sunday school at 8:30
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of Twenty,
third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. S.
Maniuis, pastor. Serrioes at lu:46 and 7:30 p.
m. Morning subject. A Great Motto for a
Noble Life and Man s Happy Dcath:"-evening.
"Special Duties of l"resent Dav Patriotism"
Suaday school at '.' li a. ru. Young people's
meeting at ::) p. m.
United Presbyterian, Third avenue and Four
teenth street. Rev. D. L. McNary, pastor.
Services at 10:15 a. m. and 7 JO p. m. Morning
sermon by Rev. Ur William Torrance: even
ing subject. "The Ideal Life." Sunday school
at P:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. at 6:45 p. m.
Aiken Street union chapel, South
Rook Island. Sunday school at J p. m.
Christian Lndeavor meeting at p. m. ber-
V ces every Tueaday at 7:u p. m.
South Park Chapel. Preabyterian, Elm stre t
and Fifteenth avenue, Kev. W. S. Marquu,
pastor; Sunday school at 8:30 p. m.
salvation aiuiv Durrwjui i " ocuuau .tb-
enue, services as follows: Knee drill at 7 a.
m.. holiness meeting at iu:ju a. m., cnrtstians'
meeting at I p. m., salvation meeting at 7:30
First Church of Christ, Scientist. Twenty
third street between Seventh and Ninth ave
nues. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Subject for morning and evening, "Christian
Sclenoe." Sunday school follows thepnorning
service. Wednesday evening meeting at
7:30. Reading rooms epen every afternoon
except Sunday from z to .
Y. M. C. A. buUdlng, corner oi rrura avenue
and Nineteenth street. Services at 3:30 p. m.
Reorsanized Cburcn orjesus unristot flatter
Day Saints, E. A. Stedman, pastor. Services
at Odd Fellows' hall. KiKhteenth street and
Second avenue at 3 and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 2 p m
Trlnltv KDlscopai. corner or sixtn avenue
and Nineteenth street. Rev. R. F. Sweet. S. T.
L.. rector. Rev. George Kaltenbuoh, assii
ant. Services at :3J and 10:4.1 a. m.. at 13
noon and 7UM p. m. Sunday school at 0:15
Trinity Episcopal, corner or Fourth avenue
sad Seventh street. Kev. R. 9. Sweet. S. T. D.
vcu moan u ouuuay suuimj. a. -
M. J osepn s nomin vutiiuiiu, uurutr ut
Second avenue and Fourteenth street, Rer.
Thomas Maokln, dean and pastor. Mass at 8 a.
and 10:W a. m. v espers at p. m. bunaay
school at p. m.
Sacred Heart Koman catnouo. Twenty
eighth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. J. F. Look-
ney, pastor. Mass at o ana iu.w a- m. aunaay
school at 8 p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. m.
St. Mary s German ua.nouo, corner ot t ourtn
avenue ana Twcnty-seoona street, kcv. r . J.
Poet thin, pastor. Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m.
i PULPIT AND PEW. 3
vespers at i p. m. Sunday school at Z:30 n. m.
Memorial Christian, corner ot Third avenue
and tour leeutb street. Y. P. S. U. C at 6;30 I
A Question of Snlatatlons.
"What Is your favorite salutation'
she asked the dilatory youth.
"Eh! Why. I don't know. What-
The fair girl yawned wearily.
"It would have been good night," she
said. "Hut In about two minutes It will
be good morning."
"Goodby." said the dilatory youth.
Cleveland Tlaln Dealer.
Seven Tears in Bed.
"Will wonders ever cease?" inquire
the friends of Mrs. L-. Tease, ox Law
rence, Kas. They knew she had been
unable to leave her bed in seven jeara
on account or kidney and liver trou
ble, nervous prostration and general
debility; but "three bottles of Electric
Bitters enabled me to walk." Bhe
writes, "and in three months I felt
like a new person." Women suffering
from Headache, backache, nervous
ness, sleeplessness, melancholy, faint
ids and dizzy spells will hod it a I
priceless blessing Try it Satisfac
tion is guaranteed. Only 50 cents.
ilartz & LMemejer.
Chicago Grain and Prod are.
Chicago, Juno 28
Followinfr wrre the quotations on
Board of Trade today:
Vi 14. KO
S.00 7.97'i S00
8.00 8.00 8.02
13c per lb;
Butter Kstra creamery.
extra dairy. 14?7lic; pack-
ins stock. 12'4Q13c. Eggs Fresh stock.
lO'SHVic Fr doz. Live Poultry
Chickens, hers. S'.jc per ib; fprinprs. 15
tiucKK, ic; turkejg, 5l7,4c: geese.
JJ.00(&6.50 rr loz. Apples Fair to
choice. J.5.O0i5.CO per bbl. Potatoes
Karly Ohio. 70ff 75c pvr bu. Sweet Pota
toes Illinois. 5ofj75c.
Chicago Live Storlt.
Mors Estimated receipts for the day.
Ji.ooo: sales ronfrcd at -4.5O'?j'5.70 for
piK3. $5.S0'ij.121,i for li;ht. l5.S5fi5.90 for
rough packinn;. J5.85SI b.l ' for mixed,
and $5.a56.22Vs for heavy packing: trd
shipping lots, with the bulk of the sales
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day, 2.500; quotations landed at S6.10
16.55 choice o extra Fleers. ti.6ita 6.10
pood to choice do.. S5.o05 5.80 fair to
cooil do., $.75'a5.35 common to medium
I do.. S4.5ofi5.0O butchers' steers. to.Kltg!
6.15 fed western tttrs. $2.80ra4.eO strx-k-
if and feeders. I2.00i4.75 cow. J2.60(
5.15 heifers. S2.65W4.65 bulls and oxen.
3.75W5.0O etags, J4.4U(&5.35 Texas steers.
ar.d I4.50$fb'.5O veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day, R.CoO: quotations ranged at
J:i.5fl(?i4.0 westerns. $2.7i5'g4.30 natites.
J4. .MKrtS.r.O western lambs, and $4.25
5.50 native lambs.
ItutTalo Llvei Stock.
East Buffalo, X. Y.. Junp 28
Dunning & Stevens. Live Stock Coni-
miPilon Merchants, East Buffalo, X. Y.
quote as follows: Cattle Liefri suppiy;
market auiet and unchanged: veals.
' J5.O0W5.S5. Hogs Receipts. 30 cars;
market easier; mixed ar.a meamms,
$6.30fi'6.35; no heavy here; Yorkers,
J6.25(ri6.30: nics hieher: J6.306.35;
roughs. J5.50(ft'5.70. Sheep and Lambs-
Heceipts. 15 cars; market dull and low
er; spring b3mhB, J4. 00 5.75; yearlings,
J3.25rn5.00: t-hecp. mixed. Jf.003.10;
handy wethers'. $4.0064 25: heavy the
same: prime fat ewes, $3.50'3.70.
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis. Jun I?.
Wheat Lower: No. 2 red cah eleva-
tor, 6::tio for new: track. 64V4 nw, 66-3
! 6Sc old; July. 63c: September. 64Vfcc: De-
.-ember. 66-)tc; Xo. 2 hard. 666Vsc.
Corn lOWfr; No. 2 cash. 42',ie: track.
"ZfiUc: July. 4iac; September. 43;
i .ats Steady: No. 2 cash. Sflc: traci
I "0(f30ic: July. 27Vic: September, 26ic;
Xo. 2 white. 31tfrc. Hye Steady; 4oc
Miiwaukee, June 28.
Wheat Lower: No. 1 wort-hern. 6S1?
SSic; No. 2 northern, 66U7c; July.
Static: September. 6Hc Rye Steady;
No. 1. 48Vfc Ba.rley Quiet: No. 2, 54 V4
55c: eattiple. 2o3Hc Ots Quiet;
.Xo. 2 white, 2SQ29ic.
Corn 4 Sc.
Hay Timothy, II2CJ1I; prairie, 8C$11.
Coal 3 per ton.
New Dotatoes 75c.
Butter Choice to talr, 133; fresh croantery
Hens- 6'40 per pound.
Spring Cbiosens 3.00 per dozen.
CattleButchers pay for corn fed steers
4ttcvVttc: cows and heifers, lcQ4o; calves
Spring Lambs S3. 60OI4 a bead
Hogs la.60a5 7
MULL'S GRAPE TONIC
Made of (.rapes, Fruits and Health
FOR OVERWORK ED MEN.
FOR OVERWORKED WOMEN.
FOR WEAK AND SICKLY -CHILDREN.
It stimulates, strengthens and sustains tbe
system ana builds up the ncrre centers and
worn out tissues.
Stomach Troubles. Dyspepsia, and Sick
Headaches disappear with Its use. It over
comes lassitude and tho complaints peculiar to
this season oi tne year.
Acts as a mild laxative, thus cleansing the
system ana Keeping n in a neauny conouion.
I. huu nmv.n 1 lieniMll-ial that - f 1 ..sin.
trained to urge you to atiopt its use at once.
t 4iet a large botue lor no cents, tnovt as large
as you pav II for or otner Kinds, only remem
ber thU is a fruit remedy, the only t hing of the
kind known. It worth Is unequaled. Every
onus is wortn a aouar 10 your neai.n.
Mulls Lightning Pain Killer cures all
tbe aches and pains known to the body.
Rub It on or dtiuk it. i5 cents.
Keep health in the family by using
Not Controlled hy the
The coupons found in each
pound can are valuable.
Ask your dealer for the celebrated Calumet
puzzle free, or write direct te
CALUMET BAKING POWDER CO., Chicago.
CaJamet Baking Powder make pore food.
14 m '.iytmia'miw urn j . amniiM n in
V., ...... i - - f--.- ....--.rt m
Invest Your Savings
. 'r ?ovw 3jrr Ago U
ksiasi ia-' s- "- o ; I el-, . . .
p -j-a - j m
j J-oWy-c Jff raey- gsi Ml &rs fax- II j
liis.1 iBf r'3''
. ', t
..f i -.
Where opportunities for increase in value arc most favorable, and
where there can be no loss. Investors who desire to build cotlapcs,
cr workmen desiring to purchase homes at East Molinc can secure
interesting information by addressing us. Write us for price and
terms on business and residence lots in East Molinc.
EAST MOLINE COMPANY.
Over 7,200 Cures Made in the Trl-Cltics
During the Past Two Years by the
ieY Method of
The German-English Specialists
Offices Demokrat Bldg. 205 West Third St. Davenport, Iowa.
Practice Limited to tho Treatment of
Chronic Diseases and Surgery. Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
Diseases of tho STOMACH. LIVER. KIDNEYS and BLADDER.
CATARRH of NOSE. THROAT, STOMACH and MIDDLE EAR cured
by the BERLIN SYSTEM.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
DISEASES OF MEN Stricture. Gleet. Varicocele. Hydrocele, etc.
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. Their Electrical Appliances for treatment
of diseases of the NERVOUS SYSTEM.PARALY3IS.NKRVOUS PROSTRA
TION, WASTING OF MUSCLES, RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA. PEL
VIC INFLAMATIONS. PILES. ABSORBING aUMORS, and X-RAY
Work are the largest and most complete in the state. The latest scien
tific apparatus and methods for treating CONSUMPTION, Asthma, Bron
chitis snd all Catarrhal conditions.
Over 15 years experience in College and Hospital work. Consultation
Free and Confidential. Hours 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 aud 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
day 3 to 12 a. m. Telephone S213.
SPRING WALL PAPER:
We are now prepared to show our customers all the lat
est designs In Vall Paper, all New Stock. Give us a
PARIDON & SON. .
419 Seventeen!, street. Telephone 4753.
-V-' Tivj . sro - .awyiaCTrj.-J-'iiX
A a m i ari - n.at ; f 'i ri'ftf M j⁢ I
CI OH mJ-v
. r . a - '