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THE AltGTJS, JUONPAY, AUGUST 4, 1(102.
DR. J. ALVIN; MORNE ' WW; bi Has had many years of experience in curing1 chronic diseases of mankind. Owing to my line success, and desiring to increase my lield of usefulness, I want every one afflicted to investigate my system of treatment, and in vite in particular all who have treated elsewhere without success, and all those whose cases have been abandoned by family physicians and so-called experts. I Will Explain, to You Why Such treatment has not cured you, and will demonstrate to your entire satisfaction that I can enre you safely, provided your case is accepted for treatment, ; .:.' My Counsel Will Cost You Nothing- And my 'charges will not be more than you will be willing to pay for the benefit conferred. I will do by you as I would have you do by me if our cases were reversed. Certainty of Cure is What You Want I can cite you to many of the best citizens of this city and surround ing country whom I have cured and made happy. You Should Consult a Competent Physician One in whom you may confide, one who makes chronic and obstinate dis eases his study and practice, and who has the equipment q! appliances and experience to render you the best service that professional skill in this 20th century can furnish. j NERVOUS DISORDERS Conditions brought on through misfortune, ignorance or overwork are nothing to be ashamed of; the disgrace attaches in allowing one's self to longer remain in them. It is also well to remember that "An Evil Tree Cannot Bring Forth Good Fruit." So an evil life, vicious habits and hereditary diseases cast their shad ows before them, and now, as jn the days of David, Man's Success Depends Upon his Strength and Vitality Diseases of the stomach, liver, kidneys, heart, bowels and rheumatism receive my special consideration and are successfully treated. Tiles, fistula, ulcers and all diseases of the rectum permanently cur ed without the knife. . .' . - Diseases of Women Inflammation, ulcerative misplacements, falling of the womb and leu corrhoea cured without any disagreeable treatment or cutting. Blood Poison My special treatment goes to the very bottom of this disease and forces out all impurities. The blood, the tissues, the flesh, the bones and the whole system are cleansed, purified and restored to good condition. I Cure FLviptvire Withovit an Operation . No inconveniences or detention from business. M3- method, unlike oth ers, is safe,, certain and speedy. Age, sex or condition of case makes no difference in its results.- Many years of practical experience have enabled me to acquire so thorough a knowledge of this specialty that I am able in every case to make theffer of a guaranteed cure. One Week's Treatment Free " Dr. Home further agrees to give one week's treatment frcein order to convince anyone that he can do all he claims. Give him an opportunity to diagnose your case. Examination and advice, free. ' Call at his office and talk to him. It will cost nothing but your time, and he may be able . to cure you. He has cured hundreds of others. Why not you? He guar antees a cure in every case. Mitchell & Lynde building, Rock Island. Take elevator to fourth floor. Reception room, No. 51.' Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m. When Your Disease Lingers Consult Dr. Walsn tlie Celebrated Specialist in Chronic, Nervous and Private Diseases of botn Sexes. T ''''vjr. Consultation and XRay Examination Free by Our 24-Plat Static Machine, the Largest in the Country. Dr. WoJsh Cures When Of hers Fa.il DISEASES That have become chronic; that make Men weak, nervous and des pondent; that poison your blood and produce eruptions on your skin; that Bap and drain your vitality; that rob you of your ambition and will power, exhaustive drains, sleeplessness; nervous debility and lost manhood; that cause Women to suffer from neuralgia headache, indigestion, consti pation, and nervous exhaustion; that if neglected will permanently destroy yonr.health. VARICOCELE- Is a frequent cause of nervous debility, Why treat months with others when we can guarantee you, a perfect cure in from 1 to 3 treatments. Electricity scientfically applied in the treatment of catarrh, paralysis, piles, kidney, stomach and, liver diseases. . THE THOUSANDS . We have cured during our eight years in Davenport must prove to you that our cures are permanent. There are few doctors that have the ability. to cure chronic diseases. You must remember that over 60 self-called spe cialists have located during the past few years in the tri-cities and have made extravagant claims to cure chronic diseases, and they left behind them broken promises and failures. Therefore, if you want to insure yourself against loss of money and obtain health, consult Dr. Walsh, for he- bras been long tried and has proven a sncoess when others have failed. Remember it pays to consult the best first. ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.' If you cannot call, write. Hundreds curia by mat. Haura: . 8 to 12 a. m . 2 to S and J' to 8 p. m.: Sunday, 11:30 to 130 p. m. Office, McCuliough Building, 124- West Third Street, DAVENPORT, IOWA. jk4fr&t. DAVENPORT DOTS Sheriff C. W. Jaekson, of Sioux City, arrived in the city Saturday at noon and fully identified Storey, the fugi tive jail breaker and alleged horse thief who was captured here last Thursday, lie returned with Storey on the next train west. Sheriff Jack son says that the prisoners escaped through n space 6'3xl4 inches in width. . Storey said he had hard work squeezing through the aperture his breast having been black and blue for three weeks afterward. OO Company 15, of- the Iowa National Guard, 40 strong, will leave for Camp Xucey, near Oskaloosa, tomorrow morning at 7:0.5 o'cluck on train No. 15, and will be met by Company C at Muscatine, Company 1), of Washing ton, and M, of Fairfield, at Washing ton, formintr the 3rd battalion of the regiment, and exect to reach Oska loosa at 11:30 o'clock. The entire battalion will be under marching or ders and will leave Oav.enport. Musca tine and Washington, respectively, in khaki uniform, carrying knapsacks with blankets therein and overcoats outside, in trtie heavy marching re galia. This is the first time since 1S'.7 that such an order has, been is sued wherein knapsacks and over coats are called into requisition. According to reports the linemen's strike has been declared off. That no official notice had been issued was ev idenced by the fact that no one a- plied for work. Hut that events have been tending that way for several days has been evident, and no one would be surprised to hear of the of ficial announcement at any time. The fact that General Manager Smith used his automobile to take a trip to Iowa City Saturday showed that he is not worrying much about the strike. OO (ieorge W. Morris, a teamster for William Finefield, the well known sidewalk contractor, reports a case of drowning that occurred, in his opin ion, some time between 2 anil 4 p. m. Saturday. About 2 p. m. William Drocker, who made his home with Mr. Morris on what is known as Hall's island, borrowed a skiff to go fishing. About 4 p. m. the boat was discovered drifting near the Crescent bridge without an occupant, and Drocker's hat was found in the water of the slough. His fishing tackle was still in the boat. The supposition is that Mr. Drocker's hat fell overboard and that in reaching for it he lost his balance and fell into the river. Mr. It's Quality That Counts In Coal it's quality that makes heat, it's quality that retains it, it is quality that makes possible consumption of 00 per cent of the combustible part of it, leav ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it's quality that lessens your fuel bills you're not paying for dirt, refuse or unburnables. The coal we handle both bard and soft de serves all the good things we and our patrons say for it. A ton will talk as loudly as a carload.. E. G. FRAZER Telephone 1133. J5he AetneiL Life Is the Jargest company in the world writing Life, Accident end 9 ' 1 , ' .... HeaJth Insurance. The conltsat and bonds of the AETNA con tain all the aealrabie features or me, endow ment term, aociaent and health Insurance. The provisions and beaeQta are all deflniu ly stated In plain English In the eontraot. and he mutt Do hard to pieaao woo omaoi auapt an AETNA, contract to bis every requirement lathe line of life Insurance or investment or aa protection again loss of -lnoonte through accident or ill health. If you are Interested In secur'ng aa AETNA policy notily. - K. T. ANDERSON, , o Special Agent, il-tchell & Lynde Bldg. THITTASTE VERY MUCH LIKE IO yA Drocker was about 70 years of age and came here from eastern Vew York. ' .i The work done in IJavenport by C. S. Kalzmann, of Dubuque, deputy state organizer of the Catholic Order of Foresters, has borne fruit by the organization of the first lodge at Hibernian hall. The local divUion is called Pelamorguea court in honor of the pioneer priest of Davenport. The Order of Foresters is the largest Catholic insurance organization in the west now having 100,000 members OO After a visit of several months in this city with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 12. 1. lladdix ami aunt, Miss Florence lladdix, Florizel Renter, the boy violinist, will within a few days again take his departure and pursue his musical studies abroad. OO The place that Dr. Middleton held so long, until his incumbency was terminated by his untimely death, the chair of surgery and clinical surgery in the ' medical department of the Iowa State university has been filled again, and with another irood man He is Dr. William Jepson, of Sioux t-"'ty professor of surgery in the med ical college of thnt city, and a gradu ate of the medical department of the Iowa State university, class of 'SC. With the release of the Froeschl and Carstens families from qtiaran tine a year ago Friday the city was free from smallpox until Dec. 5 (four months), when the Miller family on West Fourth street imported a fresh crop direct from Des Moines. Since then it has been with us continually. and bids fair to remain unless an in crease in severity should bring out citizens gradually to the aid of the health board in trying to stamp it out. Taking the country over the death rate since Jan. 1 from smallpox has been about 3V per cent. The body of the late Julius Schlue ter, the unfortunate carpenter who was drowned a week ago last Sunday down near Sun Fish lake, has not yet been recovered, and no further hope exists that it will be recognizable when it is found because of the tem perature of the water. Koltzau & Meyers, the contractors for whom Mr. Schlueter worked for five years, have circulated a subscription on be half of the bereaved widow and or phaned children. The firm headed the list with $25, and Mr. Koltzau banked $150 for the family Saturday. The cause is a worthy one anil contributors-to the fund are many. OO Dishop Corgrove will go to Perry, Iowa, Aug. 10, where he will dedicate a new church recently erected by Kev. Father Cleary. Uev. Father Lau rent, S. J., missionary priest of the diocese, will deliver the dedication service. From there the bishop will go to Winterset, Iowa, where he will confirm a class prepared by Kev. D. J, Molyneaux, formerly a student of St. Ambrose c41ege. Thence he will go to Churchville. OO While William Dunker, driver for the D. II. Daker soda factory, was de livering some soda water at the Vogel establishment on East Front street Saturday afternoon he had the mis fortune to break through the side walk into an area beneath and sus tain injuries which necessitated his removal to his home at 1031 West Third street. He was unable to walk and the physician feared internal in juries. OO They have been having trouble with rural route Xo. 6. Joseph l'unt, who lives in Kockingham. was appointed to that office July lfi, but not desirous of accepting the munificent salary at tached he resigned. So his successor, Frank I.ehner, has been named. OO Sunday afternoon the almost life less body of Kmil C. llroekmann,' a clgarnmker and musician, was found hanging in the attic of his living apartments over the llroekmann cigar factory at 432 llrady street. A cigarmaker working in the establish ment lifted up the body and cut it down just in the nick of time. The man's name is Hen Fullendorf. Dr. Hender was called, as also Drs. Kulp and llracelin, and, together the three physicians worked over the would-be suicide until' he re gained consciousness. Just after 1 o'clock the attention rf a young lady was attracted by a noise in the attic and she started to investigate. She discovered the body and raised the alarm, which summoned the cigar maker, who promptly cut down the body, thus saving Mr. llroekmann from the consequence of his rash net. Xo reason save that of grief over the death of his wife, who is deceased about two years ago, is assigned for the deed. MMtor r.nf'i Hwect Powders For children. Mother Gray, for years a nurse in the Children's Home in New York, treated children success fully with a remedy, now prepared and placed in the drug stores, called Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for children. They are harmless as milk, pleasant to take and never fail. A certain cure for feverishness. consti pation, headache, teething and stom ach disorders, and remove worms. At all dniB-m'ste. 25c. Samnle sent free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. The sky looks bluer, the sun shines brighter, a feeling of youth and strength creeps over the soul after taking Rocky Mountain Tea, made by the Madison Medicine company. 35 cents. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy. MOLINE MENTION -The remans of Harvey I. Jones ar rived Saturday on the 12:35 Rock Is land train from Chicago. The burial took -place in the afternoon at the Riverside cemetery. OO The funeral of the late Charles J. Weander was held from the home, 414 Railroad avenue, at 2:30 o'clock yes terday afternoon, Rev. Ilemborg of ficiating. OO Grant Peterson and wife have re turned from their wedding trip to St. Paul and Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Creedon, who went with them, returned at the same time. The trip was made by steamer and all re port a pleasant time. OO When Dr. L.. W. Skidmore reached his office from Davenport late Sat urday afternoon he found an unwel come visitor ' there who was in the act of filling his pockets with dental tools when interrupted. Seeing that ,he was detected the stranger offered the doctor a sum of money to let him go. When the doctor indignantly de dined the proposition and started for the telephone the intruder . bolted through the door and made his escape down, the stairs before the police could be communicated with. OO Victor Phillipson, son of Kdward Phillipson of 839 Eighteenth avenue while with a crowd of boys trying to steal apples on the premises of Mr. Billing of 727 Sixteenth avenue, was caught in the act.' Mr. Hilling m an ger threw a tack hammer a young Phillipson which struck the boy in the hand, inflicting- a severe wound, the hammer sticking in his hand inc boy will have to carry his hand in a sling for some time. Mr. Hilling settled with the boy by agreeing to pay the doctor bill. OO Rev. II. O. Lindfblad, for many years the pastor of the Swedish Luth eran church here, has resigned his present position as chaplain and housefainer of Augustana hospital in Chicago. Since his removal from this city, Rev. iindeblad has been pastor at Grand Crossing and Pullman, 111., and a few years ago was called to the position of chaplain at the hos pital. His plans for the future are not known. Rev. M. C. Ranseen, D. D., has been chosen business manager of the hospital, but has not yet ac cepted the position. OO Miss Alice Westberg, clerk at the Union Store, over whom her mother and friends who have been greatly ried at not hearing from her from Chicago, telegraphed Saturday to in form the parents that she is all right, having merely overstayed the time originally intended. OO Captain Eugene R. Cox, the genial representative of the llarber Asphalt company, well known to Moline peo ple, has just been elected president of the asphalt trust, succeding Fred A. Nash. The election took place in Omaha Thursday. OO A movement is now on foot to se cure the llealy property in the east end of the city as an additon to the proposed park to be made of the cemetery ground. The Healy tract joins the cemetery property on the south and comprises eight and a half acres of as pretty bluff scenery as is found hereabout. The bluff rises pre cipitously and from its top a glorious view of the river valley is obtained. The ground lies between Twenty seventh and Twenty-ninth streets and as far south as Eighth avenue. OO 1..e establishment of a bath room in a factory in this city will be an altogether untried as well us a use ful innovation. This is the plan Williams. White & Co. are about to adopt in addition to all the other im provements which they have been constructing this summer, lly intro ducing electricity as an agent of pow er they will not need as many boilers as they are using now, thus leaving some spare room. Last, week they were approached by a committee of molders who asked the company to put in the oath rooms, the need of which the company readily admitted. The southeast corner of the boiler room will be used for the purpose, after the boilers have been removed. A cement floor will be constructed and then several shower baths will be put in. No bath tubs will be used. Plans are being drawn for a dressing room, also. OO William L. Hritton, the horse train er, is lying at home with his right thigh oroken, the result of being kicked by a horse which he was breaking. OO Mrs. Julia Mills Dunn has been in vited to give the excelent address delivered bv her at the Moline Chau tauqua, D. A. R. day, at the Henry county pioneer meeting. OO H. W. Horst, of Rock Island, who was awarded the contract for the erection of the Rock Island building of the Union Electric Telephone & Telegraph company, has also been awarded the contract to put up the Moline building. The latter will be similar to the one in Rock Island ex cept that it will not be so deep, the ground dimension being 35 by 30 feet. The building is to be compieieu. so that the electricians can get into it to prepare the switchboards Oct. 15, and the company .expects to begin operations .Jvov. 15. The Moline build ing will cost about $10,000. OO A monument has been erected on the grave of Peter Colseth, who was buried at Oakland, Xeb., some years ago. Mr. Colseth was a former resi dent pf Moline and was well known is an active member of the Swedish Lutheran church here. At the time of his death he was engaged in build ing a new church for the congrega tion at Oakland and the monument has been erected by the members at a cost of $110. A Medicine for Old People. Rev. Geo. Gay, Greenirich, Ka 5s past S3 years of at:e, yet he says: "I am enjoying excellent health for a man of my tf-e, due entirely to the rejuven ating influences cf Dr. Miles' Nervine. It bnnjrs sleep and re;t when nothing else will, and gives strrnfth and vital ity even to one of my old ae." "I am an old soldier." writes Mr. Geo. Watson, of Newton, la "and I have been a fTeat sufferer from nervousness, ertipo and spinal trouble. Have spent considerable monev for medicine and doctors, but w:th little benilit. I vas to bad my mind showed sietis of weak ness. I bepan taking Dr. Miles' Nervine, and I know it saved rev hfe," Dr. Miles' Nervine Saved me from ihe insane asy lum," Mr. A. M. Heifner, of Jerico Springs, Mo, v rites. "1 wns so nerv ous that 1 could scarcely control my self, could not sleep nor rest, wottlj even forget the Barnes of my ow n children at timesv. I cnmmenrel uin Dr. Miles' Nervine and it helped me from the first, and cow I am perfectly wclL." Sold by all Drur;c'it on Guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. $34.25 For a Round-Trip Ticket TO Salt Lake City Ogden Round-trip tickets, good until October 31, will be sold at this remarkably low rate on August 1 to 14, inclusive. An opportunity of a lifetime to visit the famous Mormon capital at the lowest possible cost. Through Wonderful Colorado Past all the' Beautiful Scenery. Kindly write or call for particulars. FRANK A. HART. Past'r Agent C. B. A Q. Depot 343 Telephone 1 180. Tlic Horrible Tortures of Rheumatism can fce overcome and the dreaded disease expelled from youf system by the use of Tor 610 ana Guaranteed Only By HARPER HOUSE rHARilACY. Low R.ioLte Excursions via NORTHERN PACIFIC To the Northwest During the Summer Just Whsxt You Want Write at once for particulars. 6. A MiTTHETTS, p. T. A., Chicago. ( BIBLES 8. HE, U. F. tit. Paul m SSI fair"" "rr -: ill It lP. CURE - I 60881 v: . V V s. I . mm fpn ' ! '1 mil up him ii 11 ir '1 Si i& ' ATTORNEYS. iTCAIOUrXCA&KRl Attorneys at Law. Rock Island and Milan. Rock Is land office in Bengston Block. Milan office on Main street. H. C. Connelly. B. D. Connelly. ( CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys at Law. Money loaned. Office over Thomas' drujr store, corner of Second avenue ana seventeenth street. JACKSON, 11UEST & STAFFORD, Attorneys at Law. Office in Rock Island National Bank Building-. W. L. Ludolph. Robert R. Reynolds. LUDOLril & REYNOLDS, Attorneys at Law. Money to loan. General legal busi ness. Notary public. 1705 Second, avenue, Buford block. E. D. Sweeney. C. L. Walker. SWEENEY & WALKER, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Office in Bcngston block. C. J. Searle. C. B. Marshall. SEA RLE & MARSHALL, Lawyers. Money to loan on good real estate security. Mitchell & Lynde block, Rock Island, Illinois. M'ENIRY & M'ENIRY, Attorneys at Law. Loan money on good security, make collections. References, Mitch ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell & Lynde building. JAMES F. MURPHY, Attorney at Law. Office room, 12, Mitchell & Lynde Lynde building. WILLIAM M. WALKER, Lawj-er. Money to loan. General legal busi ness. Notary public. Real estate, insurance. 1714 Sceond avenue. JAMES FRANKLIN WITTER, Attorney at Law. Room 15, Mitchell & Lynde build ing. JPHVSIjCIANS DR. CORA EMERY -REED, Homoeopathic Physician. , Special attention to diseases of women and children, also diseases of eye, ear, nose and throat. Office hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. 321 Sixteenth street. Rock Island. N M. MOORE, M. D. Star Block. Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00, to 4:00 and after 7:00 p. m. ' DOCTOR OSTROM, Occulist and Aurist. Out of city during August taking post graduate study. ANDERS CHATTSTRAM, Medical Masseur. Graduated from Royal Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. Practical med ical massage and baths. Specialty for rheumatism, nervousness and paralysis. Removed from Library bldg., Moline, to 514 Brady St., Dav enport, Iowa. Telephone No. 0511. IKNTI8TS. J. T. TAYLOR, Dentist. Office hours 8:30 to 12 m.,'l:30 to 5:00 p. m. 2194 Eighteenth street. Opposite Union office. Telephone 383 green. ARCHITECTS. DRACK & KERNS, Architects and Superintendents. Skinner Block. - Second Floor. Office hours F. M. Drack, 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 5:30 p. m. George M. Kerns, 2 to 4 p. m. FLORISTS. . HENRY GAETJE, Prop. Chippiannock Nursery. Cut Fowers and Designs of all kinds. City store,' 1S07 Second avenue. Telephone 610. JOHN VOLK & CO., Contractors and Builders. Also Manufacturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings, e neered and Hard Wood Flooring of All Kinds. Dealers in Single and Double Strength Window Glass, Polished Plate, neve lea Plate and Art Glass. , 311-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET, ROCK ISLAND. I 4