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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15 1903.
Utiak and Siolily
You Aro Oonsfipotod.
You may take medicine the rest of your miserable, suffering, lives,
but you will never get well so long
irregular. Remedy this fault and all
50c. and 01-00
You have thought of spending the winter in California for
a long while, but you have told yourseli tliat you did not
have the time, that the expense was too great, that the
trip was. too long and uncomfortable.
If you can take or make time this winter, we can take
care of the remainder of the proposition.
Listen! Every week we have personally conducted
tourist excursions to California from Ruck Island. These
excursions afford the easiest and most comfortable way
of going to California. All of them go through Colorado,
passing the graud Rocky Mountain scenery by daylight,
and through Salt Lake City.
Two interesting publications about California sent
free on request.
WE DON'T NEED THE MONEY.
Perhaps you do. We've got it to loan on everything. Also some great bar
gains in unredeemed goods. Special bargain in 9 k. d'amond ring. Sieger
Loan office, 329 Twentieth street. 'Phone 633 brows.
THS TRiVELEBH' 8CIDV.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Tickets
can be purchased a I City
Ticket office, 1818 Seoond aye
Due, or U , R. L & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty-
street. Peoria branch depot, foot of
itleth street. Frank H. Plummer, C. P. A.
I) raver LlmiMd & Omaha..
F t. Worth. Denver & K. C.
rmaha & Minneapolis....
C jlorado & OiMhs
I) :s Moines A Omaha
Djnver, Lincoln & Omaha.
li as Moines Exprer-
St. Paul & Mlnneap. '...
Denver, Ft. Worth &u.C.
XKansaaCltT.St Joe A. Calif.
It 3:45 am
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t 7:00 pm
8 too am
t 9:25 am
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J z:l& pm
it 7:io am
t 8:25 pm
t 2:00 pm
t- 7:10 am
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t Hoc It Island & Washington
t 8:15 pm
t 6:00 pm
Calcago s DesMoms
Kck Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omaha & Des Moines
t Cedar Rplds, Tipton
If 4:30 pm
BOOK. ISjANU AMU F BO HI A DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
no trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 6 minutes in advance of time given. .
" TaAlgS. LUTl, AKBITI.
Peoria, Springfield. St. L.
Indianapolis. Cincinnati. :10 as B 55 pm
Peoria Express fT:20 prr
I'aorla, Indianapolis, Cln
elnnatL, Bloomlngton.... tU:S am
Cable & Sherrard Acoom. $6:45 am 11:35 am
Cable A ftherrard Ancom ' iiOf P"1 t7:5 pm
Arrival. tleparture Daliy. except Sun
day. Phone Went 1C3. West 1428.
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON &
Quincy Depot Seoond
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART,
TRAIW8. LSAVS. ABKIT1.
St. Louis, SprlnKtieid
Galesburg, Peoria anC
Quincy 7;30 am fl:35 am
SverUng, Mendota and
Chicago f7 30am t:35 am
S l. Louis, Kansas City,
Denver and Pacific
Coast s 7:25 pm 7:10 pm
Sterling and points In
termediate f7:25pm t7:10 pm
D Unique, Clinton, La
Crosse, St. Paul, Minn,
and N. W 87:40 pm 7.00 am
Canton, Dubuque, and
LaCrose t7:00 am t7:00 pm
Clinton and Intermediate s7:00am 7:00 pm
a. stop at nock Island 2a minutes i
Dally. tDatlv exoept Sunday
CIMIUaUO, jiaJLLi W A UK.KE
& St. Paul Railway. JX,
R. L s N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
agent. All tri: swill connect
at Savanna fjr points east
Clinton. Dubuque, SU Paul. Chicago
and Milwaukee 7
Muscatine. Odium w. Wathingtcn. 2:
Fulton, Savanna and Dubuque S
Clinton, Dubuque and St. Paul 3
Omaha, Sioux City, Chicago and Mil
Maquoketa, Omaha and Clinton 3
Dally except Sunday.
Oxford Junction and Moniicello 11:
Maquoketaand Omaba 11:
St. Paul, Dubuque and Clinton II:
St Paul, F Hon and Savanna It:
Chicago and Fulton 2
On um'wa and Muscatine 4:
Chicago. Milwaukee, uubuqueatd St.
31 p m
45 p m
58 p m
40 a m
:5i) a m
:IS p m
A.U trains dally exoept Sunday
as your bowels are sluggish and
your ills will disappear. Constipation
is rotting food in tne Dowels, ine muscles or
- the digestive organs become so weak they cannot
voluntarily remove this refuse. The blood takes it
up and the poisonous disease germs are carried to
every tissue. Sexual weakness develops and soon
you become an invalid. The temporary relief
secured in taking pills, castor oil or other physics
will not cure.
ffluti'o Grape Tenia Cures
It is not a physic which excites the organs of
the digestive system to unnatural effort. It is a
tonic made of grape and other fruit juices which
strengthens these organs and puts health and vigor
into thebloodand every nerveand muscle cell. One
bottle will prove it. Money returned if it doesn't.
Send this advertisement and 10 cents to Lightning Medicine
Co, jit Third Are., Itock Island, 111., i or a large sample botile.
at AH Druggists.
M. J. YOUNG,
Agt. C. B. 6, Q. R.y
Phone 1180. ROCK ISLAND
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on C3 before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in -every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and ote onr
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 25C
Platinum filling. , gQi
Silver fillings , ffOc
Gold fillings, $1 and up $ 1,00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 , . . 4, QQ
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5,00
1 15 set of teeth for. 1000
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel'i Drug Rtor.
Charles E. Hodgson,
vmerisan Ins. Co Newark, N. 3.
Continental New York
tfrricultural New York
Traders Ins. Co. Chicago, 111.
ion Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
,4kford Ins. Co Roekford, HI.
Seeurity Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn,
fns. Co. State of Illinois. Roekford, III
Office, rjom 3, Buf ord block. Bates
low m eonsiatcmt with aecurltT.
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands, has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws ol Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO..
Wa tw MmM. tU
John Berwald, the first speaker o!
the Davenport Tumgemeinde, has
named the committees which will look
after the details of the usual winter
entertainment to be griven by the
Davenport Turner society. This com
mittee is officered as follows: Fritz
Dtiser, chairman; J. J. Brandt. Gus II.
(Jrabbe, (i. A. Hanssen, Fred Herd, F.
Kunkel, William A. Mueller, J- Koch
au, Herman Stender and Uus Stueben.
Mr. lierwald has also strengthened
the membership of the agitations
committee, which has in charge the
augmentation of the Turner member
ship, by the addition of Kd Soukop,
August Westphal and John Crock
mann. -The resignation of Jens Lorenzen
of the position, of treasurer of the
Independent school district of Daven
port, which became effective a few
days ago, was an incident that was
not greatly noted at the time, but it
is none the less noteworthy. It ter
minated u period of 30 years of the
best service that the city or district
A few of the intimate friends of J.
J. Humphrey have received invita
tions to a reception that Mr. Humph
rey will give at his home, at Kigh
teenth ami Brady streets, nextSatnr
day afternoon, on the occasion of his
92nd birthday anniversary. It isn't
often that such invitations circulate,
and in the case of the honored resi
dent of Davenport who sends them
out, it is pretty certain that they will
be unanimously responded to, with
many wishes for more anniversaries
The marriage of Frederick Cole and
Miss Laura Blackstock. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Blackstock, of
Lafayette, Ind., is to be performed at
the home of the bride in that city
today. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Cole and
Miss Alice Cole, of this city, parents
and sister of the groom, left for La
fayette yesterday morning, via Peo
ria, where they will be joined by Mrs.
Cole's sister, Mrs. C. E. Roberts.
The marriage of Ellmore Clark Pat
terson and Miss Harriet Emma Wales
was performed at the First Baptist
church, Minneapolis, at 8 o'clock last
evening. At 8:30 a reception was
tfiven the friends of the couple at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Han
nah L. Wales, at 1S0O Third avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson left for their
home at Western Springs, 111.
At 8:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon,
at the parsonage of the Edwards
Congregational church, occurred the
marriage of Jesse Lelloy Shere and
Miss Gertrude George, the former of
Yorktown, 111., and the latter of An
nawan, III. Rev. C. A. Moore officia
ted. Yesterday W. F. Fidlar. George L.
Osborn and F. L. Bills left for Wash
ington, where they will represent the
coordinate bodies of the valley of Dav
enport of the Scottish Rite of Mason
ry for the southern jurisdiction of
the United States, in the biennial
meeting of that fraternity. Mr. Fid
lar will exterwl his tour to New York
and the manufacturing district of
The I. W. club has held its annual
meeting at the home of Miss Ethel
Sparr and elected officers for the en
suing year. The following is the offi
cial staff: President, Miss Ethel Sparr;
vice president, Ycta Reynolds; secre
tary, Margaret Murray; treasurer,
Margaret Mitchell; marshal, Loretta
Slattery; pianist, Miss Alice Lynch.
After examining a doen witnesses
for the prosecution Tuesday and half
a dozen for the defense, in the ease
of the state vs. Officer Michael Brei
denbach, charged with assaidt and
battery upon the person of Henry
Guldenzopf, Justice Roddewig found
for the defendant and discharged him
as guiltless. Breidenbach was shown
not to have used undue force in his
repelling of the old shoemaker, and
no witness could say that the officer
struck him. Mrs. Cox, a neighbor,
testified that she saw the officer push
him away and that he fell. No wit
ness could testify to a blow being
struck. It was shown that Gulden
zopf was an aged, eccentric and med
dlesome man, who had made himself
a nuisance to the officer, who pushed
him away at the time. The verdict
of Justice Roddewig's court may call
a halt also to any investigation which
Mayor Becker had intended to make.
While Guldenzopf was quite badly
shaken up as the result of his fall to
the pavement, Mr. Breidenbach was in
no way responsible for it. There was
AH diseases of Kidneys,
Bia.aaer, urinary urrans.
Also Rheumatism, Back
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There Is a
cure for you. If necessary write Dr. Fenner.
He bus spent a life time curing lust eucfe
cases as yours. All consultations Free.
"A gravel lodged In my bladder. Aftei
using; a few bottles of Dr. Feoner's Kldoey
r.o(X Backache Cure I passed a gravel ualf ai
iirpe as a marble. .The medicine prevented
further formation. I was cured.
W. T. OAK ES. OrrIxr Va.
Druggists. 50c.. 91. Ask for Cook Book Free.
VITIKTInHPE f!uro Cu" Circular. D
OliVIIUO UMflUL Fenner. Fredonia.N )
For sale by Harper House Thannacy
and Canode's Pharmacy. "
the show of considerable animosity
on the part of several witnesses
against the officer. The alleged as
sault occurred last Friday evening at
Twelfth and Harrison streets.
The will of Theodore Brus was plac
ed on file in the district clerk's office
yesterday. The will states that all
of the property, which is located- in
Blue Grass township, shall go to the
wife, Katharine, as long as she shall
remain unmarried. If she marries
again, however, she is to have one
third of the estate and the other two
thirds are then to be divided among
the children, Theodore, Lizzie, Her
man, Marj-, Agnes, Barney, Henry and
Rudolph. The wife. Katharine, is
made executrix of the estate and is
not required to give bonds. The will
was dated July- 21, 1902.
NEWS IN OUTLINE
Walter Jackson, convicted at Ham
ilton, Mont., of the murder of a boy,
and sentenced to hang, was hanged by
a mob at that place.
Japan has issued an oflic'al denial
of the alarmist reports of war be
tween her and Russia.
Powder purchased to remove hair
from her face, caused Mrs. Augusta
Wallen, a Chicago woman, months of
illness, and she is suing for damages.
The International Harvester com
pany will unite its branch offices
throughout the country and thus cut
A portrait of Professor Herman Ed.
uard von Hoist has been unveiled at
the University of Chicago.
Green Brier Presbytery, at Wheel
ing, W. Yu., has adopted resolutions
protesting against clergymen wear
ing bob-tailed, coats.
Frederick Crawford committed sui
cide at Mennsha, Wis., after having
killed his wife and shot L. J. Jordan, u
stranger who ran up and attempted to
tstay the hand of the murderer.
Health officials at Chicago fear an
epidemic of diphtheria.
The regular army inauoeuvers at
West Point, Ky., have ended.
Dr. Francis Landley Patton, former
ly president of Princeton university,
baa been inaugurated president of
The Colombian senateoommittee has
presented to the senate a new canal
treaty to be negotiated with the Unit
The arbitration treaty between Great
Britain and France has been signed.
Prince Ahmed Bedr Eddine, a young
er sou of the sultan of Turkey, is
dead of pneumonia.
The Dowieites of Chicago have Just
purchased 32,000 acres of land in South
Dakota for a colony.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Only through car line to Asheville,
N". C, Queen & Crescent route and
Southern railway. w
Queen & Crescent service, Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
3.65 to Peoria and Return.
Oct. 14 to 24, $3.63 for round trip to
Peoria via the Rock Island.
18.00 to Galveston Texas and Return
Oct. 20 the Rock Island' will sell
round trip tickets to a number of
points in Texas and New Mexico at
rate of $1S. Also one fare, plus $2, to
a number of points in Kansas, Okla
homa and Indian Territory, as well as
Nebraska. For full information, call
at depot, or city office, 1S29 Second
C. B. & Q. Fxcaralon.
From Oct. 17 to 21 $11.25 Kansas
City and return.
From Oct. 14 to 24, inclusive? $3.70
Peoria and return.
C. B. & Q. Excursions.
Sept. 15 to Nov. 30. $31 San Fran
cisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. $30
Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and Vic
toria. $27.50 Spokane and Ellensburg.
$26 Salt Lake City, Ogden, Helena and
Butte. $21 Billings.
Oct. 8 to 17. $50.25 San Francisco,
Los Angeles and return.
For further information please call
at C. B. & Q. depot, corner Twentieth
street and Second avenue, or 'phone
A Lore Letter.
would not interest you if you're look
ing for a guaranteed salve for sores,
burns or piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder,
Mo., writes: "I suffered with an ugly
sore for a year, but a box of Buck
len's Arnica Salve cured me. It's the
best salve on earth. 25 cents, atllartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store-
spent More Than l.OOO.
W. W. Baker, of Plainview, Neb.,
writes: "My wife suffered from lung
trouble for 15 years. She tried a num
ber of doctors and spent over $1,000
without relief. She became very low
and lost all hope. A friend recom
mended Fpley's Honey and Tar and,
thanks to this great remedy, it saved
her life. She enjoys better health
than she has known in 10 years." Re
fuse substitutes. All druggists.
The children are staying at grandpa's,
Mamma has gone down to the sea,
Papa is at home working,
Keeping- himself well with Rocky
" T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
G. W. Wood has moved his law of
fice to Moline National bank building,
Third avenue and Fifteenth street.
Sandy McDowell, formerly pastor of
St. Paul's A. M. E. church here, has
been assigned to the church at Mur
physboro. Announcement is made of the ap
proaching mariage of Miss Irene Em
ery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Le
ander Emery, to Robert Rote, of Chi
cago, to take plaee Wednesday even
ing, Oct. 28. The nuptials will be sol
emnized at the home of the bri("
elect's parents, 1419 Twelfth street,
and the future home of Mr. and Mrs.
Rote will be Chicago, where the
groom is employed as a mechajiictil
expert by the McCormick Harvester
Machine company. Miss Emery is
well known in the tri-cities, having
grown to womanhood in this city.
Mrs. F. G. Allen gives a tea this
afternoon to Miss Florence Gold, and
Mrs. C. R. Stephens has issued invi
tations for a card party for Friday
afternoon in honor of the same bride
elect. John Van de Valle, 58 years of age,
died at the city hospital Tuesday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock. He was removed
there from the poor farm several
weeks ago and is without relatives or
friends. He will be hurried in the pot
ters' field at Riverside.
Changes which will greatly facili
tate shipping matters at the corn
planter works were started yesterday
morning. The old frame warehouse
which had so long stood on the cor
ner of Fourth street and Third ave
nue will be moved north till the side
which faces Third avenue is in line
with the Third avenue face of the
great brick warehouse. Then between
the two buildings a frame warehouse
to join and connect the two will be
buiit. This will be 100 feet in length,
and in order that these changes may
be. made, it will be necessary for the
Rock Island to move its switching
and loading tracks and run them par
allel with the avenue as far as Fourth
street, where at present they run
parallel for a part of the way and
then turn slightly to the north and
run between the two buildings as
they now stand. Gust .Ed has the
contract for the work, which includes
a loading platform as well as the new
C. R. Stephens, superintendent of
the Moline Plow company has pur
chased the controlling interest in the
Acme Steel company, of Chicago, re
cently owned by S. T. Gunderson and
son, Chicago; Messers. Sawyer, of
Carpenterville and Sawyer, of Elgin,
and Sellick, of Chicago. The pur
chase by Mr. Stephens is altogether
an individual enterprise cn his part
and the Moline Plow company has no
interest in the venture outside of be
coming a patron of the new concern.
The concern has been in existence for
several years, and the plant is locat
ed on St. Louis avenue in Chicago.
The specialty is a substitute for soft
center steel and has proven a market
able commodity with implement- fac
tories as the heavy buyers. Mr.
Stephens exjects to make improve
ments and additions to the plant and
to increase its capacity to 10.000 tons
Stockholders of the Mutual Wheel
company held their annual meeting
at the office of the plant here Tues
day. The directors elected for the
new year are: T. M. Sechler, Moline;
J. C. Moon. St. Louis; F. H. Keys,
Council Bluffs; J. L. Robinson, Free
port; C. R. Crawford St. Louis; W. A.
RosenfieM, Moline; George McMaster.
Moline. The directors elected the fol
lowing officers: President, J. L. Rob
inson; vice president, J. C. Moon; sec
retary, George McMaster. The reports
of the year showed an encouraging
Two hundred ladies and gentlemen
attended the reception at the Young
Men's Christian association building
Tuesday evening and enjoyed the oc
casion greatly. A short program was
rendered including piano duets by
the Misses May and Carrie Sammel,
readings by Roy Kracke and violin
and pinao numbers by the Misses
Aram and Mra. Eckstrom.
A double wedding took place yester
day afternoon at the parsonage of ti e
First Congregational church. Rev. "vY
W. Willard officiating. August C. Ebe
ling was first married to Miss Ada
T. Hill, of this city, being attended
by John B. Hill, brother of the bride,
and Miss Lucy O'Brien. This was immediate-
followed by the marriage
of the attendants to each other. John
B. Hill and Miss Ada T. Hill are broth
er and sister and have resided at 1321
Seventh avenue. Mr. Hill is employed
at the Mutual Wheel works. August
Ebeling is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Au
gust Kbeling, of 52 Sixteenth ave
nue, while Miss O'Brien's home has
been in Rock Island.
Five strong men were elected direc
tors of the Business Men's association
at the annual meeting Tuesday even
ing, insuring a continuation of the
progressive and pushing spirit that
has been maintained in the past. The
directors to serve for the new year
are: C. F. Grantz, E. E. Morgan, H.
J. Gripp, W, A. Meese, M. J. McEniry.
The annual meeting was charaterized
by a review of the year's work in, the
reports of the officers. It was empha
sized that while there had been no
striking results'accomplished, the in
fluence of the association had been
extended in many directions and the
DR.. HORNE'S SKILL!
Ills knowledge of diseases peculiar
treatment has established his
ist in this class of diseases.
He makes no promises he carnot fulfill.
lie cures stricture without knife or bougie.
He fulfilled every promise he has made.
He cures Contagious Blond Poison, never to return.
He cures loss of Manly Vigor, no stimulant, but permanent.
He cures Yericocele withmit operation and no loss of time.
The profession of specialism is a high calling, but it is one which
is much abused. I take great pride in the fact that I have always
conducted my practice in an honorable, professional manner, dealing
with patients in a straightforward, business-like way. My skill, to
gether with my extensive experience, enables me to give my patients
the best possible service obtainable anywhere. Each case receives a
careful and thorough diagnosis and I give candid opinion as to its cur
ability. If a case is incurable I never hold out false hopes to my
ability to make a cure. I have cured hundreds of cases, however.
V 11 I I 11 Ulliri UVl. LUl O lltl ) C j'l ITU IlltlllUUlVi IIIHV JV & JUUVU
to fulfill every promise "I make, and, as a result. I never have a dis- X
satisfied patient. 1 treat sucessfnlly KIDNEY AND BLADDER
DISEASES. PROSTATIC TROUBLES. UNNATURAL WEAKNESS, 4.
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, SCROFULA. RHEUMATISM AND DIS-
EASES PECULIAR TO MEN AND WOMEN. X
I am enabled to perfect a prompt and permanent cure because T
of my complete knowledge of every detail of these diseases and their
effect upon various portions of the system. This knowledge has been J
gained by an experience of many jears, during which time I have ori-
ginated and jerfected improved methods of accomplishing cures
which are unknown to any other physician, but which are successful. 4
Consult Me About Your Case Without Cost
I invite you to consult me freely without charge. I deal with my
patients in an honorable and straightforward manner and court the
closest Investigation of my methods. If 3011 cannot see me personally
write fully about your case, as my improved system of symptom
blanks enables you to explain jour case fully, and as I can treat you
successfully at home. .
Dr. J. Alvin Home, m. D., "gfiySSSSS
Rooms 49, 50 and 51, Mitchell & Ljnde Building, Rock Island, Illinois.
Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
1"M"11 M'M"M' 11 IH HUM.
TKe Secret of How to Obtain
I found in Dr. Walsh's successful tre atment for chronic, nervous and pri
vate diseases of both sexes. Thousands who were afflicted with chronic
diseases and who failed to find relief elsewhere Lave been permanently
cured by Dr. Walsh during the nine years he has been located in Daven
port. That is one of the best reasons if you are suffering- from any chron
ic disease and want to get cured, why you should take his treatment.
DR. WALSH CURES
Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness,
weakness of men, failing memory,
mental delusions, or any other condi
tion due to nervous exhaustion.
Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Serof
ula, Tiles, Syphilis, Blood, Kidney,
Liver and Skin Diseases, quickly and
Is a- frequent cause of nervous and
physical decline. Why treat months
with others when we can positively
cure you in irom one to three treat
ments? ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.
dreds cured by mail. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Bos
day, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street
DR. J. E. WALSH,
work accomplished would tell more
in the future than in the year just
passed. President White winted out
that a business association is almost
an imperative necessity m a growing
city like Moline. it represents a head
for the business interests, a center
for all public matters, and should be
as important to the business men as
his own business, for it is as import
ant to be alive to the good of the city
as well as one's particular business.
The association apjxvinted W. A.
Meese, M. J. McEniry and W. C. Iien
nett as delegates to the Upper Miss
issippi Improvement association con
vention in Davenport next week. H.
J. (iripp, (J. A. Shalllerger and C. F.
Grantz were named as a soliciting
committee to assist the farmers of
Rock river bottom to secure the fund
necessary to complete the improve
ment of the bridge lane and the dig
ging of a ditch to carry off the water
and prevent flooding.
Have you a bad liver, feel mean,
cross, ugly, down in the mouth, feel
Y.Ke going out of business? Take
Rocky Mountain Tea; drives away the
blues. 35 cents. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
. . . . . ... ... . . . . . ...
to men and the success of his j.
reputation as the leading special
is not a Dollar
Need be Paid t
Until Cured i
His Best Reference t
is: Not u Dollar t
MHfl ! i I M tl t II i Hit t4
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
St. Anthony's HospitaL
WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Is nature's remedy. When scientifi
cally applied it soothes, strengthens
and invigorates. Twenty years' expe
rience has made Dr. Walsh a master
of this method of curing chronic dis
eases. Electricity is the most power
ful curative agent known in all dis
eases peculiar to women, nervous
exhaustion, rheumatism, neuralgia,
paralysis, constipation, nervons dys
pepsia, backache, headache, palpita
tion of the heart, etc.
If you cannot call, write. Hun-
MMERSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
rorty-F.lht Thounaad Iollars Paid
for a Fancy lot of Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis, Peoria
111., for hia celebrated Single Binder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount waa to be fancy
elected tobacco. This, no doubt,
makes the Lewis factory the largest
holder in the United States of tobacco
of bo high a grading. Herald -Traru
scrjpt, Dec 1, 190.
J. M. BUFORD
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