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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JAXUAHV 21, 1005.
Just As Anxious
is to hold and defend the cup
and prevent S.r Ttum3 Lipton .
from landing the much ccvete-l
prize, so sre we anxious to hold c
up our reputation in making
good clothes and giving the pub- C,'
I their money's worth. A trial
will convince you that we are
more than sble to hold our own. p
You know who we are. p
J. B. ZIMMER & CO.,
Mercha-nt Tailors. ;!
1E2S SECOND AVENUE.
Rock Islsvnd. o
Things Yovi g
YOU WANT TO KNOW THE
BEST VALUES AND THE
MANUFACTURER'S ABILI- i
TY TO SUPPLY THEM.
The experience cf W. W. Xim
bafl company cover; a continu
ous period of nearly fifty years:
Uius urchs'rs cf Kimball pi
anos chare in the advantages of
about ha f a century of constant
and intelligent effort in the piano
f.eld. and yet the most for their
The ca of these moSern in
struments for th.s vcinity is
controlled Ly O. Roy Djwlby. at
whese warrrooms ycu have an
opportunity to inspect a fine line
of these pincs.
You -re cordially invited to
lf09-1609 1-2 Second
Read article No. 4 next week.
Many of th
I Iiis;!;r'i ? i
In tin land
A ft tloinjj t hrir
Flour Mill Co.,
Lots of Vigor,
im Amy, JljmvUtl d
In Dank until
our o dm When
cm tout uo uvxsTxun
tf jm aawf omIU amCr mm
i,mmbtm Aside mt
XZ2 Uradf Mrrrt.
HytJela Co. i,e.r.
PAY MORE TAXES
Rata Increased in City of Roik
Island From S7.6? 58.44
COUNTY TO RAISE S680.971.52
Total Valuation of all Property is
Placed -t $3,527,535 By
li'! I.-Inn ! tointy will rai.-e In
iai-s on U.i- I vy of rollixiubb-
il,;-. yiar. a i ':, f : -t.;7 1 .52. on a
v:i1i;.i!h:i .f all rf ri i-s. embracing
it al e.-ta!.-, ii roiial. railroads, tele-:.i..i:-
ai.J t 1. ::r:t!i, if :.527.52'...
Tln-re is an i n-rt -it rt.- in tin- valuation,
t-r l'."-5 of fST.".". an ! in the ta
r $ :'.": t. .
Tii i-t:rnry e'y remain i;nc!ia:i .l
':: there is nn incn :ish in Ih.; Mate
r. tc 4f :: c-iii. 'I ;;i ; year it is r..1 a--a-.;..iii-1
tli'- ptei-edlng h-vy. Ther'
iin' l a taise in tl.e ra'e in both
11 k Is!and and .Vo'.iie. due to great
ir ! i..ar.il.i f r municipal an i sch-.ol
nil jio-s-n. In I'm- city it 1lc: Is'nTid
Th- II1'! If vy shows a total valuation
f $::.15n.t'2. a f;i of $2r,r,i:.72: for
:: 'inif :! $' I 2 25 : for ycliool.
i; :.nj i!.e !;'. $vll. On the l'. ' "
levy i!r- total valuation of I
: i;y v.-as $::.1M.IM. ill.' la-.
J.'l.ff0; for tiiiinlfipal. $.2.f4.'t2 :
for :-chool. $:.. anl tin rate 7X'J.
In Mo;rii- tin l'f.l valuation is $2,121.
tax. 52:'.l.'.;-'..7: for tnuni i
1 al. $l.r.".': for srh.n.!. $ 1.1 .'".
ikI tin- rat.- $..",. I'n.l. r lli "1!mi:5
K-v.v tli.. rat.- v.as $'..o2; t h. total valu
aiion. $2.l-::.,.':2: i!i" tax. $217.::n"..V:
for inmiif ipa!. $.:-.12".'-2. ami fnr school
irrail t. 'l..wn!.Ip i;tl-
Tin- l.-v v ha !. n spr. al on the
ImmiKs of t!i t ii-!ii olli -iors liy
foi;iiiv f!.r;. II. I!, liuhharl. Tiio
oi' ha- h n mi h r way for weeks.
Hi. v:-.- Iti i -i I la: I '.'. :i:n. 'I'll.- t
al xal'.ii iii .f !ai-N in Ih.- county is
i'lact-rui ..:.:'':: of lots. j::.!7o.-
;': ,,f J.. r-.n:il .:oj .-r?y. $2.7.V!C4.
anil Ih.- total. n: iii-IuIiii ll:- rail-rosi'l.-.
ilvia;ii aiiil t.h-phon.'. $5.
.V2.:.'I. ami tin- llivnun $:2l.-
I2':...,. r'o.So'.vifj ; are ",i.-n lli.k valu
ation .if Ian.!.-'. I s. i i-rsoii.il, total. anl
tax. Iy t .wns'iij's:
Tor I an 7.l II : iois. $21.
.!: .rs.in..i. $::i:.r.l: total. $1 ir,.2",2.
ux. $Y2': : i.
r.H-i-iii.N. -. i:i.i27: I-$rt":
l-rsork.il. $.'.'.2r7: lo-al. $2 l."..l". I ; rax.
l.-i!.o r. . 1. liri.l. $;.".. 723;
iot. $;:.7::; .-r.ona1. $2.:. '.fi; total.
$:2.v2l : tax. $ i.i:;'
Zutiia Uiii.lt. $Ii2.?'i2; Jo's. $."1;
Try It at Our Expense
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t i iin. win- Ii H will. t. II tl.-i. I!. at
4 ..I! N ! ri..lv li:i. t-v- r ! -
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.-ril.1 in . fi..rl lir.-- tOi'. Hit- r. ... )r'
If ..ii wii! wrltf t.Hl.iv to Mull's
r ..- T.'i'l.- .-.:ii ;-.i r: . I Tlilr.l av,--
t;... k l-i.in l III.. .iii.I kIv,' ilnii;
k i t"- ii. .in.-. ..ii r -. i' .- II..- tirt
I..-HI. In,- witti full iiivl ru.-t i-iiiK. Th'in
i;n" ii! a i aii' .- t- .r.f v.n at
.'r . i ii-.- t : , t it l a woti.l. rful r n-,Is-
ii. I !!.. s iin.. r n ll i if a t i f i
t-. )n t .i u imv. iuly ! II your frit int.
Mall's Grape Tonic
l.Mllltrl ( urn
Tltr l boltlr t-uatiiliia mrnr
I y c lrft- t Iwtt-i. ror- Klsr.
I Itruu Slorrit,
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1 "9 i
lrFonal. $ar..Cal: totl. ;:2S.C37; tax.
Port Myron I-anils. $::2.i.1: loH.
$2237: ji. rsonal. $i::.727: t.nal. $'..
CI7: tax. $;.:. I7.1".
Ilarnj tr-n linds. $1!'S.U.".: lts.
$1.1.174: ptrs4ual. $i;2.:.17: total. $2u.-..-Csr.;
South Moline Iinils. $22.591: lots.
$l!7.'o.-: porsonal. ?t'.i.C57; total. $112.
9r.C; tax. $2S. 4.".
Moline Iuini!'. $14r,.r,o: lots. $1.
li9.Cl; personal. $ulS.lii: total. $2 -24.91;
lt.xl; Island InJs. $01.O: lots.
$2.1 !;.: p ronal. $7r.r..7si: tola!.
$2.07S.71i: tax. $231.S..3.0t'..
S..uth Kock Island In.ls. $12.",.2C:
lots. $".0;:2; personal. $37.o2; tola".
$i:..9ai; tax. $l..04.-..i'..
Black Hawk I otitis. $141,227: lot-,.
$22.f2:: prsor.aI. $29.1S0; t;.tal. $KC
".'.r,-. tax. $I.1.2s.n7.
C'o.l Vallf-y Uiiuls. $t.:..72l: fct.
$7.1I: h nonal. $17.i"!2: -otal. $S.;
.-.!: tax. $I.72f K..
Itural Lamls. $227,414: lots. :
tK-rsonal. ?."2iS: total. $2H0.222: tax.
Howling-I-ituls. $li1.".H2: lots. $1.
127: personal. $I2.'CS; total. $22.-..S'.i7:
IMsitiRton I-amls. $2:.4.002; lot
J2!.12S; personal. $'.n.079: total. $::7.-.
i7!: tax. $12,451.29.
An.lalusia In.ls. $49.27C: lots. $'.
SIC; personal. $1S.723: total. $74,917:
Buffalo Prairie Iind.-?. $172,277:
i.t". $1,279: personal. $29,208; total
213.924; tax. $9,590.51.
Drury Iinds. $142.4S2: lots. $1,159;
wTHinal. $22,779; total. $10S.42U; Cix.
Itallroml. Trlrphone mil TelPicraub.
Cordova Va'iiiaiion, $50,597; tax.
Co.' Valuation. $29; tax. $4.05.
t'anoe Creek Valuation, $21,527:
tax. $ 1 .051.74.
uma Valuation. $29,155; tax. $1.
Port Byron Valuation. $25,905; tax.
I lainpton Valuation, $174.h,24; tax.
South Moline Valuation. $lt2,472:
Moliiu Valuation. $171,095; tax.
Kick Island Valuation, $177.2 J2:
tax. $1 1.950.U0.
South Hock Island Valua Ion, $19.
'.19; tax. $1.1s0.0.
Black Hawk Valuation. $00,700.
Ceal Valley Valuation. $27.27i:
Itural Valuation. $275; tax. $10.01.
Bowling Valuation. $1S.72I: tax
l-Miiis;toti Valuation. $2S.19; tax.
Andalusia Valuation. $0; lax. .45.
Buffalo Prairie Valuation. $10; tax.
Totals Valuation. $945,172; tax.
DR. STEPHENS HELD
FOR DEATH OF GIRL
Returns Verdict of Guilty in
Sensational Lee County
The jury in the case of Dr. Wade
Stevens, which has been on trial in
t.ie circuit court of l't county in
I;xon for the past several days, gave
a verdict yesterday
which will send
Dr. Stevens to the state penitentiary
on an niiertneiiiaie bciuence. i ue
jury was out about six hours before
the decision was reached at
Sunday morning. The doctor, how
ever, expressed considerable surprise
at the severity of the verdict, as he
aa1 hoped to get oil quite easily.
The verdict is as follows: "We. th
j.iry. lind the defendant guilty of per
forming an abortion."
Since this verdict has been given
the attorneys for the defendant have
applied for a new trial and the aryu
;u :its for the new trial will be heard
by the court in aboTit two weeks. Dr.
Stevens had been Indicted by the
grand jury on a charge of murder, but
since the vtrdict of the petit jury
hae been rendered no new trial can
be comnunce.1 on the charge of mur
kier. Ihnry Barnhart. father of the girl,
who d:-d under the operation, now
expresses a great desire to have
Clyde Grove brought to Justice, as he
believes Grove primarily responsible
for the crime. Grove turu.d state's
Bent Her Double.
I knew no one, for four weeks,
when 1 was sick with typhoid and kid
ney trouble," writes Mrs. Annie Hun
ter, of Pittsburg. Pa., "and when I
got better, although I had one of the
best doctors I could get, I was bent
double, ami had to ret rr.y hands on
my knets when 1 walked. From this
terrible atHhtion I was rescued by
K'.ectric B.tters. which restored my
health and ttrt-ngth. and now I can
walk as straight as erer. They are
simply wonderful." Guaranteed to
cure stomach, liver and kidney disor
ders, at Hartz & Uilemeyer's drug
store. Prite 50 cents.
The reason that coughs and colds
produce constipation and weaken the
lungs is because they interfere with
all digestion. That new discovery
known oj Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar cures all conghs. colds, croup,
whooping cough and assists in expell
ing colds from the ssttm by gently
ntoving the bowels. It is p'ea5ant to
take and contains no opiates. Sold by
TALK OF HISTORY
State Association to Meet at the
State House, Springfield,
TWO DAYS IN SESSION
Several Numbers of Unusual Interest
by Prominent Persons on
The annual meeting of the Illinois
State Historical society will be held
tomorrow ami Thursday at the state
hou.-e at Springfield. An interestiug
program has been prepared.
The first of the literary sessions w ill
tie hehl tomorrow afternoon in the li
brary, beginning at 2 o'clock. At this
nutting papers will be read by Hon.
James Haines, of Pekin: Hon. J. Nick
Perrin. of Belleville, and by lie v. C. W.
Lcffingwcll. of Knoxville. 111. Dr. Lof
fingweH's. paper will be of great inter
est to the members of the Episcopalian
parishes from the fact that his subject
is the "Life of Bishop Philander Chase.
First Bishop of Illinois." Dr. Ifflng
well's name appears on the program
for Thursday, but by his request the
time of his address has been changed
Srnator 1'ullom Scnl HcjirclM.
The annual address will be delivered
in the supreme court room tomorrow
evening by Hon. J. P. Dunn, the emin
ent Indiana historian, secretary of the
Indiana Historical society and present
city comptroller of Indianapolis. His
address is entitled "Father Gibault,
the Patriot Priest of the Northwest
No citizen of Illinois has done more
for the state and for the northwest than
Father Gibault. He was in charge of
the church at Kaskaskia when Gen
George Rogers Clark captured that lit
tie French city then governed by the
Rnulish. The French citizens under
Father Gibault aided Gen. Clark in
throwing off the British yoke, and Mr,
Dunn will tell the thrilling story. Mr.
Dunnias consented to deliver the an
nual address before the society In the
piuc- or Senator dillom. wiio Had ex-
IH'cted to be present, but is unable to
do so because he is unable to leave
Washington at this time. He has writ
ten a letter to Hon. George N. Black
expressing his regret at being unable
:o be present.
Thursday afternoon a paper will bo
read km the life and public service of
Gen. .lames Semple by his granddaugh
ter. Mary Semple Ames Cushmun
Gen. Semple was a citizen of Illinois
who gave distinguished service to the
Ol.l KiiHknNkln Dny.
Thursday evening the last session of
the meeting will be held. At this meet
ing Stuart Brown, of Springfield, wtil
read a paicr entitled "Old Kaskaskia
Days ami Ways."
Since the society heid its last meet
ing in Springfield, the general assem
bly has recognized and made its work
u part of the official work of the slate
by making it a department of the his
A SWITCHMAN IS KILLED
John B. O'Leary, Employer hy
Kewance, Meets Fat.
John B. O l ary. a C. B. & Q
swuenman. living at Kewanee. was
killed t:ir' miles cast of Kewanee
some time Saturday night, probably
by a westbound train. His dt ad bkdy
was ht n lying in the ditch to the
north of the track early Sunday morn
ing by Engineer Chitty of Galesburg,
who was coming west on extra No. 79
A. His body was brought back to Ke
wanee where an inquest was hehl and
a verdict was reached that he was kill
cd by being struck hy a train or by
a fall from a train. . He was 27 years
old. and of good habits. His former
home was at Fontanelle. Ioa. but he
was horn at Monmouth.
Do Not Suppress a Cough.
When you have a cough do not try
to suppress it. but remove the cause.
The cough is only a symptom of some
disease, and the disease is what you
should cure, then the cough will stop
of itself. The most common cause of
coughing is a cold. Anodynes will
promptly suppress the cough, and
preparations containing chloroform
opium, etc.. are used for that puriKise,
but they do not cure the cold. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy, on the other
hand, does not suppress the cough, but
relieves it by removing from the throat
and lungs the mucous which obstruct
ed the breathing and allaying the irri
tation and tickling in the throat. It
also opens the secretions and effectu
ally and permanently cures the cold as
well as the cough. For sale by all
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured in
Morton I Hill, of Lebanon. Ind.,
says: "My wife had inflammatory rheu
matism in every muscle and joint; her
suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been in bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried the
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism. It gave
immediate relief and she was able to
walk about in three days. I am sure
it saved her life." Sold by Otto Grot
jan. 1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gustav Schlegel &. Son. 220 West Sec
ond street. Davenport.
Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain
T.a. See it esf rmincte the poison.
el ii revitalize the bioo l and brin
huck that happy, joyous feeling of by
gone dayt. cents, it a or tablets.
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
L . -
rkisa Carries Wilson. C4;!i
s-v.V barf , . j&Gfr
For Sale and guaranteed by Harper
strawberries! WILL BE
OFFERED IN FEW DAYS
the Purchaser Will Be Set
75 Cents! Per Box For
Strawberries will be offered on t lit,
local market in a few days and the
prospects are those who want to get
in on the first distribution of the fruit
for the season of . l'.tu.l will be taxed
75 cents per box for the luscious ber
ries. The Chicago men are making
good offers to t!iii local dealers, and
the indications that come direct from
the growers are that the prices will
be such that the fruit may be offered
The bringing of the berries to tin
local market in January makes the
season when the fruit is not offered
a short one. and there is little differ
ence between the time of the arrival
of the last crop home grown and the
first crop southern grown. Rock isl
and practically has three seasons .if
strawberries, the lir.-t beginning early
in the year when the frhit is shipped
from the south and i'i other two coin
ing after the first arrivals of the hot
bed grown fruit at home and the lung
season that is given by the Into grown
fruit at home, the date of the la.-t de
liveries the pat year ha villi? been
within a few weeks of Thanksgiving.
Licensed to Wed.
William I). Andras
Mrs. Jennie S. Johnson ....
. .: Milan
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Illinois (Vr.tml rn;i inta ins tli.ul!.-
iluily s-rviif. hi.I t;rmtts tie- lust it"
train!, witu 1 Urilnir k :ir. i ; .i.TVt -1 t .'
Cars, k'hair k'.us ;iul Sit piiitf i".i!;
1 rem k hieao. s.'- I."""-. ix inn:ili :ti.i
IjiuiLsville smitli t. N'.-w Orlk-ans. '1'in-lit-st
rtiatl fi.r ifie'ii ;:K iIk Wint.-r Thiii-
jt Itesi'.rtH f tin- snulli, int ln-li;'sr
MOW llllt.KtNS, 1( hMII lit..
II WAN V. I lit.
OI.ON. I'. M . til I.H'OIIT, Ml ..
IIMM(M). I. A.
M.inli (Iras at New OH-;i!i3 March 7.
Oulfptirt is a M -xi- an ruif t on:-:t resort.
liiivirK 1 1 n-.v. liii.- "k rt.it South' rn'
Hoti'. htfi msnij.i l.'.-ivi- Aw Orleans
i-vtry sa t iinlav at o rnoon lor iiavniia;
i-vny W.-iln.-s.lay nnrnlni; fur k'ntoti.
I 'ana ma. Keiriilar ot-tari w tta mU il .i i I-
Inkrs from X-w orleaim for M-xli-t. Cen
tral Amt-ri" a. Panama. W't-st. liulit x an, I
Kurk.jie. St-ritl "r ail for il-scriitive
mattt-r in r-ganl to rr.e auove.
HOT MMtlMi. AHKn I I.OKIIIA.
Daily Sl--piti Car without cliangfe.
liii-.tK t Jlot Sjrinu. tvith iitnnw
tioii.s at .!ei;:;ii i.s irom 'i n I n na 1 1 ant
Ttirt.uirli Ixl hiv.r ii--iunfr t ar
lint- ;. L.iui.s tt J.icknon vill. via NaU-
Mf. C'liattarioiKa anil Atlanta.
To'ir rf all M-.-xit-o. via Il'inoin Cen
tral Ii. It-, unti.-r enc-ort of Iteau amp
liell. general m.iriaijcr the Americari
Touri-it atisoeiat ion. yuiri'-v bnihl.n.
113 Alams street, i'tiieao. Itav-H fhl-
a-t Jan. 31. St !-t t t-lien tt ; l.uniti-il.
All ni-lufivi- iirivlU-kfeB, lnl'.;i.-nlent
travel. tMeei-'H -iiiini.in vewiiiiuie
train, klrawlnjr room.i. romvarimriuii. li
brary and inline room, w-iti. tri larpr. nt
liinins ear In th v.-orlil. aii'l tn f.i-
mou.H open-ip ooservaiion -ar. t.fiiii-
litil. Kr-eial batrgastf ear. Tickets m-clul-
all expenses everywhere. I
r.wlal lours fix sifTirti unu . aeror-
nia via the llllnoln f antral ami New.
Iirlianit under the anspict J of RaymiT'l
Vhiti-oml. will leve :h I'ii ri irl-
lav, Jan. 20 arul r l. in, r.r iiexifn nn
California, and r ri.lay. M.ircrt i. tor
California: this bmt to Include a t p-
nvf-r at New C'rlean for trie ;ianii
Uras. Knttr- trip rna-ie in hpe-iai rri-
v.ite -etlbule train or nni i-uiiman.
with dir.insr rar errl e. Fa lnalinsr
trif" -'nit-!te ir ev rv l .-i'l
llllroin 'eiiiri v.iy ni-irsnm'
k'alifornii Ktf"r!iii fir thr.infh
to jCt An'His -TH !in i raiir-iF-'.f.
follow: Vi-i N -v -r.-k an 1 the
rto'Hr.ern ii" - 1 m , ...... ...- ,
ktro: every T"-iti" fn.-rt '( n.-innati. '
vt Orr.-ha r,o "" "-eni-' ;:or very j
W'-dn.P'la v frr-r ri' -.-ir
For Inforrr-!.!!! n " : r.tns?
car reer-.'itiotis. -t".. 'Mr.f
G. A. SMITH. Com l Agcr.L,
329 Mala Mrrct, I'KOHIA, ILI-!
Sroiv t.liss YHson's ISalr
NOW at nil
GO ct tit ; au.l
a v.ul :-n.l
any one wh't sexiils thi:; ::l vt rti-t rant I 1 the CCrtOVvlton
Dai:Jeri7;a Co., ChCa)Of villi Ih.r. n. nu au.l a.l.!re .;
i".:al 1. :i et i.ts in t.iivk. r ;r i-'Minos to t .iy t.t.;;;e.
1 ii'i 's. s
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CHANNON,. PERRY 6c CO.,
Davis Block. Old 'Phone 1143. New 6148. 112 West Serenteenth BL
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE SOUTH?
DO YOU CAKE TO KNOW OF THE MAItVELOUS
DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN
THE GREAT CENTRAL SOUTH?
OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN
OR OLD ONES TO GROW RICH?
Do you want to know about rich farming lamls, fertile, well loeafeil, on
a Trunk Line Railroad, which will pro luco two, three and four cronti from
the same field each year, and which can be purchaHed at very low pricea
and on easy terms? About stock raising where the extreme of winter feed
ing is but six (G) short weeks? Of places where truck( Krowing and fruit
raising yield enormous returns each year? Of a land where you can live
out of doors every day in the year? Of opportunities for establishing profit
able manufacturing industries; of rich mineral locations, and splendid bus
If you want to know the details of any or all of these write me. I will
E'adly advise you fully and truthfully.
G. A. PARK, General Immigration and Industrial Agent.
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD CO.,
To buy Good r series cheap.
Read a few oi the many bar
gains to be found here:
can early June peas..
pkgs. seeded raisins..
pkgs. pancake Hour...
pkgs. Malta Vita
, . 8c
. . fee
pkgr. Cream Crisp...
lbs. pkg. washing powder.. 15c
lbs. seedless raisins
cans baked beans
large bottles ketchup...
large can baking powder
cans oil sardines
lb package baking soda.
N. P. F. NELSON,
2022 -h Ave. New 'Phone 6137.
AND WE CAN
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will raiiM' w liulr to spr n.t .'lit all r im i-:t), iiuJ
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for an tiile, after wbloU tw r t.:r::. ticu s a vk-k will
t i uoii ill t-i coiupli to v. h:iie.-r n.wkti you ilcMre.
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sizes, 25 cents,
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a 1. 1 r '1 f.-tntii.' ri- 1. v tetiuii mail to
he sees a comfortable home and,
as the cold weather approaches
thinks of keeping it warm.
Our method of steam, or hot
water heating will do the trick.
All about it here for a hint that
you want to know.
Chicago Dental Company
OFFICE 117'i SECOND AVENUE.
nd removal of nerves done by us. and
the best and most caretui treatment
given to all cases.
We have a patettt thin elastic plate
itb natural gums that fits In all cases
and when others fail. Ye use no cheap
material In our office, for our work Is
all guaranteed to be qual to the high
est priced dentists ar.d to bo first class
in every respect. Notice our price be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling f J25
Gold Platinum rilling .50
Silver Filling .50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Gold Crownr 221c, $4 and $5.... 4.00
Thin Elastic Plates 10.00
Best Red Rubber Plates 10.00
OFFICLI, 1G07V4 SECOND AVENUE,
Over 8peidel's Drug 8 tors.
DR. C. 3. MARSHALL