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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY.-OCTOBER 23. 1000.
8 iO Men In the Limelight 'REALLY LOST HER JEWELS Anna Held Be Poorer by BKK TI BKKMAN Vl.- i iinor. ;kmax wtn- THU1. govern or or rorio Hic, was wanted very niu-h by Sec retary Taft ilia Mn-eessor io tli teiu jMrary rulership of Cula. President lHsevelt. however, -oin-luded That he could not be spared from Porto Uio. lie Is one of the few Americans who, like Taft. Matrix hi. Ile mid Wriirht. Iia e had sj.et-ial tr:t:ni:ig iii tin- ailministratiou of Insular :i flairs ami haw de elid abil ity iu thU field. Jud::t- Tafi knew his abiliiU-s through association with him In tin- Philippines. He is descended from liuhert Wiut hnp. fiit ui ernor of Massachusetts, and was born in "e Virk thirty-two year airo. lie graduated from Harvard in 1MT and from the Harvard Law school in l'.K. lu NiiVfiiilicr. l!m. In- was appointed pmvate secretary to .imrre I aft. then governor of tin- l'hil.pp:nc. in tiich capacity served i:n;il July, i;ul. When lie was made assistant executive h-.Tetary oT t'ie I'bihpi i ne Islands, lie held that office until August. I'.Mtt. and lu course of hi incumbency was uct Intr fXH-ulin' sh. -ret a ry of thr Philip pines froui t ietnbt-r. 1!C to April. l'.MCJ, und froiii Nov o:ii!.-r. l'.to::. to May. 114. when he was made j mitre the court of tirst instance. A few weeks later President l:.Mevelt appointed Lim ko i-riior of l'orto Kic.. and he was Inaugurated on July 4. His wife was Miss Milsa l:is Wood of New Vork. Oovermn- Winthrop's administration of the affairs of I'ort l:ic. in tin past two years has resulted in marked de velopment of the resources: of the Is land and the abil.ties .f its people. He Is the one hundred and twenty-fifth irvernr of Port Ui-o. Tl:e first was Jlitll Ponce de I.e.ill. tile i'oliiUerur. who assumed ofh-e March !'. l.Mn. Timothy L. Woodruff, former lieiiteu nnt governor of New York, who was recently chosen chairman of the Ite pubii. aii state committee in place of -( lovtTuor Ode!!, has a en tup in the Adiroudai Us to which lie is very much devoted. Mr. WoodrntT. though now of middle is .piire well preserved and youthful lookuisr. a f.n-t due larpely to his athlete- habits ami fondness for life In his mountain re treat, lie is a jrreat entertainer aud of ten takes I irtre par ties of his friends to the Adiroii d a e k inilup. n one im-cu-!!! there were in the company two Albany legislators who were. TfMoTii v i.. woon- poker fiends. I'oker mn: Is eschewed at the Woodruff eamp. tut tin pleadings of the two legislators were of siii-h a character that Mr. Woodruff finally yielded tj them and allowed tiiern to star? a game, but did not play himself until he had been urp-J .so vigorously that he thoujrht It Would be boorish to refuse. The sequel came the next morning. One of the party was asked how long they playiii and how they came out. "We played until 1 oVlo-k. and Wood ruff ;rot all the money." was the reply. Claims to $297,000. I Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 2.0.. Chief of Police Kohler has had a lare force of i detectives busy trying to run down an 0 alleged theft of a satchel containing li-enis sinil nuniev to the amount of secretary of war in tlranfs cabinet and $2ft7.nun that was reported as having also attorney general, and he served, a heen stolen from Anna Held, the ad minister of the I'nited States at the ress. who is appearing here. At first courts of Vienna and St. Peters- tne chief was inclined to believe it buii,'. All the family seem to was ., ,)rPSS agent's yarn .but Flo Zieg- have had a genius fe,(, husband of the actress, insisted for the law. Three Iha, ,his WJls a b(jn;l fi,,H robbery, and sons ot twain s war secretary and at- ' torney general have ; attained distinction at the liar Charles V.. William H. and Henry W. The first named. who was born in 1N4:t. former ly practiced law ill Cincinnati and was a member of con gress from Ohio. He Is now editor and proprietor of the henky w. taft. Cincinnati Times Star. Secretary Taft. who used to be best known as .ludge Taft. has been Judge of the superior court of Ohio and of the I'nited States circuit court, and his abilities as a jurist are such that it Is conceded he can have a place in the I'nited States supreme court If he wants it. Henry V. Taft is a leading member of the New York bar and has leen a Republican nominee for justice of the state supreme court. He Is at present active iu the interest of the nonpartisan Judiciary ticket which has been placed in the field by t he members of the bar of New York. Like the other brothers. Henry W. Is a native of Ohio and a graduate of Yale. The late May or Strong of New York appointed him a school commissioner, hut his activity In Mlities lias generally been confined to matters connected with his profession. liie pretty actress really wept as she told about it. According to their story, the satchel was taken from a state looni on a Pennsylvania train as it lion red the Woodland avenue station yesterday morning. NO GBE AT SUCCESS WILD WITH Simole Life Triad by German Philosophers Found Lacking. WENT TO SOUTH SEA ISLAND Lived Naked and Ate Only What They Found Crowing Wild, But Had Troubles. THE MARKETS. Chicago, Oct. 2::. Following market tpiotations today Wheat. December May. 7' July, 7;h. I )i ernber. May. :!'h. .Inly, ::'. I eet mber. : May. ::i. July. ::2'L. : January. L! May. i::.Tl'. October. .la una ry. May. s.L' October. January. Mav, T.r. are the -.' '-r,' I - . I.'N. i s. VS. 77 !i. is. 77, ''. ii. Corn. A-Kj. 2. I2;. r.i. 4::. "i::. 14. V--h. 14. Oats. :t2-. ::24. '''" :-. ::v ,. ::i"4. ! i'i Pork. r.7. i::.i;i'. t:.::. v.'.x.-i 1 i::.7n, i::.72. !.i".2. !.7'. !.2. Lard. S.L'O. S.L'L'. S.17. S.-.'L'. S.L'."., S.L'l'. S. s.::o. s.:;o, s.7. s.::u. Ribs. 7. b". 7.4J. 7.::7. 7.12. , 7.;o, 7. ""., 7.;. In the balloon race from Paris for the ititfrti.-ittort'il :uroiia ut ic cuo there were i t iMii- er. Hotrs ett over ...ouo. lagni i. o.co Receipts today Wheat corn oats 271. hogs 2n.niM, cattle s.:uo. .sneep .unit. Hog market opetu'd weak to ."ic low- two so crillt-d American" entries. from making a M. SAM OS-IUMOX T tenant Prank P. Lahm. who won the cuo with his balloon I'nite.l States, is :ui American, and the famous aero naut who has done s much to promote an interest in navigation of the air, M. Alberto Santo-; Dumoiit. was entered as an American. His balloon, the Two Americas, met with an accident aud was tints prevented g od showing in the race. M. Santos Du niont had to land on the coast of Norman dy instead of at tempting the cross ing of the English channel. Lieutenant Lahm and M. Santos Dtitnont represented the Aero Club of America. But the lat ter is a Brazilian., and the fad that hffi was classed in the race as an Ameri can shows the tendency to broaden tin term lieyond its customary meaning. Ordinarily the term "American" is equivalent to "citizen of the 1'nited Slates." but of recent times Canadians, Mexicans and even citizens of South American countries have been putting !u claims that they, too, are Americans. M. Santos-Dnmont has been a good deal in the I'nited States aud may be supposed to have imbilied the pau Ameriean spirit. lie has also lived so much in Paris and is so much identi fied with Trance that many people have taken him for a Frenchman. Iu 1SM2 M. Santos-Dumont made this statement: "In ten years I firmly ex pect that there will be a line of airships crossing the Atlantic ocean at such n rate of spiisl and with such a degree of c-oiufort that the present dav ocean and butchers i.liaTi ' JHtffi '...",. rough heavy " "It was the only way I could get j iim.rs. magnificent as they are. will them to In-d," was Mr. pluliatioii. Woodruff's e- Chailes L Courtney, who is to re main at Cornell as permanent coach of the university crews, bus coached the lthuca o;.ruieii to victory so many times that it takes an expert in ath letic statistics to tell when the college has won on the water without Court ney's help. He is generally acknowl edged to be one of the greatest oarsmen of his time. He Is worshiped by Cor nell lxys today, th nigh his path at Cornell at first was anything but rosy. Courtney was lioru on Nov. i:;. 1S4!. at I'nioii Springs. N. V.. a little tow n near the north end of Cayuga lake. His father was a f uruier. Charles was the youngest of seven children and was but six years old when his father died. He seemed In love with the water from infam y up. When he was six years old he learned to swim, at seven he had learned to row, and at twelve he built himself a lioat. At fourteen Captain John Carr tHii.'ht him how to sail, and Courtney refers to him as being responsible for the great interest he has always taken In aquatic sorts. When Courtney was a yufif man he read in a magazine f MaHJrepor's It d Itoy canoe, and with a boy friend he set to work to build one like it. There was no money and no lumber, but they built the lioat I treuings in a cellar. races with that loat. and tins was beginning of his career as a racr, C H A Ki.fcS K. CO L KT-.NEY. seem fitted only for freight carriers or for people iu search of health which comes from making a journey on the sea." That was four years ago. There are now but six years more for the fulfill Liieut of the aeronaut's prediction. mixed good heavy (a ;.m. Cattle market opened steady. Sheep market opened steady. Hogs at Omaha ::.7"n, cattle ::.7. Holis at Kansas City lo.ooo. cattle I.X.- ooo. V. s. Yards. S:4o a .in. Hog market weak to .Ic lower. Light i;.ortrn;.4.". mixed and butchers UJCiTi i;.r.t. good heavy ."..ieiT tl.r.o. rough heavy 7M"t? r,.lo. Cattle market steady. Beeves ?..Wn 7.:in. cows ami heifers .i Lfi, stock ers and feeders 2.rir'fi 7.Ht. Shee) market steady. Hog market closed weak to r.c lower. Light "..no'? r..4r. good heavy rt.s.'i'fi i;.."o, mixed and butchers f..nrifi ;..".i). rough heavy 5.S."i Ti r. in. Cattle market closed steady. Sheep market closed steady. New York Stocks. New York. Oct. 2:5 Cas S!U,. I. P. 1S4. P. S. Steel preferred Mil. I'. S. Steel common 47:l. Heading lil7s. Hock Island common 2i:,. O. A: W 4 .I?. Sou them Pacific N". Y. Ctntral i::o',. Missouri Pacific !". L. & N" 1 in-. Smelters 1 C. F. I. Cana dian Pacific 17.".',. Illinois Central 17':. Penna 111. Krie li,. T. C. !. lf.SU. C. & O. ."7Vi. H. H. T. 7S3. B. & o. IID'k. Atchison I'M7,. Locomotive 7.".. Sugar i:.::ib. St. Paul 17 Pi. Copjier 114'!;, Republic Steel preferred JS. Hi public Steel Ky. ::;. ommon Southern Secretary William II. Taft, who now on.b!tie the duties of head of the war department with those of provisional governor of Cuba, is not the only mem ber of hi family who has won dis tinction. His father, Alfonso Taft, waj The storv of how Mrs. Langtrv lost the favor of King Kdward VII. when he was Prince of Wales by playfully dropping a chunk of ice down his back at a dinner party has often lieeu told But few have heard how Sir Thomas Lipton, who is now in this country try ing to arrange for another international yacht race, won his majesty's gratitude by a somewhat similar performance. It seems that for some time past King Kdward has suffered from freipient out breaks of nose bleed ing and on occasions. tiR. when the conse quences were pecul iarly embarrassing and awkward. More thau once he has lieeu obliged to leat a hasty and any thing but dignified retreat from a house party dinner table with a handkerchief dapped to his olfac tory organ. His phy sicians, who might easily have checked a more distressing malady, were una ble to stop It. One day the king was dining with Sir Thomas Lipton aud the royal nose liegan to spout as though It had Ifceii tapped by a prizefighter's fist. "If your majesty will permit me, I think I can stop it," said the baronet. "Jo ahead and try," said the kiujr. He won many j "and If you succeed it will prove that i ml this was the , rou are cleverer than my doctors." It was then that Sir Thomas dropped a bunch of keys down the royal hack and the nose bleed inir soon ceased. The j king expressed his gratitude. J "The credit belongs to -my mother,' . aaid Sir- Thomas. "She stopped nsy nose bleeding that way many a time. -st v - Silt THOMAS UPTON. LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live Stock. Feed and Fuel. Hock Island. Oct. 2:'.. Following are the wholesale quotations in today's market: Provisions and Produce. Live Poultry Spring chickens, $.'!.oo lo $4.00 per dozen; hens, per lb., 8c; ducks, per ll., 11c: turkeys, per lb . 13c; geese, per lb., 11c. Butter Dairy, 2ic to 22c. Lard 10c. Vegetables Potatoes, new, f.ile to (UH-. Kggs Fresh, 22c. Live Stock. Cattle Steers. $2..r,o to $r..00: row's and heifers. $2.n to $,"..(10; calves, $4..ril to $7.n. Sheep Yearlings or over, $2 'o $": lambs, $4.00 to $G.50. Hogs Mixed. $.",..r.rt to $(1.23. Feed and Fuel, drain Corn, fine; new, l.'c; onts. 22c to :;::c. Wood Hard, per load Z to $5.C0. Forage Timothy hay, $i:? to $14; prairie, $10 to $12; clover, mixed. $12 to $13; straw, $0 to $7. Coal Lump, bushel, 18c; slack, per bushel, 10c to 12c. An Awful Cough Cured. "Two years ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia, which left her with an awful rough. She had spells of coughing, just like one with the whooping cough and some thought she would not get well at all. We got. a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy, which acted like a charm. She stopped coughing and got stout and fat." writes Mrs. Ora Bnssard. Bru baker. III. This remedy is for sale by all leading druggists. Berlin. Oct. The "simple lil'i proved loo complex for the group of Herman authors, painters ami p'.iilos ophers who tried to follow it on the Is land of Kabakon in the Bismarck archipelago. 1 hey were eager to start lift afresh under physical conditions approximat ing those of primitive man. They form ef a colony under the name of the "Sun inotners. in allusion to iiieir wish to enjoy permanent sun baths in the cos tume of Adam. Their fitful ;ls to In limited to nuts ami fruit. Their labor was to consisi ot tilling the land and tending their herds. Itrit-f ii l iim Simple. I lie enterprise proved as bru t as it was simple. Hen Lutzow, the author and Heir Kngeihardt. the philosopher. have died from the combined result of exjiosiire from not wearing clothes and exhaustion from inadequate diet. Thi natives killed Heir Bettman. the phi losopher.' The others have returned in despair to civilization. Thi- Sun Mrothers founded their col ony on the island of Kabakon. in tin South Pacific, in 1!m2. The leaders were August Kngeihardt. a vegetarian, physician, and philosopher of Munich. and Max Lutzow. musical director of one of the Berlin theaters. Nonulil I'rei-ilioii from III. Kngleliardt's philosophy was tin simple life. Me Delieved in file in the tropi-s. where man could go naked eat nuts and fruit, drink only water and work" only when he felt inclined. Such a life, he believed, would mean absolute fret dom from sickness and Would enable those who lived it to car ry nut great ideas m literature, arts. and t he. sciences. A number of authors, painters and writers, converted to Kngleliardt's phi losophy, agreed to put it to a practical lest. The spot chosen for the new Kden was the island of Kabakon. in German New Guinea, and belongs to the New Lunenburg group, which is situated in the Bismarck archipelago, between New Pommern and New Mecklenburg. It is one mile from Herbert shoehe. the seat of the government, and half a mile from Mioko. I I ili-ill Split. The island is an ideal Kden. It is. in fact, one big eocoanut. banana, and pa paya plantation of 7.M)o trees. 1;." acres in size, with extraordinary fertility, ami bearing incidentally all the other fa mous tropical fruits, mangoes, bread- stuffs, pineapples, oranges. lemons, and has a good annual crop of sweet pota toes, too, yams, taron, sugar cane, tal lia nuts, gallip. ami other tropical oddi ties. Knglehardt and his companions es tablished themselves on the island and lived up to their theory. They went naked. They ate eocoanut s and fruits. They bathed in the sea. They lived in the sunshine. I'vents proved that man needs more thau coeoanuts and sun baths to sus tain life. Great Britain's Educational Bill. There is a temporary suspension of hostilities in Great Britain over, their educational bill, but which is sure to break out again when parliament meets this winter. The agitation has surpassed in duration, intensify and bitterness that of any other public question, dating back w 1S7n. It was in isr:: that llostetter's Stomach Bit ters was First compounded, and it suc ceeded because if contained true merit ami deserved to succeed. It has been I he ftan lby in thousands of homes be cause of its efficacy in cases of dys pepsia, indigestion, nausea, headache, costiveness, billiousness. cramps, flat ulency, bloating, poor appetiie, colds, chills, female ills or general debility. We hope every sick man and woman will take i he hint and try a bottle at once. You'll find il the best stomach medicine you've ever taken. Insist on llostetter's. L. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured. Wagner, wholesale druggist. Hieh- If an article is imitated, the original Is always best. Think it over, and when you go to buy that box of salve to keep around the house, get DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It Is the original and the name is stamped on every box. Good for eczema, tetter, boils, cuts and bruises, and especially recommended for piles. Sold by all druggists. mond, Va.. says: "I had a fearful at tack of sciatic rheumatism; was laid up almost two months; was fortunate enough to get Mystic Cure for Ivheu matism. This cured me after doctors' prescriptions had failed to have any effect. I have al?o heard f fine results from others who have used it." Sold by Olto Orotjan, 1501 . Second avenue. Rock Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second streeL Davenport. Can you win? You realize that to win in anything these days, requires strength with mind and body in tune. A man or woman with disordered di gestive organs is not in shape for a day's work or a day's play. How can they expect to win? Kodol for Dyspep sia contains the digestive juices of a healthy stomach and will put. your stomach in shape to perform its im portant function of supplying the body and brain with strength building blood. Digests what ymi eat. relievea indiges tion, dyspepsia, sour stomach, palpita tion of the heart and constipation. Sold by all druggists. ITCHING HUMOR Eruption Broke Out in Spots All Over Body Caused a Continual Itching for Two Years Doctor's Medicine Did no Good Cured at Expense of only $1,25 and Now THANKS CUTICURA FOR COMPLETE CURE " "Some time ago I wrote yon for a book on the Cuticura Remedies and received it O. K. and went and bought the Soap, Ointment, and Bills. They did me more good than any medicine 1 ever used. They cured me of my skin disease, und I am "very thankful to you. .My troulile was eruption of the skin, which broke out in sjots all oyer my body, and caused a continual itching which nearly drove me wild at times. I got medicine of a doctor, but it did not cure me, and when I saw in a paper your ail., I sent to you for the Cuticura book and I studied my case in it. 1 then went to tliel rug "store and loiiglit one cake of Cuticura Soap, one ixx of Cu ticura Ointment, and one vial of Cuti cura Bills. lYoni the first application 1 received relief. 1 used the first set and two extra cakes of Cuticura Soap, and was completely cured. 1 had suffered for two years, and I again thank Cut it nra for my cure. If you wish, you may publish this. Your friend forever, Claude X. Johnson, Maplu tirove rami, R.i. D. 2. Walnut, Kuu., Junu 15, l'.HJo." ITCH ! ITCH! ITCH! SeuATi it! Sckatcii! Sruvrt u! Tin's is t he condition of thousands of skin-tor-turcd men, women, and children, who may Ik; instantly relieved and speedily curttl by warm baths with Cut icura Soap and gentle applications of Cut icura Oint ment, the great Skin Cure, and mild doses of (-tit icura Resolvent Pills, when physicians und all else fail. Sulil tiiruiiylixnt tl-riU. Ciitli ura Suap, 2.V.. oitit-tiu-nt, '""-., Iv hilv-i t, i h form ol Ctun oinif I'l-iitJ I'i.l-, !!'' vial ti M, iuk huu of ni! ilriHVi'!- .V .il.irir wl iiftfli :lir-l. JVtl-r Orug Ciiflu. I t... Suit Ul Maiit-J Five. "All .twut tlic Skin, Scalp.and 1 lair." Homeseekers, Excur sions to the South and Southeast VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY In connection witk QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each month to all points in Tennessee, Ala bama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia. Florida, Mis uissippi, Louisiana, and to points in southern Virginia, except to certain commercial center in states named. RATK One first clasi fare plus $2 for the round trip. LIMIT Thirty days from date of sale. STOP-OVERS both going and returning. Excellent train ier vice. For particulars and literature write: G. B. ALLEN, A. G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. S. II. llARDWTCK, Feenger Traffic Manager, Washington, I. C. J. H. M CULLOIKIH, N. W. P. A., 225 Dearhorn St. Chicago, 111. W. R. TAYLOR, General Passenger Agent, Washington, D. C. III -SOUTH' only: RAILROAD EQUfPPEDvWITH AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC j BilOGK SIGNALS QUEEN &CRE5CENT' rj rm SOUTHERN RAILWAYS FRO it CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE To a!l important Cities Suth, Southeast &Southwst For Inf'.Trmutiori A.Urrss W. A. HECKLER. N. P. A. 1U Monrii" St., Chicago, IU. f. A. C ARB ETT. GETL MGR., W. C.BINEARS0N, CP. A., Cincinnati. JOHN FOLK & CO. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Dealers In single and double strength Blinds and Mouldings, Veneered and Hardwood Floor ing of all kinds. Dealer In single and double strength Window Glass, Polish ed Plate, Beveled Plate and Art Glass. 311 AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STREET. r g m m g i r Z g m m MY MONEY NEVER RUNS OUT 0 0 0 0 0 i' WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING, SELLING. OR EXCHANGING SECOND HAND GOODS I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PART OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN TO KEEP MY WORD. FOR I PLAINLY SEE IT HAS MADE ME MONEY AND FRIENDS. COME FEARLESSLY AND DEAL WITH ME. AL THOUGH A CRANK I LOVE TO PLEASE YOU JUST THE SAME. I ACTUALLY HAVE PEOPLE THAT TRADE IN MY STORE THAT HATE ME. WHY DO THEY TRADE WITH SUCH A MAN? PURE AND SIMPLE, THERE NEVER WAS A SPOT LIKE IT, THAT CAR RIES $10,000 WORTH OF SECOND HAND GOODS. SO NOW WHEN WE WANT ANYTHING WE WILL ALL GO DOWN TO JONES' SECOND HANDED STORES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOTH PHONES, THE OLD AND THE YOUNG ONE. I DON'T CARE WHETHER YOU READ THIS AD OR NOT. I AM STILL THE MEANEST MAN IN TOWN, AND YOU CAN'T STOP ME FROM WANTING TO BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS, SELL YOU HOUSEHOLD GOODS, STORE YOUR GOODS, AND MAKE YOU A LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS SOLD ON PAYMENTS. GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION. SO COME AND MAKE JUST ONE LITTLE DEAL WITH ME FOR A CONVINCER. I THANK YOU FOR READING THIS. WILL BUY MORTGAGES AND NOTES. MAKE SMALL LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. OPEN EVENINGS. J. W. JONES. 1623 2d Ave. 0 ESTABLISHED 183-1. 4 I , . .mm , v..- v. v..- v.; 0 . ROCK ISLAND, ILL. CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST. He Is the old reliahle Eix-cial'st, established iu Davenpcrt 12 years. Dur ing that time over lifty specialists have cmue here fnd remained from a few weeks to a few years. They took your money and U-ft nothing but brokeu promises. Dr. Walsh Lai remained "uere long enough to prove bis cures are permanent, for the people he cured 12 years ago have remained cured. X-RAY "AW EXAMINATION FRCC - v -i V:t mmmm YOU CANNOT GET A SURE CURE ANY , , f , PLACE ELSE. Don't waste your time trying others, fcr you can not get our treatment at any other place, as most of our appliances anil treatments are the re sults of our own study and invention and you cannot get the same results without them. See our new gigantic Static X-Ray machine. It is a wonder. We tise all forms of electricity, vibration and violet rays. Call and see a thoroughly equipped institute. Consultation, Inspection and explanation free and cheerfully given. REMEMBER, our treatment is the best and the cheapest. Don't pay your money for inferior treatment when the surest is the cheapest. Our guaran tee is backed by 12 years of success right here in Davenport and thous ands of cured and satisfied patients. Do business like a business man go where you can get the best for your money if you are not sure, In vestigate, and be 6i:re you're right, then go ahead. WOMEX suffering from nervoui exhaustion, headache, backache, constl-' pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of bis vast ex perience. MEN, we cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinar' and bladder diseases, hydrocele, nervous debility and epecial weakness, kidney, heart, liver, stomach and intestinal diseases. Varicocele removed in one treatment, painless and bloodless. Keep your money in your pocket until you see It removed. Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical Institute, 124 Weit Third street (near Main street), Davenport, Iowa, Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4:30, and 7 to 8:80 p. m. Sundays from 10:30 to 12 a. m. Healthy Bath Rooms ft VT1 Good plumbing means pood health and this com bined with modern sanitary fixtures helps to keep the doctor out of your house. "tauiitHr Porcelain Enameled plumbing fixtures make healthy bath rooms, are sanitary and have a beauty all their own. If you intend making bath room im provements, let us show you samples of this famous ware. We guarantee pood work, prompt service and attention no matter how small or how large yo.ir job. C II ANN ON & DUFF A 111 West SrtreMtli MtTwV -yF r. BARGAIN RATE TO California andlhe Northwest DAILY UNTIL OCT. 31 VIA ROCK ISLAND LINES. SHI .OO u"m ll"'k s,:M"1 '"s An;;el.-s an.l S.m 1'i.in- , eiseo. w SI50.00 l''"1" Kock Maud in I'nril.tiiil. Taci.nia and Se ;i 1 1 If. Ticket.-! Rood in Free Reclining Cli.iir Cat or in I'nl'inan Tourist Sleepers on pa.vnu'iit nf herth rale. The Rock Isiiind olT'-rs two i;oid imuisi routes lo file Pa- cifio coast. Daily through service from Chicago aud from Si. Ixiiis, both wa s. lllusl Titin isl tiv .1 . l.-r ;nul lull ill;iiN n LH' and s-rii-- i j i i-i'i-sl. F. II. PLUMMER, C. P. A. Rock Island, 111, 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 i.t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0