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T1TC ABOTB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1097.
Fabrlfhed D fly aad Weakly at 164 Second
Arenas, Boek lalsad.ni. Kntarsd at thepoet-
OSC M eaCOnd-ClaSS mstUT.
J. W. FOTTBB
TIKHft-Dall, 10 crate par weak. Weekly,
ft.60 91 tm nam; la Uiwm S1.S0.
All amnaleatioBa of political or arrnmeoia
tmckasacMr, sallnasl or rsllfloas, matt hare
real mm llrl fof pabllesUoo. Ke sock
article win ee prlnUd over Setltioof rlrnatnres
aiaaaiiailiain mllall nl (ram svery townabrp
la Bosk Island aoaaty.
THCMDaT, OCTOBBB 28, 1897.
The drouth in Weak Virginia Is
the wont known in a quarter ot a
Evakstoit now has a Carfew ordl
nanoe. That is getting pretty close
Mail advices from Valparaiso
state that prospects for the new
erop are very favorable, and that a
larger acreage had been sown.
Tbi report of the Interstate com
merce eomminion shows that of
011,722,737 passengers who travel
by rail, only 151 are killed In a year.
Tan betting In New York Is $250
to 1100 in favor ot the election of
Judge Tan Wyck, the Tammany can
dldate for mayor. 8traws show
which way the wind blows.
Taa fall state eleotions occnr next
week. The hotteit political fight i
are in iowa ana Ohio, where govern
ors are to be eleoted,. and in Ohio,
legislature that will elect a Unite
For the first time in many years
the city of Chicago has a cash bal
ance of something like 16,000,000 as
a remit of economical administration
and careful methods on the part of
Tus municipal eleciioa ia Greater
new I or takes piaoe next Tuesday.
Althoogh the democrats are divided
it Is probable that they will carry
the city by a round majority. Van
Wyck is the regular democratic can
didate, and Henry George is the
irregular democratic candidate
Both are Bryan men.
There never was a mere useless
piece ot business than the interna
tlonal monetary conference. Every
scnooi ooy in the country knew ex
actly what England would do, and
it was a poor piece of business sense
to 'spend $100,000 putting Johnny
duu on record, r.inus remarks a re.
publican exchange in Illinois.
That open letter of President
Blair, of the Bridge & Terminal com
pany, was duly presented to the
oonnoil yesterday afternoon, but
there came no particular explanation
of it. The publlo will, wait with
some Interest to see if the Davenport
mayor ana council are similarly ais
iinguisnea. surely air. Blair's wel
fare ia as safe in Bock Island as it is
in Davenport, and he should have
had no more occasion to publicly call
on one municipality ior protection
Locomotives are exported in large
Dumpers irom mis country, and
none are imported because Amerioan
locomotives are regarded as snperior
o aii omers at noma ana abroad
This, as well suggests the Qulnoy
niiuu, snows inai me lariu on loco.
motives serves no good purpose elth
er for protection or for revenue. But
let an Amerioan railroad company
uuuenaae to import ioreign locomo
tlves by reason ot their assumed
cheapness and superiority, and the
eompany would pay a 45 per oent
dnty on every locomotive imported
Should this duty have the effect of
keeping out foreign locomotives and
enable the American manufactures
to combine, as so many protected
srnsvs no eomnine, tne railroad oom
panv would indirectly pay the dnty
vb tarn noma maae looomouve.
Cordova, Oct. 27 Mrs. Brewster,
oi uuon. is spending a week with
F. S. Cool returned from- Peoria
Mrs. Coy. of Lyons, visited friends
nere last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kerr are vis
mM ik. y L a M
assay wsmwj ivr
sad prepared under tlx atrtamm
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f. id. Rkkter ACm flla Pearl St Sew lark.
wita raas mar " ai
31 i'.ZZlST GtZXS.
lSBrasoaBsasM. Ova Glassworks,
i mmiLtsrrta isa second
. ISOBnSBSTBS. -TOD ttrenad
. IX TXSXAS. 1 JJ Second
i tin R their ton. William And Jo
sepb, at Brooklyn, Iowa.
Mrs. A. u. Benway leu oarj
last for L'ocoln, Neb.
Mrs. Edith Brown and son, Haoia,
pent last week at Dixon.
j. v. maxweii speas a lew aa
hunting on the 'Docia last week.
William Johnston, of Morrison,
called on friendi here Friday and
u. Barnes ana ism nr. ox Haven.
port, are the gnests of Bev. and Mrs.
W. C. Roach.
Mia. F. S. Cool visited last week
with her (liter, Mri. C. B. Marshall,
at Book Island.
Milt May Picnco r',"ni' FriJiT
from Soatb Superior, Wii., titer an
extended visit with friends I here.
Tcdar at 5 o'c'eck at the home ot
the bride's parents will occur the
marriage ol Miss Baaie Johnston to
M. Beil, of Zama.
Beynolds. Oct. 27 Mrs. F. Frey
tag and son, Harry, were Bock Island
S. P. Ash went to Chicago Friday
vice f resident Cable took a trip
over tne road last Friday.
A. t. Kkatrom shipped a car load
of apples to Chicago Saturday
Seventeen cars ol stock went in on
the first extra train last Tuesday.
Miss ueorgia Sperling was shot
ping in Bock Island last Wednesday.
Mrs. John McDonald, of w joining.
111-, is visiting her father. James
Saul Harrison, of Hamlet, shipped
a car load of hones to Chiosgo Sat
mere was a ball at the opera ball
last Friday night, and a merry time
they had of it.
M. Schoonmaker attended the
State Grain Dealers' association
meeting at Peoria.
It is reported that Harry Harness
is about to trade his farm on Big
Island for a stock of merchandise in
O. E. Myers, of Hamlet, shipped
nis nousenoia gooas to rort Angles,
nash., ihursday. He intends mak
ing his home there.
F. S. Laflin, of Sears, bought 75
barrels of apples this week, for David
Sears, ot Searstown, to be shipped
lo norinern Minnesota.
The lumber for T. L. Johnston's
new house arrived last Monday. The
frame is now np and nearly enclosed
and it is going to be a fine addition
to our town, too.
Three cases of scarletina have
been reported here this last week
but all are recovering nicely, and it
is hoped that precaution may pre'
vent tne spread oi the disease.
xnomas Armstrong, residirg 12
miles north of Preemption, had the
misfortune to lose his large barn to
getber with five head of horses and
a large amount of grain by fire last
Thursday. There was f$00 incur.
ance on the barn, $850 on the stook
and grain and 1300 on the outbuild
ings, making a total loss of $1,950
for the Mutual Insurance company.
TATLOB BIOUB TOPICS.
Taylor Ridge, Oct. 27. Mrs. Fior
enoe Starkey went to Bock Island for
a few days' visit last Thursday.
uncle" James lay lor was in Rock
Charles Carothers went to Anda
lnsia Sunday evening.
Miss Iva Johnson was shopping in
bock isiana last Saturday.
David Clow, ot Davenport, was
visitor at S. P. Ball's over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Barnett vis
itea friends in Bock Island last Sun
Miss Eva Fox came home from
Edgington Saturday for a short
Bev. T. B. Johnson, of Edgington
visited friends in our little town
Mrs. Eckhardt and her mother,
Mrs. L. Saulpaugh, were shopping in
bock isiana ruesasy.
Mrs. Perkins, ot Milan, is visiting
wnn ner aaugnter, Mrs. William
Barnett, and family, this week.
Harry Hubbard came - out from
Rack Island Sunday for a visit with
nis iriena ana schoolmate, Charles
Mr. and Mrs. George Spickler and
family, of Andalusia, visited their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Spickler,
Sr., last Sunday.
There was a specisl meeting of the
isouri oi nonor at Mr. x. B. Xapp'
last vt ednesday evening. After the
business was disposed of several
honrs were spent listening to a mu
Peter and John Eckhardt sold and
shipped to J. E. Snare, of Wvomia?,
111., five swine, consisting ot a litter
ot four pigs and their dam. No
deabt they are the best Poland
Chinas ever raised in this section
the dam being one of the first
daughters of the great chief. Tecum
sen II. and her litter sired by the
sing oi roiana Uhlnas, Klever
SI S. Peoria St., Chioago, 111.
Jan. ii, 1896.
our working Woman's Home As
sociation used Foley's Honey and
rar. six years ago. aad are using it
today. It has always been a favor
ite, for while its taste is not at all
nnpleasant its effects are very bene
ficial. It has never yet disappointed
us. Wishing you all possible sue-
warn, sincerely yours,
Lacba G. Fixoir. Mgr.
For sale by T. H. Thomas.
stadia y A-t, ! at
JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN.
tfca Upper Eaal at Oanaty.
Joslin, Oct. 2" As a business
town in the upper end, Joslin takes
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hubbart are
back again from their trip - to Sac
piews comes that John Brown, son
ot Gregory Brown, has purchased a
farm near Cuba. Mo.
Mis Netty Moody, who has spent
the summer at her home in Kansas,
has returned to Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs John Searle are to be
congratulated on the arrival ol a
son. who mans nis appearance muu-
Boland Whiu siae, wno suserea so
much last suma er from rheumatism
and tried so many remed ies, is again
William Talcott. who went to Ne
braska 20 vears ago, is back on a vis
it. calling on old neighbors and re
Mrs. Oaell. who has resided at
Joslin a couple of years, has gone to
Conrad. Col., to reside and make her
home vith her daughter.
W. H. Whiteside is putting in a
new brick: cistern, which is to be
lined with cement. Eobert Savage
has contracted for the work.
Boy Dail?y, who is attending Hed
ding college at Abingdon, was home
Fridav last, ue is aeiigntea witn
the college ana surroundings.
One of our mends says:
were commanded to love onr neigh
bors, because we have no trouble in
getting along with everybody else."
It is now eaia tnnt tne reason cgpi
are $19 a dozen in the Klondike ii
because the hens have to wear seal
skin cloaks eight months in the year.
Farmers are bnildingcorn cribs,
cattle sheds, barns, and improving
their residences, so that it makes
the lumber and building trades very
Uenrv IM am mar 8 Bon, wno ieit a
couple of weeks ago tor parts un
known, returned the other day upon
hia bicvele singing "Home, Sweet
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hnbbart have
now gone to visit with their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murphy, who re
side at Astoria, 111. They will only
be gone for a few days.
Charles Heald, who baa oeen nav.
in? auite a siege as juryman in Rock
Island for Zi aays. was giau to come
home again Thursday last, so as to
resume his farm duties.
G. C- Wake, who has had a severe
spell of sickness, which partook of
the nature of inflammation ot the
bowels and other complications, is
now able to be around again.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Whiteside are
the proud parents of a bouncing boy
baby, wno ueroanaea recognition
Friday evening last. Verily our pop
ulntion in ramdly increasing.
Frank L. W ake'a sew barn is now
approaching completion, it being 38
by dl), VU loot posts, wmcn maies
one of the largt st barns in this vlcin
ity. Mr. Long is tne carpenter.
The fall term of the Rose Hill
school, which has been taught by Mr.
Sherman, of Rapids City, closed last
Friday for a 3-weeks' vacation. Mr.
Sherman will likewise teach the win
Bote Hill creamery is again run
ning every day. The stockholders
met Wednesday last to consider the
propriety of building a new residence
for tne nutter maker, xrana xaiDee.
They decided not to build at pres
The farmers all aronnd as are hav
ing a terrible time hauling water for
their stock, especially those who re
side on the bluffs. Quite a number
of farmers are boring for new wells
Luther Schafer is down 800 feet, and
still there is no water, and as the
drillers charge $1 per foot,
becomes no trifling matter.
OLD BARBERS ARE SCARCE
After Reaahlng 40 They finally Retire
or Enter Another Occupation.
"Did von ever notice" said a veteran
tonsorial artist, who had shaved New
Haveners since 1873, to a New Haven
Register man. "that yon only see a few
"Why is it?"
"There are a good many reasons,
answered the veteran knight of the
blade, "I suppose thefhief one is that
a barber's hand becomes unsteady after
be gets to be about 40 years old and be
ba tq give op. A good many barbers
drink hard, and that makes theiruervea
and hands unfit for service, and they
retire before tliey cut tnelr customers
throats. Still, I will say that in all mj
experience oi is years l never saw a
man badly cut by a barber, not even by
an accident for which the barber was
not responsible. "
"What becomes of the barbers after
"Oh, some of thejn go to the poor-
house, " he replied, with a twinkle in
his eye, "and some of them, who have
saved their wages, buy little places and
lire on them, perhaps running a farm.
Some of them, of course, go into other
business, pThape bookselling or else be
come insurance agents. I have beard of
barbers who gave up the business and
became butchers. This isn't such a wide
difference from their former business
(what are you laughing at?) as it might
seem. No, I don't mean that they learn
to carve people or even to skin them in
the barber business, but they learn bow
to handle a blade skillfully and they
make first class-meat cutters. "
To Car m Oold is Oh Dot.
Take Laxative Bromo Quine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25c
When bilious or costive eat a Caa
caret, candy cathartic, eon nana
toed. 10 cants, tt seats.
Sherrard, Oct. 27 The 15-month a-
old child of William Johnaoa. who
died ot diphtheria, waa buried last
William Terrell left for Lincoln.
j. x. jones ana Janes Haddick
were in Rock Island Saturday.
Dora Barrett and Miss Mamla
Thompson were at Cable Saturday.
Peter Higginson moved his famii
and furniture to Cable last Thurs
day. The Sherrard school house Is abont
complete, and will be opened next
Joseph Lees and George Jones, of
Coal Valley, were here Sunday visit-
soger Price moved hia familv and
household goods to Sock Island
Mrs. Frank Campbell, of Gilohriat.
was visiting with Mrs. Gurnev Far
Mrs. vr Martin and sister. Miss
Dome liee, were visiting friends
in cable Wednesday.
Mrs. John Neave and sister. Miss
Liseie Garrett, o. .is place, were in
bock isiana weanesaay.
jonn uorgan returned home Sat
urday alter two or three weeks at
rarmwgton, where he has been
ixeorge L,awson and familv and
Mrs. Alfred Haigh, of Cable, drove
through here on their way to Snnnv
U1A4 Ml !Ol iritJUUB.
Oscar Bloom returned home Fri.
day from Colfax, Iowa, where he haa
been working the past few weeks un
til tne strike was settled.
Mrs. Roger Price returned hnm
Saturday, after two or three days
visit with her sons. Thomas and
Joseph Jenkins, of Rock Island.
Promotion, Oct. 28 James Dnnn.
of Viola, is building a foundation
under a. u. Sherman's dwelling.
K. L. Carver raised Mrs. Beli'a
house this week.
John McPherren, ef Aledo, was on
our streets Tuesday.
Mrs. frank Lynch visited friends
in Milan Wednesday.
,f . a. luuuncui, oi nuoiine. waa a
DUsinesB caller here Wednesdav.
The painters are patting the finish
ing toucnes on J. is. utto's house.
Ed Hammond and Chris Steinhauer
were snerrara visitors Wednesdav.
Hammond Whitsitt, ot Ans-ustana
college, visited with his folks Sun-
C. V. Bradley, of Bock Island, waa
calling on our business men Wednes
Miss Josephine McEntire and sis
ters were callers in our town Wednes
nu. liiuin, oi stocK island was
here Wednesday evening bnyiog ap-
Several from here attended the leo-
tures given in Beynolds Sunday and
Monday nights. -1
The Misses Bertha, Maud and Belle
btephens, of Cable, were Preemption
w ill Mack, of Brown's Business
college, came home Saturday,
turning Monday morning.
Ed Hammond ia going to retire
i rum tne notei nnsiness JSov. 1.
There is a chance for somebody to
ibui n uuwi unit).
J. H. Shafer has sold his horse
and road wagon. He hasn't made
np his mind yet whether to go to
uuuega ur gat married.
rrank David returned from the
wild and wooly west Sunday evening.
He has been out there since March
15, but still thinks Illinois is all
Electric Bitters is a medicine anit.
ed for any season, but perhaps more
generally wnen tne languid ex
naustea feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
biliouB fevers. No medicine will act
more surely In counteracting and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion, con.
stipation, dizziness yield to Electrio
Bitters. 60c and 91 per bottle at
iiartz Ullemeyers drag store.
It Bits the Soot.
When suffering from a severe eold
ana your tnroat ana lungs feel sore,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar,
when the soreness will be at once re.
lleved. a warm grateful feeling and
noaunBj oi tne parts anectea will be
experienced and you will aay: "It
feels so good. It hits the spot." It
is guaranteed, ton. by T. H,
Car fas m Day,
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia radically cures in one
to three days. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and mviterinna
It removes at once the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
urat uose g roauy oenents. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotian. 1501 Second
avenue, druggist. Bock Island; Gust
aoniegei a son, west Second street,
Caaeareta Caady Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical discovery of
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel colds, cure headache,
rover, Habitual oonstlpatlon and bU
iousneaa. Please buy and try a bos
of C. C. C. today: 10, 25, 50 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to sura by all
tttn.'. 9 . -
mmamf J - vy-- mar
THE MAN WHO IS NOT NEEDED.
Tm sixty years of ace today.
And I have wwkfil and alaveA.
And some one ebie Khali presently
Get all that I have asTCd.
But it ia not
The simple thoneht
Of ffnina: that I dvpluro.
Tia this when I
In the cold earth lie
They'll think of me no mora.
I've labored on from day to day
With one bor in my mind.
Twos that when I waa laid away
I'd fravr a void behind
Something, yon know.
To always show
That I had lived and wrought.
But now at last
That dream is past
I've got to share the common lot.
I've thrown a f over off today
And rien from my bed.
For months I've bwn but helpless clay,
With wild thonghts in my head.
I'd fundfy thought
The mill would not
Bnn if I were not there to sea.
But it's kept right on.
Though I've been gone.
And that's the thing that saddens mo.
S. E. Kiacr in Cleveland Leader.
Th Key of Sheridan's S access.
General Horace Porter. In lf rs.m.
Daisroin? With Grant. in Tbn nnnr
says, after describing the battle of Five
Sheridan had that dnv fnnMit
the most interesting tactical battles of
me -war, aaimraDio in conception, bril
liant in execution, strikinelv dramatic
in its incidents and productive of ex
tremely important results.
1 said to him. "It seems tn m ib
you have exposed yourself today in a
maimer uaraiy justinablo on tne part of
a commander of
movement. " His reply pave what seems
to oe tne true key to bis uniform suc
cess on the field. "I hnva nnvnr in
life taken a command into battle and
bad the slightest desire to coiue oat
aiivo unless l won. "
A triple-deck freight car contalnlnc
3E0 does of all known and unknown
breeds Dassed north (lirniirh Kr.vM..
Point. Wis., bound for Alaska via Seat
tmCTIE ff FREE
TREATMENT gTO ALL
FDR WEAK MEft V MEM.
Kft RIONKV ix inviRrK. Wo
alerfal appllanre amsl acloatiAe rem
edies await on trial to mmr reliable
maa. A world-wide reputation back of
t his offer. Every obstacle to happy married
lire removed. Full strength, development
and ton given to every portion of the body.
No CO. I. scheme.
ERIE MEDICAL C0..t
stinruimpc9Gtu:c; ngwuu uarrier.
FFALO. N. V.
The Dingley Bill
After years of effort to se
cure to the public a guaran
tee oi Duying pure ana un
adulterated liquors, gave dis
tillers the privilege of bottling
their product in bond under
the direct supervision of the
government, ana requiring
that each package should bear
a stamp certifying the age and
quality of its contents. We
have secured the exclusive
agency for Clark's pure rye
bottled under the above con
ditions exoresslv for familv
and medicinal use. No med
icine chest should be without
an article that the public
r it w w
can luiiy aepena upon as
being what it represents. If
goods are not satisfactory on
trial tney may oe returned
On sale only at the
EM-EL Fnily Li;::r Stirs
1706 Third Avenue.
Istste of Henry Csntensea, stcil.
mhnstrstrix of the estate of Henry Car.
teasen, lata of the coaaty of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby glTea nolle
that she will appear before the aonnty court of
oek Island county, at the oSlee of the clerk of
said eoort, in the city ot Bock Island, st th Do-
Mmh.. n M W A .
w ' . w MCCSDR
aext. at which time all persona having clalaw
...... niaiu k. mum aiio reqassiea 10
attend tor ths purpose of having ths rams ad-
tiwt A .ii.... i ii. r. j . .
JBestsdto auks uaassdlata payaMntto taa i
Baud this SM day of September A. D.. MR.
uhcb turmiBii, airminsTfratnj.
Bealed Proposals Invited.
ealed Mda vrlll be teoelved at ths ofl" of
Draek Kerns, arcbltscts. Odd Fellow bnildlnK.
Bock Nland, 111., for the eon.iracllon of th head
oSre balidisg for the Modern Woodman. .f
America, ontil Honday, Sov. 1 197, sot laser
uHUDcnnm. a separate oias or pro
posals will be received for (nrnlahfoff th- k..-
lne and ventilation sppsrstns, for eievstnrs, for
plumblnr, for mantels and Sre Rrataa. for saa
and electric --'-r. and for paint decorations.
win www. itr, 1MJ, BL j u cmjcx nooai.
Plans may be seen at the oUtos of the arabi
teets on ana after Oct. IH tmn
The board of directors ot in Modsra Wood
mm reserve the right to reject aay aad all bide.
Bids most be sccompaaled with a centtsd check
of t vvr cert of the amount of taa Md nur.
aatee that the bloaer will eater Into cos tract and
gje soon aoa ssmaiem aoaV
Boilding to be Tr.iisu (act, aai to be Sre proof
throughout, saa) will ba three etoriee aad base
mest. The boiidinR will be of prtaaail brick
with terra eotia an stone trimmings, and will as
wv-wm mi taisaai, iiiieois
Bock Island. Ill, Oct. 14. 117.
Hsva yea Bora Throat, Plmplea, Oopper
UXcrrd Spots. Aebcs. Old Sores. Ulcers la
Mouth. Halr-ralllris? Write Cook Kkmcdt
Oa. 920 Masanle Tessple, Chleaco, III., for
proofs ot cures; capital. 8600,000. Worst
cases cored la IS to S3 dais. 100-pace
No need to go there for
when you can get it at any groce s
It Makes the Dirt Fiv
Bf ADS ONLY BY
THEN. K.FAIRB AN K COMPANY.
Chkcaco. 8k Lools. New York. Boston. Philadelphia.
8 REV. J. WESLEY MILLER, Cured of a Bad Cough. 9
Ma writes oa Mav 11. 1HST. I kai. Wm MMku h. ik . u wJ
J tbewmtetrstssoa AND this last winter bad a severe attack of kroorhitt oMea &
Z left me worse, traoseible. than before, bat alter tahivUirssSc boxes of Dr. Kay's
J LnnsBarm bsve beea eomplrtely cured. My wife bss rea twulkd lk tj
J as eiKht dats wiiboat the b iwela muvtag and haa bad to take aMdwiM constantly.
2 bat has never found any thing that has dons her so mask goad as
I DR. KAY'S RENOVATOR.
4v Sr has taken f oar tfe hoses, aa 1 wall tka h, has ba reniar aad haa
tf ! proved n htr Reseral bralth very neb. and I take plos-nrs In reoomrnradms;
. Dr. Kayw remedies to th.we w are afflictad "J. Wbklst Mnxaa. Pao at. k.
Cbnr b. Grandview, 111. Dr Ksy's Kenovs or raa cared M aaaay of the worst raaes
of DYSPEPSIA that we cooeid-r It a ipuclc for this dlnna.iv. and for proof we
refer all to tbe teailmoniars of woederfnl rurea rMaried to Mr boak. It ia
many bad caasa of MCAOACHf. aad whoa caaad by coaU atioa or dfuprp
sU It toeare to care every cee. la ttiu we se.leve H has eousi for headache
from whatever csose. It always caros
and kldne? complaints, aarvoasness, oea
nous, Diotcnee. ciansalar eolan
lotchea. glandalar eolargeaMnta, drny, RHEUMAYISMsna
It la eold by dru-t(ieu or eon' by
Kay's "Home Treatment and Valuable
Addraas Dr. B. d. Bay Medical
When You Put Up That Stove
You'll want a new part, a grate, lining, leg or lid,
perhaps. Bring us the old casting and we'll make a
new one at about half the cost in Chicago or elsewhere.
NOVELTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
Makers of Fine Light Gray Iron Castings, Patterns, Models, etc
PHONE ISM. - - N03. 828, 830, 832 TWENTY-FOURTH 8TBEET
"Cock of the Walk"
In the laundry business Is what our
patrons own us to be. So you cant
blaate us forlerowing when ws have
won the rlcnt on your shirt front,
collars, cuffs and shirt waists. We
to the best work In town, and are
looking for your bundle. Shall we
gent, log phone 1214.
1TM Tbtrd Ave. Fbonaltla.
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