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THE ABQCJg, SATURDAY, DECEMBEli 4 1897,
Cow Many of Them Hat Quietly
Obtained Adrlo Tha Uadw
My sinter. If yow find that la spite off
following faithfully your faavly doe
tor a advice, you are not (rrtUujf well,
why al you Bot try another euarse 7
Many an.l ataay a woman has quietly
writtca to Mr I'iakbam, of Lynn,
Mann., atat'.nf her symptom, plainly
ad clearly, and taken her advice, which
we, promptly received. TW fwJIow
ng letter la a
oar claim, t
M I had beet
kick fur aii
SJK-S fi tola saw I
ZvL nTJ wualdhave
Would set well, t had female tnwiblea
la their wnet for, suffered aatold
r'nlv every mouth ; mr wwab tipped
Vark t air WkU ne. ha-l kal.rhe,
Braterla, fainting itcUej, tea
"My fvvt and hand, were e-Jd all
tha time, mr limb, were an weak that
I ana Id hardly walk imonl th boose;
Wan tntuhled with anmH arwll. 1
hare taken fir Wtl.anf I-ydi E
rink horn Vrtrrtstile I nmrmsl, erne
tNittlenf her r.ll PnHlk-r. one park
aire ( her Sanative sh, and in
entirely cured. I hire avt had ooe
f tli.we B'nuh spi 1U 'mrr. ua TO
wonder that I ainif the praise, of a
Btedicin that Hatmml nrevf alttrteaa
111, T Ma". U t I t Us,, 0O l!er
Burnt St. Urotktoa. ..
3:0 Twentieth St.
Minnesota Tatant Hour, war.
ranted, per rack fl.SO
(iranalaUd Sugar. 19 pooadi... 1.00
Hark wheat, N,w Tnrk. per sack lc
Nary Beaaa. hand picked. C
in art, 55c
Scotch poa,, a quart, 25
Cora starch, per parka? 6c
Starch tilosa, 3 pound box Ifte
United Data. It pounds 2e
Cracker, soda, a pound 6c
Uiagar Snaps a pound 60
Naw Ml nee Meat, a package... 3
lata, a pound package 6c
Traaaa, New Callforaie, a pound
0, e, fit and Iflr
Ratilna. tew. a pound 8c
fl Peaches, S-paund cans. 3
Kd Cherries, 4 can, 26c
Cora. 4 caaa 26e
Tomatoa. aw, 3 raot 26e
Salmon, I. pouid ran, 10c
IVkles, medium, a gallon 26a
Plcklaa. Gherkins, a gallon 30e
Rock Iftand Soap. 10 bar, 25c
Fgg Nondi,,.! package, 6c
Tad J,1It. 1 pound, S6e
mm r umt m jtm n m,m
Insurance and Loans
Room 4. Mitchell A l.vade aag.
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All Work Oaarantaad-
1C09 TUIRD AVESUI
JOBS YOLK I CO,
aMfhrtarai, ti aaak AW aQ Kiat ,f warl
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Sldlaff, rkorlap, Wainacoetlajt
ISta Itnat baL 4th aai Ilk Araaaa
GUARD LEVEE RIGHTS.
Matters of Importance in Con
nection With the Coming
KITES BT73X3IZ3 OP TEE TEAS.
BtvaMy Tfciaiaaa rrl Croaeaa Ik
Traahl at th Worn t !aalteath
atraat During tha XaetcaUoa Urmaam (
l!-t BImtc tfeoaM B, Hell la Be
aerra far MaaaaaaM Aaptwaek.
la tha conGrraatioa of tha fichu
aad prlTllere, In detail which tha
Dareaport Rock Iiland Bridge and
Terminal eotapanr ieek from tha
city of Hock laland. tha council can
not too nrefclly pmd the city's
riTr front from cacroachmeat. The
loejr itrupcle that ha beca made
far the preicrTatloo of the lerie U
bow aaarir won. Tha pavlrnr of
tint arcane was the entering wedge
chlca Iniure the txtenaiaa cf the
mprorement to the rirer front. Tha
eaaacil ahoald hold 'ntact for lerte
ae, at lea,t the two Mock, between
Scveaiccnih and Nicoteenlh street,,
aad ahould permit no encroachment
that will loterfrto la anj wg with
tha practical carrying out of the
fneral deign. It doe, not
fnilow that more track, will
bl otjc:ionabje; inde, I tho Ter-
ojinil com puny haw alrt aOy track
rights th r. The noo-tiou i, a, to
the r amber r f tracks and their pro
lection. 1 he approach to lot sleam
huat laauinjfa la natter cf ijuita a,
tccch lmpirtar.ee t the city as thit
I atr itnw wmmoiciat or transport
ation e&lcrprira. The people ate
apt to uadrc,timate the lull extent
aad scope f the aieamboat basinevs
a Kirk Iiand. Tha tccoids return
able Vi the gurernmcnt and kept by
th, ta i ai packet iines. show that
luring the peaaon cl carigatton tost
eloted 70 0.0 pnop!e rrsased the
track, at tha foot of Sevonteeath
street, going to or coming from tie
teaniboat landing of the Diamond
Jo company, whero all the packet,
touch. Apart from this single evi
dence ia reatixtiioa of the pistengcr
trailiC by rirer in and out 01 ujck
Uland, the freight business is a great
PiM.fi the Ltvae.
Sj that wh 1 rncocrairtng tew
rai.rca 1 f ci!itie, let the council not
overlook the protection of these
rights which we enjoy. Above all
things the levee should, instead of
being cat off, be luailo more acces
sible, a, the people rccDcnizo what it
is to the commercial wenaro of a city
situated as l'.osk Island is, on one of
the greatest inland watcrwars ia the
Uraa Ptah Pchriu rt tm Tempt the Io-
l.rtry ens is at present endeavor-
irg to solve the problem as to how
he shall acquire a share of the gold
dads la the Yukon districts. Maiy
hmes are submitted. Temptioz
oners r-n paper are made. Tho fact
is that tho two transportation corn-
pan: that nave been in tho held for
tears have failed to get any one to
Oawson City who loft San r'rancito
later than July 22, over four months
ar. A fee got In over the passes.
but thousand, are oa Ibis slue or have
roue hick a Fur spending all their
owa money f r the money gives tbem
a, a grab stake.
If even to get ia next year one
most sail U fore July 22 how very
lowwiil rra ih the Kl l.rado. Thorn
who contemplate going, or grub
staking some one elre anould tb'.nK
twice. There are great odds against
ton and against the man being grub
take J. la the great rush next year
the ceanccs ci getting there wiil
be slim. Accident, bad lurk, dis
honesty, sickness and death will all
conspire to defeat those who stnke
all oa this one chance. Hy spring
aa r tee discoveries win havo boon
staled. Toa or your man, if yoa or
h get there, will have to seek new
discoveries. This takes time and
money. Those who intend to go
with 1500 or fl.CGO will bad that
thi, amount will fade as the snow
before a summer sun. "The Cana
dian laws do not recognize the right,
of those who grub stake miners."
Mere I, a chance tor your man to
keep all he Cods. There'is one ctr-
taia way of sharing in these cold
Gelds without aay risk to yoar lifo
or hardships. Iarestiathe'stork of a
good com paoy already owning prop
erty la the Yukon, snch as the
Joaeph Ladue Gold Mining and
Urvclopmect company of the 1 a-
koa. Joseph I.adae. president and
general manager. The directors are
Hon. Channcey M. Pepew. Hon.
Thomas L. James, ex-polmater
general and president cf the Lincoln
.National Baa a of New York; Hon.
Smith M. Weed; II. Walter Webb;
Hon. C II. Macintosh, governor of
tha Caaaliaa northwest territories,
aad others. This company now owns
ia tea simple a large pinccr claim
I. 000 feet long yielding tl2 p?r cnbio
foot; a qearlx claim 600sl,6C0 feet
averaging TC0 per toa ia free gold;
16 miles of timber oa both sides of
the Takoo, with a saw mill earning
II. 360 per day. and 60 carefully se
lected business lots in Dawson City.
Many companies are seeking to sell
stock oa the strength of what they
hope to acquire. This companv has
a Canadian charter giving it extraor
dinary powers. Sack 1 charter can
not aow be sobtaiaed by any sew
company. Ia the spring Mr. Ladno
will take extensive placer and quartz
Buoing macninerr 10 1'awson Citr.
Stock subscription lists are nowcrxn
at the Chicago offices. 1106 Chamber
ox commerce building.
IS THE PLACE FOR TOYS.
Trata C. Uaa Oa at tha V.'aeat Btoak,
In tha Tbrae Cltlea.
Santa Clans hat established head
quarters at Trefz A Co', store, 2011
Fourth avenue, this year, and bat
already sect a great pack of his stock
there ao it will be ia ample time.
The beloved little old man from the
north has also taken the precaution
to send there one ol his most skilled
doll doctors, whose office hoars will
be from early moraing until late at
aight daily, and who is prepared to
cure all the ills of dollology submit
ted to his care. He can supply a
missing leg or arm, or even a head,
or a body at nominal price, and
without expense as far as the sur
gical operation is concerned, la
fact, be will make sick or maimed
dolls as good as new ia all cases en
trusted 1 1 his treatment.
Apart .'rem the itock of dolls
which Sacta Clans has placed on dis
play at Ticlx A Co',., there are toys
of every description, including
frames, aleds, housekeeping sets.
Ncah'e at kg, tool chests, music
boxes, cto , Christmas trees and
Chrittmas treo ornaments, fancy ar
ticle, ana everything that contrib
utes to a happy Christmas and ell at
ice lowest prices in the three cities.
People will tcrve their own interests
07 inspecting Trefz & Co s. hclldar
s-e-e-e-e-B a e
fc 0) e - -
A line prodnction of Augustus
Thomas1 roothcrn story, 'Alabama."
was given' at the theatre lnt night
by the llolden Comidy company.
he attendance was sru-.ll. on ac
count of tte inclement weather, but
none the less appreciative. All the
parts were in competent bands; in
deed there are people carried by the
more pretentious theatrical organi
zations who bavo not tho dramatic
ability of those who comprise the
company at proscnt holding the
ooaru, at Harper s theatre. Mr.
Hoiden ia himself a talented actor,
and has displayed commendable
taste in the selection of his stage
associates. Tho specialties intro
duced are likewise of a high class.
There are several splendid vocalists,
and they sing songs in a manner
which never fails to bring down tho
The presentation of the political and
musical satire, "A World of treas
ure" and "Paradise in Hades." in
conjunction with the splendid bill of
eutcrtainment offered by the Kentz.
Stanley company at the Burtis this
evening wiil undoubtedly bring out
a large audience. It is stated upon
good authority that no expense has
been spared in dressing the bur
iesquers, and securing competent
artists to present them, introducing
solos, duets, quartet, dances, bright
comedy and sensational and novol
features, all emphatically up-to-date.
At Harper's thcatro tomorrow
night II. (rattan.Donnolly,8 comedy
succesi, "A Night in New York,"
with the sparkling and bright littlo
soubrettc, Jolly NcUie Mcllenry as
too star, will be tho attraction, and
no doubt will make a decided hit in
Lcr dual role of the Peerless Peri,
queen of the vaudeville and Mile.
Hor.rietto, a demnre country maiden.
She U tho lifo and soul ef the piece
from beginning to end, although her
supporting company is aa exception
ally good one.
Tomorrow evening Al (1. Field's
white minstrels wi;l present the r
lavif h and rst-?lass cn ti-rtaioment at
t: Kurtis. It excels for richness and
ncvol.y anything ever bofjrfl ut
wrup'ed. or at least, accomplished,
ia this line.
Monday cvenirg Hoyt's roaring
and successful cuiacdy, "A Black
Shit-p," will bo presented at the Au
ditorium, Molino. "A Black Sheep"
is one of thoec jolly entertainments
thiit everybody wants to eco and
should see. Specialties new and
novel, up-to-date mmic and dances,
and handsome costumes will bo a
bright particular feature in the pro
durticn cf "A Black Sheep." as pre-
fentcd bv a company of attists espe
cially (elected fur their abilities in
hrncst l.oeber, champion Gr;i :o-
Uoman wrestler of the world, is with
the Bob litzsitnmons company, and
will appear at Harper's theatre next
Wednesday evening. Mr. Kocbcr
will givo $50 to any local wrestler
who can remain 15 minutes without
a fall. According to the rules of the
(Ir.-'CQ-Koman style, no holds are
allowed below the waist and both
shoulders mtst touch the mat to
constitute a fall. Soebor, failing to
get any local aspirant, win rive an
exhibition with Carl Beck, champion
Qibo presentation of Banks and
t-jok a new play, "Hampton Roads.'
is to oe made at the Iiurtis by tri
city talent next Tuesday evening.
T Cora a Cu.a la Oae Night.
take Dr. BolPa Pine-Tar-Honey. It
clears the throat, soothes the bron
chials and exhilarates the lungs. 25
cents at all good druggists. No enre.
Vt. Wood's Norway Pice Syrup
seems sent as a special providence to
little folks. Pleasant to take, per-
tecuy narm.ess, absolutely sure to
give instant relief in all case, of cold
.... . .... -
or lung trouble. Sold ty Marshall
Just try a 10 cent box of Casoaretr,
the finest liver and bowel regulator
ear mKla '
SOME SHORT STORIES.
Some psople are still superstitious
about No. 13 no matter in what ia
stance or connection it may figure.
It used to be that almost every ac
cident or tragio death would be
traced to the ili-luck which seems to
follow In the shadow of this fated
number Tse superstition was carried
so far that a person would go hungry
rather than be the 13th one to ait
down at a table.
The dread of this pair of appar
ently harmless figures prevails more
extensively among . traveling men.
This fact had a forcible illustration
in a case which attracted the atten
tion of L. H. Greer, the agent for the
Milwaukee road. lie recoived a con.
signment cf interchangeable mileage
credentials for disposition at his
office. Nearly every one who docs
much railroad traveling has equipped
himself with one of these. Each one
of the credentials is numbered. Mr.
Greer heard no complaints until he
passed out the 13th one.
The recipient was a knight of the
grip. "I don't want that book,"
said the traveler.
'What's the matter?' a?ked Mr.
"See that? ' and the man placed
his finger on the figures.
"tt hat uobs that signify? '
You don't suppose I'm rrcintr to
c;rry that around. I wouidu's sell a
bill ci goods in a week, and would
likely be killed b foro r month
parsed. Not on your tintype."
Oil. 1 are," replied tne atrent.
You tire a little superstitious."
l mat confess I am whn it
comes to that confounded 13. Whv,
do you know, I would put up at the
peace stati n over night before I
would sleep in a hotel room that hnd
those figures cn the door. Y. u
might as well burn that book up, for
1 11 net you .1 not tind anyone who
will take it."
Tho traveling man was given an
other ticket case. Airent Greer has
been unable so far to got rid of that
book, and has come to the conclusion
that the traveling man knew what
he was talking abont.
Last January Frank Parker and
Harry liines were convictod in the
Bock Island county court of bur.
glarizing the residenco of A. Boro in
this city. They were sentenced to
the penitentiary. Parker said he
was 27 years of age, while his com
panion claimed he was 22, although
the authorities were of the opinion
the latter was considerably younger
than ho represented himself to be.
liines displayed traces of refinement,
both in manner and appearance.
Parker bore the look of a criminal,
and eeemed to have absolute control
over bis youthful pal.
A few weeks ago State's Attorney
Searle visited Peoria for the purpose
of satisfying himself as to thev inno
cence of Pat Ward, who was sent to
Joliot from here for burglary, being.
mistaken ior f rank Harvey, alias
ieuow iicnry," a notorious l'coria
cbaracter. The state's attorney
found the real llarrev, who said he
was a brother of Frank Parker, the
latter having given a fictitious name
in court. Harvey aUo said that
Harry Hinra was not the right name
of his brother' companion in crime;
that ho belonged to a prominent Pe
lhe state s attompg followed Har
vey's directions and found his htory
to bo tru- "llir,eh"' portnts bhd
received previous notification of
i.cir son's d -wnfnil Tun moihet
was giief strickcn and nearly pros
trated from worry and tho constant
dread that her boy's identity would
oecotr.e Known ami his disgrano re
venledtothe wond. f-'ho caid tho
lad was only 13 vears of ase; that he
had never been in trouble before, and
had always remained at homo until
a few weeks previous to his arrest ia
Kock island, when be fell into the
company of Parker, whom she said
wielded an inexplicable influence
over him. She implored the state's
attorney to endeavor to have her
boy released from prison.
An investigation of Hiees'" ca
reer was made by the state's attor
ney, who found his record to be clear
up" to the timo of h'.s arrest here.
Ue at once set at wofk to have the
lad released from prison, recom
mending his parole by the peniten
tiary board, and it is expected young
"limes ' will soon be allowed to
return to bis homo in Peoria.
"Hincs" swore he was of aze in
order that he might accompany his
pai. rarter, to the penitentiary, for if
he had told the truth he would have
been given a reform school sentence.
Good oi U'tiur Metralf 3
88 years old, living at Padncah. Ky.,
say, that ur. Be.l's FIoe.Tar-IIoncy
ia the best grip cure, cough, lung
and bronchial remedv that has been
sold during her life.
TUfora Ta M ia Tour Wheal
Be sure you shako into your shoes
Allon's Veot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. .1 keeps your feet cool and
comfortable, prevents sweating feet,
and makes vour endurance ten-fold
greater. Over 100,000 wheel peo
people are using Allen's Foot-Ease.
They all praise it. Ladies, insist on
having it. It gives rest and comfort
nnu prevents smarting, not, swollen,
aching feet. At all drnergists and
shoe stores, 25 cents. Sample free
oy mail. Aoaress, Alien 5. Uimstod,
Le Roy, N. Y.
Pat an end tn mipr-. Dnn'
Ointment will cure the worst case of
itching piles there ever was, and A3
it almas': inst-.nt.lv. Yera nf cnf.
, f jring relieved ia a single night. Get
j D.ian't Ointment from your dealer.
Sold by Marshall A Fisher.
LOUIS UPDIKE IS DEAD.
Vetaraa Hx-.eanaa Paaeea A war at the
Aga or SI Yaaro.
Louis Updike, the veteran express
man, whose life is interwoven with
the history of Bock Island, passed
away at 9:30 this morning, at his
home, 212 Ninth street. Old age
and heart failure were the causes of
his demise. Everyone, from the old
settler to the child, knew and re
spected "Uncle" Updike, as he was
familiarly known. He was born in
Louisiana, and was 81 years of age.
He came to this city about 45 years
ago. For several years he was a
river cook. Then he went into the
boat supply business. Finally he
drifted into the express business,
and followed it until his retirement
four years ago. Mr. Updike's wife
died 22 years ago. He had no living
relatives. The funeral will be held
from the residence of Mr. ! and Mrs.
Herman Nicholas, 822 Second ave.
nue, Monday at 2 p. m.
Bains of an 17a known City Man? Ocntorlea
The ruins ef n ancient city many ccnturirt
!!. inhabited by a race ho$c name and origia
has so record in thu annals of history, has been
disco.rred in Gutteinala. The hape of the
drinking aud cooking ntensils found hit be ttruct
ure. omiHKting what was evidently the resi
dence portion of the city, and tte chal're and
other sacred veel in the temples and fane-,
are entirely devoid or lhe characteristics o
Au canJTol ec an'io,ni!y. Cut, however, they
rr.ajr vary in these p irllc:ilars from other ancient
ariicle-, titey bear a general resemblance to the
effects of notcUer's stomach Bitter-, interauch
as ill -y ai.e well -erred the pmpoe for which
the we:c madj. 'lhe Ineffectiveness of the
an icut crlp'ug remedies of tho pharmacopoeia
tjt con!i;vit;ou, for example, as coiUiasted with
the thoroch. Dilutes ac'ion of the bitters ia
very marked. This superb ilte-ative lcnudtes
ar.d p-cvcnU chi?l j and fever, rhenma ini, nerr
oneness, dyttwpsla and kidney trouble'.
Advertlard List Mo. 4!).
List of letters uncalled for at the posloOce
ai kock isianu uec. 3, wji.
AUen, L. A.
Hasson. Ceonre W.
Mercer. Mary ci)
Benjamin, u. K
Carlson, ltosie '
Iyer. W. 11.
lars.ey. A lec
II anna. Audrey
Lincoln, Simon E.
McCall. U II.
Martin Mary Swanson. Sam A.
T. II. Thomas. Postmaster.
Deal Tobaoca Salt aad Smuti onr Uf,
If you want to quit tobacco using
easily aad forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic, fall of new life and
vigor, tnke No-To-Bao, the wonder
worker thnt makes weak men strong.
Many gain toe pounds in ten days.
Ovqr 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac
from your owa druggist, who will
guirunino a oaro. Booklets end sam
ples mails J free. Addrofs Sterling
Grmedy company, Chicago or New
KhenmstUm Cored In a Day.
"Mystic Curo" for rheumatism
and neuralgia radically cures in one
to throe days. . Its action upon the
system is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first doso greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenue, druggist, Kock Island; Gust
Schlegol & Son, West Second street,
A, HnoeeboUJ Naoearitr,
CusonroU Candy Cathart'o, the
most wondartul medical dkoovory of
tho ago. pleasant und refreshing to
tho taste, eot gently and positively
on the bowels, cle&neir.g tue entire
syssorn, dfppid oclrto, caro headache.
tevv.t, hfihitnsi oonstipntion and bil
tuusnesfi. Plfthsc buv r.rid rv a boi
ofC.CC today; 10, 25, 50 cents.
Soid acd gnarBntud to iiore by al!
"For three years I suffered from
salt rheum. It covered hit hands to
such an extent that 1 could not wash
them. Two bottles of Burdock
Blood Bitters cured me." Libble
Young, Popes Mills, St. Lawrence
county, N. Y. Sold by Marshall &
The person who disturbed the con
gregation last Sunday by coughing
is requested to call on T. II. Thomas
and yet a bottle cf tulcy's Honey
and Tar, which always gives relief.
jgugene K Burns
Heal Eh ! ic
H S It ur za.iit'1'
liV. - a'1 M-.-H
pvfv-rty. Ou'w-t . isi.f
Thl old tut:, tl'.xi ?rte
tfiijd Comp&uyt v.:prr
ented. Rarra w 'sti
as any w.t'abte foippatty
ITotii Patronage !s bolleilsd.
Office 150, framed A.
Harper Uonae Block.
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WILL ADD TO
We have dozens of them and prices so
low you all can afford to have one.
Remember our prices are the lowest and
it will pay you to trade here.
W. S. HOLBROOK
fj 103, 105, 107 E. Second Street,
When in Doubt,
Health is Life's
IF YOD WANT
Our Electric ICschlne for
tha treatment of Nervona
Diseaae, Rhenmatlf ra and
I Bay work.
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WOMEN Suffering from diseases of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys
nervous exhaust ion, palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia or any dlacaee peculiar to tha sex,
should call on tha great specialist and get ao opinion oa their case free of charge.
ELECTRICITY Scientifically replied, nervous debility, piles, exhaustive
drains, niqht losses, defective memory, threatened Insanity, loss of will power, mental de
lusion, sleeplessness, etc
VARICOCELE Is the most active cause of norvous debility. Why troat
months with others when we cuarantee too a permanent care la seven daya hy our p'rVas
method f Hydrocele cured in three days ao pain.
THE PRAISES WE HAVE RECEIVED For our remarkable skill In caring
cases piven np as hopeless by all, has compelled ns 'n nse this mi-s In order to give tha pso
pl,es well as the medlcsl profession, the benefit of our knowledve of medi'-ine and oar ia
imitable skill in the art of surgery. Kcmemner yonr family physician ia always welcome to
v sen ns operate. We are willing to spread onr knowledge and show our skill, and we feel
justly proud of the daily congratulations we receive from the medical pm'ession for the ad
vanced medical and surgical literature we have written. ONLYCUKABLK CASKS TAKEN.
Best of references and credentials. If you cannot call, writs. Hundreds cured by mail.
Hours- to 14, 2 to 6, 7 to B; Sundays, 11 00 to 1 :S0.
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wwi w amawaa.aai av waaavau Uavaawort. Ia'
i ins development of orirans and
'Cithern. Cannot (In harm life lK
tj drorgLsta. . DR. MOTT'S
For sale by M. F. Bahnsen, druggist,
For the Following Safe
and Iteliable Companii
Traders Ins. Oo.,... Chicago
Providence Waahmgtonlna.Oo., Frovideaea
Imperial Ina.CoM ........ London
Calandonian Ins. Co.. Bdinborgh
Engliah-Ameriean Ins. Co.,
Liverpool and Sorwalk
Paolfc Ins. Co Kcw York
Doine atsroal Ins. Co. Van Pnn-,'sco
Office Room 30 Mitchell A Lynde's
Block, Telephone No. 1030.
Aod when It shows
sins cf irregularity
take it to
Woltian, h Jeweler.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live'' prices. High
in repairing at reason
1806 Second Ave
Consult the Best.
Dr. J. E, Walsh,
Lata ef Chtcaeo. former J
8nreeon-iB Chief of Bt
Host Successful Spscialis
Surgical Disease, of Both Baxes.
Prompt and Permanent Caret
They overcome VTealrnri,
irreKuiaruy ana omisaion,
Inereaso vior and lamh
"pains of menstruation.
Thcv are MS,il Karrn.)
to i'frlsat womanhood, aiil-
bodv. No known n-miHlv lor women ononis
- comi - x a pleasure, fl per box by mail. Kold br
CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
cor. Fourth Av. and Twentitti St.
HARD AND SOFT COAL
E. m. Ii A Will A I),
BEST CCAL ON TIE UilZES.
Telephone 1310. 3170 Fifth A venae.
In the lauodiT bnalnese is what onr
patrons own ns to be. So you cant
blame ns for crowing when we have
won the right on yonr shirt front
collars, emTs and shirt waists. We
do the best work In town, and are
look trig for yonr bundle. Shall we
get it King phone 1211.
'. 174 Third Ave. FnoneUla.