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VOL. XI VL CO, 63
CC32 ISLAXID, JUL, SATURDAY, JAHTJARY 8. 1638.
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THE FQHEIGII FIELD.
Britain Said 1o B Preparing
to Send Out a Flying
co:i) to csims watim
T M (Usee M4 te tatvanaity
PU.B ! nmmmi'i
te tomMfl'l. lull Beatf?
Londca. Jaa. S. 1 raaor U la
trculati a. emeaatlajf froa ta dock
y.nf at rnrtmoth. thai a aria;
pa-It on tf British ship wlU be
formrd fcf service la Chlaate watara.
Ttkia. Jm. . Ti Chlaete aah
rii!j reot the ffoverameat ' eon
clnni in irermear.
Toulon. J Mt. Tea eralter. Pa
ral, h fV.lad toraiaforetthe French
f mi in (:htne water.
Mtlrl.t. Ja- S. The GaxatU peb
HhM a !rrM for laereaatag the
tr ty bnada 1,COO,000 pesetas,
fecund ay customs.
Simla. Jan. 8. Gee. Sir Biadoa
Blend kiinvltitooil bag-taBlst; la
punUhiBif the Baaarwaia for joiaiajr
lh Stu in Ua attaok ea Me.akead
pat. Without aertoaa reeiataaee he
bai csptorttl tka Tan pa aad Panel
r as Tka Afrtdls have deatarud
1 oadoa. Ja. 8 A Capetown
srwlU Laretaodl. paramount
chief cf Butotnd. attaektd Maoa
gbe with IS.000 man. Nanbersare
imported killed tad woaadad oa beta
aides. STral villa were aaekad,
aad the whola aouatry la la a far
meat. AU traders ara laeTiag.
Nttjbnrr. Jan. 8. The tew boat
Tare? K:ir. whloh latt hare Uit
Bioroinu with a low of coal bargaa.
blew ap aa tr lilaefleld. Fa., thla mora
inf. and w.i completely wrecked
Th crew consisted of Capw Leilie X
Jonet. t" pilota. twj aarlaeer. two
mat, a rhambermain. coot and
amber cf deck baada.
It la re-
ported ail wet a killed.
wfi r rr I. sea af .
Washin.tin, Jao. 8 S'cretary
Saermai fc Issued a rroc'.anatioa
defl(fB.tiOr the had Croea society a
the New kork fee ad near tare for
t'abaa relief coatribaiion and ask
lag the itp!e of tba le'.tad State!
to ecatnfuu IiBMllj.
Bedford, Iowa. Jib. 8. Jamaa B.
McCownie, jmtica of tba waca, and
promtamt rttuia. wao iaet airni
hot aad killed hia divortcd wife
wbiletrrin to obtaia potHStioa of
thlr chiMrea. waa fcaad dead today
la bie tard be Sheriff Laa. 11a
avMeati shot klmia;f.
allaaeTe IKvaak a rraeetet jm.
reiTr.Jn. 4. U. Uallarbar,
a Sbeldoa. Iowa, rfrafffftet. Bled a
aatt hire aMas ura. AaUrew Saabo
anklo,; l i.oi'O for aa alljd breach
f pr.iottea. Ha nil bar maldea
aatua wa Km ma MoatgneaerT, aad
ba flrtt mt her at Paoaa, Iowa, aad
apeat a tbomaad dollara aatartala
la)t hr tliiinx their coartehtp
waj. HtMHTy at
Auctt-t. (la., Ja. 8 ML Bloaea
P. lUnlr, ipaelal I'aited SUtee
aommiioaer la tka Parle eipoeitlon
of 19 , wha reeealtj retaraed from
frveoa brokea dowa la health, aad
etn hrra to recaperat. died at
ami a The rtmaiaa will ba ttkea to
Bvrl a. &ld , for barlaU
Chlcazj. Jaa. .-Hoa. William J,
Pryia arrlred here today to ba tba
t;ai at the Jackeoa'e Daj baaqaat
hintoatghl aad deUter lha priad-
Colaraba, Jaa. 8. Haaaa eaemi
BeliaUe rtrorte lalicata ba lat Iba
BevtMtrr 73 votaa, bl!a aoma
frieade c alm 75.
I r.w aa4 Wnt Daw.
Mitrtcl.ief, Jaa. 8 A tteamer, ra-
Rnrtd 'oandered tail Satardaj off
aadark. protea to ba tba Fraaeh
etAu:r. Loaia. Tba craw of 13 waa
Raberribo for T8 AtOtl.
tt!cMut Maaors WorU'a Fair,
Col J Medal, MMwlotar Fair.
A Nra Oraaa Ciaaai at Tart
id YEARS TH3 STAKDARIX
KUDyTREt-rS IS CONSERVATIVE.
at Tata Ttaaa -Ta lafnia a
Xmt hlllia Imt
Xw Toft. an. a. Uradatreet'a aaya:
The year tpena with a tone-of quiet
eoafldrKe(erTadlntnarir all branchea
e( busiirrsa, with encooraarlnc actiritr
la tbe lna trade, a reeumptioa of
work by maer thouaaada of Indus trial
mf'lnyM La the weatera glaaa Industry,
a xrgrj reduced volume of buetnesa
fallarM aa Mfnpe.re4 with corrnpond-
rna itwda la irecediaa; rears, and a
ayatMWj oatWk eertalnlr aot Infettv
t any prT'u year at thla time, tfta.
trtTntAa tride baa nattfrilfy been
ratSlr ih peodlna; etuck taking- and
the return e.f aaleemen to the IMd
Mitdle the Tolunfe or aietributlre buai
aaa la ro Urtr Industrial arUvKjr la a
prUal feature atvflonaoed to any ope
ettto. bat vciij notable la the
whl istfiftmnHTTi oi worn aner tne
boiiUr I'e generally encourage
Ire in that amtloa.
Xafurally nnuah there waa a allKht
flin la the number of failures reported
this wvrk. orT Uai. the Intal aarareicat-
lair 133 aralnat 57 last wek. but a
beaey falllra off from 1W, wbrn the
total was 4iV Bank lUiurea In 17
faUowed the arneral tendency of bull
ae avHtality In all other Unfa of
twain The rrpuUtloa of the bank.
Ing c(4nniBUy fcTr eonaeri-atlsm.
howeeer. I b"rn nut by the relatively
aeatjfcr lAl'Irr off rn the number of
tallarte) aad tae reduced volume of lta-
UUtlaa of banks aad trust com pan Irs
as cnmperM with preceding years
thka In ordinary commercial circles.
Caasa-iMtaw Helped by ImL
lrrtnirflld. Uls Jan. .The Josetth
Leltrr dala Jn wha4 and the i-hip
mnta of wbat to Chlraaro In order to
M)udte by Armour have brought larwe
wreipta Into the Chicago grain depart
ment of the elate board of railroad and
warehouse commissioners, and there Is
now In the treasury of that depart
ment the rum of Ke.900, whereas when
the department passed Into the hands
of the mnilintMrs lawt February
there was an Indet'tedne of tiAOQ.
0hkh W III lUtrh the WalLEvea.
ila-lln. t'4s., Jan. a The state
baaihery f-r the prvpairatf-ri of wall-
cyra piae is i oe trapviereea Rum Mil
wauKee to Oshkoeh In accordance llh
reaulutlon adopted by the state fish
commission. THS reason for this change
4a that the hatching of this abodes
cf fish at MfirrauKee has been a failure
thla year. The season that the e
tension of the water works Intake
rt Milwaukee has brought In waitf ot
too row m remicratuae.
ItMtaatlj Kllle4 la a Sever.
Chk'arv Jan. S. One rnaq was In'
tantlr kllU'd and three were Injured
yt.'fday morning by the explosion of
dynamite In a sewer In Central Park
boulevard. John Rfh-r I dead, and
John Nash. I'atrick Keddlngton and
MJthael Glraton are the wounded.
neither seriously. lUlcy struck a dyna
mite cartrMee while drtvlag hia pick
Into a pile tr hrtrd rlajr.
Quite a sev re earthquake shock wha
felt In MaW.ce, N. Y., at 1:3) p. m.
A rich detn,it of platinum baa been
aienveri rear Jackaboro, Tex., at a
depth of fifty feet.
A vela .f gold ore assaying 11,100 to
the ton la reforted to have been found
la Uvalde county. Tea.
A at. fjoai Jury sjave a dastard who
mordfrew W sweetheart twenty-flve
years In the penltratlary.
taddln P the extent cf 100 names
wa fuand oa the pay rolls In the water
pipe extents, n burtaa at Chicago.
Ihirtng the aot ten years h Corn
crop of Kaivte has afftngaUTI $177,
tee.toa more In alae than the wheat
The bir-t storage battery oa esrth.
t be bvut at a nt of Mto.ooa. Is to Be
Installed by the Chkago Edison com
pany la Chicago.
There Is a general exodus of the
pneutloa at IVmhay. During forty
elt howrs the .ue returns are IDi
def:ha axd 1U" new case,
The t-year- M of Martin Carlson.
llrlng tear Chtrk.Wls.. shot and killed
Me (-year-old Uer. The chlMren were
Vft atone and had gnt pueseasivn of a
Lady Henry P.netset kaa again ft-a
dered" her resimation of the presidency
of the British Women'e Temperance as-
oclatioa, oa account of prolonged III
rreury najre has transmitted to
the bouse a reeoinmendaUon for an ad
ditlnnal arprrtrUUon of iSk for tfit
captain Jnhn MoCullagh,. who baa
been connected with the New Turk po
llcw force fur twenty-eight years, has
been made chitf of the Greater New
llenry Collier Mix, a Chicago student
at Harvard, and Ml Maude Evelyn
haw etrred from CambrUye and were
married at "ItufTalo. The girt Jilted a
Efforte that have been made during
the last three weeks to bring about a
Combination of menhaden oil Intereeta
have been successful, and a combine
has been organized with a capital of
The .Newark Farmers' Mutual Fire
Insurance cocnpatijr. of Rock county.
Wia. has only had Sift in losses to pay
la the past year, and hut one assess
merit aas seen levied in three years.
The total ruaa carried foot up to ICiO.
Juggernaut's car cannot para through
the streeta of tolcjr.ho owing to the In
lerterence of overhead telegraph wires.
rrUtlona hare been sent to the govern
or by the Ceylonese, aw.twenty-five per
sons whh to throw themselves under
the IdoTs car.
If joa feal weak, doll aad diaeoar
a(djoa wlUBnlabotUaof Hood'e
SaraaparUIa will do jou woadarfal
Araold'a Bromo Calarj earaa aaad
aeaaa; iu, u ua w oaau.
That Hanna Idea of Asaembling
Republican Ohio in Colum
bua on Monday.
IU1.TZ WIS OALLIKQ oi tee aims,
a It Is kperto4 ea the'6rea eT taalfh
IWh raettoa vrtlt D ea Used la Feroa
TiMhht Eaperleswed la Kladlag FUeea
te kaag BwhweU's Caetare Celoiett
Beglsaeat Itevllaea te Act aa laaagwrat
Onard ef Oeaer IVU Motes.
Columbus, (X, Jan. (.The caUlag of a
mass convention of Republicans In this
city next Monday by the Republican
state executive committee to protest
against tjle attempt to defeat Ilanna
la claimed by the opposition to be mere
ly a move on the part of tius Manna
people to Intimidate ttte Republican
members who refuse to vote for Han
na. The calling of the convention has
keen generally Indorsed, however, by
the supporters of Hanna In all parts
of the staCe.accordlng to telegrams that
have been received at the Ilanna head
quarters. It develops that the Kurti
people bad decided to take advantage
of the efforts of certain Republicans to
throw cold water on the ceremonies
attending the inauguration of Governor
Rushnell. The Kurts people thought
the disapproval of Governor Bushoell'a
attitude would keep the Hanna Repub
licans aeay from the city, and they set
about to bring a big Crowd of Governor
liuahnelrs friends here
llukhneU's Plrtnrea Are 'ot Popular.
The caH ing cf the mass convention
will how bring a large crowd or Manna
supporters to Columbus. Agents of the
Kurts people were endeavoring yesler
day to place pictures ofr the g&vernor
In the wladuws of business houses on
all the principal strewtsl IThey met
with ronsldf table opposition, and but
few picture appeared. Preparations
are Htrng pushed for the inaugural by
the local committee, despite tbe-opjHJsl
tioru The Inaugural parade will be
made up chiefly of military, as nearly
all of the political clubs that had de
cided to participate have rescinded their
action. Some wnrka ago the Xiftth bat
talion of colored troops tendered its
services as eterort to Governor Bushnell
In thaEarade.and the governor prompt'
ly accepted (he tender in recognition of
the loyarrV shown by the colored ueoplo
of the state in the election in the face
of the fight made against him on ac
count of the Urosna lynching.
Colored Troops Abandon the Governor.
Yesterday Major Charles Fillmore,
commanding the Nmth battalion, sent
to the governor a letter declining to
ac as personal escort. In the letter
Major Fillmore says: "'gome weeks ago
I voantarlly tendered fou the services
of my command as an escort on the day
of your Inauguration, but since then
exigencies have arisen over which
nave no control, word reaches me
from, various parts of the state that If
my command In particular appears In
the Inaugural parade It win be received
with jeers, hisses and laughter. I have
labored too hard to bring my command
up to the hleh state of efficiency and
discipline whTre Jt Is now to be
humiliate In such a marncr. I regret
vary much That such Is the state o;
affairs, but should the sen-ices of my
command be required to defend the
honor of the state or protect the lives
rt her citizens, you will not find us
TWO tOME orT FOB MANX A.
Men ea the Fsnce Are Oettlag Off Karts
la t I ted te Resign.
Columbus, O., Jan. 8. The news of
Bepresentativa Manuel'? declaration
made before a mass meeting of hia
constituents at Daytrfn 'ast night that
he would vote for Senator Hanna waa
rrfbtved with great satisfaction at the
Ilanna headquarters. It Is claimed that
Manuel's declaration at this time means
more to HarlnVo cayse than the vote
that la carried with it. The Hanna
people expect that It will Influence oth
er recalcitrant Republicans tp break
away irom the fusion. New was
brought from Representative Griffith's
home In I'njun county that Griffith: was
in tie hands of his friends there and
that the-y had secured his promise to
vote for Ilanna This news was not.
however, confirmed by any statement
from Griffith htmalf.
A icial from Xenla siys that at a
big mass meeting theft Representative
Snider declared he would vote for Han
na A significant fact waa the holdin
Uat night In varlqus parts of the atate
of mass meetings of Republicans at
which resolutions were adopted de
mandlng that Kurts resign from the
Republican national eornmlttee, of
whleh he Is the member from Ohio.
There waa a rumor last night that For
aker was oa his way to Columbus, but
be was not aboard any of the incoming
trains up to nrldnloht. There waa
rumnr, unverMed, that the senator
had hall a conversation over the long
distance telephone with Kurts during
the day. In which the senator was
quoted aa having suggested to Kurtz
that It was about time To him to retire
from the fight, Mr. Kurt la reported
to have responded that It was Impose!
ble. that he had gone too far. Kurtz
denied the story to a fsien
Anderson. Ind., Jan. 8. Wfhfield T.
Durbln. Indiana representative on tba
national Republican committee, has
gpna te Columbus". O., to join the forces
of Senator Hanna Durbln Is of the
opinion tha the RVpubllcan future in
Ohio and the nation depends upon the
result at Columbus, anil that Henna's
defeat would be a diecrace to the state
of Ohio. Durbln indicated that he waa
warmed up to the point of a hot fight
with the anti-Banna men as soon as he
could reach them. He said: "Mark
Hanna will win and then what will be
came of ForakerT"
lewa sVsmHlet.aa Caecwa.
Dea Moines, la, Jgg. 1 The Rspqb.
WOMAN FATALLY SHOOTS A MAM.
6he Decoy Bins te the Woods la Order to
Pet a Ballet la Bisn.
Memphis, Jan. 7. A double tragedy
occurred In the outskirts of Memphis
yesterday afternoon. Dr. Shcp. A. Rog
ers, professor of autonomy at b& Mem
phis Medical college, ex-preeldent of
the hoard of health, and on of the most
prominent physicians of this, city, was
Rhot by Mrs. Mary Saabrink. a widow,
and Is In a dying condition atfst. Joseph's
hospital. A'ter shooting Dr. Rogers the
woman fumed the revolver to her
breast and sent a bullet through her
heart. The shoot ir.g occurred seven
miles from Memphis on the banks of
the Xoconnah. creek In the woods. The
doctors say liogers may cot ale, but at
any rate he wlH be a parhlytic as long
as he Uvea He Is shot fh the spinal
Dr. Roger's regained const-iousness for
a lew nunutea latt nigtt. He made a
statement that Mr?. SaribTink decoyed
him to he afal spot by writing, him a
note. He says the woman had greatly
annoyed him With he'r attentions, ard
threatened to shoot him oh several oc
casions. The famtly cf the dead: wom
an has not as yet made a statement,
but It Is understood that they claim
that Dr. Rogers Was engaged to (e rilar-
rleJ to Mr. Sanbrink, and for some rea
son did not carry out his part of the
GLASS WORKS NOTf TO RESUME.
Ahlmau's Case likely to) Basalt In a Gen
eral Lockout ef tVorkmen.
Pittsburg, Jan listead of a gh
era! resumption of wck at the Window
glass factories of the country today
there may be a general lockout on ac
count oT the difficulty (he Phillips
Glass company's factory on the south
aide. President Burns, Istobdurate, and
says he will obey the instructions of the
board and insist upon the reinstate
ment of Gatherer Ahlman. if it results
Id wiping the Window glass workers'
association off the face of the earth.
This statement wajj maile at noon,
and after that time several members of
the American Glass company, although
refusing to make a positive statement,
practically admitted that "t had been
decided to stand bjf the Phillips com
pany and make no elas3 until the
trouble hi settled.
Illinois Solon, O0T for Three Days,
springueia jus Jan, 8. There was
not a quorum present in the senate yes.
terday. The primary election bills were
reported and an adjournment taken till
5 p. m. Mofiday. The hourc was in ses
sion ten mintup tvitnout a quorum
present. Governor Tanner yesterday
signed a bill making an additional ap
proprlatton of $.10:000 per annum for the
maintenance of the cldiers' and Sail
ors' Home at Qnlncy.
Bute Fair of the fr-jdrie State,
Springfield. Ills.. Jan. 8. The state
board of agriculture losed Ua annual
meeting nere 'lnursdM alter fixing the
date and revising the premium list for
the next annual state fair. The fair
will be held Sept 16 t J Oct. 1. Inclusive,
and fl5,00O in cash itomiums Will he
paid to exhibitors, JlQt'JO of which is to
be awarded in the Fpt4d ring;
Model Justice of the Peace.
Pedford, la., Jan. ?. Justice of the
Peace John McGowan went to the
home of his wife Inst evening, shot her
fonr times and fled. The woman died
Instantly. The couple separated for the
third time about two weeks ago. They
had twice leen divorced and three times
married. They had four ohiWren.
Descended on Illegal Fishermen.
Oshkosh. Wis., Jan, S. State Game
Warden Captain Johnlon and a f&rce of
deputies made a descent upon about
twenty llregal fishermen yesterday, cap
luring twenty miles of nets and many
hundred pounds of nt-i. The nets were
destroyed and the fsb were stild.
Stuart on the Trail of Fits,
Chicago. Jan. 8. Dan A. Stuart ar
rived In Chicago yesterday and tonight
wilt leave for St- PaulFwkTe he will
endeavor to secure tfe sTjfhatuf'e of
Fitzsimmons to articles calling for an
other fight with Corbett, to take place
in July or August.
srotices of V age lvunm
Attleboro, Mass., Jan. 7. Notices ol
a reduction of wages of about H per
cent. In all departments were posted In
the mills at Hebronvtlle and Dodgeville
yesterday. About 1,000 operatives are
aft fc. ted. - t
Bates GeU Another Sentence. -
Chicago, Jan. 7. David E. Bates, yie
oiganaBc,. was again found guilty res-
teTday.'aod as upon hat former-jannvic-
iion me seuence was a Hije of I,000 and
confinement In-the penitentiary. -Theatre
at 'PruVe Hurned.
San Francisco. Jan.; 7.-r-The Columbia
theatre was gutted by fixe last evening
and is a total loss. The fire was con
fined to the theatre building. No one
Ucan members ot me nouse neia their
caucus last night and nominated candi
dates for the various offices. For
speaker J. H. Funk. oX Hardin county.
was nominated without opposition, and
lor clerk J. D. Row en, of Polk coun
ty. The senate will caucus today.
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wc sraf at,
Overstocked with OVERCOATS axd SUITS we must unload to raise
money. Never have we or anyone else given you such great values. We
cannot replace a garment at prices quoted. Cost not taken In considera
tion. We need money. Do you need the goods?
FEASTS FOR LATE BUYERS:
Overcoats and Ulsters. Overcoats and Ulsters. Overcoats and Ulsters.
Over eoata and Waters. Kersey, Friezes, Kerseys, Cheviots, ail The best values erer shown la
Chinchilla, Whipcords, and in styles and makes, that sold for the city tor flS, tor this sale
faot any Coat in our house that $16.50 and $18.50, your choice of only
sold up to $22 50, sale price the entire lot for
I $15.65 $13.15 '$,,,6
Overcoats and Ulsters Overcoats and Ulsters Men's Reefer Coats,
that we have never sold for less Jn S"!? FrieOT d Chinchilla, '.old and
than $12. Worsted and Satin ade !nJ JodtlSiaai wd weU worth $6.50 nd $7.60. for
lined, for this sale only Sf this safe ttU ,,le ml
$8.90 $7.20 $5.00
Men's and Boys' Suits. 20 Per Cent Deduction. Underwear.
t . , . 20 per cent deduction on any Best line in the city, 80 per eea
20 per cent dedueUon on any Child's Suit. Beefer and Over- dednction on nil winter weight
winter snit in the honse. , coat in the house. underwear.
The above quotations are to convert our goods into money, and goods
on this sale for cash paly. While we have a large stock, early buyers
get the best selection.
On all lines before
taking our annual in
ventory Jan. i
324, 326, and 328 Brady St
On all goods in stock.
In order to move as
much as possible be
fore Invoking we will
offer great special in
ducements to all Fur
niture buyers. Now
is.the time to get big
& CARPET CO.
324, 326, 328 Brady Street,
Store Closes at 6;30 p. m. Except Saturday.
The Elixir of
Hava Yon Got It?
If not, consult
ently located in
Whi) His Core.
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervosa
Dieeases, RhsamatlHa and
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others.
NERVOUS DEBILITY. Exhaustive
a0,tr. Weak Memory, aeirtal Deloslons, or
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney. Liver and 8 kin Diseases can be anicklv and nermuientl mrx4 a MVimi ...i
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
52.nw.wl 0,,her,,when 7? guarantee yon a permanent core In seven day by oar painless
methods, lijflrocelc cured is tiuce days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult as.
We nave cured man, cant liven no ss hrla and a m k. m -
Hons performed at your home if desired. Abdominal and brain sargwy a ipeclsity.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The nam
erons avektumledrjemt-ntai hva -t mrA ik. m . ..
f, , . , ---a . aw.wivva siyui tire aic wwusafMyiaj lor ggr raUTlUaf afaal n
hrthmed calsnd.orgicalcasea la proof eoaeln.lv that oar idrmnced bhsJMU icanwhae au
h-.V,K Therefore, da not w,te Ume with othen, bat con.nlt as at one sad reralnyoar
t health. There I. a auge in every dl, eaae that can be eared. Hava yoa paeMd thatstaa
Ifnt do not experiment any kracer, bat consult as at once. Fnrth.rTrVwToffertlJOOIa
anyone .proving our credent), false. We make ft an object to inTesUgat? omSTH atket
spMialist oilers yon saoh a fair proposltioa ONLY CURABLE CASKS tAMT Bes? frf-
OFFICE 124 W: THIRD STREET,
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from our brewery. It la the favorite
of the laborer, the epicure, the rich man and the poor hi
Its flavor is delicious, its "bidy" right to pleaee allUatea.
Made right here at home of the finest malt end ehotoeet hope,
and by the most advanced process: why shouldn't ROCK
ISLAND" be the best? ,
Life is Healtb.
lata of Chicago, rurmsrri
Burgeon -in -Chief of Wi
Drains, Sleeplessness, Threatened In-
any other condition da to nerroas zbaottlea, pes
MXULLOUGH BLDG, DAYESPOBT, LL
ROCK ISLAND DRnWItlG CO