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From Extreme Nervousness.
THAT no one remedy can contain the
elements ncrewarjr to euro all diseas
es, I.t a fVt wi ll knotrn to everyone.
fr. lilies' JSyjt.'m of Restorative. Remedies
consul 3 t,t seven distinctively different
preparations, each for Its own purpose.
Mrs. L. C. Brumley, 37 Henry St., St. Cath
ertnes, Ontario, writes: "For ycare 1 suf
fered from extreme nirvouanrsn and annoy
log con tl pat Ion, developing Into palpitation
and weuknem of the licart. I was unable to
sleep, sulercd much from headache, pain in
my left aido, palpitation and a constant
fueling of weakness and prostration. I began
using Ir. Miles' Nervine, Heart Cure and
Nerve and Liver Tills and tho Anti-rain
Pill to relievo sudden paroxysms of pain
and headache. I soon felt much Improved
and the pains and aches and weariness left
me. I then took Dr. Miir. T'-hntii
Tonic and am now restored to my former
goon neaun. rSME
Dr. Miles' Itcmedlesl .Z'Ta
are .old by all drus-l , ,
... .. . E -"V ur.
Kuaranteo. ftrst bottle LPetTiedifift!
benedts or m ,ne re-1?1- P"18?
funded, honk on di.I Or
nerves free. Address,
DU. MlLEd MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, lad.
Chubby, Rosy and
Who f.Msl on KMVA.h &"
MATH'S Kirli. I'iiiv ami IH
Are our U-st ail vert iseinriit.
I)vii iiics thrive! mi it ami
iiivuliiU can cat it ami lx
iniiirifliril. w lit-n tlirvciniMn't
l:itc viclllaU nf any kiml.
loctir.t ivtTilc Krrll &
MuIIi'm let? Cream for ft'Vrr ,
:itirtit at all limes, an it is
roiil'm;;, toning ami iiiiiiri.h
injf lo weak slmiiailis. It
riwN unci rt'tivt-it when you
air willetl ami worn. l'iir
cream and ric fruit lluvors
inilv nrc iin il. Our ItvCnuin
iimf Fruit Ices arc proiiouiiccil
delicious liv ciiiimisscurs in
- Brick Ice Cream
I.h tin only way to liavt it
sen cl af yniirilinncriir part v..
Three kinds in each ln-ick
easy lo serve ami costs no
mure than I he hulk. We
Pack it in ice so that it will
kcc fur liniirs or until used,
and we tlcl'ivcr it.
KRELL & MATH
11ione MM, I7IA-I7I8 Second Avenue.
1'nars tho motto, 'OooIiipsu
for All." It's our Nla sjw
lute, liretl not with tins, lint
with foam. There's Uuinil
to lie a hot time Is-fore the
Septetnlicr euino. ami our
fountain of delicious drink
w ill Iiriiijr relief to M Sol's
rii'tim. Keep chI ami help
to keep others citol in this
summery encounter U-tween
nickels and prespiratien.
It's having a siinnner resort
at home to meet at our foun
tain. llhite Palace
". of Sweets.!
BEATEN, BY THE DISTILLERS.
Tat Wright's Tram Takes a Hard Fall Oat
of the Kurk Islanders.
Hayed. Won. Lost. Terst.
Qulnev li 7 i .7TK
Kock Inland 12 7 5 ."J
I'eorta. II 6 h
Cedar Rapid It 7 -StiO
Kurlinirton 4 5 .414
llttumwa 4 h .414
iMlbuqUC 1( 5 8 .3Ki
St. Jinepli 7 3 i .It-i
Walsh was easy money for Pat
WrilU's distillers yesterday, beinjj
touched lip for l'J hit's, ami jivinjrthe
I'eorians a majority of 1 1 at the (end
of the jjaniu. The score:
ttirt hlatvt.R II PI) A E rWfit R R Pi) A E
Haer. If .... (ISO 1 M ladc.lfi 0 U I c
M KilK-n. rft I 0 0 0 Kurke. 3li. i 2 12 0
VVritrht, cfO 2 0 0 0 Conners. cfi 4 2 0 0
Straus, c .2 1 4 0 li Truliv. 2h.. 13 11
Fl'hcrtv.3ll 3 14 1 Wriuht. Ib2 4 4 1 0
Wllun, in. i 3 15 0 I) Sei-ler. rf..1 12 0 0
Manna. 2li..O 0 3 6 1 uswald. ss i 2 12 1
H;illiiu. msM 24 I (juinn. e l 311 I 0
WaMi. p.. I 0 0 3 li Molality. i.0 0 0 2 0
12 27 IS 4i 17 17 2? 10 2
Kook Island 0 t 2 0 0 1 2 0 0-6
Peoria U 2 0205 I 52-17
Two hae hits MeKiblx-n. Joe WHcht
Strauss. Dillon. H.ilihui. CuniiorH. 2; 1'. Wris:h:,
2: (ilinn. 2. Three lia- hits 'Juin l HiiMt s on
halls Oil M-';inlv. 9; Walsh. 0. Hit t.v pileher
-MiSiliitv, I: WuNh. 1. Miuck .nt-McH.i ntv,
13: Walsh. 2 Stolen ises -MeKihlien. I:
WrlL'bt, I; Str.iuss. I; Fl.ihertv. I: Hillou, I:
Hannit, 1: llalitiilt, 2: Walsh, i: MeQ.iud , 1;
Kurke. 1: Trutiy. 2. lioutilc pl:iys-H 'liliia lo
Huonu to Dillon, llauua lo liillju. Time, 2:10.
Other (iaiues At Ottttmwa. Ottum
wa, 6; St. Joseph, 4:at l)iiliujne. Cedar
Uaiids. Duliuijiie, 3; at (Jinncy,
(juincy, 1: Hurlinton. 'J.
The hwal team will lie home Friday
to meet litirlintmi.
An Kzeltinir Kunaway.
As W. H. Ferguson was starting
from his yard on Twcnly-lirst street
last evening for a drive with his wife
and daughter, llcttie. and Miss Wake
field, the horse attached to I lie phae
ton liccaiiic frightened ami ran away.
As the rifj dashed over the eopiiijj
Mrs. Ferguson was thrown out ami
draped a cousidcralile distance. The
animal contiiiiieil aloii; Seycuth av
enue, Mr. Ferguson lieiii"; hurled from
the rig a short time after his wife.
The horse turned north on Twentieth
street and ran on to II. 11. Stidlow's
lawn, where Miss Wakelield ami Miss
Ferguson were thrown out. Mrs.
Ferguson was the most severely in
jured, her right shoulder lione licing
fractured. Miss Wakefield's right
wrist was sprained, w hile Mr. Fer
guson and daughter escaped witli pain
ful bruises. Drs. Uradford and Paul
were called ami attended 'to their in
juries. The vehicle, was slightly dam-
TIIK COt' NTV TKMl'LE.
May 1 ti-tl. M. I'.alicock et al to
Jessie Y. PostlcwaitP. lot O, block 2.
Iiarth A: Iialicock's add., Hock Island
Charles A. Hose to C. W. Peterson,
pjirt oiiliot 1, Alday's second add..
Jacob Muhleiiiaii lo William Coyne.
w.J ncj 2. Hi. iw. 1, ;!:).
Conrad Schneider to M. I. Morris ct
al. iart lots t and block:, (i. L.
Davenport1 add.. Uoek Island, fl.-.'iMl.
lie r n a I'd Kirchucr to Ilenrv Kirch
mr. iiudl w.J swj 1. Hi. :iw, imd.l e
SC it. Id. :w, ll.VlMI.
17 Virgil Warren to John Henry
Fliiegel. lots K ami !. and u 10 feet hit
U). assessor's plal of oiitlot 67, 'Xt, 17.
lianner Coal fc Oil Co. to David Itis-
10. nw scj and e 10 acres lie J swj
11. 17. lw. $2,000.
THE TALK OF THE CITY.
It Is or Inlercst to (nr Krxilern Kn-Hiisr
it UefiT-i to RiH-k IkI.iiiiI l'eole.
It's astonishing how good news
will spread. From every ward and
street we hear of our icoplc talking
about I lie workings of the Kittle Con
ipieror. Merit and honorable methods
receive their just reward. So many
cases are cropping up that it is next
to iniHisibc I i investigate them all.
but we have taken a few in hand, and
have given them publicity for the
Iwnclit of otir leaders. Our repre
sentative obtained the following
statement of facts in a personal in
terview. They are true in every par
ticular ami no stronger evidence can
lie obtained than home endorsement.
Thomas Hanson, of Hot, Fourteenth
street, employed by tin- Moline Mu
tual Wheel works, says: Doan's
Kidney Pills proved in my case to lie
just "as represented, a true kidney
remedy. For several years the action
of my kidneys had liec'u irregular, but
in the spring of 1SJ7 I vas in a bail
shaie, ami hardly able to work. There
was a steady aching pain across my
kidneys and in silling down and 'ci
ting up.' in fact, w henever I changed
my nsilion I suffered from the in
creased pains in my back. When I
did any work requiring stooping it was
all I could do to straighten up again.
The kidney secretions were hb'hlv
colored and contained a sediment
ami there was also a weakness which
was annoying. particularly at
night. I learned of Doan's Kidney
Pills, and my wife obtained a lsix at
the IIarier House drug store. I took
them regularly, and gradually the
pain in my Kick liegan to grow less,
and the other difficulty showed an im
provement. I continued the treat,
ment until my backache entirely left
me and the kidney secretions were,
regular in every way. Since then I
had a slight return of the pain in my
back, but a few doses of Doan's Kid
ney Pills promptly relieved me. Thev
also lessened iny rheumatic pains.
I never fail to recommend them tomv
friends at every opportunity."
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price AO Vents. Mailed bv
Foster-Milburn Co.. P.uflTalo. X. y.",
sole agents for the United States.
Uemember the name. Doan's. and
ake no substitute. For sale l.v Mar-
snau k risher.
M. M. BRICCS FOR SHERIFF.
Asks the Nomination From thr Demo
M..M. Hriggs. candidate for the
democratic shrievalty nomination,
has been one of the pillars of his
party in UK-k Island county for many
years. He has lieen a resident of the
county since childhood, having come
here with his parents from Camden.
X. J., w here ho- was lniru in 1841.
He went to the front at the outbreak
of hostilities lictweeu the north and
the south, and served througout the
war, entering the service with Com
pany C, loud Illinois infantry. Re
turning to Koek Islam! he eutered the
United States mail service. After
ward he became a traveling salesman,
which vocation he followed for nine
years. He has been engagitl in var
ious business pursuits, and is at pres
ent conducting a real estate and insur
ance office. Mr. Hriggs served as
alderman during the administrations
of Mayors Mott and Murdock. and
was a deputy under Sheriff C. D. (lor
lon. Mr. Hriggs never liefore sought
office at the hands of his jKirty. His
friends feel he is entitled to the nomi
nation he ikiw:i solicits, and assure
hinr of an easy election if he se
SHE IS PROUD OF ALGY.
Mrs. Sartorls Thanks God That She Em
So Patriotic a Sou.
"While it is not easy for a mother to
send her son to the front with no other
talisinr.n than 'Gofl keep yon' to pro
tect hiiu from Spanish bullets, I caunot
help feeling prond and am glad from
tho bottom of my heart that my sou
loves his tonatry will enough to fight
for it," said Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartorn.
. "Algcnaju said nothing to me of bis
plans until after Lo had written to
General Leo asking for a placo ca bis
KRS. NELLIE CiRAKT SAUTOKI9.
staff." added Mrs. Sartcris. "It wr.3
not until General Leo had replied, fay
ing tltut if he. received a commission
Algy thonld rido hy bis sido that uiy
K3:i told me of his plans.
"Wo Lavo always regarded hlra ns a
Ftr.Jait rather than a warrior, although
his greatest heroes aro his grandfather
uud Napulecn, and ho knows by heart
every detail of all the buttles in whiun
General Grant fought.
"Ho is a truo Anioricnn," concluded
Mrs. Sartoris. New York World.
Fracce anil Depopulation.
VTbilo European Russia will need
orly 45 years or so, Germany about Co
years, Austria-Hungary 70 years, Eng
land 80 years, Italy 110 years, It will
take Franco over b(!0 years to double its
Fc relation! What signifies tho loss cf
Alsace-Lorraine's 1.S00.000 souls com
pared with tho loss France suffers every
day? In tho last live years the Gernicn
prpulation has increased by 3,000,000,
who aro every one fully German;
France, meanwhile bas increased her
people by only 175,000, who nro not
cvon of French nationality. Tho fci
creaec of a nation is cf the utmost im
portance to tho success of its country.
It has meant much in the nineteenth
century ; it will mean more in tho twen
tieth. England, Germany, aye, even
Italy, have millions cf mpresentatives
on foreign eoil ; France bas none, or tco
few to signify. Tho Gallic race has felt
it and will iu tho future learn more
bitterly still thu truth of the proverb,
"The absent are ever iu the wrong."
Tho largest British oak is tho Major
or yueen oak, iu Sherwood forest
(where Robin Hood and his merry out
laws shot the king's deer and robbed tho
rich and helped the poor and held their
revels 'neath the greenwood tree), and
is supposed to be one of a forest planted
1,500 years aga Tho isle of Man has
tho largest fuchsia treo iu the world
and it constitutes one of tbo notable
sights cf liainsey. i'ugland's largost
willow tree on record was grown at
Uorchani, Essex, and the Fmalletit Unl
ink trees are the two inch dwarf wil
lows cf Ben Lomond, Clwnag, wlro.ee
orthography irct luinis tbo land of the
leek, beasts of a tree without roots, and
tho oldest trees in liritain are the fa
mous Eentley and WiufarthSug oaks,
which were two centuries old when
William tho Conqueror's cak at Wind
sor burst from its ucoru. Philadelphia
files! Tiles! Piles!
Dr. Williams" Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding and itching
piles wheirall other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays
the itching at once, acts as a jioiiltice.
gives instant relief. Dr. Williams'
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only
for piles and itching of the private
parts, and nothing else. Every lxix
is warranted. Sold by druggists or
sent by mail on receipt of price, 50
cents and $1 per ix.
WlLLIAVS M A X l' F A CTC EI XG Co.,
Proprietors. Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Ikilinsen. Druggist.
To Care Constipation Forerer.
Take Owareu Caudv CUuartic lOecrZSa.
II C. C. C. Ia:l lo core, Uruirgiu relouU mcccf.
Subscribe for The Argcs.
TnE AKGU8, WEIXtSDAY TtfAY -
JOTTINGS AROUND J0SLIN.
Brrmy Batch mf New From the r pper Fnd
of the County.
Joslin. May 17. The click of the
corn planter is again beard through,
out thu laud.
J. Jonahoo is shipping a car load of
oats, of his own raising, to Chicago.
William Groh .shipped a load of
hogs last Monday to Chicago. He
paid -1 cents for the best.
Joseph Whiteside, who is oiie of
our faithful store clerks, has liecn
taking a vacation of a couple of
The genial showers we have been
having have improved the pastures,
and vegetables of all kinds are grow
Miss Mary Nold. of Kock Island,
daughter of Henry Nold. of Ziima.
came up Wednesday evening last to
visit with her parent:.
W. 11. Whiteside is having the
foundation laid for a wind mill with
an elevated tank, w hich can In; used
for watering the garden or forcing
water into his residence.
The plasterers an- now putting on
the finishing touches upon Henry
Knocke-inus" new residence, which is
a more substantial and commodious
building f han the one that was de
stroyed by tire.
During tin; civil war it was the
plain men from the farm, the factory
and the forge who went to the front
and tired shot and shell, in order that
the government of the jieople aiid for
the people .should not jicrish from the
earth, while Wall street money kings
were laying plans to amass more
wealth out of their country's necessi
ties. Miss Myrtle Ileald. who was a
pointed a delegate to the Sunday
school convention at Milan, read a
lengthy rcxirt at the Joslin Sunday
school Sunday last, which was very
interesting, some saying was just
about as good as being present at the
convention." The secretary's report
showed that there arc . 87 Sunday
schools in Kock Island county, anil
there were !I7 delegates present at the
convention, ami there have lieen seven
conventions held during the year.
The following were elected township
presidents: E. Cool. Cordova; L. J.
Pcarsall. Cor; Charles Pearsall. Port
Hymn; E. Pan-, Canoe Creek: Dr.
Warren Hunter. Hampton; Myron
Vol ton. Ziima: W. F. Eastman. Mo
line. S. D. Cleland. Kock Island, L. A.
Wylie. Coal Valley; C. McLaughlin.
IJIack nawk:-Thomas Watson. Drury:
John Pence, HulTalo Prairie; Key. f .
K. Johnson. Edgington; Robert Hnl
cat. Howling: John Hailcy, Rural: O.
Leonard. South Kock Islam!; A. H.
Smitit, South Moline.
Cordova. May 17. C. H. Fisk spent
Monday in Kock Island.
A. S. Marshall is home on a short
Our public school will close Friday.
May 20. "
Miss Aiblie Ege visited the three
Kenton Davis, of Moline, railed on
old friends here Monday.
Horn, to Mr. ami Mrs. W. H. Pin
nco. a girl. Tuesday. May lti.
President Iiocpplc. of the billion
factory, came up from Muscatine Fri
day. Principal O. I. Additon. of the pub
lie schools, spent Saturday ami Sun
day at Kock Island.
Miss Glass, of Greater New York, is
here lo sciid the summer with her
aunt. Mrs. M. Mil Her v.
Mrs. James Tew spent a few days
last week with her daughter, Mrs.
C H. Tavciincr. at Lanark. III.
Mrs. Jessie Dixon arrived Monday
evening from Virginia lo spend a few
weeks wilh her aunt, Mrs. K. Purdy.
Mrs. Edilh Hrown and children re
turned Monday from a visit with
friends at Cainaiiche ami Clinton.
Mr. ami Mrs. G. II. Gager left Sat
urday for Glenn Falls, N. V.. on re
ceiving wind that Mr. Gager's mother
was very ill.
Mrs. JarrcdSexton and daughter,
Annie, returned Monday from Mil
waukee and have joined Mr. Sexton
at this place. They have decided to
make their home in Cordova and have
moved into the Marshall house re
cently purchased by James Siinpsou.
How t Look (imxl.
Good looks are really more than
skin deep. deiclidiiig entirely on a
healthy condition of all the vital or
gans. If tho liver lie inactive, you
have a bilious look: if your stomach lie
disordered, you have a dysjieplie look:
if your kidneys be affected, you have
a pinched look. Secure good health,
ami you will surely have good looks.
Electric Hitters" is a good alterative
and tonic. Acts directly on the
stomach, liver and kidneys. Purilies
the blood, cures pimples, blotches
and lioils. and gives a good complex
ion. Every bottle guaranteed. Sld
at Hart. A; I'llenieycr's drug store.
."i0 cents jht lmttle.
A Warm Friend.
Foley's Colic is very hot. but w hen
diluted it is a warm friend indeed to
those suffering from ImiwcI com
plaints. It never fails. cents and
0 cents. Sold bv T. II. T homas.
Doat TobarrSrit m4 Sawkt loer IJfe Aaaj.
To quit tularco easily and forever, be mag
netic, lull of life, nerre anil vicur, take No To
Bac, the wonder worker, that makes weak mca
strong. Ail drupgists, Wc or II. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and aampie free. AOdres
Sterling itemed Co., Chicago or New York.
When Weak. Wear and Wasted
from kidney diseases, why not trv
Foley's Kidney Cure, a jruarantee'l
medicine. For sale by T. H. Thomas.
The HiDd im hm ktnn Bought
BOY RESTORED TO MOTHER.
Mrs. Laflln Assisted by the Court In Sernr-
ln( the Custody of Her Bon.
Mrs. Clella Lnflin. through her at
torneys. Sweeney & Walker and E. E.
Parmenter, applied to Judge (Jest in
the circuit yesterday afternoon for a
writ of assistance for the recovery of
her little son. Boyd, who has since
Nov. 29, 1897. been in the custody of
his lather, Franks. Laflin. of Scars.
The writ was granted, and last even
ing Deputy Sheriff Nicholson went to
Scars, secured the - boy and turned
him over to the keeping of his mother.
When the Lall'ms were divorced it
was agreed that the father was to
have the rare of the child from Nov.
15 to May 15. and the mother the
remainder of each year. I-aflin's lirst
six months expired last Tuesday.
Mrs. Ijillin drove to Sears in a buggy
to get Hoyii, but was lircvellU'd by her
former husband, whom she "said
hea nil all sorts of angry words on
Imth her and the court.-
V. M. C. A. at Camp Tanner.
Slat1 Secretary A. M. Hruner sav
a great work is lieing done iiy
the V. M. C. A. among the soldier
boys at 'aiup Tanner. When the
c :njitinies leave Camp Tanner for the
national encampment they are allowed
to take no civilian clothes with them,
and bundles are left at the Y. M. C.
A. tent and expressed home for the
boys. Roxes of comforts sent from
the homes come in cam of the as
sociation tent and are distributed
there. "The tent is the only social
resort at the camp,". says Mr." Hruner,
and our piarlcrs are crowded many
times during the day. A company
will gather around the organ and sing
alternately national airs, college
songs aiid gosicl hymns. The
social atmosphere from the lirst
was wholesome. Hut by far the most
satisfactory feature is the religion
work lieing done. Heretofore little
coul. 1 be accomplished along this line,
lull in this ramp it is the leading fea
ture. Since the first few nights meet
ings have lieen held every evening.
The chaplains of the different rcgi
nieiits'havo Isi-n secured to give short
addresses. The meetings are ociied
with a spirited soli! service mid are
closed with a testimony meeting."
The H. Hershey brought dow n :2
strings of logs.
The City of Winona and Verne
Swain were, in port.
The W. J. Noting. Jr., came up
one her Iri-weekly trip.
The Horace II., Cavodoti. Ten
Hroeck. George S. and the Linehaii
The stage of water at the Kock Isl
and bridge at noon was stationary al
3. ."; the teiiiMrature 75.
The water is stationary at St. Paul.
K-d Wing. North McGregor and Du
buipic. is falling at Keed's Landing.
La Crosse. IeClaire and Kock Island,
and rising at Dcs Moines Rapids and
St. Ionis. The forecast is that the
river will show but slight changes in
the stage from Dubiiiie to Kock Isl
and in the next hours.
(ilad MieSaw Ir. Oneal.
Mrs. Muhs. wife of Emil Muhs. a
well known farmer, living near El
dridge. S-ott county, Iowa, says: "I
am glad I went to see Dr. Oneal. 1
had catarrh, and was so deaf that my
life was a misery to myself and fam
ily. My head hurl me constantly,
and my ryes were so weak and wa
tered so I could hardly keep them
open. Dr. OneaFs treatment helcd
me at once. A short course of treat
ment relieved my head and eyes, ami
now they do not bother me at all. ami
I can hear the clock tick as soon as I
step into t lie room where it is. Again
I say I am thankful I saw his adver
tisement and went to see him."
Dr. Oneal can be consulted free of
charge Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday of this week at the Kimball
Kejro Soldiers In tli bnuth.
Mobile is to have a negro regiment as
a part of the forco mobilized here. The
negro soldiers are well sjiokeu of by
those who have command of them. It is
rather singular that as a rule their ofli
ctrs are southern men and from these
officers comes word that their men are
well disci'dhied, well put np and sol
dierly in every respect, ami that, other
things aside and speakiuK purely from
a military point of view, they would
r.tther enmmuud negroes than white
men. Wexeiuemlier that in the late war
the npgru troops Tnuilo a Rood record fr,r
bravery, and woiavo no douM that if
any of them aro scut to Cul.-u they will
bo fouud among tuo iinirt useful of all
that tke part in tho occupation of tho
ifcluud. Mobilo Register.
A Veteran Fijhter.
rpaia has been doing mnro or less
lighting for tho past 700 years somu
timi svryjood lighting, too and thero
will be mine credit in licking her, even
thongh it iu't dono in a week. Chica
go Inter Ocaun.
Attention, Campers and rtshinir, Parties.
We are headquarters for camping
and lishing supplies; also a full line
of fresh groceries always tin band and
at the lowest price. Ice delivered to
all camps. Fresh and cured meats,
fresh produce direct from the farm.
All gods sold will lie delivered free
S. J. Apple, Sears, 111.
are they while suffering from kidney
diseases are prejudiced against ail
advertised remedies. They should
know that Foley's Kidney Cure is not
a quack remedy", but an holiest guar
anteed medicine for kidney and blad
der troubles. T. II. Thomas sells it.
Xo-To-Um for Hfly Ccnta.
Cnarsnfvd tohaceo habit cure, lutltm weak
men stroBf, btood pure. MceL AUarugguua.
o Far FsnsHiF L'ne - - - o
r- i .1..
:nt guarantees the Age and
I eruuj.-s in your i-i:iiij yuu uc uui iuiic wniir.y. rut you
want that Utile gaol of the test Ths United Slates Govcrn-
whiskies: a -v
through its Internal Revenue Officers at the distilleries, at
Kvcr lmttle .f OM Owe and IWmliae i tcirted. Be anra tha .
Internal Krvcniie Stamp oyer the c.rk al t ;ule i aH broken and
lU .t it btars the name W. A. OAlMia & CO.
It is a boveraaieRt boaraatee that aoea with Una fcattfia.
ALL DEALERS SELL IT
DOLLY BROS.' MAY SHOESALE
Change of Program Dally
Third Week . .
MOXIUV. MAY If.. Indies Tan Oxfords 75c
Tl'KSHAY, MAY 17, Miss s" T.n Shm s. larr $1.00
WEDXIDAY. MAY 18. Mea's l.:l SIkk-s $1.23
THrUSDAY. MAY 13. Ladies' Slippers gOc
FUIDAY. MAY W. Lidi. s' Tan l;ur SIkh s $1.39
SATITSHAY. MAY L'l. Mili-.h given away ith every pair of Shoes
We close at 6:30 rcept
fv: . a.
Do You Want This Ring
You Can Obtain It Without Paying a Cent.
Wc fho you one of lhee beautiful Orient Mammiil and Knbjr Hew Rlnga,
li a nice lu.li Inix. if you ill itt-votr n f nioiiM-ntN tn ina yuur fHendM arhat
an intcrt.iiiiu auuraTuiie 1'he HiMtMlMt4l Journal is. Kcari bat e nmf below,
as llii-i Is one of tin siniturratl Ixaa . dr nrric odcrs ever made ty a rcliabla
Auicricun iiiiliUshiutf bnii.
Tlx: rini; f cxiille ntlv m.uc at cennlne rnllrd cold plate(arranted to wear
for years! uih! Hie -ltiiir coiiMts of ihrt-e famous Orient Mnmlaliini sumra. If p
reMntiiiu to Ulnnmiul mid a Kol.y. These slones are Ibe lineot of Uiw alndj
llK-vs-nd forth iln-ir si'iniillailoii like niiiiiaiurc xlurs.
When you receive one of IImm rcmarkatile rino. you m ill lie wi Joyful that yam
will pruie 1 lie K.naiil a Ihi. In u f r 11 wav land, d s Miverrd I lie prorem if ereaiiaff
such xiui-.ile siiiiiilMthm f Nlurr'itmii rtrtxim-t. i mr desire k to aet
lart'c iiunilier of 'ople ui siitis"rilM: tor The IIoum-IioIiI Jaiarnal. thne nHinihn
wu Iri.U al 1 cems. anil as a sR-eiul Imhlecnieiil. a lM-auliliil premium a ill Im- irlven
lo each trial suliserilNT Wn n am uu li show anilc e.ie4 of The Hmw.
Iilil Journal, to five UilTeri'iit H-oie. take the r sulr-eriiilUm at SA renta earn,
and deliver to them a splendid Uift. For doin) this we will rive ymi the Orient
Iliamond and Kul.y IviiiE alHive desTilH-d in aa attractive I'lnah Hal.
Tin- riui; in the Imix )ik just like runrx that areolien sold in More at dollar
an! dollars. If y.iu aeeepi our offer. 11 -ml bk tli rent to pay for inaillna a pe
nal premiums. everal Hiiiple rde and the maenifleent Orient Irtple-aUia
Kin; in plush Imix. You can send us the balance Ifl "' when foil have rollecled
from the MilwnlH-rs. Ilv our idler you positively take no risk. If fnm are mat.
fill It at foiled yon ran aea-p all the prijeea without ayinc na another eent he
yond the S.t rents, aliieb must accompany your letter lo vs. What eiHikl If.
fairerr Wc are honcsi, ami we depi-ud upon dcaiiiiK with bmicst, coOMrieaiiaua
We depend -npon your I11I eerily not to take nnfalr advantaK' of thla ad-
verl iNenient just to tr.-t our vnliialile premium. We wacl you to help Inlrodiiee,
our delit'hl fill home ami family n-ai'lnc. as we know thai most people, after Mib
scriiiint; for a few monilis a i'l like it so welt itiey w ill nnew year after year, and
therein lieourdiiileinls. .lust lliink bow easy It is to po to a friend, abow nr
IIi'k niatraii-T iib a iM-autifnl icift and offer her three months' suliscription with
the pn at t!i renta she w ill llitnk tul c4vini( her the elmnee. Vow caa
lake live aiilm-riptions in half an hour tlihers aredoimr w Tbey Kay It i very
easy. You 11 lie similarly sueecxsful. Hend X.I vent silver, or 36 renta In
THE HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL PUB. CO.,
Household Journal Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
FREE ADVICE ly rhv-Min and a
ir iiiciTh iiieauii a lis iiae'ii r ree ftook trrallnei
rei-lpet arc soinu of ihc rvnm why ya .bnuld write na.
ur, ivay s renovator
fure Hie very worrt f Hy pviirb. ;.n-tlpallon, llrda-he. Mrer and
kiilney dlHse. Kend for prtMit uf H. (.naranfen It. Write Malmat
all t your r utpUiiii.. In-, kar'a llvuoni. . sold Irr drucaista, or acnt
by mail un receipt of price. 5 renla nml I.KI.
Address Dr. B. J. KAY MEDICAL CO.. f Wntara OAoti Omaha. Nab.
M Dr Pcal'c
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For sale by A. J. Bela. Drnggist.
Four Per Cent Paid on Dpeita.
toner Loaned on Feraonaj Collateral or Real Ketate eenrlty.
t. W. Bnford, PreaMrrt,
John Crnbanah, Vice Prul.nt.
t. Greanatralt, ( aller.
Beraa ba't Jyl, into, and oreup tto B.
K. cocaar JlitcbcU Lade a w baUdibie.
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Purity of every bottle of
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Wed ucsday and Saturday,
Of onr now stock of Wall Ptpera ,
doean't alone lie in their ertUUo
coloring end deiigni, bat is
tbelr remarkable cbeepoMi. Weil
Papers 20 per cent cheaper the
ever before. See our greet re
duction in prices and you will
be ear prised.
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