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THIS ABGTJS, TnURSDAT, NOVEMBER 3, 1893
McCASKEIN & McCASKRIK,
Attorneys at Law.
Roek Island and Milan. Boek Island oflM
over Krell Math's store. MUaa oa oo
B. C. OOKtlXI. M.D. OOVIKUT
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Lew.
Money loaned-' Office orer Thomas drag
store, corner of SeoenA arenas- and Serea
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
PIBee In Bock Island National Bank Build-
WILLIAM L. LUDOLPH.
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General leral business. No
tary public 170a Seoond arenae, iiuford
B. D. IWYISIT. C. L. WUXU.
SWEENEY A WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Office in court house.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security; make eollee
ons. Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, bankers.
Oaee, MitckeU Lynde building.
F. 1L FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 157. Omee, S28 Twentieth
treet. Once hours: 10 to 11a.m.; t to 4 and
to p. m. Sunday, 8:30 to 9:30 a. m.; 1:30 to
t P- sa.
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office IflOT Second arenue. Residence 800
weoty-fourth street. Telephone Ilia Offlce
ours from 10 to 12 a. m: t to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
. m, Sundays 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
children. a)o diseases of eye. ear. nose and
throat. Office hours 0:30 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 p.
jo. til Sixteenth street. Rock Inland.
J. M. 1CIIH1RT, M. D
. . . MBS. HAI4 M. BCKKHART. If. D.
DRS. BURK1IAKT & BURK1IART.
Office Tremann block. Offlce hours 8 to 12
a. m.. I to I sod 7 to p. m. 'r hone No. 4082.
Rnek Island, Hi. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlce between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth tlrccL Office bounc it to 11a.m..
t to 4 p.m. and 7 to V p. m. Night calls from
ones. I'booe 40x1.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horses sad cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
former in a acienuno manner, uogs ireaieo.
ill calls Droit) Dt It attended to. Healdvnce.
ICS Fifth avenue. Telepbooe I o 1367. Offloe
and Infirmary. 1SI5-K517 fifth avenue (James
Mauoyer s sfcSD m), opposite r o. i ore souse.
C. L- SILYIS,
Over KreU A Maths, 1716 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms 11 and IK. Mitchell A Lvude building.
Offloe hours from 8 to 13 a. m. and 1 to p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR.
Office hours to II a. m.. 1:30 to 4M p. m.
1 Eigbteenih street. Opposite Union oiBce.
DRACK & KERNS.
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block Second Boor.
HERY GAgTJE. Prop.
Cut newer and Designs ot all HJnda,
Clw store, ISO? Second arcane. Telephone
o)f I E
-w' 0 I aiis
i H asi
Dr. William-" Indian Pllo
OiDUucutiti. Aire Baud
HleeUinjr ant. Ileum
Plica. It abaor ua the tu mora.
siiavs the itchuu: at once, acta
1 II li-f- fr. Williams' Indian Pile O.nt-
1 meat Upreparea for Ifiesand lick
J leg of the private parts. Every box is
e--'nt of price. J cents and 91. Oo. WILLI IRS
AMUriCTUsiaS CO- Props.. Cleveland. Ohio.
fcHjid by M. F. Banhien.dmgglsUi
"rXTANTKO BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
v v and board at SIM iouna avenue.
"IXTANTED-GIRt. FOR GENERAL, HOCSB-
wont. Apply Ii.i juiraiieaTO
T ANTED AN EPPSRIENCED C XMC
Mrs. C. C. Carter. 1S17 Sixth arcane.
1XTANTE3 A COMPETENT COOK AP-
V ply to Mrs. Morris Rosenfleld, 617 iXlne-
teentn street- '
WANTE3 A RELIABLE GIRL TO DO
renerV housework bvtheday. No wash
ing. Address -tt M. Argus
WANTED B1ARDERS. ROOM AND
good table boa'd at (i.2n per week
Good location. 1115 Sevemecnth street.
mTTO- A GOOD Gilt. FOR GENERAL
v v hou.sework: must be a rood cook. In
quire at Mr. George While's. 513 Twenty-th rd
WANTED TWO GOOD HUSTLERS TO
sell installment special lies. Salary or
oommiHH on. E W. Crermire, 1913 cecocd
avenue, ttock Island.
WANTED MACHINIST. TD DO GKX-
v er:il work about a plow shop, including
die work Kingman Plow company, Mon
WANTED A ROYAUOCTIS YEARS OF
aire, of good character, to drive wagon.
M'-st come well rccvmmi odei Apply to
Hudson A Parser.
fVTA VTEf-TTVTftTft THREE FURNISHED
v T roitni wh' re llcht housekeeping eaa be
done. Cenfal loca ljn preferred. AdJress
WANTED-Cr.STOSIniS. BY COMPK
V tent and fashionable dressmaker, new
ly located In tbe city at I4 sixteenth
street. Mrs. V). B.Ilurkhart. Prices reasonable.
WANTED ONE OR TWO ROOMS FOR
llgbt housekeeninir with a Drivate fam
ily, located between Twelfth and Twenty
stxth streets. Address Immediately to "J. H.,'
care Allen Myers A Co.
TTT ANTED BOARDERS AT THE GRAND,
vv 3!2' Twentieth street, over Adams'
wall paper store. H Board and bed at 43.75.
Meals 25 cents. Short order 15 cents. Home
baked b;ead and best coffee.
WANTED. MEN WITH MONEY TO IN
vest. and who desire a safe and profit
able Investment, to Investigate tbe very de
tirabe stock of tbe American Condensed
Ilr-rse Feed company. Call at 1510 Fhsi ave
nue. VTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches. Jewelry, hardware.
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc Highest cash prices
paid for second band goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confllemiaL His new number and location,
ltta Second avenue. Don't forget It. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
TTIOR RENT A NICE FLAT BY E. J.
R SALE- SI K GOOD HEATING STOVES
cb ap. 1122 Th'rd avenue.
OR SALE A GENT S BICYCLE AN 189
Steams, at a bargain. P. Greenawalt.
"CTOR SALE TWO GOOD BUILDING LOTS.
A? eOxloO feet, near C, B.Is P. depot, a
FOR SALE-TWONIPEHOMF.SON THIRD
avenue, one tJuO. the other rl.lut: DaTlnir
paid for. Inquire at 11 10 Third avenue.
IfOR SALE AN "-ROOM HOUSE 4 YEAR3
old. with city water, sewer and barn, at
ZH08 Fifth and a half avenue. Inquire cn prem
ises. T7OR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM,
a? All kinds of fruit: good buildings; near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon.
Gordon A Bowman.
FOR SALE TWO HALF ACRE LOTS IN
Webb s sub-division. Sou'.h Rock Island.
A bargain if taicen at once. Apply to George
F. Both, Masonic Temple.
FOR SALE A KSfi-ACRE FARM IN ROCK
lslund county: good corn and pasture
land: will take prt trade. W. Claussen, Irront
and Ripley street. Davenport, Iowa.
TTHDR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
A? farm near town. Lots of fruit. To be
sold cheap to settle an estate. Here is a bar
gain cheap fur cash. No trade. Gordon A
FOR BALE OOAI. IN ANY QUANTITY
of 5- bushels or over at t?. SO per ton, de
livered C. O. U. to any part of the oliy. Leave
o -tiers at fommorctal bnuse barbershop. Rock
I (land, or Enoa James, Milan.
TTKJR SALE-CHEAP LOTS IN M'MAS
X; ter's addition, old baseball grounds. TBe-e
lota will be sold from fto tpward: small
amount down, balance on long tlmi at 6 per
cent- Reidy Bros., room 4, Mitchell A Lyude
POR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
a- with about 60 different slides, suitable for
tiling legal blanks or any description of papers
In Oat form to be kept in bape for writing.
A ooEprehenslve index connected. Just tbe
thing for any office with contracts, etc, to
Oie. Address H. E. C.eare of Tas A bcca
FOR BENT SIX-ROOM FLAT IN HCR.ST
hi ck. Twentieth street. 11 modern con
veniences r-J per month. E H. biadord,
XTOR REST THE STANDARD CLUB
A rooms. Suitable for lodge meetings, so
cial gatherings or d .ncing parties. Rent rea
sonable. Steam heat. KreU A Math,
IOR RENT FINE ALMOST NEW. WELL
built, two story house. 1102 Nineteenth
tret. II large rooms, furnace, bath and all
modern convenience, for 22 per month. Will
S'U at a bargain if taken quick. Apply to U.
A. Weld. Buford block.
rpBANCK AND BCSINESS MEDIUM NOW
A located at MS Sixth street. Sat sfactlon
Private and couOdcniial lc.tc.s
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gage loans by W. H. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal He
m.ivd makes OOUecuoos uiv usa .pcviaivj.
XTTANTED CIRCULAR AND SAMPLE
W distributors: 5 Per l.nn pav advanced:
nonKanent: exnerience unneceary. L'nion
Advertising company, Uotbschiid building.
OIL PAINTINGS CLEAStJJ AD K
paired, 1 hev must be renovated to pre
served them. Drawing and pamUdg taught.
Lace dres and curtain mended properly: fine
lave mended and done up like new. Water
eolos oopvrlghted of oid Fort Armstrong,
al-w Co orado views for aale. Addrew Mim
Ilatt. bJl Twenty-third s reel. Rock Island.
TFINS GIVEN IN DRAWING. UESIGN
i log pen ard ink w. rk and patntin. Wa
tr colors cop rigbtedl of Oid Ft Vor Arm-
i strong and UHorauo views iur "uc
Umuim given by correspon tence d cenus.
' Call fcaturiavs or address Miss H. Piatt, S31
I Twenty-third street.
I Subscribe for Tux Axgcs.
MUSINGS AROUND MILAN.
and Gossip From
os the Ueanepln.
Milan. Nov. 1. Miss Carrie Walker
is takinr a normal coarse at tbe Gen.
J. C. Johnson has disposed of his
The Kniirhts of Frthias will nve a
ball at the town hall Nor. 4.
Thomas White and family, of War
ren, are visiting friends and relatives.
Miss Cornelia Walker, who has been
sick for the past week, is much im
proved. Prof. Pbilbrook, of Rock Island, has
oronized a class here for tbe study
of vocal music.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyer returned last
week after a month's visit among
friends in Missouri.
Mrs. William Bar net t and son. of
Tavlor Ridge, visited Tuesday with
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins.
Miss Anna Goldsmith retnrned last
week from a visit with her sister,
Mrs. T. White, of Warren.
Rock Island bad a few men em
ployed last week cleaning the bridges
of'Rock river. They also need re
pairing. IMiss Ruth OTIaver, assistant -at
the postofliee. has returned after
spending a week with her parents in
Prof. Charles i-ge attended the
Northern Illinois Teachers' convention
at La Salle last Friday. He was the
only teacher who went from Milan.
A republican rally was held at the
town hall Satnrday evening. The
speakers were B. D. Connelly, of Rock
Island, Dr. Taylor, of the insane asy
lum, and F. G. Allen, of Moline. -
Joslin, Nov. 1. Fred Netzer is
troubled with rheumatism in his arms
Jesse Walker took a trip to Geneseo
with the. a load of poultry last Satur
K. Walker now rides behind a
fast driving horse, which he has pur
chased from James Dillon.
Groh, Hollister & Wake shipped a
car load ot hojs from Joslin, for
which they paid $3.40 per hundred.
Mr. lolun received a telegram rn
dav evening announcing the sudden
death of his wife's sister, who resided
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hanna are re
joicing over the arrival of a new son.
which demanded recognition last
Fridav. Thev now have six sons.
When the poor man gets property
without earning it he is branded a
thief. When the rich man does the
same thing by cornering the money
market he is called a uuancier.
Goldie Wainwright. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wainwright, of
South Dakota, contemplates spending
the winter here with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wain
wright. Rain, sleet and snow has been tbe
combination which has interfered
with the farmers picking their corn.
Cattle that happened to be without
proper shelter su tiered, and great
damage was done to fruit trees.
it is becoming a matter of serious
concern all through the country dis
tricts and in some of our towns and
cities, and the question is being akedt
Why do not more of the men attend
religious meetings?" It is a matter
of remark that congregations are now
mostly made up of women and chil
dren, and ministers of the gospel are
becoming so much alarmed that they
are discoursing upon and are asking
the above question, "Why do not
more of the men attend religious
Andalusia. Oct. 31 Chris Seefeldt
is moving into the hotel.
Mrs. Susan C. Smith visited at Mi
The receipts from Friday evening's
oyster supjer were $ 13.
Link Steckman and family are mov
ing into Mrs. Davis' house.
Miss Ida Ross and brother Charles
Sundayed at J. I). Watson's.
Mrs." Charles Huntley and Miss Ed
na Finley have recovered from their
John Mosher started this morning
for Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
Mosher will start Tuesday.
Henry Wilkins and family have
rented some rooms in the hotel. They
will stay there until their new house
The U. B. congregation held its
quarterly meeting Saturday and Sun
day. Presiding Elder Rigney was
The invitation dance in the town
hall Friday evening is looked forward
to with much interest, especially by
those who are invited.
Late to bed and early to ris. pre
pares a man for his home in the skies.
But early to bed and a Little Early
Riser, the pill that makes life longer
and better and wiser. T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahn
Cdneate Toar Bowels With Cases rets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c &c If C C- C. fail, druggists ret und money.
of utare. from mere ptmples to most 3
obntnmta Esnu. Krysipelas. C leers, acd ail I
eeapooM. are quickly, inaaaiil I J, perma- 3
IfEISKELL'S GIHTZIEHT. i
Taeskia Is made dear, smooth, soft and 3
3 healthy, and la kept so by tbeiueor 3
I HEISKELL'S SOAP.
g u J absoletai, per soap, cembteed with :
S awdieiBal ram and barbs. i4iu "4 i
I P.'Si'se ta ftaegscs. Bo!4 b s!l linn ix . :
ms ; sash as eta.
lisssn as, PaUa.
Cordova. Nov. 1. Mrs. William
Marshall, of Davenport, visited friends
here last week.
Mrs. Noble returned to her home at
Bloomington last week.
Mrs. Rake, of Plankington. S. D.,
is visiting relatives and friends here.
Mrs. R. K. McCormick. of Lead
ville. Colo., is calling on relatives and
Mrs. Johnson, of Canton, Mo., is
visiting with her daughter, Mrs. O.
Miss Chattie Marshall came down
from Fulton Saturday, returningTues
Miss Bessie Hugnnin spent Sunday
and Monday at home, returning to
Mrs. Nettie Hngunin will move her
family and household effects to Clin
ton in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Savers will
soon leave for California, where they
will spend the winter.
O. Peterson and Mrs. Sarah Hollis
ter srient Saturday and Sunday at
their homes in Rock Island.
O. Peterson and C. C. Marshall were
pleasantly surprised Monday night by
a large num1erof their young friends.
tbe occasion being their 31st and .21st
Miss Delia Hitchcock left Sundav
for Nevada City, Cal., in .company
with Mrs. Gibbons, of that place.
They were accompanied as far as Clin
ton bv Mrs. Edith Brown. v
Cole Sanks, of Princeton, la., swore
out a warrant against Henry Peters
and wife on a criminal charge. Not
being able to give bail Constable
Owen took them to Rock Island, where
they will remain until ;Monday, when
they will have their preliminary trial.
Sunday afternoon occurred tbe death
of George Parks, after a lingering ill
ness from consumption. The de
ceased leaves a wife and four children
and many friends to mourn his loss.
The funeral services will be held Wed
nesday at 2 p. m., at the Baptist
church, with Masonic honors.
Changes in real estate are becoming
quite general. D. T. Pinneo has pur
chased the building belonging to Eliz
abeth Cool, on Main street, and has it
already under a thorough course of
repair. Ed Hunt has purchased the
place belonging to X.ucian tsyers.
Frank Runjan has bought the real es
tate belonging to Mrs. Mary Hubbard,
in the lower end of town; considera
tion, f 400.
Foster. Nov. 1 Mr. and Mrs Enoch
Warman returned home last Saturday
after a pleasant visit of several weeks
with their son and wile in western
"Pony" Hesser came home from
Nichols, Iowa, Saturday, to spend a
few days at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krueger and
Charles Spickler and family spent
Sunday at John Zollner's.
The "Misses Kate Watson, Alia Fos
ter and Carrie Spickler, visited at
Sherman Warinan's, of Buffalo. Prai
Miss Bessie Gillett, who has been
teaching school near Milan, came
home Satnrday exeuing for a short va
cation. The Misses Anna and Sarah Meyer
and brother Will took dinner with
their sister, Mrs. George Freyermuth.
William McQueston. with two as
sistants, came out from Muscatine last
week and placed a furnace in Thomas
Watson's new residence.
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather last Tuesday evening, the so
cial which was to have been given at
Thomas Watson's, was postponed un
til Wednesday night.
Reynolds. Nov. 2. Mrs. S. T. Mc
Entife spent Wednesday in the tri
cities. John'Boultinghouse spent Tuesday
in Rock Island and Davenport.
The dance given at the opera hall
Friday night was a great success.
Mrs. S. J. Ferguson and 6on Vance,
accompanied by Mrs. Furguson's sis
ter, returned home Saturday night.
Mrs. L. M. Walker and daughter
Alta visited with relatives here last
F. G. Wait is removing his house
hold goods to Aledo this week, where
he expects to make his future home.
S. P. Ash and C. II. Wayne have
purchased a car load of apples from
the east. Home grown apple s are
scarce in this locality.
Rev. D. T. Robinson, the Presby
terian minister at' 'Hamlet, returned
home last week from New Jersey,
where he attended the funeral of his
brother, who was a prominent man in
Sam Johnston, of Hedding college,
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
Jane Johnston, who accompanied him
back to Abingdon Monday. Mrs.
Johnston expects to spend the winter
William Doonan went to Milan
some time ago and nnderwent an op
eration for removing a cancer from
his breast. Drs. Carter and Wiggins
performed the operation. Mr. Doonan
is recovering nicely, ',. ,
Free Pills. ' ,J '
Send yenr address to II. E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a free box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills. , A trial
will convince yon of their .merits.
These pills are easy in action and are
particularly effective in the core of
constipation and sick ache. For ma
laria and liver troubles they have been
proved invaluable. They ire guaran
teed to be perfectly free from every
deleterious substance, and to be pure
ly vegetable. They do not weaken by
their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigor
ate the system. Regular size 25 cents
der box. Sold by Ilartz & Ullemever,
Hampton, Nov. 1. The council
meets next Saturday night.
John Vogel is employed in the coal
mine at Moline bluff.
-A new store has been located at
Watertown by Daniel McNeil.
Mrs. John "Newell has gone to Clin
ton, Iowa, t y visit her daughters.
Plenty of hunters for wild fowl are
out, but game is scarce and so far but
Bright sunshine and brisk winds
are drying the roads and putting them
in good condition.
Mrs. F. C. Topping, of Chicago, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Vogel, for a short time.
A number of our citizens are en
gagedat the coal banks in this vicin
ity and at Moline bluffs.
"raul Guckert has moved into his
new dwelling. Ed Robinson takes
possession of the former Guckert
Marion Keller had his left hand se
verely lacerated by a rock falling
upon it Monday. It will lay him up
for some time.
If the democracy will stand to
gether tirmly and fight for the ticket
they will greatly increase their ma
jority at the election.
Fishing is about over, those inter
ested taking out their nets for the
season. It has been a poor one and
but little return for the labor and in
vestment. Complaints are heard continually of
ill treatment of patients at the insane
asylum. There should be some kind
of "investigation to stop such reports
of brutality as are being heard almost
Halloween passed with the usual
pranks of the boys and girls. Some
miscreant filled the chimney of J. J.
Vogel with refuse and came near
causing a conflagration Tuesday
morning. Have your fun boys, but
don't endanger lives and property.
Cable, Nov. 3. Mrs. Alfred Haigh
was a Rock Island visitor Monday.
Ike Clements, of Carbondale 6poke
here Tuesday night.
A. double weddirg is one of the
events of the near future.
John E. Mardock and George W.
Werts, candidates on the democratic
ticket for judge and sheriff, were here
M. A. Beers & Son are meeting with
good success at their new mine in the
southwest part of town and have got
a good quality of coal, which is meet
ing a ready market.
M. D. Tomlinson has opened up an
old slope at his place one mile south
of town and expects soon to be able
to furnish work for a number of
The claim adjuster of the fire insur
ance company in which the Camp
Creek Coal company held an insurance
policy, was here Tuesday, and we un
derstand has adjusted the claims of
Hill Bros, in a satisfactory manner,
and that tehy willcommeuce rebuild
Considerable changes have been
made in railroad circles here this
week. William Knight, who has been
firing on this branch, has been trans
ferred to the main line. George Ran
son, of Rock Island, has succeeded
him. Theodore Scott, who was wip
ing here, has been promoted to fire
man on the Sherrard branch. Jim
Hampson and crew are with us again
for the winter. Ulysses Bell is master
mechanic at this end of tbe branch
and entered upon his new duties last
Saturday, and will take care of engine
No. 10 from arrival here in the even
ings until its departure in the morn
ing. Soldiers Sleeping; Coder Fire.
'I suppose some people will shra? their
shouldier," said a soldier who was in tbe
3-days' battle of San Juan Bill "when I say
that It Is a common thing for soldiers to (ro
sound as'eep under fire, when they are not
permitted to return the fire, but must lie
quiet. It isa't bravery or recklessness, but
the result of Intense excitement cn the
brain." In the. same wsy many men appear
utterly indifferent to dangerous disorders of
tbe stomach that liostetter's Stomach Bitters
would promptly cure. This remedy will make
them sleep "like a top." as the saying goes.
It will give them nerves of Iron. It will over
come distressing stomach and bowel disorder,
give tone and strength to the kidneys.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond, Va., says: I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two months; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
rheumatism. This cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. I have also heard of
tine results from others who have
Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second
avenue. Rock Island; Gust Schlegel &
Son, 220 West Second street, Daven
port. Try Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
At this season your feet feel swollen,
nervous and hot, and get tired easily.
If you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools
the feet . and makes walking, easy.
Cures swollen and sweating feet, blis
ters and-callous spots. Relieve -corns
and bunions of all paid and gives, rest
and comfort. Try it today rr4iold by
all druggists and shoe, stores for 25
eent. Trial packages free. Address
Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
Overcome evil with good. Over
come your coughs and colds with One
Minute Cough Cure. It is good. Chil
dren cry for it. It cures croup, bron
chitis, "pneumonia, grippe and all
throat and lung diseases. T. 1L
Thomas, A. J. Riess anJ M F. Bahn
X Cere Constipation Forever
Take Casearets Candy Cathartic. lOecrSa
If C. c. C. fail to care, druggists reload mooep
LODGE H vV.-0
1 r 1 1 m I iP&v h
In the Freemasonry of chewing the pass-word
mr ic . Ai4Ia Am
It opens the door to acquaintance and friend
ship among strangers, and initiates all candidates
in the highest degree of intelligent satisfaction.
There are now 1,500,000 members of Battle
Ax lodge in America, and you can join at any
tobacco store for JOc Join to-day. Don't delay.
when you buy again.
A Provoking Ml
CTTND ONE which is enough to make the righteous pro
fane and be forgiven, is an old stove that won't draw
when one is in a harry for their breakfast. When
yoa can buy a superior stove or range that is handsome and
useful, a good Lakor, and of the very bent manufacture,
that we sell at inch low prices why bother with a use
less old hoik.
"DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN
"THE CORN IS
if I Mfe-I
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
IN THE COLONEL,
And the kernel's In tbe corn," the
actor says iu the play. If it is
our fine whiskey, that is made
from tbe kernel that is in the col
onel, be can congratulate himself
on having something that is pure
and high grade, and that will ,
warm the cockles of bis heart and
ward off grip and other ailments,
on a cold Autumn day,