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THE'ARGTJS. SATURDAY. MAUCH 18, 18&9.
Estate of Frederick Schneider, deceased.
Th anderHlerned bavins; been appoioied
executrix of the isast will and testament
of Frederick Schneider, late of tbfl
county of Kocic Inland, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby given notice that she will
appear before the county court of Roc it
Island county, at the county court room, in
the city of Rook Island. at the M;v
term, on the first Mondav in May next,
at which tirre all persons htvintr claims airain-st
said estate are noticed and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of bavin the satce ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the tindersliroed.
Iated this Ttb day of March. A. D.
Kl'.Mi.L'.vit Ittneii. rlxecutrix.
Estate of Henry Fiedler, deceased.
The undersigned havinjt neen appointed ex
ecutrix of the last wiil and le-umen'. of Henry
ietllrr. lute of the county of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby (rives notice
that she will appear before the county
court or Ko?k Island county, at tne county
court room, in the city of Kock Island, at the
May term, on the first Monday in Mny
next, at which time ail persons havinr;
claims atrainst said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this :T7th day of February. A. D. IBS.
VaiiwNica lli'.K. Kxecutrix.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Matthias Grant Mounts decea'cd.
Iublic notice Ls hereby t'iven that the under
s'linrd. Krharut ;. Fickruscher. wlmiuistrator
or the est te or said tleceasiMl. has this
day tiled his final repurt and sett!- icent as
such i:i the county court ,l Kock I. si ud
county, and that an ordrr has i-en entered by
sa d cou-t approving the said report, unless ob
jections thereto or cau-.e to the contrary be
sbown on or before the 3d day of April.
y. I. 1XM. and l.pon the liual approval of aid
report the saiil Krhardt l Kiekenseher will
ask (or an order of distribution, and will also
ask to be discoursed. All pcisons interested
are notified to atterui.
lCoclt Island. Ill . March II. Kt..
KllllULTU. FH KKNsi llEK.
U. M. IllNTOOJf, Manager.
Telephone 111 OiT.ce hours 1 to! p. m.
New Subscribers Since ljtat llouk Was
1002 Apple. J. S.
VH-1 Kahnscn. F. W.. res.
4002 l)r3. litirkhart & Hurkhart.
4371 Colluin, John & Co.
42h:J Klk-nwooil. L. W.. residence.
41M llrvjr, Mrs. Sarah L, res.
4313 Kerns. George M.. res.
1336 liooknev. IJov. J. F., res.
1 :i."6 MfL'askrin & MrCaskrin.
417-' Talaoe of Sweets.
4101 IUf ! & IIIman.
4144 ltobinson, M. li. & Co.
40K2 Su minors. U. Cw. & Co.
1332 White, I. S.. res.
44 H Hritton & Taulsen.
44U2 Cash, George V. & Son.
11, kSO Kerns, S. A., res.
4391 lx?wis, Simon.
4 1SJ lVar.sall, (Jeore & Sun, res.
1 27A Ullemeyer, Charles,
1276 WiK lier, Phil S.
43.11 Connelly, John.
12t!6 Iel. L res.
1223 -The Kock Ishin.l Clnl.
1123 It. I. Plow Co., Kerns. S. A.
11M) C. li. ikii. freight olliee.
1 l;S- Morris & Ixjwis, foundry.
l.iOo- lloynton, K. W., res.
12. V -Keiin. J. W., tlrii;i;t.
12"." - Trc-fz, Win. res.
17 10 -Rill. lr. J. A., cilice.
.j.sd: Metier. Frcl.
1U1 Cramer, O. K.
.-,ii03 Dollv llros.
4so2 Kastiunti. W. II. & Co.
4.V.M Cotlfrev, K. F.
Il.ri3 Haas. J. L., res.
12'.--llLi(li inann. Chas., res.
J0."1 HuI.Ikj, W. C.
437 I Kerler Bros.
4:M2 KtK-h. John Sr.
12'.n l.ippiueott. Chas.. res.
4.SU2 Maueker, W. C.. irroeirv.
1702 Matu-ker, W. C. j;rorerv.
17o; Maueker. W. C iiverv.
J701 Maueker. W. C.. res. "
4072 Palaee Ciar store.
i:H'J Sireekfiis. John res.
p.HKJ Tal--r. C.
12'.sriii li. Jas. II.. res.
470 1 Warner. Koleit res.
N 15. Cut out the ahove and paste
on inside front cover of your telephone
directory for ready reference.
cf Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
l eave Kock Isiar,L
C. K. 1. i. P. iH-pot
' Street iH-pot.
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Lines east of lVoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on ni"ht
trains to principal cities.
Jen'l l'ass. Acnt,
Kotk IJaud, IU.
Perhaps you have had the
grippe or a hard cold. You
may be recovering from
malaria or a slow fever; or
possiily some cf the chil
dren are just getting over
the measles or wheoping
Are you recovering as fast
as you should? Has not
your old trouble left your
blood full of impurities?
And isn't this the reason
you keep so poorly? Don't
delay recovery longer but
It vill remove all impurl- f
ties from your blocd. It is
also a tonic of immense
value. Give nature a little
help at this time. Aid her
by removing all the products
of disease from your blood.
If your bowels are not
just right, Ayer's Pills will
make them so. Send for
cur book on Diet in Consti-,
Writ to our Ooctar.
W. haro the rxrln!vrt rprrfre "
ofine c,f th' m-li'ininiu ittiyHl.
rl-nn In th lTntt?d tiliitf-s. Vr.to
frlT nnd receive a prompt reply.
AduxcM, DIU J. C. AVKIt,
STfcVE F. Mll.l.FR.
Sole Lessee and Manager,
TWO NIGHTS AND MATINEE,
. . . Cornnicccinir . . .
SATl llPAY MATINEE
MARCH 18 and 19.
A Cfnolnr Novelty ut list. A Itrantl New
-SwedlHli Dialect Comedy IJraiua.
With that jolly yodlcr and mighty
funny f II')
JAMlS T. McAI.PIX
in the title role, supported by an ex
eellent company of dramatie anil
specialty artists. The reiKniti.' nov
t ltv of the season. 'I he famous
CASA. HEA1.E 1). ITALIA
Duelist from Kome Italy. The only
i;nis brass band in the world, sjeven-t-
:i little artists whose at.'Cs ran:;e
from 4 to V! ye;!r- and play pieces
i ke ol I cireus veterans.
lMtlCF.3 MATINKF- An
XiiiMT l'HH'KS. toe. i.c. : and.c
cilvxiistkeetpakaoe at noon.
'ale of scats at nieuer's jewelry store.
MARPER S THEATRE
Direction of Steve F. Mii.i.ek
ONE RI;IIT M.Y.
Monday Evening, March 20.
JOHN W. VOGEL'S
Anil the Ilintorleal Spectacle
. . . DARKEST AMERICA . . .
A M'jrliTy Union cf the World's (irca-.-tt
t;i;.NrKS Myiti: ixtf.kkstix;- ki:
SKK The Peerless T.a She. The K.xeit
in: Hoat Ka-e The itahbir s K t
SaiMin. The Xoel t ake Wain. The
Voodoo Dancers, etc.
HKAK Chenault. wonderful Ten.ir
Fountain t'iiy yu.i-te;. Superb Xtvr.)
Melmlies perl!e fhoru-es. e:e
ver Comet liaid- Double i irchc:ra.
Itfiil C oncert I I :.tO m. m.. 7:15 p. ni,
ljiccs "0c. .TRe and 25c.
Pale of seats opens s.ati:n'ay. March I", at
Kieuer's jewelry store.
Dr. Wi'.liaiT"' Indian Pile
o.ntmenlwi. Xre Hiind
i 'i . - 1 1 r 1 1- n. 1 1 .....
aiiays the ltcLin.- at i acta
a noi:iliie. cuts i- wit.,
i;ct. U i m u.idu.. iu'i..ii I'.ie wmt-
mrnt is Drenared for liiesmnri ii-i.
M 1 1' s - --.,. VIA im
warrante.l. By dn.irjrists. by n.n-l on re-
: . . . " l ...... an. 1 H . ii.t, ... - .
MANUf ACTUniNS CO.. Props., cievclaad. Oul
Sold b M V. nar.haen drturrlsi
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premhim payers of tbe state are main
taining a fund by popular auoscrpuon fro 33
wtucb ut offered a
Reward of S200
My the onderslsned association forthe arrest
and ronvietlon of any incendiary In any of the
associated io a
PROI'tRTV OWNERS FIRT. ASSOCIATION
liock Uland. 111.
It rx vllb ytm rtfthir y-i .:l.n. th
out Mrnud' rm. 9y it
r"BMif lac T.r ' 'kmn-ia. m
lb J pockcsj t"3i 1 i1 A'O-TO II A froa
oooa. 1 1 f'l'joap own 2ro,rrist. wtt
m m f i"ll m-b foros. Tat it mtm
1L2 R wl i. Pl pralnint! on
tr 11 nrp t n i n in i p m i n 1 1. i n.
I eilim lorrr. nr rrn1 Mnn..
Hans Hanson," the Swedish dia
lect coined v, holds the boards at liar
per's theatre this afternoon, tonight
ami tomorrow eveninrr- Charles' Mc-
Alpin, the distinguished comedian,
takes the leading role and is support
ed by a strong company especially
chosen for the parts. A unique fea
ture is a brass band composed of 17
little girls, which takes part in the
performance. The attraction has
drawn immense houses wherever it
"The Bi Black Alliance," at Har
per's theater Monday evening, March
'JO. antl "Darkest America,'" combined
with John V. Voxel's Afro-American
minstrels, will show our theatre joers
what it is possible for an enterprising
manager to consummate. In this
gigantic- centralization of America's
two leading colored organizations will
be found the greatest specialists
known in the minstrel world; an in
vincible coterie of debonair, dancing
tlarkies: the original Charleston Jubi
lee singers in a grand medley of plan
tation melodies, an incomparable lot
of buck a.nd wing and soft shoe danc
ers, and a lifelike picture of planta
tion life before the war. This is the
only chance to see the wondrous,
wizard innovation, "Ii She,1' king of
the high wire, in his perilous slide
from the dome of the theatre to the
stage below. This is the tirst and
onlv presentation of this incompre
hensible and seemingly miraculous
original illustration ot American dar
ing. The performance embraces all
that is good in stage amusements and
is free from any objectionable fea
tures. COKUOVA CHAT.
Cordova. March 18. Miss Nellie
Sallows si ent Sundav at home.
Ed Cool spjnt Friday in Rock Isl
Kov and Chattie Marshall are home
from Fulton college.
Mr. O Conner anil family now occu
py I. Zimmerman's place.
V. B. Phelps, of Fulton, has been
in town lor tae past wcck.
C II. (Jager made a business trip
to Lvons, Iowa, Ihurstlav.
Mr. and Mrs. Kilev (lilpin celebrated
their china weiMing Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. h. Humphry re
turned from Chicago Moiidav.
Frank Allen, of Coo. has moved his
family into the old hotel building.
Mrs. John Schinelt.er and son, of
Thompson, were in town Saturday.
We understand J. 11. J m ex ley ami
family will .soon move to Davenport.
Mrs. (i. Spoor and Mrs. Sarah llol
ister spend Saturday at Kock Island.
The democratic caucus will he held
Saturday at 7 p. in. at the M. V. A.
republican caucus will be held
Saturday at 'J p. in. at the M. V. A.
Miss Grace Hunt has been reem
ployed to teach the spring term at the
G. Ferguson was badly hurt by a
falling timber w hile working on ihe
barn of James Armstrong.
Charles Williams moved to Clinton
Thursday. The house be vacated is
now occupied by Charles Necker.
Dr. W. K. Freck is quite ill. Dr.
J. Kno, of Princeton, antl Dr. Bru
ner, of Port Byron, are attending his
Miss Maud Reynolds came home
from the Port Byron academy Satur
day and is now" having a seige with
Hampton. March IB. W. Probst,
of Davenport, spent Sunday with his
brother, Abel Prob-t.
The schools have adjourned two
out of order.
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
U the PEERLESS REMEDY for
-f curing ailments of the Liver, Kidneys
3 and Bladder, DiabtUs, Rheumatism
and Bright's Disease.
3j tl.OO PER BOTTLE.
M. F. Bahnscn and T. II. Thomas
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
Thy oTerromi' Woaknctt. Itrrjn-1-iriCV
3J uUilMior4n'r ft TiT
mni panmti of mrntrua-
liiB They ne L.lfe
to t:rlft a woman htMrU. aiding ri.
eWmert of crcaw and body. Ko
kii rnMly fnr women vraaLs
tit-. I'annnt do htrw-IHe -
v. pomrs a lraniy. VI per
'art cfiiXauCAi. co.."w""
For sale by II. F. Uabnseo. druggist.
nwtmte lnihn ant growth.
KfW Tmllm to &tor Orty
liair to its Yo'ithftil Color, f
rrrv. Ma f af1rifT an hair taiiinfi
weeks, much to the delight of the
George Crawford spent Saturday at
Moline with the Deere company.
The political cauldron is beginning
to bubble preparatory to spring elec
John Vogel has returned from
Henry county after an absence of
Mrs. Osbrow, who came here Jfrom
Iowa a few months since, has removed
to Water town.
The Catholic priest has removed to
the west, leaving the church at this
place without a pastor.
William Jacobs has closed his
clamming- labors for the season,
and expects to return to the mines as
soon as able.
The revival at the M. E. church
closed Thursday evening. Numerous
accessions wei-e made to the church
chieily among the young people of the
A great ileal of illness has existed
among our citizens during the winter,
and although no fatalities have oc
curred, a number have been in dan
gerous condition. With the excep
tion of Alel Probst, who is still very
ill. they are all improving.
It is to be be hoped that the severe
winter is about over. The past two
weeks have been hard on the people.
All kinds of weather, bad roads, hirh
winds, and an occasional "norther''
thrown in have made it a terror, and
everybody lonrrs for the advent of
When fed on Cream and
Taste la Frequently a Valuable finltle In
A little child's taste is often a relia
ble guide to palatable and desirable
food, and it is worth one's while to
observe how the little folks take to
observe the famous new food.
They eat it freely without addition
of sujrar. for it has the peculiar, mild
but satisfying swe-t of grape sugar
and the natural taste either of child
or adult recognizes at once a food that
will agree with and richly nourish the
svstein. Found at lirst-class grocers.
Made by Postum Cereal Co., Lini
Battle creek, Mich.
A WEEK . OF. .-SELF DENIAL.
Salvation Army's Effort to Raise Funds for
A uniiue effort, a so-called self
Denial week, is scheduled by the Sal
vation Army to take place during the
week of March VJ to 2b, all over the
states. The members of this enter
prising organization will then not
onlv ioin heart and hands them
selves in a special effort to create a
fund for the benelit of th'e army's op
erations. but will try to prevail on
everybody within their reach to par
ticipate according to abilitv ami in
clination, on a plan that admittedly
embodies some very practical and ad
mirable features. It is proposed that
sympathizers of the army's work dur
ing this week should voluntarily uenv
themselves of some littie comfort or
luxury, or even of things that can
hardly be called either, that they may
rive the amount thus saved to the
self-denial fund. In this wav, it is
claimed, everybody will have a chance
to help, even such as are regular sup
porters of other churches or institu
Capt. John Streckfus expects to
bring the packets Winona and Verne
Swain out of winter quarters next
week and start them in the Clinton
Bock Island trade. Miss Lillian
Streckfus, the captain's daughter,
wiil be clerk of the Verne, ami will
en joy the distinction of being the lirst
lady to occupy such a position on the
Capt. Vt alter Ulair has rented an
oflice at Davenport, having decided to
"oit alone in the matter of a warehouse
on that side of the river.
Down With Malarial Fever.
'I had malarial fever and when I
began to get a little better niv hands
and feet swelled so that I thought I
! had dropsy. I was advised to take
! Hood's Sirsaparilla and I began it at
I once. Before I had taken all of the
second bottle the swelling had left
J me." Charles Casper, Mound City,
Hood's Pills give strength even
while their cathartic qualities are at
work. Easy to take.
Advertised 1.1st of Letters No. 1 1.
List of letters uncalled for at tbe postofflce
at Rock Island Marco
H of! man. Adam
Nspirr. Richard H.
Fowter. A. K
Huu ter. Helen S.
P'tik. Chiir e
Torler:. Harry R.
Le Ft vre.
Wel--b. C .x.
When cU:nir for adrertUed letters please
give Lst numi.er.
Thomas IL Thomas. Postmaster.
W. C. Scupham, Chicago, says:
' -Orangeine' proves a ready seller
and gives great satisfaction.'"
Ileanty la Illood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your olood and keep it clean, by
stirring up tbe lazy liver and driving all ini
puritie from the body. Becpn to-day tc
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cawarcts. lxauty for ten cenrs. All drug
guu, HtiaUctiuii guaranteed, ID", ix, 50c
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
J. E. Clarkson w-ent to Chicago to
day. 'Judge Hiram Bige'ow, of Galva,
was in town today.
Dr. George Craig, Jr., arrived fom
II. J. McDonald and family leave
today for a visit in Chicago.
Joseph Geiger is in Mt. Carroll as a
witness in a damage suit against the
Tom Lailin, William Cropper and
J. Baker were duck hunting at New
Mrs. A. Studer entertained a party
of lady frieuds at her home. 027
Thii-tv-fifth street, Thursday.
J. II. Driggs was in Galesburg ves
terdav attending the funeral of his
mother, Mrs. Milucent Dnirgs, who
died of old age.
Hon. E. A. Atkinson, United States
attorney for this section of the Henne
pin canal, will deliver an address on
run at the 1. w. c A. tomorrow
The grand ball given under the au
spices of St. Patrick's Benevolent so
ciety at Industrial hall last night was
attended by about one hundred con
pie?. The hall presented a fascinat
ing appearance, as the happy dauctrs
tripped the fantastic toe to the de
lightful strains of Bleuer's orchestra.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Tri-City Press club will beheld at the
Bock Island Club next Tuesday even
ing, the use of the club house having
been courteously tendered for the oc
casion. It will be the German papers'
inning. Papers will be read by Dr.
August Hichter, of Der Demokrat, and
John KeitTer, of the Volks-Zeitung.
The Shamrock reception given by
the Epworth League of the M. E.
church at the V. M. C. A. auditorium
last night was a well attended and
very pleasant affair. The program
consisted of Irish airs by the V. M.
C. A. orchestra: piano solo. Miss Net
tie Coyne: vocal solo. "Come Back to
Erin," Mrs. Hoist Von Kocckritz;
recitation. '-Miss Maloney on the Chi
nese Question," Mrs. Penrose, who
responded to an eucor.e: piano duct.
Misses Myrtle Sears and Grace Hall,
and the '-Charlatan March." V. M. C.
A. orchestra. Refreshments were
The Voting People's society of the
Broadway church gave a St. Patrick's
social last evening. W. B. Melnt vre
delivered an address on Ireland":
a chorus of girls sang '-The Wearing
of the Green": Rev. W. S. Marquis
gave a reading on "ShaiuusU linen
II. K. Smith "sang "Off to Philadel
phia," ami Miss Gretrg read a bio
graphical sketch of St. Patrick. Miss
Margaret Dart sang "Kathleen Ma
vonrueen," and a trip to the Kikes of
Killarnev was described by Mrs. J. K.
Scott." "Peggy Blake" was sung Ly
II. K. an Du.er, the program clos
inx with a medley of Irish airs bvMiss
Florence Lee. Refreshments were
Ferry Comes l'p.
The ferrv Augusta shed her winter
roles and steamed proudly out of the
Kahlke harbor this mornmir at 8
o'clock with Capt. M. L. Henderson
on deck, and entered upon her sea
son's duty lietween Rock Island and
Davenport, ihe ferry has ix-en given
a jrencral overhaulinr and is in lirst
COUNTY TEMPI. Is.
March 17 G. M. Babcock and Wil
liam Jackson to li. G. Hudson and M.
J. Parker, lot (, block :J, Barth and
Babeock's add.. Rock Island, $61)0.
Not one child dies where ten
formerly died from croup. People
have learned the value of One Minute
Cough Cure and use it for severe lung
:inl throat troubles. It immediately
stops coughing. It never fails. For
sale by T. H. Thomas, A. J. Rcissand
M. F. Bahnsen, dru?rists.
It is very hard to stand idly by and
see our dear ones sutler while await
ing the arrival of the doctor. An
Albany (N. Y.) dairyman called at a
drug store there for a doctor to come
and see his child, then very sick with
croup. Not finding the doctor in, he
left word for him to come at once on
his return. He also lought a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
which he hoped would give some re
lief uutil the doctor should arrive.
In a few hours he returned, saviiii;
the doctor need not come, as the child
was much better. The drujrsrist. Otto
Scholz, says the family has since rec
ommended Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy to their neighbors and friends
until he has a constant demand for it
from that part of the country. For
sale by all druggists.
As the season of tbe year when
pneumonia, lagrippc, sore throat,
coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
lung troubles are to be guarded
against, nothing "is a fine substitute"
will "answer the purpose," or is
"just as good" as One Minute Cough
Cure. That is the one infallible
remedy for all lung, throat or bron
chial "troubles. Insist vigorously
upon having it if "something else" is
offered you. For sale by T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Reiss and M.F. Bahn
A wheelman's tool bag isn't com
plete withonta bottle of Dr. Thomas'
Kclcotric Oil. Heals cuts, bruises,
stings, sprains. Monarch over pain.
For sale bv Marshall & Fisher.
"A very aggravated case of catarrh
has been entirely cured for me by tak
ing Orangeine'as directed."
i The Kind Yob Han Always Bocgfct
The Kind Yon Have Always
ill use for over 30 years,
jtyy j?,s- sonal supervision sinee its Infancy.
("CCtCttCWm. Allow iw mm tmluoivn vml In rliiri.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Jiist-as-g-oml" are but
Experiments that trine with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a, harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is IMeusant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
fiiibstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
mid allays Feverisliness. It cures Ii.:ri hie;i and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Foot!, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC CrNTAUM COMMNV. TT MUMMIV BTWCT, NCW VOM CTV.
there is the
that, it does its work
Beware of the many imitations made
to sell on the reputation of "Alleocks.77
"When you buy Allcock7s you obtain
absolutely the best
You need one today, and all the time. The muddy water
may be full of sickness.
Take no chances but have one put in at once.
DA VS CO.
i inn in
ONE TRIAL BOTTLE
This Offer Almost
M.ny prrparkcion, intended to heantifr th. eonplxion ha failril. mnce the, da not prodae. .
lie rtect an th. rkiu. tW-.ua. tta. Mow. Ii.ll CoBiplssiua I onic baa auch un .AVci. it
.wcwaianer. .11 mere cosmetic, invari.!,! fail. 1 hi. fcT-.t remedy, diaco.ercd l Ihe Mimm
Hell. th. eminent e.tupliio:i .i-ecialiol.. u fin. 73 r if lb Annua. Sew York it J mmni.ll .11
imparities, which tli. blood force, m tn. nrt of th body, it eiliilar.lm and italnml
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THE MISSES BELL, 78 Fifth Hvenue. New York City.
'The Misses Beira Complexion
Depilu are for bale by all druggists."
Bought, and which has been
has borne the signature f
has been made under his per-
pain may be,
place for an
fails to perform its work
effeetuallv. and, more than
you do yours.
West Seventeenth Street.
An External Tonic Applied to the
aim. ueuuile it a by Maeic
THE DISCOVERY AGE
woman was the Inrentor.
motn patcliea. wruiklca. Ii.er pita. rouune.,
'bfMMt who at a cintanfM mr
dt a free bottlo hjr Mndtni 25 cent in mitt or
Th price of tfcue wonderful tot.ic Uoe loUr a
The Mitui rH' new look, "Smermim of TVaut."
it Bent ire. It tlfn how a wnmin rn item nd
kep a ct fimiilMion. KfMwial chafiOr on th
car of the hair. ktw to preerTM ite color and
laetre, ?n to an advancel age. Al' how to gmi
rid of upertlusma hair on the DMk and irmp with
out injury to the akin. Thie valoaM book will be
mailed toanr oddres on rjueau ;crrrepoBle&ce
leordiailjr ftoJi(Ute4. AddreM,
Tonic, Coaiplcxion Soap, Skin and Jt'uotI