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TBS ABGUS, -TUES'DAYV-MABCH 28, 1899.
EKtmte of Frederick Schneider, deceased.
The undersized bavin been appointed
executrix of tbe 1at will and testament
of Frederick Schneider, late of tbe
eoomy of Knr.it Wand. Mate of rHinols.
deeeaaed, hereby give notice that sbe will
appear before tbe county court of Rock
Inland count y. at tbe eountv eourt room. In
tbe city of Rock Island, at tbe May
term, on tbe first Monday la May next,
at which time ail persona hav-io claim acainst
aid estate are notified and reoaested to at-1
tend, for tbe purpoae of having tbe same ad
justed. Ail persona indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to tne undersiirned.
UaLed tht. 7Lh d nf Mirrh. A. D. 1SB9.
KciKCiM iTTitea. Kxecutrix.
Estate of Henry Fiedler, deceased.
Tbe nndersicned haTimr oeen appointed ex- I
ecuini of tbelant will aod te umemornenrji
iedler. late of the county or kock isiana,
state of nitDoix. deceased, hereby (rtres notice
that sbe will appear before tbe county
court of Rock Inland county, at tbe county
eourt room, in tht? citr of Unci Island, at tne
May term, on tbe nrwt Monday in May
next, at which time all persons bavinr
claims ajralnst said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for tbe purpose of bar-
Ail persons Indebted to said f..ite are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Xtated this 27th day of February. A. D.
Vabohica Mick. Executrix.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of "atthias Grant Mounts, decea'ed.
Public notice is hereby plven that tbe under
dirned. rbardt G. Kiekeuscher. administrator
tit tbe estate of said deceased, has this
day tiled his final report and scttl-oient w
such in tbe nwunty court of Kock Ialtnd
county, and that an order hms lieen entered by
na-d court approving tbe Raid report- uriiesn ob
jections thereto or cause to tbe contrary be
known on or before tbe 3d day or April.
a. m. iw. ua vixm tbe final approval 01 aaia
report tbe naid Krbsrdt O. Kickeuscher will
uk fur an order of ditriruU n. and will also
atK o be diKCbareed. All pc-soti interested
are onuaea to attend.
Kock Island. Ill . March II.
EHUAKUT Ci. FlCK IXKHKB.
Estate of George Voglt r. deceased.
The undeniirned bavins- neen aDDointed ex
ecutrix of tbe lat w UandtetamentofOeon;e I
v osic. late or the couoty or Kock Inland,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby eires notice
that sne will appear before tbe county court of
hock i-siana co'.in'v. at tne county court room.
in tbe city of Kock 1-Iand. at tbe June
term, on tbe nrt Monday in June next
at wbicb time all persons having claim
acainst saia estate are notiiiea and requested
to attend for tbe purpose of having the aame
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
Dated Uii Jnb day of March. A. D. 18W.
Aoses Vuuleb, Executrix.
Special Taxation Notice.
Notice is hereby Kivcn to sill persons Inter-
cs'i-d. tbat tbe city council of tbe citvof Kock
Inland having onli-rnl ibin Forty-fourth street
from Itlc south line of Railroad avenue to the
rortb line of Kouneenth avenue be macada-1
mieo and improved, and a sewer constructed
therein in accordance with an ordinance and I
astipulation for tbe said iirrtrovment Said
ordinance and stipulation for said improve-1
ment Is on Me In trie onice or tiie city clerk of I
said city, and ail city has applied to the I
county c ut of I&im-ic lstuwl e .untv. Illinois.
for an asKesmcnt ami levy of tbe costs of suid I
iniprovenn-nt upon and from tbe 1 -to ,u pans
of lots lid tracks of land contiguous o the I
lin of said improvement in said ordinance or- I
ered to be coi struo ed. in proportion to tbe I
frontage of sutb lots, part of lot, arid tra -ts
of land upon tbe iixjprovement so ordered to I
be const racied an aforesaid: and an assessment I
thereof ba inu been made and re urncd to I
said court, tbe nnal bearing tbeteon will be
bad at th April term or said court commenc-
loiron the 3d divot A -ril. a. I. IH.w
Ad persoos de-jnnj.- may then and there ap-l
pear ana rouse ineir oerense.
lotted at Kock Is ami, Iliiuois this J34 day of I
jurcn. a. v. iwi. ruwi wood,
IIj A. Wkxu,
T. H. Reior.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County. i
In the circuit court, to May term, IK. In
Cora Murpby vs. Howard J. Murphy.
Affidavit of the non-resiuence of tbe de-1
fendant. Howard J. Murpbv. navlng been filed I
In the clerk s office of tbe cireuit court of said
county, notice is therefore hereby riven to
the said non-resident defendant tbat tbe com
plainant tiled her biil of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
ZM1 day of March. lr'Ai, and tbat there-1
upon a summons Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, returnable on
tbe first Monday in tbe month of May next.
as is by law required. Now. unless you. the a.i
non-resident defendant above named. Edward
J. Murpby, shall personally be and appear be- I
tore said circuit court, on tne nrst aay or tne
next term tberof . to be boiden at Kock Isl
und in and for tbe said county, on the 1st
Monday in May next, and plead, answer
or demur to s id complainant's bill of com
plaint, tbe name and the matters and tbinirs
therein cbarired and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against you
ccoraintf to the prayer or saia diil
UniHiii W. Gamble, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. March Si, 18W.
BlUkCsva & Mahnhai.i.
Notice of Publication Chancery
McCailtrm A McCaskrin. lawyers
State of Illinois.
Ro k Island County. "
In theOreuit Court. May term. A. D
tonu Williams vk. (ieort--e A. Williams, in
An aihdavlt bavinir been duly ceitltied and
aworn to snd filed in the clerk's office of said
county and stale r.y tne above named com-
Ilaiaant. Kniu'a Williams, tbow.nt: tbat tbe
residence or tbe atiove named defendant t
unknown, netice Is therefore hereby riven
to the said defendant that the compla nant
mca her 0111 01 complaint in saia court, on tne
chancery side thereof, on tbe d davof Mar. b.
IHmi. and tbat thereupon a summons issued out
of ssid court, wherein said suit ts now pending-.
returnable on the first Monday in tbe must h of
May next, as is by law required.
Now. unless you. tbe s.kl defendant. Gcurve
A. Wtllftams. shall personally be and appear lie-
tore said circuit cou-1. on the first day of the
next term thereof, to beholden at Kock Island
iu and for the said county, on tbe first atonoay
in May next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant s b'ii of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein charged
aod stated will be taken as confessed, and a
ueoee entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
GxrB(,B W. Gahbijc, Clerk.
Rock Island, nilnota. Mreb Ss, ItwV.
M' CifKkis it Mt ass his.
Rtstc of Illinois, i
Kock Island county, i
In tbe circuit court of sa'.d county, to the
way term. A. 1) nyit.
Carl 1. Mueller vs. William Ferguson. Simon
1-exier Jessie A. Iirxter. Lucy A. Matlock,
Maria C. Uutton. Came CumKlngs. George
Amdatrit of non-residence of Maria C Hut-
ton, line nmmiiiis and ;eorge Matlock.
defendants In the above entitled cause, having
been bled ialheclerk sofflceio the circuit court
of said county, notice is hereby given to tbe
nuuicwuciii uciroauti tbat the com
plainant Died his biil of complaint in ssid
court, wo the chancery side thereof, on the
Istb day of M -. A. I Ism. and thai thereupon
a summons was Issued out of .1,1
wherein said suit W now pending, returual.le
U tbe first Monday in the nionta of Ms v
out of order.
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
BILL KREIG'S BALL TEAM.
Announces Who W1U Play for Blooming:
ton This Season.
JJL11 Kijiff. manager of the Bloom
irigton team, announces that he has a
full house," and that be will go to
bat with following: Catchers. Zeisler,
Uanford; pitchers, Sonier. Gregory.
Bubset; first base, Kreig;, second,
Warner; third. Breen; short stop,
Howe; left field, Kinlock; center. Mo
Qaaid; right, Baer.
STEEL WORKS MAY CLOSE. BOATMEN BURY HATCHET.
MM A I .1 ,t .1 . . .i.i, .. . A AO ia
f curing iiimmtt of tne uver, isjdneys "
land Bladder, DLtbrtcs, Rlwufxia.tism
T and Bright Disease.
I.OO PER DOTTLE.
M. F. Bah r. sen and T. II. Thomas
fit the feet as nature
liE are sole agents for Kock
rr Island for I he so bcieiitilicall v
and anatomically jicrfect 6boes
They lit tbe feet as nature in
tended! They are as graceful and sty
lish as they are comfortable!
Will wear as lon;j as any custom-made
Try a pair aLl enjov foot
17:2 Second avenue.
Avoid dryioic 'nbal-
ants, ue thai wlith
ce.nseiv. and be all
i be membrane.
in such a remedy, cures
next a la by last required.
Now ttdesn you. the aaid an-reident d
fendantN above aamed, shaU person ally
be aod appear before said circuit court
on tbe first day of the next term thereof, to
be hold en at Bock Island in and for the
said county on the hn.t Monday ha May
next nd plead, answer or demur to
the saul complainant s bill of complaint, the
una and the matters and Uun-a therein
charged and stated wUl D taken aa conf sswed.
aod the decree entered ajainst you according
to the prayer of said bill.
CnisGi W. Gamble. Clerk.
Bock Island, disom. March ts. 14m. -M-.
K.Slav A M Ksar
Complainant s eoiicitors.
Subscribe for Thz A&aca,
Contains no eocsine.
mercury ' nor any
other Injurious drug.
It ts aulckly ab-
anrhMl. fiivea Ke-
liel at once. It COLD r HEAD
tne Nasal rasagc. miununioon,
Heals and lTotucta the Memhrane. Ito-
store the Sense of Taste and bmeli. liex-
nUrSize&oe; Fsmily Sue il M at vruggisu
or by mall.
1XY naoTUIUJS. si Warren St. New York.
A Rtmarkaltl Ijikr,
Tbe most remarkable body of water
In tbe world lies in the vicinity of tbe
Colorado river, in southern California.
In this region of ugly volcanoes, deso
late wastes and slimy swamps, tbe
strangest phenomenon of all is what
tbe naturalists call a "lake of ink.'
Ko other description fits as well.
Tbe strange black fluid tbat forms
the lake bears no resemblance to water.
Tbe pool of ink is situated about half
a mile from a volcano. It is about an
acre in area. Tbe Furface is coated with
gray asbes from the volcanoes to tbe
thickness of about six inches, thus con
cealing its real nature.
Experience has proved tbat tbe black
fluid of tbe lake is not poisonous. It
acts as a dye, and cotton goods soaked
in it keep their color for mouths, even
wben exposed to the sun. They also ac
quire a stiffness similar to that produced
by weak starch. The fluid has been
analyzed, buf its component parts bave
not been made known. Aa to tbe Bource
of tbo supply of the lake, nothing defi
nite has been ascertained. It is undoubt
edly of volcanic origin, but nothing
more definite is known.
This is a bad Jand tbat baa never been
traversed.' Human beings bave tried it,
but they never return to tell of their ex
perience or tiieir discoveries Xjouis-
An Italian Peasant.
The Poletti's little cottage stands in
a field and is semidetached. Like many
of their class in Italy, they bave a great
love for and pride in their borne. The
furniture is well polished, tbe tools and
utensils arranged with an attempt at
decoration, and all is clean and neat.'
It is a two roomed bouse. On tbe ground
floor is the kitchen, where tbe boy's bed
stands tinder the stair which leads to
tbe upper room. Here are two large
beds, one for the parents, the otHer for
tbe two girls.
In tbe kitchen stand a walnut wood
table and a sideboard of autiquo design,
an heirloom of tbe mother's; a walnut
chest holds the bed and table linen and
another old chest the best clothes; the
everyday clothes are kept in a chest up
stairs. They try to add something every
year to tbe bouse linen. Sometimes the
mother and daughters beg tbe use of
little plot of ground, wbicb they sow
with flax, and the year following tbey
pin and weave it themselves, borrow-
ing a loom from a farmer. Their stock
compares favorably witn tnat oi tiie
better off English cottager, to say noth
ing of tbe quality of tbis homemade
linen compared to that bought cheap at
a country shop. Fortnightly Review.
Rnmor That Plant Has Been Doncht by
A rnmor is floating around that the
Sylvan Steel company and 35 other
rolling mills bave sold ont to a com
pany now belnjj organized, and that
the Sylvan will be shut down perrua
neatly at the ., close of the present
Judge French was seen at his home
in Davenport, but declined to be in
terviewed, referring the reporter to
Col. French, who will return from the
east the last of the week.
I Jo Line and Short Trade Packets
tlnoe to Play In Sane Yard.
Tbe opening of the river season ves-l
terday indicates at least that the
threatened war between the Diamond
Jo and the short liners had been set
tled. The hatchet has aDDarentlv been
... . A - . . I
buried, ana jamont x bon, on this side
of the river, and Capt. James Osbrn.
at Davenport, will continue to uo I
busiuess for the Jo company and the
short trade packets, as in davs of I
The W. J. Younsr. Jr.. steamed
It is to be hoped there is no. truth jaway for Burlington yesterday after-
Notice Is hereby clven that on Tuesday, the
irnrtb day of April. A. D. nfJ. in the citv of
Kock Island. 111., an election will be held for
the following omcers. to-wit:
One mayor for two yea s.
On cty clerk for two years,
t me city attorney for two years.
One cily treasurer for two years.
One alderman in the rirs. ward for two
une aiuerman in the second ward for two
une alderman in the Third ward for two
me aiaerman in the Fourth ward for two
une alderman in tbe Fifth ward for two
une siuerman m the sixth ward for two
one aiaerman in the Seventh ward for two
Two assistant supervisors for two years
One assessor for one year.
oe collector for one year.
Wbicb elect'on wlU open at 7 o'clock in the
morning and continue open until 5 o'clock in
me afternoon or mat flaj.
Ilaces of registration und voting will be as
ion ws: v
First Ward Precinct 1, No 403 Fourth ave
First Ward -Precinct 2. No sni Fifth street.
Second Ward Precinct 1. No. lull Third
Secund W ard Precinct 2, George Stodd's
Third Ward Precinct 1. No. 1314 Third ave
Third Ward Precinct 2, No. H44 Seventh
rourth Ward Precinct I, IVmlck's llverv
stanie. -i nira avenue, between Nineteenth and
i wentietn sirctts.
rourtn warn - Kreclnct z. brick liuiMmi. rear
No. Twentieth street.
Fifth Ward ITecinct l.bose house on Twen-
jnrtb Ward Hrecinet 2. Schmidt's irrncerv
uu i wentietn street
S xth Ward Precinct I. SSltt Fifth hmiw
fcixih Ward Precinct JS. Twenty-ninth hi reel
chapel, Seventh aveiue and Twicnty-nintb
Seventh Ward Irecinct I, street car barn:
Seventh Ward- Precinct 2. old No. 7 school.
A. D. Hr ie.i... Citv and Town Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. March 10, A. It. IUU.
Have Ton Had the lirlp?
T e i .. , ii .
xi vou usm. V uu nrniiauiv iki n.
reliable medicine like Foley's Ilouev
and lar to heal your lungs ami stop
tne racking cougn incidental to tbis
isease. toley s Honey and Tar
Cough Medicine is unquestionably the
best remedy lor tbe throat and lungs.
Measant to take ana is guaranteed.
nnniLUJuispii i q
i Itaimqv" IE.LO
VI U A SURE RELIEF
Iletheads American Water.
At Waukesha. Wis., is the cele-
rated Bethesda Mineral Springs.
Thousands of invalids suffering with
Brigbt's diseased or other kidney
trouble, have found there a perma
nent cure. ThH justly celebrated
healing water is put up in sealed bz If
gallon buttles and shipped in car load
lots to all parts of tbe world. It is
within the reach of all and should be
used for all kidney diseases.
TO WOMAN for
all troubles pecnltar to ber sex. tVSead by
mau er from our Aeent. S I.OO per box.
WILLIAMS MFC CO., Propt, CLETUAIO. CHOI
tot wait by U. i: fiafaascn, tUu,wt.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tie Kin. Yea Hare Always Bccght
in the rumor, as it would throw over
300 men out of employment.
'A Lost bppoTt'anlty.'
It was near one cf the large railroad
stations. A man rather advanced in
years, whose old fashioned attire and
open mouthed wonderment proclaimed
that be was a visitor from the rural dis
tricts and not accustomed to tbe every-
nay Eignts of a large city, was suddenly
accosted by a sharp visaged youth with.
Mister, yer dropped yer wallick." As
be spoke be held forth a large wallet
well stored with old revenue stamps
covered with a couple or dollar bills.
Uncle Rube looked at the greenbacks
bulging out of the wallet with equally
protruding eyes, hesitated just tna mo
ment, and then, bis enpidity evidently
getting the better of him, reached fcr
it. "Hold on; give us a tenner furst,"
exclaimed the possessor of tbe wallet.
The old man quickly put bis hand in
bis trousers pocket; but, after a mo
ment, drawing forth his empty band,
he drawled out, "Take it out o' tbe
The youth, closing tbe wallet with
ill concealed disgust, turned on bis beel
and hurried off. The stranger in town
looked after tbe youth a moment, and
then, muttering, "CJol dern! Missed it
eg in. 1 told bal I d need more n f 3, '
be resumed bis peaceful way. Phila
Leaving- It to the Jury.
A story is told of a judge wbo up to
bis death sat on the crown sido on tbe
South Wales circuit. Couusel for tbe
defense once asked leave to address the
jury in Welsh, and, tbe case being a
simple one, permission was given with
out demur. He said but very few
words; tbe judge also did not think
mncb comment was necessary, but was
somewhat startled by a prompt verdict
"Wnat was it, fie afterward in
quired, "that counsel said to the jury?"
"Oh, be ju6tsaid: 'This case, gentle
men, Jies in a nutshell. Yon see your
selves exactly how it stands. The judge
is an Englishman, tbe prosecuting coun
sel is an Englishman, the ccmplainant
is an Englishman. But you are Welsh,
and 1 am vveien, and tne prisoner is
Welsh. Xfeed I say more? I leave it all
Tbe judge aid not allow tbe experi
ment to be repeated of addresses to tbe
jury in a vernacular which ba did not
understand. London Mail.
Down and t'p.
'I don't understand it at all, "she
said, knitting her brows with a puzzled
"What?" be asked.
"Why, I beard yon telling about that
deal yon went into with Mr. Brown,
and yoa said be dumped you good and
"That was right."
"Cut not more than five minutes
later tho subject came up again, and I
beard yoa say that be threw yon up in
"That was right too. "
It looked like at bard problem, but
witb tbe aid of a slang dictionary she
wae able finally to eolve it. Chicago
He Ws Doing It.
A gentleman going into bis stable one
day fonnd bis little son astride of one
of the horses, with a slate and pencil in
bis band. "Why, Harry," he exclaim
ed, "what are you doing?"
'Writing a composition, was tho
"Well, why don't you write it in tbe
library?" asked the father.
"Because," answered the little fel
low, "tne teacner told me to write a
composition on a horse. " Chicago
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
made, and tbat too by a lady in tbis
country. "Disease fastened ltsclutch-
es upon bcr, and for seven years she
withstood its severest tests, but ber
vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For
three months she coughed inces
santly, and co'ild not sleep. She
finally discovered a way to recovery,
bv purchasing of us a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion and was so mucn relieved on
taking first dose, that sbe slept all
night: and with two bottles, has been
absolutely cured. Her name
is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes
W. C. Hamnick & Co.. of Shelbv. N.
C. Trial bottle free at Hart & Ulle-
, . . .
nieyer s arug store. neguiar size
60 cent, and fl. Every bottle guar
' tiolojr Dowa Hill.
Peonle sufferi nsr from kidnev dis
eases feel a gradual but steady loss of
strength and vitality, mey should
lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney
vure, a guaranteed preparation.
.Not one child dies where ten
formerly died from croup. People
have learned tbe value of One Minute
Ccagh Care and use it for severe lung
and throat troubles. It immediately
stops coughing. It never fails. For
ale by T. IL Thomas, A. J. Eeissand
U. r. iJannsen, druggists. .
Edaeata Taar Ilowels With Caaearata.
Candy Cathartic, cars eanstinatlon lom...
19c, Sic lICC C.IU,drofg)ureIundm
noou on ber season's initial trip. The
loung will sail this year under com
mand of Capt. Jilair, wbo will also
divide with Frank Kitchen the duties
as clerk. Mr. Kitchen will be the
steward, as formerly; B. P. Lancaster,
pilot, Cy Heveling. mate, and S. B.
and Andy Burtnett. engineers. The
onlv new man of the crew is Charlie!
Moore, the cook, who for live years
held that responsible position at the
St. James, Dovenport.
Capt. John btreckfus took the Verne
up to Clinton todav. stopping to look
alter his landings and warehouses on
the wav, and will leave the upper end
of his run on time tomorrow for ibe I
first regular trip of the season. After I
that the packet service will be in ruu-l
ning order both ways from Rock
ihe Keokuk Evening Press says
tbut the steamers Kit Carson, Iu ru
ber Boy and fleet have been sold by
Capt. J. C. Daniels to Mr. McDonald.
of La Crosse, Wis. The Carson will
be commanded by Capt. reterl
O'liourke and Engineer Henry Oer-
beth. As soon as the canal is open
the fleet will be taken to La Crosse
and placed in the rafting tra ''e for the
The prediction is made bv some
river ui en tbat Ibis is to be a season
ot high water. Ihey say t lie snow
up north during the winter has been
heavy and still lies deep on the
round: that it only needs a little
rain or a sharp change to warm
weather and the waters will cornel
down in a flood.
The Reindeer, which for two 3'ears
has run between Clinton and Du-I
buouc, passed down yesterday. She
wintered at Lyons, was sold to the
Illinois fish commission, and is bound
for Quincy. She will spend the sea-
won patrolling the Illinois river and
doing the other service required of a
lisli commission boat.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over SO years, has borne the signature off
and has been made under his per-
ls i-,? sonal supervision since its infancy
'Gbcc&4A Allow no ono to deceive von In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-groodaro but
Experiments that trifle with and endang-er the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiments
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Fevcrislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Sears the Signature of
Given np by 1'oar Doctor.
Beaver Dam, Ohio, Aug. 27, 1895.
-My daughter, after beiug treated by
four doctors, and being given up for
lost, a neighbor recommended roley s
Kidney Cure. Today t-he is able to
walk several miles without fatigue.
I feel we would have lost her if it was
not for your medicine. Respectfully,
AIks. J. AI. JUiley.
i The Kind Yoa Haw Always Bought
Tom A. Marshall
Ajoiinl ola. 111,
IiDrliiunio. Iowa. '
C (in too. 111.
Cohunfou J, Iowa.
jia Motnro. irwa
M DtVTANCC LlNtft
TeizpttOHg me rototviN6
CT1ES AMD TnwM. A TAfKXT
'i TCL6ftAPH BATCS.
Muki tine, lowa.
ML Pleasant, Iowa.
New luinn. 111.
New WtndMtr. III.
North UfTHieraou, 111.
Port Byron, 111.
Prairie City, 111.
iTet-in p Hon, IU.
Guler , 111.
Murk Inland. III.
rlwan Creek, IU.
ttt. aD(ruUo, IU.
I herrkJ-d, IU.
Taylor KM, 111.
Toulon, Hi. ,
Wainut Grove, IU.
m art Liberty, Iowa.
Vates City, IU.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC CIWT.ua COMPONV. TT MUKH.V BTHf tT. NEW VOKK CITY.
I here is more catarrh 111 tins sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incura
ble, for a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease, and
prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
science nas pro ten catarrh to ue a
constitutional disease, and, therefore,
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Chenev & Co . Toledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonfull.
it acts directly on tbe blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Tbey
oner ifiuu lor any case it fails to enre.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. Chenev & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
GRIPPE KILLS MOEE PEOPLE
JM;-" tS Than Small Pox, Yellow Fever,
I fr T Cholera or anv other contagious
disease. Ask your Doctor.
Thousands die in every epi
demic of la grippe like the pres
ent one aod thousands die every
year afterward from some weak
ness of the system lejt over from
Grippe is little eared because
it is little understood. Its work is
hidden often does not appear
even to the practiced eye of the
A genuine hard case of la
grippe scarcely ever leaves a sound system.
The germs of la grippe are the smallest mic
robes known, yet they generate a toxine poison
of the most virulent character.
La Grippe is in the air. You don't have to be
exposed, as in other contagious diseases. The
germs of la grippe are everywhere at present.
In one week the wave of infection crosses a
continent. A nation is infected as quick as
one city. You cannot escape la grippe by iso
lation. You breathe in bacteria in every breath.
Grippe can be Cured by Foley s Honey and Tar.
This is guaranteed.
Grippe can be Prevented by Foley's Honey aria
Tar. This is guaranteed.
Foley s Honey and Tar reaches the root of the
disease. It destroys and eradicates the grms
of la grippe. It puts the system on a plane to
resist and expel these microbes.
Foley's Honey and Tar, by absolutely curing
la grippe, leaves no loophole for future lung
trouble, throat diseases, stomach disorders and
fatal organic troubles.
ah HrauWtm aun Vntmw'm linn., and Tar under a positive iruaraatee
revent or cus i Kr'PPe in hj mBi !" "w.muii(
prevent or cus i K"PP
uluat infectious vt any kind.
Grippe starts with a cold
Foles Honey and Tar.
Cure that cold in one day with oi
It cures all colds and positively '