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THE 'AfiGTJS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21; ISt9.
McCASKBIN A McCASKBTN.
Attorney at Law,
Koek Island and Mllaa. Roek Island offlee
erwKxeU Mates ivore. Hilu office e
a oowvbixt. m. n. ookixt
CONNELLY A CONNELLY,
Attorney at Lsw.
" Mcmer loaned Office ever Thomu' droc
tore, corner of Second avenue and Ssvan-
JACKSON A HURST,
Attorney at Law.
Offlee in Book Islasd National Bank BuUd-
WM. U t-PDOLPH. BOBT. SBTHOIXS.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General legal bntlnem No-
tary publle. 170 Second a venae, Buford
. c d. iwiuit. auwiiiia
SWEENEY A WALKER.
Attorney and Co an tailor at Law.
Office In Benetton Block.
C. J.tUILH a MARSHALL,
State Attorney. : :
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal businen.
, McENlRY A McENIRY,
Attorney at Law.
Iciut Reference. Mitchell A Lynde, banker I
jfnee, Mitchell A Lynde building. I
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney of Rock Island. Room t
Mitchell A Lornue bu.kllDg.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Pbyalelan and Surgeon.
Phnm 4 on 1387. Offlee. 834 Twentieth
street, omce hours: 10 to 12 a. m.: S to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. bunday, 8:S0 to 8:30 a. m.; 1SD to
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to disease of women and
elOldren. also diseases of eye, ear, noae and
tbroat. Ofllce hours 9:30 to 12 a. m , I to 4 P
m. Kl Sixteenth street, Koca i&iaca.
J. B. BOHKIIAKT, M. D . . .
. MRS. HAD. M. BCBCIL4BT, M. D
DRS. BURKHART A BURKHART,
Offlee Tremann block. Offlee hours 8 to It
a. m.. 1 to 6 and 7 to 0 d. m. r-bone No. 4UW2
Kock Island, 111. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER. M. D.
Pbyalelan and Surgeon.
Offlee between Tb'.rd and fourth avenue on
Twentletb street. Office hour: B to 11 a. m..
f to 4 p m. and 7 to U p. m. Nlgbt call from
offlee I'bone 4084.
DR. S. U. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All disease of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operation per
formed in a sutectinc manner. ixgs treated.
All calls promptly attrnded to. Residence,
1026 Fifth avenue. Telephone 4401. Offlee
and Intlrmary. 115-117 Fourth avenue
(Uaucker a stable), opposite No. 1 Ore bouse.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In tbe treatment oi
nervous, private and all ohronlo disease of
men anu women.
Hours: 10 to 12. J o 4, fl to 8, Sundays 10 to It.
Harrison and Second street, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
Qradu tte Veterinarian.
Office. Harper House Pharmacy, o Night calls
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms IS and IS. MltebeU A Lynde building.
Ofnoe hours from 8 to IX a. m. and 1 to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlee hours .:) to 1! . m., 1:80 to 4:80 p. m.
lis Eirnteectn street, oppnute Cnion aalee.
DRACK A KERNS,
Architect and Superintendents.
HENRY GAETJE. ITop
Out Flower and Design of all Kinds.
C.ty store. 1B97 Seeood a vacs. Telephoee
Dr. Wii!sam- Indian Pile
Ointment wi. ure Blind
Hitxaine toi. IurhinM
Piles. It aberL-?. tbe tumors.
idavs the itcMng at once, act
as a rm!iiee. gives Instant
lief. Pr. ilnam'In sn Pile Oint
ment i nrenared for Pi nt and I irH.
fng of the private parts. Every boa la
warranter!. Bv t1nurtits. bv ral ?. m.
elpt of prtc. Mt cents and fl.ae. Will "
yillUlStlOnlftb CO.. "ps. Clsvelaad. Otio
S yd by M F. Baabsea Arngglsta,
lUiV a la
Constant coughing is very annoying,
and the continuous backing and irri
tation will soon attack and injure the
delicate lining of the throat and air
rassaees. Take advice and use Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup in time. This
wonderful remedy will cure von.
Cures a Couqh or Cold at once.
Dote arc small ami i!crasint to take. Doctors
recommend it. I'rice :j els. At all druggists.
Estate of Rose R!tcbie, deceased.
The undersigned bavin? been appointed ex
ecutor. C. T A., of tbe estate of It jse luteeie.
late of the county of Kock Inland, state of 1111
nois. deceased, nereby gives notice tlit.t be
will appear before the county court of Kock
Island countv. at tbe county court room, in tbe
city or kocu Lsjana. at toe ixccmiicr term, on
toe nrsMocauy in u"ceoiuer next, at wnicn
time all persons having claims avainst said
estate are noticed and requested toattend, for
tbe purpose of having tbe same xdiu-s'.eu.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 215th day of September. A. D. 1499.
James Powers, Administrator, C. T. A.
Estate of Daniel (Julnty, deceased.
Tbe undersigned, having been appointed
executor of the last will and te't ment of tluci -1
(iuinty. late of tbe county of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, berebv irives notice
tbat be will appear before tbe county court of
kock island county, at tne county court room.
In tbe city of Kock Hand, at the December
term, on tbe first Monday In December next,
st wbicb time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and tequested
to attend for tbe purpose of having the same
adjusted. All person indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
Dated tbla l.tb day of October. A D isvb.
T. H. Keiuv, Executor.
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6c Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Rock Island.
" C. R I. A P. Depot 8:00 am 1:10 pm
" 30ib Street Depot f:05 a m 1:45 pm
Ar. Peoria 11:20 am 4:S3 p m
" liloomlnKton 1:17 pm 823 p m
" Springilcld 3:15pm 8:00pm
" Decatur 3:20 p m 8:30 p m
"Jacksonville 7:50 pm
"Indianapolis.. 6:10pm 3:30am
" Terre Haute 6.29 p m
" St. Iu!s 7:"0 p m 6:39 a m
" Cincinnati b:o5 p m 7:10 a m
" Evar.sv'.Ue 9:35 pm 8J5 a m
" Louisville 7:30 a m
" Dayton 10:23 p m 9:00 a m
" Columbus 1:30 a m 11:33 a m
"Nashville 3:00 a m 8:10 pm
"Chattanooga 2:35pm 6:55pm
" Atlanta 7:30 p m 10:3 p m
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on nijrnt
trains to principal cities.
M. A. PATTERSON.
Gon'l Pass. A?ent,
Rock Island. 111.
Ask for It at tbe Book Stares, or writ U
GIFFEN & GIFFEN,
tavM, Rseswiu wo FiLLHoac Sra..
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
atone does not wash or color the
wall witii alKali. etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive J
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on tbe C. R. & Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stcnc and Thotos o!
build in j;s can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde'a build-
A&THUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, HL
"VTHE NEW NOYES"
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POISONS IX 3IURDER
THE USE OF THE SUBTLER DRUGS
SELDOM BROUGHT TO LIGHT.
StryefanlBC and Arsenic Are Clarasy
Aorc-atB of Death, as Their Tracrt
Kraals la tbe Victim IndeBnitely.
j Poison la Novels aid Plays.
"A recent newspaper article," said a
physician, "called attention to two
curious facts, or rather, alleged facts.
about poison. First, that it is so sel
doni resorted to by murderers, and.
second, that its use Is almost invaria
blv followed by detectiou. One might
answer both btatements with theQties
tlou: How do we know? How do we
know thnt the few clumsy cases tha
come to light represent the sum of that
kind of crime?
"It is undi'uiably true that there are
certain drugs which, if administered
with skill, would be almost impossible
to detect. Their symptoms are practi
cally identical with those of familiar
diseases, antl a little while alter tleatu
they decompose, change form and dis
"It would be possible, too, to innocu
late a victim with the germs of some
deadly malady. He would then go to
his grave with a real case of consump
tion or pneumonia or lockjaw, and
there would be nothing to arouse the
shadow of suspicion. 1 believe firmly
that such crimes are committed and
never discovered, but I believe also
that they are very rare. The real safe
guard of a community lies in the fact
that so few murderers possess the req
"Kducated people seldom commit de
liberate murder," continued the doctor,
"and the uneducated mind Instinctive
ly associates poison with two sub'
stances arsenic and strychnine. They
are the deadly drugs most ,familiar to
the public, and fortunately they are
easily detected. Murder by arsenic Is
infinitely clumsy. To begin with, the
.symptoms are marked and peculiar;
being a metallic product, its traces re
main in the body an Indefinite time.
"Last summer a woman in Uarce-
lona, Spain, confessed that she had
poisoned her sister with arsenic 15
years before. The grave was opened
and the coffin found to contain nothing
but dust and ashes, but a chemical test
showed unmistakably the presence of
"Mrs. May brick was accused of kill
ing her husband with arsenic, and the
test revealed it plainly not only lu the
remains, but in certain medicines. The
demonstration was so conclusive that
she finally arose in court and admitted
giving him a 'white powder,' but Insist
ed that she followed his own express
"One of the most Ingenious cases of
poisoning I ever heard of occurred
some years ago In another state. A
young physician plotted to kill a
wealthy farmer. He knew the latter
was taking quinine for a cold and.
meeting him one day, asked to see
what size capsules he used. While
pretending to examine them, he slip
ped in one containing strychnine. The
farmer happened on it nearly a week
later and died in convulsions. An au
topsy revealed the poison, but the af
fair was a deep mystery until the doc
tor committed suicide, leaving a writ
"The poisonings that occur lu novels
and on the stage are usually very
amusing to a student of toxicology,"
said the physician in conclusion. "I
remember lu Saml of 1'osen, which
was produced with such success by M.
H. Curtis, the drummer hero was tem
porarily knocked out by a poisoned ci
gar. He took two or three whiffs, and
over he rolled. I would like very much
to know the name of the drug that
would produce that sort of effect.
"Nearly pll the poisoning In fiction is
equally surprising. There Is a well
known English romance in which the
heroine inhales the fragrance of a
bunch of roses and instantly falls dead.
Needless to say, the poisoned perfume
is wholly unknown to science.
'Another story But I could keep
on citing instances all night. History
isn't much better. Most of the yarns
of the Borgias and Medieis are pure
moonshine, especially those about poi
soned gloves, poisoned tapers and oth
er applications of drugs or things that
are touched or handled.
'The tale of the book which was
anointed on the margins with some
deadly substance that killed the per
son who moistened his lingers to turn
the leaves has possibly a foundation in
truth, but, I confess, I would be puz
zled to know how to prepare such a
volume. Almost anything that might
be used would instantly betray itself
by its fast?.
"Iu the middle ages powdered glass
Is said to have been a favorite material
witii which to 'doctor food, and you'll
find some interesting data on the snb-
Jvct in the autobiography of Cellini,
the goldsmith. It Is occasionally used
by negroes right here in the south. Of
course, powdered glass Isn't a true
prison. It sometimes kills by setting
up internal inflammation. Oftener it
has no effect at all." New Orleans
A Dogr Story.
:. Animals have sentiment, and they do
reason. Lord Sandwich had two intel
licent. companionable little white dogs.
He was foud of both. They were much
attached to b'ni and devoted to each
other. One white pet fell sick, and he
watched over the little creature. But
no care sufficed to save It, and it died.
The loving master said that he himself
would bury the dog. and he did so.
The livliig Pomeranian stood by, griev
ing as sincerely as the bereaved mas
ter. But the survivor could never
again endure Lord Sandwich, shunned
uiu. auu n u.icriy irrec-oncuaDie lor i . . . . ' i
all time. He thought that the master ar,e 80 trjviaI tbmt ne oud feel asham
Lad killed and nnriMi M. .mJ ed to see them In black and white.
him and was utterly irreconcilable for
rmac I-ondon News.
Love oj Llqnor Sot Hereditary.
" Professor Sims Woodhead, speaking
before the Society For the Study o
Inebriety In Kngland, came to these
conclusions: He held most strongly
that a direct transmission of the taste
for alcohol never occurred. Of course
he accepted very fully the fact that
certain nervous diseases and degenera
tions involving certain altered and
weakened Inhibitory powers are trans
mined from generation to generation.
These, however, did not always as
eume the same form, the mauifesta
tion of the effect often taking on very
different characters in different gen
But whatever character they assum
ed the result as regards alcohol was
Inevitably the same, and until far more
evidence was brought forward than
had yet been presented he should
strongly maintain that what was so
often spoken of as an inherited taste
for alcohol was an inherited weakness
and lessened self restraint affecting
many other things besides drink ami
that a direct transmission of the taste
for alcohol from parents to children
In a constitution otherwise healthy did
not occur. As with tuberculosis, the
disease was not transmitted, but only
the weakly and unbalanced condition
of the tissues. London Hospital.
Where's the DlfTerencef
"So you don't believe in womPn
smoking?" said the little woman as she
watched her husbaud light his third
"No, I don t decidedly! If I ever
should hear of your doing such a thing,
I would get a divorce!"
"Well, now, really, John, dear, what
do yon call smoking, anyway?"
"Why, inhaling tobacco smoke, of
"But I really don't understand your
objection to cigarettes," said she. "Now
just look at this room; it is blue with
smoke. I have inhaled that into my
lungs for the last six years. To be sure.
you have held all the cigars, but then
now really, what is the difference?
Why would it be any worse for me to
hold a cigarette in my hand while I
Inhale the smoke?"
"It's of no use trying to tell you
there's no arguing with a woman
said John sarcastically.
"There's a little use in arguing with
some men, though," said his wife.
He didn't ask why, but she told him
just the same, that it was because of
the satisfaction of coming out ahead.
Detroit Free Press.
Automatic Salt Work-.
About a hundred miles north of
Lim.i, near the town of Huacho, is one
cf the great curiosities of nature a
salt factory on an automatic plan.
When the tide comes In, It fills a lot of
shallow basins, and the water Is pre
vented from flowing back into the si-a
by closing the gates. The atmosphere
is so dry that the water evaporates
rapidly aud leaves a sediment of salt
iu an almost pure state, which is scrap
ed up, packed Into sacks and shipped
to market. Within the coast a little
farther the percolation of sea water
tli rough the porous rocks into pits and
ollows has caused immense deposits
of salt to accumulate. The salt is tak
en out in blocks six or eight inches
square and sold in that form. As soon
as the salt is excavated the water
comes in again and In a year or two
has solidified and Is ready for the mar
ket. Wells driven into the sand dis
close strongly impregnated water at a
depth of 25 feet, which seems to Ire a
great deal heavier than the sea water.
and is drawn off into vats for evapora
tion. Chicago Becord.
Xothlnw Xfn t'nder the Tent.
I wandered to the circus, John. I
sat leneath the tent and saw the man
from Borneo, likewise the tattooed
nt. I heard the toothless lions howl.
while men in spangled clothes stepped
fearlessly into their dens and whacked
them on the nose. I saw the sacred
lcpliant spout water through his trunk.
the salamander eating lead and other
melted junk. I heard the merry clown
get off the jokes we used to know when
we were boys together, John, some 20
years ago. The same old horses wad
dled round the same old kind of ring.
he same old comic vocalists proved
that thoy couldn't sing, the same old
hippopotamus was grunting with dis
gust, the same old I'ersian ox was
kicking up the dust, the same old
rheumatic acrobats crawled painfully
round, and the ossified contortionist
was crawling on the ground and ladles
rode barebacked steeds to music sad
and slow the same old girls we used
to see some 20 years ago. Minneapolis
Thouitht Me Knew Hliu.
Dr. Conan Doyle is a methodical
worker and a hard worker. He pastes
ip over his mantelshelf a list of the
hings he .intends to do iu the coming
six months, and he sticks to his task
until it Is done. He must be a great
disappointment to his old teacher.
When he had finished school, the teach
er called the boy up before him and
"Doyle, I have known you now for
seven jears, and I know you thorough
ly. I am going to say something that
vou will remember lu after life. Hoyle,
jou will never come to any good!"
Still the Woman Objected.
A certain Dyersburg woman assured
her husband she never told him a lie
and never would. He told her he did
not doubt it. but would hereafter cut
a notch in the piano when be knew she
deceived him. "No you won't!" she
screamed. "I'm not going to liav my
piano all ruined!" Tennessee State Ga
zette. If a man dislikes ten persons, his j
reasons for disliking seven of the ten
ffaey Purloin Articles of Vlrtw. From
the Homes of Officials.
One of the loading jewelers of the
capital was somewhat taken aback one
day, says a Washiugton paper, by re
ceiving from the wife of a high official
an order for half a dozen gold nails
with a jewel in the head of each and a
dozen small gold chains. He inquired
the uses to which the nails were to be
put, when his patron said:
"You see, I have a number of very
valuable objects of art, which, al
though they are very expensive, are
very small and easily handled.. As the
wife of an official of the government,
I am obliged to opeu my house during
the season to the constituents of my
husband and the Washiugton curiosity
seeking public in general. On my re
ception day, therefore, my house Is
crowded with all sorts of people, and
last winter I suffered the loss of sev
eral of my most valuable treasures.
"I have long been trying to devise
some plan by which 1 can keep my
objects of art outside of my cabinets
and yet not have them stolen, for that
lsthe only word 1 can use In regard
to the loss of my treasures. 1 have
concluded that I must either nail down
some of the bric-a-brac or chain it se
curely to the table, and hence I am go
ing to try this remedy. That Is why
1 want these nails aud chains."
This woman's predicament is not an
unusual one in Washington official cir
cles. The kleptomaniacs who commit
the most aggravated depredations are
for the most part well known leaders
One winter social circles in Wash
ington were greatly bewildered and
shocked by the doings of one of the
best known women in official circles.
A number of hostesses began to miss
valuable doilies from their dinner ta
bles after they had given luncheons or
dinners, and finally several of them got
together and compared notes, and sus
picion fell upon one of the women
who had been the guest at luncheons
given by those gathered at the confer
ence. Finally tne wife of a prominent dip
lomat determined to stop the raid upon
the doilies, and at the next luncheon
she seated the suspected kleptomaniac
next to her. When the doilies were
brought on, she watched her guest and
discovered that the latter laid her doily
on the table aud, carelessly dropping
her handkerchief over it, picked up
The hostess, in a most charming
manner, turned to her guest and said:
'Tardon me. my dear Mrs. , but
I am afraid you have my most ex-
uuisite doily in your handkerchief. It
is so fine I am afraid it will be crush
ed and therefore call your attention
to your inadvertence in taking it up
with your handkerchief.
The guest was not In the least abash
ed, and with a laugh she shook out her
handkerchief, and the doily fell back
on the table, whereupon she exclaimed:
Why, dear me, so I have! How very
careless of me!"
There were significant glances all
around the table, but no more doilies
were lost during that season.
THE OPEN MOUTH.
Said to Be a Sorvl-val of Babyhood
Hiram M. Stanley advances a new
explanation of the tendency to open the
mouth in surprise and astonishment.
Darwin ascribed this tendency to the
intuitive desire for quietness aud ef
fectiveness of breathing and to mere
relaxation of the muscles. Mr. Stanley
finds a deeper organic reason namely.
that the open mouth is the attention
sign, and Is a primitive and constant
reaction with the young of many ani
mals for the reception of food for ex
ample, with birds.
Any sound or other stimulus immedi
ately causes the young bird to extend
its mouth. With j-oung infants the
same Influence has often the same ef
fect. The mouth of the Infant under
such stimulation usually assumes the
sucking form, and its smile when the
finger is pointed at it may be either
nascent or degraded sucking.
Mr. Stanley maintains that the com
mon and highly useful tendency of the
very young to open the mouth to all
stimuli, visual, aural, etc., continues as
a survival in after life, being especially
brought out with stimuli of high inten
sity and unusual quality and thus be
comes a mark of surprise and astonish
ment. It is a habit very common
among boys and girls to open tbe
mouth under any attention. The rise
of smiling and laughter as connect
ed with wit and humor at the basis of
which lies surprise thus declares it
self as a kind of attention expression.
Assuming that the primary expres.
sion of the mouth is a feediag expres
sion and that this probably has been
modified and evolved in connection
with a variety of attention phenomena,
Mr. Stanley suggests that it would Im
worth while to make a detailed study
of expression iu infants and young ani
mals with this point in view. St. Louis
Lemons For tbe Hand.
One of the best possible manicure
acids is lemon juice, diluted with a lit
tle warm water. It not only removes
stains from the nails, but loosens the
cuticle far better than scissors will.
Ixmons are also excellent for whiten
ing hands which have become tanned
by exposure to the sun In boating or
other outdoor exercise. Home Notes.
Greatness, after all. In spite of ls
name, appears to be not se much a cer
tain size as a certain quality in human
lives. It may be present In lives whose
rsnge is very smalL
An excited man gives himself away.
It is notorious tbat human nature is
most easily read when it Is turned up
side dowp.--De trait Journal, -
is the secret of half the diseases known to hu
manity rheumatism, dropsy, scrofula, stomach
and liver troubles may in a majority of case? be
traced to the circulatory system. They car be
avoided and they can be cured by the use of a
remedy that supplies the necessary elements
enncn tne blood.
Pink Pills for Pale People
increase the red corpuscles in the blood and
thereby give it new life and richness. They
also tone up the nerves and are'a specific for
many serious disorders.
JVom the Journal, Octrterville, Jfo.
Mrs. Joseph M. Evans, of Cnrterville, Mo., says:
"Two years aiiO I had dropsy of the loft limb so sovrrrlv that my
physicians said I could not recover that it would ho tinpoSMtiln to
trlve me any treatment thnt would atl'ord permanent relief. 1 had
been sick ahotit a year, and most of tho time was hedfast. Mv hus
band spent over S;i00 that year doctorlns me, with the result that the
treatment of the physicians did mo no perinuucnt good. I btcuUily
My brother Insisted that I try tr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People. 1 did so with some reliietiinco and without much Immo Hint
they would benefit me, hut the effect was almost marvelous. The II ret
loii effected a change for the better lu my condition, nud 1 continued
to improve steadily.
I took about six months steady treatment, and hop! them In the
house and toolt them at intervals for a year or more mterward. 'iuo
result is tbat 1 do not now feel a trace of my former ailments.''
Mrs. Lite Evans.
Snbscrihed and sworn to before tne. a Notnrv Public, this 12th day
Of October, 1SUS. Wm. li. Wolcott, Aufcirj l-uuhc.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Tale People are sold by all dealers, or
will be sent, postpaid, on receipt of price, 50c. a box or six boxes for $0.50
(they are never sold in bulk or by the 100) by addressing Dr. Williams
Medicine CompanyScbencctady, N. V.
lias induced many persons deceive tlie
public by ollering plasters which are not
only lacking in tho best elements of the
genuine article, but are often harmful in
The public should be on their guard
against these frauds, and, when a plaster
is needed, be sure to insist upon having
tho best. When you buy Allcock's you
obtain absolutely tho best piaster made.
and other states north, west, sout
Nov. 7 and 21,
Dec. 5 and 19.
On above dates round trip tickets.
rood for 21 days, will be on sale at
IIAL,r rAIi!;, plus J.
Ticket ofllce onen d:iv and nit-ht lx-nnt
foot of Biztecnlb street. For ninps and full
information apply to
U. D. Mack. D. P. A.
M. J. Yocnq, Agent
Phones 1131 and 1180. "
Nothing but a loc
al remedy or change
of climate will cure
The Spcciiic Is
.IT'S CS.AI BALI
It Is quickly ah-
tetZfwce. re" COLD H EAD
Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages
Allays inflammation, heals and protects the
membrane, restores the senses of taste and
smell. Nococaina, no mercury, no Injur
ious drag. Regular size 50c; family size
f 1, at druggists or by mail.
EXV BKOTUEOS, 55 Warren St. New York.
Tom A. Marshall
ernes and TotvH3ATjtgaT
iz TCtfGfiAPH oa res. 7
Al'iix, I II.
U wile, 111.
Cordova, 1 11.
(Vilumbu Je. Iowa.
Cedar KaptflH, lima.
Ies Moinmi, Iowa.
Jul 1I1. 111.
Kuoville, 1 1J,
tit. H amiii, Iirwa.
XvW IKiMon, 111.
Kcs W.'inlr, II!.
North Jlenlerou, 111.
l'ort Hymn, III.
I 'ruirlK M. IU.
l'r. 'Uirlion, III.
Ilia k l-lllli'l, 111.
Kuan i:rM-k, III.
Kt. A iwu'tuw, IU.
Taylor lll'lea, 111.
V iola, III.
walnut Orova, 111.
Vit l.iliertj, Iuwa,
ValM CUft IU.
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to rirUat voniAnboa, ai'limr
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Fortftle by M. F. lifc-boaen, druggist.