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THE ABGTJS, TuXDATi JATU-ARY 1900..
T ANTKD-DINING ROOMCIIU S AT THK
V 11 aiper tii.
WANTKD-BOARDF.R3. CHOICB BOOM 3
and board at S6 Fourth aenua
TAXTED GIRL. PORfiWEKLHOUE-
wo k. Apply lt-12 Fourth avenue.
ANTKD COMJ:T?NTGIRI-K"K GKN-
t ral Housework at tr. Twentiem
AXTED GIRL FOR CESEHAL HOUS.
wi ru at ;3J Twelfth stree-.. Mn ooia
WANTED A COMPETENT fURl- FOI
renerl houiework. Mm. L Sim jn. M.'
WAKTKD PUPILS WISKINU TO TACT
private lessons In danelor eioiotobl
aquirins at 2710 Fifth avenue. Joan.
WANTED SOLICITOR FOR fWK is
land and Moli oe. Oood paving business
t rij'bt party. Call at 3I Twentieth -treet.
TANTi:i -A PKACTICAf.. MAN K K
a ateii repair wot A tf"OU nam-,- mi
iKUt man. Address lilJ Si-cuwl a.eriur.
-yt r A NT KO Of l . R KM A B f. V. Ol L. 5? A L.KS
lY zuan. un cofuiui-fHija orsamry. Address
Quaker Oil aud lu.tciueBtconipaiy, Cleveland,
1'AMKI-A OIIU. 'l' oi:K IV THK
sii.rr.uf the; Mnvuue "I -1 companv
More. :r-T Twentieth street. I.i.il evenings un
til 1 riday.
TTASTE!)-SMAIX FLAT TOP TYPE-
writer desk that close-, op. Must noi be
loDfer tbai three feet. AddrrMS B. O. U.
, hi.us oftice.
WANTED TWOMEK COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island- Permanent
positions. fi Mitchell & Lyndw "iUitg. be
sveen and 8 p. m.
XT A NTKD PARTNER WITH IIOii TO
W in Rood pavinif bushiest. Invesu-
irute th.v Call on cr address C H. V. Wijfgla.
i 'otnroercial hotel.
"1ITA NTKll (HARD AND ROOM BY RK
W t.Ded gentleman. In private family.
rntrl nr locution ijieferred Address
1. 11. II." Tub Ak.cs
WANTED LOCAL, SOLICITING AGENT
for accident irsurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address '-E M-." Abgcs.
tlT A NTF.D-HY YOUNU MAN OK GOOD
V addrf'H. pimaoent pniii'n in irroeery
mnw. f-oim--xpene ie !peak Saedi-ti
and relish Hently. Address "O. UV AKi.L's.
-VANTKI !!Y A VOCNG MAN. A IDS!
vv turn as bartender. No previous exueri
enee but one de.-itous of ieuniliii: the luisinefcs.
Can jrive good rerereiiees tf required. Address
I ; J i :.. in care of Thk A m.l-.
WANTro-liONEST MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for lurre house. Salary rm
ninthly and expenses with Increase. Position
prrmaariiL Kuelose self-addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, 3W Canon building,
WANTED HUSTMNG AGENTS TO
sell our Incandescent gasoline lamps.
Each burner produees luG-eanrtie tower liKht;
all stores want them: good inducements to re
liable salesmen The Ohio aiuminaung com
pacy, Mamlit.ld- Ohio.
XITANTHl-WOMES TO BIND DRISS
V soieids at honje Sie.y work:distati.-e
ro disadvantage: ak your dea'er to show you
K-cra Khiel. s and Kora Klasp a-e supporter-'.
Kora Shields snap on wa s', without sewing,
hend M cents for -aaloru of work Kor
Shield Co.. aii llnx-Es street. New York.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
m osteal Instruments, bicycles, clothicg. dry
goods, furniture, eto. Uignest cah prlnes
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The anore goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All ouslness transactions strictly
confide atlal. Ills new number and location,
KS3 Second avenue. Don t forget lu J. W
jonrr. Two rings on 1347.
I"OR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
rt'otus at Ittx. Second avenue.
ITViR KENT- A FOI'R R'"OM COTTAGF.
o) osite race tracls. Apply to IE. I
null iU'.NT - li:iAHI.F. PERSONS CAN
J? tli J furnished rooms a ith all modern eon-venien-
es, licated in the west ecd ol the city.
Address W. K . ' care of The A klus.
IOR flf.NT SIX ROOM FLATUS17 THIRD
avr.iue. Apply to William McKtiiry. Mitcu
ell A. L) :xle building.
I.i k hknt :ti:nisiii:h or i'ski kn-ili-l
rooms. plea-aiit aul convenient.
Apply 6'.-"3" r'ifth-anil a half at ehue.
IIORjRENT-FlRNISHED ROOMS FOR
orl- or two irentiemen. with beat. In
quire -a Ml Twenty-second street. Call from
IIOR 1ENT AT ir SECOND AVENL'F,
" lane rooms, well furnished: gas, bath,
steam k-at. A ttrt-"lass h"me table Hest
location n the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Seond avenue
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONFf TO LOAN CHATTEL. MORT
gae loans by W. H Eastman. I71J Sec
ond aveiue. without publlt or removal- He
also mi:a collecuons hard ones a specialty.
. LOST AND FOUND.
1fOrII-A HCNCH OF FII-TKEN KEYS
os Second avenue and evme-nth
aireet. I hursday afterciicii Owner call a;
A nt.t'H rhee.
IOST-HKOWN TELESCOPE GIUP. HE
J twen ibis city Dd Milan or leyond.
contai a several articles of vue toowcer.
Reward or its return to this oince.
IOsT- A MINK COLLAR BETWEEN
J S i-n'h avenue ad Sevenieenib street
and Scf nd enue and I'eventh street He
tu o 1(1110 second avenue and receive re
TF YCl WANT TO BUY. SELL, TRADE
L or fat anything, ecgage help or secure a
aituatid the Mail Is the one puper In Moline
that rindo it for you. Mall a ants are popu
lar and jail wants bring results. One-h':f cent
per vol is the price to all alike cash in ad
vance, '-cent stamps win ao. t-vcning and
Sunday tail, Moline. 111.
S.RE CAXCER CURE,
Cancel Tumors. Fistulas. Piles and all kinds
of aoren nd L leers jurea ro nu vara.
Itr. UiAm, pelallt. At vmaan'i tan
rr 1I Qta, 16 111 u a " Ay mm mm
Mrs. Bradi-.h. of Detroit Wrote
Mrs. Pinkham and Telfsthe Result.
liCTTta to riiiuiu ao. 8.310
About two years ago I began to run
down and soon became almost a wreck.
I lost my appetite and began to lose
flesh : my blood was impoverished and
I had to leave oar store.
' The doetors fjave me a little tonic,
bnt I steadily grew worse and consulted
another dx;tor. He helped me in soiue
ways, but my headaches continued, and
I began to have night sweats and vay
rest was so disturbed that I would have
hysteria and would cry and worry over
business matters and my poor health.
'Finally. husband took me South, but
with no benefit. This was a year ago;
no one can ever know what a winter of
mi.sery I spent. Would bloat after
eating and was troubled with palpita
tion of heart and whites. Having read
by tiapny chance of your medicine, 1
bought it aud wrote fur your advice,
ttiici before having tinislo-d the first
bottleof Lvdia E. 1'inkham'H Vegetable
Couijiound. the hysterics nearly stopped
and I slept soundly.
'I u-.cd seven or eight bottles with
such benefit that I am as healthy as I
can ever remember of being. I shall
never cease to sound your praises.
Mr.s. E. M. Kravieu, 179 Due Ave.,
Mrs. Pinkham's advice is at the f ree
disposal of every ailing woman who
wishes help. Her address is Lynn. Mass.
Every case is sacredly confidential.
'OR SALE-A GOOD ORG A N FOR
sale cheap. Apply at u Second street.
FOR SALE FIXE DRUG STOCIv AND
uztures. In a city of about a.'OO. Misrbt
consider a trafle for clear prjper'y. same val
ue. AU,lres. box I. let on a, 1U
F3R SALE -ONE No. 2 REMINGTON
npi'r;i-r. l'rice i". One otlice desk.
oak finish. 1-4 leet lons'. curtain top and patent
lock. H C-11 on or aldres li. C. Wood. BIM
Seventeenth street. Moline. 111.
T.IOR SALE COAL IN ANY' QUA NIT Y
JD of 50 bushels or over at fi.Tft per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city.
Leave orders at Commercial bouse barber
shop, Rod Island, or Enos James, Milan
TTIOR SALE OR TRADE A LARGE. HIGH
a1 lv Improved fruit fa-m. located ou Seven
teenth street South Heights. A special bar
pain, a pplv to Keidy Bros , room 4, Mitchell Si
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N.J.
Traders ins. Co., - - Chicago, II L
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockicrd Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State ot 111., - Rockford, HI.
Office. Room 3. Buford blocfc. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
TLr old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low as any
f atronage lsaolic
bcd. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents tbe following well
knoan Fire and Accident Insur
R job ester German lea Oo...... Rochester, N Y
German " ..Kreeport. Ul
Buffalo Genua " Boflaio. N Y
Reliance " PoUadeiphla
OerauriM " Peoria. IU
Nsw Bampabuw " ....Manchester, N H
M'Jwankee Meenanlea " AiLUwsukee. W s
fidelity and Casual ..New Yor
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, aecond Boor.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimming,
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly a oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. & 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 Stcne and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12. Mitchell & Lynde's build
ArVTIIUR li UK HALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colon, 111.
HE QUITS ORTHODOXY
Ycung Rockford Preacher Who
Does Not Believe All the
Bible or Creed.
ffASTS TO DO THE HONEST THING,
ftnd So Disbelieving He Keslffns Bis Min
istry and 'Will Join the Liberals le
trruinrd Ca s ofsjnictde Near Xenla
Rereption at the State Executive Man
sion on New Year's Day Keeves Push
Ins; H(s Canvass for the Oovernslilp.
Itookford. Ills.. Jan. 2. Tlit Iiev.
Wesley I. Ilask. lL pastor of Iho Sec
ond Ciigr-satioiiaI i-lmrt-h. the largest
and mr.st fashioiialile in the -ity. sur-Iris-d
his (-nntMvgatioii Sunday by
reading his resiguatiou. to tala ffeet
April 1. pivln;r as his n-asim for reslt;u
1 it ir that tit was not orthodox and ttuld
not preat-li rt lioiloxv.
IK.r-s Not ll.-lleve in the C reinL
'"How can 1 l.e orthodox V' 1' said.
"I do Hot believe the Bible is the Kook
of tloil from rover to tver. I do not
believe in the sulisl.i i:tial theory of the
atoneuient as held by the orthodox
f-htircli. I am out of sympathy with the
dogma that elings u the aiMisiles'
t-ree!. I lo not l-li've in the doctrine
of everlasting pniiislinu'iit. as laught
by tlie chttrcli. 1 cannot believe Mind
ly against the truths which history,
fcieuce. aixl reason reveal, fan I. not
lM-lieving in these things, preach in a
church which does? I want to le hon
est with myself and friends, and above
all. I prize a clear conscience."
(oinjr intn the l.ilM-ral Ministry.
Kev. Mr. Haskell is a young man
who came here from Peoria in Feb
ruary last to take the pulpit of the late
Kev. Walter M. Harrows. He was
formerly pastor of the First t'ongroga
tional church of Peoria. llt says he
will enter the lileral ministry in the
east, but there is talk of engaging him
as assistant pastor to lr. Thomas
Kerr, of tin- Christian Union, the
stroug liberal society here. His resig
nation and sermon caused something
of a sensation in tbe big Second Con
NEW YEAR'S AT SPIilNOFl EL1.
Natlonul uartl Ofllrers Pay Their lie
speets to the Governor.
Springlield. Ills.. Jan. II. According
to annual custom the resident and vis
iting officers of the Illinois National
('uard iu full uniform called at the ex
ecutive mansion yesterday at high
iioou to pay their resju-cis to the gover
nor as comma ndcr-in-chief. .Mrs. Tan
ner, assisted by fifty prominent society
ladies, kept ojien honse from 4 to ! in
the afternoon. Among those assisting
Mrs. Tanner in receiving were ihe
wives of the state officers and many
society women of Springfield. Chicago
and oilier places. The following young
women of Springlie!i presided iu liie
breakfast room: Miss Helen Matheny.
Blossom Hickox. A It a Walker. Kdiia
Kanisay. t'lara Jones, and l.ucy Wig
gins. The following women presided
in' the Mate dining room: Mesdames
Henry Havis. Horace Wiggins. Harris
Hickox. Lewis H. Miner, and Jerome
I-cland. The mansion had been elab
orately decoratiMl for the occasion.
GIRL WHO WAS IETEISM IN El TO IHE
Laid Down on toe lee and Held Her Head
I nder W ater.
Xenia. 111.. Jan. Mins Flossie
Weaver, the young daughter of James
Weaver, a farmer near here, commit
ted suicide before daylight by cutting
a hide in the ice and drowning herself.
An unfaithful lover seems to be at the
bottom of the tragedy. Weaver heard
his daughter leave her room about 3
a. in. When she had not returned aft
er an hour her parents became :inx
iuiiN uml made a search.
Alxnt T a. in. her body was discov
ered lu a hole In the Ice on a small
creek half a mile from the house. The
water in the creek is only about two
feet deep, and the girl must have lain
down ou the ice and held her head and
shoulders under the chilly waters until
death came. It is said a young man
of the neighltorhood had refusd to
keep his promise of marriage and was
engaged to wed another girl.
Thives Run lifise In RMhford.
Rockford. Ills.. Jan. 'J. Two safes
were blown open ill Kockford al an
early hour Sunday nioruing one at
the I'eaeot-k brewery and the oilier at
the Saffonl Lumber company's orli-e.
less than ?li(i In-iiig sin-tired from the
two. The brewery safe was left for
some unknown reason lief ore the job
was finished, after the front door had
been blown off. Inside the safe was
quite a large amount of gold, which
the robbers did not reach.
Imprisoned a Congregation.
Tower Hill. Ills.. Jan. '2. Stale war
rants have liceii issued for Clayton
Word. Wallace Hime and Wallace Her.
young men of this place who are ac
cused of locking the door and plug
ging the keyhole from the outside of
the Free Methodist church during a
revival meeting Thursday uiglij. The
fo"B AB I ES"
L Border's CowSesrsed fcttk Ce N.Y.
l-asrsr was icrcca ro cumo out through
u vriiidow in order to cptn tbe dojt
niid release the impi ironed tougres.T
Married Well A long in Life.
IToopeston. Ills.. Jan. a. A marriajre
license was issued iu Chicago Saturday
to Harwin 1. Kads. of Paris. Ky.. anil
Mrs. Annie Hartwell. of this city. Mr.
Fads is tZi years old. The bride to be
is ri years old. She is the widow of
the late Cyrus Hartwell. formerly one
of the wealthiest aud most prominent
pioneer settlers of this part of the
Reeves at McLeannboro.
Mc-Leausboro. Ills.. Jan. 2. Rcprc
wntative Keeves. candidate for gover
nor In-fore the Republican state con
vention, held a reception at the Arling
ton hotel lu this city yesterday after
an active part, and soon thereafter
delegation of prominent Republicans
of Hamiltoa county.
11 re In the Governor's Home.
Springfield. Ills.. Jan. Fire broke
out at the executive mansion Sunday
afternoon, but was discovered before
gaining much headway. The tire de
partment resionded and extinguished
the bla'ze. which originated from the
Thlncs They Did In 1 TOO.
An advertisement in a facsimile is
sue of a Maryland paper in 177:; shows
that the housewives of that day used
cooking utensils of a kind that only a
favored few can ofTord to.use now. A
coppersmith "from Lancaster" living
Baltimore-Town" advertises copper
fish and wash kettles, copper and brass
brewing kettles, saucepans, coffee and
chocolate pots, stewpans and Dutch
There was plenty o help in the
household then with the slaves. Sev
eral advertisements refer to them. In
one a "Commission and Insurance Bro
ker" "Uratefully acknowledges the
favors of his friends, ami hopes for a
continuance of their correfpondence.
He has now for fale. a Pocket of
good HOPS, a 10 Inch new CAULK
and wants to buy a XKJRO CSIRL,
alxiiit 1- years old."
Women were iu certain kinds of
business at that time, for a firm of
"taylors" advertise their business as
two doors from Mrs. Chilton's tavern.
People liked to hear a Utile gossip in
those days also, as now, ami what may
be called a society note follows the no
tice of a wedding and informs the pub
lie that "By a late marriage in St. Ma
ry's the Lady is become Sister-in-law
to her own mother and the Gentleman
Son-iu-law to his Sister-in-law."
A Urolscn Shorstrinsr.
"There goes a man who may wish
before long that he had a good, sound
shoestring in his shoe," remarked a
man to a friend as a rather t-lipshod
individual passed them -ti the street.
The man referred to had a hrol.cn
shoestring in one of h:s f!iocs. find the
other hail liven spliced ii several
"1 am not talking from the jsoint of
view of neatness." went 'on the lirst
man, "but on account of an accident
that befell me recently. 1 was about
to get off a street car when the shoe
string in one of my shoes snapped. It
had been tightly laced, and the break,
occurring when it did. just as I had
taken my hand from the rail, was
euough to make me lose my balance.
I felt myself falling to the street. There
was a trailer ou the car, and 1 was
pretty badly scared, as I thought that
I stood a good chauce of getting a leg
under the wheels. Luckily I made a
final effort to straighteu myself, and I
got clear with nothing more than a
painfully twisted ankle.
"A shoestring is a small thing, but
after that scare 1 determined that 1
would always hare a good one in my
bhoe." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
Too Much Bait l'ur Ills I'l.ll.
They were passing a good story at
the courthouse' yesterday afternoon
concerning a young lawyer who was
admitted to practice a short time ago
and recently hung out his shingle. His
office isn't a very pretentious a flair,
but he didn't think it necessary to
apologize to his friends for his little
eight by ten. with several feet parti
tioned off for the use of his "clerk."
The other day lightning struck, aud
the door opened slowly, while a voice
charged with a strong Irish accent ask
ed If the lawyer was in.
".lames." said the rising disciple of
lilackstone, getting up from a couch
at the time. "I wish you'd step around
to the Kirst National bank and tyll
them that the amount of that draft
Isn't (juite right. It should be $l,."i7.1,
instead of l.o2.", and before you re
turn drop into Mr. Johngre's office and
tell him I've collected that !;5.o.0 claim
for him. AVhile you're there, step
across the hall and inform Mr. I'ogo
boll that unless that note for $10,0iO Is
paid iu the morning I shall begin fore
closure proceeding. Don't lose any
time, as I've a great deal of wot k for
you this morning."
"I?e hivius'" gasped the client pro
spective, who had progressed as far
as the doorway Into the Inner office,
"this lie's no place fer me wid er two
dollar fifty ciut claim ter k'lect." And
he departed. Milwaukee Wisconsin.
The Actor's rd.
"I showed them tny card at the
door, the actor was complaining, "and
they referred me to the manager. And
what do you suppose he said? He said
he was sorry, but the demand for seat
had lieen so ?reat that he had decided
to discontinue the professional free
"Well." Raid his friend the sharper,
"did yon expect to boat a full house
with a single card?" New York- Com
Why He mm Wakrtal.
"Didn't sleep a win a. last night," fcald
"Xo; I heard cne of those songs about
slumber sweetly, sweet dreams be;
thine, and the confounded tune kept'
running through my bead all night!"
Washington Star. . 1
Bert of "lu-HU-Steii" t'at ty in Proeess of
Chicago. Jan. -. The national com
mittee of the Christian Political Fnion.
it new civic organization formulated
by a conference of Christian men and
women which has been in ses.sion here
for two days, held its lirsi meeting
yesterday, and issued an address call
ing for a national assembly of the rep
resentatives of tile new partv to meet
at Rock Island. Ills.. May 1. l!Ho. The
officers of the naito:ial committee are:
W. R. Beukirt. ot I:i venport. chair
man; Wallace R. Siruble. of Chicago,
v Ice chairman and secretary; A. B.
Martin, of Rock Island, treasurer. Chi
cago was selected as the headquarters
of the committee.
The principles and aims of the new
organization are in part as follows:
"We believe the fullness of time to
have arrived when the eternal prin
ciples rf justice, mercy and love, as
exemplified i!i tie life and teachings
of -lesns Christ, should be embodied In
the political economy of our nation
and applied in com rete form to every
function of o;:r got ertiinen: national,
state, municipal anil local."
PROTZCTIOU FOR PRINTESS
l'uriu'.l in a Itill Overstrect Will Intro
ilurnl in the House.
Indianapolis. Jan. 2. S. B. Donnel
ly, president of the International Typo
Kraphic.il Fnion. says that a commit
tee is at w.iik oil. a bill which will
probably be introduced iu congress by
Representative Owrsireel al an eaily
dale. The bill will aim to amend the
present copyright law. and intends to
put a step to the importation of plates
and matrices for bonks and oilier valu
able printed matter from foreign coun
tries. I'mler present regulations publishers
have valuable plan s .shipped into this
country under the guie of damaged
plates, a few of them being damaged
and the others in good con. lit ion. p.y
this scheme, he says, small duty is
paid, and the publishers are able to
run otY costly editions without the
printers getting any benefits from the
.liioug the leatures of the tenth
annual New Year's display at the
Wellington hotel. Chicago, was a huge
game pie weighijig 11." poutids.
Chicago. III., Srpt. 5, 1899.
The Dodos Medicine Co., Buffalo. N. V.
Gentlemen: I suffered from Rheumatism and
Kidney Trouble for years. My condition grew
grs.du.iHy worse, it spite of my efforts to im
prove it, aui finally I became totally blind. I
consulted different physicians, but none of them
could cure me. fly case seemed to be hopeless,
fly physician advised me to try Dodd's Kid
ney Pills. I used the pills, and am now glad
to say that I am cured. Ify eyesight is restored,
the Rheumatism has disappeared, and my kid
neys appear to be in as good and healthy condi
tion as before I was attacked with the disease.
ant as well every way as I ever was.
Iipdd's Kidnev Pills cure all
Disrates of the Kidneys.
Sold by all dealers in medi
cine. 0 cents a box or six boxes
for $2 50. Sent on receipt of
price hv The Dndds Medicine
Co., Itnffalo, N. Y.
Improved by Science to a PLEASANT, PERMANENT, POSITIVE CURE
For Coughs, Colds, and all Inflamed Surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes,
The sore, veary cough-worn lungs are exhilarated, the
microbe bearing mucus is cut out, the cause of that tickling is
removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so
that there is no inclination to cough. ,.
A COLD! A
My little daughter hss been subject
to severe colils aiid croup, and often
taken with violent coughing spells at
nifcnt. Lr Bell's Piti--Tar-Honey is
the cn'y preparation I have found that
will relieve her I think it is necesrary
in the household. ii. I. Jsgaai-,
The Kind Yon llavo Always
in use for over 30 years,
J?- r agonal supervision since its infancy
'C4,C4cCZ m Allmtfnnmin fniliiiivi villi ill flits.
All Counterfeits, Imitations ami "Just-as-soou" arc but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothiii"; Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, 3iorphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worm
nnd alkiys Eeverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Childrens Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMf CCNT1UR COMPANY. TT
" DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN
NO BITTER TASTE.
NO SUBSTITUTE USKD. .
If you cannot obtain It from your
WE BRING TO YOU
the Piney Forests of Norway
ij at yres
- COUGH! CONSUMPTION!
I have been serinnsly affected for
tr.enty-fivo years with a cough and
pains in my siiio and breast tht tvera
causing me a tuiscrablu life. I spent;
hundreds f dollars with doctors and
for iTicdfrine, but everything failed
until I used Ur Hi IPs I'itie-Tar-Homy.
It beats the werld, and lias saved my
life. I recommend r Bell's Pine-
Tar-IIoni y to everybody with wefc
innirv. ji. is a itreut success. J. a.
Uosssix, Urantsburg, 111.
In buying Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar Honey ou get
Do:ue ana more aoscsiorzsc irran vou
any other, but the drugirist'? profit is
- . - - " - - ... " y rmunuiu mumwtr
- anera to boy trint w fi!rf. o them means
protiL. DOH'YOli 100 IT, DEMAND
DR. BELL'S P.r3E - TAR -
-A-XSTX TACE 2STO OTHEE.
f mfmir 'SisTaliitiiSv
FOR SALE'BYr BAHNSEN'S DRUG
Bought mul wliicli lias been
lias borno tho sisrnntiiro of
lias been made uiuler bis per-
MIMRIV STSrCT. KfW VO.M riTV.
Neglected Colds Make
Sc'tentilically combined, the bes
grade of pure
Pure old Kentucky
together with herbs of medicinal
value makes the very best remedy for
the cure of
Colds, La Grippe and All Forms of
Taken before meals restores appetite, talien
before re.titiun Insures sleep. (A goo
medicine to keep In tbe lioube.)
dealer write or cull on tbe wholesale agents.
LEMBURG & DETLEFSON, Rock Island.
'c.' .s "i :se.ir
I hT sold Plne-Tar-TTofiy for on
year. Irind it a splendid remedy and
Vtol seller. Sold fivo bottles to Miss i
Htella Howell, of this place, who waa
considered to bavo cinsuinotion. tthe
is now in good health. .1. T. CiKISBSM,
Urugexst, (irantsburg, Jil.
as big a
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