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THE ABCttJS, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1900.
July 2 and 3.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Folding fans, all colors. 5 for 2c
Folding fans, all -olor. 10 for 6c.
FnMir tr funs. ninks. blues and lav
enders and white. 7oc kind, :J5c.
Palm fins. lc.
6ti0 l.tlt. black, tans and laven
ders. worth on to 75c. choice 10
i:nt hemstitched. JaDonette silk
initial handkerchief, cheap. 10c. be.
Ladies' white, dull lisle gloves
nlain white, white with black stitch
ing and black with white stitchine
4 button lengths, cheap at 40c, choice
Indies' black siJk niitt, always 25c
Ladies1 fancv percale collars, laan
tlr-red. worth 'ioc. Kc
No. 9 all silk black satin
No. t all silk black satin
No. 1G all silk black satin
No. 22 all silk black satin
Fancy plaid hair, lie.
No 5 black satin back velvet
No 7 black satin back velvet
No 9 black satin back velvet
Ladies1 fancv embroidered lawn
collars, new up-to-date goods, 25c and
Just received, job childrei's fancy
nntin and silk parasols, 50c on the
dollar, will be sold for les than cost
Fancy silk parasols, hemstitched
edge, bamboo handle, with heavy silk
tassel, cheap at $2 50. choice f 1.88.
Ladies' and gent's blaclmm brelias.
rarL'on frame bamboo bandies with
steel rod. cheap 75c and 8c, for 48c.
Children's parasols. 50c. 25c. 15c
(ient's silk ties, cheap '25c, choice
Kent's 20c atiapenders, 9c.
Gent's 10c madras ties. 5c.
(ient's 20 cent per do.en lawn ties,
white, 10 cents.
Cent's silk front shirts, cambric
body, worth $1.25. choice (now is the
time yoa ni-ed them) iSOc.
Cent's hot weather suspenders, 50s
kind, for 25c.
50 dor. Ladies' fast black bote,
seamless, double heel and toe. cheap
at 12Jc for
Ladies' fancy drop-stitched hose,
latest novelties, fancy boot patterns,
50c kind, for 3'.e.
One case 60 doz. boys' black ribbed
hose, si.es G to 10. aiwavs 25c, choice
Indies' seamless polka dot hose, 20c,
10 do.. Ladies' summer wash skirts,
denim, crash and pique, worth f 1.50,
Ladies' natural colored linen wash
skirts, with two rows insertion, new
inverted pleat back, worth $3, worth
$3. while they Nat. $1.75.
100 of those unlined summer dress
skirts, in good grey wool mixed serge
taffeta trimmed and finely tailored,
new Inverted pleat back, while thev
last, at $4.50.
25 do, of those new style shirt
waists. In all the new prevailing
shades, soft dress cufTs and stocks,
tucked and embroidery fronts, at
$139. $1.25 and 9o.
15 doz. more of those white lawn
embroidered shirt waists, made in the
new style cuffs and collars, reverse
front. worth $2. while tbey last,$l.S9.
bout 200 sample waists, in white
and all colors, no two alike you are
sure to find something that will just!
suit you in style and price.
Children's summer dresses in ging
ham and percale, stylish, up-to-date
good, sizes 2 to 12 years, prices S'.'c
Indies' sailors. Knox style. 75c kind
Ladies pattern bats. J his is a
go-wi time to save monev $10 bats
for $5; $5 hats for $2 50. etc.
Ladies' trim rued bats, all new goods
$2.50. $2, $1 60; all go. choice 98c.
Wood picnic plates, per dozen, 5c.
l'aper napkins, per dozen, zc.
We carrv a tnll line of Peerless
freezers which make Ice cream In
three minutes and a half.
2 quart Peerless freezer $1.75.
1-quart Peerless freezer $2.15.
4-quart Peerless freezer $2 45.
6 quart Peerles freezer $3.25.
4quart Zero freezer $1.54.
5uO pounds of ice given away with
every refrigerator sold this week.
No. 1X1. color Hire SSxTK. concealed sprrad
f r. u;o f vt liatn na:&h, .'ao,uard design,
So i1 euru weave spreaders and pHlova,
aie 3f sale price SI v
.v ;7 cwnbiaattoo weire Jae?urd cevlcn.
eunc aled spreader and puilow. wide valance,
iic Ai4. aaie price f V
A fu 1 line of Hammocir. all ze9 and colors,
ltar eg direct we are In pc sit 1cm to save y ou
24 per cent i Uus line.
4-SaU. 4 e-bail, flee. S-baU. TSc
Acts gently on the
Cleanses the System
OVERCOMES J?rr& 1. .
1 W"W DrBUiUrUTIV
BUT Txe (NUINt- MAM'F o or
roaaauarauoeueccrk rent sot masnu.
Is No Longer an Incurable
Wby N'glect Yourself and Permit Tbla
Loathsome and Dangerous Afflic
tion to Fasten Itself I'pon Ton.
If you have Dryness of the Nose
nd throat, a constant backing and
couching, enlarped tfiisils, lropping
f tuueus, stopping up ot the nose.
fullness and noises in the head.
mout h-brefttbinjr. ollensive breath; if
on are pale, weak, losing flesh, and
ave & tendency to DKA.FNESS or
ON. SUMPTION do not let it increase
from day to day.
ConMilt the lenuan-Kniisn spe
cialists and receive assurance of a
peedy and permanent cure.
Catarrhal lealness, Kroncnitis. ca
tarrh of the Throat, Stomach, Bow
els, Liver, Kidney and Bladder treated
bv the B-rlin svstera nsed exclusively
bv these Kminent Specialists.
J be remelics and methous em
ployed are new and are the result of
tudv and research ilurmg many
years of hospital, private and special
ractice. Jhey are without escep-
ion the only successful ones before
the medical profession today.
15y means el costly appliances round
nowhere else west of Chicago, the
doctors are enabled to bring healing
gents directly to the diseased part".
thereby producing cures in cases that
ave tried all other means ami laueii.
The best physicians frankly admit
that this Is the only wav of per in a-
ently curing Catarrh and Catarrhal
Their Electro-Chemic System in
combination with medicine is proving
uccessfui in all cases of Nervous la
bility. Defective Memory, Mental De
lusions, Meeoiessness, .threatened
WOMEN suffering from nervous
ness, palpitation ol the heart, nam-
lency, or anv disease peculiar to tfceir
sex should call on the Specialists and
get an opinion en their case free of
Consultation and Examination
Der Demokrat Building
205 VV. Third Street, Davenport.
Hour 9 to 11 a. m- 5 to 4 and T to S p. m.
Saiday to 12 a. m.
FOR THE BLOOD. s
UMT kf alod I oon. r?fta&. f4. I rTB, 2-
sag ;af tfttaY. I rut If aau.,,,! ''3 . rx.t T i-
5 a atstuf st pru ".
MWHtfiiiMiaifoWiXWWMItiUg j clean and pure, we guarantee
ImprniP PJVA t!7A 5 Served with cru-hed fruit or
irJCCU O .ilflUa-U 5 .cream It makes a drink that is
S ifl tonic 3- healthful and refreshing. If
c a w . a.
g MUNICIPAL MATTERS, g
Cltv jinn.il Ilooms KaxI; Island
Juts I'-'. Th Council met in adjourned
esion at i o'eUn-k p. m Myor M.-Cono-
c-htt presidinjr nd all rhe aldenneni pres
llie tlrrk n-.ul a. fommunnul nn from
a commhtw of tlm V. C. T. U asking
th Council to trjv fr itet k-e in live
barrel lo be pl.wed in various jutrts of
A'.ilemiiin IVn.ler movM tliat the pray
er r.f the Tietition Itc granted. CUrrioii
Alli-rntin Ailrev nuA'el tltat the
rote of lli' Miiuxl eleirm be tMnva.--d
J hf M.tvor namI vs a eommitte to
n'ake t he ranva: Altinnea Andrews,
IVndT a.d Kenrrly.
1 fit i Kiiim;t nvaUi' tfie ioIkvmpr r'
rt f the Vf.tc: i. t . Rjth. 11S1S vote.
an-1 AU"itnil-r De Sdand 733, Iloth's mu-
Alderman Andrews moved that C.c.t. V
Kok :i. Ii:viri5 r'-ei -! t.Ii luijiiet ni.m
lxr i,f votfM c-.i.t. w nc-amnieTid tbat
he 'e tiei-Iai-l lulv -Ierf4-d a me'i'ber of
th- It.rd H ICliK-at hmi for tin: rv.Mln'
Vldfrin.tn .all iiwvel that tlis rrjxrt
o: the (ikiiiimt te be received arvl a lopl-
.Mderntin IVtuliT niove.1 tli.it. a rec-s
H.- taken tr examine grade- ml jilats
(.' in : I.
On rea'iiibLinr Alderuuji (Jail moved
that the lnjjid rivfn by 'tlie l'roukrt'
ti:ie lie relea--. tUrrieJ.
Alderman Scxlerstrom movexl that, ilie
( it y Enifineer be in -4 meted to brin-f iu
"er onnucndaticiis fir u trrade in the So'ii a
I'.irk i:!di.toii. Carried.
AM. mil in lVnJer moved that a re?e-..- of
fiv minute lie tltkeji Tov the exaniin.i-
I'K'ii r,f a. profile of tfie proposed uraJe !!
Tentii av-mie lietween Thirtieti and
Thirtv-fourt-h .tjeet. Carried.
On reasHembliup Alderman Soderlo;n
moved that the oi-dui.im-e committer lie
int rueful tn brinjr in an ordinau." est ah-
1 i-ih in lt ;;rad' -m Tenth veime, betwcii
Thirtietli And Tliirty-f.urt h strett-4. Car
Alderman Peinler moved that Ci
street and alley euiumittetandCitvEnjfl
iwr brtn in es-tinui ties of the. -ost of c-it
t'n Tenth avenue! to prade. Carried.
Aldern&in Aiwl'erson. o(Terel a n-wilutiinn
ii'tuetinf jiroperty owners on Kor!y-.e-
i in, street lietwen Iiiird and rilfi are-
niH-, to move ir fmn-e. to the ;uviertv
lint", and that the City Knjritnw aihl City
A I to. -? ivo the tiroiK'rtv owner. the
erie t lines. Ahpted.
.vliieniuin Anderstm offered a rejoin
noil li'tnietinjj T.ne tny .'rnv t-
iKillfv the Tri-Citv Railwav Co.. t briii2
Fort v-WN'ond strft-t. t "raIe in 1'ivin
th:r tr.K-k. and to leave it in pa.sahh
eondi. in. Adoiited.
Al'lcriii.ui Willis iTi-ivl a resohiUn
notitvmir !. K. .liUiJist -.ii iit lirnv the
llevs in Iiis TTlHlivL-ii;m. to jrrade itJiin
Lie :ii fisir weeks. Adoute.'.
Itlerni.in Willis (rereil a rs.iiiti.iii in
tra' tiii the Plumbing Insp -elor u iioli
fy ! : i iW'? who have meied uaved slice!
to vcii.'aiv the iMVi-nieut. Ad-.ntd.
Ahhriii.ni Andrews r.ad a plilion fnni
i-ojity owner- ott h o;iteit h and-a-hall"
treet. lM tvv-en Niiuli ami Teuth aveime.s.
lor tlie use of tiie eitv rol'er a:'.-r iliev
have iiiiprovel the str-et wi'i cimler.".
iVtl.-on granted on. notion cf Aldi rm n
Merman Cone.inn..n offer 1 a it-oIii-
li"i iii:rtn-t insf t he or.liuanv onrni t
in! ( ity Kniiwr to ' repare a;t odiiian?..
r -t i.,.L-luiur irrade IriHwi-en Nin1 u ai. a-
li tif and Thtrtt-entlt avenues aa 1 j'ifth
and Nintii stwts. AGovted.
Aidernsan Soder.-iom olTer'd a ies.lu-
tioii instrueiinir th" tletk to nnif- the
1 "a .-i Itoi-k ll.fil & No? tli western
l.'ailway C., to bring their traekn tT
fST.td rrnin lorty-.i'coMi to I'orry-sixtii
t !! Adapted.
Merman Ainlniws cfTiid a readuiinii
f'l.i! Fi'rhth sviiin ltuvn Tii.lft!i nrio
How Noted Physicians
Gm.T Hawley.M. P . Prof, of Lane and Throat Ills
im. chii-airo Ciimcml Scuool. tbe lar,?et clinical
School In tne world . mvs iu writlna to Dr. Uo. Leimnir
er I bvnu.iiiir yourr'onu&!diiTde lnbsler lor
Catarrh. AMtiiH. tiroochius, Cvuffha, Colds and other
Throat and Luna di0eaa. 1 hare fouod. it super.
or 10 an 7 rvmcuy so tax cuscorerea."
sis tMtmjwmmt i a
Or. Geo. Leiningers
FOR MAL-DE-HYDE INHALER
SrtM m ft tTiarmnt'1 mf ft? I dmrtrist aW-t. or direct
frm 1HK iK. LMN:NJt.K HfcMlCAL. CO
t Hi Tg Ala. DOOKirt ITU. 1 1 L a ur MaUDg.
IT CUBES BY INHALATION
The Universal Verdict
regarding onr soda water, is that it
is the best to be had in the Tri-Cities.
have never tried onr soda water, do
so at once. Onr ginger ale is espe
CAHNSEN DRUG STORE.
Corner Fourth Aenae. Twentieth St.
l'irtx nth treet be oat to gTado, an 1 uior.
ed it - adofMion.
A' ' rmun. IVndi-r moved a J -ul-ti-tte
that 1 e re ihili.m le -efrrrl t-i 1 li
slirt and ullev rueni X--". Carried
Aldeir.an Willi moved that the City
En.?Tneer le instruote-I to set grade
s-tikts on S-venteenth street and that th
-ropo-d prad berefeTred to the street
and aJJev tvjininit !e. Carried.
Adjourned on motion of Aldermtn
Robb'm. H. C. SehsrT.T.
Detroit (Mich.) is a candidate for
the national convention of the Mod
ern Ytooainen society injnne, iy'J.
The next convention' meets at St.
Panl In June, ia01. Daring the 1S01
convention a series of Woodmen ex
cursions will be run Into St. Paul
from North and South Dakota, and
alreadv contracts have been made
with the railroads to haul 15.000 peo
l-inrin? the montn or May ltd
deaths of members were reported to
the head clerk of the Modern Wood
men society, amounting in the aggre-
gate to $335,000. or an average mor
tuary liability of $10,806.45 per day
for the month. Aot since the montn
of November, 1899, has the Woodmen
society had such a light death rate.
So far during June the deaths report
ed would indicate that the mortality
will be lighter than in May.
Doe It Fay to Bay Cheap T
A cheap remedy for coughs and
colds is all right, but yoa want some
thing that will relieve and cure the
more severe and dangerous results of
roat and lung troubles. What shall
yoa do? Go to a warmer and more
regular climate? Yes, if possible; if
not possible for yoa, then in either
case take the only remedy that has
been introduced in all civilized coun
tries with success in severe throat and
lung troubles, "Boschee's German
Syrup." It not only heals and stim
ulates the tissues to destroy tne germ
disease, but allays inflammation,
causes easy expectoration, elves a
good night's rest, and cures the pa
tient. Try one bottle. Recommend
ed many years by all druggists in the
woila. bam pie bottles at J., xi.
Fourth of July.
The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
Railroad company will have on sale
round trip tickets to points on the
Burlington system within 200 miles.
at a round trip rate of one and one-
third of the standard hrtit class rare;
minimum selling rate 50 cents.
Tickets good going date of sale, good
returning until oth inclusive, bell
ing dates July 3 and 4.
Fourth of July.
On July 3 and 4. the C , M. & St. V
Railway will sell excursion tickets to
stations on their lines within a dis
tance of 200 mils of selling stations
at rale of one and one-third fare lor
the round trip, good returning until
July 5. Minimum selling' rate, 50
Fourth of July Raten.
The K I & P Railway will sell re
duced tickets to all points July 3 an1
4. with return limit July 6. for full
particulars, time table, etc., call on
E. L. Goff, agent, or address M. A.
Patterson, general passenger agent.
Fourth of July Excursion Rates.
The D., R. I. & N. W. names rate
of fare and one-third for round trip to
points on its line and to points on the
C & N. W. railway within 200 miles
Jnly d and 4. (rood for return np to
and including July 5.
Saveif by Presence of Mind.
At bhefiield. Knglaud, recently a cu
rious accident occurred. A passenger
was riding on a double deck electrical
car, and a single deck car passed In the
opposite direction. The rope- of the
trolley boom of the latter was flying
In the wind, and It wound Itself around
the passenger's neck. Fortunately be
had the presence of mind to seize the
rope with both hands and release him
self or he would probably have been
pulled from the car.
Teacher (suspiciously) Who
yonr composition, Johnny?
Johnny My father.
What, all of It?"
'Xo'm. I helped him." Truth.
A Ufa and Death Flgbt.
W. A. Hines, of Manchester. Iowa,
writing: of his almost miraculous es
cape from death, savs: "ixposure
after measles induced serious lung
trouble, which ended in consumption.
I had frequent hemorrhages and
coughed night and day. All my doc
tors said I must soon die. Then I
began to use Dr. King's Hew Discov
ery which wholly cured me. Hun
dreds have nsed it on my advice, and
all sav it never fails to enre throat.
chest and lung troubles." Regular
size 50 cents and f 1. Trial bottles
free at Hartz & Uilemeyer's drag
Qatck Relief tor Asthma.
Miss Maud Dickens. Parsons. Kas.,
writes: suffered eight years with
asthma in its worst form. I had sev
eral attacks during the last year and
was not expected to live through
them, i began using 1-oiey s Honey
and Tar. and it has never failed to
give immediate relief." All
a. real scene of troops in action hard
ly exists. Pictures of them are taken
at odd spells and out of dauger's reach,
guns and troops being used for the
Truth Is as Impossible to be "sor
by any outward touch as the sunbeam.
TOWNE'S BOOM THERE.
Continued From First Pace.
JOM.S ON THK SILVER ISSl E.
Kanaaa Clty'a Platform Not to Deviate a
Hair from That of Chicago.
Kansas City. June 30. Senator
Jones, of Arkansas, chairman of the
Iemocratic national committee, arrived
in Kansas City last ni;rutaud in a brief
Interview stated that he did not think
a specific 1G to 1 silver declaration
was necessary If the Chicago platform
was adopted. He was asked the direct
question if a sro-ifie declaration would
be made If th? Chicago platform was
adoprM and replied with a question:
"Would not the reafhrmstiou of the
Chicago platform be a declaration in
favor of K to fc'I rhink it would be."
He then added wth deliberation: "I
don't think anything will be adopted
by this convention that will be a de
viation so much as the breadth of a
hair from the principles laid down in
the Chieaco platform. A reaffirmation
of the platform will mean the adoption
of every word and letter In it. Including
the It; to 1 declaration. I do not believe
that a reiteration of that plank or any
other is necessary to make plain our
position. If it Is ne-essary to state
that relating to the supreme govern
ment by injunction, the income tax
anil every other provision. Some one
broke in with a question as to whether
or not persons who did not support the
Chicago platform could support the
Kansas City platform If it should re
affirm the former. "I'm not the keeper
of the -onscienoo of such people and
canont tell what they can do." replied
Webster DavU Haa a Mission.
Kansas City, Mo.. June 30. Webster
Davis, who was assistant secretary of
the interior and resigned to take up
the Itoer cause, is a resiednt of Kan
sas City. He said yesterday that he
was going to do all he can to get a
plank In the platform expressing in
the strongest terms sympathy with
the Boers. He is quoted as saving:
"I did all I could in Philadelphia", but
failed, and now I am determined to
do what I can here In Kansas City.'
Sulur Calla on Bryan.
Lincoln. Xeb.. .lune 30. Represen
tative Sulzer, or .New lork, reached
Lincoln at a. m. yesterday and was
driven at once to Bryan's house. There
he was In private conference with
Bryan until alter 10 a. m. Said Sulzer:
"1 am in the hands of my friends. I
have never been a candidate for the
vice presidency. In the sense of seek
ing support for the nomination."
Thlnke Carter Harrison the Man.
Vicksburg. Miss., June 30 Senator
McLaurin, who is a delegate-at-Iarge
to the Kansas City convention, last
night said he believed Hell. Carter
Harrison Is the strongest man the con
vention can nominate for vice presi
Roosevelt to Rest at Chicago,
Chicago. Juno 30. (Jovernor Roose
velt, of .V.v York, will reach this
ity at 4:30 this afternoon on his way
to Oklahoma t'ity. to attend the an
nual reunion of the Rough Riders. He
will remain in Chicago over Sunday.
Kx-Se:iator Hill Is Coming West,
Albany. X. Y.. June 3il. Conner
Senator David K. Hill left yesterday
afternoon for Kansas City. He ex
pects f reach his destination tomor
James Ilumiltoii Lewis at Lincoln.
Lincoln. Neb., June 30. .Fames Ham
ilton Iewis. formerly representative
from Washington siate and a candi
date for vice president, was one of
the callers who visited Bryan yester
Tbe American exhibit at tbe Paris exhibition
will be an open volume, whose lessons of skill-1
fully directed endeavor and unfaltering erer
UJ may be read by all. Our government build
lag la completed, and no effort baa been
spared to make it worthy to repreent our na
tlon. It was by the same American persever
ance that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, tb
famous dyspepsia cure, was first produced.
Since that time 60 years aero It bai never
failed to cure constipation. Indige't'on. bilious
ness, liver and kidney troubles, and It will make I
I lob red blood. It Is an exoellent tonio. and Is
a regu'ator for the bowels that cannot be
equalled. All druggista sell It. Do not be talked
into taking "aometh ng just as good." There!
I nothing to equal it.
Dast Cos-era For Furniture.
This is the time when the housewife
begins to think of dust covers for her
furniture. Plain l!nen is good, but It
has a cold, uninviting appearance. It
hns a "not at home" aspect. The chair
dressmaker was at work In one bouse
tip town the other day making some of
these covers. The material was of a
heavy cretonne, a tan ground with a
pattern of soft pink flowers with green
leaves. It was pretty and Inviting, and
the parlor In which It Is to appear
shortly will be as pretty with as with
out it, says the Xew York Times.
Breath aad Brash Art.
'Can you give a first class polish to a
pair of shoes?"
'Shud say so, boss. Why, when Ah
polish a ge'man's shoes de ladies glance
down at his feet to see if deh hats am
on straight." Chicago News.
'Did you notice that our Yankee
bluejackets are going Into something
that's worse than rubbering?"
"Peking." Cleveland Tlaln Dealer.
Estate of Jfora Murphy, deeeaaed.
Tne onaeraignea Baring oeen appomiea aa
tninlatratrlx of the estate of Nora Murphy,
late of the oounty of Kock I aland state of Illi
nois, deeeaaed. hereby gives notice that she
will appear before the county court oi hoc a
Island oounty. at the county court room. In the
elty of Bock f si and, at the July term, on
time all persons baring cl alius against said I
.aa nm aooasT in juit next, a woica
estate are nouned and requested to attend, lor
tbe purpose or baring tne aame an jus tea.
All neraoBa tadebted to aaid estate are re
quested to malic iounedlata payment to the
Datao taisists aar or May, a. u. law
JacKaov A Hcbxt.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
Half the ills that man
is heir to I
come from indigestion.
Blood Bitters strengthens and tones
the stomach; makes indigestion im
possible. For sale by Marshall 41
I " 'l
'yU&ftM ' I EVERY PAIR Is
Mm-'0-tUi ( GUARANTEED.
'MfM!k -:p .SUPERIOR to ail other. j
Jrlf XWfSlM W Corset in tightness, flea-
;i WWSpiM rP S iUm,y' fl,ric taring (
' .A yjj f i j! ; A- j KsV qualities, fit and detail of i
V;7!iHL fwt5v? K-v finish. Boned with pliable :
'J f ihP. I IP rust-proof metal boning: I
TlMklMfP Ever, length of waist.
Jv'Y ll; ilj V StS: breadth ot hip and buM B
' IC; 'J i aaM-OfSVy 8 measure perfoctlj fitted in j
" Wll -Vf'' "El' tbe' new shape, at: '
V 7--' TNf I prices from $1.00 to $3.00
t !V"-s ii - p1 pir
i i.uiam Ji.sa.!ja.;u.iuiissMi .,. mmmn swiaisarii.is iw,iiwuipnin,r
&.tmmii itt.MttuiWAi.w im.r-r.i.t,,i..a f;.-m.aftXAr ssrsirViaMtisasatasa-fr i -"-
But you can avoid it
tables are conceroed, if
the new Victor dining
Your Good Wife Will Be
Spared Many Heartaches
At seeing your impatience if 5 ou use this table.
Can be lengthened without even removing the
dishes. It's worth your while to see it even if
you don't buy now. Call and inspect our line
of furniture and carpets.
Cor. Sixteenth Street
Bblto. Mo., July ST.
For year Iiotfrrrd terrible pains erery
month and my doctor told n I eonld not
be cured except by an operation. I frit I
could sot submit to that and was so des
pondent I bad girxn up i hopes ol a cure.
My husband Jnsist-d on my trying Wine of
Card a i and at lat thank God I did try It.
Last month I did not hare a pain, and did
all my work, which I had not dona in seven
. MBS. MIXaiE LITTLE. .
Modesty is tbe crowning virtue of American women. It Is the trait
that all mankind admires. A modest woman is the most pleasing of all
created things. Because of this becoming virtue thousands of women
prefer to surTer untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to a
physician, and to even think of submitting' to an examination is revott
tof. They can't get their own consent to an operation. Wine of Cardui
permits sensitive women to retain their modesty. With it they can cure
" female troubles" in the quiet of their own rooms. If special treatment
Is required they can write to the Advisory Department of the Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., and their letters will be promptly answered by
, Lalltr AOmSIT IEFUTsHIT.
for airta tn eaaea rintr"n spoetal
directions, addrvaa, gtnny sy mirtcrflb.
tl' .brr '. TWlblhlXMIU
UsiaiKS, Clautaaoowm. Ioul
A LARCE BOTTLE
COST8 f I.OO AT
as far as dining room
you will let us show you
and Second Avenue.
women trained in tne cure oi
womanly weaknesses and irregu
larities. There should be no hesita
tion. Delayed treatment means a
chronic condition. Tbe longer
postponed the harder to curt.
OP WINE OF CARDUI
THE DRUG STORE.