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THE AHQUS. THTJBSD 4.T. OCTOBER 25. 190, r
Fdf Our Bargains
That dollar of yours canjtuy
more and bring better re
sults than it ever did since
the dollar mark was invented,
if you pat it into our dollar
stretching values. Save
money while thechance lasts.
A littie of it wiil give won
derful satisfaction if invested
in our sincerely honest qual
ities of goods cknown value.
Boots and Shoes,
Without doubt of hesitation,
come ami reap the best val
ues your dollarever brought.
We are waiting to give yon a
f quaro deal for a round dol
lar. DOLLY BROS.
307 Twentieth Street,
Originators, Designers and Builders of Shoes
and Sellers of Sboes and Satisfaction.
Geo. A. McDonald's
you can i$uy
Soda Crackcrs.per lb 5c
(Jinger Snap, 5c
Corn Meal, per sack 10c
12 bars Laundry Soap 25c
Compressed Yeast lo
veast Foam 'c
Jiow Corn, 2 cans 15c
New Tomatoes, 2 cans.... 15c
Uneeda liiscuit, por pack
Shredded Wheat Bi.senitper
THE CHEAP MAN,
ceo. a Mcdonald
2304 Fifth Avenue. rhonell96
At the table where
otir delicious fancy
and ornamejited cakes,
layer cakes, fine pas
try, macaroons or
cream pie is served is
natural when your
palate has been sweet
ened by our delicious
baked stuff made di
rectly under Mr.
Math's supervision, .
whom all know to be
the kin of the busi
ness. Wc Are the Exclusive
for all the leading
brands of fine candies
and fresh shipments
arriving daily of
tfuyler's, Allcgrettl, Lowney's
and Eunke's Fine Cho
colates. Math & BrauMgam Co,
Successors to KRELL A MATH.
Phone 1169. 1715-1718 Second Are.
; SEED'S HYAHZA
i FOR THE DLOOD.
Th in tot powerful and rtl u.M r mody Vrtorr
! U pubUr. illiy oorw ! mort obitiuM
I HM Cnm, Boll l11tt4-. fclr. I J.ltivr!y -a m
- lai(i. liHiicvtioii. NK m. h Trcublr. tt.
5 up iu wrtoui Trtm and crr.t. a icood appr-
51 licka, Ml ' r I'-nrtft.
3 . . iu.i.vi luakvr '-. ft. Fn m
TAKES ifl BRANCHES
Number of Western Burlinnton
Lines Absorbed by the Par
FUBTHEB CONSOLIDATION T0LL0WS
All Looking to the Improvemen
of the Service of the Great
This week the stockholders of 1
Iowa railroads conjrresated in l'ur
lington, Iowa, and sold their respec
tive roads, in "the aggregate having
more than five hundred miles of track
to the C, B. & Q Railroad company
Of all the roads interested, the Bur
lingtcn owns practically all of the
stock, and such outside stockholders
as there are sent their proxies to be
voted for the proposition to sell. All
the roads have been for years operated
under perpetual lease by the tinning
ton, so that thre will le no apparent
change in the situation as regards any
one of thuiii except, in time, as con
dilions require, improved service.
The stock owned by the C, B. & Q
was voted by W. W. Baldwin, and
the action of the branch lines selling
will be ratified next month bv the
stockholders of the Burlington.
Next month, also, another step in
the development of the same policy
will be taken when such mcepindent
lines as the Chicago, Barlington &
Kansas City, the Hannibal & tit. Joe
and other Missouri branches will be
brought into consolidation.
Later, again the consolidation of the
Nebraska branches will be effected so
that the property of the Burlington
vf ill be brought into three groups
namely Illinois (where the consolida
tion has been brought bout). Iowa
and Missouri in one, and Nebras
ka constituting the third.
The lines brought this week into the
Iowa section of this great railway sys
tem are the following: Chicago, Bur
lington Kansas City; Clarinda. Col
lege Springs i Southwestern; Creston
The Best Thee
You can always de
pend upon getting the
newest and best
things produced when
you buy here.
Some Money Too
Our fall stock is now
and extensive assort
ments In all lines.
We want your
business and would,
like to'see you before
you buy your furni
ture and carpets.
834 828. f2 Brady St.. Davenport.
Oh, My Back!
This is an almost rtaily exprcs&lon with
many people, both men and women.
For the resell t of those who are thus
nStieted we wish to say that Babn-.eu s
Kex iSelIal.nna and Capsiamv plaster
Uaualmjst instant relief. Wear one
a few days or weeks aod you wiil feel
like a n?w jersoa. Call aod talk to u
aout tbem even if you do nt tuy We
also carry a fuU line of Madame Viie's
BAHNSEN'S DRUG STORE.
No. SSI Twentieth Street. '
V4 ,,'jy i'Y:rgi
and Northern, Fairfield & Ottumw;
Hastings i Avoca; Burlington & M s
souri River; Chillicothe & Cha i
ton; Creston branch of the Bur
lington A Missouri; Keokuk & &..
Paul; leon, Mt. Ayr & Southwestern;
Nebraska City, Sidney & Northeast
ern; Western Iowa Railroad company;
Albia, Knoxville- & Des Moines;
Brownville & Nodaway Vallej ; Chari
ton, Des Moines & Southern; Des
Moines & Knoxville; Humeston &
Shenandoah; Murray & Creston; Red
Oak & Atlantic.
As might be supposed, no money
consideration passes in such transac
tion, notwithstanding the value of the
properties disposed of might have ag
gregated $20,000,000. The Barling
ton takes the road3 themselves in
place of its stocks in such roads, and
the few outside stockholders get C,
B. & Q. stock, it is presumed, in ex.
SON SUES FOR A THIRD
OF A S90.000 ESTATE.
A case that promises to be one of
the most interesting that has ever
come up in the district court of this
county was a suit becjun toiay in
which the. plaintiff is Albert Uath-
mann and the defendants Caroline
ILatlimann, Waltimore Rathmaun and
llobert Rathuiann, says the Davenport
Caroline Rathmann is the mother of
Albert Rathmann, the plaintiff, and
the other parties to the suit are his
brothers. They are all residents of
LeClaire, and the sole heirs at law of
Caroline Rathmann if she should.die.
Albert Rathmann states in his petition
that on Aug. 2, 1899, he had on de
posit in the Scott county Savings bank
money to the amount of $t,75l.W
Shortly before that date, he claims
tnat nis mother and brother Kobert
asked him to transfer the amount of
his deposit in the savings bank to her.
stating that much more would come
back to him as her heir, she ororuls
ing nim tnat he should share equally
wnn bis brothers in any distribution
of her estate. He did so.
Mr. Rathmann says that he relied
upon the representations of his
brother in the matter, and particu
larlv upon the promise of his mother.
lie states that Krnst Rathmann, his
father, died Jan. 10. lS'.tG, and by the
terms of his will he bequeathed to
each of his sons the sum of $3,000
and the rest of his estate was left to
Caroline Rathmann, the wife and
mother of the other parties to the
suit. Mr. Rathmann says that his
father, mother and the three children
contributed to the accumulation of the
estate, the father being engaged for
vears in the butcher business in Le
Mr. Rathmann states that his fath
er's will was probated in the district
court and the administration thereon
closed in April, 1S'J7, and the specilic
legacy of $3,000 each to the sous was
paid ami the rest of the estate was
taken by the mother, Caroline Rath
uaiun. He claims the amount of the
estate received bv her was at least
$'J5.00C, and that at least $00,000 of
it was in personal property consisting
ol notes secured by real estate mort-
gages, ami mat mis compnsea suu-i
I 1 1
bianiiany au the property wmencaro-
mo uamwduu unucu onci uci iiua-
. n n l.ktifMn An.. apah fr s-v tvimi I
Tl" RutKmnnn coi-e tk.f .t tlio t!m
he transferred 3. 000 to his mother I
she owned more than $20,000 worth of
romissory notes secured bvreales-l
tate mortras?es. On S?pt. 21.1900.
he claims that she executed an instru-I
mcnt whereby for the consideration of J
$1 and natural love aud affection, she
transferred to his brothers Waltimore
and Robert Rathmann certain mort.
gages, the actual value sf which',
without interest, was $95,130,000.
The plaintiff claims one-third of his
mother s property and asks the court
to establish his rights accordingly
The fleorgla shower i a peculiar one, and i
Roinciluies a single day has a score ot t'em.
It ij on you before you know it. For a few
moments the litAuoing flashes, the thunder
rolls and the rain falls, ad it is apt to cease as
suddenly. Out comes the sun again as umllln?
and serene as though no great damage had
been done to the crops. Tneie Is something
else that comes on one unawares, and that is
dyspepsia. Many people have suffered years
from this complaint, because they have al
lowed indigestion, constipation and bilious
ness to become chronic. Ilostetter's Stomach
inters should be taken at the nrst sign ol in
digestion. It will strengthen your stomach
and produce sound sleep, and good health
must naturally follow.
It Heals tlrtj Lanes.
When suffering from a
cough, take a dose of Foley s Honey
and lar. lhe soreness will be re
lieved and a warm, grateful feeling
and healing of the parts affected will
be experienced, tor sale by all drug
gists. Ladles Can. Wear Shoes
One size smaller after using Allen's
root-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the shoes. It makes tight or new
hoes feel easy; gives instant relief to
corns and bunions. It a the greatest
comfort discovery of the age. Cures
and prevents swollen feet, blisters,
callus and sore spots. Allen's Foot-
Eae is -a certain cure for sweating.
hot aching feet. At all druggists and
hoe stores. 25 cents. Trial package
free by mail. Address Allen S. Olm-
led, LeRov. N. Y.
It is exasperating to one who has
used Foley's Honey andTar and knows
what it will do. to have a dealer rec
ommend something else as "just the
same ' or "last as good." .There is
nothing "just as good" Tor colds,
coughs, croup, lagrippe, etc. For
sale by all druggists.
o ux. t o xc x y m
In Ixi Hat k -xin
ALTGELD TO BE HERE
Ex-Governor of Illinois to Speak in
Rock Island Next Wednes
DEMOCRATS' TO HAVE BIG RALLY
Some Changesin Saturday's Pro-
gram--Meeting in First
The democratic county central com
mittee has been notified that l'.x-(!or.
John P. Altereld will be here next
Wednesday eveninsr. Oct. 31. The
fac.t was communicated to the Bryan
and Stevenson Anti-Imperialistic club
at its special meeting last night by T.
J. Medill, chairman of the county
executive committee, who received a
messaire to that effect from the state
central committee yesterday. Accord-
ingly, the club decided to withdraw
its invitations to outside clubs to be
here Saturday night and ask them in-
stead to come ednesday night, pre
pared to participate in a
The Saturday night meeting has
not been abandoned, but the original
V. ALTGELU. ,
Lincoln program mapped out lor tnelonti k!3 w;fe 44
club will be held at the quarters with
a gocd program of speeches by local
An invitation to attend a meeting at
Coal Valley next Thursday niht. Nov.
1, was accepted.
Toulgtit's Fine KalMne
It was suggested that since there
are only a few more turnouts to be
made, all members of the club, wheth
er of the marching corps or not. be
called upon to appear on those occa
sions. Accordingly, the entire club
is invited to meet at the headquarters
at 7:.50 this evening to participate in
the lla raising at Third avenue and
Sixth street. S. R. Kenworthy and
others will speak.
The line of march for tonight will
be as follows: Form at 7:30 at Brvan
club quarters on Third avenue, move
north on beventeenlh street to becond
euue. eSt luoiAireum btreei . uuiu
i - -
I II f 1111 rl r 1 M Vim ITU Uf. Ill Villi 'I
fitVoct Hurl !i 1 1 rinnl niranlifl waot t n
Fifth St.mpt. whprn thf tlmr Will llfi
raised. Bleuer's band and the drum
corps will be in the procession
aiic boe ip
The Iowa supreme court has af-
firmed Judge Bollinger in the case of
the state vs. Alice Williams, carried
up by Attorney Chamberlain on behalf
of the defendant. Alice will be re
membered as one of the duskv dam
sels who were making a good living
in Davenport some time ago by rob-
bing white men whom they had cap
tivated by their alluring graces.
Judge Bollinger gave her two years at
hard labor at Anamosa, and an appeal
wa3 taken on the grounds of lnsnlli-
ciency of evidence and that certain
exhibits were not attached to the in
Oct. 23 J. P. A. J. DeSoland
Henry Johnson, part lots 1 and
block 9, White's add.. Moline, $1.
Gilbert O. Churchill to Wilburn Bar-
nett, lot 8, William Dickson's add.,
David Cramer to C. G. Dack, part
lot 1, block It, old town of Rock Isl
Charles R. Stephens to Adolph Ho-
kinspn, indefinite tract citv of Moline,
Job Couldn't nave Stood It
If he had itching piles. They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen a
Arnica Salve will cure the worst case
of piles on earth. It has cured thous
ands. Jtor injuries, pains, or ooauy
eruptions it's the best salve in the
world, l'rice 'o cents a box. cure
guaranteed. Sold bv Hartz & Ulle-
Goshen, 111., Genesee Pure Food
company, Le uoy, ;s. x. Dear &irs:
Some days eince a package of your i
Gram-O preparation was left at my
office. I took it home and gave it a
trial, and 1 have to say I was very
much pleased with it as a substitute
for coffee. We have always used the
best Java and Mocha in our family
but I am free to say I like the Grain-O
as well as the best co Heel ever drank.
A. U. JACKSON, AI. U.
The editor of the Fordville, Ky.,
Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript
to a business letter: "I was cured of
kidney trouble by taking Foley's Kid
ney Cure." For sale by all druggists.
Subscribe for Thb Axqvb.
WOMAN TRIES TO PASS ,
MANY FORGED NOTES.
Mrs. William Osborne, of Tampico,
has done a remarkable thing. She
went to Sterling with a lot of notes
varying in amount from $." to $SO0,
and aggregating $2, 636.10. which
notes she offered for sale, saying that
they were given inpayment for stock,
grain and machinery at a farm auc
tion. She offered them to Herbert
Tuttle, who was amazed to find that
they were not only all made out in
the same writing, but that the signa
tures of the various signers were evi
dently all written by the same hand
that tilled out the notes. He detained
heron some pretext, while he sent
out for T. Frank, whom he obseFved
down the street, and whose name ap
peared on a not3 for $316.10. When
Frank was shown the note he at once
disclaimed all knowledge of it. 5(1 rs
Osborne was arrested at once, and
taken to the county jail in Morrison
She has a babe 6 months old. She
nays that her husband died last June
?inl that she was appointed almnis
tratnx of the estate.
lhe following have been issne
tinal naturalization papers in the
county court since Oct. 16: From
.Sweden, lcaniler Johnson, Even
Emanuel Lunborg, Johan Johnson
Peter August Palen, Carl M. Carlson,
Harold Julius Youngberg, Peter Peter
son, Carl johan rel, 1'eter Iind
blom, Christ Berjstrom, J. E. Lund
holm, Peter Jansen Gustaf A. Eng-
strom, Louis Scherley. Gottfrid Berg
vrom Denmark, .les 1'eter 1'eterson
Ogie Jensen. From Switzerland
Judge Adams will open the county
court tomorrow and Saturday even
ings for the purDose of issuing:
Beotors llave the Uent.
Henry Bestor, ol Osco, bested
people at the Peoria corn fair.
took second premium fcr best 20 ears
of yellow corn, for which he got
half year pass for himself and wife
from Oico to Peoria, over the R. I. &
P. For the same collection he received
$5 cash, $5 worth of shoes, a year's
subscription to two farmer s papers
His wife exhibited 6 ears for which she
secured $' cash, and $5 in millinery
Bestor competed with 25 exhibitors,
It Happened In a Drue Store.
"One day last week a lady came to
my drug store and asked for a bram
of cough medicine that I did not have
in stock," says C. R. (Jrandin. the
popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y
'She was disappointed and wanted to
know what cough preparation I could
recommend. 1 said to her that .
could freely recommend Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy, and that she
could take a bottle of the remedy and
after giving it a fair trial if she did
not liud it worth the money to bring
buck the bottle and I would refund the
price paid. In the course of a day or
two the lady came back in company
with a friend in need of a cough med
icine and advised her to buy a bottle
of (Jhamberlain's Oough Remedy,
consider that a very good recommen
1 jation for tLe remedy.'" The remedy
Qwes u eat popularity aml exte.
I sivfl srvlfl in a. artre lnpnsnrn tr the
I . .
who have been cured by its use.
is for sale by an druggists.
Notice to Contractors.
Seulcd proDOsals will be received by th'
board of trustees ot the Western Illinois state
Normal school at tuo omee of the president.
in Koek Island. 111.. UD to the hour of J
o clock p. ui.. sharp, on Monday, Oct. liM'.
tor an ot tue worn emirac:a in contract fur
foundations of the buildinir of the Western
State Normal'school near the city of Macomb,
in McOonout-'h county, Illinois, the above worU
to be In accordance with the plans and speci
fications prepared by Kobert Bruce Watson.
supervising architect of the slate of Illinois,
suite IHo-J. Fisher building. Chicago, III., which
plans and specifications may be obtained at
the office of-the architect or of lresidetit C
J. Searle, of Kdclt Island. III., or of II. M.
Chiperneld. secretary of the board. of Cantoa.
111., on or after Monday. Oct. i;. l'.ioo.
Contractors desiring to Uirure on this work
shall deposit with the architect, or the person
of whom he gets plans, the sum of t .'.i, which
amount will be receipted for uDd returned to
them up"n the return In good order of all the
plans aud specifications taken.
I'roposals must lie maae on the regular
primed form as may be obtained with plans,
and mutt be enclosed in an envelope furcished
for the purpose, hich must be sealed, in-
do'sed and addressed to C J. Searle. president
board of tr ustees, western fa late Normal
s. hool, Kock Inland. I1L
All proposals of every kind must be accom
panied by a deposit equal to o per cent of the
largest an.ount f bkl. and must be in the form
of cash or certided check drawn upon some
banking institution of good standing, d v.ug bus
iness la the state cr Illinois and must be made
payable to the president of the board.
iso proposals will be received after the hour
specified in UiU notice, at which tlrr.e the
board of trustees and the architect will meet
for the opening of bids and the consideration t
of the same. f
The right W reserved to accept or riectacv
or u proposals suoitlixa.
ine fountain wa is and footing cou'ses, ex
cept the bottom course. a-e tj be constructed
of rubble stone, and dgures are waned based
on the use of Joliet. XspervlUe and Quincy
lime stone, and MaoomD band b'.one .for all of
The board of trustees of the Illinois West
ern State formal School is composed of the
C J. bearle president. Kock Island, 111.
IS. M. Chiperneld secretary, Canton, 111.
J -J McLallen. Aurora, 111.
I. H. South wick. Mora. I.L
S. H. Kobi'son, Hloom.ngton. Ill
Alfred '!..is. ei-ofheio. Springfield. 111.
The ouard of trustees will make their award
or reject any or all proposals on or before he
toirty-iirst ay or uciober. and the bid
der to whom the contract Is awarded will be
required to execute the contract and bond on
or before the third day of November. Pjuii.
and in the event of bis failure or refusal to
execute sid cantract and bond within the
time specified, the deposit shall be subject ta
forfeiture nd retention by the board of tn.
te as Ho lidatel uamages. The deposits of
all bidder will be returned to them on or be
fore tie tint day of Novemner. 1').
Board of Trustees Vuern IllinoisState Nor-
t mat. by B. M. Chiperneni. Secretary.
canton. 111.. Oct. 19. il.
The manufacturers of Banner Salve
have authorized the undersigned to
guarantee it for burns. cut3, sores.
ulcers, tetter, eczema and all ekin dis
eases, lonr money back 11 it uoesn t
do all it claims. For sale by all drug
C3 A "X" 0 rt
Bears ti j9 T33h3M?)rS 33
The Autocrat Shoe
$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00.
Vici Kid, Box Calf, Velours' Calf, Enamel aad
Patent Leather. Late and up-to-date styles.
Central Shoo Store, 1712 Second Avenue.
MITCHELL & LYNDE BLOCK,
.t09 Ninth street, iix roams ?1.1V
1018 Fifth avenues. x rooim... 1.000
230 Thlrteentn street, nine room a.000
Twelfth street. Sjuth Kock Island, oppo-
brick yard, five rooms 1,103
Fair grounds, South Rock Island, four
521 Thiry-elghia street, modern improve
ments, six room s 500
Fortieth street and Sixth avenue, mod
ern 'mp.-ovements 2.S0O
Seventh avenue und Forty-tlftn street,
nine rooms 3,009
P32 Forty-second streu five rooms 1,150
rjguteentn avenue and Forty-fourth
street, seven rooms, large crounds
Other houses for sale in Rock
building lots in Lynde's addition, Edgewood Park, Columbia Park, Guyer's
Addition and College" Heights.
YOU CAM HARDLY MISS IT IT YOU GO
Rock ballast, heavy steel, modern locomotives, H.vk
signals and electric headihts, vestibuled trams, last t inie,
convenient schedules, Observation, Cafe and Parlor Cars.
I ra -inroom Sleepers, Tree Reclining Chairs and I 'a lace
I )av Coaches yun jvf all 1he.se v. hen yon travel via the
tik'in ii Crescent Route.
t.h:itt.ni;,ny.i, Atlanf.'i, r.iriiiin;lum, Asln--villc,
New Origins, :nksfiivilif, M. Au:;ii:.
tifii', T;:mpa ;md Mi.nni.
Write to V. A. I?ockK-r, N. I. A., 1 1 3 A Jams S!
Chicago, for lr.-e books, maps and information.
Af! W. J. MURPHY, crtRL VANAam.
WE CURE WHEN
Nervous and Prlvata
of Both Sexes.
Oar Qeetrte Maobine for
toe treatment of Nervous
ad X-Ky work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.eusness, Threatfcnod Insaa-
ny, eaK Memory, Mental ueiuuions, or any
CATAK1UI, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheamatlsm, Scrofula, Blood, Kidnoy, Llvei
ana sKin uiseases can no quicmy ana permanently curea Dy our aavancea system 01 meat
VAlilCOCELE is the most active canse of Nervous Debility. Why treat
montns wun otoers woen we Ruaraateo you a
metbods. H vdroeele cured In three davit no
WOIMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their Bex should consult ug. Wa
nave cured many cases ifivcn upas Hopeless, ana we may be able to cure you. Hurijloal
oneratiODs DTformwl at your home It oonlred. Abdominal and brain airuarv a nneelaltv.
THE QUESTION OF YOUU HEALTH
anora to place your case in toe nanas or tnose wno bare bad little or do practical exper
ience In the treatment of chronic diseaHes.
DR. WALSH'S lare private practice
cmei or ai. Aniaony s uorpnai topeiner with tae fact tnat be baa curea bunareas who
were pronounced incurable by others during tne live years he taatt beea located In Daven
port, proves conclusively that be Is the physician you should consult If you want to set
Best of reference and credential!
Curable Cases Taken, w you cannot can wriu.
Hundreds cured by mail.
Hoars, 0 to IS a. nu, S to 5 and 7 to 8 p. no. Sunday 11:30 to l:SO p. so.
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullough Building, Davenport, la.
Vienna Ladies9 Tailor,
JOHN PESH, Over 1812 Second" Avenue.
Fine Ladies Tailor made garments at fair Prices.
Also furrier expert. Call and consult him.
A! DIITQQ Fourths Avenuo and
U. . niCOO, y 3 Twenty-third Street
ROCX iS LAND.
Thirteenth avenue and Thirty-eighth
street, twelve room, modem improve
ments 1137 Thirty-eighth street, brick, four
114(4 Thirty- ighth street, tl e rooms
1112 Thirty-seventh street, four rooms....
112i Thirty-seventh sf rt't svri room'..
12JS Thirtv-sixih lr-et five rooms
1311 Thirty-sixth street, five room
1303 Thirtieth street live room, paving..
2130 Thirteenth avenue, nin rooms
3132 Ninth avenue, four room
Forty-third street and Ninth avenue
(F.dgewood park) seven rooms, modern
2 f 0
Island and Mo ine on easiest terms. Choice
VIA TH C QUCEN a CRESCENT ROUTE.
fi..m CifKinn.iti t'
W. C. HINEAK30N, ctn. PAir.oR. AcrxT,
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly or Ohloaifo, Ba-Burifeon-ln-Chief
Anthony s houpit!.
otner condition auc to nervous exhaustion
permanent oure in sere a aajsoy our psiniss
is a vital one therefore you nannot
and extensive experience as surgeon-ln-
And not work wear a man oat. Male
yourself master and not a victim o
the situation by taking an effective,
tonic like our "malt and hop tonic,
which will restore the nerves and
strengthen the system. Medical men
have only praise for o ir standard prep.,
arations. Leading practitioners at
tribute part of their success to the pre.
vious use of these remedies by pa
.tiects. One dozen $1.75.