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THE AKaTJB. FftfDA JUNE HI. 1901.
Two Good Things.
At $1.50 and
307 Twentieth Street
OPEN EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
Originators. Designers and Builders of Shoes,
and sellers of Sbocu and satisfaction.
7Y STYLE FOR
Straw hats will bo mo'ro pop
olar than ever this jcar.
All well dressed men will
wear them, and we have just
the one for too. High or
Low CrowD, Broad 01 Nar
row Brini, Smooth or Rough
Straw, yon choose the bat,
we guarantee its quality.
1714 Second Avenue.
Just ifie Tiling
For nj fanction whether
formal or modest, you'll find
Math's Ice Cream just the
thing. It is a delicate bit
for refreshment, elegant
enough to bo used on the
greatest occasion and 70a 'can
afford it for little home par
ties. Let as have an order.
Our Ice Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Pure and De
licious. Trj oar Yankee and Sultana
roll. It's a winner. Don't -forget
that we aro leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectioner
tarns oat. Physicians rec
ommend oar whole wheat
bread for the sick, why won't
it be good for the healthy?
It is made by as only
from the Purina Health Floor.
Yours for blga grade,
FranR J. Math.
Formerly Krell & Math.
Phne 1166. Hlo-171" Secozi Are.
FOR LABOR'S PICNIC
Arrangements Begun for Big
Demonstration in This City
suEEouNDnra towhs participate
Clinton, Fulton and Lyons
Assurance of a Large
In the rotation of the annual Libor
div picnic between the three cities of
Rock Island, Moline and Davenport
it falls to the lot of this city , to pro-
pare for the affair of next September.
Accordingly, at a meeting if the
Rock Inland Industrial Home associ
ation held at the home building last
evening, the preliminary steps were
taken that will make this year's pic
nic under tho auspices ot that onrau-
ization the biggest xf the kind ever
held in theso parts.
The particular feature it is pro
posed to introduce will be the inviting
01 labor organizations from surround
ing towns to participate. The strong'
est of the neigLboring labor bodies is
the labor congress 01 canton, rollon,
and Lyons, which, on account of tho
convenience of river transportation.
can be counted upon for the largest
delegation. Assuracces have already
been received from this body that
the invitation will be accepted.
To Select Vocation.
At last night's meeting a committee
on grounds composed of J. (J. Beatty,
Peter Nelson and John Back was
named to look over the various groves
adjacent to the city and to report at
another meeting next Wednesday
evening. Labor day thisyear falls on
SMALLPOX HAS BROKEN
OUT ANEW IN DAVENPORT.
Just when it seemed the smallpox
in Daveoport was about at an end
with all jiatients recovered and dis
charged from quarantine, the report
rame from Dr. Roes yesterday that
Rudolph Karstcns, a 12 year-old-boy,
living with is parents at 1635 West
rourtn street, bad developed tbe dis
ease. Dr. Preston, the city physi
cian, reported the case and confirmed
Dr. Boes' diagnosis. In the afternoon
Health (Juicer High put up cards ou
the bouso and quarantine! the prom
ises. Several other cases reported
yesterday are under observation and
will likely be quarantined todav.
They are located on West Eight n
TRUSTEES FROM HERE
Rev. J. Wellington Frizielle has re
turned from the commencement ex
ercises of bis alma mater, th t North
western university, of which institu
tion he Is also a trustee. J.
Robinson, of this city, was also elected
a trustee of the university at the
meeting this week.
Call at any drug store and get
fr?o sampleof Chamlcrlain's Stomach
and Liver lablets. I bey are an ele
gant physic. They also improve the
appetite, strengthen the uigcbtio
and regulate the liver and bowels
Tbey are easy to take and pleasant in
You may as well expect to ran
steam engine without water as to find
an active, energetic man with a tor
pid liver, and you may know that hi
liver is torpid when he does not rel
ish hid food or feels dull and languid
after eating, often has headache and
sometimes dizziness. A few doaes of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will restore his liver to its
normal functions, renew his vitality.
improve bis digestion and make him
feel like a new man. Price 25 cents.
Samples free at any drug store.
We Have the Finest Line
Ice Cream Freezers,
Of All Kinds Which We will Sell
at Very Low Prices.
319-321 Twentieth Street.
D., I. &. E. RIGHT OF WAY:
NEW ROAD HEARD FROM.
Engineer Wilson, of the proposed
Des Moines. Iowa City & Eastern rail
way, will open headquarters on the
fifth floor of the Youogerman block
today, and with a corps of assistants
will begin preparing specifications for
bids on the sections of the road al
ready surveyed. It will probably re
quire a month to complete these
Some more work will bo done along
the proposed route in tho way of
raaxing new surveys during tbe time
but the greater part of the efforts of
the engineers will be devoted to com
pleting tbe specifications. A meeting
of tho board of directors will be held
in this city Thursday, at which
number of important matters will
come np for discussion. The meaas
to be taken to secure the right o
way will bo decided on and arrange
ments will be made to put agents in
the field. No meeting ot the board
has been hold for some weeks, and
large amouutof business has accumu
lated in the meanwhile. The ques'
tion of whether or not the line will.be
run to Iowa City will also be decided.
Officials of the road declare that it
will cost an immense amount of
money to gain entrance to that place
and that whatever the city pays it
will be a great expense to the road
which would be eliminated if Iowa
City is left out Des Moines Regis
LIBRARY CONTRACT IS LET.
Northern BallUlos; Company
At a special meeting of tho board of
the Davenport library trustees yes
terday afternoon the contract for the
erection ot tbe Carncgio building at
the southeast corner of Main and
Fourth streets was let to the North
em Buildiog company, which was tbe
lowest bidder. 1 s bgure on tbe com
plete structure, without book stacks
and other library furniture, was $67.
269. while that of W. M Crilley. of
Chicago, was $70,460. The $67,26'J
vbich will bo thus expended does not
nclude architect's fees, and tbe bosrd
estimates the total cost, including
these, book stack and other furni
ture, will be nearly $75 000, the
amount available through the gener
osity of Mr. Carnegie.
FAMILIAR SCENES ARE
PICTURED IN "THE CRISIS."
Rock Island, Jane 21. Editor Ak-
ucs: Among tbe books received
at the publio library I notice
written by Win
of St. Ijou'is. Mr.
Churchill daring tbe civil war
regular correspondent for one of tho
London papers. I have read this
work and it Is Intensely interestin
It is,iatendod to depict tbe meeting
of diverse and conflicting elements in
this ancient city. Tbe southern and
the Yaukee elements are to be found
and tho prominence the Germans took
in the great contest is emphasized.
To me it is doublv interesting bo.
cause I resided in St. Iouis from 1863
to 166. and was often there when the
civil war first commenced. It opens
wivb tbe debate between Abraoam
Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas at
Freeport. I heard that celebrated de
bate. One of the characters. Stephen
Brice. a young lawyer of Boston, is
cnt thero by tho old jndge. an intonso
Union msn. to sco Mr. Lincoln. I
was in St Ixuis the next day after
the brave Gen. Lyon surrounded
Camp Jackson, and with a few regular
troops and the volunteer German
forces broko up the treasonable path
ering, taking them prisoners. They
were paroled, most of them taking the
oath of allegiance. There was one
jouog St. Loulsan who would not
take the oath or get his parole and
be was sent down to tbo arsenal.
Gen. Lvon, learning that the young
man's friends were taking steps to
have him released, sent him across
tbe river to the 12ih regiment of Illi
nois volunteers, under uoi. moat-
thur. Tbe regiment was encamped
at the base ot the bluff about ten
miles from St. Louis. One company
of this regiment was enlisted in ua
Iena and vicinity.
Some funds were raised by the
Galenans to buy rubbsr blankets for
the soldier boys and some other sup
nlies and luxuries. I bought the ma-
tertal lor tbe ruooer oianaeioi iapt
U. S. Grant, who at that time was
employed as a cletk in his father's
store. I went down with these sap
plies to see tbe soldier boys.
I loana in is young prisoner at toe
camp strutting around with a lieuten
aat's soldier strap and messing with
tbe officers. He stayed there some
davs and was finally exchanged. The
12th was p:aced there to watch tbo
movements in St. Louis.
I -stopped there three or four days.
Going over to St. Louis 1 found some
of ray secession friends cursing the
Germans. Abraham Lincoln, W. T.
Sherman and Fremont, with his
foreign staff, figure in the
book. The whole story may be
called realistio and is a true and
faithful picture of events occurriog
daring the civil war, not only in Mis
souri but In other fields. It brings
to my mind in a vivid light the many
scenes occurring in the civil war
with which 1 was familiar. There is
love story in the book. Vir
ginia Carvel, a bright southern girl,
and Stephen Bryce are the charac
ters. S. W. McU ASTER.
E'zema, salt rheum, tetter, chaf-
ug, ivy poisoning and all skin tor
tures are quickly cured by DeWitt's
Witch Haxel alve. The certain rue
cure. li. U. ttieber and liartz ss uue-
BALL TEAM CHANGES
Be Made by Manager Sage
Before His Return From
ED SMITH HAS BEEN BELEASED
Club to Be StrengthenedPlay-
insr in Decatur-Two Games
lost. Per Ct
Cedar Rapids 8 21 M
JllooniliiKboa 41 24 I'
Davenport 41 22 It
Terra tiaute 40 21 lt
Decatur S 3D 1
Rook ford 3 l 1
Rock Inland - 41 -"0 21
KvausTtlie 3 8 31
CI AMES TODAY.
Rock Island at Docatur.
Rockford at Bloomington.
Davenport at Evanaville.
Cedar Rapids at Torre Haute.
Before his departure for Decatur
this morning Manager Harry Sage in-
timat d that he btd in contemplation
several changes for the betterment of
the Rock Island baseball team. There
Is reason to believe there will be some
btrange faces under the red bonnets
when tho club returns from its trip
July 7. as Sago has his lines out
strong for faster players.
The team left at 6:10 this morning
over the itock Island at l'eoria. tec
rotary Lou Eddy went along. The
playois taken are: Zink lb. Rotter-
mel Zb, llov o ), Middleton ss, late
If. Poor cf. Hughes rf. Arthur c, and
Milton, Kran. and Jarvis, pitchers.
Smith was released and Miller was
left at home, to le tent for in case
either of tbe three other twirlers
Smith has baen unablo to get his
arm in condition and nas oeen earn
ing his nalary by playing in the Held.
la tbe latter position be has given
satisfaction, but has not been effec
tive with tbe bat. However, Smith
has a trreat many admirers here, all
of whom will wish him well.
Jarrla Bars He Can IMtah.
Jarvis has not taken part in a game
since he wa injured here while a
member of tho Terre Haute aggre
tion. Ho was given tbe choice of re
maining at home wittout salary or
iroing on the trip and pitching in his
turn, and he chose tbe latter. He
saisheis satisfied his hurt will not
bother him any moro this season.
Jarvis is said to bo a clever pitcher
and all around roliablo and beady
Hopkins is situ using crutencs ana
it is doubtful if be will get in shape
again this season, although all patron
hone that the contrary will prove to
be the cise. as Hopkins' absence from
tbe game has been severely felt on
more than one occasion since he was
Rick I-tland is playing this after
noon at Decatur.
Cedar Rapids bunched bits and won
tho came easily, JJecnlur having a
close call for a shut-out: Score:
Decatnr 00000000 11
Cedar Rapids. 2 0000 3 00 06
Bitteries G'bson and Weaver,
Swalm and Rollins; hits Cedar Rip
ids o, Decatur 5; errors Cedar Rap
Ids 0. Dec itur 3.
The locals lost on errors by McCaf
Bloomlncrton. . .1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 36
Davenport 0 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 8
Batteries McCfforty, McGreevy
and Belt; Weihrauch and Ever: hits
Bloomington 7, Davenport 12; errors
Bloomiogton 2. Dvenport 0.
Tn Oama la Oenaral.
I hicnso. June 21. League rpconln
on the diamond yeslrd;iv were lis fol
lows: At Brooklyn Cincinnnti 1,
Hrooklyn nt Itoston riiicniro r. Bos
ton 0; (second camel Chlcucnn, Boston
2: at New York Plttsbure 7. New
York 0: nt Philadelphia St. Louis 5.
Philadelphia 6; (second game) St. Ixuils
4, I'Dlladelplila 2.
American I.encuo: At Pbladelphia
Cleveland ti, Philadelphia 4; at Bal
timore Milwaukee 2. Baltimore 7: at
Boston Thloajto Boston 4: at Wash
Inpton lotrolr 7. Washington S.
Western Association: At Louisville
Marlon 4 Louisville O; nt India nap
oils Toledo 2, Indianapolis 2 (nine iu
nlnjrs. darknesst; at Fort Wayne Co
lumbus 0, Tort Wayne 4; at Dayton
KEAL BASEBALL PROMISED.
Darts and Davenport Wnolaaalara Meet at
I b Park Tomorrow.
This city is promised an exhibition
of real baseball at tbe Twelfth street
park tomorrow at 4 p. m., when the
wholesalers' aggregation from Daven-
porl comes to this city for a return
game with tbe team from Henry
Dart's Sons'. It will be recalled that
when tbe boys from this Bide went to
Davenport several weeks ago tbey
met the softest snap tbat ever fell to
the lot of a ball team, and the score
after seven innings ot go-as-you-
please was 21 to '& and Davenport
begged for mercy, blnre tbat occa
sion it is learned on reliable author
ity that the wholesalers over tbe
water have hired no new men unless
they have been able to show a batting
average of over .300 In a good profes
sional league. In fact it is even said
they almost ruined tbe prospects of
tbe city in the lhree-i league for a
time coaxing away the best men.
rhis is tbe sort of a team that is
coming to this side tomorrow for a
wholesale slaughter of tbe locals.
The latter are undaunted, however,
and will go into the fray with tbe
same front as before. Dart's lineup:
J. Q Paddock p. W. P. Griffin c. I J.
Home lb. E. Thorns 2b. Sam Dart ss,
C. Marahall 3b. N. Wllhlte rf. A. D.
Welch cf, L. M. Titterington If. J. W.
Zjok and E. Spencer on the bench.
MRS. ROBINSON WINNER
OF THIRD GOLF MATCH
The third preliminary golf match
for the women's handicap cup was
played yesterday afternoon at the
Rock Island arsenal links. Miss Eli
zabeth Nott, with a gross 65, carried
off the medal and Mrs. D. T. Robin
inson pleased her many friends by
making a net 51, which holds the cup.
Mrs. n. T. Robinson 71
Miss Kllzabcih liarnard. . ....
Mrs. VV. S. I'circe Ot
MIhs ISIuut M
Miss Kli.atieib Nott tw
Miss lulna L Ullinan K
Mrs J. K. f.ardner fcj
MwiAda IJurham -6
Mra. WilJiaQM 84
Mrs J. K Ho:lovrtu.sh 88
Mlsa Abbott tftf
Mrs. C. l. t-klnner 70
Miss Chambers r,7
Mrs. C. A. Barnard S3 IS
Ml-a Kuborn S3 14
Mis Julia Hvan M IK
Mlsi FranoRS Klser 01 18
Mrs R. 11. Floke 77
Mm Harry A ins worth 21
Mrs. V. U Allen Vi Irt
Mian Klser '05 18
Noa coiDDetltor. bavin? previously won the
naDUicap cup lbi year
BUSINESS MEN HAVE
ANOTHER RUN AWHEEL
The bicyclo run of the business
men's class of the Y. M. C. A. last
evening was a pronounced success,
17 members taking part and tho con
ditions being ideal. The first section
of nine riders left for tbe objective
point, tbe home of Charles Kyte.
southwest of Milan, at 5 o'clock and
went by way of the Moline bridge.
it. anaenourg collided witn a
horse and rig in South Moline and his
wheel was run over, but both wheel
and rider came off uninjured. Sev
eral punctures delayed tho party
somewhat and all had excellent appe
tites, out previous tablo records were
not lowered. W. B. Mclutyre dis
appeared immediately after supper
and nas not been beard Irom since.
BOOK HOUSE AGENT IS
BUSY INTHE ELECTION.
Despite all that has been said the
milicg sgent of tbe book house is
still on hand taking as much
interest in the school election as the
the book agent has dipped into
school elections in Rock Island before.
much to the disgust of the voters of I
the citv. Tho book houses should be
made to keep their hands out of a
quoilion that is so close t) the hearts
i f the poo i I . Let them atrain be re
minded that they are not wanted here!
Tb.9 daruato case of Mary Cass
against the Tri-City Railway com-
p iny went to tue jury tbis afternoon
and another damage case was taken
up. William a. Jickson, wbo lost a
couple of tiogers in a fodder shredder
belonging to M. T. Johnson, of Black
Hawk, is feuiog for t5.0f)0. He al
leges carelessness on the part of the
Following is the trial list arranged
for next week:
Monday Jackson vs. Johnson, Bi-
Z ui vs. Moline Obannel ice com
pany. tJberlander vs i'eterson
lueadav Hanes vs Mvbtio or-
t, Jordan vs tluesing, v uson vs.
Kepple Button company, Urman vs.
Lewii Ro liag company.
Wednesday Wolf vs. Ellis. Mo-
Kiunie vs. Tri-City Packing companv,
ololaoder vs. City of Moline.
Thursday Keelev vs. C . R I. & F.
Kailway company, Cralle vs. Ament.
Whiteside vs. Countv of Rock Itland,
The court took under advisement
t le case of Morris & Lewis vs. the
National Gas Machine company.
Goorge II. Johnston has returned
from Chicago, where he has been for
a procuring material for the
cor ction of tbe Illinois theatre.
TbeVdal for the sale of the building
to be erected on the 20 feet adjoin
ing on tbe east rf tbe playhouse, as
heretofore referred to, will probably
be consummated in tbe next few days.
Woman Miaul of.
Mrs. John Lawrence, of Muscatine,
is missing, and there are fears that
she has committed suicide, as she
had been in a despondent frame of
mild for several davM before tho time
she was last seen. She is described
a weighing 175 pounds, though only
a little over ne loet tall: blue eyed.
and aoont ao years or s?o. bag wore
a heavy green skirt, a gray worsted
waist, and a white sailor hat.
Miss Esther Madsen, of the elocu
tionary department of Angustaua col
lege, won a gold medal Wednesday
eveniog in a contest at Joy, 111. This
is the third medal she bas won this
year. Bliss iviadsen lives at Kenolds.
Saturday, Jan S3.
Ladies1 patent kid shoes, all new,
up-to-date stvles (broken lots) to
close ont at $2.48 tomorrow have
been 13 and f 3.50. Also two lines of
patent leathers to close at $1.98
ne west shapes. (Saturday only.)
i he Huston.
Kindles anew the fires of youth, bl-
ances up the joys and sorrows of life.
It s vain and foolish not to use Rocky
Mountain Tea, made by Madison Med
icine company. 35 cents. T. H.
Hot Weather is Coming.
IF YOU WANT TO KEEP COOL YOU SHOULD WEAR
The Oxfora for men to wear is
are up-to-date, good wearers
make you forget your feet.
Central Shoe Store,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel.
Palestine Clover Perfume
HARTZ S ULLEMEYER,
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS
Go to Chicago via
Train No. 6 leaves Rock Island at 4:12
p. m., reaching Chicago at 8:30 p. m.
Tbe favorite line to Buffalo and the
Fdn-Anierioan exposition is the Bur
lmsrtoo. Reduced rate tickets are
now on sale.
Train JNo b on tbe Burlington is
one of tbe finest and fastest trains run
ning into Chicago.
Low rare" to Hot Springs, Dead
wood and Lead City, S. D., and re
turn via C, R I. & P. railway.
San Francisco. Cal., Portland, Ore
gon, lacoma and Seattle, Wash., and
return for 18 via C, R. I. & P. rail
way July G to and including July 13.
Don't forget that the Burlington
No. 6 leaving Rock Island at 4:12 p.
m., carries a dining car operated on
the Furopcan plan from Mcndota to
For convenience and solid comfort
take the Burlington No. 6 at 4:12 p.
m., connects with all lines running out
of Chicngo for the cast.
Call on ticket agent C, R I & P.
railway for very low rates to St. Paul,
Minneapolis and Duluth and return
in Jnne and July.
Beaumont oil fields. Low rates,
direct line, excellent train service via
Queen & Crescent route. W. C.
Rinearson. U. P. P.. Cincinnati, Ohio.
$28 25 to Denver, Colorado Springs,
or Pueblo, and return June 18 to July
1; $24 25 July 1 to and including July
9. Return limit on all tickets Oct.
31. Call on ticket agent C , R. I. & P.
railway for full information.
The Rocky Mountain limited will
make its first trip west on June 16.
Leaving time will be 5:20 p. m., ar
riving at Colorado Spriugs at 4:30
aud Denver 4:45 the next afternoon.
Through sleepers and chair car.
$17.95 and $19 45 for round trip
tickets to Buffalo. N. Y., good for 10
ilavs; $22 60 and $24 60 for 15-day
tickets and $28.95 and $30.20 for 30-
day tickets via the C, R I. & P. rail
way. Eight through trains daily for
Chicago, making connections at that
point with all eastern lines.
The Svea'male chorus, of Moline
will give an excursion to Milwaukee
via the C, M. & St. P. railway, leav
ing Reck Island at 10:30 p. m., June
arriving at Milwaukee at b a. m..
June 30. Returning will leave Mil
waukee at 10:30 p. m,. and arrive at
Rock Island at 5:30 Monday mornisg.
Tbe fare for tbe round trip -t 111 be
$2 60. .
Tbe Bnrlington route, C, B. 3fc Q.
railroad company, will have on sale
our Black Vici Kid Welt Sol. They
and comfortable. Well, they just
1712 Second Avenue
The inoBt fearful looking things are
often quite harmless and you need
not worry if financial troubles con
front you. You may be sure you can
get what you want here and have
little causo for alarm at the reason
able rate which wo charge you. Wo
advanco money on furniture, pianos,
horses, wagons, live stock and other
personal property. There is no de
lay, publicity or removal of the prop
erty. We want you to have satisfact.
ory dealings -with us and wo feel snre
a call will convince you that we mean
what we say.
Is uot named from mere
fancy. It is the natural odor
of the flower and in the pro
duction no expenseis spared.
Only the finest stock is used
in order to bring out the del
icate, rich and lasting fra
grance of the original flower.
The value of this perfume
can readily be perceived over
cheap extracts. l'rice 60c
per ounce. A free sample
for the asking. For sale
301 Twentieth St
June 4 and 18, home fceckers' excur
sion tickets at one first-class fare,
plus for tho round trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, good returning within 21 days
from date of sale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rates, tickets
for Pugct Sound points, Colorado,
Pacific Coast and various other points.
Theae Facts Mast Convince Every Rock
That which follows is the exper
ienca of a resident of Rock Island.
Incredulity cannot exist about the
statement because it can easily be in
vestigated. W. II. Thompson, photographer,
says: I noticed for some time a
sluggishness of my kidneys. The se
cretions from them were highly col
ored, contained a sediment and had
an ctlonsirc odor. To my mind it
was a forerunner of kidney complaint
and anxious to get rid of it before
complications set it more difficult to
check, when I heard about Doan's Kid
ney Pills I obtained a box at Marshall
& Fisher's drug ttore, I took them as
directed. In a short time the trou
bles disappeared and tbe kidneys per
formed their functions properly. My
wife also used Doan's Kidney Pills
and is as firm a believer In their
merits as I " .
For. sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents- Foster-Mil burn company. Buf
falo, N. Y., sole agents for tbe United
Remenber the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held Tuesday, the 25th
day of June, A. D., 1901, in the city
of Rock Island, Ml., for the purpose
of electing four members of the board
of education of Rock Island school
district as follows:
Two members for three years.
One member for two years.
One member for one year.
Tbe polling places for said election
will be as follows:
Kruso's shoe shop, No. 1014 Third
Frick's livery stable. Third avenue
between Nineteenth and Twentieth
Pemble's restaurant, No. 3110 Fifth
Which election will be opened at 8
o'clock in the morning and continue
open until 7 o'clock in the afternoon
of that day. Tho judges and clerks
of electloa residing in tbe precincts
In which tho above designated polling
places are located will be the judges
and clerks for this election. ,
Rock Island. 111., Juno 15, 1301.
B. F. Knox. Mayor.
James Brown, of Putsmonth, Va.
. cr I
over yu years oi age,. uuuu iui
with a bad sore on bis face.
-1 . . .. . I , 1. ! .
Physicians conia not neip mm.
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured
Eermanently. B. U. Bicber
tartz & Ullemeyer.