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-Tint AIJGTTS. SATTTUDJuST; JTJJIE 2a. 1901.
Our Leader for the Fourth,
V VaA V
tilt v. I 5 ca,nMr
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Are recognized as the most healthful,
most stvlish. most modern, cleauest
and altogether the mod desirable.
We are showing no less than 30 dif
ferent styles and prices, from neat
and plain single beds at $2.50 to
handsome and highly decorated brass
at $17.00. Come and look, at our
stork f furniture.
1702 and 1704 Third Ave.
OF THE FACE,
HANDS OR ANY
Dr. J. Alvin
Skin Diseases of all kinds, Spots.
mmm w s
minors, letter, ittimui owemngs, and
state of the blood, old chronic sores on
II J .v -J " W
m ill ii ii ri . - j .
Ill 1 1 r V . j-i . . -7 . . a - VV
Kidney and Special Diseases, weak back and weakness of men. pain in
side, weakness and inability to retain the urine and bed wetting. Diseases
of the Prostrate Glaud. Chronic Iarl Animation of the Bladder, etc., positively
curcu. a: so an iemaie diseases.
If yon are aflltcted with any chronic
poison and varicocele, and expect a cure
ist who devotes his entire time and attention to that particular class. After
many years of uninterrupted success
special diseases of men and women,
DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
Suite 49 to 55, Mitchell & Lynde building, Ilock Island, 111 , is today recog
nized ana endorsed Dy mo professional ana leading citizens as tne most re
liable and trustworthy specialist in all chronic diseases. If you cannot cU
write to him about your trouble. Consultation free and confidential. Call
in the forenoon if possible so that you
Take elevator to fourth floor. Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5, and 7 to 8
Sundays. 9 to 11.
WE CURE WHEN
of Both Sexes.
Oar Eleetrlo Haabln for
treatment of Nervous
o4 X-Ray work.
NEBVOU3 DEBILITT, Exhaustive drains, 81eep.essness, Threatened Insai-
lty. Wean Memory, Mental Delusion-, or any otber condition due to nervous exhaustlot
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvei
and Skin Diseases ean be qulokly and permanently oured by our advanoed system of medl
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
moctne with others when we guarantee you a permanent cure la seven days by oar pelslss
methods. Hydrocele eared In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult as. Wi
nave oured mar.y canes given upas hopeless,
operations performed at your home If desired.
TILE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is
afford to place your esse In the hands of those
fence in ton treatment oi cotodio uubhbi.
DR. WALSH'S largo private practice and
hlefofSt. Anthony's Hospital together with
were pronounced Incurable by others during
jrt, proves eonelualvely that be la tne pnrsioiaa you should consult if you want to get
Only Curablo Cases Taken. SSES$, LS
Boars, to II e aa I ae and T ( p. -aw' Innday ll:lo to HIO p. at.
Office 124 West Third Street M'Callongh Building, Davenport, Lv
Rock island Savings Bank
Hook Island. HI.
Incorporated Under tho
Obi Pxbjsok ax Collateral Ob Real Estatx Sxoubitt.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubaugb, Vice Presidtat.
P. Green a wait. Cashier.
Bfta the business July t, IE9a and Odscpylng
. K. comer of tfltnheil
A LyoUe itw buildlnf
When everyone wants their feet com
fortable and prettily, shod, is our
handsome, cool and comfortable
ladies' linen stylish lace shoes at
$1.60. regular price 2.
It beats the band how we can sell
snch a well made, fine and lasting
shoe for such a small amount, is the
opinion of those who are judges, but
this price Is special, the shoe Al for
1705 Second Avenue.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Pimples, Scrofula, Blood Taints, Sores,
an troubles arising from an impure
the legs, completely eradicated from
or special disease as stricture, blood
you must consult a reliable special
in the treatment of all chronic and
will not be compelled to wait so long.
DB. J. K. WALSH.
Formerly of Chicago,
Burgoon-ln-Chlef of St.
and we may be able to cure you. Burgleal
Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
a vital one therefore you cannot
who have bad little or no praetloal exr ar
extensive experience as surgeon-In-
the fact that he has oured hundreds who
tne five years he has been located In Daren
ftflnfc nf rafpranna unH nrAdnntfals
Four 1'cr Cent l'ald on
H. 8. Cable,
H. P. Bull.
K. W. Hurst,
L. Stmoa .
i. M. Uufoid,
oUoltoriWaokJKJB anfl Hnnb
William C. Brown today ollieially
severed his connection with the ISur
lington railway to step into the office
of vice president of the Lake Shore
As general manager of the Burlington
it is interesting and pertinent just
now to recall some of the improve
ments that have come to Rock Island
through his confidence in Its business
future and his friendliness for the
city. Many will remember what Mr.
Brown said of this city in the course of
his address at the Harper house last
February on the occasion of the ban
quet tendered in his honor by Rock Ii
land business people. He said: "lhave
most profound confidence in its fu
ture, and I believe before the sun of
the twentieth century reaches its ze
nlth within a radius of 10 miles of the
flag staff on Rock Island arsenal there
will be gathered one of the greatest
manufacturing centers to be found
within the limits of the nation.
know of few communities so favored
by providence. In the Mississippi
water power and rich coal beds
hereabout the Almighty ordained
Rock Island should some time ba
one of the greatest manufactur
ing centers of the United States."
There are several improvements
promised Rock Island by Mr. Brown,
but which were not carried out before
he left the road. These include the
depot tower clock. Twentieth ttreet
fence, train sheds, crossing gates, etc ,
and the sincere hope la that Mr.
Brown's successor, Mr. Delano, will,
by giving attention to those ni titers,
maintain friendly relations between
the road and city established by his
predecessor and his associates.
Koek Island Rumblings.
F. Hinman is firing on engine 1120
in place of F. Rahms, who is sick.
W. Leonard is tiring on the li'o'J
iring the absence of U. Leighton,
who is running extra on passenger,
Engineer J. lowers is doing local
work on the .'150.
Engineer Jerry Mansfield is on the
1210 in place of Dan Maroney, who is
The pioneer restaurant of Haw
thorn, which is located in two box
cars at the east end of the yards, has
changed hands, a Mr. Anderson buv-
iner out Mrs. Green.
Fireman W. E. Hoare is on the
1421 in place of Peter Fleming.
Knsineer W. Williams, who nas
been sick several weeks with rheu
uiaiism. has gone to California in the
hope of deriving some bentii; from
the change of climate.
Fireman 11. E. Ribble is on the
Hawthorn has a new soft drink
stand. This will shortly bo supple
mented by the hard drink resort the
Rock Island Brewing company pro
poses to erect.
o. Ferguson nas oeen nirca aunng
the past week for duty on the Iowa
Building in the vicinity of Iltw-
thorn progresses slowly but steadily.
Within sight of the yard master's
office there are half a dozen houses in
various stages of development. The
transformation of the barn east of tho
yard oflice into a hotel has about been
completed. It is understood the
structure is expected to rent for $50
Section Foremen O'Brien and Grif
fith, with their gangs of men. have
about finished the additional tracks
that are expected to relieve the jam
that has prevailed at Hawthorn yards
at various times in the past.
Those who have laid off during the
past week are Conductor Rider, Brake-
men Lamb and .enor, engineers J.
Clapper and Jerry Cunningham and
Firemen Peter Fleming and C. Reed.
Engineer lorn Dunn and cireman
D. Allen reported recently.
Engines 1106 and yi4 are in tne
riremen o. conyers u. Morgan ana
O. Dillon are laying off.
W. render is out on tho road nring.
Engineer Al Hotcbkiss has reported.
Engineer C. Pratt is off duty.
The Moline Mail hears that the
Rock Island road is to soon build a
new depot in that city.
A. Lepara nas Deen appointed io
succeed George A. Gould as superin
tendent of bridges and buildings.
Mr. Gould has taken a more lucrative
position with the Walsh Construction
r. A. Jones, ior several years cniei
clerk in the local vardmaster s oflice,
has been transferred to the car ac
countant department in Chicago, h s
nw nnsltion hfiinc in the natcra ,f 4
...v...1i.i -..i.. v.a '
his new duties Mcndav.
Conductor A. F. Barber is back
frem a trip to the south.
Conductor Kobert rrazer is on duty
after a short vacation.
Engineer II. T. Sheppard is on the
local running out of Barstow in place
of Engineer Matthews, who is sick.
Ben Sellers, of Beardstown, is here
running the 1426.
fireman r. bite has gone to Beards-
town for' a few days1 vacation and
Carl Zeltscbel is on the night switch
Fireman J. D. Gippert is on the
Galesburg freight in place of Boy
Schweer, who is sick.
May Beeonse Freight Terrulnns.
There is some reason to believe
that the C, M. & St. P. contem
plates taking off the daily extra to
Carbon Cliff and Tunning instead the
Clinton local freight through to that
place instead of making its terminus
in Aioiine. ids dusiubsb iruui me
former place consists of a half dozen
cars or coal dally ana considerable .
tile and brick and an occasional load J
of live stock. I
Subscribe for The Abocb.
Rock Island Employe Vlctln
of Wreck In
Seth Nicola, a freight!
the southwestern din
sion of the
Itock island road, ww
terday in a wreck
ton, Iowa. Nicola's h
don, Iowa, to which hi
lure was at El
His run was
shipped for Interment.
between here and Eldoa.
He left this
city yesterday mornind
here state thev have nq
details of the
accident, but that their understand
ing is that the rails spread, piling up
a number of cars, and that the un
fortunate brakeman was caught in
the wreck. No other ii ember of the
crew was hurt, it is ci&med.
QUIET WORK SEC
as an evidence oi what can be ac
complished by effort on the part of
the business people of a aommunitv.
ii is only necessary to po nt to some
of the good things that; have been
added to Rock Itland in the past year.
among them being the Lightning
Medicine company, Coulter & Cald
well Mattress works. TrI-CityRBottled
Milk and Butter oompiny and the
restoration' of the Lazier broom
It has not been a difficult task to
secure any ef these establishment
They have been brought iere by quiet
work by some of the leaclng business
men. tor instance one factory was
landed by a single person. It cost
him a week's time, but he feels fully
repaid for his work. II Hhers would
ook at the situation in the same
ght, that what benelts the city
benefits everv one whel lives in it,
Rock Island! would go ahead more
rapidly in an, industrial way.
i . . .
AND PATTEM IS HELD
Deputy Sheriff George Heider and
State's Attorney Weld went to Coal
Valley this morning with Ed Patten
and James Cronk, accuse; of kidnap- j
In Annie Treglown. It a prelim-1
in try nearing justice Murphy, of that
vllltge, released Cronk, tut held Pat
ten on a continuance till Wednesday
Ih $500 bonds.
THURSDAY, JUUY 4.
The Hie Celebration at Black Hawk Watch
. Tower. ' I
there will be a big tlse July 4 at
the Watch Tower. Fine programs
for the morning, afternoun and even'
ing. Thousands will go p the tower
to spend the day and enj ty the enter
tainment. Family picaus will be the
order of the day. Fr dancing in
both pavilions day and tight. Fire
works, tub, sack, wheelbarrow and
potato races, etc., for prizes. Fine
exhibition of moving battle pictures
in the evenmsr. rull band all uav
and evening and numerous other at
tractions. The big crowd will spend
July 4 at the Watch Tower.
Raising the Dates,ae.
If Cant. John Kllleen's plans are
carried out the wrecked steamer Du
buque may be expected up this way
before long. It is possible that the
work of pumping out the bold of the
sunken 6teamer may be taken up to
day. The Dubuque is already under
her own steam. Her grates and boil
ers are all out of water and have not
been in the least injured; and she is
ablo to do her own pumping and bss
all the machinery at hand to do it
Special Session ef Sopretne Lodge.
The supreme lodge of the Knights
of Pythias is to meet in Chicago July
9 for tho purpose or aaiuitlng the in
vestment of endowment funds and to
provide for the growing Deeds of the
insurance branch of the organization,
The call for the special ssssion grow:
out of the bght between factions at
the last annual business meeting in
Detroit, when char&'fs of the mis
management of the endowment funds
were made against Jobn; A. iiinsey,
of Chicage, former supreme chan
cellor of the lodge.
Celebration at Pros pact Fark Jaly 4.
A big celebration is arranged for at
Prospect park July 4, and the capac
ity of the park will be taxed to the
limit. There will be music and free
dancing all ' 'i?rnoon and evening and
atinedisplrr of fireworks day and
nitrht, and ? r.usements and races of
all kinds t?: . take place during the
UBruuuu " wu Ja
i a good time is
teed to all
,lnral Mall Iteutes.
Congressman Prince writes Post
master George McKinlov, of Moline,
that an inspector will arrive there
next month to examine the proposed
free rural delivery routes from Mo
line and Port Byron.
Read It In His Newspaper.
George Schaub, a well known citi
zen of New Lebanon, Ohio, is a con
stant reader of the Dayton Volkezei
tung. He knows that this paper alma
to advertise only the best in its col
umns, and when be saw Chamber
lain's Pain Balm advertised therein
I ior lame uaun ue uiu uut uvsiiaic iu
buying a bottle of it for his wife, who
for eight weeks bad suffered the most
terrible pains in her back and could
get no relief. He says: "After using
the Pain Balm for a few days my wife
said to me, 'I feel as though' born
anew,1 and before using the entire
contents of the bottle the unbearable
pains had entirely vanished! St
could again take op rx stSiitLlu
nnuld acrain take n r
duties." He U very thankful, and
hopes that all mfferinw likewise will
near 0f ner wonderful recovery. This
valuablo liniment is for sale bv nil
PLENTY OF COMPETITION
FOR NEW PLOW TRUST
Although the plow trust has ma
terialized and the American Plow
company has been incorporated in
New Jersey, it is assured that there
win De plenty of competition to the
combine. There are 18 companies in- J
eluded, with the Moline Plow com
pany expected to go in to make the
lyth. Ihis option, however, is still
But on the other hand, while the
trust includes the biggest implement
factories, there are 49 others outside.
Following the incorporation of the
plow combine a conference of the rep
resentatives of the companies inter
ested convened in New York Wednef-
day. With the factorymen were the
cankers ana the promoter, ihe ees-
sloo late1 tbp remainder of the week
and it is b.ueved that the new com
pany is now fully organized.
The following plow manufacturing
concerns have definitely announced
that they ' have not entered the plow
combination and do not expect to join.
according to the Farm Implement
rews: L Bement s bans, Lansing,
Mich.; J. I Case plow works, Racine,
Wis.; Collins Plow company, Quincy,
ill.; H.mereon Manufacturing com
pany, Kockford, 111.; LaCrosse Plow
company, LaCrosse, ,tVis; Oliver!
Chilled Plow companv. South Bend.
Ind.; Parhn & Orendorff companv,
Canton. Ill ; South Bend Chilled Plow
company. South Bend, Ind ; J
Thompson & Sons Manufacturing
company, Bloit. Wis ; Wiard Plow
company, li tavia, N. Y.
One hundred in the shade is the
hottest July weather that is recorded
oy tne local weatner imreau ior a
period of 0 years. That point
oi tne thermometer was reached
on the uutn, lfcyj. ihe mean or nor
mal temperature for the month has
been 76. The warmest month was
that of 1887 with an average f 78,
and the coldest that of 1891, with an
average of 69. The lowest temper
ature was 59 on the 9th, 1891. The
aver8ra precipitation for the month
was 3 62 inches. The greatest month
ly precipitation was y.jo inches in
185, and the least 0.43 inches in
1886. The average number of cloud v
days was 12. of partlv cloudy 13 and
cloudy 6. The prevailing winds have
been from the southwest.
YOU CAN CURE IT.
A New Care for Catarrh In Tablet Form.
l'he old time treatment for catarrh
was in the form of douches or sprays;
later on internal remedies were given
with greater success, but being in
linuaid or powdered form were incon
venient and were open to the tame
objection to all liquid remedies, that
is, that they lose whatever medicinal
power they may have had on expos
ure to the air.
ine tablet i the ideal lorm in
which to administer medication, but
until recently no successful catarrh
tablet has ever been attempted.
At this writing however, a most
excellent and palatable remedy for
catarrh has been placed before the
public and sold bv druggists, called
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, composed
of the mobt recent discoveries in
medicines for the cure of catarrh, and
results from their use have been
Muart s Catarrh Tablets contain
principally highly concentrated anti
septics, which kill the catarrh germs
in the blood and mucous membranes.
and in this respect are stnetly scit u-
ti lie and modern, as it has been known
for some years past by the ablest phy
sicians that the most successful ca
tarrh treatment was by inhaunr or
Ihe use oi inhalars, douches and
sprays, however, ts a nuisance and
inconvenience, and moreover can in
no wise compare with the same reme
dies given in table, form either in ef
ficacy or convenince.
A clerk in a Prominent insurance
ollice in rittBbu.'g relates his exper
ience with Stuart s Catarrh Tablets
in a few words but to the point. He
says: "Catarrh hr.s been almost con
stantly with me for eisrht years: in
this climate it seems almost impossi
ble to get rid of it. l awoke every
morning stuffed up and for the hrst
half hour it was cough, gag, expector
ate and sneeze before 1 could square
myself for mv day's work; no appe
tite, and a foul treath which annoved
1 used Stuart s Catarrh lablets
for two months and found them not
only pleasant to take but they did the
business, and 1 can sincerely recom
mend them to all catarrh sufferers.
Druggists sell Stuart's Catarrh Tab
lets at 50 cents for full sized package.
l hey can be carried in the vest pocket
and used at any time and as often as
necessary. Guaranteed free from co
caine, mercury or any mineral poison:
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
land. of Armonk, N. Y., "but when
all other remedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had consumption in an
advanced stage, aio used this won
derful medicine and today she is per
fectly well. Desperate throat and
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no otber medicine on
earth. Infallible for coughs and colds.
50 cents and $1 bottles guaranteed
v Hartz & Ullemeyer. Trial bottles
Scald head is ec.ema of the scalp
very severe sometimes, but it can be
cured Doan's Ointment, quirk and
permanent in its results. At any
drug store, oO cents.
If accustomed to the insipid stock used
in 5-cent cigars smoke
a few Lucke's
AND LEARN THE GREATER
PLEASURE IN THEM.
They are infinitely
preferable to other 5-cent cigars for
the reason thai they are richer.
They are preferable
4to 10-cent cigars because they don't
ANY NUM3ER CAN BE SMOKED WITH EQUAL "
lifcLISH. IN THIS THEY DIFFER FROM
COSTLIEST HAVANA GOODS.
J..H. LUCRE & CO., Cincinnati, 0.
McNEVIN & GANSERT, Distributors.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
"H1DAGO. ROfcK ISLAND
v Paciflo Railway Tickets
ean te purenasea or Dagpase
checked at City Tiolcet office,
ISIS Second avenue, or C K.
LAP. depot, corner Flftn
fclny-nrst street. FraHk H. Plum
oer Limited &(Jaiibt..,
t R:10 am 8:00 am
Rooky Mountain Limited..
-2:S pm 5rJ0 pm
. worm, uenver &u..u..
t 5:06 am:tlO:3S pm
t 6:50 am' 0:10 pm
t 8:00 am tllMO pm
12:05 ami 3:00 am
7:55 am 11:10 pm
11:55 pm t!0:35 pm
S:0b amit 8:05 am
12:15 m t 6:52 am
8:05 am t 9:15 pm
Jmaha and Dei Moines
jmsba & Lincoln Kx
Oes Moines & Omac a
Denver, Lincoln & umaba.
Oes Moines Kxpress
3t. Haul & M:nneauuiis
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. C. 5:00 amitl0:40 pm
-.Kansas Clty.St Joe & Dnvr ! 1:10 pm!t 8:30 am
Rook Island Washington, 11:50 pm t pm
Jblcago & ues Jioices... T pmi j.i jju
lock Isiand Brooklyn Ac 5:35 pm 7-40 am
(Omaha & Rock Island 0:40 pm,:i0::;s am
.unioago, s uavenpon , n" P"
jDaily, except Sun
Ail otnera daily. To
jDaily except Saturday.
nrRT.TOQTON ROUTE O.
-"B. & Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second Avenue and Twen
U. J. YOtTNQ,
I LSAVS. ABBIV1.
i. Springfield. Peor'.a I
Quincy via Galesburg!
and sterling 7:15 am :50 am
Chicago viaMetidota ;-4:I2 pm tl"0 pm
-eoria, tsearaaiown, our
lington, Lenver anc
West... 2: Pm 12:11 Pm
St. L.. Kas. Cltv. Denveri
and Pacinc coast via: i
Sterling and points inter I
mediate :2o pm t:la pm
rsiiuhnnr 7:2S Im y:iD pm
St. L.. Denver and west. . prpo am
Clinton and Dubuque ...J:50 am 6:o0 am
Davenport and Cilnton. :6:50 am
Clinton. Dubuque, Lai
Crose. St. t'aui. Minn.i i
& West and N. W 7:15 pml 7:10 am
Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A
ST. PAUL railway D.,
N. W. passenger sta
foot of Sevententh
tieorge W. Wood.
The trains for Du-
buone and points north run
via Illinois side of river. Trains for Freeport
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clin-
toa and Savanna-
All trains will connect at savanna ror points
east and west.
TRAlf-S. ) UATL AtiftlVS.
Dubuque and St. Paul,
Passenger I 7:25 am 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul i
Passenger 4:00 pm 9:1a pm
Milwaukee Kxpress 7aO ami 9:15 pm
i"reeport Kxpress 4:-"0 pm1 11:40 am
AU trains daily except Sunday.
TOCK ISLAND PEORIA
-"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C, R. L & P. (Mo
line avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
riven. E. L. Goff, Agent.
Peoria & SprlngBeld LIm-
ted :io am
Peoria. Spiinwtleld. Lt. I..
Indianapolis. Cincinnati ;
8:05 am 10:20 pm
Peoria. Springfield, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati, Hloom-
Peoria. Icdianapolis, Cin
Peoria. St. Louts, Spiing-
Meld, Decatur :
Cable Accommodation .... ;
Cable & Sberrard Accom..
Cable & Sberrard Accom. .1
Trains marked are daily.
All others daily
FViuy as;a y i'irwaMejMsMWsl
It's Quality that Counts.
In Coal it's quality that makes beat. It's
quality tbat retains lt, it s quality tbat
makes possible consumption of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of lt. leav
ing a light, clean ab: lastly, it's quality
tbat lessens vour fuel bills you're not
paying for dirt, refuse or uoburnables.
Tbe coal we bandle both bard and soft
deserves all tbe good tbinga we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
I ' v.- :a
fc .v, .
Chicago Dental Company
A GOOD JUDGE.
of line dental work concedes us tho
palm in low prices and the ruak
injr of lig:ht, comfortable and nat
ural artificial plates and crown
bridge work. We till, clean and
extract teeth with conscientious
OUR THIN ELASTIC PLATES
are strong, durable and doce fit
ting, and do not take up as much
room in the mouth as the old
common plates do. We guaran
tee a tit.
Silver Fillinjrs 50c
Gold Platina Filling 75r
Gold Fillings, fl and up $1.00
Gold Crowns, fi and up.. .. 4.00
Set of Teeth, f5 and up 5.00
Office 1607 Second Avenue.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
Have you tried one of
those delicious Ice
Vith the Pure
Or one of those refresh
ing phosphates that
are only to be had at
Better Drop in and Try
1705 Second Avenue.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests tLt food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structlntr the exhausted digestive or
eanu It is the latest discovereddigst
ant and tonic No other preparation
can approach lt in efficiency. It in
stant) relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Siclc Headache, Ga3tralgia.Crampsand
brother results of imperfect digestion,
prtc 50c. and . Large sire contains 2 ttrass
mail sis. Book all about dyspepsia mailed f ree
Prepared ty C C DsWlTT CO.. Ci)ieag
B. H. Bieber. Hartz & Ullemeyer.