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THE AHQTJS. SATURDAY , JULY -19, 1902.
Females of All Ages '
find these Pills simply invaluable,
as a few doses will restore free and
regular conditions and effectually
remove the causes of much suffer
ing to the sex.
Bold Everywhere In boxes 10c and JSC
Chicago Dental Company
f If you are in need of dental work
call on us l'forc Koinj elsewhere, as
we can save you money. We use
nothing hut tlic Ix-st of material ami
our work is ;uanintecil to be lirst
chus in every rescct.. If you are in
need of :i set of teeth call and sec our
thiii elastic plate. We uarante; it
to tit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask' you more
than our prices llw.
CLEANING FREE. .
Bone tilling . , . - 2fl
Platinum tilling fUt
Silver fillings $()K
Gold lillings, f 1 and up ..... $ l.ttO
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 -t.OO
Set of teeth, $o and up S.tlft
$15 set of teeth for IU.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
F ROCK ISLAND.
i Over Speidel'a Drujr Stor
Petition to 811 Real Karate lo a Ibt.
State of II inols, I
Rock Island County f
' In the County C'U't Auusterm, .'D 190:
Oho Guttsi h id tt i.f'.or of tbo est it e of
Wi h i!ni Tliit me, ile)cs-d (,et iion-r. vs
Mar- TLieme. toe u- known h 1r or devises
. of Wllhelm Tbleme, deceitst d, 'hf unknown
owner of out lot nun h r tl vj (Co) In seo ion
' nuUiDtt- thirt-dve 3.) Uiwi Kitip Ufnh r
eighteen OS) North mi ee oumh. r two (2)
west of the 4ta p. in acu-Mdirg to the ate
sore plt of A. 1) IXfil of lots, rub 1 s ano
out lot" in 'fce t'ounu or Kick I la-rt r1
state of Hindis, drirrdin's p -tition jriu
i ord-r to sell re- M e to pit. en
f 'I u the itoov.. DPmd nor-resl t pt defei d
its. the aiii own bnna or artlsesof VMi
h lm 'I BU me eceased, be uiknor. pi vie
of outlt number sixty (HO) in section number
thtrtT life 3f) lowrsMp number eighteen ( 8)
North ratge number two (ii) wi of tae 4tb
p. ro. aoco'ding to the asM shot's Cut of A
T k I DAI .it Inli allK.tl. m 1 1 U. I. Kn n... m
ty of Rock island and state of Illinois.
A ft)dTlt of your non-rrr laence and of the
nan roldence of esea of you bTiati been
file 1 in tbe above entitled cause in th-j office
of the undersigned el, rs rf tne county cuu t
of toe county of Rock I-lar d acd state of
I liuola. you are hereby l ol tied that the
above nam d p ultloner ha Mli-d In said cou t
bin petition for a oru r to sell taid reai a
ta.te to p y ths debts of aid estate 'that
summons bat neen Issued iu sa'd rue sira'cM
0". icturnable to tbe July term A D. lir 2, oi
raid ro. rt. to be. brcun ard h id-n it the
court h"-e in the city of Hock sl.nd. in id
county. It the state of 1 11 mi -i. on -he Hut
Mond-y o July. A.D. I'JOi. that id cuf
hw bee. this day continued to the Auiiu.1
term of said curt to be bcenn ana hoiden on
tbe B st Monday or Aucust, A. t 1U02. a'
which t!m nd pla-e jou will appctrstd
plead, answer or demur to said petit on if yon
I:utd at Rock Island, Illinois, this Tib day
Of July, A.D lwOi
Hi.vrt I) Hubbard.
I Clerk of thi County Court.
Sweenet &. Walkek, Solicitors for peti
ate u Uct at Quay,
ta fJJ IOC sv Ofin M U Cars.
The finest equippe d health institu
tion in America. All kinds of baths.
Big swiming pool and gymnasium.
The best of skilled medical attend
ance. Magnificent buildirurs and
grounds. First-class cuisine. Send for
HEALTH UOURMAL- TttLEm
To EV. D. MORRIS. M.D.. D.D.S.. Sapt.
WILLOW BARK Drnk
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
Write for literature. DANVERS, ILL.
rM"T" TOBACCO SPIT
VJKJV I "d SMOKE
Your Lit eawayl
Yoq can be cured of any form of tobacco using
easily, be made well, strong, mag-nrtic. full of
new life and vifjor by taking KO-TO-BAO.
that makes weak men strong. Many gain
teb pounds in ten days. Over 800.000
cured.v All draggiatn. Cure Kuaraateed Book
let and advice FREE. Address STKSUNG
KSM6SY CO, Chicago or ew Yock. . 4J7
TO CAMP FOR WEEK
Company A Goes on Duty at the
FIRST ""LIEUT. BEAS IN CHAEGE
Ttilrl y-Soven Members Ijeavn on Hm i
linton Special Ma1 e ip
Shortly after 8 o'clock last evening
Company A, in command of First
Lieut. Hear, boarded a special train
on the Burlington and departed for
a week's round of camp duty at
Camp Lincoln near Springfield, as
part of the :ird brigade. Company F,
of Moline, and others further along
the line, were picked up en route.
The boys were tine to arrive in the
state capital about 5 o'clock this
morning, when each company's cook
detail, which was sent down in ad
vance, would have breakfast in read
iness. Accompanying tbe boys from
this city were Licuts. F. L. Tublis and
K. M. Lundbcrg, of the Naval He-
serves, who will attend a reunion of
Spanish-American War veterans next
week. Capt. L. K. llemenway and a
number of other memlicrs of the or
ganization will go to camp next Mon
day, being unable to get away last
evening. Following is the- roster of
the company as it departed last even
ing: First Lieut.- Alfred Hear.
Second Lieut. W. T. Kanson.
.Orderly Sergt. .1. W. Larson.
Sergt. Otis Cronk.
ISugler 11. I!iMmiuist.
Privates .1. I'.loomipnst, Cox, Cos
grove, Cassia, Callahan. Crouch. Case,
Dallgce, Fleener. .Johnson. Moore,
Moher. McNeil, MeClaren. J. W. Me
Caskrin. Nelson. -Osborn. Page, Park,
Parke. Pennington. Pettit. Uosenrield,
Uemer. C. llogers. Kenhart. St. Clair,
Swan, Schultz, Saver, Watkins, Quiiin.
Koster of tvompany.
The brigade staff of the 3rd brig
ade, which enters camp today, is as
Hrigadk? general, William Clen
denin, Moline; lieutenant colonel, as
sistant adjutant general. Frank J.
Clendemn. Moline; lieutenant'rolonel.
assistant inspector general, "David E.
Clark, Monmouth; lieutenant colonel,
inspector rille practice, Edward A.
Smith, Morrison; lieutenant colonel,
judge advocate, "Harry C. (J a no. Chi
cago; lieutenant .coionei, . assistant
surgeon gcnerafV,- Cnarles C. Carter,
Hock Island; major, quartermaster,
Koy il. Keece. Springfield : major,
captain of subsistence, Elmer E.
Morgan. Molint; first lieutenant, aide
de camp, IJupert J. Henry, Itockford.
( Third Resrtment.
' Colonel, Arthur E. Fisher, Uock
ford; lieutenant colonel, Kichings J.
Shaiul, Kockford; major, Benjamin E.
Gould, Elgin; major, Charles 11.
Greene, Kockford; major, Louis F.
Strawn, Pontine; captain, adjutant,
William H. ISrogunier, Kockford; cap
tain, quartermaster, William Oar
maid. Elgin; captain, commissary,
Stanton A. Hyer, Kockford; captain,
inspector of rifle practice, Charles L.
Gapin, Ottawa; captain, chaplain.
Charles A. Halbrook. Aurora; major
surgeon, Henry Kichings, Kockford;
captain, assistant surgeon. Carlton E.
Starett. Elgin; first lieutenant, assis
tant surgeons, George M. Kinney and
Chauneey II. Wilder, of Kockford;
battalion adjutants, Jacob Hode, El
gin; George G. Tronjo, Kankakee,
and .John Kurkel, Aurora.
Company A, De Kallj Captain
Thomas S. Murray; first lieutenant,
Ellaworth Erill; second lieutenant,
Walter N. Tuckley.
Company H, Kelvidere Captain,
Kobert J. Fair; first lieutenant, Wil
liam J. Fassett; second rretitenant,
George W. Sweat man.
Company C, Ottawa Captain, Sid
ney It. Klanchard; first lieutenant,
Frederick C. Hen; second lieutenant,
Charles W. IJutlers.
Company D, Aurora Captain, Har
ry W. Marvin; first lieutenant, Frank
J. Davis; second lieutenant, Frank
Company E. Elgin Captain, George
E. Honeh; first lieutenant, Edwin
McDowell; second lieutenant, William
M. Dodds. ., v '
Company F, Pontiac Captain,
Clement H. Hell; first lieutenant,
Dick H. Cornell; second lieutenant,
Michael J. Prandy.
Company G, Woodstock Captain,
George W. Feild; first lieutenant,
Canute Lee; second lieutenant, John
Company 11, Kotkfowl Captain
William H. Sarver; first lieutenant,
Edward C. Johnson; second lieuten
ant, Henry J. Danders.
Company I, t Aurora Captain, Al
bert Lundsey; . first lieutenant, Ed
ward E. Dyer; second lieutenant,
Stephen A. Boone. '
Company K, Kockford Captain,
Walter B. Taylor; first lieutenant,
William Ludlow; second lieutenant.
.James G. Tetlow.
Company L, Kankakee Captain,
James T. Burns; first lieutenant,
Virgil C. Nickerson; second lieu
tenant, Clarence E. Patrick.
Company M, Oregon Captain,
Francis Bacon; first lieutenant, Wil
liam Stout; second lieutenant, Charles
F. Kenke. . .
( Rlxth Rearlment.
. Colonel, D. Jack Foster, Chicago;
lieutenant colonel, Edward Kittilen,
Moline; major, William Channon,
Kock Island; major, William F.' Law
rie. Sterling; " major, Albert T. Tonr
tillott, La-Moille; captain, adjutant,
John J. Cairns, Chicago; captain.
quartermaster, Frank W. Barber,
Chicago; captain, commissary, Clar
ence A. Mcintosh, Sterling; captain,
inspector II. P. Benjamin Eick, Wal
nut Grove; captain, chaplain, John
W. Ferris; major, surgeon, P. J. H.
Farrel, Sterling; captain, assistant
surgeon, Amos F. Moore, Dixon; first
lieutenant, assistant surgeon, Charles
S. Young, Geneseo; first lieutenant,
assistant surgeon, Charles E. White
side, Moline; first lieutenant, assist
ant surgeon, Kutt Matthews, Morri
son; first lieutenant, batalion adju
tant, Alfred Bear, Kock 'Is
land; second lieutenant, William
Gaylord, Moline; first lieutenant,
battalion adjutant, James W. Clen
Company A, Kock Island Captain,
Luke E. llemenway; first lieutenant,
Alfred Bear; second lieutenant, Wil
liam T. Hanson.
Company B, Geneseo Captain,
John Keig; first lieutenant, Wil
liam C (Joss; second lieutenant,
Charles G. Davis.
Company C, Galesburg Captain.
Conrad A. BylolT; first lieutenant,
Daniel K. Siuythe; second lieutenant,
Edward C. Kecd.
Company D, Abingdon Captain,
James It. Bacon; first lieutenant.
Joseph M. Shoplett; second lieuten
ant. Albert 15. Maginnis. 1
Company E, Sterling Captain.
. Cushman; first lieutenant, Charles
F. Hoofter; second lieutenant, Bert
Company F, Moline Captain, Mar
vin H. Lyon; first lieutenant, George
T. Crowder; second lieutenant, Wal
ter G. Shadle.
Compauy G, Dixon Captain, Charleii
K. Frisby; first lieutenant, Sherman
Frisby; second lieutenant, Edward
Company H, Monmouth Captain,
William V. Shields; first lieutenant,
Benjamin L. Majrcs; second lieuten
ant, John S. Brown.
Company I, Morrison Captain. Har
vey S. Green; first lieutenant, Harry
A. Weaver; second lieutenant, Jacob
Company K, La Moille Captain.
Elmer E. Geisey; first lieutenant.
Kalph Douglas; second lieutenant,
James L. Norman.
Company L, Freeport Captain. Har
ry 11. tount; first lieutenant, Melvin
W. Hill; second lieutenant, K. II.
Company M, Galena Captain, Hen-
rv G. Geiser; first lieutenant, Amos
Kugman; second lieutenant, David
Fjr Erection of Exehang'e for I'nlon Klec-
trln Telephone Oompnny. ' '
Sealed proposals for all labor and
material, also heating and plumbing,
wiltrbe received at the otTiee of the
Valley Construction company, Kock
Island, 111., room 42, Mitchell &
Lynde building, until July 27. 1902. at
12 o'clock m., for the erection of a
two-story telephone exchange build
ing located in the city of Kock Island,
county of Kock Island, state of Illi
nois. Each contractor is to accom
pany his bid with a certified cheek of
2 per cent of the amount of his bid,
the same to be made payable to the
Valley Construction company.
'I tie building is to lie completed on
or before the first day of November,
1002. Drawings and specifications
may be seen at the office of Fr. Bor
golte. architect, Mitchell & Lynde
The Valley Construction company
reserves the right to reject any and
Kock Island, 111., Julv Ifi, 1902.
Superintendent of Construction.
I Stood In at Draught
witli my coat .oft" ami caught this
wretched cold." says the sufferer. He
need not paj a heavy penalty if he
follow his act of folly with an act of
wisdom. Soak the feet in hot water
with a few tf-aspoonsful of Perry Da
vis Tainkiller in it. Take a spoonful
of Painkiller in hot sweetened water
at bed time and be thankful for so
simple and speedy a way to break up
a cold. There is but one Painkiller,
Rheumatism Cnrmt In a I)r.
Mystic Cure for Uhcuinntism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
cays. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75c and
$1. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1S01 Sec
ond avenue, Kock Island; Gustave
Sehlegcl & Son, 220 West Second
No False Claims.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advertise this as a
"sure cure for consumption." They
do not claim it will cure this dread
complaint in advanced cases, but do
positively assert that it will cure in
the earlier stages and never fails to
give cswnfort and relief in the worst
cases. Foley's Honey and Tar is
without doubt the greatest throat
and lung remedy. Kef use substitutes.
The Federation of Woman's clubs
has extended the right of honorary
membership to the' men who make
Kookv Mountain Ten. omen s irreat-
ejt benefactor. T. IL. Thomas' phar
macy. Itchiness of the skin, horrible
plague. Most everybody afflicted in
one way or another. Only one snfej
never failing cure. Doan's Ointment.
At anj' drug store." 50c.
. now Art Tmmr KMn t
Tr. Hobbs' 8parsrns Pllla cure all kidney ills. Sam.
is frae. Add. bietHon Uemedy Cv..Clucara or i. Y,
OUTLOOK IS BLUE
Wet Weather Causing Alarming
State of Affairs in the
LOSS OP CEBTAHJ CEOPS IMMINENT
liar vent of Hay and Small Grain lie
in Carried On Under
As the days go by and the rains
continue to follow each other before
the ground has had time to dry the
wail of despair- rising from the farm
ing community hereabout is becom
ing louder and louder. The unusually
wet June would have done little
damage and even much good if it
had ended there, but there is abso
lutely no redeeming feature iu the
continuous soaking the earth is get
ting now and the situation is fast
becoming very grave.
This is the season when the oats
harvest should be practically over
and haymaking should be at its
height. Owing to the super-abundant
moisture oats are slow to ripen
and many fields have scarcely begun
to show yellow. In nearly all eases
the grain is down and badly tangled
and has been so for weeks. As a
consequence the heads have not filled
properly and rust has flourished im
mensely. Even where the farmer
has been able to properly harvest the
crop, certain ruin awaits it in the
shock unless dry weather comes at
Itwd for the liar.
The season has been favorable to
a heavy growth of grass and if there
were opoprt unity to cure the hay
there would be a record-breaking
crop. As it has been, there has been
very little forage stored away that
has not been soaked once or more
on the ground after being cut and
much of it has been entirely ruined.
There is little to encourage the far
mer to industry in atempting either
harvest or haymaking, for it so often
hapH'ns that his labor is spent for
nothing and he is compelled to see an
abundant crop ruined as the result
of his efforts.
It has been so with the harvest of
rye and barley,' also. Some of the
fields of the former in this vicinity
ripened when it was so wet that a
binder could not be used to cut them
and they fell and rotted. Barley, as
has been the case with oats in many
places, was cut with a mower oftcuer
than with a binder and was piled up
loose to spoil. Two weeks more of
this and threshing will be a short
C irn leucine; With Weeds.
Corn in many eases was never
"laid ly." but was turned loose to
struggle with the weeds a couple 'of'
weeks ago. The result is that there
will be more weedy cornfields in Kock
Island county this fall than in years
' Early potatoes are edieap now.
They are making a phenomenal crop.
But according to the stories of the
farmers the late crop in this region
will not be very plentiful. A poor
stand has been secured, generally
speaking, the excessive moisture and
the cold weather that prevailed about
planting time rotting much of the
seed in the ground.
Although there is a heavy growth
of bluegrass stockmen .say that it is
washy and does not build up flesh
nor make milk. The rural pessimist
is truly having his inning.
ROCK ISLAND REGALIA COMPANY
Institution Whose Popularity Is Rapidly
There is no firm whose names is
more favorably known throughout
this section than that of the Kock
Island Kegalia company, manufac
turers of all kinds of uniforms, robes,
badges, banners, swords, sword belts,
belts and caps. A specialty is made
of banner tlesigns for labor unions,
and the labor organizations will
make no mistake in . giving this de
serving company their most hearty
support and cooperation. This com
pany has maintained a most favor
able attitude toward labor and the
union forces arc never slow in rec
ognizing their friends and will aid
in every way possible to make this
company a still greater success.
Their product is certainly one de
serving of most liberal patronage by
the unions and citizens of our cities
and the entire country. At this par
ticular time when we have opportun
ity to place their names before thous
ands of working men, we take ad
vantage of the opportunity to place
the name of the Kock Island Kegalia
company where it well deserves to
be placed foremost among our lead
ing concerns who are always to be
counted upon as friends of conserva
tive organized labor. As Labor day
is drawing near we advise all unions
considering the purchase of banners
and badges to take the matter up at
once as we know the Kock Island
Regalia company has already sold
several banners for Labor day. Tri
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve.- Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to. palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable med
icines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by all
Rev. H. Stubenvoll, of Elkhorn, Wis., is pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran
St. John's Church of that place. Kev. Steub?nvoll is the possessor of two bibles
presented to him by Emperor William of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of one of
the bibles the Emperor has written in his own handwriting a text.
This honored pastor in a recent letter to the Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus,
O., says concerning their famous catarrh remedy, Peruna:
The Peruna Medicine Co. Columbus, O.:
Gentlemen: "I had hemorrhages of the lungs for a long time,
end all despaired of me. I took Peruna and was cured. It gave me
strength and courage, and made healthy, pure blood. It increased
my weight, gave me a healthy color, and 1 feel well. It Is the best
medicine in the world. If everyone kept Peruna in the house it
would save many from death every year.'
Yours very truly,
REV. II. STUBENVOLL.
Thousands of people have catarrh who
would te surprised to know it, because
It has been called some other name than
catarrh. The fact is, catarrh is catarrh
wherever located ; and another fact
which is of equally great importance, is
that Peruna cures catarrh wherever
Catarrh is an American disease. Fully
one-half of the people are afilicted more
or less with it in some form. Previous
to the discovery of Peruna, catarrh was
Considered well nigh incurable. Since
Wo want to move into our li'jw blojlc with complete now sto.;k in a!' loi irt
m meat-;, an 1 1 j ajej nolis'i tliis cud, wj arj p jsitively miking
Sacnfice Prices on Everyttiiog:
There is no sijht o a profit, sooqj tfjjds at cost, some bo low cok.
THE GOODS MUST GO
Chiffoniers, rich jroldcit oak fin
ish. very handsome, with French
beveled mirror, five drawers
?t;.flf), without q a nr
Lawn Settee, slat seat and back.
"'Rtrongly constructed, all colors.
$1.00 value, Q fifi
reduced "to JpO.UU
Dining Tallies, golden oak finish
top 42x42, inches large massive
legs, extends S feet, regular
price S'J.dii. q-j
reduced t V aaCO
Parlor Tables, mahogany or gol
den oak finish, 21x21 square top,
Largo Couches. with sol LI oak
frames, 2S inches wide, (i feet
I inches long. 2S best steel
springs, $9.00 value, (Jvg pjQ
Have You Got Your Share?
This is the week to buy
W. S. HOLBROOK, "Z&&ovaT
S,M i uSiiimi a i 1 Branhta
Gecnlne stamped C C C Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
'something jast as eood."
For Drunkenness and
lease write us.
sm put. aw
WHO WAS BEFRIENDED
SAVED BY PE-RU-S!A.
the Introduction of Peruna to the medical
profession thousand.; of eases are cured
Mr. W. D. Smith, a well-known grocer
of Port Huron, Mich.; write?:
44 By following your instructions and
taking Peruna and Manalin I am cured
of catarrh. I had catarrh .or twelve
years and quite a bad cough so I could
not sleep nights. I do not have any
cough now, and if I feel anything in the
throat I take a swallow of Peruna aid I
I am alrisht." W. D. Smith.
Refrigerators, lare family size
improved scientific construction
best make on "7 OCT
India seats, ;rolden o
ak and ma-
hojjany" finish, fully
Our Morris Chair sccti
n will inter
I vies, hand-
est you beautiful s
some cushions ami
low prices combined.
Larue baby carriages,
$13.7.". this week
$:5.(H1 Mattresses; this
week, any sie ...
Large Kitchen Tables,
and rubber tires, re
, nicely up
if you want to save bir money on Roods in our line.
We will stand the loss.
THE STANDARD SUITORIUM
AND STEAM DYE WOUKS
30b' TWENTIETH STREET.
Your .elothintf cleaned and pressed and your
shoes shined every day tor $1 per month. .
teatn cleaning and dyeing on men's and wo
men's 'clothing. Repairing of line clothing a
Ffcone ib2 west. Baumbach 5l Bruner, Props.
MONEY MONEY MONEY
If you need any money call on your Uncle Siegel, 320 Twentieth
street. lie will let vou have anv amount. Phone Brown 6G3
s J t "
Suffered Fifteen Tears.
C.F. Gerding, MUburn, Xeb., writes i
"I contracted a heavy cold about
fifteen years ago and tried all kinds of
patent medicines and drugs recom
mended for a cold or heavy cough, but
found none to help mo until I com
menced using Peruna. My age is
seventy-eight years, and I am better
now than I have been for years. I still
keep using your great medicine, and am
still improving in health. I reeommen.l
it to all sufferers with coughs and colds."
C. F. Gerding.
reruna. The Greatest Remedy Known
Mr. Chas..H. Stevens, 97 Seventeenth
Street, Detroit, Mieh.,writes: "It affords
me great pleasure to testify to the merits
of Peruna as a remedy for catarrh. I
suffered for some time with chronic
nasal catarrh, but after five months'
treatment during which time I used
seven bottles of Peruna I am pleased to
say that I am entirely well, there being
not the slightest trace of the catarrh left.
Peruna is without doubt the greatest
remedy known for catarrh." Chas. H.
Afflicted Since Childhood With Catarrh.
Mr. Elbert S. Richards, Milton, Conn.,
"I am near sixty-eight years of age,
and have from childhood been alliicted
with catarrh in the head, and, for the past
four or five years been much afflicted with
it in my eyes; they being watery, would
materato a good deal, and stick together
in the night. My condition was so fully
described in youralinanac that I decided
to try Peruna. '
' I am thankful to say that I now con
sider myself entirely free from catarrh,
and only use Perima occasionally now
as a tonic. Accept my sincere thanks
for your personal interest in my case.
"My son, 21 years of age, has been
using Peruna for a number of weeks for
catarrh in the head and has obtained
great relief." Elbert S. Richards.
Catarrh Thirty Years.
Mr. Andrew Barrett, 940 X. Kidzle
Ave., Chicago, 111., writes:
"It gives me great pleasure to testify
to the merits of such a worthy remedy
for catarrh as your Peruna. I had
suffered for thirty years from this very
disagreeable disease and had tried many
so-called remedies but until I used Pe
runa none had the desired effect.
"I have been connected with the
Chicago Police Department for the past
twenty-eight years. I can cheerfully
recommend Peruna to anyone suffering
from catarrh." Andrew Barrett.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once. to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
bo pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus
The very best -Li-lb. elastic felt
mattresses, sold elsewhere for
Oak frame Mirrors; this
Roman chairs, mahogany finished
frames, nicely qp
Handsome 3-piece Parlor Suit,
mahogany finished frames, up
holstered in good
Call and sec our pretty Iron Beds,
anv sie, ICC
Von will miss it if you do not get
one of our $2.50 springs, -j