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THE ARGTJS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15," 1902.
TMJB TKATKLBB8 ttUIDK.
gev.-- CHICAGO. RjCK ISLAND
f, V &.Paciflc Railway Ticket
su, or C, R. J.-JCP. depot
Fifth avaaue foot of Ttirty-
Irst street. Peoria branch depot, foot ol
Twentieth street. Fran H. Plumper, C. P. A.
EAST. I TB9r.
Denver Limited & Ou-isna.
Ft. Worth. Dener i K C
it S.45 am 2:sS am
4:: amt-MOiM Tim
Davenport: Chicago . .
JOaha & Minneapolis
. .. t 6:50 am :S0 pm
...' 7:R0 ai' 7:00 pm
.. itl2:45 am: 8:00 am
De-sM-Jlnea & On.-ah a
Denver. Lincoln A Oman
Dos Moines tipress
St. Paul & -y.oneapolis
w n;A. v. A- Tf f 1
1:20 pm t y.bi pm
I 2: '5 am t 6:25 am
. 3:40 am t 3:00 am
. i .15 pm 0:53 am
3:40 m t B 25 pm
4:34 an 10-S0 una
IlVD5BSUlSJ.nivsv.... ...... h"" f "
IRocil Island & Washington, 1:05 pm t 8:25 pm
pm t 6:30 am
UQICOnl' Oi. lT 3U1UII'1.-i.. .... i - f
Book Hland & Brooklyn AC! 6:35 pai t 7:40 am
ICtnaha A Kock Island.... 5:'5 pro t B 25 am
Kl Paso & San Francisco. .;t fltt) pm tU:45 pm
iCe-dar K.pitK Tipton 110:40 am t 4:10 pm
SOCK ISLAND AND PBOBIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieth atreet station Main
line trains start from miln depot on Fifth
avenue iO minutes c advance of time Riven.
L1AT1 , AKBIVB
Peoria, fcprit Efield. St. L.
0 4! pm
j. -i r -
a polls. CineinnatLCloom-
InKton. Sst. lxuifl
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cic-
Cable A Sherrard ecom.
CaMe & Sberrard Accom.
I 45 pm $5:55 pm
1 1:30 pm,
J 1:55 pre
AlT'val. tPeD-vrtur fDa!!y. except Hnf
flay. Ffcone West It?, Webt 112H. West 1-U3.
u -HICAGO. HURLlNuTON A
!'!. -;iH5 avenue and Twentieth street
"M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FltANK A. HART.
St. Louis, S-rringDeld.
UalesDurg, Peoria and
Sterling. Mendota &nd
Peoria, Benrdstown. Bur-
. I'ngton, leaver ana
St. Louis. Kansas City.
Denver and Pacinc
Bterllnjf and points in
East Mnllnn (snhurban)..
s75 pm ! 7:10 pm
Dubuque, Clinton, La
Cross-, 5 t Paul, Minn
and N. V7
Clinton, Dubuque, end
Clinton and Intermediate
s7: 40 pm
r? to am
s Stop at i-ocklsiand 2b minutes for meals.
Dally. -Dilly except fauuuaj.
V & St. Paul KUway.
I. A. N. W. paaeeneer sta
tion at foot of aeventeectb
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Free port ad Milwaukee will run
: Iavnport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains wiU connect at savanna for poinu
east and west.
I LEAVB ARRIVE
Dubuqu and bt. Pa-i Pas
LnibuQu-! and et Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
8 15 pm
All trains dally exoept Sunday
ACME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
J. It. JOHNSTON. Agent
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mns
catine. New Boston, Keithsburg, Oquaw
ka and Uurlington
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 4
r into wholesomeness is "on
lager." All Anheuser-Busch
heers are thus "lagered" until
perfect for use.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis. U. S. A.
'Brewers of the famous Budwelser, Mlcbelob, BlacK A Tan. Faust,
Pale-Laser. Anheuser-Standard. Expert Pale and aVxaulait.
All orders promptly- filled by
A. D. HUESIITG, WHOLESALE DEALER, E0CK ISLAND, ILL.
I DR. SHOOP, OpKtKeLlmologist.
ROOM 7, BUFORD BLOCK. 1
X Uses No Medicine. Performs No Opera.tion.
Simply removes the cause of your so-called disease or ailment, and
nature does the curing.
His system of removiiif? tlie cause of your ills is
X an entirely new one.
lie gives a written guarantee tnat satisfactory re-
i suits will come or your money will be refunded. $
All chronic cases of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Fe-
mate Trouble, Epilepsy.Etc, Etc. Also cases of lnfla ed
t Eyes, Granulated Lids, Cysts, Styes, Etc., are especially
. i "welcome." : -
EYES TESTED, AND . CONSULTATION FREE.
A Secret Disease
Of all human diseases, that known as
contagious blood poison, or the Bad
Disease, has caused more misery and suf
fering and ruined more lives than all
others combined. It not only wrecks the
hopes and aspirations of thi one vvho
contracts it, but often the innocent are
made to share the humiliation and dis
grace of this most loathsome and hateful
Form of blood poison. Children inherit
it from parents, and thousands of the
purest men and women have been con
taminated and ruined simply through
handling the clothing of one infected
with thi9 awful . -
malady, or drink- JHE INNOCENT
mg from the
same vessel and SURFER WITH
using the same r; ....
toilet articles. THE GUILTY.
And when the - " -
real nature of the trouble is known, many
prefer to suffer in silence or leave the
disease to do its worst rather than make
known their condition.
Through our Medical Department we
offer advice and help. Write us freely
about your case, as nothing j-ou say will
ever go beyond our office. Let us help
you to get rid of this fearful disease, for
which some one else no doubt is to blame.
It matters not how long the poison has
been lurking in your system, S. S. S. will
purify and build up your blood, and
eliminate every atom of the deadly virus
from the system and make a complete
and permanent cure.
S. S. S. is the only antidote for Conta
gious Blood Poison and has been curing it,
for fifty years. . It contains no mercury,
potasn or otiier Harm
ful mineral ingredi
ent, but is a purely
vegetable remedy that
cures without leaving
any bad after effects.
Our special Home Treatment book,
gives all the symptoms of this disease.
Ve will mail you a copy free.
Tbe Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
ar.3 fII1 be refunded to ycu fi sHcS USinj
yon ara not caused vfith results.
This Lj our rjaarantea which is good
Only at our cr-ants' named below.
For Salo czid GraaraascccI Only By
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
Estate of Joseph Mills, deceased.
The tjnrternii'ned, havlne been appointed
executors of the laht will and testament of
Jm.tDb Mills, late of tbe County of Rock
Inland. State of Illinois, deetast-d. hereby
gives noi-iee that they will appear before tbe
Co mty Court f Rock lslantl County, at tbe
Count v Court room. In the City of Kock Is-
laco. at tbe wnveir o-r term, op tbe tint Mod
day In November next, at which tim-4 all per
sons having claims against said estate are
notified. na requestea to at eoa for the pur
pose of having tbe fame adjusted. aU per-
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
mane immediate paym -nt to trie undersigned.
Dated this id day of September, a D. 1u2.
Hannah M. Clark,
Sakau E. Levkt,
I J M I VI I and S M n v n
You can beenred of inr fnrm nfinK..
easily, be made well, strong, mntrnftic full of
new me ana vigor by taking NO-TO-BJl CJ
that makes weak men nmnv x i T? 7 '
tet. pounds in ten days. Over BOO.OOO
cared. All druggiti. Cure guaranu-ed. Book
let and advice FREE. Address STERLING
REMEDY CO.. Chicago or New YorkT 437
There were no services in the See
ontl Presbyterian church "Rtindat,,
owing tt the renovation that the
church is undergoing. Rev. Mott I.
Sawyers therefore "delivered the kIidtI
address preceding the eoiniminitm
service at the First church in the
morning. The congregation of the
Second church is enthusiastic over
the prospect of keeping Rev. Saw
ycrs this winter, the attractions of
the work here and at 1'ettcndorf,
where he has been conducting such
successful meetings, having led him
to refuse offer to lecture under th-?
management of the lyceum bureaus.
as lie has for several winters past
Mr. Sawyers has several fine lectures
that have been in demand in the east,
and his Davenport friends are to havt
the opportunity of hearing one or
more of them in a short time.
Trainmaster Kred M. Jones, of the
Hock Island, has received word of the
transfer of his hendiiarters from
Davenport to Des Moines, a change
that will be generally regretted by
his many friends here, lie will con
tinue in charge of the same territory.
the main line from Dos Moines to
Hock Island, that he has had for
some time, and the change is mad'?
on account of the'eonvenience offer
ed by the division dispatcher's otluv.
located at Des Moines.
Mrs. J. F. Priest and children will
leave for te west over the Rock Isl
and Friday morning to join Mr.
Priest in San Francisco ami make
their future home in the (Jolden state
Rev. .1. W. Wethlell is off to Detroit,
where he is to spend the week in at
ttndance upon the annual convention
of the Michigan State Daptist asso
ciation, lie is billed for an address
before that body.
Arthur .losetti, of Chicago, who
was at the head vf the Kaengerbund
in 1M)S. when Davenport scored her
successful record as an entertainer.
is in the city, the guest of the sing
ers and Turners.
Mr. and Mrs. (.'. F. Al len and their
son. llarrv F. Alden, n account of
the poor health of the latter, expect
to leave the last of this month for
San Diego, t'al., where they will
spend the winter.
The names of the two tramps who
were crushed beneath the wheels of
the Knights of Columbus coach as it
was leaving Clinton on the return
trip home early Monday morning, are
Michael Spellmann and Richard Te
inan. The men are still alive, but t
is not thought that they can long
survive the frightful injuries they re
ceived. Mr. anil Mrs. John Hoyt are enter
taining Mr. lloyt's brother." lion.' K.
II. Hoyt, of Creentield, Mass. M. l.
l'oole, brother of Mrs. Hoyt. mid his
wife anil daughter left for their homo
in Ithaca, X. V.. yesterday noon, after
a pleasant visit here for the last
T. A. A. Siegfriedt. one of the Dav
enport young men who in recent
years have followed Horace (ireeley's
advice and gone west, is now a mem
ber of the firm of J. 1!. Lucas &, Co.,
real estate, loans and insurance, at
At a meeting of the directors ol
the Turner hall club last night the
matter of the management f the
hull was la ken up. Fred Knehl, the
present manager, was called in, and
after a discussion of the situation
with the board and in accordance
with the unanimous wish of the di
rectors he reconsidered his resigna
tion. Henry Wohlert. a young man who
recently returned from the Philip
pines, where he was a soldier, died
last night at 9::i0 o'clock at St. Luke's
hospital shortly after being taken to
Secretary I. L. Sears, of the Daven
port Mile Track association, received
a telegram yesterday afternoon from
Myron McIIenry, driver of Dan
Patch, stating that he would arrive
in the city with the great pacer at
?:?A) o'clock this afternoon over the
Rock Island road. The car will be
taken directly to the mile track sid
ing to be unloaded and before sun
down Dan will be gliding around the
track that made his sire famous. Y
will get no fast work today, simply
enough exercise to stretch his sturdy
limbs anil to acquaint himself with
the turns of the track for tomorrow.
The Lutheran synod of Iowa open
ed its 4Sth annual session very pleas
antly last evening at St. Paul's Luth
eran church and will continue in ses
sion today and tomorrow. The at-
COUGHS and COLDS.
For sale at all Druggists.
Price 25 Cents. ' $
tendance from' out of the eity wr.s
not very large last evening, but.many
more delegates arrived in the city to
day, when the s3-nod got down t6 bus
iness: Justice J. S. Altuian yesterday offi
ciated at the marriage of Louis ' A.
Hoffman and Louisa Petersen, both
of Davenport. Mr. Hoffman is a car
penter. Another marriage at which
Justice Altinan officiated yesterday
was that of Rudolph Sibelien anil
Mary Mohr, both of Cedar county.
At the meeting of the Davenport
Whist club, which opens its season
in November, the following officers
were elected: President, Dr. W. L
Allen; vice president, William The
ophilns; secretary, J. C. Hall; treas
urer, J. H. Hass. The vice president
is ex-onlcio chairman of the whist
committee, and the above officers
with the following form the. direc
tory: Charles Francis, Miss A. A.
Mandeville, K. M. White, Mrs.'Georg?
T. P.aker, Dr. Lee Weber, Mrs. W. H.
Fluke and Kmil Palm.
A GOOD DEAL OF NONSENSE.
About "illood I'nrlilera" and "Tonlra."
Every drop of blood, every bone,
nerve and tissue in the body can be
renewed in but one way, and that is.
from wholesome food properly di
gested. There is no other way, and
the idea that a medicine in itself can
purify the blood or supply new tis
sues and strong nerves is ridiculous
and on a par with the fol-de-rol that
dyspepsia or indigestion is a germ
disease or that other fallacy, that a
weak stomach which refuses to di
gest food can be made to tlo so by
irritating and inflaming the bow-els
by pills and cathartics.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets cure in
digestion, sour stomach, gas and
bloating after meals, because they
furnish the digestive principles which
weak stomachs lack, and unless the
deficiency of pepsin and diastase is
supplied it is useless to attempt to
cure stomach trouble by the use of
"tonics," "pills" and "cathartics,"
which have absolutely no digestive
power, and their only effect is to give
a temporary stimulation.
One grain of the active principle in
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will di
gest w.O(K) grains of meat, eggs and
similar foods and experiments have
shown that they will do this in a
glass bottle at proper temperature,
but of course are much more effective
in the stomach.
There is probably no remedy
universally used as Stuart's Tablets,
because it is not only the sick and
ailing, but well people who jise them
at every meal to insure perfect diges
tion and assimilation of the food.
People who enjoy fair health take
Stuart's Tablets as regularly as they
take their meals, because they want
to keep well; prevention is better
than cure, and Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets tlo both; .they prevent indi
gestion and they remove it where it
exists. The regular use of one or
two of them after meals will demon
strate their merit and ttlliciency bit
ter than niiv other argument.
D. A. E. FAV0BS THE STATE
OWNING OLD F0ET MASSZC
The following officers were elected
yesterday afternoon at the closing
session of the annual conference of
the Daughters of the American Revo
lution at Springfield:
Vice regent. Miss May Latham, Lin
coln; secretary. Miss Mary Woodruff,
Dixon; treasurer, Mrs. ilarvey De
Motte, Ploomington; corresponding
secretary. Miss Florence Louise
Mrs. Henrietta Ord Flint, of Oak
Park, declined to allow her name to
go before the conference as u candi
date for state treasurer. The office
of corresponding secretary is a new
The bill prepared by Mrs. Matthev
T. Scott, of ISIoomington, vice presi
dent general of the national society,
providing for the state purchase of
Fort Massac, was indorsed by the
conference and will be brought be
fore the legislature next winter for
Gov. Yates delivered the address of
welcome to the daughters yesterday
morning. Mrs. E. S. Walker welcom
ed the guests on behalf of the Spring
field chapter, and the reply was de
livered by Mrs. Charles H. Deere, 1h
Mrs. Charles W. Foirbanks, presi
dent general of the national society.
delivered on address on "Continental
Hall." The Rt. Rev. George F. Sev-
mour, bishop of Springfield, delivered
an address on "Womvn, the Connect
ing Ling Iletvveen War and Peace."
Rushville, lnd. Messrs. Ely l!ros.
I have been a great sufferer f rom cat
arrh and hay fever ' and tried many
things, but found no permanent re
lief until I found it in Ely's Cream
Balm about eight years ago, and we
have been fast friends ever since.
(Rev.) R. M. Ilentley.
Messrs. Ely l'ros.: Find enclosed 50
cent, for which please send me your
Cream Ilalm. I find your remedy th?
quickest and most permanent cure
for cold in the head, catarrh, etc.
Yours truly, Dell M. Potter, Gen. Mgr.
Arizona Gold Mining Company.
"WatcH the Kidneys."
"When they are afflicted, life is in
danger," says Dr. Abernethy, the
great" English physician. "Foley's
Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys.
All druggists. ,
- linran Twr Kldieri t
TW ITnhha'RMirulH Plllsenrffall klrtn Ilia. flam.
Die free. Ado. Sterling Bemsaj Co..Chioa-o or N. T-
Mr. and Mrs. C. (). Kason go to
Portsmouth, NV H., this week, where
they will spend the winter. Miss Hel
en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Xason,
who is ut school at Andover, Mass..
will spend her fall and winter vaca
tion with her parents.
Last Sundav John Pikson and Hen
rietta Dettnian were married at the
Hickory Grove church, east of the
city, the wedding being attended by
several Moline parties. Among those
present were Herman Milde and wife
and Albert Wiedenhoft and wife.
John Lusk and wife, living at 1201
Fourth avenue, are happy because
Monday they celebrated their 41tu
wedding anniversary in a quiet way at
their home and if they are spared an
other year' they will be able to cele
brate their golden wedding in lOO.'l.
They were married by Rev. Hayes, of
the Congregational church in Rock
lsjHid. They entered together int't
matrimonial life Oct. 13, 1S.":$, Mr.
Lusk beinga Moline boy. I.ut Mrs. Lusk
then lived in Rock Island. They re
mained in Rock Island for a short
time, then moved to Rock river, where
they lived until April, 1SG0, when
they moved to Moline, making their
home'at the corner of Twelfth street
and Fourth avenue for nearly thirty
years, after which they moved into
their present home.
George E. Hiersemann, the livery
man, had Charles Liindgrcn arrested
for keeping money which had been
paid him for rental of outfits from
the barn and then not turning the
money in. It amounted to between $30
and :M0. but in court yesterday on
his promise to pay it he was released
The trustees of St. Paul's A. M. E.
church have decided to take up sub--teripti'on.s
among the 4S members
and f)thers to cancel the debt of $44S,
the balance remaining with the build
ing and loan association. This even
ing there will be prayer meeting, Fri
day at 2:00 o'clock, the stewardess
board meets with Mrs. Robert 15rad
lyy. Friday at 7:30 the teachers meet
.vi'th Mrs. L. 1?. Tarvcr, 10U Thirteenth
avenue. Saturday from 2 till '.t:00
o'clock the Mite Missionary society
will give a tea at the home of Mrs.
James Higgins, 134" Seventh avenue.
Friends of Mrs. Henry Anderson.
20n Fourth avenue, will be pleased lo
know that she returned yesterday
from Chicago but not, however, under
the same name. Last week she went
to Chicago and there met Peter lleh
iner, of Davenport, antl they were
married in that city. The happy
groom is a traveling salesman for a
Davenport firm, and they will make
their future home in Davenport.
'Miiltne ' citizens in mass meeting
Monday evening expressed their sym
pathy with the cause of the striking
coal miners and backed up their state
ments with donations of cash. Stir
ring sH'echcs were delivered, resolu
tions condemning the coal operators
for their injustice and unfairness
were passed and a relief fund was
started with cash donations of $n.fin,
and promises to pay for much more
than that. Many ladies were present.
Although Moline malleable foun
dries were never interested as mem
bers in the proposed combination of
the large iron works of the country,
the manufacturers here will be inter
ested in knowing that the deal has
about fallen through. Last week a
conference was called in Chicago of
the members of the merger, and i
was thought that at that time the
combination could be successfully
carried through, but some of the
companies failed to come up to the
Directors of the Mutual Wheel
company yesterday heard an inter-
Uesting report of a vast amount of
business done by the local concern
during the year just closed, and were
pleased with the announcement that
a healthy dividend might be declared.
It was the annual meeting of the di
rectory, and the dividend was order
ed paid to the stockholders. The re
port of the year's manufacturing
showed that a "total of 75.000 sets of
wheels had been turned out, a con
siderable increase over any previous
year. The following officers were
elected: President, J. L. Robinson,
Freeport; vice president. J. C. Moon.
St. Louis; secretary-treasurer.George
McMaster. .Rock lslantl. The office of
treasurer, long held by the late W.
W. Wells, was combined with that of
The following scores out of a pos
sible 23 clay birds were made by the
Highland (inn club members at their
monthly shoot Saturday: J. D. Met.
gar, 22; J. Montgomery. 21; Ed Mar
tin. 21; C. Coryn, 20; W. Wolter, 20;
II. Dristol, 20; E. Grafton. 20; J. Coop
er. 19; F. A. Herbst, 18; G. Olson, 17;
Burton Peek. 10; J. Lindvall. 15; C.
Curtis,, 15; F. Dein, 15; W. Reimers,
14; J. Kern, 12; II. Vierieh, 12; W.
(Jransden. 11; E. Van Daele, 9; J. Ros
Miss Blanche Flynn, of Rock Isl
and, was operated upon at the Moline
city hospital Saturday for the remov
al of a tumor, the size of an unhulled
walnut, from the left hand.
Gov. Yates, addressed the largest
ineetiug of the campaign in this city
nt Industrial hall last nitfht. lie de
clared his intention. of recommending
to the .legislature the passage or a
law keeping convict labor wholly!
apart from free' labor. He pointed
with pride to n surplu in the state
treasury of $3,000,000, an increase of
$2,000,000 -since 'Gov. Tanner retired.
"I think I earn my salary," said the
governor;' "A gootl governor gets up
at 6 in the morning." he continue:!.
At this juncture'a fat man on the top
tier of seats fell to the floor. The
audience roared, and whtn quiet was
restored the governor good-ua I tirctlly
expressed surprise that his remark";
should have such effect.
The marriage of Lieut. John II. Por
ter. of Buffalo. N. Y.. and Miss Ger
trude Stephens, daughter of G. A.
Stephens, president of the Moline
Plow company, was solemnized at 11
o'clock this morning at the home f
the bride's late grandfather. Gcorg
Stephens, tint of respect for whos:
memory and that of the father of the
groom whose death occurred i.nlv re
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE
BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS,
Sick Headache. Constipation,
Wind and Pains in Stomach, Impaired Digestion,
Disordered Liver and Female Ailments.
The Sstlo now exceeds SIX MILLION Boxes per Annum
Prepared only by tbe Proprietor, THOMAS BEECHAM, St. Helens, England.-
Sold Everywhere, in Boxes, TOc. and 25c.
V. S. A. Depot, 365 Canal Street, New York.
Isn't if Wo lie.
People who Buffer from habitual constipation with all its attendant ills,
fljgpetl stomach and Kwels, sluggish liver, heartburn, indigestion, and thin
and impure blood, are too apt to believe that the only remedy is violent
' purgatives. The contrary is the easel Such cathartics, even if they d lnoyo
the bowels, are irritating and griping, leave the stomach iullamed and enfeebled
and the constipated condition recurs with greater difficulty of care and the
sufferer constantly growing worse. There t a laxative that moves the
bowels without pain or griping, cleanses the stomach, sharpens the appetite,
stimulates the liver, strengthens the nerves, and purifies the Mood, while its
marvellous tonic properties tone up the entire system aud keep it healthy.
Its remarkable tonic properties reach every organ the liver, kidneys
and stomach, nerve, heart and brain and removes the cause of your debil
itated condition. This is the only way to secure an absolute and permanent
Laxakola is the only medicine for babies, is purely vegetable and its
action is gentle, speedy and effective. For coated tongue, simple fcviTo
colds, chills and languid feeling it is the ideal medicine.
It tastes good. ' Children UJce it and ask for it.
tlie creat tonic laxative, is not only the most cFicicnt of family remedies, b-jt te most
economical, because it combines two medicines, vil : laxative and tonic, a-.d at one price. No ..thrr
remedy res so much fir t!i nmry. At drucuists, 25c. and 60c., or send (or Iree sample lo LAXAK HA
CO ltZ Nassau Street, N. Y., or Kcarborn Street, Chicago.
For sale "by Hart2 & Balmsen Co.
Mrs. LaLiira S. Webb,
Vice-President of Vomen's Democratic Clubs of Northern Ohio.
-w-IUEKE ARE M-A-Nl
gj I sickly women be-
I tween the acres of
45 and 55, but there are
very few invalids oyer 55
and 60 years of age. The
change of life coming to
a woman near her forty
lourth year, either makes
her an invalid or gives
her a new lease on life. Those who
meet this change in ill health sel
dom live ten years afterward, while
a woman who lays aside the active
duties of womanhood in health sel
dom fails to live on in happiness,
years after she has passed 60. This
is truly a critical time.
Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo,
Ohio, recognizes the change of life
as a dangerous period and she also
has faith in Wine of Cardui. She
"As I had always been troubled more
or less at the menstrual period I dreaded
llrt. Laura S. Webb.
WINE of CARD
How to Get Rid of Your Old Clothing.
Xotify J. M. Seigel, "320 Twentieth street, and we will call on you and
pay you the highest cash price for it.
cently, the wedding was made as sim
ple as possible, only immediate rela
tives attending. Rev. W. W. Willart!
t fh'ciated and- at" 1:30 the couple left
for the east. Their home will be
Buffalo, where the groom is at the
head of a steel plant.
Sam Rosenfield. of 415' Ninth street,
left today for Springfield, where he
will attend a-meeting' of the Illinois
Building and Loan associations as a
delegate from the local association.
S. S. Crompton departed today for
Chicago, where he goes 'to attend the
reunion of his old regiment.
Anyone offering you Rocky Moun
tain Tea not made by the Madison
Medicine Company is after your mon
ey. Beware of such dealers. 35 cents.
T. II. Thomas pharmacy.'
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