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jCHE AIIGU, TIIUKSDAX, 13, 1902.
I Always the Same
i ' Good Old
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.The ' Pride of Milwaukee.
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chure Which Tells Why
BLATZ BEER IS RIGHT.
TONIC IOB THE WEAK
All Druggists or Direct.
Val Blau Brewing; Co , Milwaukee
BEARDSLEY A BAII.EY, Wholesale
Dealers, 217 Eighteenth St. Phone 1125
all bladder and
to be the best for
THE GRAND HOTEL
offers the best accommodations, and
the original springs is located with
in the grounds.
For rates and other information
. WILLIAM FREY,
Grand Hotel. Colfax. Iowa.
TH1 TBATELSR8' QUID!.
1HICAUO. RjCK ISLAND
A Pacific R all w ay Tloke'
can be purchased at city
Ticket office. 1818 Second art-
cue, or Q, K. I. & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty
first street. Peoria branch depot, foot of
Twentieth street. Trank U. Plumaier, C. P. A.
Golden St ate L. mlted
Denver Limited A Omaha. .
Ft. Worth, Dearer 4K.C.
Davenport A Chicago
tOmaha A Minneapolis...
Colorado A Omaha
Des Moines A Omaha
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.
Des Moines Express
St. Paul A Minneapolis .
Denver, Ft. Worth A K.X3.
IKansaaCIty.St Joe ACalif.
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It 3:45 am
It fi-.M air
t 7:00 pm
t 8:53 pm
t 9:25 am
t 3:00 am
t 0:52 am
t 9 25 pm
t 6:57 am
t 3:25 pm
t R-20 run
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t 1:5 pm
3: 40 am
t 2:15 pm
t Roc It Island A Washington
Chicatro A DenMoioes
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ac
lit 7:10 am
$Omaha A Rock Island..,
El Paso A San Francisco
tCedar R.pids. Tipton ...
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It 4:53 pm
ROCK 18IJIKD AND PBOBIA DlVIStOW
Trains leave Twentieth street station Mam
line trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes in advance of time Riven.
Peoria, Springfield. St. I.
8:10 am 9 40 pm
1:45 pm $5:55 pm
3:30 am $4.56 pm
$1:30 pm i 20 pm
t$: 45 am
Feorla, Springfield, Indlan-
a polls. umcifln.niuum
Inrton, St. Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis. Cin
cinnati, Blooming ton....
UaDie Bnerrara iconu,
Cable A Sherrard Aceom.
Arrival- tleparture tDally. except Sun
day. Phone West 1093, West 1138. West 1423.
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON A
Quincy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
8:50 am 0:35 am
t8:50am t8:35 am
t2:50pm tl2:ll pm
87:25 pm 7:10 pm
f7:25pm t7:10 pm
t6:20 am t:20 pm
s7:40 pm fl:25 am
7-00 am t7:00 pm
s7:00am 7:00 pm
St. Louis. Snrinefleld
Galesburg, Peoria and
Sterling. Mendota and
Peoria, Beards town, Bur
lington, Denver and
Bt. Louis. Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Bterllng and points ln-l
East Mollne (suburban)..
Dubuque, Clinton, La
Crosse. St. Paul. Minn
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuaue, and
Clinton and Intermediate
s Stop at hock Island 88 minutes for meals,
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
A Bt. Paul R.llway. D.,
R. L A N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
asent. The trains lor Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for jfreenort and Milwaukee will run
Clinton and Savanna.
AU trains will connect at savanna for points
east and west.
THAI MS. -
Dubuque and Bt. Paul Pas
Dubuque and bt. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
All trains dally except Sunday
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mas
catine. New Boston, Keithsburg.Oquaw
ka and Burlington.
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4
. r r- : :i. y ., ,-..r-3
M. K. Keener, of Clinton, and Miss
Emma Wittig were married last even
ing1 at the home of the bride, 321 East
Fourth street, Uev. C. C. Davis officiating-.
Last evening at the home of the
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Justav
Kckermann. 1933 Iowa street, was sol
emnized the marriage of Aelolph Kck
ermann and Miss Emma. ,C5, Kraft
maer, daughter of Mrs. Eva Kraft
maer. Uev. W. II. IWancke performed
Coming down toWji 011 a.. loop line,
street car yesterday several men
standing on the platform of the trail
er commented ' on the fact that the
handles of the brakes were not the
bright and shining brass handles us
ually seen. The reason therefor is
that brass thieves have been at work
again. When the time eame to put
on the trailers this fall it was learned
that the brass handles had been sto
len off of the majority of the cars
and it was necessary to rig them up
with the present arrangement. Just
when the theft occurred is not known
and there is 110 clew to the thieret.
The cars were stored in the new sec
tion of the street car barn in this
Yesterday afternoon at 2:.i0 o'clock
at the parsonage of the St. Paul's
Lutheran church took place the mar
riage of Miss Margaret l'austian and
Chester O. Ward, Kev. W. II. Pdancke
officiating. The bridal pair were at
tended by Miss Bertha l'austian. sis
ter of the bride, ami Walter Mill ford.
Justice J. S. Altruan vesterdav ier-
formed the marriaire ceremonv foi
Joseph Schesser an:l Miss Lena T!ur
meister. the former of this city and
the latter of Long drove. Justice Alt-
man officiated also at the marriage
of James I. Lees and Marv A. Wool v.
both of Coal Valley, 111.
The annual elect ion of the officers
of the Mystic Toilers No. 70. was held
Tuesday evening at Hibernian hall
and resulted as follows: President,
(leorge J. Strom berg; vice president.
U. J. Morris; secretary, Mrs. Horence
Murray; treasurer. Jay J. Enderton.
An order has been left with Clerk
of the Courts J. F. Cheek not to issue
a marriage license to John Knright,
aged 42 years, and Ada M. Park, aged
15. both of Cordova. The order was
filed bv Mrs. Park,t who thinks that
the couple came to this city
yesterday to be maried. She reached
the clerk's office in the afternoon and
in flurried tones demanded, Ilave
they got a license yet?" I'pon in
quiry as to who "they" arc sh'e ex
plained that her young daughter and
a much older man had come to this
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
-Kates as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage ia so
licited. Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Xewark, N. J.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders' Ins. Co Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co Rockford, 111.
Security Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. Rockford, 111.
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
It's Quality That Counts
In Coal It's quality that makes
heat. It's quality that retains It, It
is quality that makes possible
consumption of SO per cent of
the combustible part of it, leav
ing1 a light, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
bills you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unburnables. The eoal
we handle both hard and soft de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
Um jinj "''SBSnsBBWa"SaT
city in a carriage, presumably to be
come one. She had followed them on
the train and went first to Rock Isl
and where she filed a similar order
of estoppal.' So if John and Ada real
ly want to marry they will have to
travel farther vet.
II. L. Williams, for the past three
years division roadmaster for the
Rock Island road, with headquarters
in the new depot building in this city,
lias resigned his position and his suc
cessor is expected here tomorrow.
The exact cause of Mr. Williams' res
ignation is not known, although it is
presumed that u recent visit of a
number of the high officials of the
road to this cit3' had something to do
with the change. Mr. Williams could
not be seen, but it is understood from
other sources thnt he has a position
in view with a road in Michigan and
that he will leave for that place as
soon as his successor arrives here to
relieve him of the work that devolv
es upon his office. Another impor
tant change in railway circles at this
)Mint, is the removal of the office of
the superintendent of bridges from
Davenport to Des Moines. This office
has for some time been in charge of
A. Lepard and both he and his assist
ants will now of necessity be obliged
to remove their residences to the
Yesterday --at his home. 7:53 East
Thirteenth street, occurred the death
of Abraham Curtis, one of the oldest
settlers of the county. Mr. Curtis
had reached the ripe age of So years
and death was due to infirmities. He
had also been a sufferer for many
years from liver troubK. Deceased
was born in Troy, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1S17,
and was raised on a farm. He came
to Scott county in 1S52 and located on
a farm hi Hickory (Jrovc. In 18S0 lie
moved to Davenport and has made
this city his home ever since. The sur
vivors are his wife, Mary, and three
adopted children, (jeorge M. Curtis, of
Long Grove, Mrs. J. R. Dodge, of
Stuart, la., and Lester Adams, of
Cambridge, X. Y.. a step-daughter,
Miss Nellie Ray, of this city, three
brothers, Harmon H.,of San lose.
Calif., Phineas and Robert, of this
city, and a sister, Mrs. C. C. Rurch, of
Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock at her
home in Columbus Junction. In., oc
curred the denth of Mrs. Sarah Jr.,
Stark, at the age of 77 years. The
cause of death was aioplexy. The
remains arrived in this city yesterday
evening at 5:45 o'clock, and were
brought to the home of her son, New
ton Stark, on the Pleasant Valley
road. The funeral was held from the
residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock
with interment at the Valley City
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Flfty-clsht employes of ..the Law
rence Furnace- company, nt I ronton.
O., struck because four union men had
been notined to vacate coinpnu prop
erty. General Chaffee, it is expected, will
go direct from San Francisco to New
York, save for a brief stop at Chi
cago. Germany hiis sent a professor from
the I'niversity of Tubingen to study
the volcanoes of Central America.
Heart broken because her husband
refused to return to her. Mrs. Mary
Milike. a Chicago woman, tried to com
Charles Drake, a Lake Shore rail
road engineer of Goshen, Iud.. was
grau ted a -divorce from his wife, Lydia
Drake, on ine ground that she is a
Use of the mails lias been denied the
Whisky Tablet company, ' of Kausas
The Hudnul Hominy mills at St.
Joseph. Mo., one of the largest con
cerns of its kind In the country, Is a
wreck by fire. Ixiss. ?1)0,0X.
Judge Sherwood, in nn opinion in the
Minnesota supreme court, declared un
constitutional the state whisky tax
Miss . Mavis Storms, of St. Louis,
Mo., killed in an automobile accident at
Girls nt Chicago in the "Presto" fac
tory to the number of 400 have struck'
and organized a union.
General Tasker Hliss has been sent
to Cuba to see how the Island Is pros
pering apropos to reciprocity.
V. Godfrey Hunter has tendered bis
resignation , as United minister to
Guatemala, and Leslie Combs, of Ken
tucky, will succeed him.
Evansvllle, Ind., gets the next meet
ing of the Ohio Valley Improvement
Mall advices from south China re
port a recrudescence of the rebellion
In Kwangsi, some time ago reported
to hare been suppressed.
A Thanksgiving; Dinner
Heavy eating is usually the first
cause for indigestion. Repeated at
tacks inflame the mucous membranes
lining the stomach, exposes the
nerves of the stomach, producing a
swelling after eating, heartburn,
headache, sour risings and finally
catarrh of the stomach. Kodal re
lieves the inflammation, .protects the
nerves and cures the catarrh. Kodal
cures indigestion, dyspepsia, all stom
ach troubles by cleansing and sweet
ening the glands oi the stomach.
Harper House Pharmacy, A. J.
Riess drug store, corner Seventh Ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
Years of suffering relieved in a
night. Itching piles yield at once to
the curative properties of Doan's Oint
ment. Never fails. At any drug store,
The members of Emanuel Lutheran
church will hold a bazaar beginning
Nov. 26 and lasting through Nov. 21).
It is expected that the new church at
Forty-sixth street in Walker Station
will be finished by that time and that
the sale will be held there. The work
on the structure is progressing nicely
and the walls are now up. The ladies
of the church have charge of the sale
and are preparing the articles that
will be displayed there for the benefit
of the purchaser, and it is expected
that the money realized will help ma
terially in the raising of the money
to defray the cost of the erection of
Steps were taken Tuesday evening
by the board of education when the
proixisition was referred to the teach
ers' committee for report, which may
result in the organization of a school
for delinquents in the public school
system of the city. Supt. Cox advo
cated such a school and declared that
some such plan was the only means
of saving boys who are doing no
good to themselves in the? graded
classes and are a detriment to the
work of other pupils.. Such a school
would be ungraded and include pu
pils of all ages.
George W. Johnson, president of
the Moline Furniture works, was at
Juliet Tuesday and purchased a new
Rates engine for his factory. The
business of the company has increas
ed to such an extent that the engine
which was supposed to be large
enough to do them for years has
proved to be too small and they have
to dispose of the same to give place
to the new engine. The output of the
above company has about doubled
what it was two years ago, which is
certainly encouraging and speaks
well for the able management of the
Members of the Woman's Hospital
association held their annual meet
ing with the president, Mrs. E. I?. Mc-
Keever, Tuesday, and elected the fol
lowing officers: President. Mrs. E. 15
McKeever; vice president. Mrs. J. II
Porter; recording secretary, Mrs. (5,
W. Walker; treasurer. Mrs. J. E.
Poole. The probation of Mrs. I'arrett
in the training school was approved
and she was entered as a student. An
application was received from a
young lady in Michigan and filed.
About seventy-five couples attended
the dance given Tuesday evening by
Company F at the Armory in Skinner
Annex. The apearance of a num
ber of the members of the company
in uniform gave the affair a semi
military complexion. The music was
furnished by Freed's orchestra, some
twenty numbers being given, many
of which were encored.
The Century club met Tuesday ev
ening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
W. Cooper, the subject of the evening
being "Life and Writings of Robert
bonis Stevenson." Miss Lucy Evans
had charge of the program, papers
being read by Silas Ilowlett on flu-
biography of Stevenson; by Miss Ab
ide Day on his life at Vallima; Miss
Evans reading extracts and eulogies
from the writings of tithcr authors
referring to him, while Mis Water
man read several of his poems. The
musical side of the program was not
neglected and Miss Wiard sang two
of his ballads which have been set t
music. The program was followed by
the serving of refreshments.
The Epworth League sul-district
convention came to a close at noon
yesterday. I he morning s meeting
was called to order at H;30 bv Miss
Adams, of Erie. C. S. Trevor, of the
Moline Second church, was first on
the program with a paper on the
"Study of the Rible." In the absence
of Rev. E. E. Meeeham, of Hillsdale.
Rev. A. E. I eider, of the Moline Second
church, led the discussion on the
"Spiritual Department." The discus
sion was participated in by Rev. Al
ford, C. S. Trevor, Rev. Crumbaker
and Rev. Wright. Junior League work
was discussed by Rev. E. W. Thomp
son, if Erie, while Rev. G. E. Alford,
of Atkinson, spoke on "Systematic
Giving." Raymond C. Ricker, of Mo
line, illustrated the needs of mission
ary work by a talk and charts.
Mrs. Elizabeth McEniry's home at
1910 Third avenue was the scene of a
happy family reunion this week. The
company included her daughters,
Mrs. T. T. Dwyer, of St. LoubM, and
Miss Mollie, of Moline, and her sons,
M. F. McEniry and wife, of Lenox,
Iowa, their sons, William, of Moline.
and Frank, of Galena; John J. and
wife and M. J., of Moline, and Hon.
William McEniry and family, of Rock
Island. Resides her immediate fam
ily there were present her nephews,
John Daly and Thomas Green, of
Rock Island; John McMahon. of Au
dubon, Iowa; Will uesmond, of Wood
stock, 111., and her nieces. Misses Ella
Daly, Alice Green, of Rock Island,
Josephine Cleary, of New Orleans,
and Nora McEniry, of Davenport. At
noon an elaborate dinner was served
in seven courses. The afternoon was
passed in n delightful social way,
many vocal and instrumental solos
being rendered and many pleasant
reminiscences of bygones were recall
ed. The happy event will be long re
membered by Grandma McEniry and
all those who were present.
That portion of the interurhan line
completed from Moline to East Mo
line was formally opened at noon to
day, representatives of the company,
city officials and newspaper men mak
ing up the party that took the initial
trip. Two cars were run. At East
Moline luncheon was served in the
office of the Union Malleable I ron
company ami addresses were made by
Mayor Wessel. officers of the line, ald
ermen, and others, all dwelling on the
importance of the event, the starting
of electric rail communication be
tween the towns ejf Rock Island and
adjoining counties. In a few months
the line will be completed to Water
town, and next summer it is expected
to build on to Port Byron. Regular
service will be inaugurated tomorrow
morning at 5:30. Week days there?
will be half hour trips and 20-minute
trips Sundays. The fare will be :!
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
One hundred miles
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
trains daiV .
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route' and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Another I.ciw Kate Kxrnrxluii
to eastern points reached by the Nick
el Plate road, will leave- Chicago Nov.
11th, 12th and Rltti, 1!02, at rate of
one fare for the round trip, plus $rj.
15y depositing return portion of tick
et with agent of terminal line at des
tination, a liberal return limit will be
granted. John Y. Calahan, general
agent, 113 Adams street, Chicago,
will be pleased to furnish any addi
tional information. s
DlfncnltieM of Oar LauKnoue.
A Frenchman came to England to
learn English, and the following sen
tence was given him:
"The rough cough and hiccough
plough me through." The teacher told
him the first word was pronounced
ruff. He thereupon said this: "The ruff
cuff and hiccuff pluff me thruff."
"No, no, the second word is pro
nounced 'toff.' "
"Them," said the Frenchman, "it
must be the roff coff and hiccoff ploff
The third, fourth smd fifth words
were explained with the same result,
which the reader may repeat for him
self. London Express.
A Startling Surprise.
Very few could believe in looking at
A. T. lloi.dley, a healthy, robust black
smith, of Tildcn, Ind., that for 10
years he sutTered such tortures from
rheumatism as lew could endure and
live. Rut a wonderful change follow
ed his taking Electric Litters. "Two
bottles wholly cured me," he writes,
"and I have not felt a twinge in over
a year." They regulate the kidneys,
purify the blood and curt" rheuma
tism, neuralgia, nervousness, improve
digestion and give perfect health. Try
them. Only :.0 cents, at Hartz & Ulle
meyer's drug store.
"Little Colds" neglected -thousands
of lives sacrilie-cd every year. lr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup e-tire-s lit
tle" colds e-ures big colds too. down
to the very verge of consumption.
X forms of Mala
X ria.1 and R.hevi-
ma He, trnti r1fs : 1
You know the effect of Qui- r
You know the effect of
Combined they make the
Best Tonic known.
: LEMBERG & DETLEFSEN,
X Wholesale Liquor Dealers. ROCK ISLAND. ILL. 1726 Third Avenue X
Wifehood as the Test of
Good "Woman lYlio Mates
a Bad IVife.
Marriage was a serious thiflg to the
grandparents and great grandparents i
of the present generation. No woman
entered lightly upon wedlock. She
knew that she was going to found a
family, and that she must be equal to
all the responsibilities of the position
she assumed. She must be able to
order her own household; to knit, sew,
spin, make bread, butter, soap, candles,
and indeed care for and clothe a whole
family. She must not be craven when
the whoop of the Indian warned of a
dreadful danger. She must stand by
her husband, gun in hand.
How many women of to-day could
undertake wifehood under such condi
tions? Few indeed. Not because the
modern American woman lacks cour
age, but because she lacks as a rule the
physical health which is the indispensa
ble qualification for a life such as was
lived by the women of the past.
That is why a good woman may be a
bad wife. Virtue and goodness are ex
cellent things in women, but to guide a
house and bear children demands above
all sound physical health.
To a great number of women the
house they live in is almost on a par
with a prison. It is prison-like in the
monotonous regularity of daily duties ;
prison-like in the absence of all pleasure
in what is done or joy in the doing.
And the reason is to be found in
womanly ill-health. Few women realize
how intimately the general health is re
lated to the health of the delicate
womanly organs. A woman may suffer
with heart "trouble," disorders of kid
neys, liver or stomach, or with nervous
Srostration as a result of a diseased con
ition of the womanly organism. Many
such women "doctor" for years for
various diseases and wonder why they
don't get better. They can't get better
until the womanly organism is entirely
cured of its diseases.
This is not theory. It is a statement
of simple facts founded upon the testi
mony of hundreds of thousands of
women who have been cured of woman
ly diseases by the use of Dr. Tierce's
Favorite Prescription. They had been
just "dragging around" for years, with
throbbing heads and aching backs, nerv
ous, dyspeptic, miserable. The once
fresh colored cheeks had grown sallow,
the eyes were dull, the body had lost
its plumpness. They had in numerous
instances tried many doctors and medi
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at their disposal. At last some friend
or neighbor who has personally proved
the curative power of "Favorite Pre
scription" recommends the use of this
medicine and that in almost every case
means another sick woman made well
ASTONISHED THE DOCTOR.
"When I first wrote to you I did not
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Harris, of Gay ville, Yankton Co., S. Dak.
"At that time I did not tell you every
thing. When I wrote you I had just
got home from the Hospital at Minne
apolis, Minn. Had been there one
month. Could not see as I was bene
fited any there, so I came home,
thinking there was no help for me,
and every one here said that I could
not live. I would have sinking spells
every day. Sometimes they would
last an hour or more and I would
be so weak it seemed
almost impossible for me
to breathe at all. Had
night -sweats for three
months, and my clothes
would be just as wet as
could be. Had uterine
trouble also till I thought
I would lose my mind:
also had heart trouble so
badly I did not know
I. fpSiJ what to do. I suffered ev
li4 N" jiln erylbing one could think
of. We paid out so, much
money for doctoring, and
there was nothing that did
me any good till I con
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Favorite Prescription and
Golden Medical Discov
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faith in these medicines
at all, but I am only too
glad to say that in three
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icine I could see a change
for the better. In a week
I could sit up and then
I commenced the treat
ment for uterine trouble.
In three weeks I was able
to be around the house some. I have
taken nearly twelvo bottles of the medi
cine and still continue to take it. I
am getting better right along, can ride
or walk any place. I can never praise
your medicine enough.
"Thedoctor here says that he never
would have believed that your medicine
could have done so much for any one if
he had not seen what it has done for
me. He also told me to keep on taking
it, for he could not help me. I thank
you a thousand times for your kind
advice and for your medicine."
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Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
unrivaled as a safe and sure medicine
for the cure of womanly diseases. It
establishes regularity, dries- unhealthy
drains, heals inflammation and ulcera
tion and cures female weakness. It is
the best preparative for motherhood,
giving vigor to the body and buoyancy
to the mind. It so strengthens the
organs of maternity that it makes the
baby's advent practically painless. As
a touic for nursing mothers it has no
equal. It increases the nutritive secre
tions and strengthens and nourishes
both child and mother.
Weak and sick women are invited
to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free.
AH correspondence strictly ""private''
, and sacredly confidential. Address Dr.""
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Accept no substitute for "Favorite
Prescription." There is nothing "just
as good" for weak and sickly women.
A WONDERFUL BOOK.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is a wonderful book, condens
ing as it does into 1008 large pages a
mass of medical and hygienic informa
tion invaluable to every woman. It is
especially wonderful in that it is sent
free to any woman on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send
31 one-cent stamps for the book in cloth
binding, or 21 stamps for the book ia
paper-covers.- Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. V.
A Stimulant that t
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and registered labels, to
imitate is felony. Put up X
in bottles only and sold
by liquor dealers and