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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1903.
look: out f
The cold-wave flag
Means zero weather,
icy, moisture - laden
winds, and the begin
ning of winter in earn
est. To Catarrh suffer
sra ther im tiothin
:heering in these climatic changes, fl
til the disagreeable symptoms of Catarrh
tppear: blinding headaches, dizziness, a
stuffy feeling about the nose that makes
wreathing difficult, chest pains, and as the
lisease progresses, a discharge of pan scat
jig matter from the throat and nose keeps
ne continually hawking and spitting.
' Catarrh is a most disgusting disease,
fhe foul mucous secretions that are con
itantly dropping back into the stomach
routaininate and poison the blood and is
iistributed throughout the body, and it
en becomes a deep-seated, systemic,
persistent disease that must be treated
ihrough the blood, for it is beyond the
' reach of sprays, washes, powders or ex-
' :ernal treatment of any kind.
S. S. S. soon clears the system of all
Catarrhal matter and purges the blood of
:be irritating poisons, thus effectually
checking the further progress of this sen-
us and far reaching disease.
Look out for Catarrh in winter, for cold
rtirs the blood and causes excessive sec re
lion of mucus and brings to life all the
slumbering poisons that make Catarrh
the most abominable
of all diseases. S.S.S.
keeps the blood in
such perfect order
that cold waves cause
no alarm and the
change from the heat of summer to the
rigors of winter produce no hurtful effects.
Write us if you have Catarrh, and our
Physicians will advise you without charge.
Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, 6a.
DintCTlON CHAMBERUN.KINDTA COMPANY.
Sunday, Jan. 25..
Second successful season of the powerful
and tliriliicg conieiiy-draina. cntitleil
Man to Man.
Uc.idcd by Whitman & Davis. An up-to-dale
story ot toa.iy.
CARLOAD OP SPECIAL. SCENERY. I
ENORMOUS ELECTRICAL. EXPLOSION
Singing and dincinjr specialties. Lookout
for the Dancing Uear.
Prices: 25, 3.1, and 50 cents.
Seats on sale Fridav morning.
Monday, Jan. 26.
Charles Astor Parker presents Clyde Fitch's
uoparalleled dramatic Triumph
'A play that poes straight to the
heart.' N. Y. Herald.
Introducing MISS MARY ELIZABETH
F O R. B E S .
America's most beautiful Actress.
Prices: 2.. 50. 7.1c and $1.00.
Seats on sale Saturday.
Direction Chamrerun. Kindt a company.
Tuesday, Jan. 27.
The 1 (anlns Pantomimic Spectacle
Le Voyage en Suisse
OK; A TKIP TO SWITZERLAND.
Under the management of the Bros.
Dyrne. John V. Byrne, sole pro-lrietor.
Some of Their Marvelous Features:
The Collapse of the Stage Coach.
The Explosion of the Bailroad Train
The Wonderful Avalanche Scene.
The Wreck of the CiiH-Kulm Hotel
Prices: 2", 50 and 75 cents.
Seats on sale Monday at the Illinois
. oVkcctiom CMAMeeftuN.KiNpT A Company.
Wednesday, Jan. 28.
The young' character comedian,
J. C LEWIS
and bis liijr company in the beautiful
scenic production of the realistic
rural farce coined v
A carload of special scenery carried
for the production.
Finest Solo Orchestra on the IJoad.
Watch for the original Country Hand
parade. All new features
Prices: 25, 35 and 50 cents,
lie-served seats on sale Tuesday at
TREATMENTphlne & Tobacco
habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of MU
jiois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO
WrM for literature UAHYERS. IU-
Dr. Strohbchn reported two cases
of chickenpox to the board of health
yesterday. The patients are little
folks, Henry Ileeschen, agvd .1, and
Louisa Strohbchn. aged , living at
Xo. Di:i and -No. !21, respectively, on
West Sixth strict. Dr. William Miller
reported a case of smallpox. The pa
tient is i.i.ie Hinrichsen, aged
years, residing with her parents at
211i .Main street. She is quarantined
at her home.
Lamed licinhold, M-month-old son
of Air. and Mrs. Bernard llanssen,
died Wednesday night of croup. Th
funeral occurred this afternoon froin
O. . La Hash has received word of
the death of his mother at Manito,
III. She was 7S years of age.
The jury in the case of .lames Pope
cnargeu wun assault upon Ins own
laughter, returned a verdict of guil
Capt. Lmi Brtson. president of the
Business Men's association, has se
lected the. chairmen of the various
committees, and will present them to
the association for ratification. The
chairmen with theoflieers constitute
the executive board. The new ap
pointees will select their i.wn aides
later. The. chairmen are as -follows:
Manufacturers. K. C. Roberts; trans
portalion. Thomas F. l.'alligan; fi
nance. Hugo K. Krohn; local trade,
K. ,1. llenningbauni; entertainment. K.
W. Kelly; advisory, Ben II. Hornby
bylaws and membership, F. D. Letts;
house committee. .1. A. I.e Claire.
The directors of the l'nion Savings
bank have elected their officers for the
ensuing year. The only change i'i the
personnel is that of vice president.
Fred- B. Sharon being succeeded by H.
F. P.artcmeyer. The othcers are:
President. .1. W. Ballard; vice presi
dent, II. F. Bartemever: cashier. S. I,.
Ely; assistant cashier. S. 1). Bavvden.
Fritz Bcinier has filed in the dis
trict court a petition praying letters
of guardianship of the property of
Ilcinrich Suev erkreubbe who disap
peared from his resilience at .IHH West
Second street some time ago. The
TAKE RIGHT STEP.
Every ordinary cold is do
serving of serious attention.
A step in one direction
carries the system from an or
dinary cold on into grippe
pneumonia, or consumption.
A step in another direction
carries the .system back into
Nature and Scott's Emul
sion work hand in hand in their
effort to make your system
take the right step. Nature is
workincr all the time. Scott's
Emulsion can't work unless
you take it. Scott's Emulsion
then makes nature work hard
er than ever.
If you have only a cold and
.vish to ensure a favorable out
come, take Scott's Emulsion.
Send for Free Sample.
iCOTf & BOWNE. Chemists, 409 Pearl St., N. Y.
Publication Notice Id Chancery.
State of Illinois. .
Kock Island County. ( B!
In the Circuit Court of said Countr. To the
May Term. A. D.. 1903.
Marv Brueckner. complainant, vs. Charles
Hruerkner, defendant. In chancery. No.
Notice is herebv given to the said Charles
Ilrueckner that the above named complain
ant heretofore filed her bill of complaint in
said court, on the chancery side thereof.
and that a summons thereupon issued out of
said court aRainst tne arve named defend
ant, returnaole on the nrst dav of the term
of the taid circuit court of said county of
Rock Island, to be held at the court house in
the city of Rock Island, in said county of
Rock Island, on the tlrst Monday of Mar. A.
D-. I0U3, as is bv law required, and which
suit is still pending.
Rock Island. Illinois. January 20. 1903.
UEOKUK W. UAMBLK. Clerk.
W. R. MOORK. Complainant's Solicitor.
Publication Notice Cbnory.
State of Illinois, I
ftock Island County, f
In the Circuit Court My term, 1303.
Coutt of Honor,
Frederick C. Skinner, Harold A. Jensen.
Affidavit of non-renldenec of the defendant,
Frederick C tihinDer. impleaded with the
above defendant, Harold A. Jensen, having
been filed in the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of the said county, notice la
therefore hereby given to the said r on
resident defendant that the complainant
Sled its bill of complaint la said court, on
the chancery side thereof, on the 6th
day of January. I'.K3, and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court whereto
said suit is now pending, returnable 00 the
Orst Monday in the month of May next, as
is by law required. Now, unless you, the
said non-resident defendant above named,
Frederick C. Skinner, shall personally be and
appear before the said circuit court, on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be bol
den at rtock Island, in and for the said county,
on the first Monday In May next, and plead,
answer or demur to the said complainant's
bill of complaint, the same and the matters
and things therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
Gkorgi W. Gamble, Clerk.
Ro ik Island. Illinois, January 6th. 19G3
William U Jtusic Complainants' Solicitors.
Take the t-tnuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madlton Medi
cine Co.. Madi sea, WU. It
keeps yea well. Oar trad
mark cut en each packar
Price, 3s cents. Merer ael4
in bulk. Accept aubetle
aaTsatsas tuts. Ak your OrugsUU
man shortly before lie left for un
known parts bail been released from a
confinement of several months in a
hospital and was known to be of un
soiind mind. There was no relatives
in this country. A brother living- in (iicr
many and a sister in South America.
The property consists of fifteen acres
of land leased until 1007 which bring
in $150 a .year, ami chatties not worth
over $100. ,
The annual meeting; of the Daven
port Clearing House association, of
which all the banks in the city are
members, was held at the L'nion Sav
ings bank which has been the head
quarters for the association during'
the past year, inasmuch as S. I.. Kly,
cashier of the above bank, has filled
the position of manager for that
length of time. The following officers
were elected: President. A. Burdick;
vice president, A. 1. Doc; manager, l
X. Voss; executive committee, .1. 15.
Meyer, II. C. Struck. Jr.. .1. If. llass.
August A. Hal luff and S. L. Kly. It is
the custom to distribute the maiii;'c
ment, of the association among the va
rious banks of the city, this manage
ment rotating each year. With the
elect 1041 of Mr. Yoss as manager, the
headquarters of the association for
the -ensning year will be at the Cer
mnn Savings bank. Since the organi
zation of the association six years
ago. it has been located consecutively
at the following' hanks: First Na
tional. Farmers and Mechanics, Dav
enport National, Iowa National, Citi
zens National and the l'nion Sav
ings. "As already announced it will be
located for the ensuing year at the
(ierman Savings, with C. X. Voss as
Believing- that he would escape with
a light sentence. M. 1). Mc Daniels., ad
mitted forger of a check for :?2..
pleaded jruilty before Judge ISollinger
to the charge of obtaining money un
der fals pretenses and received a
sentence of two years at hard labor
in the penitentiary at Fort Madison.
Cal Harris announces that he has
secured a wrestling match between
Farmer llurns and John Willie, of Chi
c:i?o. as the main atttact'uui of the
entertainment at tie New Iowa the
evening of next 'Ihursdav. the liOth.
Willie is famous as a boxer as well as
a wrestler, ami has victories over
"Young" Peter Jackson and others to
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
A combine of all the manufacturers
of refractory brick who are outside the
Harbison-Walker combine has been ar
ranged with a capital of J?1.".U0 u;M.
Edwin Knuekel was found at Chi
cago by his 10-year-old daughter dead
On his bed with a razor in his baud.
Six more deaths from the plague are
reported at Mazatlan, Mex.
Kev. Marion Lane, known ulso as
Jean Skyles. a southern preacher, was
convicted of bigamy at Fort iJil.son.
Miss., the evidence showing that he
had seven wives.
Lieutenant General Miles and his
taff will arrive in F.erlin tomorrow.
Fifty-one cows were burned to death
In a fire on a dairy farm at Linden,
The One Hundred and Eighth com
pany of const artillery, which has In en
stationed at Fort AVIlIinus has left for
The Washington legislature is still
dead-locked on Fnited States senator.
The number of millionaires in Prus
sia has im-reused since JSVtO from 0.
01 to ti.fiOl, according to the general
II. 15. Parsons has been elected.:!
vice president of the Wells-I-'argo Ex
Finds Way to I.lve Lone
The startling- announcement of a
discovery that will surely lengthen
life is made by Editor O. H. Downey,
of Churubusco, Ind. "I wish to state.
he writes, "that Dr. King's Xcw Dis
covery for Consumption is the most
infallible remedy that I have ever
known for coughs, colds and grip. It s
invaluable to people with weak lungs.
Having this wonderful medicine no
one need dread pneumonia or con
sumption. Its relief is instant and
cure certain." Hartz & Ullemeycr
guarantee every 50 cent and $1 bot
tle, and give trial bottles free.
Unconscious From Croup.
"During1 a sutUlen and terrible at
tack of croup our little girl was un
conscious from strangulation," says
A. Ii. Spafford, postmaster, Chester,
Mich., "and a dose of One Minute
Cough Cure was administered and re
peated often. It reduced the swelling
and inflammation, cut the mlieousand
shortly the child was resting- easy
and speedily recovered." It cures
coughs, colds, lagrippe and all throat
and lung troubles. One Minute Cough
Cure lingers, in. the throat and chest
and enables the lungs to contribute
pure, health giving- oxygen to the
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Reiss'drug- store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
In Brteht's Disease the kidneys be
come so spongy that they fall apart
ana the victim dies. Your case Is not
yet that serious, but may be any day
if you run along as you are. Don't
defy disease, but take KId-Ne-Oids at
once. 50c Sugar-coated tablets.
T. IL THOMAS. Leading Druggist.
Don't Accept a Substitute 1
When you ask for Cascarets be
sure you get the genuine Cascarets
Candy Cathartic! Don t accept
fraudulent substitutes, imitations or
counterfeits! Genuine tablets stamp
ed C. C. C. Never sold in bulk.
All druggists, ioc.
V X- rr-fT-.'
f f Ifi' " "'Lt'f -'-r-ir-'iir ii nr.. T t --' . lJofrf -ror..,
ill it doe
What v. c say is exactly what wc mean. There is no honor or profit in fooling the people, e.speeinlly
when they are your own neighbors and customers. Therefore our guarantee offer on VIEMOL
m penect good laitn. Call at our store and get a bottle ot ViFJOL at once, and it
not help you after a reasonable trial we will return cverv cent von nnirl iw fi- if
VINOL on our guarantee for
Strengthening Old and Woak PoaalOm
All RtMn-Oovrn To Cain Flesh.
Hacking Eo3:ghs Gkramia GeSds
Nursing MsihcrsWaak Msihcrs.
All Tired Out To Get Strong.
Sor3 Ztsngs Bronchitis
Weskfy Gteft."3n Convalescents.
takc our reputation on this offer being genuine. You will absolutely be under no obliga
us whatever, if after you have given VIIMOL a fair triahfor any of the above ailments and
)t received any benefit: you have only to tell us so, and we will return the entire amount
money you have paid us.
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY,
H. O. ROLFS,
DliUGGIST. T1IC 1I03IK OF VIXOL.
mmmwta?nvLw)!!mmrimK ijmi i ipi.iiim m m.m.wmrsrp J MttJ ijm iiiium.iii..iiw iiw,a i.pfww "um il
Ttnm-ti-i- tt it: !---"- Triri-)T-ifrirniii
Mrs. A. .1. Smith fell on l'ifih ave
nue on the iev sidewalk and broke her
left arm. The bone of the forearm
wn fractured above the wri.-t and
Dr. .1. V. Morgan attended her. Mr.
Smith is reentering from tin- fracture
of his li-i't forearm several weeks ago.
While :it work lie struck his arm ueh
a blow with a hummer 1 1 1 : 1 1 I he bone
was broken, and he has been unable
to use the arm s-incc. Mr. and Mr.-.
Smith sire particularly unfori unsilc in
that tlie.v have these similar sieci leiiis
at the s;:me time.'
Tin- Moliiie ( liaiitaiujiia associat ion
conip!'-ti'd arrangements with the Tri
City Uailway company to build a
Chautauqua tabernacle a lropect
park net summer, which will be com
pleted in lime for the next assembly,
which will probably be held next July.
The associat inn, it will be remember
ed, received a propo.it ion from the
Moline. Kast Moline .V Watertown
Kailvvay company, and tlu Tri-City
Uaihvay company to guarantee the
erection of a permanent tabernacle
which will insure against loss
es caused bv the storms which did
so much damage last summci
are being drawn at present by archi
tects which will provide for a building-
lnuxKM). The senting capacity at
present will be built for L'.UOU but will
be built in such a way as to allow the
extension of the caves. Manager Lard
ner stated that it would be built with
a view to have the building as cool as
possible, which is to-be accomplished
by having three sides opened when
wanted so, with the stage on the
Last evening the Swedish Olive de
gree st a if gave a card party at which
I here were over KM) couples present.
Forty tables were used during the
evening. After the prizes were award
ed, dancing was indulged in until af
ter 1- o'clock.
(Icnrge K. Smith, formerly of Mo
line, is taking a special course in hos
pital and clinical work in I'.arnes
Medical college in Si. Iouis. He ex
pects to take a final examination for
graduation next spring.
M i s. A. F. Vinton gave a Ihiniblc
parly Wednesday - afternoon to a
small company of ladies at Iter home
on I'Jeventh avenue. The guests in
cluded prominent society women and
a most- deliirhlful afternoon was
spent. During the afternoon Mrs.
iieorge Dunn sang several songs that
were much enjoyed. Miss Crompton
acted as her accompanist.
The following committees have been
appointed in the Congregational
church: Social, Mrs. II. V. Cooper,
Mrs. S. M. XI ill. Mrs. f). M. Stowe. Mrs.
IJ. I, Frey, Mrs. Harry Hull, Mrs. Wil
liam Dutterworth, Mrs. C. H. Ains
worth, Mrs. ,T. Wa Atkinson. Mrs.
K. Crane. Mist 1'ertha K. Willis, Mrs.
C. C. Oregory, Mrs. Kininn Nourse.
Mrs. K. K. Wheelock, Mrs. II. A. Ains
wortli. Mrs. W. Slelner, Mrs. F. J. Sav
age, Mrs. V. H. Cardner, Mrs. C. 1.
Skinner, Mr. C. II. leere. Miss Mary
Anthonv. Mrs. W. C. liennett. Mrs. i.
A. Stephens. Mrs.' H. S.. Frist oe. Mrs.
Oust landvall. Mrs. S. S. Crompton. J.
M. Holt, It. W. Kntrikin. Music, J.
j Atkinson. K. P.. Kcator. A. M. Iluh-j
I bard. I.. I'.. Kuhn. Keception. V'. 11.)
Ilil!house. K. II. Frey. II. . i n-vv ort h. '
S. M. Hill. Mrs. C. K. Ainsworth. F. J.
Savage, K. II. Quick. H. S. Fristoe.
Mrs. '.I. W. Atkinson. Miss Mary An
thony. I'shers. Silas Howlett. i'.iair
Quick, ( lark Kcator. V. li. Hay. II.
I", l'eti ls. (itoige Stange. W. !'.. Pali.
Mr. Voung. Henry IJohwer. Dei I Ariel!.
('. II. Camble. . Kirby. Ibiy Smiii;,
I.'. I". Willis, C. I-:, l uck.' Kov' Fowler.
Tempc! am i-. W. W. Wiiiar.l. II. W.
Cooper. Mr-. I'.. 11. (Jim-k.
St. Paul's A. M. K. church wa- again
crowded to the lioi.i- Wednesday ev
ening by people aiixioiis t hear the
child evangelist, little I.onaie Law
rence Dennis, llundii- 's were obliged
to sland during the meeting, an.! be
fore it was closed more than a hun
dred people arose to ask for praters
for their salvation. The service open
ed with the singing- of "The l.iiy of
the Valley:" then there was prayer
by Kev. Mr. Hingham. of Pock Isi
an I. After the reading of Psalm xiv.
by Pastor ll-ggins, the little evange
list spoke from the sixth chapter of
Daniel, taking up the story of Daniel
in the l.ii ti's Den. The -people were
deeply moved by his words and man
ner. Little Lonnic left this morning
for Iowa City.
Since last October the Moline high
school chorus has been rehearsing,
under the direction of Miss tlraee i
ard. the musical extravaganza. "Prin
cess lion me. aul v I may et cuing .a u.
:). at the Wagner opera house, the
public will be given an opportunity
for judging what has been accom
plished, as on that date they will pre
sent the entire operetta. The even
ing jM-rformanee will be followed
bv a matinee Saturday afternoon. The
cast of characters: Princess Ponnie.
Jessie Findlay: Donna Pomposa, Vir
ginia TnnniclilT: Susan Crabh Tarpau
lin. Lillian Pay: Kitty ( lover. Kdnn
Creutz: Koy Sterling. Axel Klmstedt;
Capt. Tarpauiin. Kay Crifiin: Pom
posa. Morris Wheelock: Count Falsct
ti. Albert Vinton: Salvador P.ody
gnar.l. Plait- Quick; Lieut. Fusee. Al
h Fleming: ('apt. Surf. Clert Purgs
t'on; canoists. fishermen, villagers, sol
diers, Spanish dancers. Spanish stu
dents, etc. A full piece orchestra will
furnish music for the overture and
Itctwccu acts. Miss Wiard will In- as
sisted bv Mr. Thompson. Prof. Oppeii
heimer. Miss Julia (icttemy and Miss
Schillingcr in the general manage
ment, costuming ami stage setting
and the proceeils will be used for the
Fred Luff, aged 77. dropped dead at
First, avenue anil rs'inth street. Fast
.Moline- at S:::i this morning of heart
disease. He is survived by live chil
li re it.
The police prevented a fight that
wan advertised to come otT at Central
park last night under the aii-piccs f
the Social Athletic club.
MUNICIPAL MATTERS j
City Council Itoom. pock Island.
Jan. The council met at 7:::o p.
m.. pursuant to adjournment. Mayor
Knox presiding and all the aldermen
present except M et 'a -1: ri n and While.
Co!. II. Curtis rtoen ssci the eoini
t :l in behalf of a I lo.iitied deed for
the icstrtiii- hinds, to aiTord t ase-
i:ient !' !f avei.ue- cnU'ic-l upon by
the 'oasins. Aid. ttall mov.-l that the
le.-olation and option be referred to
the street an! alley comn-.it tee. the
mat or. city altornet and city engin
eer to report. Carried.
.M l. Aiidersi n. from the finance
committee, submitted on bid- for lot
tt. block 1. Thompson A- Wei!.-' addi
tion ( i iie old pound) a recommenda
tion that the bid of Mrs. Anna Cor
coran in the sum of .fl.:.MU be accept
ed, she hating deposited a cert i lied
cheek for the aiaoant. lie moved
that the report be adopted, which
failed of llie requisite three-fourths
tote. Those voting in favor were
Aid. Wesil ay. Kckhart. llou.-c. Willis.
Trefz. Kennedy. Sodersl rom and An
derson S. Nays; Pi u hlinger. Naab.
P.irkel and Call.
Aid. Kennedy moved that the certi
fied checks of W. C. Maucker and .!.
P. 1-Akhart be returned. All. P.irkel
moved to amend so as to provide that
all checks be returned. . lst. 5 to 7.
Aid. Kennedy's original motion was
then adopted. S to I.
Aves We-tbav. Kckhart. House.
W illis. Trefz. Kennedy. Soderst rom,
A i.dcrscn S.
Noes - l'.lochiingcr. Naab. Pirkel.
The clerk read a communication
from liie cily council of Danville. III.,
in regard to exces.-ive fire insiirani-e
uilc.-. Pefeiteil to the license and
market committee, the lir.ance com
mittee and city attorney. lo report.
a H'ere; I a reso! i i. m
a reel iiiir the city clerk to obi tin
from the treasiin i- of the stale of Il
linois all coupons paid- by ii'm on
r;;fi ndicg bonds. Adopted.
AM. Kckhart su'imitled ordin
ance to punish forestalling by mak-iio-
it :iii otl'eii to i-oinli'e.i- lor a
high price of coal, wood and other
com: lities. Kefei-re I to the ordin
ance commit tec. a cop-, to be furnish
ed t o i arli a lderma u.
The council then roamed the reading-
of the rev i.-c I ordinance-, on :i:o
t in of A !d. Andcr.-ou.
Adi.urt.e I. ' H. C. SCI I A FFK P.
City ( lerk.
Klv's l.iquiil Cream Palm is an old
friend in a new form. It is prepared
for the particular benefit of sufferers
fri in ua-al catarrh who are used to
an atomizer in sprayiiur the diseased
membranes. All the healing and soothing-
properties of Cream i'.alm are re
tained in the new preparation. It does
not dry up the secret ions. Price, including-
sprat ing tube. 75 cents. Af.
tour d rig-gist's, or Kly Prothors. .Mi
Warren street, New York, will mail it.
Jtraini' y. ,ot.uun js.g;j'wi;
lip f ml
B pvfe r'V'-Vit'C -KJ
will happen I That's why your watch
works should be protected ty a strong cass.
Gold alone is soft and bends easily. It's
used for show only. The JAS. BOSS
STIFFENED GOLD VATCH CASE
resis ts jar and jo!U Keeps out the dust.
Reduces the expense of repair. Adds
many years to the life of your watch.
Every JAS. BOSS CASE is guaranteed
for 25 years by a Keystone Trade-mark
stamoed inside. Jt ou must
lock for this trade-mark.
Consult tU? irwrlrr.
Write us for booklet.
WATCH CASE COMPANY.
Far Owr Sixty Years
T , - T I . ST....l.t.. rntl ll.'IS
Airs. tt lll-io-. s .-iiii'iiini '.''I
lieen useu ior luiuniii ironing,
soothes the child, softens the gums,
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is the lest remeuy itr oiarrnoc.i.
cents a bottle.
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Paridon & Son,.
Dealers iu Wall raier. Paints, Oils, Gl;uw, Kooni
Alouldinprs, ete. Also sole agents for Pat ton's
Sun Proof ready mixed paint, the best ready
mixed paint in the market. All painting: and
paper hanginp: entrusted to us riven our per
sonal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed.
419 Seventeenth St. Phones
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