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THE ABGTJS, TCEUXNSDAT, .SEPTEMJBEB 30 1903. .
weakened digestion. Tempts you, too, like good coffee.;
It is a little thing to try Mocon a big thing to be well.
"We havo pi von Mocon a trial an4 am rnnoh pleased with It. We think it la much hotter
than any otlier Cereal Cotr-sj unil fully lis delicious in flavor and aroma as the best coffee.''
J lit name of the above -writer will tie
Man's best drink. At your grocer.
1-20 Write for a trial package FREE.
Centra! City Cereal Coffee Co.,
TH0 -rhAtJUiKKB' ttl'IUI.
CHICAGO. RCK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Ticket
can be purchased at uitj
Ticket office. 1813 Second ave
nue, or O , R. L & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty
Peorla branch depot, foot of
Twentieth street. Frank H. Plumtner, CP. A
I mver limited & Omaba..
F w Worth, Denver & K. C
m&ha & Minneapolis...
C lor&do & Omaha
1 Moines & Omaha
I) nver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Djs Moines Kxpree-
St. Paul & Mlnneat. . I
IJsnver. Ft. Worth & C.
xtfansas City, S t Joe & Calif J
tRocH IfJandft Washington
C atcapo 4; Des Moines
ltock Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omaha & Dea Moines
t Cedar Rapids. Tipton
It S:if am
t 5:45 arc
t 7:00 pre
t 9:2b am
t 3:00 am
t 6:52 am
t 5 pm
12. SO pro
t 8:25 pm
it 2:15 pm
t J.w pm
t 7:10 am
ft: in Dm
t 80 pm
t 4:30 pm
BOCK LSUND AND FIOBIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 Canutes in advance of time given.
Pecrla. Springfield. St. L
P oria .Express
1 iorta, Indianapolis. Cln
Cktsie & Sherrard Accom.
C nl terrrJ ecnm.
' 10 an
B 55 pm
ftsy. Phone West li3.
tDally. except Sun
iif-w CHICAGO, BURLINGTON ft
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Arent.
FRANK A. HART,
7:30 am - fl:S5 am
f7 30 am tS:3S axe
87:25 pm 7:10 pm
t7:25pm 17:10 pm
s7:i0pm 7 00 am
7:00 am t7:fX) pm
87:00 am 7:00 pm
St. Louis, Sprliiizlleid
Galeeburg, Peona and
S lerMuj?, Menrtota and
S- Louis, Kansas City
Denver and Pacific
Starling and points in
D ibuque, Clinton, La
- Crosse, St. Paul, 3Inn.
and N. W
CJnton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
a. skjp at taocKisicAna ia minuses lot meas.
Dally. tDa'Jv except Sunday.
Telephone 1,1 80.
v-' a SI. f aui nun way. u.,
ihiilWjltlKTtl tlon at loot of Seventeeith
77 street .Geonje w. W.kxI.
C ?r" aent. j 11 tri: s will connect
at Savanna fjr points east
Clinton. Dubtique, St. Paul, Chicago
and Milwaukee 7 00 a.m
Mucatioe, Otvumw-. Washington.. 2:31 p.m
Fulton, Savanna and Dubuque 3 31pm
Clinton. Dubuque ana St P.ul 3 45 p m
Omaha. Sioux City, Ch'cagj and Mil
waukee 4 58p.m
Maquobeta, Ooiaha and Clinton 3:46 p. m
Dailj except Sunday.
Oxford Junction and Moniioello 11:40 am
Maq'ioketa and Omaba 11:40 .m
St Paul, Dubuque and Clinton 11:40am
St Paul, Fulton aid Savanna li:50am
C hicago and Fulton 2:33 pm
Ottumwa and Mucatine 4:8 p m
Chicago, Milwaukee, Uubuque atd St.
pul 8:47 p. m
All trails daliy except Sunday
ACME PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent.
-ARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. White
collar Line Steamers. Summer Sched
Steamer Helen Blair For Muscatine, Bur
lington and all intermediate points Mon
day, weanesaay ana riaay at p. m. anu
Sunday at 4:30 p. m for Muncatme.
F. R. HOPKINS. Agent.
Both phones. Office toot Nineteenth street
.- -"!sjrJ i
For Clinton, Dubuque, La Crosse, St.
Paul and points between, bteamer
Ifew St. Paul, Sept. 10, at 10 a. in.
For Muscatine, Burlington, Quincy,
St. Louis and points between, steamer
Dubuque, Sept. 8, at 9 a, m.
GEORGE LAMONT, Agt.
OfSce: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
Iphomecs Old 1105, new 6105.
TREATMENT pMaZa To
habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands, has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of 1IH
mols. . Hstabllshed over twelve years.
WILl-OW BARK CO..
The Crimes of Coffee
written in the yellow skins,
trembling hands and "bad
tongues" noticeable among
people who drink it.
builds up where coffee knocks
down. It re-vitalizes ex
hausted nerves strengthens
furutsbed uo request.
Peoria, III. JL
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and te our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to lit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 25C
Bone tilling 2SC
Platinum ruling BOc
Saver fillings SOC
Gold fillings, f l and up 1,00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, $ 5 and up S.OO
$15 set of teeth for 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Spcidel's Drug Stor.
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that makea
heat, it's quality that retains ..it,
it is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your're not paying1 for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The coal 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. FRAZEP
JOHN VOLK i& CO.,
.Vlso Manufacturers -of i Sasu. Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All
VAagle and Double Strength Window
Class, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
Ill AXD 329 EIGHTEENTH STREET
Directories of North and South Da
kota, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin. Pe
oria, antl Chicago. Records are kept
of people moving, arriving or leaving
Davenport. Credit reports and cor
rect addresses furnished on applica
tion. Branch of the Bergman Collec-
iion Agency. 207-209 Brady street,
VXtoect&o Ptae Balsam to Every C8
Of! fl Pi Medicated, Tlefreshlnsr. Makes
V 1 1 fl U hair soft and Milken. Destroys disease
OUfil fcraia In senlp and b"ly. Best soap
rnili or -lift of lruggiKt who rtva
J ILUU tOc. buttle of llAIK-UIiALTIl.
T. H. TaIOMAS, Druggist.
The date of the state meeting of
the Daughters of the Revolution has
been definitely set for Oct. 8, Mrs.
Knirhnnks. the president eeneral.
having notified the" Davenport chap-
'.. . .... . A 1 X
ter tuat sne will oe present on nuti
tlate. The presence of the national
president will tend to draw a number
of the members to the city on that
date, as this is the first time Iowa has
been so honored, and the Davenport
daughters have arranged , a line pro
gram for the day. Mrs. Maria Purdy
Peck, the state regent, also living
here, will contribute to the success
of the'ineeting. The program for the
day has been . arranged, so far, to
open with a business meeting, at the
Outing club, followed by a luncheon
for the visitors and members of the
association. The afternoon will be
taken up with another business ses
sion, addresses, music, an informal
rcciMitimi for Mrs. Fairbanks. to
which the Uock Island and Moline
chapters have been invited. An ad
dress from Mrs. Fairbanks is expect-
eu, also one from one ot me prom
incnt members in Iowa.
(Jus liuckiii"hanu a teamster in the
employ of the Mueller Lumber com
pan.y, is l'ing in lied in a very serious
condition at his home in the western
part of the city, as the result of a
series -of unfortunate occurrences.
For several ruon'hs during. .the past
summer he was bedridden with a se
vere attack of typhoid fever and had
barely recovered sufficiently to be
again upon his feet, when several
weeks ago he was kicked in the jaw
by a vicious horse and the bone brok
en in two places,
Sentence was passed yesterday af
ternoon at the court house on five
men who deviated from the straight
and narow wav and now they will
board on the state for a period of
years, giving them time to think over
their .evil ways. Ed Ruhser was con
victed on the charge of larceny and
embezzlement of $10 from the team
sters' union and gets two and a half
years. Sig (luthiiian was .also con
victed of embezzlement and will vest
behind the bars for the next year
James Smith and dames Eisenhardt,
who stole a quantity of cigars from
the Rathaer cigar store, were each
given one and . a half years. Charles
Carroll got 'M days in the county jail
for breaking and entering.
The journeymen barbers, at their
meeting Mt.nday night, absolutely re
fused to consider the petition of the
bosses, which was to the elTeet that
they return to the old scale of $10 per
week and 50 per cent on everything
over $20. After the reading of the
petition, one of, the members made a
motion to lay the petition on the ta
ble, whereupon another moved to
amend the motion by a substitute,
that one of the members' be instruct
ed to tear the petition in shreds and
consign it to the waste basket. The
barbers have not made their action in
the matter public. M. Shaw. C. Chat
man and .1. Lowhen were appointed
to meet with the bosses and try to ef
fect a reconciliation.
Mrs. Mary J.ooney, who resides two
and one-half miles northwest of St.
Ann's church, in Long Grove, passed
away shortly after 1 o'clock yester
day morning. Deceased was 61 years
Stomach trouble is the most distressing
affliction known to humanity, and takes
on so many forms that it is often impos
sible for those without a medical educa
tion to decide from a patient's symptoms
as to just what particular ailment is
afflicting them. .People sunenng trom
this dread disease become nervous and
cannot sleep. They have belching and
sourness of the stomach, bad dreams,
acute stomach pains, or colic, a feeling
of fullness after meals, appetites varying
from ravenous to that where there is no
desire for food.
They have indigestion, constipation,
heartburn, yellow skin, coated tongue,
bad taste in the mouth, liver trouble, and
catarrh of the stomach.
Now all these symptoms mean simply
that the stomach has grown weak, and is
not properly digesting the food given it.
The intensity of actio i in modern life,
the nervous strain in business and so
ciety, and the improper mastication of
the food all contribute their share
towards bringing about this condition.
Many preparations have been offered
to the public.for the relief of , those suf
fering from stomach trouble which aid
temporarily only, for after a little the
patient feels worse than before treatment.
Within the last six months, however,
there has been perfected a remedy for all
these ailments, which absolutely reaches
the seat of disease and positively cures
any and all troubles of the stomach,
bowels, lungs and throat.
It relieves inflammation, builds up the
system, enriches the blood, strengthens
the various organs of the body, and is
guaranteed not only to give immediate
relief, but effect a permanent cure. This
remedy is known as Milks' Emulsion, and
is wonderfully beneficial to children as
well as adults. Its effect on the sick is
immediate, and one bottle will give sat
isfactory results or your money will be
returned by your druggist. Price 50c.
per bottle. Manufactured by The Milks'
Emulsion Company, Terre Haute, Ind.
J. M. BUFORD
rhe old Fire and
Time - tried Corn-
.Rates as lot -as
-any reliable, com
pany can,,, afford.
, Your patronage id
of;age knd was born in Ireland. She
settled on the place of her Jate resU
dence with her husband in 1870,
where tshe has since resided. She is
survived by her husband, John, and
five .children, Julia, Jeremiah, John,
Edward and Mary. A sister, Mrs. Ho
nora Morrisey, of Limerick, Ireland,
and two brothers, John Denahy, of
Davenport, and James Denahy, of
Calamus, Iowa, also, survive. The fu
neral will be held tomorrow from the
residence- with services at St. Ann's
church, in Long Grove, at 9 a. m. The
interment will be in St. Ann's cemetery.
Mike Spelhnan, a railroad man who
says he has been working on the cut
off during the summer, had his right
leg severed at the knee at 8 o'clock
yesterday morning by being run over
by the northbound Burlington train
that leaves the depot at 8 o'clock.
How the accident hapiK-ned is not
known, as the man was found lying
beside the tracks half an hour after
the accident and no one saw him
when he was run over. He was fount
by tine of the switchmen in the yards
and in the ambulance was taken to St.
Luke's hospital, where Drs. E. S. Bow
man and Braunlich dressed his in
jury. Spellman was able to tell litth
tf the accident himself and the man
ner in which he was hurt will remaii
a mystery. He was greatly weakenet
by loss of Jjlood and did not rally
passing away this morning.
Chief Martens yesterday received
word from the Burlington officials
that an insane man had been picked
up on the streets there who stated
that 1ns home was in Davenport. It
was stated that his name was John
Davidson and the Burlington officials
wanted tti know what should be done
with him. Davidson was a former
resident of this city, but he was sent
away from here several years ago.
He was adjudged insane and sent to
the asylum tit Mt. Pleasant in the latt
'90"s, "and since that little had been
heard of hint. The man evidently es
caped from Mt. Pleasant and wan
dered to Burlington, where he recall
ed his earlv days here and in this
way it was able to frace him.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brandenburg, of
Tipton, are visiting their sons, L. A,
Brandenburg, of the Oliver Typewrit
er company, and E. A. Brandenburg,
with the Western Union Telegraph
company, both of this city. Monday
was the 50th wedding anniversary of
the venerable couple and their two
sons in this city saw that the occa
sion was fittingly celebrated. The
couple were married at Dayton. Ohio,
and for the past 20 years have resided
(eorge Nill, the popular ex-Daven
port second baseman, who during the
past season has played fast ball with
the Colorado Springs team of the
Western league, arrived in the city
yesterday afternoon on his wav to
his Indiana heme. He will remain in
the city for several days.
The game of football that was to
have lieen played next Saturday with
the Muscatine high school by the lo
cal high school team has been called
tiff by the boys from down the river,
Irwin Jamison, a young insane pa
tient, who seems to have a faculty
for evading the guards at Mt. Pleas
ant, was captured yesterday morning
at the sheriff's office, where he hat!
gtme to ask for a job. He has escap
ed from that asylum six times and
has been captured tin each occasion.
He was at once taken into charge and
will be placed in the insane ward at
Mercy hospital until he can be re
turned to the hospital.
UNBOUNDED FAITH MI-O-NA
T. II. Thomas Will Refund Money If It
Falls to Increase Flesh and Cnre
"I have been in thedrug business
long enough tti know that there are
very few remedies that can be sold on
a guarantee to refund the money if
they do not give .satisfaction.'
"I have sold sti much Mi-o-na and
seen such remarkable results follow
ing its use that I. welcome the chance
Lto convince any doubter of its merit,
by offering to give with each package
of Mi-o-na a written guarantee tti re
fund the money if it does not give an
increase in weight, regulate the di
gestion and restore health.
"If you cannot call at my store
send me the price of Mi-o-na, 50c by
mail, and I will forward you a regu
lar size box, postage paid, with the
same agreement to refund the money
if it dties not give perfect satisfac
tion." Anyone who has been losing flesh,
or who has always been too thin,
should use Mi-o-na. Thinness and
scrawniness are signs that the food
is not properly assimilated and tlyit
you do not get the nourishment from
it that you should.
Mi-o-na mingles with the ftiod you
eat, aids in assimilation, tones up and
strengthens the digestive organs antl
puts the whole system in a proper
Remember that you risk nothing in
buying Mi-o-na. If it gives you
the desired effect, the cost is trifling.
If it fails, T. H. Thomas will pay for
the remedy himself.
Distress After gating Cored.
Judge W. T. Holland, of Greensburg,
La., who is. well and favorably known,
says: Two years ago I suffered great
ly from indigestion. After eating,
great distress would invariably result,
lasting for an hour or so, and my
nights were restless. I concluded to
try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured
me entirely. Now my sleep is re
freshing .and digestion perfect."
;The board pf local -.improvements J
has let the contracts for more citj-
improvements. Plambeck oYBergluud
will build the storm drain on Twenty
sixth street from Fourth to .Seventh
avenues for $.'5,350.W. The drain will
be of 4-foot sectional tile. The Tri-'
City 'Construction company was given'
the .contract to pave the . alley. rbe
tween Third and Fourth avenues from
Eighteenth to Twentieth streets. Bids
are being asked for asphalt paving on
Eleventh avenue and Eighth and Ninth
streets Oct. 10. There are four
blocks in all and tjiis will be the last
of the street paving for this year. i
This week will decide the fate of .
Mojine as fhe possible location of the
plant for the manufacture of electric
lamp globes which proposes to come
here from Kentucky, in the interest of
which A. H. Kreitler has been in the
city for several weeks. The plan of
subscribing stock in the concern
among local capitalists has been push
ed, but the stock subscriptions have
not met the expectations of the men
back of the company. At. present this
figure is $0,000 below the amount '
needed, and unless the total can be
raisetl this week, the plan 'to locate
here will be abandoned. i
The enrollment for the present
school .year for September furnishes'
an interesting comparison with the
enrollment for the same month of the
last school year and a material in-'
crease very evenly distributed among
tlin viiri,tni, 1 w i ft. I .....1 I
indeed gratifying to those interested
in school work. In the high school
the increase in attendance is so large
as to severely tax the capacity of the
building. At the opening of the
school year in 1002, 280 pupils entered
for study, and at the end of the
month 275 were still in attendance.
This year 327 faces' were seen on open
ing day, and tin the close of the
school month 321 continued in the en
rollment. The grade schtiols opened
the fall semester in 1902 with an en
rollment of 2.S75 and closed the month
of September with 2.777. This fall
the grade schools opened with 2.916
antl closed the month with 2,832. The
total enrollment last year grades
and high school was 3, 101 at opening
and 3.05S at closing of month. This
year the grades, hifjh school and kind
ergarten, opened with a total of 3,502
and closed with 3.-128.
William Kdestrand. a well-known
former Moliner, has departed for Can
ada, after a visit among old friends
here. Mr. Kdestrand is superintend
cut of the Dain Manufacturing com
pany tif Ottumwa. and is on his way
to Canada to oversee the erection of
a building for his employers.
Harry Iluntoon, the only Moline boy
now playing football at the Illinois
state university, is being wtirked oiit
for a tiuarter back nosition. Mon
thly he played on the scrub team and
so well ii ul he run it that the varsitv
was defeated 12 to 6. In the two
games so far plaved by the "arsitv
team this year Huntoon has played at
end, figuring in about one-half of
each contest, list year Huntoon re
peatedly distinguished himself in a
halfback position, but the coming of
loach HtMitirutl and the change in the
stvle of nlav at Illinois from Prince
ton to Pennsylvania tactics calls for
The Moline, East Moline & Water-
town Railway company has secured
permission from the Rock Island
railroad to cross the tracks of the
latter company at -a grade crossing
at Warner's, this side of New Shorts
Owing to obstacles which could not
be immediatelv surmounted the street
railway company has-been anxious to
secure the grade crossing teniporari
ly for use during the winter. Work
on putting in the crossing will .be
taken up at once, the preliminary
work being already under way.
Replying tti a request tti have the
trains .on tin' Peoria branch of the
roatl run tti Moline, the Rock Island
roatl sends a favorable communica
titm, antl while not pledging tti at
once make the change, it is intimated
that such action may be taken in the
The Genuine vs. Counterfeit.
The genuine is always better than
a counterfeit, but the truth of this
statement ,is never more forcibly re
alized or more thoroughly apprecia,
ted than when you compare the. gen
uine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve with
the many counterfeits and worthless
substitutes that are on the market.
W. S. Ledbetter, of Shreveport, La.,
sajs: "After using numerous other
remedies without-benefit, one box of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured
me." For blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles no remedy is equal to
DeWitt's Witch Hazel SalVe.
Sold by Harper House pharmacy;
A. J. Reiss drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twentj'-seventh street.
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
Forty -Eight Thousand Dollars Paid
for a Fancy Xot of Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Ijewis, Peoria
ill., for ms ceieDratea eingie uinaer
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
MOlected tobacco, 'ims. no doubt.
makes the Lewis -factory the largest
holder in the United btatee of tobacco
of so high a grading. Herald -Tra
eoript, Dec. 1, 190,
Subscribe for The Argus.
The mirror never flatters: it tells
truth, no matter how much, it may hurt the
pride or how humiliating and disagreeable
the reflections. A red, rough skin
beauty, and blackheads, blotches and pimples
are ruinous to the complexion, and no wonder such
desperate efforts are made to hide these blemishes, and
cover over the delects, and some never stop to consider
the danger in skin foods, face lotions, soaps, salves
and powders, but apply them vigorously and often with
out regard to consequences, and many complexions
are ruined by the chemicals and poisons contained in these cosmetics.
Skin diseases are due to internal causes, to humors and poisons in the
Diooa, ana xo attempt a cure Dy exter
nal treatment , is an endless, hopeless
task. Some simple wash or ointment
is often beneficial when the skin is
much inflamed or itches, but you can't
depend upon local remedies for perma
nent relief, for the blood is continually
throwing off impurities which irritate
and clog the glands and pores of
the skin, and as long as the blood re
mains unhealthy, just so long" will the
eruptions lat. To effectually and per
manently cure skin troubles the blood
must be purified and the system
thoroughly cleansed and built up, and.
S. S. S., the well known blood purifiesj
and tonic, is acknowledged superior to
all other remedies for this purpose. It
is the only guaranteed strictly vegeta
ble blood remedy. It never deranges
the system or imoairs the disrestion
like Potash and Arsenic and drugs of this character, but aids in the digestion
and assimilation of food and improves the appetite. Being a blood purifier
If you have any skin trouble send for our free book, "The Skin and Its
Diseases. " No charge for medical advice. Write us about yenr case.
TIIE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA
An absolute cure for catarrh and ordinary Deafness; Syphilis
and Private Diseases. I guarantee to cure Rupture, Files, (loiter.
Have you nervous. Stomach, Kidney, Bladder. Female, Liver, Rheu
matism or Blood Disease? if so, and yet curable, we will give you
that priceless blessing, health. Reference given, or consult our pa
tients. DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
Call upon him at once and find out what ails ybu, absolutely free of
charge. If Dr. Borne can cure you he will tell you so; if not he will
advise you against spending your money for useless treatments. Dr.
Home is an honest doctor, and will not take your case unless lie
can cure you. He is making some marvelous cures. Call at fhe office
at once antl receive his $10 X-UAY Examination absolutely FREE.
The only condition is that you call before Sept. 19. Do not delay. A day
or week may place you beyond help. Call at once and have a talk
with the great physician expert in all chronic, nervous and t-pinal
diseases of men and women.
Dr. J. Alvin Home,
Rooms 49, 50 and 51, Mitchell A- Lynde Building. Rock Island, Illinois.
Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to S p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
f sscs2i st s sfs ii si ts Js Ji ts fi sji ijs fi sje
Telephone 1312 West, or call at 1316 Third Avenue."
Stengel, 75he Plumber.
Now Is The Time....
to paper your rooms. We have a large assortment of
both cheap and high grade papers, which we are selling
at the lowest prices in the city. We also have a large and
complete force of workmen. All kinds of painting and
papering promptly attended to and satisfaction guaran
teed. PAR.IDON Gl SON.
Phones Old Union 213; new 5213. 419 Seventeenth St.
Dr. S. fl. MILrJLER., M. D. V.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Graduate of McKillip's Veterinary College, Chicago, HI. j
. -Office and Veterinary Hospital
tl'JS Third Arna, Koek Ir tasd,
Offlee hours 7 to 8 m. . 1 lo 2 p in. . 7 to
West, Residence 1(61 Wev. Union
is fatal to
Cartersville, Ga.,E. B. No. 2.
I suffered for a number of years
with s severe Kettle-rash.
About twelve years ago I started
usinar 8. S. S., and after taking- three
ibottles I felt myself cured and have
since taken, a bottle occasionally,
and had little or no trouble aAns
that line. My general health has
been better since. I recommend
B. 8. 8. as a good blood medicine and
all round tonic, Yours truly,
Mrs. M. I. PITtAHD.
- Borne two years agro Z suffered a
freat deal, caused on account of bad
lood. Small rash or pimples broke
out over my body and kept setting
worse day by day for over a year.
Seeing 8. 8. 8. advertised In the pa
pers and having- heard also it had
cured several people in this city,
concluded to give it a fair trial.
After using1 the medicine for some
time, taking in all six bottles, I was
EDWABD C. LONG,
1020 Clay Street, Paducah, Ky.
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and tonic combised, the humors and poi
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rich and pure, and at the same time the
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up and good health is established, and
this, after all, is the secret of a smooth,
soft skin and beautiful complexion.
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