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THE AHeUS, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14, 1903.
This Character has been made
famous by the Cartoonists of this
We have perfected a process of roasting which produces
remarkable results, and as our coffees have been blended before
roasting they flavor perfectly during this process. There is a big
difference between Mixers" of coftees and "Blenders" of coffees.
Anyone can mix coffees, but blending coffees is an art and a life-long
study. The Blender of Dudley Coffees has a national reputation.
In fact, he has received his fourth appointment as Inspector of
coffees for the United States Government. "Its all in the Blend."
These coffees are put up in 1-lb. sealed packages in three grades,
25c, 30c and 35c, and for this reason you are always sure of getting
the pure article, with all the delicious aroma and flavor retained.
AN IOWA G.tOCER WRITES US:
"Out of all the Dudley's Coffees we have sold in the last two years, we have
never had a pound returned. And we guaranteed every pound. We have found
Dudley's Coffees always the same-high-grade reliable."
D. M. MULLIN of Melrose. Iowa.
: Ask your grocer for
H. 7. DUDLEY & CO.,
FOR THE WINTER
Couldn't you arrange your busint-ss affairs so as to permit
of your spending' a couple of months in California next
California isn't far away. The rate is not high. And
there is no place on earth where you can enjoy a hnlidny
to better advantage.
Kklerly people who fear the rigors of a northern
clime, semi-invalids, those who are distracfed by the wor
ries and cares of business are going" to California in in
creasing numbers. A hundred thousand people fpent last
winter there. More are going this winter.
Think the matter over, and then give us an opportun
ity of quoting rates and telling you about our through ear
TT"! TKA VKT.HRW OPTO.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Ticket
can be purchased at uitj
Ticket office, 181S Second ave
nue, or C , R- L & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty-
first atreet. Peoria branch depot, foot of
Twc ltteth atreet. Frank H. Plummer, C. P. A.
I) inver t-Jm.itjU & Omaha..
F Worth, Denver & K. C.
rhnaha & Minneapolis....
C jlcralo Jt Omaha
1 Moines & Omaha
Dinver, Lincoln ft Omaha.
Das Moines Kxpres-
St. Paul & Mlnneai . j
Denver, Ft. Worth ft Z. O.
tHock Island ft Wash Ington
Hook Island ft Brooklyn Ac
Omaha & Des Moines
tCadar Rapids, Tipton
It f:J0 air
1 5:45 am
t 7:50 am
t 7:oo pm
1 1:10 pm
t 9:25 am
t :00 am
t 6:62 am
t 9:2ft pm
t 7:10 am
t 3:25 pm
t 2.00 pm
t 2.15 pm
t a:ia pm
I 5: 5 pro
T :iu mm
It 4:at pm
BOOK ISLAND A.SU FSOBIA DIVISION.
- Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
no trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes in. advance of time given.
W -p-r-'' V -. -rr-rrrf
TRams. ubayu. aaaiva.
Peoria, Springfield. St. L
Tndlaonpolia. Cmcmnatl. '0 an 6 55 pm
P KjrVa Expreaa $73) P
Paorla, lsdlanapoha, Ctn
oinnatl, Blooming ton... tilMR am
Cable ft Sherrard Accom 15:45 am $11:35 am
C able ft Sherrarfl ccom 1 0 rtrr f7-' 5 pm
ArriTai. tDepartare tDaUj. except teun
day. Phone Wmt 1063. West 1423.
CHICAGO, BUKL1NUTON ft
Oulncv Depot Second
? ' ' M a m . m.waa
m j. yovjnu, agnv
KRANK A. HART,
St. LoutK SprtnKheid
- Galesburg, Peoria and
Sterling, Mendota and
8. Louia, Kansas City.
Deader and Pacific
Sorting and points In
D jbuque, Clinton, La
Ororae, St. Paul, Minn.
and N. W
C In ton, Dubuque, and
t7 30 am
C.Iston and Iui.ermedlate
awp aw .nook Imann 26 mlnaies for meals.
Dally. DaUy except Sunday
ft St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. I. ft N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
atreet. George W. Wood,
agent. All traU s will connect
at Savanna tjr points east
Clinton. Duboquc Su Paul Chicago
and Milwaukee 7
Muscatine, Otwim '. Wanbingttn. 2
Fulton, Savanna and Dubuque........ X
Ciiaton, Dubuque and St. Puul 3
Omaha, Sioux City, Ch'cagj and Mil
waukee ...... 4
Maquoketa, Omaha and Clinton 3
Dally except Sunday.
- TRAINS ARRIVE
Oxford Junction and Monilcello It:
Maquoketa and Omaba 11:
St Paul. Dubuque and CI 1c ion II:
St Paul, F Hon aid Savanna W
Chicago and Fulton S
Ottumwa and Muecailne . 4:
Chicago, Milwaukee, Dubuque aed St.
All trains dally except Sunday - ...
i p ra
45 p m
4d a m
:5a p m
17 p m
IN PRIZES OF $5.00 EACH
will be given to the children who can guess the
name of the character portrayed here, and write
a fitting testimonial from this character for
Printed slip for guessing with full instructions
will be found on the inside of each package of
DUDLEY'S FAMOUS COFFEES
the striped package.
- COFFEE IMPORTERS, CHICAGO
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.,
EOCK ISLAND, ILL.
BOYD, D. P. A., Davenport, Iowa.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
call on us beiore going elsewhere as
we can save vou 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 fete our
thin elastic plate. - We guarantee it
to tit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
.han our prices below.
Cement fillings 25C
Bone falling 25C
Platinnm hiling SOL
Silver fillings SOC
Jold fillings, $1 and up 1.00
(Jold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5,00
fid set of teeth for , 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Stor.
Charles E. Hodgson,
vcueritan Ins. Co. Newark, N. J.;
Jontinental New York
Vgricultural New York
rraders Ins. Co. Chicago, 111,
'ion Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
kford Ins. Co Rockford, Dl
Heeurity Ins. Co. .. .New Haven, Conn
(ns. Co. State ol Illinois .Rockford, IU
- Office, rjom 3, Buford block. Rates
i low m consistent wiUt security.
W ILLOW BARK
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment ;
bias cured thousands, has Injured none .
incorporated under the laws of till'!
o I s. EstabJ tshed over twelve years :
WILLOW BARK CO.. '
Mry atafsAivc JUTTED S, IUk
A warrant was issued Monday af
ternoon for the arrest of Albert liiier
gel, a. 20-year-old- lad who is claimed
to have violated the Iowa game law.
IJuergel is held on eleven different
counts, It being claimed that h ktlled
eleven qtiail yesterday morning in a
slough about a half a mile this side of
Rockingham Town. Ruergel " lives in
Rockingham anl his father is a fish
peddlei, having run a market in Dev
cnport several months ago.
Rishop Morris;n, of this city, went
to Dubuque- today to attend
the meeting of the Waverly deanery,
which will be held in conjunction with
that of the deanery of Chicago. The
deaneries will meet in St. John's
church in that city tomorrow and it
is expected that there will be a large
attendance of the Episcopal clergy.
Announcement comes from the bed
side of A. C.' Fulton, the oldest resi
dent in Davenport, to the effect that
he is very low and not expected to
live. On account of his advanced
years and general decline, the worst
At 11 o'clock yesterday at the home
of .Mr. and Mrs. Rerf-" liowley, 2031
W'wst Second street, occurred the
death of Mrs. Elizabeth Rathmann at
the age of 77 years. Deceased was the
mother of (leorge Met.gar, and had
resided in Davenport for-the past 30
years. Death was due to the intirnii
ties of old age. Her husband preced
ed her in death some 12 years ago.
The many friends and former u
pils of Miss Dertha Valadier, will be
pained to lea.rn that she passed away
in New York City, Oct. 1. Word was
received of ht-r death through her
niece. Miss Cabrielle Valadier, who
went to New York a short time ago
to accept an engagement in a college
there. Madame Valadier was for. S
years teacher of French in St. Kathar
ine's Hall, ami she is known by a
host of younger people in the city
who had great affection for the kind
ly lady. For the past three years she
has been giving private lessons in
Davenport, Rock Island and Clinton
and left f:r New York with her niece
Oct. 7. What was the cause of her
death is not known and except from
the fact that it was very unexpected
nothing is known of the details. The
remains will be interred in New York
The annual meeting of the Daven
port Outing dub was held Monday ev
ening at the club house and proved to
be a very interesting session. So faith
ful had theioflicers of the past year
served in their official capacity that
there was no thought of change and
the old officers were reelected without
an opposing voice. These, are as fol
lows: President, A. Trcdiek; first
vice president. S. T. Lafferty; second
vice president, Mrs. W. F. Muellet1;
secretary and treasurer, V. L. Littig;
hoard of directors, A. Trcdiek. Mrs.
F. W. Mueller, Joe R. Lane, Mrs. M.
Lx Marks. A. P. Doe. R. C. Hanssen,
Mrs. .1. W. Watzek, S. R. Lafferty, P.
T. Rurrows, V. L. Littig and J. Clark
The annual meeting of the Daven
port Whist club was held Monday ev
ening at the (Juting club and the fol
lowing officers elected: President,
William Theophilus; vice president.
Miss Amy Mandeville; secretary. J. C.
Hall; directors. John N. Van Patten,
Mrs. (ieorge T. Raker. Mrs. W. H.
Are You Bilious?
It interferes . with work, jpleasure
and happiness everybody is so at
times ; in many cases it makes life a
burden the fault is with the stomach,
liver and kidneys. ' An occasional
dose of pills will remove the evil if
f Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c and 25c.
docs "Benjamin" mean the
same as "Correct Clothes for
Men"? This famous mark
answers: Because the aim of
BENJAMIN tailoring is "correct
ness." BENJAMIN Fall Suits
and Top Coats, for example.
3,000 salaried experts, sup
plied with abundant air and
light, each tailor producing
but one portion of the gar
ment, are the chief factors in
attaining thi$: ideal. That
BENJAMIN Suits and Overcoats
are correct is attested by thou
sands of correct dressers wear
ing them season after season.
The prk la right Your money
back if anything goes wrong.
We are Sole Distributor! here.
Fluke, Mrs. W. L. Allen, Dr. Cee Web
er, E. M. White, J. A. Daniel.
At the regular .meeting-of the Dav
enport school board a communication
was read from the president and ex
ecutive committee of the Iowa State
Teachers' association, asking that the
board be represented at the forthcom
ing state meeting" to be" held in Des
Moines. In accordance' with this re
quest. President W. C. Huywnrd was
selected and was also empowered to
appoint a substitute in case he him
self was unable to attend.
Two carloads of steel rails have ar
rived in Davenport and are being un
loaded as fast as possible. The rails
belong to the Davenport & Suburban
road, and six more carloads are on
the way and are expected to arrive in
a day or two. These are the first rails
that have been received, and now that
the material has begun to arrive the
work will be pushed as fast as possi
ble. Other equipments for the road
are expected in a short time and the
company now has u force of men at
work on the construction.
Manager Phillips, of the local high
school football team, has completed
his schedule for the coming season.
He is certain of all the games except
the one with Clinton, Oct. 31." Local
enthusiasts will be glad to learn that
all the games except one will be play
ed on the home grounds at the Dav
enport ball park. The exception is
the game with Iowa City, which will
be played in that city as a curtain,
raiser for one of the regular univer
sity games which will be played there
on the same dale. The schedule as it
now stands is as follows: Oct. 17, At
alissa high school; Oct. 24, Moline
high school; Oct. 31, Clinton high
school (unsettled); Nov. 7, Marengo
high school; Nov. 14, (Jrinnell high
school; Nov. 21? Iowa City high school;
Nov. 2G (Thanksgiving), Rock Island
NEWS IN OUTLINE .
The fourteenth annual convention of
the National Association of Underwrit
ers Is in session at Raltimore.
Ilie now colonial secretary ol the
Prttlsh cabinet, Lyttleton, comes out
iu favor of the Chamberlain tariff pol
icy. II. R. Kendall, a clairvoyant and
palmist at Chicago, is under arrest on
charges of swindling Roston women.
Franklin MacYeagh & Co., of Chica
go, have posted a notice warning their
employes not to" gamble or 'frequent
gambling houses on pnin of dismissal.
Amos Caruthers, a Ueorgia fanner,
captured his : son,' a fugitive con
demned to be hanged, and now claims
the reward 'offered for the capture.
Hon. Jostph ChamlKilalu is laid up
in his Birmingham home with gout.
F. L. Eaton, of Sioux City, la., has
been elected president of the Sioux
City Stock Yards company.,
James . Swartr., a conductor on n
freight train, was kilted in a collision
at Washington letween a freight and
The Mississippi river at St. Paul is
near the danger line.
An extension of ten months has
been granted the Everett-Moore syndi
cate by its creditors.
A extraordinary group of spots i&
now. visible la the sun.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Queen & Crescent fast line to Rir-
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
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.
S3.65 to Peorts and Return.
Oct. 14 to 24, $3.G5 for round trip to
Peoria via the Rock Island.
18.00 to Galveston Texan and Return
Oct. 20 the Rock Island will sell
round trip tickets to a number of
points in Texas and New Mexico at
rate of $18. Also one fare, plus $2, to
a number of points in Kansas, Okla
homa and Indian Territory, as well as
Nebraska. For full information, call
at depot, or city office, 1829 Second
O. It. & Q. Ficumloo.
From Oct. 17 to 21, $11.23 Kansas
From Oct. 14 to 24, inclusive, $3.70
Peoria and return.
C. It. A tt. EzcoralonB.
Sept. 15 to Nov. 30. $31 San Fran
cisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. $30
Portland. Tacoma. Seattle and vic
toria. $27.50 Spokane and Ellensburg.
$26 Salt Lake City, Oirden. Helena and
Butte. $21 Billings.
Oct. 8 to 17. $59.25 San Francisco.
Los Angeles and return.
lor further information please call
at C. B. & Q. depot, eorner Twentieth
street and Second avenue, or 'phone
A Loye Letter.
would not interest you if you're look
ing for a guaranteed salve for sores,
burns or piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder,
Mo., writes: "I suffered with an ugly
sore for a year, but a box of Buck
len's Arnica Salve cured me. It's the
best salve on earth. 25 cents, at Hartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store.
Subscribe for The Argus. -
Prof. Walter D. Raker, teacher of
chemistry at the Moline high school
Monday evening startled the board of
education by presenting his resigna
tion, "to take effect in four weeks."
Mr. Raker, who is just entering on his
second jear's work here, and who
has been giving splendid satisfaction,
explained that he had oeen tendered
a fine position at the head of the de
paitmentof physics in the Indianapo
lis schools, at a salary of $1,200 with
prospects of an increase to $1,500
soon. The board refused to accept
Mr. Raker's resigmition, and as he is
under contract for the year it remains
to be seen what 'will be done.
The oflicial board of the First M.
E. church has organized for the con
ference year. D. A. Jones was cho
sen secretary, W. A. Golden treasur
er anil r. C ftmaiiev iinancial secre
tary. Homer Tilton was unanimously
reelected chairman of the board of
Friends of Miss Deltine Freed and
when Edmund Van Paul were sur
prised when the young couple an
ii"unced that they were married last
Thursday in Clinton, In. Having told
of their igteriflon to their relatives,
the couple boarded the train for Clin
trn Thursday morning in company
with Charles Peters, of Davenjxrt,
and were quietly married in the Iowa
city. Immediately after the wedding
they returned to Moline. The bride is
the daughter of Mrs. Johnanna Freed
of 613 Fourth avenue, and is the popu
lar milliner employed at the Ro'ston
millinery store on Fifteenlh street,
while the groom is employed by Uncle
Sam on the Island. The friends of the
young couple extend a wish for a
long and happy married life.
Mayor C. 1. Skinner has arrived
home from Raltimore, where he repre
sented this city at the 14th annual
convention of the League of American
Municipalities. Next year the conven
tion will be held in East St. Louis. III.,
and Mayor Skinner states that he
thinks Moline can secure the conven
tion for 1903.
Mrs. Hattie E. Rarr, wife of J. W.
Rarr. died at the home, 508 Fifteenth
avenue yesterday after a long illness
of consumption. The remains will be
be dipped to New Red ford, where the
funeral will be held Friday. She
leaves a daughter and her husband.
Through a well planned ruse on the
part of Mrs. A. R. Rryant. Charles
NeiFwender. a grafter, was arrested
yesterday in the First National bank.
For several days he has been in the
city and has presented to a number
of people a petition asking for money
to assist Mrs. Hicks, cf Port Ryron,
the petition setting forth that she is
the widow of the late 15. J. Hicks who
lost his lift in Pnrtn llloii ninl Itmt
Company V of this city was endeavor
ing to procure aid for her. When the
netition was nresfiitpil to Mrs: ltrvnnt
- i - -
she noticed that several of the larger
donors names Were written in the
same hand. Her susnicions were
aroused, so she gave Neiswender a
check on the First National for 50
cents and then tletihonpI to tlio rto-
lice to be on the watelmut. He was
arretted and before Magistrate Olson
stated that h was not workiii"- a
crooked game, but that he was re
ceiving $2 a day from a maiv by the
name of F. II. Rrown, for whom he
was doinir the work. He was bound
iver to the circuit court in bonds of
The Moline Retail Merchants' u
sociation has received favorable re
snnnsp from tlie officials of the IJoclc
. ... - -
Island road in reply to the petition for
the Peoria trains to be run to this
citv. Division Superintendent V. O.
Melcher writes: "We appreciate Mo
line and intend that it shall receive
every possible consideration.
I understand that the uussenirer ile
partment is adjusting its literature so
that the word Moline will get equal
prominence wnn tne otner cities.
It was just 50 vears airo vesterdav
that Mr. and Mrs. John Lusk, 1205
Fourth avenue, were joined in the
holy bonds of matrimony. Mr. Lusk,
a man of S4 years, vet holds his own
against the ravages of time. Mrs
Lusk is 80 years, but is still heart v
and spry. A quiet celebration of their
semi-centennial was held at the fam
ily home with onlv the immediate rel
atives present. Mr. Lusk was born in
Westmoreland county. Pa., on the
banks of the Allegheny river. He
came, to Rock Island in the vear 1H37
from Pittsburg by the way of the
Ohio river and St. Louis. In the same
year he started the first hack line be
tween Rock Island and what is now
Moline. In 1S33 he was married to
Mrs. Lusk. a native of Ohio, who had
emigrated to Illinois in 1S35 and to
Rock Island in 1840. Mr. Lusk was
cook in the sutler's store on the island
during the war while the confederate
prisoners were held there. He can
well remember old Fort Armstrong.
Mr. and Mrs. Lusk were at the picnic
that, was h,eld on the day of the Dav
row Over Sixty Tears
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. $i
cents . bottle.
The children are staying at grandpa's,
Mamma has gone down to the sea,
Papa is at home working.
Keeping himself well with Rocky
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy..
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF Ifeid.
You know when rich, red blood is coursing through,
the veins, for it shows in the brightness of the eye, the
beauty and clearness of the complexion, the smooth, fair
skin, and robust, healthy constitution. It is good blood
that imparts strength and energy to the body and keeps it in a state of
healthfullness and vigor. Good blood is the foundation of good health, and
to be physically and mentally sound it must be kept pure and untainted.
People with good blood possess strong,
steady nerves and are blest with good
appetites and digestion, and enjoy
sound, refreshing sleep. If we could
always' maintain the purity of the
blood then we might enjoy perpetual
health, but it becomes infected and
Eoisoned and most of the ills that afflict
umanity and undermine the constitu
tion are caused by an impoverished
or polluted condition of this vital fluid.
When the blood is diseased the skin
loses its healthy appearance, and the
complexion, its freshness and beauty
and becomes red and rough and full of
pimples and splotches. Itching, scaly
eruption's, blackheads, boils and rashes
break out. upon the body when the
blood is too poor or too thin and acid,
and is not supplying proper nourish
ment to the system. Debility, poor
appetite, bad digestion, restless sleep
and nervousness more often come from
sluggish, impure blood than any other
cause. To build up the blood, restore its lost properties and make it rich
and nutritious again is the only rational treatment, and the proper way to
get rid of skin troubles. There is no remedy like S. S. S. to accomplish this
disappear, the appetite improves, the complexion clears and you get rid of
those miserabledepressing feelings and nervousness, and enjoy once more the
blessings of good health. S. S. S. is nature's remedy for all blood and skin dis
eases. It contains no minerals whatever, but is guaranteed purely vegetable.
Write for free book. No charge for medical advice or other information
desired TNE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
The most distressing affliction known,
It Is Guaranteed to Cure
Chronic Stomach Trouble, Constipation, Indigestion,
Asthma, Lung Trouble of Any Kind, General Debility.
It Is Especially Beneficial in the Ills of Children.
THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE CURED IN A FEW .MONTHS.
Read the Testimonials
Which corns from the hearts of those benefitted by this remedy.
The Milks' Emulsion Co.. Terre Haute. Ind. :
Gentlemen For years I suffered with stomach trouble and constipation, eausine
dizziness and loss of appetite, together with all the other troubles accompanying all
these afflictions. In my case. I feel that constipation was the chief cause of my
stomach trouble. It became so bad with me that I had no passage of the bowels ex
cept when I used warm water injections. But at last I have fouud the thinir for con
stipation in Milks' Emulsion. Since taking the first box. I have experienced, for the
first time in many months, free operations, with no pain in the bowels. Your Emul
sion has given me the only relief that I have had for several years. Send me another
box at once and your cash terms to agents. Yours truly.
O. H. Kogeks. Dry Goods, Groceries and Notions,
February 14. 1903. Hume, 111. .
The Milks' Emulsion Co.. Terre Haute. Ind. :
Gentlemen I first (?ot a box of Milks' Emulsion for my wife, who had been trou
bled with constipation for years. It pave her immediate relief. She had been so
bad that she couldn't eat half of the time, anfl nothing seemed to taste pood to her.
but since using Milks' Emulsion she has no return of constipation, and can eat three
square meals a day. We have adopted Milks' Emulsion as a family remedy for bad
colds, coughs, croup and any trouble among our children, and 1 can truthfully soy
that to.OO would not buy the part of a box we have left, if we could not pet another.
Yours truly, Charles V. Jones. 447 S. Seventeenth SU
The Milks' Emulsion Co.. Terre Haute. Ind. :
Gentlemen I have had chronic stomach trouble for four or five years, and have
spent hundreds of dollars without petting any permanent relief . until Capt Cooper
recommended Milks' Emulsion. I pot a box. and from the start it pave me relief.
I consider it the best remedy for stomach trouble I haveever tried. I have recommend
ed it to several friends, and in each case they were preatly oenefitted.
J. L. Wahdes, Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables.
October 13. 1902. Terre Haute. Ind.
The Milks' Emulsion Co.. Terre Haute. Ind. :
Gentlemen Replying to your inquiry. I have to say that Milks' Emulsion In my
case, baa proven to be all you claim for it. I have been troubled with indigestion for
three or four vears: was unable to pet anything that would pive me permanent relief.
Milks' Emulsion has cured me completely, besides proving a most excellent appetizer.
I have recommended it to several friends. Yours truly.
P. C. Eiur, Republic Chemical & Creosotinp Co..
December 18, 1903. Indianapolis, Ind.
Money refunded by your druggist if the first bottle used does not brisc results.
THE r..ILKS' EHULSION CO.,
Price 60 Cents.
" r GUARANTEED fiHD FOR SULE BY
Harper House Pharmacy.
is, they contain no corn, an ingredient that
cneapens tne cost of brewing and injures the
quality of the beer. The mark of purity
The "A" and the EAGLE
identifies the products of the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass n
TfclTTaAJTIf TQT?"D "King of Bottled Beers."
XJKJAJ WW JLJLOiLXL 83,790,300 bottle sold in 1902.
Order promptly filled ty
A. D. HUESINO, Wholesale Dealer, Eock Island.
X xram in w etched health; my blood
wu in had order, my gums beinff
very much mlceratad. I befcran the use
of S. S. S., and in a remarkably short
time waa aound and well. My appe
tite increased wonderfully and my
food agreed with me. I think it is ft
fine family medicine.
ME3. M. B. DA.VXDSOJI.
Hoc km art, Qa.
For three years I had Tetter on my
hands. Part of the time the disease '
was in the form of running: Bores,
very painful and causing me. much
discomfort. Four doctors said the
Tetter had progressed too far to be ,
cored, and they could do nothing; for i
me. I took only three bottles of S.S.S. 1
and was completely cured. This was
fifteen years ago, and I have never 1
since seen any sign of my old trouble.
MKS. L. B. JACKSON. ,
837 St. Paul St.. Kansas City, Kas. '
and it does it promptly and thoroughly.
S. S. S. antidotes and removes from the
blood all poisons and humors, and restores
it to a normal, healthy condition, and in
vigorates and tones up the general health.
When rich, red blood is again flowing
through your veins all skin eruptions
TERRE HAUTE, IND.
One reason for the
superiority of the