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THE ABOTTS, TUESDAY, "OCT OBEIt' 20, 1903.
Here is a Sure Ctire. pi
You have tried pills. You know by your own experience that U
a physic won't cure. .. Let experience show you what will cure.
Constipation is the rotting of undigested food in the ali
mentary tube. This festering, rotting food makes bad blood,
Co. m Third
get regular size
50c. and Sl.00 a Dottle. All Druggists, (o) U
MI.!'l'UJ:'!i.w,iJAJLk b ....... .Jv. ..S3!f
Study TELEGRAPHY and Fit Yourself for Fine
Position For Life.
Those who stndy most diligently while yet young
Are those fitted to hold positions of ease when old.
.Special JWotice -to -flit dents:
Fine opport unity to master telegraphy in short lime. Evening
study. Wages $50 to $130 per month. High school and busi
ness college graduates especially fitted for promotion when
efficient, Centeel work for women. Course six months. Po
sitions guaranteed. New class commences Oct. 13. ENROLL
AT ONCE. Preliminary instructions free to Nov. 1, to reg
interested applicants. Terms. $10per month, or $"5 in advance
For particulars, address
W. F. STOCK MANN, Manager.
Evening classes. 7 to S p. m. each public school day. Pri
vate school of practical telegraphy, second floor Moline Na
tional bank building, Moline. 111. -
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under tlie State Law. 4 Per Cent
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. Euford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Green await, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
and occupying: S. E. corner ol
Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
WHEN YOU ARE
Drop in ana see voiir I ne'e Siejrel.
great bargains in unredeemed goods.
tieth street. "Phone W.) brown.
CHICAGO. RUCK ISLAND
& Pacific Hallway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Second are
nue, or C , R. L & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Tblrty
f corla branch depot, foot o(
Twe jtleth street. Frank H. Plummer, C. P. A.
A9T. J W 1ST.
runver United & Omaha., t 3:45 am
V. Worth, Denver & K. C. t 5:20 air
M nneapolls t 5:45 am
mvenport& Chicago t 7:50 am
i )maha & Minneapolis.... tl2:45 air
n lorado & Omaha t 1:10 pm
inn Moines & Omaha 12:30 am
Djnver, Lincoln & Omaha. 3:40 am
Des Molnea Eiprer- $ 2:15 pm
St. Paul & M'.nneap "... 8:40 am
Danver, Ft. Worth & xL C. 6:15 am
lifanstiaCltj.St Joe&Callf. 11:10 pm
1 Roc If Island & Washington 12:50 pm
t 7:00 pm
t 9:25 am
t 8:00 am
t 8:52 am
t 9:25 pm
t 7:10 am
t 3:25 pm
t 2.00 pm
t 7:10 am
t 9:f0 am
t 4:30 pm
CaicaKO &Des Moines It 2:15 pm
Kock Island &. Brooklyn Aci 4:bo pm
Omaha & Des Moines..
tCedar Kaplas. Tipton
t 6:00 pm
ROCK ISLAND AND FERIA DIVISION.
Trams leave Twentieth street station. Main
lie I'a'ns start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes in advance ol time given.
TRAINS. LB AVE. 4BB1T1.
Peoria, Sprinjcfleld. St. I.
IndlanapolU. Cincinnati. M0 an- 9 55 pm
Peoria Express 7:20 pn
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
cinnati, Hloomtngton tllrin am
Cable & Sherrard Accora. J5-.45 an. 11:35 am
Cable & Bbeirard Accom. U0 7:15 pm
day. Phone West 1093.
I Dally, except
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON A
Qutncy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
IAVS- ABB IV.
7:30 am 6:S5 am
f7 30 am tfl:35 am
87:25 pm 7:10 pm
t7:25 pm t7:I0 pm
s7:40 pm 7.00 am
t7:00 am t7:00 pm
87:00 am 7:00 pm
St. Louis, Springfield
Galesburg, Peoria and
S terling, Mendota and
St. Louis, Kansas City,
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points In
termediate Dibuque, Clinton, La
Crose, St. Paul. Minn,
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
C; In ton and Intermediate
a. stop t nock Islaud 2b minutes lor meals,
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
PxllWAUKul Hon at foot of Seventeenth
i , street. George w. Wood,
"-f. 8en- Al1 tTu 8 wlu connect
Clinton. Dubuque. St. Paul. Chicago
and Milwaukee .
Muscatine, Ottumw, Waehiogtcn.
rulton. Savanna and Dubuque
Clinton, Dubuque and St. Pul
Omaha, Sioux City, Chcago and Mil
waukee Maquoketa, Omaha and Clinton
Daily except Sunday.
7 oo a.m
2:3 p. m
3 45 p m
4 58 p m
Oxford Junction and Monilcello.
Mequoheta and Omaba
St J'aul, Dubuque and Clinton...
St Paul, F. It on ar d Savanna. ...
11:40 a. to
PA) a m
2:33 p m
C hicago ana miton
Ottomwa and Muscatine
Chicago, Milwaukee, Lubuque aid St.
All trains daUy except Sunday
4:58 p m
which makes bad health. Constipation
causes most sickness. It probably causes
mull's Grape Tonic Cures
It is not a physic or like anything else
you ever used. It is a tonic containing
special properties of the grape which
strengthens the digestive organs and enables
them to perform their functions voluntarily
and properly. No griping. If it fails your
Send this advertisement and lOcentsto Lightning Medicine
Ave., Kock Island, 111., lor lance sample DolUe, or
R. R. Cable, P. Green await,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
II. P. Full, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buiord,
John Volk. J
Solicitors Jackson and Hunt.
UP AGAINST IT
Monev to loan on evervt him. Alsnsonu1
SI EC EL'S LOAN OFFICE. o-'O Twen
Chicago Dental Company
If yon are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We nse
nothing bat 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 Me our
thin elastic plate. Wo guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
man our prices below.
Cement fillings 25l
Bone filling 2SC
Platinum filling SOl
Silver fillings SOl
Grold fillings, 1 1 and up 7.00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5,00
115 set of teeth for J0,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Bpeidel't Drug 8 tor.
Charles E. Hodgson,
imerican Ins. Co Newark, N. 3.
Continental New York
Agricultural New York
Traders' Ins. Co. - Chieago, 111.
on Ins. Co Philadelphia, Pa.
-ikford Ins. Co Roekford, HI.
Security Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn.
tns.i'o. State of Illinois. Roekford, HI.
Office, rjom 3, Buford block. Rates
low m eonaistent with aecurity.
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands, has Injured none,
incorporated under the laws of 1!H
ols. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK. CO..
0m Mtarafcm. MKVEBA tt
A leter has been received by the of
ficials of the Cumberland bun club
from Mr. Stephens, of Moline, stating
that Charles 15udd and Tom Marshall.
the well known sportsmen who are
known as anion" the best shots in the
United States regarding- the holding1
of a bipr shoot here some time during.
the early winter.. The letter states
that the two men have been asking
egarding the matter and state that
they would. hold such a shoot on the
'uinberland (inn club grounus is sat
sfactory arrangements . could be
made. Several of the officials of the
Cumberland (J tin club are in confer
ence with Mr. Stephens in regard to
the matter and it is probable that
thinx will be arranged so that the
hoot will be held. The only stipula
tion that will be made is that it be
postponed until the shoot being plan
ned by the Cumberland (Jun club has
been held and the men will no doubt
.it-cede to this.
The Davenport !fc Suburban railroad
s no more a possibility but a fact.
There is no more a promise of build
ing a road but the thing that Daven
port has wanted so long is actually
under construction. The first work
toward what will be marked as a new
era in Uavenport History was ocgun
vesterilav on Fourth and Harrison
streets with ceremonies befitting the
occasion. All of the ollieers and those
who have worked so long for the
road were on hand to see the first
vork started. Mayor llet-ker was
there and was the person to throw
the first shovel of dirt.
The wedding of Christian Tinini and
Miss (Gertrude II. (ioakey. of Dura nt
111., took place Saturday night at the
home of Mrs. Frederika Meyer. 41S
Main street, in the presence of a few
f the intimate friends of the bride
and groom. 1 he ceremony was per
formed by .lust ice Louis Koddewig
I'he bride and groom will reside with
William llelniel has tiled in the dis
trict court a $10,000 damage suit
against the People's Light company
for alleged injuries received. Mr. Hel
mel states that the wires which carry
the current into his saloon on Kock
ingham road are supplied by the com
pany. and that the wires are in a bad
condition, lie states that he went to
turn on the light on the morning of
Aur. '27. and that because of the de
fect in the wires he received a shock
which knocked him insensible and ha?
made him unable to work.
iJcnosing in a solid oak casket, en
wrapped within the folds of a double
blanket, with a Quaker scarf around
his neck and a sheaf of ripened wheat
across his breast, the remains of the
late Ambrose C. Fulton were laid to
rest in Pine Hill cemetery yesterday
afternoon in accordance with the ex
pressed wish of the deceased ourmg
his life. The casket was placed in
strong slate box and around this was
built a solid wall of concrete 4 inches
in thickness, which insures the pre
servation of the casket for hundred
of years to come, after being placed
in the ground. The grave was dug to
a depth of 15 feet and 6 inches on
lot selected by Mr. r niton years ago
1 he casket in which .Mr. Hilton was
buried was constructed under his or
ders about ,K) years ago, since which
time it has been stored at the P.oies
undertaking parlors. It is built o
solid oak lumber. 1 .. inches in thick
ness. with main iron handles, just as
they came from a blacksmith shop
and no ornamentation or nameplate
of any kind to adorn the casket. No
paint or varnish lias been used in
nutting on the finishing touches and
it contained no silk or other linin
At the time of selecting the casket
Used by people of refinement
tor over a quarter ot a century
Bring us j our old disc records that
you have' grown tired of (either Co
lumbia or Victor), and we will ex
change them for the new Improved
Columbia Disc Becords. "e will al
low vou 30 cents for your 10-inch
record and other sizes in proportion
The new Improved Columbia Records
are of elegant workmanship and are
a decided advancement in the art of
record making. They have a ful
sweet tone, and owing to the manner
in which they are made they have a
less scratching tone; the needle seems
to run smoother on the record. We
also wish to introduce to vour notice
the new Grand Opera Sound Box,
which is designed to obviate the
scratch of the needle and at the same
time retain the full volume of tone.
We will exchange the new . Grand
Opera Sound Box for any of the old
style Columbia sound boxes now on
the market. Call at our warerooms
and get our plan of exchange. We
carry the largest line of records in
Graphaphcne headquarters at
16O9-1609 1-8 Seoad Arenas.
Mr. Fulton also secured the pillow up
on which his head was to rest after
the sleep of death had embraced him.
This pillowwas filled with some hard
substance resembling corn husk, and
was covered with an ordinary cotton
Lon Bryson, president of the Upper
Mississippi Uiver Improvement associ
ation has named the local committees,
who are to serve at the convention of
that body, to be held in this city, com
mencing tomorrow morning. Those
who are to have charge of affairs here
ire as follows: Arrangements, George
Laker, V. I). Petersen, V. L. P.ow
rs, Charles Francis; finance, M. ,J.
KagaU Hugo Krohn, M. lhinker, YV.
Smith; reception committee, Judge
French, .loo JI.'.Lnne, Col. .1. IJ. Nut
ting, J. L. "Sears, Julius Sanders, ('. A.
'icke, Thomas F. Halligan, F. C. Hen-
ningbaum, C. II. Lashford, .1. A. Le-
laire, F. 1). Letts, K. A. Shaw; enter-
ainment, F. Y. Kelley, A. V. llar-
maiin, .1. b. Herbert, J'I tutlord. t. I!
Miller, YY. II. Harrison. A. Y. Yander
Veer; delegates from Business Associ
ation, (ieorge T. Baker, YY. 1). Peter
sen, L. M. Marks.
At Mercy hospital, at the age of 8:
years, Mindav. occurred the death of
lohn Jess, an old cigarmaker, after
having been for five years an inmate
ot that institution. liei-eased was
Horn in M-niesw ig-iioistein, and came
to this country in 1)37, and to the
lainin hoarding house in 1S6(. having
served in the liermano-lJanish war
His only survivor is a nephew, John
Schroeder, who resides in Clinton
county. For many' years deceased
conducted a cigar store opposite the
old Mueller saw mill, but retired to
the hospital five years ago to spend
his reclining days.
Scientists of eastern Iowa have or
ganized the Iowa Anthropological so
ciety, to collect, preserve and study
the relics of the mound builders ami
Indians of Iowa, and promote interest
in the science of anthropology gener
illy. Officers were elected at fol
lows: President, Prof. Samuel Calvin
lowa iity; vice president, .1. Jl. l'aar-
mann. Davenport; secretary. Dr. Du-
ren ,i. 11. warn, lowa titv; treasurer.
rof. F. K. Bolton. Iowa City.
THINKS THE SOUTHWEST
la Best for Homeseebers. No Une CoIt
Winter to Contend With Land
Values on tbe Increase.
To those looking for homes, and
who nave small capital, there is no
opening so good as the southwest
Farm lands in the older states hav
reached so high a price that, in order
to realize anything on the investment
owners must charge a rental so high
that it takes all and often more than
the land will produce to pay the rent
I he money reijuircd to pay the rent
on these tarms m two years will pay
for a farm in this country.
In Oklahoma and Indian Territory
New Mexico, western Kansas, Arkan
sas and 1 exas, you can raise more
grain, hay. vegetables, fruit, etc
than in any other country on earth
lull have the whole year round to
raise a crop. The seasons are so long
that one hardly knows where one sea
son ends and the other begins.
l on have no long, cold winter to
contend with. All the great staple
cereals grow abundantly; senii-tro-
ical fruits of all kinds, and as to veg
etables, they grow the year 'round
Southwest Oklahoma and Indian Ter
ritory are particularly attractive
One driving over this country for the
first tune cannot help but he struck
by its beauty antl its many advan
rages to the tanner or stock grower,
lhe lay of the country is gently un
dulating, with a beautiful stream of
clear water every six to 10 mile
aim the banks of these streams are
bordered with fine timber, while in
many places the very best of buildin
What more could be desired? It
would seem that nature reserved this
veritable garden as the last to be
made a state, as if leaving it as
crown ox glory to oe worn in memory
and distinction for the many good
things showered upon the most God-
favored people that ever lived.
in intuan territory are more acre
of good farming lands, more good
timber, more coal, and better oppor
tunities for the poor man. for the
man with small capital, to induce him
to crime here, than in any other part
of this continent. To the capitalist
ine manuiaciurer, there are oppor
tunities unsurpassed. Here at Adding-
ton, where the writer lives, we have
in inexhaustible quantities the finest
of shale for the manufacture
pressed brick, tiling, etc., that can be
found in any country. Our town lie
on gently sloping ground, giving line
drainage. Ye have an abundance of
the purest water, and as to health
there is no healthier place on earth.
P. H. STKKLE.
rurther information about Okla
nma and Indian territory is given
in "Kock Island States Southwest.'
04-page booklet recently issued by the
passenger department of the Lot
Island System. ror a copy, write
John Sebastian, passenger traffic man
ager. Chicago. 111.
J he Kock Jsianii hys-.-m also issues
a monthly paper called the Western
Trail and devoted to the territory
traversed by Kock Island lines. Koch
issue contains letters from men and
women who have bettered their con
dition in life by removing to the
southwest. The Western Trail will
le mailed you for oiie year for 25
cents in stamps or silver.
Homeseekers' excursions twice a
month via Kock Tsland System Uy
points in the southwest. Full infor
mation at all Kock Island ticket offices.
Twenty-five minutes after the Mo
line police had received word from
Davenport that Ilobert Morgan had
stolen a horse and buggy front Jesse
Myers, the thief was lodged behind
the bars of the jail in this city.
He was caught at Thirteenth street
nd Fourth avenue. Jesse Myers had
tied his horse in front of a place in
Davenport and left the outfit with a
friend. On returning the rig had dis
Mrs. Caroline Hogberg. residing
with her daughter, Mrs. Adolph Gus
tafson, 7:$1 Third avenue, died at ::::o
O'clock Saturday afternoon after an
illness of nine years with chronic
heumatism. She was born in Sweden
Nov. 12, 1S.T2, and came to Moline with
her husband and family in 1S70. Her
husband died Aug. 1S84. She leaves
two children. John Hogberg and Mr
dolph Gustafson, of this city. From
the latter's home the funeral wns
held yesterday afternoon at ? o'clock.
Frank and (.harles Baker were
scorched quite badly yesterday after
noon at the People's Power company
plant on Fourth street by getting in
front of a sealed tank full of
gas which caught fire. Their eyes and
iir were burnt and their skin blis
tered, but they were able to go to the
physician's office, where their wounds
Friday morning the Swedish l'ap-
ist Sunday School association hold.
its quarterly conference in this city
to which 50 delegates will come. The
onvention will be called to order in
the First Swedish Baptist church
this city. Friday morning will be de
voted to welcome atldresses and trans
it-ting of business. In the evening
Lev. J. A. Carlson, of Austin, ill., will
lhe board of local improvements
met at the city hall yesterday after
noon and let the contracts for ad
ditonal city paving. The Tri-Citv Con
st ruction company secured the work
on the three pieces on which bid
were called for. lhe McCarthy Stone
company of Davenport tried for the
contracts, but is figures were too high
I'he thoroughfares to be paved and the
figures: Lleventh avenue from Ninth
street to Thirteenth. SW.O.IO; Kighth
street from Third to Fifth avenues.
$r(,l(0; Kighth street from Fifth to
l'leventh avenues, $5,000.
Manager White, of the high school
football team, has cancelled the Clin
ton game because Clinton insisted on
playing graduated men. A game with
i preparatory school at Macomb may
lie played at Macomb the .'51st. Quincy
high school is a bidder for a game
with Moline. and has made an excel
lent offer for next Saturday at Quincv
rhis is Davenport day for Moline, but
, movement is on foot for Da'venpor
to play lmriington, la., and thus per
mit Moline to plav at Quinev this
week and at Davenport the 31st.
The revised rating book of the Mo
line Ketail Merchants association has
been completed and the various mem
hers of the organization have re
ceived copies of the publication. Many
new names have been added to the
book which is now far more com
plete than the old one.
Miss Agatha Jones yesterday took
up her duties as visiting nurse for
Moline. She paid three calls.
Kast Moline Saturday turned (low
the proposition to annex the addition
of Mrs. L. M. Warner to the village
corporation. The vote stood 52 agains
annexation and 24 in favor of it. Tw
reasons are assigned for the failure
of the proposition to carry. One
that a suspicion lurked in Fast Moline
to the effect that there was a desire
to saddle on to the Kast Moline trus
tees the expense of restoring the
bridge across a ditch on the Fourth
avenue road, which "is washed out
frequently by rains.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
miDgham and New Orleans. Two fast
One hundred miles
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.
C. II. Q. Fxcurnlon.
From Oct. 17 to 21, $11.25 Kansas
City and return.
From Oct. 11 to 24, inclusive, $3.7
Peoria and return.
C. It. & Q. Excursions.
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, Ogden, Helena and
Butte. $21 Billings.
For further information please call
at C. B. & Q. depot, corner Twentieth
street and Second avenue, or 'phone
Broke Into His (loose.
S. Le Quinn, of Cavendish. Vt was
robbed of his customary health by in
vasion of chronic constipation. When
Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into
his house his trouble was arrested and
now he's entirely cured. They're guar
anteed to cure. 25 cents, at Uartz. &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
TOO MUCH MEDICINE.
The ytem continually wronged by over-eating and over
drinking, and the debilitated condition aggravated by
dosing with harsh nauseous drugs and medicines ,t
The excessive and indiscriminate use of
medicines, in these days, cannot be too
strongly condemned. The food ybu eat If
properly digested. Is all the tonic you need.
Only common sense is needed. .The food
must be digested and the bowels must not
be allowed to clog, rre serve your health by
preventing these conditions.
Constipation surely leads to Indigestion,
biliousness, etc., and these conditions when
neglrcted affect the condition of the blood,
debilitate the system, rendering it suscep
tible to more serious ailments, and less able
to resist such attacks.
If your stomach has been abused by over
eating, weakened by drug or sickness, you
won t have to stop eaiing or diet yourself.
All you need is something that will aid the
stomach in its functions and relieve it from
leing constantly irritated by undigested food.
The purest and simplest remedy lorthispur
poae . are the California Prune Wafers, a
natural dissolvent made from the pnre, fresh
fruit, a general laxative and sweetener of
the stomach no other medicine is neces
When you are Bilious, it is a sign that your
Liver is out of order, and the poisonous bile,
instead of being excreted from the body
through the intestines, is taken up lit the
blood. Aa a result of biliousness, the entire
Calif ornicv Prime Wafers
Extracted trom the Trait. Sweet h3 Pure
Easy to Take and Warranted to Cur
Biliousness, Constipation. Indigestion and all
100 WAFERS. 25 CENTS
YOU CAN EAT WHAT YOU PLEASE if yon follow each meal with a CA LTPO R lfTA
PRUNE WAFER, which quickly dissolves the most indigestible food, and helps to
carry it through and out of the system in a gentle and healthful manner, without th
slightest pain, griping or nausea.
THE IIARPEU HOUSE PHARMACY, H. O. ROLFS, PROP.
DR.. HORNE'S SKILL!
His knowledge of diseases peculiar to men and t lie success of Lis
treatment has established his reputation as the leading special
ist iu this class of diseases.
lie makes no promises he cannot fulfill.
He cures stricture without knife or bong-ic.
He fulfilled every promise he has made.
lie cures Contagious P.lood roison. neer to return.
He cures loss of Manly Vigor, no stimulant, but permanent.
He cures Vericocele without operation and no loss of time.
The profession of specialism is a high calling, but it is one which
is much abused. 1 take great pride in the fact that 1 have always
conducted my practice in an honorable, professional manner, dealing
with patients in a straightforward, business-like way. My skill.- to
gether with my extensive experience, enables me to gie my patients
the best possible service obtainable anywhere. Each case receives a
careful and thorough diagnosis and I give candid opinion as to its cur
ability. If a case is incurable I never hold out false hopes to my
ability to make a cure. I have cured hundreds of cases, however,
which other doctors have pronounced incurable. I have never failed
to fulfill every promise I make, and, as a result. I never have a dis
satisfied patient. I treat sucessfullv KIDNEY AND P. LADDER
DISEASES. PROSTATIC TROUBLES. IWNATCRAL WEAKNESS.
I1LOOD AND SKIN DISEASES, SCROFCLA. RHEUMATISM AND DIS- T
EASES PECULIAR TO MEN AND WOMEN. ?
I am enabled to perfect a prompt and permanent cure because T
of my complete knowledge of eery detail of these diseases and their
effect upon various portions of the system. This knowledge lias been J
gained by an experience of many years, during which time I have ri-
ginated and perfected improved methods of accomplishing cures
wln'nli nri lmlnnwn to nnv either nhvsieian. but- which arc successful.
Consult Me About Your Case Without Cost
I invite you to consult me freely without charge. I deal with my
patients in an honorable and straightforward manner and court' the
closest investigation of my methods. If you cannot see me personally
write fully about your case, as my improved system of symptom
blanks enables you to explain your case fully, and as I can treat you
successfully at home.
i Dr. J. Alvin Home,
Rooms 49, 50 and 31, Mitchell &
Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and
111 11 M- M"M"I- 1 1 1' I
Telephone 1812 West, or call at 1316 Third Avenue.
Stengel, J5he Plumber.
Wholesale Dealer In PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL
Manufacture! of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITXKKS.
1616-1618 TMrfl Avenue, Bock Ialand. III. ' '
system suffers. There aregriplnK pains la
the Abdomen, Headaches, Disziness, Consti
pation. Pain in the Kight Side; and some
times the skin becomes fallow and yellowish,
rough and itch v. Take two or three Cali
lomia Prune Wafer after meals, and in
a short time your liver will be perform
ing its proper function, driving the bile
from the system. Use nothing but Cali
fornia Prune Wafers no other medicine is
California Prune Wafers If taken os di
rected, will positively cure the most ob
stinate cases of indigestion. Torpid I.ivr,
Constipation, Biliousness, etc., so as to stay
cured. . .
CALIFORNIA PRUNE WAFERS do the
work without the slightest pain, gripe or
nausea. They produce natural end easy
movement of the bowels, are easy to take,
pure and healthful.
They are natures own remedy, better thsn
pill or purge, better than cathartic teas that
gripe and nauseate, better than anything for
moving the bowels, because CALIFORNIA
PRUNE WAFERS are a NATURAL IIS
SOLVENT and not a purge, acting gently
and naturally on the contents of the Bowels,
producing easy movement. They regulate the
Liver and Stomach, cleanse the System and
Purify the blood, cure all Bowel Troubles,
Bad Breath, Bad Blood, Wind on tbe Stom
ach, Foul Mouth, Headache, 1'imples snd
Di7ine9s, A Liver Tonic from Natures Lab
ratory. 100 Wafers for 25cts.
is not a Dollar
Need be Paid
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is: Not a Dollar
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