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THE AH&TJS, WJEDN1CSDAY, JANUARY 13. 1904.
Tz'zi Dr. BoTT P:Ps forCorrtiratlon. jr.-,- '
, kiaU tbc Ins-l? cf thiJ T.'fappcr. -'
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For Coughs, Colds Iloaroe
neea, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Croup, Influenza, Whooping
Cough, Incipient Consumj
tion, and for the relief of
consumptive patient. in ad
vanced stages of the disease.
AS PREPARED BY THE
.Ear. Ep.J.'W. Bill,
For Salo by ell Droplets.,'
'Price 25 Cents.
directions uisiii- t
MISS ROSE OWENS,
No. 720 Seventeenth St.
"If every suffering woman
has the same experience with
Wine of Cardui that I had,
your medicine will be most
rspular. About a year ago
began to have a worn out
tired feeling with lassitude,
pains in the back and head
which kept increasing every
month. I felt that I needed
something, but to get the
right medicine was the trou
ble. I finally decided on
your Wine of Cardui and only needed to
take three bottles whea I was fully re
covered." f Rl i' Hose Owen, who
I has a responsible iosition in
" " i the liovcruinent service at
Washington. I. C. deei'hil to
try Wine f Cardui, she made a wise
choice. Over a million women have
been relieved of female weakness by this
same Wine of Cardui. Jt is not a
stronjj medicine but may be taken every
day in the year by any woman with
benefit. It does not force results, but
corrects derangements of the menstrual
organs. It strengthen the nervous
system, pi ves tone to the bodily func
tions, act directly on the genital
organs, and is the finest tonic For wo
men known to the science of medicine.
WINE of CARD
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
I Xl OKPOUATKD rxOKK STATK LAW.
Capital Stock. aiOO.OOO- Foor Per Cent Interest raid on Depoalta
Ktt and property of :i!l kinds Jire m;i njued by this depart
nent. which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the ciiiipan. We act as executor of and trustee tinder Wills, Ad
ministrator. (Iiiardian ami Con-erat or of Kstates.
Ileeeiver and ;isigi:ee of insolvent estates. Oeneral financial
igeit for non-residents, women, imalids, and others.
It's Quality That Counts
In eoal it's quality that make
beat, it's quality that retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
onfumption 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 paving for dirt, refuse
or nnburnables. The eoal we
handle, both hard and soft- de
serves all the good things we acd
our patrons say for it. A ton will
-ftlir as loudly a ssrload.
E. G. FRAZEP
Thev are injurious and do not cure. Insist
on getting the genuine Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup THE ONE THAT HAS STOOD THE
TEST FOR FIFTY YEARS. See that the
M Bull's Head " is on the package.
DOCTORS PRESCRIBE IT
T)r Ti A. i hott.81 W. lGlsiStrt-et. New
"Yurie City, writes: "Dr. Bull's Cotih
rSyrup w useu With great sai isJaction lj
my patients. I frequently prescribe it and
am fuliy repaid for so doing."
Cr uo attacks a child without warning
and needs very prompt attention or it may
prove serious, even fatal. If yon notice
any symptoms 01 croup, give t,niy a smaii
d'l-e ot l)r. tsmi s toii:ii byriip. it will
relieve instantly and cure in & night.
My three children were sick with the
crono and a severe, hard cough. After
having given the children half a bottle of
Dr. .bulls Uougli byrup they were well,
and I therefore can recommend it at the
best cough and croup remedy I have ever
used. M rs. Cora w imams, w eston, luu.
will relieve croup instantly and cure it in a
niirht. No danger from choking alter you
have given baby one or two dose?. Kvery
mother should keep a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup in the house to be prepared
for sudden attacks ot croup.
Coughs and Golds
There is uo cae of throat orlunztrouble
which Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will not
cure. It is today the only absolutely
sure and safe cure for cough, cold, hoarse
ness bronc hitis, influenza, croup, w 1km liv
ing cough, bleeding lungs or hemorrhages
and consumption. It contains no harmful
Small Dose. Pleasant To Take.
The ACfomnanvins illustration is a fac
simile of the genuine package, Isold at all
druggists, 25c.. 50e. and $1 .On. Be s ure that
the package has the trade-mark, a " Bull's
Head." lr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure
speed i ly and w i 1 1 lea ve t he t h roat and lungs
in a tiealtliv arm normal comimon.
A. C. ML Y Eli CO., Baltimore, Md.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
If you are a suffering wo
man we would say to you
that Wine of Cardui seldom
fails to completely cure any
case of female ills. We say
emphatically, it never fails
to benefit. "Kvery day hun
dreds of sufferers are writing
to our ladies' Advisory De
part ment. The letters are
opened by persons compe
tent to give advice,. Airs,
.loues was cured bv follow
ing ihe advice which was freely given
her by the Ladies' Advisory "Depart
ment. Miss Owens was cured without
advice by just buying a $1.00 bottle of
Wine of Cardui from her druggist and
taking this great medicine in the pri
vacy of her home, ."o doctor's ex
amination, treatment or advice is nec
essary. You have read what these two
cureJ women have written. Is this not
enough to lead you to determine to be
rid of suffering?
August 13. 1900, Mrs. W. II. Jones,
of Cameron. Mo., writes:
I suffered terribly at monthly periods
for three years. I would sometimes go for
seven months with no flow at alL Now
1 have my health back again and am
expecting to be confined in January. I
cannot praise your medicine enough."
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
II. 15. SIMMON",
Jlf n nod W omen I nantmou About It.
Many women weep and wail and refuse
to lx comforted because thefr y"ce mas
niticer.t trrsos h.:ve leeim thin an'!
faded. Mai.y men incline h profanity
because the flies bite through the thin
thatch on their miliums. It will le g.oil
r."W! tn the miseralIe of both sexe5. t'-
!-.irn thnt Xewbr'. IlerpJcide lias been
rlnc.l upon the market. This is the new
RornifoMo and antiseptic that acts
by tlstroyine the germ or microbe that
Is t'.e i:n.Ier!ying cause of all hair de
r'r::ion. Herpiclde Is a new prepara
ti'ir;. made after a new- formula on n
rrtirriy new principle. Anyone who has
tri---! it will testify as to its worth. Try
It y.-jrwlf an.l be convinced. Sold byte-.
V.rz rfrv.frcists. Snd 1V in stamps
f r Mmn'c to The Herpicide Co.. De-
Tor sa!e bv T. H. Thomas.
Directories of North and Scuth Da
kota, Missouri, Iowa. Wisconsin. Te
oria and 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
tion Agency. 207-209 Brady street,
Monday evening- at 'J o'clock occur
red the death of Ollie Clark, at hi
home in lSuffal:. The cause of death
was uneumonia fr.m which he had
Leen a MifTerer for four or rive (lavs
Deceased was the son at Klwoo
Clark, and was about -A vears of age,
He leave.- a w ife.
very Uev. .lames Davis. . d., rec
tor of the Sacred Heart cathedral, will
bless the bell of the church of Our
Ladv tjf Lourdes at Bettendorf next
Sunday, in the place of lit. Rev. Bi
! losgroe. who will he unable to uo
s.o bv reason of illness. The ceremony
will be performed at '.i o'clock in the
afternoon. The ermmi will be pro-
noiiiit-ed by Rev. Father Kelly, of St
Marv's Catholic church, Mcline
The death of Mrs. Phoebe K. P.roek
ett ficcnrre I at Mercy hospital at
7 o'clock Monday eenin'r. Mr
liroeKeit ten ami on.ke ner arm
on the .!rl of this month, an in
iiirv finite seere in itself for one o
her age. The fall, however, proved
fatal one from the fact that it showed
on afterward that Mrs. Brocket t
was siifFeriiiir from a tumor, of which
sin- had not pieiiislv been itwart
She was born Nov. 1". 1::;! in New
Ash ford. Berkshire count v, Mass.. was
: married there tn Thomas Brocket t in
tV:; and came to I);i en port with him
in !.. 1 hev nae made their home
here since then, with the exception
of two or three ears lately spent at
l-'argo. S. I). Mr. Crockett surives
with three children: Mrs. Dr. .1. I)
Met 'on ne! I. who arrived here f roin
Fargo be fere her mother's death, and
l-M win and Charles (iilbert ISroekett
The board .f directors ;f the Out
ing club at its last meeting made an
important change in the matter of the
nlert ainiiient that will characterize
(lull night in the future. Tonight
the club assembly will include
as well lis dancing
sif icr-dinner amusement. an
itter a card party will he given
each alternate eiinesda v evening
and will alternate fortnightly with
The police hae been notified by Mr
Pah!, brother-in-law of John Uehder
a cigarmaker, of the hitter's mysteri
us disappearance which dates from
last Thurs:!ny. Mr. Pahl says that
bis brother-in-law is cigarmaker in
the einph v of Fred Ilaak factory
an.l resides on Sixth street between
Mvrtle and Vine streets. He complain-
il of being- ill Thursday last, and left
the shop at lo o'clock in the forenoon
He was seen later going down Oreen
r Mrl!e street between Second ail'l
Third streets in the direction of the
riwr. ci mixing been seen since It
is the suppisith n of his' met her and
ister. as also of his friends, that he
ha- been drowned. The missing
man was ''' ea rs old and
lied at the home of Mis:
Katie Itehrier on West sixth street
He was unmarried, light complexioned
well built, dressed in his working
clothe-, wore a K. of P. button, and
may be recognized by the letters ",I
I.'." tatooed on his arm.
As a icsiilt f the balloting at th
annual election of the Davenport P.usi-
nes Mens association .Monday, but
one cainii.'ate received a majority of
the otes. A V. Haiuami. who was tin
oinv one voted tor tor vice president,
and was elected. V. ('. Wadsworth
M. .1. F.aga!. .lohn F. Dow and II. F
-larchow were Italhtcd for, for tin
ifhYe of president, but no one having
received a majority of the votes cast
the regular meeting held later declar
ed there wa no election. A. A. Bal
luff and Hugo Krohn were Ihe candi
dates tor treasurer, ami .Mr. i.aiiun
was elected, but it was claimed that
lie whs not a member of the associa
tion, having resigned a short time ago
an I he was therefore ineligible to
A trust deed for .? .immmmmi was filed
u the district recorders onice yester
day which was given bv the Iowa '
1 1 ! i n -is Railway companv. to ihe (iir-
ard Trust company of Philadelphia.
The big trust deed was tiled as a se
curity for the capital with which the
road i now
in process f completion.
Thejtrust j!eed was issued for $M(M).-
IN 10, Tint the bonds which will be issued
on the deed amount to only $1,000,000.
The deetl was issued for twice the
amount of the bond isiie so that if the
road at any future time wanted to
increase it capital sti ck, or buy in
more property, bonds could be issued
without filing another trust deed. At
present the road is only capitalized
at S l.-.oo.iioo and the state laws for
bid more than $!.noo.(iixi being issued.
The ieed was given for vears and
draws ." per cent int rest in gold
nr its equivalent. There is a clause in
serted which slates that the company
can redeem any of the bonds at the
time the interest on such bond is due.
which is semi-annually. The deed was
siuned bv I. D. McDaid. president of
the I. v I., and F. V. Kllis. secretary.
ile for the trust com puny was sign-
d by K. B. Morris, president and (.
The Scott County Bar association
held its meeting yesterday for the
election of ofricers: Maurice Donegan.
if the firm of Sharon v: Donegan was
elected as president, and the other
officers follow : Vice president. Oeorge
W. Scott: secretary, R.C. Fk-ke; treas
urer. W. H. Wilson.
The police were notifMfl of the sleek
work of a smooth stranger who enter
ed the five shop of John (I. Meyer on
Brady street alxve Fifth in theem
merer block early Saturday night and
secured a valuable skirt which had
been left to be cleaned by a customer.
Mr. Meyer gave the stranger the skirt
and thought no more about it until
about o'cU.ck when the lady who left
it to lie cleaned entered and called for
it. He then realized that he had been
worked by the stranger. He gave a
description of the man to the police
and the detectives are searching for
Bowling. .Ian. II. Mrs. .lohn Ash.
Sr.. is iiiif sick.
C. B. Kllis i spending a few days in
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Huijh Robertson, died Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Cotobed. of
Howard. Kan., are visiting friends and
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. C.oddard left
Wednesday ft r St. Louis where they
will make their future home.
Miss Mabel McP.urney and brother,
I'ster, were in Rock Island Saturday.
Kdward Daxon put up ice Satur
day. Mrs. William Wilscn is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ash are spend
ing a few davs w ith Mr. and Mrs. .lohn
Andalusia. .Ian. l.'t. ("la v ton .Tones,
of Toledo. Iowa is visiting with relatives-
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Coles arc afflicted with chit-ken pox.
.1. I). Walton and wife, of Carbon
ClitT. were recent visitors here.
Kicsburg and Spoo. of Davenport,
will start a meat market here this
A. I. Simmons and Rewel Roth were
business visitors in Ruck Island the
first part of the week.
Mrs. K. K. .limes is y isit ing - M rs
Ball, of Tavlor Ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Delos Holmes spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Davis Simp
son. of Fdgiugti n.
Miss Josephine Strohmeier is visit
ing at La Hartie. III., with Miss Ben
in h (iardner.
Arthur Roth, who lias resided at
Maple Hill, Iowa, the past two year
is returned home.
K. y . ri-o(!kman an;l wite. of t ni
ter Point, Iowa, are visiting their par
ents and other relatives.
NEWS IN OUTLINE
senator tiaiimcer nas iiMrouucra a
bill for the establishing and organiza
tion of a corps of trained nurses iti the
I'nitcd States navy.
The ll'Sth animal session of the New
Jersey legislature has convened.
i mines .Macule, at c incugo. nied a
suit tor .iii.(KH damages against Oeo
Mason, alleging alienation of the af
fection of his wife.
The Ministers" union, of Cleveland,
O., composed of Protestant clergymen
has declared against the remarriage of
Ihe czarina is again ill at St. Peters
burg and her physicians fear that an
abscess is forming in her ear.
Charles S. (Joodvvin. a stock broker
at I'l'i; LaSalle street, Chicago, l as been
missing for two weeks.
Mayor Toin L. Johnson's o-cent fare
street railway ordinance has been
passed by the Cleveland council.
A woman who had been masquerad
ing as a cowlKiy for twenty-five years
yvns betrayed at Bockville, Ida., when
her body was prepared for burial.
The Persian government has recog
nized the independence of the republic
When Judge -Dunne, of Chicago, was
presented to the president with the
information that the judge was the fa
ther of thirteen children, Roosevelt
aid "Hurrah for Jjidge Dunne.
The third liJg tire to visit Lowell,
Mass., within a week gutted three bust
ness blocks, entailing a loss estimated
It ? II lO.IK K I.
Toe t la ns got the decision over Willie
Fitzgerald at the end of the tenth
round of a tight at Detroit.
The'Sviet. St. Petersburg paper, re
sents the suggestion from a New York
paper that the differences between Rus
sia and Japan be referred to The Hague
Freachlnsr and Practice.
Spellbinder Yes. my friends, eternal
vigilance Is the price of liberty. Be on
your guard. A word to the wise Is suf
Voice (from the audience) Then you
must take us for gol darn fools! You
have been talking for an hour and a
half. Kansas City Journal.
You want the children to
rrow, but not all lenjrthwise.
When they start that way
Scott's KmuUion will help
them to grow right with
clue plumpness and outward
proportion, and with inward
vigor and good spirits.
The Emulsion increases
digestive power and strength
ens the vital organs to get
the best and make the most
out of all the other food. It
gives a kind of help that every
growing child ouijht to have.
We'll ead you a vimj.ie tree upon ;eques.
SCOTT BOW NE. 4oo pearl Stree:. NcwYork.
Peter Peterson, of Fourteenth
avenue, well known" as "Teamster
Pete," having been engaged in this
occupation for many years, met yvith
a mishap Monday that came near re
sulting fatally, and it is vet very
doubtful whether he will recover. He
had loaded his wagon with coal at
the Sackricld mine, and had started for
his home in this city. when he fell
from the wagon, alighting on his head
and shoulders. His spine was so
bacdy affected that it resulted in
paralysis of both his legs and arms.
He was brought to Moline.
litis Matrnusson. of l'M Fourth ave
nue met with a painful accident while
in the employ of the Moline Ice com
pany. He was engaged in loading a
car with ice. and while attempting
to put a i:;0-pound cake of the
crystal into the car. the tongs slipped
and allowed it to fall on his foot.
Every bone in the instep was broken
and the hitr toe was so badlv mashed
that it was necessary to amputate it
za r i
week of March It has been set
as the time for the annual ha
lf the Industrial Home asocia
The committee which has chargt
of the bazar was instructed to make
all arrangements complete as soon a
possible and to leave nothing undone
which would make the fair as success
ful as it has been in the past. Quite a
little trouble has been experienced in
finding a suitable date for holding the
fair. Heretofore, both the Turners
and the Industrial Home association
nave na l tlieir lairs about the same
time, near. the Tha nkstriv inir season.
It was decided this year to have the
events further apart, and consequent ly
both organizations, without knowing
that the other had taken any action
in regard to the matter, set the time
for the fair the first week in Febru
ary. Before it was known that the
dates were conflicting, the Turners
had made preparations for their fair,
and consequent ly the Home associa
tion postponed its bazar.
Monday evening, an installation of
the newly elected officers of the St.
Oeorge lodge of the K. P. was held at
the Castle hall, followed by an elabor
ate banquet ami a social time. Past
(iraud Chancellor Cook, of Peoria;
and Deputy Orand Chan-ellor C. V.
Johnson, of this city, had charge of
the installation. The following officers
were initiated: Chancellor. Henry K.
Lau; vice chancellor. Henry Oldefcst;
prelate, Franz Swaiisin; master of
work. ('. V. Sandst rom; keeper of re
cords, Joseph Nadler; master of fin
ance. Thomas. W. Rcnoe; master of
exchequer. William B. Putter; master
at arms. F. II. Kracke; inner guard.
i list I-'. Anderson: outer guard, .1. 1.
Smith; trustees. ('. V. Johnson, (iust
Pfeiffer ami William Dierolf.
Ihe directors of the Moline County
Insurance company have elected of
ficers for the new year. The officers
are: i'resident. A. P. Liindqiiist; vice
piesident. A. V. Ksterdahl; secretary,
. I-.. Iroyd; treasurer, Kmil Dahl-
helm: appraiser. A. J. Swanson
Signatures haw ben secured bv Ihe
T'ri-City Railway company for the
necessary frontage to permit of tin
carrying- out or the plan to build
loops for the Prospect park and Fair-
mount lines, and for Ihe blue line at
its eastern lerminal at Riverside ceme
tery gate. The loon for the hill lines
when made will turn west on Fif
teenth street t Fifth avenue and turn
north again at rourtoenth street to
join the blue line at Fourth avenue.
The loop tit the cemetery will turn
north at Twenty-seventh street and
turn west en Fifth avenue to join the
present line at Twenty-third street.
The c mpany has not yet decided
when it will make these changes, and
the decision vv ill not be made for some
time, it is understood. The plans for
the summer sen son have not vet been
outlined, and it will probably be f0
days before they are taken up. by
which time steel nrices m.-iv become n
less uncertain factor in such
Maj. Oen. John Averv. state com
mander of the I. V. V.. was in the
ity Monday evening and installed the
fticers i f the local union at the home
of M. M. Rogerson. 444 Railroad ave
nue. The following were induct
ed into office: Colonel. (Jodfrer
I'lihah; lieutenant colonel. Oeorge
M. Stodrmrd: major. .1. K. tle.-l.--
ha plain. H. B. Pierce; quartermaster.
M. M. Rogerson; surgeon. Dr. J. W.
Morgan; officer of the dav, J. W. Par
ker; officer of the guard. N. W. Smith
Supt. derard I. Smith of the public
schools has announced the features
of the prize exhibit to be marie bv
the Moline schools at the St. Louis
expo-ition. The aim will not be for a
large exhibit and emphasis will be
placed on merit in making the selec
tions for the exhibit.
Jan. II. C. If. Pope to C. L. Porter,
t 14. block 170. Last Moline, S:iK).
Ldward Stoehr to Fred Engst. n1,.
.. 17. le. Sl.Mm.
Remharf fireder to ti. V. Kale, e .t
feet e S. feet of s'j. lot s. and e s.",
feet lot t. block 13. Chicago or !vv
er add.. Rock Island. fl.s.Vi.
Jan. 12. A. A. Anderson to Susan A.
Samuel-oil, hit 5. block O. Moline Wa
ter Power eomfmny'it add., Moline.
C. H. Pope to the J. W. Potter com
pany, lot 6, b!H:k 170. Fast Moline,
Lucia n K. iaybrd to John fiarnett.
lot block 3. Healy's subdiv.. :.:, 1,
... v v
Every Catarrh sufferer dreads the coming of winter, for with the first
breath of the "ice-king" this miserable disease is fanned into life and all
the disgusting symptoms return. The nostrils are stopped up and the
throat can be kept clear of mucous secretions only by continual hawking
and spitting. Catarrh is a nuisance
and source of annoyance, not only
to the one who has it. but everybody
else. The thick, yellow discharge
from the head produces a feeling of
personal defilement, and the odor of
the breath is almost intolerable.
The catarrhal poison brings on
stomach troubles and affects the Kid
neys and Bladder. It attacks the
soft bones and tissues of the head
and throat, causing total or partial
deafness, the loss of smell, and giv
ing to the voice a rasping, nasal
twang. No part of the body is secure
from its ravages. Catarrh makes
you sick all over, for it is a dis
ease of the blood, and circulates" all
through the system, and for this
reason, sprays, washes, inhalers,
powders and salves have proven
The way to cure Catarrh thor
oughly and permanently is to cleanse
the blood of the unhealthy secretions
that keep the membranes of the body
inflamed, and nothing docs this so
surely and promptly as S. S. S. As
long as the blood, is poisoned with
Catarrhal matter the discharge of mucus and other disgusting symptoms
of the miserable disease will continue. S. S. S. goes to the fountain source
of the trouble and purifies and enriches
blood-tainting and stubborn disease. We make no charge whatever for
medical advice. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., A TLANTA, CA.
MEN AND WOMEN. Wake Up!
Is Your Back Weak? Have You Drag
ging Pains? Are You Easily Tired?
Have You Rheumatism?
Have you lost the fire and strength of
youth? Are you grow ing old too soon'
If you have these symptoms or
other sign of breaking down of your
nerves and vitality, von will find new
life in electricity as applied accord
ing to my system. Dr. Home's treat
men is made for .you it is the bct
way to use electricity. It pours a
gentle stream of life into the weak-'
ened parts. It refreshes the nerves.
expands the vital powers, enriches the Services and N-Ray Examination
circulation and fnakes you feel bright. Free.
active and vigorous. You get stronger each day and in a few- weeks you
are a. new man. stronger and younger in t he fire of youth. It is grand,
this method of mine. Business men, professional men, ministers, athletes,
men of national renown, ami every man in every walk of life who have ever
used it are praising it.
Are you suffering from physical and vital weakness, rheumatism, lame
back, jjcrvoiis debility, weak back, bladder and urinary troubles, sciatica,
lumbago, paralvsis, locomotor ataxia, constipation, throat troubles, poor
circulation, dyspepsia, indigestion, asthma, enlarged or inflamed prostate
gland, sleeplessness, epileptic fits, piles, neuralgia, kidney and liver (rou
bles, spots floating before the eyes, palpitation of the heart, shortness of
breath, headache, shooting pains in the chest, back, hips and ankles? Have
you weak Iioigs or bronchial tubes, female weakness, leiichorihoca
(whites), heart trouble, nervous exhaustion, or any evidence of breaking
down in man or woman? If so, there is quick relief and a permanent cure
in store for you at Dr. Ilornc's oflieo.
Consultation free and confidential.
Dr. J. Alvin Home,
Rooms 40, 50 and 51, Mitchell Sr. Lynde Building, Rock Island, Illinois.
Ilours: 9 to 12, 2 o 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
Telephone 1312 West, or call at 1316 Third Avenue
Stengel, 5e? Plumber.
CHANN0N, PERRY 6c CO.,
Davis Blosk. Old Thone 1148. New 8148. 112 West Seventeenth St
COULD NOT HEAR THE TICK OF A
"Watsonvillc, Fa., July 13, 1903.
Dear Sira: '
I have used S. S. S. for Catarrh of tha
inner ear, and have found it an excel
lent remedy for same. I had been
troubled with this disease for Tears
and tried many things in an effort to
tret relief, but nothing- did me any
rjrmanent good until I beg-an S. S. S.
had a discharg-e from my ear and my
bearing- waa ao badly affected that I
could not hear the tick of a clock. I was
in bad shape when I beg-an your med
icine. S. S. S. has done away with the
discharge and my bearing baa been
wonderfully Improved; so much ao
that I can now carry on a conversation
in an ordinary tone, whereas a year
ag-o this was impossible.
Vour medioine baa done me a world of
good and I do not hesitate to rive it the
credit It deserves.
W. F. KHOMHINE.
NO SIGN OF catarbh: IN TIIIB
Krebs, Ind. Ter., Aug. 1, 1003.
About thirteen years ago I used your
remedy for Catarrh. I had been troubled
with it for about nine years, bat since
taking- B. S. S. have never been worried
with it. I feel able to recommend 8. S. 8.
as a sure cure for Catarrh.
T. MILL WEE.
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