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THE ABGHJS, WEDNESDAY, .T UAH Y" 27, 1904.
That blood poison existed among1 the ancients has
I been proven beyond question. It has been traced back
thousands of 3-ears, and is as old as the Pyramids. This
blighting curse has been handed down from nation to
nation and from individual to individual till it has
Spread to all parts of the world.
Contagious blood poison, as it is called in modern
itimes, begins with a small sore or ulcer through which
1 the virus enters the blood. This is followed by inflam
mation and swelling of the glands of
vu me uouy, sores appear in me moutnana ine tnroat becomes ulcerated, and
as the disease takes a deeper hold and the blood becomes more thoroughly
tinfected, the hair and eyebrows drop out, the skin is spotted with copper-colored
splotches, the bones and muscles ache, and it seems to the victim of
(this monster scourge there is not a sound spot in the whole body,
i The horror of this awful disease
tcan never be told. The one who con
tracts it suffers in body and mind,
land if the poison is not eradicated
(transmits the taint to his children,
and Contagious Blood Poison thus
becomes responsible for many of the
'ills of childhood Skin Kruptions,
Catarrhal Troubles, Sore Kyes, Scalp
Disease, White Swelling, Scrofula
.and others just as bad. S. S. S., the
jgreat vegetable blood purifier and
itonic, has long been recognized as a
Radical and safe cure for Contagious
Blood Poison. It counteracts the
deadly virus and cleanses and puri
fies the diseased blood, and under its
tonic effects the general health im
proves and soon all signs of blood
poison are gone. The strong mineral
re 60 often prescribed for the disease,
yon have blood poison write for our special
i1ook,' describing the different stages and giving all the symptoms, with
directions for treating one's self at home. Our physicians will furnish any
Information or advice wanted free of charge.
THE SWf FT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
Central Trust s Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
in obbouatkd rni:i: statu, law.
Capital Slock. 100.000. Four Per Cent Intorent Talil 011 Iepilt
K-tates mill propcrt v of ail kinds: arc mnnnped by this depart-
TTnt. which is kept entirely separate from the hankmp business
pt entirely separate
tlie company. We art a fxccninr
mini.-t r;itor, Ouardian ami ChiimtmiIup of Ktates.
Beeeiver :ml asipnee of insolvent e-tates. Oeneral financial
ipent for non-residents, women, invalid?, and others.
It's Quality That Counts
In eoal it'a quality that male
heat, it's quality that retains it.
It i qrnlity that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, lean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bill
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or nnburnables. Tht oal we
handle, both hard and soft- de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk aa loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co.
Trader" Ins. Co. ,
Union In. Co. . . .
IJockford Ins. Co.
Security Ins. Co. .
Newark, X. J.
. . Philadelphia, Pa.
New Haven. Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. Kockford. 111.
Office, room 3. Unford block. Kates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and
time tried com
Kates as low as
any reliable com
pany can afford.
YOUE PATRONAGE 13 SOLICITED.
the groins, a red eruption breaks out
HAD ALL THE SYMPTOMS.
As a result of a serious blood disorder
ray blood became poisoned and X Buf
fered severely with Rheumatism and
other symptoms not necessary to men
tion. A friend of mine told me that he
had been cured of my trouble by 8. 8. 8.,
and upon his recommendation I began
its use. After using1 it for some time my
blood was thoroughly cleansed of all
poison and made pure and strong again
1 wish also to speak of its tomo prop,
rtias. While purging my blood of
impurities, it built up my gentral
health. imiroyed mv annotiu. phva m
Increased strength, and I felt better in
Iam a great believer in 8. S. 8., and
with pleasure commend it to all in need
of a blood medicine. 1
Yours very trul,
, m , B.OBERT M. ZWEITZIO,
638 Walnut St., Lebanon, Pa.
remedies. Mercury and Totash, which
dry up the sores, skin eruptions and
an external signs, but leave the stomach
and digestion ruined and the system in
such condition that the disease" usually
returns in worse form than ever.
S. S. S. is guaranteed a purely vegeta
ble remedy. $ i ,000 is offered for proof that
it contains a single mineral ingredient. If
II. 15. SIMMON,
;irc 111:1 na ped by this
of and trustee under Wills,
ANOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE.
IMob.tO ban Proved that Dandruff
Caueil by n Genu.
S'i":i( o is donljj vonders these days In
tT.cih.;iu as well as in mechanic. S.atc
-Ad.-.ra livej, the human race has been
ln!;!,.v: with dandruff, for whicli i;o l:a.;r
:" pniaticn has heretofore proved a sue-co.-sful
cure until Xewbro's Her: icide was
I''.it o: the market. It is a scior.titic prc;
ar.a ion that kills the germ that makes
dai dn:ff or fcui T hy dit'ins into tiie
r-:.:r. to fret at the root of the hnir, where
It saps the vitality: causing- itching scalp,
r.iliin !i..ir. and finally baldness. With
out .lanciruff !-.air must grow luxuriantly.
It is the only destroyer of dandruff.
P-.ni i,y leading drusrgri;;ts. Send 10c.
In stamps for sample to The Herpl.
cide Co.. Detroit. Mich.
For sa!e lv T. II. Thomas.
OiatcTiON Cham berun.Kinpta Company.
Saturday, Jan. 30.
Matinee and Kveninjr.
Charles A. Clarke presents
"15e Little CKristiaLn
M A I N I riCKNT PHOM'CTION,
i:xi i:ri ion ai.t.y stkonc; com
pany, comtlkti: in i:yi:ky dktail.
I'riees: Matinee 2."c, ."()c and 7jC.
Kvening1 25c, 50, T5c and $1.00
sawed building stone, ashlar
AND TRIMMINGS A SPE
For cheapness-, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
vva'.l with alkali, etc. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive care
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Kock
Island on the C. B. & Q. railroad.
Trains No. 5 and 10 will stop and
let visitors off and on.
DKIDC.E STONE. COKN CKIB BLOCKS
AND FOUNDATION STONE,
ANY SIZE DESIRED.
Samples of stone and photos of
buildings can be seen at Koorn No.
12. Mitchell & Lynde building. Ad
dress ARTHUR BURR ALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, El.
J.ew vxiliams. who was indietetl for
breaking and entering because lie
walked into and oeenpied a room rent
ed by another mail while intoxicated
last Auirust. was liberated bv order
of J nope Bollinper. after serving- five
months in jail. When he left the eoim-
ty l.oariiinp hoiie he was attired in a
liirht siimnifr suit, and nearlv froze
before he .-ecured the shelter of
'1 he annual meelirir of the Daven
port Cremation society was heM yes
terdav in the rm ms of the Business
Men's association and (". K. Harrison
was elected president and meinber of
the board to nil the vacancy caused
by the death of .1. II. Harrison. Tin
other officers elected were: Vice Bresi-
dcr.T. I" 111 1 1 ;eis!er; secretary ant
treasurer. William Haase. The form
er members of the board were reelect
ed:!'. T. I Hi! nek. :. Clausen. lVter
Boddexvip. 1. .1. Stellinp. Clans Stolten
berir and I.. B.Best. A house com
mittee was appojnte 1 composeil of I
T. Harrison. CIau Stolienberp and
William Haase. It was deci.led t o make
a number of improvements at tne cre
matorium during 1 lie coii.inp year, one
of w hich w:I! be equippinp 1 he crema
torium with an additional retort, and
br'nirinp the process of incineration
hereto the point of the most modern
methods. It i claimed that the ex
pense attached to this improvement
will be ::hotit :?:;.."ot. It is intendei
to raUe subscriptions for that pur
While the supreme court has toum:
it "oix! law to reverse two of Judpe
liollinsfer's cast's within the last ten
da.xs. it also found it excellent law
So affirm him in the case of C. II. Ham
ilton vs. the Citv of Davenport, a suit
fir damages for personal injuries
The case was tried here in 11)1)1 and
appealed to the supreme court. That
tiib'inal refused to reverse the case.
When the ease was tried in the lower
court the jury broupht in a verdict
!r .;'(). .Itidire Jioiimper set tne ver
dict aside because it was not sustained
bv the evidence. 1 here were a No other
The Davenport hiirh
ams will play
and u'irl-' basketball ti
the Moline hiirh school teams at the
local armory next Saturday evening.
The irame between the boys will be
one ii the tri-eity championship
series, and as both teams jure in the
pink of condition, promises to lie very
hotly contested. A larjrc delegation
from the Plow city will be over to
root for their players.
The Davenport po!i
wniMinsr I-d Stewart,
as lie is bet ter known
i.r Ed Itivinian.
here, for a cou
ple of weeks, for breaking into Mrs.
Ilovey's place and slealintr A tel
ephone messajfe to Chief Martens
from Cedar Rapids yesterday after
noon stateil that he had been arrested
there, ill response to the reipiest and
description sent out from here..
(ieore Ellerman. one of the wit
nesses who testiiied in the Ilaldeek
seduction case, has been indicted by
the grand jury charired with perjury.
Ellerman is the man who swore that
he saw Kather.vn Driscoll in the wine
room of Oito Binder's saloon -it t inir
on a man's lap. When he was on the
stand the attorneys for Ihe state
questioned him closely in regard to
the matter, but he stuck to the state
ment. Eidently it was not believed,
however, for the irand jury took the
matter up am! returned an indictment
against him. His bond was placed at
Henry Kosenkran. the Harrison
street saloonkeeper who became men
tally derantred some few weeks ajro.
was taken before the commissioners
of insanity yesterday afternoon and
ordered sent to Mt. Pleasant. Sev
eral phvsicians were summone I to tes
tify as to his condition and they pro
nou:iced him as mentally unsound.
Fred Robinson, a lineman residing1
at CUT I.e Claire street, had a terrible
experience Monday afternoon while
at work on the Locust street road a
little west of the mile track. While
at work upon a telephone pole about
twenty-fix e feet from the ground, on
account of numbness from the ex
treme cold and his slippery footing,
he lost his hold and fell to the frozen
ground below. It was found that a
severe strain to the tendons and liga
ments of one of his legs had been sus
tained, xxith a probable fracture, and
possible internal injuries. Kobinson
is a young man with a wife, but no
children. His injury is extremely
painful and xxill lay him up for some
Through his attorney. Charles T.
Cooper. H. Clay Woodward has brought
before the court a motion to dismiss
the injunction pending against Jl.Llay
Woodxxard anil brought by Rev. Gig
linger, upon the ground that the dis
missal of the injunction against the
Davenport Malting company as land
lord, means perforce a dismissal
against Mr. Woodward as tenant. Mr.
Woodward entered into a stipulation
to quit his place in ?.o days, and for
this reason the injunction against the
Daxenport Maltintr company was dis
missed. The action brought in the
motion for a dismissal will probably
only cause the refiling of the injunc
tion, making the same permanent.
Rev. tiiglinirer so far has shown no
disposition to let flown the bars.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Foster. Jan. 27. Mrs. Frank Brogan
arrived from her home at Oskalcosa,
Ioxva. Saturdav. owing to the illness of
her father. J. Herlert Foster.
tieorije Piatt anil sister, Miss-Mary,
arrixed here from their home in Teii
nessee last week frr a visit with rela
tives. Harry P.eeney shiped a carload of
hogs to Chicago last Friday.
Henry Luttig has purchased the
Clarke Ohaver home and xvill take pos
Mis Lena Sherrard. who spent the
past two weeks visiting her sister.
Mrs. Thomas Noble, returned Satur
day to her home in Muscatine.
Allen Shirkey, who has been ill for
oxer a xxeck. is not getting along as
well as was hoped.
lohnnv Workman, of Oak Grove.
Ioxva. spent last Monday at the pater
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Feldman and daugh
ters, the Misses Bessie and Nell, spent
Si:nday evening at the Watson home.
Herbert Foster has been quite i!!
wit h an attack of pneumonia. His
many friends hope for a speedy re-
Mrs. Ferdinand Mexves" father. Fr
Kettlekanip. who is at present makinr
his home xxith her. has been quite i!l
the past week and is threatened xxith
Charles F. Banner passed axxay at
his late home, cue mile west of Illi
nois City, last Wednesday" at U:'.U) a.
m. Mr. Banner hail been sick for
three months xxith a severe attack of
pleurisy x Inch later resulted in blood
poisoning. He had attained the age
of .".4 years, and vxas born and reared
in this toxvnship. About five years
ago he was united in marriage- xxith
Mifs Anna Zeidler. to which union
three children were born, all of whom.
xxith the wife, surxive. Mr. Banner
xv as a faithful member of the German
M. E. church since his boyhood days.
and as such will be sadly missed. He
is surxived also by his mother, txvo
brothers and one sister, all of whom
reside here. The funeral look place
from the M. E. church at Illinois Citv
Friday at 10:30 o'clock, conducted by
Rex-. M. Nuetniann and Rev. E. L.
Sheppard. Interment was made in
the Illinois Citv cemeterx'.
Boxxling. .Ian. 27. Mrs. Clans Mon-
gerson and daughter Mamie are sick.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gotohed left
Thursdav for their home in Howard.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will hold their missionary
meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Wochner met xxith an accident
Saturdax' while- cutting wood. He had
the misfortune to slip and strike hi
face. Dr. Wiggins was called and
tool; sexeral stitches to close the
The Oak Leaf club met at the home
of Fav 11 vncs, Thursday.
Miss Edith Kain spent Wednesday
night at the home of M. Mizner.
Bennie Curtis is si-k.
A number of farmers in the vicinity
haxe sik horse-. .
Albert Werner left Saturday to
pent! a fexv days with his sister
Amelia Werner, at Chillicothe. 111.
Miss Nellie M. Burney. of Bock Isl
ind spent Sunday at the old home.
Marston. Jan. '27. Kufus Castor
went to Manuon Tuesday of last week
for a load of sawdust, and on account
of the bad- xxeather did not get home
Miss Etta Burgovnp returned to her
home in Andalusia last Saturday af
ter a fortnight's visit in this vicinity
md Buffalo Brairie.
William Shaxv. the rural carrier on
route An, 4 of Aledo. failed to make
his Friday and Saturday Irips on ac
count of the hiirh water in I'dxvards
I.. A. McCormick. Mrs. John llanev.
Mrs. X. (i. Elliott si ml Lucia n Elliott
are reported sick.
V. K. Castor kept store for O. K.
Kistler last Thursday while the latter
attended his brother's public sale at
John Yetter has received his books
and is now readx' for business as tax
Thomas Donahue delivered his last
hogs to Reynolds Monday, having pre
viously sold them for 0 cents per
pound, which is the best price paid in
this vicinity recently.
The World Went On.
Arter b?!n' laid up fur two weeks wid
a sprained ankle I got out to find de
world turnln round Jest de same an' to
feel hurt dat It hadn't stopped. Dnt's a
way de world has. however, an' per-
hnps it don't do no harm to find out
how mighty little we amount to. ue
troit Free Tress.
Children that grcr.v too fast
and those that seem hardly
to grow at all, both need
It gives that rich vital
nourishment which is the
secret of all healthy growth.
It rounds out the long limbs,
and helps children to grow
without using up all their
strength in growing.
Mothers ought to know
more about the wonderful
help which Scott's Emulsion
would give their children.
Wtl! tend yo ump'-c free upon regies:.
SCOTT & BOWSE, 409 Pearl Street. New Yotfc.
n io) o) inn ft
! lip 1
Take TV. Ball's PIIU forConsttpatlon.
KcmJ the InsiJa cf th's vrar?cr.
r rrrr r tci?'
For Cougli9, Colds, FIoars
ncs3, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Croup, Influenza, Whooping
Cough, Incipient Con.-uaip-tion,
and for the relief cf '
cor.suitiptix'e patient j ia ad
vanced stages of the disease-
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For Ealo by all DrugjlaU. ,
Price 25 Cents.
(Directions iusile. )
Diseases Absolutely Cured by Treating Your Eyes.
Everybody is Personally Interested in This.
EYE STKAIX OVER USE OF YOUR EYES, the cause of all your diseases. You may not believe this, but
it is true, nevertheless. TEX TIMES MOI.'E XEBYE WASTE TllIBIlCII THE EYES THAN the WHOLE
BODY. This strain is the cause of your nervousness, headache, indigestion, constipation, piles, lils, cross
eyes, and all female ilN. and these xxill NOT OET WKI.h until 1h.it strain is REMOVED. Medicines don't
remove it. The fact is, MEDICINES CURE NOTIIINO'. Drugs kill more people than famine, pestilence, and
sxxord. Whv be deceived xxith medicines any longer'.' Investigate a RATIONAL METHOD of relief.
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fleorge 1 1 . 1 1 u 11. ::( Fi ft cent h st reef , xvha t this did for him.
A. P. DAVIS, M. D.,
jj HOURS 9 to 12 a. in. and 2 to 4 p. 111
No further developments have
occurred in the incident of the
anonymous letter threatening death
to manufacl urers and their families
if the inohiers strike is not settled.
While the matter has not taken seri
ously by the men themselxes the let
ter has spread much alarm amonir the
children and other innocent partici
pants in the trouble causing "Tea t dis
tress of mind. Telegraphic incpiiry
discloses the fact that there is no such
number in Chicairo as .'545 Sixty-first
street, to which address the letter
demanded a reply be sent to the Dy
namiters.'" ' It is possible tin- United
States postal authorities will set de
tectives at work on the case as it is
ajrainst the laxxs of the United Slates
to send such tort of threatening let
ters throiijrh the tnails. Ire-ident Ben
ton Davis, of the niolders union, de
clares that it is his belief that the
manufacturers themselves had the
letter written and mailed for the pur
pose of creating public sympathy for
At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
doors of the nexv Carneq-ie library
were thrown open to the public and
from that time until B) o'clock at
nipht they were open. All afternoon
streams of citizens visited the struc
ture and expressed their admiration
for the nexx- home of the library.
Freed's orchestra was located in the
children's department and rendereil
music d'.iriiiir the opening' hours. In
honor of the occasion the main floor
was decorated xxith I nited States
flairs, and cut flowers were here and
there. The chandeliers were hunir
xxith preens. The structure, as is
well known, is the gift of Andrexv Car
negie, his pit havir.fr been supplement
ed largely by the per.erous citizens of
Moline. To the members of the li
brary board is due pre at credit for
their faithful service during the erec
tion of the edifice.
Txvo valuable horses heloninsr to
U. E. IBersetuann A" Co.. the livery
men, may die from a stranpe a miction
xvhich seized them yesterday vxbije
doiiifr duty at a funeral. One of the
animals broke into sxxeat while hitchd
to a clo-ed carriage- en r-ute to the
cemeterx-. So exuient xxas the siirn 01
illness that th? team was driven to the!
stable and another hor:-e substituted.!
Keturnint? f rom the cemetery the th'rd
horse displayed simi.'ar s niptoms. and
at Seventh street and Fourth avenue
Whenever there is a case of cough, cold, bronchitis, cronp, asthma, whoop
ing cough, measles, hoarseness, or sore lungs In the family, and the doctor
wishes to give the patient speedy relief and a posltiv e cure, he prescribes
the medicine that always cures Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
'My little Ixiy hr.d a touch of V.ronchial
pneumonia ami li Bull's t'ouli Syrup
saved him. atti-r had given him bat a lew
doses. My oilier Ik'v and my liuslciiid had
bad colds alx), but thanks to the wonderful
Br. Bull's t'oujrli Svrup thex- xvro eniisl
too." Mrs. Annie Winkle, 'Xt Diamond SSt.,
Bi-ooklyu, N. Y.
T have ivl Br. Bali's Cough Syrup for
my old u:id obtained t;reut relief. 1 have
u cold every vx inter ai.d aUiavs take Br.
Bull's Coujji Syrup, whieli hi'lps lim uioi
than anx thins; else and alxxays eures me."
il Us Bui' bara C W illiaius n, A ndover, M ass.
"I have used Dr. Btdl's Coush Syrup for
years in my family aad li:id it invaluable
when any .f my hiMren are hivirse or
croupy." Mrs. C. T. U'ynkoojx. iTth oinl
Bust tilison JStive ts, PortLiuil, Oregon.
Dr. Bull's Couprh Sypip has been a household remedy for the past
fifty years, and there is scarcely a home or cabin in the United States
that has not a bottle of this wonderful cure in the medicine closet. It con
tains no injurious drags. It heals the throat and lungs and venders the m
perfectly healthy. It leaves no bad af ter-elfects. Every mother should
keep a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in the house to be prepared for
sudden attacks of croup. Thousands of letters tre received from jrrate
ful mothers, who say their babies' lives have been saved by Dr. Bull's
One Botlie Cured Her Boy.
Mrs. Mary Olsson, of W.) Clinton Street,
Brooklxn. N. Y., writes: ' My little Ixy.
three veers old, caught- the croup and I
cemcluTiKi to try lr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Be VXi.s su n nlie'Xe-el alter a lew doses
only, and entirely cured of the croup and
bi-eiiehial trouble cfter havir.g taken one
buttle of Br. Bail's t'ouuh Syrup. When 1
have this old reliable remedy in the house
1 feel safe, and sii.eei it cured him 1 always
keep a liottle in th housi. My husband was
also cured of a bad cold by Br. Bull's
There is none just as good as "Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup," which has
cured for fifty years. Cheap substitutes sold by unreliable dmcgists con
tain injurious ingredients and do not cure. SEE THAT YOU GET
THE PACKAGE WITH THE BULL'S HEAD " ON THE WRAP
PER. Price, 25c. 50c. and $1.00. A. C. Meyer & Co., Baltimore, Md.
SUITE NO. 4.
V- 1 i n- iT
Davis Block. Old Phone 1148. New
it fell to the pavement and xxas unable
to rise. It is th'.upht both animals
are afflicted xxith spinal meninpitis.
The animals are worth $:J0O each..
The fir-t political club for the com-
inp presidential election vxas formeJ
Monday exeninp iu the Industrial
Home buildinp. Fifty voters were
present and oriranized xxhat xxill be
known as the William II. Hearst Dem
ocratic club of Moline, pledpinp them
selves to support him for nomination
on the democratic ticket. The fol
loxvinp officers were electc:!: Bresi
dent, Benton Daxis; xiec president,
K. B. Beers; secretary, W. B. Moon
treasurer, I. Mullane; committee on
by-laws. W. B. Moore, .lohn Foley,
and S. I). Hicks; committee on reso
lutions. I. Mullane, S. D. Hicks and
Two of the Boval Neiphbors camps
of this city have deeid"d to join forces
and combine their strenpth. At a
mcetinp of Kate Collier camp, No.
iiO, it xxas voted to consolidate xvith
Harmony camp. No. 2Mf, Kate Collier
surrenderinp its identity for the sake
of the added influence of a sinple
camp. The consolidation xxill bin-ome
etfective xxith the first meetinp of
Harmony camp in March. Kate Col
lier caaip turns 7 tnemix-rs to the
rl f.f Harmony camp, sxvellinp the
prnnd total litider Hie new repinie to
npxxards of J.'O members.
Fire threatened destruction to the
home of M. M. IJoperton, 444 Bailroao'j
" I hr.vo used Br. 'Bull's Oo-.igU Rvrup for
tlio last seven ytars aiul haxo nlwaxn vk
riveil treat ler.eiic tro:a it. 1 nlso reeoin
meuded it to many of my fri -iiU.s an t they
are very we!! plc:Wj xxith the ivsulttli.it
followed its tisi.' An.irew Zillig, iW
Hickory Stiwt-, Buffalo, N. Y.
'My littlo ones had the vh;xpin
all winter, i.r xxhich 1 n eil lir
t .ny;h Syr up a ril it ci!i-eI i h.-iu lien !iel 1.
iu elso ex en heijK il thee:. J r. Hull's
I'oiejh Syrtii is tiu ln-t. iviulv I ever
heni'il of for xx hoepins cou -.li und enhUv.'
Mi's. Louisa, Schiriiicr, l:u ilk-, N. V.
"I used Br. Bail's Cou-h Svrnp xxith
Ixueilcial lvsuUs. It Wi-rki hLe a chtiria
ami chi'ih! a e'vv.;h iu oiu niht. It K the
tie-t coa-ih Fyrrp I i vrt u-e,." l!esH-t-f
idly yours, Wm. C'asml;!, l'.iruLuK t,T VI.
Saved From a Quick Burial.
44 1 haveusidl)r. Bull' Cough Syrup, and
know it to ie u valuable remedy and the
lest on the market. 1 Voluntarily stale
that it snxi-d mo from a pueU burial by
eurinir nu of eMiisuinpl ion, into xxhieh I x as
1 a.it driftimj a the result of a heavy cold.
I must give Br. Bull's Coul Ii Syrup "all the
credit that it deserve.'' '. .). Jacobs, H.
lu. l"th Street, New York City.
"Iy family has used Br. Bull's Cough
Syrup for tht last twelve years success!!. I ly
and xvonld use no other." " Kirk I-ei.l, .M I B
Street, S. B., Washiugtou, B. C
MITCHELL & LYNDE BLDfi.
are flen caused by poisonous
' pases liberated from drains and
waste pipes by leaks and defective
plumbinp. Don't wait for the ex
plosion, but haxe us examine your
plumbinp thoroughly and put in
safe order whatever needs atten
tion. I'emcmber the "ounce of pre
vention," etc., and be poverned ac
PERRY 6c CO.,
112 West Seventeenth 8t
avenue yesterday, and had it not been
fur (juick xvoik of tloxxntoxvn firemen
of station No. 1, the residence would
have been badly dainaped. When the
firemen arrived, they found the house
filled xxith smoke and a fire blainp
fiercely in the cellar. The fire was
soon under control, and the cbimape
was confined entirely to the cellar.
The oripin of the fire is not known,
but it is thought that the furnace for
the hot water heatinp plant became
too hot, and caused combustible ma
terial near the heater to catch fire.
Jacob I'ierma 1111, one of the old
and respected residents of Moline, has
decided to leave the city permanently,
much to the repret of hi.- many friends
who have been associated with him
for so many years. Mr. I'irmann has
decided to fcpend the remainder of his
days an a farm, and xxid leave about
March 1 for nort hxvci-tern Ioxva. where
he has purchased a home. For the
past 2.1 years he has been a valued
employe of the firm of Dirnock, Oould
& Co.. Lavinp been the yard salesman
for the preater part of the lime.
Polishes brass as door knobs,
stair rods and railings.