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CTHE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1904.
His speech is a Disappintment
X the Republicans
I Ifel 'iP'l W Here.
fN." " '"' ywjb- (:ov- Iiit har'1 Yates delivered an ad-
Amv & .yWL. dresn last evening at the rink on Six-
A gfi f'WJ&t teenih street in the interests of the
''jfiJti Vtf lvFfi republican party. He did his best to
J f y R reopen the unsettled factional troubles
TT' of the republicans in this county. Ir
JyT I the governor had been expected to
till is dNtiiiirui-lifd from all ;.,.',,''. !:. ,,. -;. ... . , . 't.'
Mothcrsbyi;sfi,u tvor. dcliciou i U, ,;',' ' '
till iitlu',y ab.-.lnie purity. ' " '. ' ' t ' .
Ee Walter M. Lowney Co., r V ''' XVv
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Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man wheh be commences to
patronize the American Steam
Laundry. "The best laundry I ever
struck is what those who indulge
in a little slan would say Hut
entre nous if you want your linen
as faultless as when you first
bought it, in color and finish, we
vill guarantee to do it to your eat
lofnctiou every time. Careful hand
ling and artistic work are among
our up-to-date method.
AMERICAN cTEAM LAUNDRY.
Twelfth StrMt tna Flftfe Ami.
It's Quality That Counts
In ecal ii is quality that makes
! at. it'.-; quality that retains lt.it is
q-.s.ili.y that makes possible con-uu-il.on
of ''' per c-ent o! the
eeinbas: ibh- part of it. leaving a
..t. vU an ash: lastly it's quali
ity that lessens your fuel kill
you're not paying for dirt, refuse
or unburnahU'S. The coal we han
dle, both hard and :.;'t. deserves
all the pood things v- aiirl our
patrons say for it. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
K. G. FRAZEP
8 TH-Clty Transfer and
o Fuel Co.
3 Hauling and moving of all
0 kinds, large or small at reason-
y able rates. Daily wapons to
c5 Mollne and Davenport. We also
0 handle the test grades of hard
O and soft coal. A portion of
your patronage is respectfully
O Bolicited. Satisfaction guaran-
5 teed. New 'phone 5464. old 545.
Q Office, 215 Twentieth Street.
Rock Island. 111.
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PEEPS INTO PAST
Governor Vatf Still Kmarllnic Under
Hi lie rent for Kenomi
nalion. CALLS CONVENTION A FARCE
l.rwwt I)r neen as his successor, ae was
a decided disappointnu n : for the only
reference he made favorable to the
gubernatorial candidal ? vas in connec
tion with a catalogue of the party's
The governor ean.e h over the Hur
linton at 7:1" o'ehnk. a' d was escort
ed to the Ihmg ' Iiou-'e bv a delegation
of citizens. It was evident that the
committee had done all in its power to
make the reception for the povetno
last eveninp lual the soreness over
his chilly reception by republicans the
last time he was in Hock Islard. The
crowd pathered at the rink at an -arly
hour, but it was not unt:l after H:-J
o'clock that the speaker and commit
ter ret rued from a tour about the city,
escorted by the Flambeau club, a con
tinpent from Moline, and the Water
town hospital representation.
MiiNic tn lliiiiior rnvil.
In order to pet the crowd in a more
apreeable humor after its lonp wait it
was &iven a real treat in th form of
selections from the Omaha Male quar
tet. !t was evi ient that tne music was
more pb asinp to the audience than the
speeches to follow, for lonp applause
followed each soup, tint il Chairman C.
J. Searle announced a selection by a
band, and then introduced the gover
nor in a hurried speech.
Cov. Yates opt m d his speech by ad
mitting that he was fully aware that
no such audience would have turned
out to preet him. even as povernor or
the state. He said that the kindness
N appetite, teas f trnftX,
nrousoesa, headichs, soastipatisn,
bad krath. joneral debility, seur rta
tef. d catarra ( the etemeea axe
all due te Indlfaattea. Kedel euree
tmilf eatlest. Thle new dtacevery resre
eente the eaturaJ Juleee el dtreatlea
ee they exist Id a healthy stomach,
emblned vith the f reelect koowa lenie
sad eeonstructlve propertlea. Kedel
Dyepepate Cure doe Dot only ere lev
dif estion end dyspepsia, but this tameue
remedy ewres eii stomach troubles by
cieaaaing purtfytxij. eweeteolnf ea4
elrenf theninf the mueeua membnaaa
KaUac the stomach.
DIOCSTS VBAT TOU EAT
Heeiltk tm tbe a mm
tra0tift tke Weak.
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tee Srtal etaa. whtek eeUs far tOe.
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I i COXTliACTIXG and
FRANK A. FREDERICKS.
Schreiner Shop, 1121 Fourth
Jobbing promptly done. Win
dow ami door screens a spec
ialty. Satisfaction guaran
teed. Residence. 415 Eleventh
street. Old 'Rhone west S24.
shown him was very gratifying, and in
this he was no doubt sincere. He then
in a dramatic way mentioned the
heroes of the country Grant, Lincoln.
Garfield. McKinley. and included
Roosevelt. He followed this up with
selections from Aesop's Fables, to the
great amusement of the audience. In
connection with the trust issue, which
he declared to be no issue at all in this
campaign, be declared mat tne demo
cratic party had as many members at
the head of trusts as the republicans
had. inferring from this that the trust
heads were in direct communication
with democratic headquarters, though
by what method of reasoning he drew
the inference is a problem. He men
tioned the currency question, and gave
some instances of his experience as a
stump speaker in the Nebraska cam
paign of 1S0G.
ItrpuhlienD Convention a Farce.
It was when he reached the proposed
amendment to make primary elections
compulsory that he used the knife on
the wounds of factional strife. He de
clared that republican conventions are
a farce, and to bring out this fact he
gave very clear illustrations from his
own experience in the pre-convention
campaign in which he was. or thought
he was. ill treated by some controlling
faction in the county conventious. He
jdid it in a vcy artiatic way, so that
iit would be hard to give any direct
! statement, but the trend of his re
marks !n repard to his candidacy was
!vcry evident to the entire audience.
He particularly mentioned the Madi-
!son county convention, and the resolu
tions passed taere. to the effect that
the IS contested delegates, seated by
the majority vote, could select the del
egates to the county convention two
years from now. The governor stated
that he knew what those delegates
would stand for in the campaign two
years hence. He very clearly pointed
out that tiiey would undoubtedly be
anti-Yates. The governor, after un
loading his complaints against the
treatment he received at the hands of
the party in the pre-convention cam
paign, gave some argument to snow
that the primary law should be voted
for and that as long as the people of
Chicago want their charter amendment
the people in the other parts of the
state should assist them to secure its
Yntett In "rll-lel.
The party leaders in Rock Island
very candidly express their opinion of
the governor's address last evening,
saying that while Yates is a very dra
matic speaker, he used decidedly poor
jdgment in his remarks in regard to
the factional troubles of the party, and
referred too often to the achievements
of Yates, and to his grievances against
the opposing factions in the campaign
for renomination. He appealed to the
sympathy of the audience by telling of
the difficulty of his position with the
majority of the legislature against him,
and claimed that this alleged opposi
tion would have been a safeguard to
any mismanagement on his part as the
executive of the state. The governor
left this morning for Jo Daviess coun
ty. MURDER STORY IS A FAKE
Larson, Steamer Helen Blair Employe,
is Released by Muscatine Police.
Larson, the deckhand on the steam
er Helen Rlair. has been released from
jail at Muscatine where he was held
on suspicion or naving murdered
Krickson, his companion.
Larson seems to have been the vic
tim of a trumped up story, probably
originating among the men employed
on the steamer. Larson and Erickson
went ashore at Muscatine and after
having drinks at a levee saloon started
in the direction of the boat. Larson
soon afterward returned to the saloon
1 n lono
Two days later there was found, the
story reads, the body of a man in a
Rock Island box car at Kansas City,
't was believed to be the body of
Krickson. It was stated that Krick
son had a sum of money when he left
the steamer, but there was not a cent
on the dead body. Now the Kansas
City Star rises to relate that the story
of the finding of a body in a box car
there is without foundation.
Erastus Jones, a colored attache of
the Helen Blair, has been accused of
starting the murder story, but enters
a denial. He says his first information
came from a reported on the evening
paper at Muscatine. Larson rejoined
the steamer at Muscatine last evening
and was aboard her when she arrived
in Rock Island this morning.
Krickson did leave the boat at Mus
catine, but Larson supposes that he
is in the tri-cities. probably having
grown tired of working.
Miss Elsie Vosbourgh and Albert
Huneke. both of Hillsdale, were mar
ried Monday evening at 7 o'clock by
Rev. E. W. Thompson at the home of
the bride's aunt, Mrs. Henry Fender,
Sc Forty-fourth street. They depart
ed to spend their honeymoon in St.
Ixiuis. The bride is a former school
teacher and the groom is in the hard
ware business at Hillsdale.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. V. K. Havl
land. of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when ali
other remedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had consumption in an
advanced stage, also used this wonder
ful medicine and today she is perfectly
well." Desperate throat and lung dis
eases yield to Dr. King's New Discov
cry as to no other medicine on earth.
Infallible for coughs and colds. So
cents and $1 bottles guaranteed by
Hartx & Ullemeyer. Trial bottles free.
IN CITY SCHOOLS
IJ tart Considering Kqulgiment or
Balldfog With New Fire
PURCHASE OF NEW BOOKS
Increase of 65 in the Enrollment for
The Month Bills Al
lowed. The board of education held a reg
ular meeting last evening, ail ef the
members being present. A representa
tive of the company which manufac
ture the Kilfyre extinguisher present
ed a proposition to the board to equip
all of the school buildings with the
apparatus. The matter was referred
to the fuel and heating committee to
investigate, and make a report to the
board at a later meeting.
The usual allowance of $150 was
made for the purchase of new books
as needed In the high school library,
and the procuring of additional tables
for the drawing classes was auther
ized, to meet the necessity arising
from the great increase in the enroll
ment in the manual training classes.
Of the freshmen enrollment of 14?..
70 are boys, and of this number 45
have enrolled for manual training. The
pupils who have entered the high
school from tha grades have some gen
eral knowledge of the work, and a
very definite interest in the manual
training. The enrollment in this class
Is nearly 05 per cent of the entire
GriMvth of Ibr School.
The statistical report of the super
intendent for the month, shows an in
crease of C5 in the total enrollment
for the month, and the increase along
other lines of school work, as shown in
the report, indicates a healthy devel
opment in the schools, growing out of
the steady advance of the number of
people in the city. The report is as
Enrolled for the year 3,444, an in
crease of C5 over same month last
year; enrolled for the month, 3,444
an increase of Co from last year; num
ber belonging at close of month. 3.37
an increase or 4 from last year; aver
age number belonging, 3.33G, an in
crease of 40 from last year; average
daily attendance. 3,252, an increase of
92 from last year; percentage of at
tendance. 97.5. an increase of. 1 per
cent from last year; percentage of
punctuality. 99.934, a slight decrease
from last year; number of cases of
tardiness, 81, an increase of 10 from
last year; number of cases of truancy.
14. a decrease of 8 from last year.
Hartz & Rahnsen company 3
Ward & McMahon
Itoi'k Island Lumber & Mnnufar-
. 7 ."i
Rock Island Stove company
Totten's Music house
Weyerhaeuser & Denkmann com-
Moline Tool company
Henn Oil & Supply company
ri'oplcs I'nwcr company
Chanrion. Perry & Co
Rock Island Sash & Door works.
1.. M. McCale & Co
I. C. Heath i Co
H. H. llayden
M. K. Itrown
Jacob C. Miller
A. J. Riess
Kramer & Co
HoMen Patent Rook Cover com-
Pram? Kducatioiial company ....
llenrv Holt ..- Co
;eoiKe H- KinKSloiry
Hartz Xr I liemeyer
Silver. Ilurdett & Co
Western I moil TeleKiapn com
I'nion Kleetne Telephone com
ott. Forestnan i f. ..v
Kup-cne Dietz.-n company
Cinn V i
American Rook company
Joseph luxon Crucible company.
KeufTel AL- l-.sser company
.linson Temperature e oniromiiK
Rock Island Fuel company
K. F.. Lamp
'. A. Kkluml
C. H. Sei.lel
STORIES OF STAGE.
OcL 12 The Show Girl.
Oct. 13 Out of the Fold.
Oct. 1G Under Southern Skies.
Oct. 19 Chinese Honeymoon.
Oct. 20 Bird Center.
Oct. 21 Hamlet.
Oct. 22 Her Only Son.
Oct. 23 Human Hearts.
Week Oct. 24 Readick Stock com
pany. Oct. 30 Why Women Sin.
First Look at Runaways.
Rock Island had its first review of
the New York Casino's latest comedy
hit. "The Runaways," at the Illinois
last evening, and, as was expected,
there was a capacity audience. The
original production was brought here.
The company is on its first road tour,
and is playing to immense business all
along the route.
The Shuberts, who are among the
few who have succeeded in this partic
ular field of entertainment, demonstra
ted in their "Chinese Honeymoon" that
they were not afraid to open their
purse strings in trying- to surpass in
lavishness the efforts of their contem
poraries. "The Honeymoon" was a
winner, firmly establishing the Shu
berts in the confidence of the public.
Yet there is more to "The Runaways"
than the tinsel and glare. One who
would not say that he had resceived the
value of his admission indeed must be
difficult to please, for there has been
injected a variety some of which ought
to appeal to your taate no matter what
it is. Arthur Dunn, a comedian of tha
pocket edition order, who was last
seen in Rock Island with Ezra Ken
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s we " pipir Best stck f
0 American j J T jU DIG l0 J V 1) fi"J Cut GaSS
LLadv CarstS. 1 ItaeaeaJesBtepSMlBBSUMWssaW thft Tri-CltiCS. c3F
3 Excellent Liivesof Hais, $1.39, $2.95, $5.95
Our millinery is designed for both
utility and dress. We have hats
to please everybody. One doesn't
need to pay a large price for a
pretty hat here for our inexpensive
hats are beauties reproduct ieins of
those seen in the style centers such
as New York. I'aris and London.
Three large display tables are tilled
witli three special lines, as follows:
TABLE I. Contains Hats at $1.39
On it are turbans of scratched
felt in ten different shapes, nicely
tailored and trimmed with steel and
gilt buckles and ornaments, cer
tainly very "J
cheap al AJS
X5he B g BostorvV
At no time and at no place are such
shoes being shown for the money
as now at the "Big Boston." We
would particularly call your atten
tion to our "Empress." Not a reg
ular $2.95 shoe for $2.95, but a shoe
that has been sohl fer ten years in
Rock Island and vicinity by Mr.
Adams, our buyer, for $.1.50 and
they were good values at that. We
Stunning Styles in Coasts a.rd Suits at
Over one hundred new fall and winter styles arc being shown in
our Cloak section, each in tho correct colors and sizes. The fedlowing
are some of the especially attractive lines:
At $4.95 Stylish Coats, 27 inches long, of kersey, cheviot and satin
lined, several desirable styles, ym q n
cheap at Te J
At $7.95 Coats in 27. 30 and 42-inch lengths, of mannish mixtures,
kerseys, meltons, beaver, etc., both ladies' and J V p
misses, strapped, appliqued etc
At $9.95 Fully twenty styles at this popular price Zibeline. cheviot,
kersey, and mannish mixtures; coats that are the fastest sedlers in the
fashion centers, and the best fur the money Qk p
in the three cities J m J
O 5c and 10c.
dall, his brother-in-law, is featured.
He is the show, with some sixty peo
ple, mostly gorgeously gowned women,
flitting about him.
Dunn has the role of a jockey. He
is funny to look at. While he does not
figure materially in the story, he man
ages to appear often enough sei that
the audience will not lose sight of him.
William Dox, a Peoria boy, plays oppo
site to Dunn. Deix is six feiet minus
his seix. Dunn is four. Dunn is barely
all enough to reach Dox's vest pocket.
Little of the music is of the whistle-
able variety. "A Kiss for Each Day in
the Week," in which Dunn does his fa
mous oscillatory stunt with six volup
tuous blonde widows, is the hit of the
pie.-ce. There were at least five encores
last night. Dunn told the audience he
did not care if he was kept coming
back until morning. In one of the cho
ruses he employs a step-ladder to reach
the lips of the tall girl. He nestle'd
suspiciously close to the fat widow
with the gold tooth. There was a re
port that he was after the gold.
Erminie Earl has the principal fe
male part. Miss Earl is pretty and
clever, but she does nejt sing. Miss
Blanche Wayne, who is the Princess
Angelcake of the show, was out of the
cast, and her understudy assumed the
rede. She did well, although occasion
ally having to be prompted em her
W. F. Meehan. a good-looking young
fellow, was pleasing as Dave Budd, a
bookmaker, who fall3 in love with
Dorothy Maynard (Sallie Randall), an
army nurse with poet:c tendencies.
who mistakes him for a publisher. The
(wo contributed pretty singing and
Show Girl This Evening.
B. C. Whitney's production )f "The
Show Girl," which will be seen at the
Illinois this evening, is just the kind
of an attraction to go to. if you want
to be irresistibly divorced from dull
care and worry and to spend an even
ing in laughter and enjoyment. There
is a wealth of music, color and beauty j
and everything goe's with a dash and
sparkle. The comedy abounds with
clever specialties introduced by Hilda
Thomas, Lou Hall, Forresters and
Floyd. Sam Mylie, Charles Haigh,
Charles E. Parcor and the Apollo
quartet. The chorus containing 30
beautiful singing and dancing girls will
be seen and heard to advantage. The
scenery and electrical effects are all
new and the costumes are magnificent.
Freeman and Brady.
Max Freeman has been especially
engaged by William A. Brady and
Joseph R. Grismer for their revival
of Bart ley Campbell's "Siberia" at Mc
Yicar's theatre, Chicago. It is a
otrange coincide nee that when "Siberia"
was originally elone at the California
theatre, San Francisco, in 1SS3, Fres-
TABLEE II Contains hats at $2.95
12 styles of Felt Hats, trimmed
with velvet wings, breasts and
metal ornaments. Six shapes, ail
new, of scratched Felt Turbans,
trimmed with fancy silks and euna
ti;tiit. Also a k. of Misses' Tailor
made hats .in red, brown and navy,
trir.ti.icd with qtii:ij and silk. Rest
values in the tri-cities
at the little price . . . .
"Ernpre.r" ihoes, Not
give f.ne selected stocks in all
"Empress" shoes, the choicest ef
Kid and Patent Colt in all styles
including the seven button tailor
made, wiL!i dull buttons, also the
Llucher and either cuts. We want
the thousands of ladies in the tri
cities and vicinity to know about
this "Empress" shoe and to remem
ber they are now
not $3.50, but
Vanilla Rink Wrapper Chocolate
Huyler's Milk Chocolate,
Molasses Cuts. Peppermint Cuts
American Cuts. Fruit Drops Cuts
man was the stage director and Brady
the call boy at $lti per.
'Way Down East's Record.
"'Way Down East" is rapidly ap
proaching its fifteen thousandth per
formance in the United States. Three
companies have been constantly pre
senting this wonderful success for sev
Pit Box Office Winner.
Wilton Lackaye's engagement with
"The Pit." in Chicago lias been the
most remarkable1 in business results
known in that city for years, ft will
be remembered that its former run
was stoppe'd by the Iroquois fire, whew
all the theatres we're forced to close.
STATE GAME WARDEN CALLS ON
FARMERS TO HELP ENFORCE LAW
State Game Warden Wheeler says
it Is his purpose to make the game law
as effective' as possible', and to this
end he is endeavoring to arouse public
interest. He is sending to the wardens
a number of special circulars, the pur
pe)se being to give them additional
information and instruction cemcern
ing the laws.
In one of the circulars he callp
the attention of the game wardens
to the necessity of having the co-opera
tion and assistance of farmers, who
are constantly annoyed by Irresponsi
ble, unlicensed hunters. ' These men.
the commissioner says, are interested
in having the law e nforced and if they
are given the proper encouragement
will do much to aid the department.
"You should," says the circular to
the wardens, "notify farmers and land
owners through the local papers and
verbally as you me-et them, that when
they Fee or hear violations of the game
law and can get name of violator and
enough evidence to justify an arrest,
they should notify you or this office
by telephone or telegraph, at our ex-
pense, and thereby assist in getting
prompt action in every case."
For the information of tin general
public and to secure liable data con
cerning the effect which the new law
is having in various parts of the state,
the commissioner ha.s directed the
wardens to send In a monthly rcjiort
from each county. This report is to
show the kinds of game, its condition
in hummer and winter, whether in
creasing or decreasing.
In addition to this phase of the
work the commissioner is elirecting
hi; attention to the financial features
ef his office. The wardens have been
directed to noti:" all officers issuing
litcn.-es tha: the money eolP-cted each
month rnust be turned into the state
treasury promptly. Where officers
W Beautiful nd
ii 9 Inexpensive
TABLE III Contains Dress Hats
at $5.95 About loo exquisite,
green, navy, cardinal and black
tastily trimmed with foliage, flow
ers, plumes, ornaments, velv.-t
biaids, etc., in fact there are copies
of hats worth up to $25 Your
choice of any n
the table for ....
Three Urtderprlced X
irgs 59c. 50c. 29c g
We tell you hero ef three very
desirable offerings in Dress ilnenls
kinds neede-d right now. as they
are the qualities and styles in
vogue? for fall.
Lot 1 This lot consists of a largt
variety f plaids ,rii inche's wide and
all wool, suitable for waisrs. skirts,
misses' and children's school dress
es. They were made to sell at
$l..r)0. Our buye-r bought the lot
wheMi in New York sh as to retail
Lot 2 A big pile of 27 inch all
wool waistinps, in all Ihe desirable
shades; goods the best shoppers
wemld expe'et to pay f,0c for. will
be' sold at fcfa
just zy c
Lot 3 3." pieces of all wool suit
ings, in plain shades and in fancy
i fleets, manufactured to re-tail at
Cite to 75c. Bought them che ap and
they'll go cheap, at
Fashioned Molasse-s Cand"
Delicious Chocolate Square's
Per Pkg. 10c
His present engagement has been ono
scries of enormous audiences.
Holding on Al Leech.
Weber and Ziepfeld tri'd to buy t lie
contract that William A. Brady holds
with Al Leech. Their offer was n -fused.
Leech and his "Girls Will lie
Girls" company made a great hit in
New Yeirk and Brady intends after
this year to put Lee'ch at the head of
a big musical company which has al
ready been boeilu'd for a Broadway
One Night In June Closes.
The company presenting "One1 Night
in June, which visited Rock Island
two weeks ago. has close-d. Poor bus
iness. are short in the game protection fund
their bondsmen' must make- pood the
deficiency at once'.
In concluding his instructions to
the deputy wardens. Commissioner
"I beg to advise you that from nil
ove-r tho state Come' glowing re-ports
of a great increase in prairie chickens
and quail, and a decided change; in Ihe
sentiment of 'tho people in favor of
the law. I am sure; another ye-ar of
lt.4 proper enforcement will demon
strate beyond question, its true valuo
to all citizens, and especially to the
sportsmen and lovers of gun and dog.
"Please remember that you are; the
deputy game; warden ef your county
every day and night in the month and
are expected to be alert and ready
to net on all violations ejf the pamo
law. whether you are at the time as
signed te some Hpecial seTvice on spe
cial pay or not. This department -x-pects
your ur.divided assistance iti
protecting the game of the state-, for
which purpose the law was passed.
At the sane time no good citizen
should b; treated disrespe-ctf ully er
unne-ce-ssar ily embarrassed."
One of Many.
II. A. Tisdale, of Summerton, S. (".,
suffered f r 20 years with the piles.
Specialists were employed and many
remedies used, but relief and perma
nent good was found only in the us
of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Thia
is only one of the many, many cures
that have been effected by this won
derful remedy. In buying Witch Ha
zel salve it is only necessary to se
that you get the genuine DeWitt's,
made by E. C. DeWitt & Co.. in Chi
cago, and a cure is certain. DeWitt'
Witch Hazel cures all kinds of piles,
cuts, burns, bruises, eczema, tetter,
ring-worm, skin diseases, etc. Sold by;
all druggists. .