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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1905.
Why our business is increasing
and why people vho buy from
us once remain our steady cus
tomers: 1. Our KftI arv powilively of
the hlgh-Kt ualif-.
2. Oar prUm arc uailrilalilf
it Oor rDHtonirm err mrli nt
ImiIciI nllli ibr nitration Ibcy re--rIr.
Remember, we advertise th2
kind of goods ycu use every day
and mutt h3ve. Necessities, not
luxuries, will be found in the fol
Cream Flour, every sack
guaranteed, per sack ,.$1.45
Picnic Hams, per lb B'c
Sugar Cured Hams, per lb.
Dreakfiit Lean Bacon, per
Fresh Roiled Oats, 2 lbs... c
Fresh Soda - and Oyster
Crackers, 2 ibs for 15c
10 bars Santa Claus Soap.. 25c
Good Japan Tea, per lb. ... 25c
3 packages Monarch Mince
Carnation and Keokuk To
matoes, solid packed, 3
Early June Peas, 3 cans... 25c
3 lb. can Egg Plums, per
3 lb. czn Boston Baked
Deans, per cai c
2 lb. can solid packed To-
matce-, per can 5c
2 lb. can Sweet Corn 6c
Japan Head Rice, per lb... 5c
Seeded Raisins, per pkg.... 5c
California Currants, pkg.... 5c
Pancske Flour, all kinds, 3
pkgs. for 25c
California Prunes, per lb... 5c
Golden Drop Prunes, lb 8c
Catsup, per bottle '. . . .z 5c
Colorado Potatoes, per bu... 60c
Sweet Potatoes, per pk. ... 25c
Lion Coffee, 2 pkgs for . 25c
Fancy Oranges and Bananas
at very low prices.
Try our 2Cc bulk Coffee; best
in town for the money.
We are headquarters for Ap
ples by the barrel or by the
bushel. ' Fancy New York Ap
ples Bandwins, Greenings, or
Russets, per barrel, $2.35; per
Telephone your orders and
they will be promptly attended
700 Twelfth Street.
!il riiDiie went I in. JYrw 5S7tt.
Chicago Dental Company
OFFICE 1C17J4 SECOND AVENUE.
and removal of nerves doue by us, and
the best and most careiui treatment
given to all cases.
READ THIt :
We have a patent thin elastic plate
lth natural gums that fits mall cases
and when others fail. ."e use no cheap
material In our office, for our work Is
ail guaranteed to be equal to the high
est priced dentists ar.d to be first class
in every respect. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling 9 .25
Gold Platinum Filling 50
Silver Filling .50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Gold Crowns 22 k., $4 and $5.... 4.00
Thin Elastic Plates 10.00
Best Red Rubber Plate 10.00
O others 5.0C
OFFICU. 16074 SECOND AVENUE
Over Speidel's Drug 6 tors.
DR. C S. MARSHALL
j CONTRACTING AND
FRANK A. FREDERICKS.
Schreiner Shop, 1121 Fourth
Jobblaar pronptijr dear. Win
dow aad arrrva door a aprrlal-y.-
Satisfaction suarantrrd. Hff
Idrnre, 415 Elevrata street. Old
pbuar writ S2A.
John Volk & Co.,
Dealers in single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings. Ve
neered and Hardwood flooring cf all
Dealer in single and double strength
Window Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311 and 329
iA GREAT MEDICINE
(BRINGS HEALTH TO THREE MEM
' BERS OF SAME FAMILY. '
Cures a Wife's Debility After Malaria,
a Husband's Rhcumatisrn,a Daugh
ter's Nervous Pro&tration.
The claim of Dr. WiHaiu's P;iik rill-,
to be a genuine household remedy is
Lused on the fact that they make tin
blood sound and the nerves strons and
so overcome a variety of diseases.
"I have recommended Dr. William's'
Pink P.lls to many iJtople," said Mrs
ijo.iseti. uocauscf I nave seen sucii
food rc-sults. time after time, right in
my own family. The re are three of us
who do not need to take? anvbu.lv"?
vrd on the subjer-t. for our ov.n -x
pt-Tieuoe in the jia.st ten yiars ha
t:mght us how well they deserve the
praise given th;n by s many other
"It was j 1 1 t :i'juf ten year:? acinar
I fir.-t read about Dr. WilHams' fin.
Pi!!. in a new.--paper article whk
save the testimony of some woman
who had Leon cured by them. Her
symptoms were so much like mine that
I thought I would try them, and I
then bought my first box.
"1 was at that time all run down ir
health, I was weak and nervous an 1
without ambition. I couldn't walk any
distance en account of shortness of
breath and palpitation of my heart, and
I had no appetite. I had been doctor
ing all summer fur malaria and stom
ach trouble. Everybody thought I was
olng Into consumption, as my mothei
had died of that disease.
"Thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
! am now alive and hearty. I began tc
improve as soon as I began to take
'hem. Th first box roused up my ap
petite, so I got three more boxes, and
when those had been taken I was
well woman. I always take -a few a3
a tonic every spring and fall, and I
have found them of prent benefit just
! fore and after confinement. Every
one wonders how I keep so well and
am able to care for my home and six
children without help. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills explain it.
"My oldest gill's health began to fail
whin she was about 14. as the result
of too close application to her school
work. She was nervous, complained
of sharp pains in her head, would get
deathly sick and have to leave the
school room to pet fresh air to revive
her. I gave some pills to her. She
took only a few boxes, but they cured
her troubles and caused her to develop
into a perfect picture of health. The:
my hu.liand tool: them i' r hetnr.ati.-n
and found that they would cure that
too. So you see we have all got gre!
ff'xxl from using the-hi and that is whj
we recommend them to others."
Mrs. Minnie B. Oossett lives at
IJhrichsville. Tuscarawas county, Ohio
and is well known, as she has residec
in the same neighborhood for more
than 13 years. Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills are sold by all druggists every
where. They have cured other dis
eases also, such as anaemia, neuralgia
partial paralysis, irregularities and all
forms of weakness in women. They
have also cured the most stubborn
ases of dyspepsia. They agree with
the most delicate stomachs and rapidU
strengthen them. They are indispensi
ble for growing girls.
Select Orchestra for all
Benj. Bleuer, violin;
Frank Bogue, clarionet;
Elizabeth JBowlby, pi
ano; Frank Bleuer, cor
net; Luke Hemenway,
Ben). Bleuer. Mgr..
. $19 Seventeenth St.,
Rock Island. 111.
New -phone 534 4; old,
west 739 L.
In order to prove to you
P- that Dr. A. W. Chase's
I I fC u Ointment is a certain and
B I alk-lute cure for any form
of itching, bleeding, or
protruding piles, the manufacturers guaran
tee a cure. You ran use it and if not
cuiwl get your nianry Itack. Ifr. Casjwr
Vilton, laborer, MU-higin City, lnd., says:
"I work hard and lift a Krvui deal. Tbestrain
Untight ou an attack of piles. Thy itcbod
and they protruded and b'.evL Nothing helped
tbcra until I U--il Ir. A. W. Chase's Ointment.
That cured Lb em." &oa a box at all dealers, or
Db. A.W. Cba&e MedicixeCo., Buffalo, N.Y.
Dr. A. 17. Chase's Ointment.
Blcher In Quality than most
tmpt Un mHk other Gears
ya fcaa aoaa r torn tar Uteirc tia
mt tkaa ataer ari
rzA , P um i s. ftoru.ru.
Cai&iHATGft TIN rcil SMOKER tt&ALt
Conditioned in Studies.
A report to the effect that Belden.
Fi.-her and Valerius, members of the
Griunell basketball team, have been
conditioned in their studies, and will
not be allowed to p'.ay the remainder
of the season, is current in college pa
pers of this state. Two of the stu
dents. Fisher and Valerius are Dav
The articles of incorjnration of the
Davenport Stone & Marble company,
have been fded with the county record
er. The object of the incorperation
is the dealing in marbles, stone, ttat
.j:iry. monuments, art work, as also the
building of ali sorts of ttructiiivs in
.vhii-h marble or btone are- used in the
construction. The concern is capital
ii.d at $1".MM and the directors and
oXce-rs are as follows: Director?
T. F. Kenney, Imis Schroeder and M.
J. Malloy; president. T. F. Kenney:
vice president and treasurer, Ixiuis
SchreKHler; secretary and manager, M.
J. Malloy. 14
Champion Company Dissolved.
A resolution was adopted at the
final stockholders" meeting whereby
the Champion Manufacturing company
is dissolved. The concern was engag
ed in manufacturing the Champion
washing machine down in Black
Hawk. The plant is now owned by the
Simplex Washer company.
Fell on Slippery Walk.
The ambulance was called out to
convey at Mrs. Crippen to her home
in Fishertown, west of the Mueller
sew mill. The lady was the victim of
a fall en a slippery walk near 314 East
Fifteenth street in which she was se
riously injured. In her impact with
the pave'iuent she sustained a frac
Bawl for $50.
A match contest for $"0 a side be
tween Shannon of Maquoketa and
Kaiser of Moline, will be pulled off
tomorrow afternoon at the local bowl
ing alley. The match is for 10 games,
the highest number of pins to decid3
the winner. Both Shannon and Kaiser
are considered crack bowlers anil the
forthcoming match should prove to be
a very interesting one.
Mrs. Gretchen Thomsen. wife of
Peter J. Thomsen, died at his home,
1331 Leonard street, Wednesday even
ing after a short illness, aged 3D
velars. lK-reaseu was Dora in acmea-
wii'-HoIstein and came to this country
with her parents when 'J years of age.
She came directly to Davenport where
she was married in 1S90 to the hus
l.nnil who survives her with three chil
dren: Carl F., Martha A., and Walter
At Mercy hospital Wednesday even
ing. occurred the eieatn or ueorge v
Holbicr. one of the well known younv
men nf ihr citv and until recently sen
ior member of the firm of Helbig &
Khlers. nroorietors of the meat mar
ket at Femrth and Iowa streets. De
ceased was beirn and reared in thi
citv. The survivors are the bereaved
mother. Mrs. Caroline Helbig and four
sisters and one brother.
Cutter Not a Ciew.
The demolished cutter, which was
found yesterday in front of Justice
Hall's office and which some people
connected with the . robbery of the
Bichter store, has been found to belong
to the Cudahy Packing company and
therefore the theory that it played a
part in the successful escape of the
bold robbers, has been dispelled.
Old River Man Lived Here.
Cant. Peter Wirtz. a former Daven-
norter and well remembered by the
rivermen all along the Mississippi,
died last Monday at his home in Sat.
Tuis. Cant. Wirtz was born and rear
ed to manhood in this city and for
ears was one of the poimlar rivermen
of this place. Capt. Wirtz is also one
of the few survivors of the wreck or
the steamer W. R. Arthur, whose boil
er exploded Jan. 28. 1S71, when over
100 nersems lost their lives near Mem
phis. Tenn. During recent years he
has made his home at St. Iouis and it
is understood the remains will be bur
ied at that place.
Chicago. Feb. 17. Following are the
quotations in today's markets:
May, 120s. 121. US;. 119
July. 101 ts. i2. joi. loits,.
Septembe-r, 93U. S2-V 93. 93'i.
May, 40. 4GS. 4CU. 4C .
July. 47. 47'i. 47, 47.
September, 47Vi. 47s, 47',i, 47.
May. Dm. Sl'i. 30 ?i. 31.
July. si. 31. 3o-t. 3j3i.
September, 29 29',. 29. 29 i.
May. 12.80, 12.S2. 12.77. 12.S0.
July, 12.92. 12.92, 12.92, 12.92.
May. C.92, C.92. C.f'". C.90.
July, 7.02, 7.02. 7.02. 7.02.
May. 6.R0. C.S2. 6.S0, C.S
JuTy. ft. 53. C.53. C.95. 6.93.
Receipts Texiay Wheat 7. corn fco.
oats 4S, hogs 33,000. sheep 900, cattle
1 3. t00.
Estimated Receipts Saturday Wheat
G, corn C3. oats 24. bogs 33X.
Ho? market opened weak to 10c low
er- Light 4.S5S4.9S, mixed and butch-
trs 1. 1 z-'j o.vr.. .erOil r.eavy i.iojio.vo,
rough heavy 4.75 C: 4.'-'.
Cattle market openl weak. 10c to
Sheep market closed steady.
Hogs at Omaha 9.000, cattle 4.0A0.
Hogs at Kansas City 8,'io, cattle 4,-
V. S. Yards. S:4o a. ni- Hog market
weak. 10c lower. Light 4.(13 4.93.
mixed and butchers 4.750 5.05, gewd
heavy 4.73 Q 5.02, rough heavy 4.75 Q
Cattle market weak, lftc to 15c low
er. Beeves 3.406.20. cows and heif
ers 1.2054.50, stockers and feeder
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed weak. Light 4.f.o
f4.90, mixed and butchers 4.7oi3.oo
good heavy 4.755.00. rough benvy
Cattle market closed weak, loo to
Sherp market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
N'ew York. Feb. 17. Sugar ll'i.
Gas 107'.,. C, 11. I. & p. 34. South
ern Pacific (17. H. & O. 103' ,. Aachisem
common S7v.;. Atchison preferred 102.
C. M. & Si. P. 17."s Manhattan 172v4
Copper 74. W. V. Te l. Ce. 93. X. Y
Central 14S, L. & X. 13S, C. & A. 42
Reading common 94', 4, Canadian Pa
cifie 137&. Leather common 12"!4, B.
R. T. C2U, Pacific Mail 4GU. U. S.
Steel preferred 94 '-i. V. S. Steel com
mon 23 1. Penna 139s;. Missouri Pa
cific lOGTs, Union Pacific 123, Coal
and Iron 8H,. Erie common 44, Wa
bash preferred 4C,V2.'C. & G. W. 23
Illinois Central 15S. Car Foundrv 34
Republic Steel preferred 70, Republic
Steel common IS.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Feb. 17. Following are
the wholesale quotations in the local
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery 30c, dairy 25c.
Eggs Fresh 2Se.
Live Poultry Spring chickens 9c
per pound , hens Se per pound, ducks
luc, turkeys 13c to 14c.
Vegetables Potatoes 40c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn !2'T 43c, oats 32 0C3c.
Forage Timothy hay $10.50, prairie
$S, straw $C,Ti $7.
WKd Hard, per load. $4.50g-$5.0u.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 14c. slack,
per bushel, S to 9c.
Cattle Steers $3.0004.50.
heifers $2.00$ $3.00. calves 3.O0-57G.00.
Hejgs Mixed and butchers $4.25
Sheep Yearlings or over $3.00
$5.00, lambs $5.00? $7.00.
AN INTERURBAN DEAL
The Indications Said to Point to
Friendly Relations Between
Monmouth, Feb. 17. Members of the
Western Illinois Traction company are
retiee ut in giving out information con
cerning their relations with the Dav
enport syndicate which proposes build
ing an interurban line from Davenport
to Galesburg, coming through Rock
Island, Aledo and Monmouth, but they
do r.t;t deny that C. G. Hipwell. of
Davenport. Iowa, etne etf the prime
movers in the syndicate, had conferred
with members of the Western Illinois
Traction company at Monmouth and
with Judge Post at Galesburg. asking
them to come to Rock Island to con
fer with members of the Davenport
Xeither do they deny that there is
a deal up between the Western Illinois
Traction company ami the Davenjxirt
syndicate to build the projtosed line
over the Monmouth company's right
of way from Monmouth to Galesburg.
CRANBERRY MAN SENTENCED
C. L. Winters Alias J. E. Sturdevant
Given' Sixty Days and a Fine.
Winter, the cranberry man, who vic
timized a number here and there over
the country with the cranberry order
game, from which spurious notes were
developed against the men that gave
him orders, will not go to the peniten
tiary, lie will pay a tine of $2oo and
take two months in jail. He did quite
a business over this part of the state
and yet seemed to have realized very
little cash. It came out in the hearing
in the Knox county circuit court that
he has respectable relatives :a Quincy
and that he has a wife and two chil
dren to support. It was also urged in
his behalf that this is his first offense.
IT ALWAYS HELPS
An ailment like consump"
tion that has been months
and years getting a foothold
cannot be relieved in a week
or day. Scott's Emulsion
will always afford relief and
often cure, but not over night.
The consistent use of Scott's
Emulsion will positively help
the consumptive at any
stage of the disease. We
guarantee nothing beyond
this, but we know that right
living and Scott's Emulsion
have done more to cure con
sumption than anything else.
Scott & Iktwne, 409 I'eaxl St., New York.
Caused Loss of a Horse.
A wanton injustice was worked em
E. K. Jamie-son a night or two ao by
sorue rabbit hunters who were hunt
ing in t!itv vicinity of Mr. Jamieson's
hotiiti c-n the Walker farm just east
of the Cady place. From appearances
it seems that a rabbit ran under Mr.
Jamiesor.'s barn and to get at it the
boards of the barn floor were removed.
The lid of the barrel in which Mr. Jam
ieson kept the corn for his horse was
left uncovered and the l.ors got loose
and ate so much of the turn that it
foundered and died.
Stnte Officers Coming.
iipt-re Ciand M:'.t--t r Narvik an 1
Grand Ma.-ter C. II. Eich, of Illinois,
hare sei.t word to the nu-mbers of the
lodge of tli Ancient tinier oi" I'ul'e.l
Workmen that they wiil be in the city
tomorrow evening to c. nfor with
lodge c-i:ii!iit:ee; u er i he plans lfr
tlio appioaohing slate contention to
be held Sn Moline, May 2. The lo.Uc
ee)nuaitttes from Schiller and Har
mony and from the ladies" auxiliary
will meet with the tifficers at Industrial
hall Mini fititline the program to be fol
lowed. Compliments Schools.
Moline public schools have been
roundly complimented in the report of
the state superintendent ef public in
struction, which has juSt been issued.
In his report the superintendent says:
"Moline is fortunate in having a sup
erintendent that has seen school sav
ings banks in successful operation in
Michigan and believes in them. He in
troduced the system in the city
schex)ls. Ut ginning with the holidays
the depo.-its from January to the end
of the school year amounted to $2,
481.23. The school banks have been
a wonderful success. The children
are enthusiastic over them, doing all
sorts of things to earn money. The
ilepeisits for the week of the present
year reached almost $10. If Moline
teachers who I know are as busy as
:my in the state, have time to attend
to the scheH'l bank, others can do the
same. Mr. Smith is at the head eif
this work. Moline has nenv the finest
svstem ef school savings banks in the
Wins Fame as Cartoonist.
Andrew Ilodine, a former Moline
boy. a graduate from the high school
in the class ef '59, is making a name
for himself as a newspaper cartoonist
in South Rend, lnd. Bodine had exper
ience as a ne-v.'spnper reporter in (his
city altor leaving high school. He is
now with the South Rend Daily Times
and some of his cartoons en the Rus
sian war have been excellent.
August Taulsen is
erection of a two-story
to be started as soon
out of the ground,
building will front
street and will occupy
twe-en Mr. Paulsen's pr
md his business prope
brick Hat, Work
as the frost is
the space be
Teacher Seriously III.
Miss Sarah Cornwall, a former
teacher in the Moline public schools, is
seriously ill at Colorado Springs. Colo.
Miss Cornwall gave up her position in
the schools here a year ago. being af
ilicted wish lung trouble, and went to
Colorado in search of health. Tuesday
i:r sister. Miss Sylvia Cornwall, re
ceived a letter from her asking that
she come to Colorado Springs, tis she
was rapidly growing worse, ami de
sired to be- taken back heimo to finish
the battle, whichever way it is to go.
Her sister has departed for Colorado
Springs and they will probably return
o this city in a few days.
Martin Oredslerof Davemport. an fin
dove at New Shops, while at work
yesterday with a shaper, cut off two
f;ngt-rs at the first joint and badly lac-'-rate'd
Gets Kentucky Job.
Architect O. Z. Cervin of Moline has
been given the supervisiejn ejf the erec
tion of the buildings for the Hickman-
Ebbert Wagon cempany, of Owe-nr-boro.
Ky.. which provides for the fx
nenditure of upwards of $75,000. He
has returned from that place, where
he had been to inspect the site of the
new plant and for getting facts as to
1 he soil and what building shall b?
C, P. & St. I Railway.
Only one change of cars from Peoria
to Hot Springs, Eureka Springs," Gal
vestem. Houston, San Antonio, Mobile,
N'ew Orleans, and Florida points. Only
through car line to St. Ixiuis.
Round trip excursion rates to points
in Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory,
Kansas, Arkansas and California Feb.
21, March 1 and 21, will be lowest
rates ever known. For full Information
and illustrate folder, call on or ad
dress T. J. McGrath, traveling passen
ger agent, 317 Main street, Peoria; J.
I-.ee Barrett, city passenger and ticket
agent, 317 Main street, Peoria, III.
$12.45 to Muskogee and Return.
Above is a sample of the very low
rates the Rock Island will have on
sale Feb. 21 to a number of points in
Indian Territory, Oklahoma and Texas.
Also on same date very low one-way
rates. Call at citv ticket office,
Second avenue, for full Information.
Sfej FEET ifliSfrX
1 VMM..." mm
A'.U-otk's riasters are the original and genuine porous jl.iters and have never
been e.nuMid a a vin-curer. We guarantee them to contain no tclUdwlina, oiutu
or any uimii whatever. Absolutely sate, uoudetlullf curative.
Insist Upon Having AUcock's
Deeds, Not Words"
Is what the people want. Ve don't believe in preaching
and net practicing what we preach.. Low prices backed
with the highest possible quality of groceries has built up
an enviable reputation for the
And every consumer who has patronized this store knows
what great opportunities we offer, in fact you save some
thing on every purchase. Everything just as advertised at
Brazil Coffee, per lb 12'e
Good Rice C lbs 25c
Y. II. and Japan Tea. per lb 25c
Oil or Mustard Sardines, C
for 25c .
Seedless Rais. , 2 lb pkg 15c
Home-Made Mince Meat,
3 pounds 25c
Ginger Snaps, ier pound.. .5c
Good corn, per dozem, 90c,
Qt. Bottle Maple Syrup 25c
Catsup, 3 large or C small
bottles for 25c
Cecoanut, per pound 15c
Tall Salmon 3 cans for.... 25c
Diamond C Soap, 10 bars.. 25c
Sultana Raisins, 2 lb 15c
Good Prunes, 2 lb 15c
1515 Second Ave.
o n !
Also Pitkifiks tub Ulooh.
Don t become discouraged. There Is a cure for you. If necessary writ Dr. Feuncr.
Je lias KJM.-UL a UfuUuiu curlu Just such cases as yours. All consultations FREE.
Suffered for 10 Years with
Backache and Kidney Trouble
Omalia, Neb., Feb. , VMl.
Sold by Druggists, 50c. and $1. Get Cook Book and Treatise on
the Kidneys - FREE. M. M. Fenner, M. D., Fredonia, N. Y.
T. H. THOMAS. Druggist.
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! ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK j
ROCK I8LAND, ILL.
incorporated under the state Law.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. H-jford. PrwHfnt.
It. P. Hull, VKe rr-:leut.
P. Cr-naralt, Oaftl?r.
B-tfri the hosln-9 July 2. 180,
and orcupl K. K. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde's building.
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Tear an AUcock's Porous
Plaster in two length
wise, and apply on soles
of feet; renew the plaster
every time the feet are
bathed. You -will be sur
prised how it will relieve
rheumatism in the feet or
For tired or Lime feet relief
is aiTorJed at once.
Cream er Roman patent
Sugar, 17 peninds for $1.00
Santa Claus Soap, 9 bars.. 25c
Yeast Foam, package 3c
Horseshoe Tobacco, per lb 45c
Star Tobacco, per lb 45c
Monarch Gelatine, 2 pkgs. 25c
3 cans for 25o
Goenl Tomatoes, per doz 90c
3 cans for . . . '. 25c
Karly June Peas, per doa
90c, 3 cans for 25c
Citron, per lb 17c
Gold Dust. 4 lb ks 15c
Currants, 2 pkgs 15c
Pet Cream, 3 large or 6
Binal cans for 25c
All DisoaRPR of the
kidni-ys, Madder, and
Also catarrh, Iwart
disease, gravel, drony,
Dr. M. M. Fenner, Fredonia, N. Y.
Iear iJoctor ! I liavt; suffered for the
past ten yearn with backache and kidm-y
trouble, and have tried a great many of
thomo.-t prominent physicians in r.e.ston
and Omaha and all tho patent me-dicine.-:;
I heard of in hope of receiving relief.
Finally seeing yejur ad. I purchased a
bottle of your Kidney and I lac kae he Cure
I wi.-h to thank you for the bent-It
received for after u.-ing only two botth .-i
I am entirely cured, having no pain er
ache of any kind. Sincerely Yours,
lliri.s Alice McDonald.
29.i Harney St.
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on O
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William IL Dart.
H. I'. Hull,
P. O rfct-naw.3t,
X M. f5uford.
K. W. Huret,
Solicitors Jackson Harst.