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THE XRGUS, WEDXESDAT. MARCH 22, 1905.
HEAD IS KICKED IN
Thomas Staunton, Hotel Waiter,
Terribly Beaten by Chef
THROWN DOWN STAIRWAY
Treble Follows Waiter's Disturbing
Superior's Sleep Victim
Thoma3 Staunton, a waiter at the
Hotel Harms, is ai. St. Anthony's hos
pital with a fractured skull received in
an encounter la.-:t evening with Frank
Richter, the chef at the hotel. Staur.
ton was mercilessly kicked and beat
en and thrown down a flight of stairs,
the steps of which were spattered
with his gore.
Of course there are two sides to
the story. Staunton avers that the at
tack was unwarranted; that Richter
had It in for him and pitched on him
when he awakened him in his room.
Richter states that Staunton called
him an unprintable name when he
aroused him from his afternoon siesta,
and when he took him to task for ad
dressing such unseemly language to
him Staunton struck him, and that
whatever he did to him was iu self
lilchtrr In l.fx-krd I" p.
Staunton walked to police headquar
ters and filed complaint against Rich
ter, who was arrested and locked up
at the county j.-iil to await a hearing.
Dr. EM Bradford was called to attend
Staunton, and took him to the hospi
tal in his buggy. The fracture is
over the right temple. There are also
several ugly cuts in the head and face.
There are no symptoms of the brain
having been affected by the injury, and
the physician is hopeful of Staunton
POLICE STATION IS
THE SCENE OF FIGHT
City Engineer Treichler Resents In
nuendo of Boodle by Assaulting
Officer Henry Thode acted as peace
maker in a personal encounter at po
lice headquarters this morning be
tween V. E. Treichler. the city engi
neer, anl a citizen whose home is on
Twenty-fifth street and Fourteenth
avenue. The citizen was accompanied
by one of his neighbors. They came
to see Mr. Treichler in relation to thu
grading of the alley at the rear rf
their property. They criticised the en
gineer, charging that he was derelict
in his duty.
While Mr. Treichler was remon
strating with his visitors, trying to
convince them that he was giving to
them and the city the value of his best
judgement, one hinted he was deterred
from doing as he should through the
influence of "boodle." This was more
thau the engineer could stand for. and
he hauled off and biffed his accuser
In the face with his list. Before an
other blow was struck Officer 'mode
stepped between the men. Thus t'.ie
incident was closed.
Try a "Zibia."
Call for Improved Zazaro.
Buv a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-City To well Supply company. j
Insure with Goldsmith & McKee.
Kerler Bros., your carpet cleaners.
For bus, baggage. express. call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
Open tonight. I'llemeyer & Sterling.
The stage of water was 8.1)0 at C a.
m. and 9 at noon.
Eight and 10 foot window brush
poles at David Don's.
The big sale of Cheney Bros', fine :
silks continues at McCabe's.
Rig muslin sale at McCabe's from 2
to 4 o'clock tomorrow. See ad.
Special sale or Perrin's kid glove3
tomorrow at McCabe's. See ad.
Walliue & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old 'phone 1070, new 5SS4.
W. H. Sieuiou will do your tin work;
1427 Sixth avenue. New 'phone 574C.
Some unequalled values in ladies'
and misses" suits at McCabe's. See ad.
Trio lodge No. :7. A. F. & A. M..
will meet for work Thursday. March
The Standard of
23. at 7:30 p. m. Visitors are wel
come. Peanut candy and taffy, 10 cents per
pound, at Peterson's, 1314 Third ave
nue. A present for every boy that buys
his new spring suit at Ullemeyer &
They are here the swell double
breasted new spring suits. Ullemeyer
Rabbi Fineshriber on "Russia and
Her Modern Problems" at Burtis
opera house, Davenport, March 30.
If you tire of buckwheat, try Mrs.
Austin's pancake flour for a change.
Made from the great food cereals.
Another table d'hote dinner is to be
served at the Rock Island Club tomor
row evening from C to 8:15 o'clock.
Navigation opened on the Illinois
river at Peoria yesterday, the packet
York starting on her season's work.
Tri-City Lodge C17, Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen, will give their
fourth annual ball at Industrial hal!
All the leading hotels, restaurants
and dining cars serve Mrs. Austin's
pancakes for breakfast. Much better
Tri-City Lodge CI 7. Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen, will give their
fourth annual ball at Industrial hall
Report your changes to Stone's city
directory, office northeast corner Sec
ond avenue and Eighteenth street, or
call up old 'phone 553 L.
Buy your native wine and pure grape
brandy of Charles Schaeffer, Seven
teenth street. South Rock Island. Ad
dress orders postoffice box 39G.
Foresters of Island City camp No.
309 will give a dance and refreshments
at Woodman hall Friday. March 24.
Admission, 15 cents. Everybody in
A farm near Dixon in Lee county,
consisting of 77 acres has just been
sold for $15,ooo or $19i an acre. The
farmer who has a good piece of land
clear of debt has a fortune.
The best of ail. that "old fashioned
chicken dinner" for only 15 cents.
Thursday evening, March 23 from 5
to x o'clock, at Berlin's hall. Served
by the "Daughters of America."
When you buy at I'llemeyer & Sterl
ings you are assured of "correctness"
In every detail as we sell onlv thp
"perfect made" suits and top coats'
Ullemeyer & Sterling's, the place.
A present for every boy that comes
to our store for his new suit. Our spring
line of strong, serviceable, long-wearing
suits embraces all that's good in
boys' suits. Do not miss the place.
Ullemeyer & Sterling.
The Swedish Mission church of
Galesburg not only refused to accept
the resignation of the pastor, Rev. J.
Sallstrom, but instead hired him for
life. He will, however, be given a
three months' vacation.
Judge E. E. Parmenter, in the coun
ty court, has taken under advisement
the testimony in the Michael Ebner
will case, three of the heirs opposing
the probating of the will, alleging un
due influence in the making of the
bequests contained therein.
State's Attorney Sturtz, of Henry
county, has nolle prossed the indict
ments of the Kewanee saloonkeepers
for keeping open Sundays and selling
iiquor to minors found a year ago.
Among the defendants in the cases
was Otto Patting of this city.
The Golden State Limited on the
Rock Inland was wrecked yesterday
morning at Fairfield, Iowa, several
cars leaving the rails while running
at a low rate of speed. Two trainmen
were slightly bruised but none of the
passengers were hurt. In the press
dispatched this wreck was confound
ed with that of the Rocky Mountain
limited .at Homestead.
Gardner Wallace, who resides near
Muscatine, lost two head of cattle on
Saturday night, the animals being vic
tims of a bolt of lightning. It is not
often than such a thing happens at
this time of the year, and the occur
rence caused much comment among
those interested in raising cattle. The!
animals were sleeping in the yard
mar the barns.
FLOATER IN RIVER
SEEN BY ROCK ISLAND BRIDGE
GUARD, BUT IS NOT RE
COVERED, Henry Brown, night guard on the
Davenport side of the Rock Island
bridge, discovered a floater in the riv
er this morning about C o'clock. The
bo.ly was that of a man. apparently
caught in the ice earlier in the spring.
The body was moving rapidly down
stream, near the second span, and was
out of sight before Mr. Brown could
make any effort to recover the body.
It presented a very grewsome sight.
Lee Case to Jury.
The oa:e of William Lee against the
Republic Iron & Sted company weV
to the jury in the county court this
ternoon. A motion by the defense to
take the case from the jury was over
ruled by Judge Gest. The suit is for
personal injury sustained in the de
fendant company's plant In Moline.
SCENT OF MURDER
Twenty Creeks, After a Fight,
Disappear From the
BLOOD STAINS IN THE YARD
Discuss Killing in a Saloon House
on Forty-sixth Street
The disappearance of 20 Greeks who
lived in a house on Forty-sixth street
and the belated report that has come
to the police of a fight that occurred
there Saturday night has given rise to
the suspicion that there might have
been a murder committed there.
The theory that a man was killed
is founded on the remarka made in the
McKinney saloon oo Forty-sixth street
by four Greeks Saturday night. When
they entered they remarked:
"A man has just been killed! call
Apparently no particular import was
attached to the remark at the time,
and the officer of the beat who inves
tigated, learned little, but with the
disappearance of the entire bunch ot
Greeks from the house since Saturday
night, much talk has been aroused and
an investigation of the cellar of the
house has prompted the suspicion that
a body had been buried there.
Holme Kntlrrly Vacated.
The house today is entirely vacated,
stripped of all furnishings. A back
window stands open and there is a
broken window glass in one of the
The forward part of the cellar is of
ordinary height, but toward the rear,
the ground rises so that one must
stoop in order to walk. In this part
the ground is very soft and in one
of the far corners pieces of blood
stained cotton were found. The earth
is soft and appears to have been fresh
What Bartender See.
A bartender In the old Hanson sa
loon on Third avenue and Forty-sixth
street says that he noticed a light in
the ce-ilar of the place as he was pass
ing Sunday night. Another man says
he saw a number of Greeks through
a window Sunday afternoon and that
their glances were directed toward the
floor, as though they were watching or
looking at a dead or dying man.
Coroner L. V. Eckhart is investigat
ing this afternoon. The police scoff at
the murder theory.
Coroner Eckhart visited the house
with Policeman David Fitzgerald this
afternoon. They dug in two places.in
the cellar, but the body that was sup
posed to be there was not found. A
flattened bullet was found in the cellar.
NEW AMATEUR BALL
TEAM TO BE FORMED
R. R. Ranaon is Made Manage
Independents Reelect Tom
A new amateur baseball club is to
be organized as a companion team to
the Independents, who have been so
successful in former seasons. The
new team will be under the jurisdic
tion of the Independents, though hav
ing its own manager and captain.
There was a meeting held last evening
for the purpose of carrying out the
preliminaries of the organization.
R. R. Ran son is manager of the
new team, and H. G. Wil
son captain. The lineup of the
team will be completed in a few days.
The Independents have reelected Tom
L. Kennedy to manage the team this
season and Ed Selmer for captain.
The new team is expected to prove a
winning organization, both from the
sporting and the business ioint of
view. It will undoubtedly receive the
htarty support of local enthusiasts
that has been given the Independents
In the past.
TRACING A DIAMOND RING
D-.!i D.n: rnrn Has Innuirv From
Chicago Firm. j
The firm or Ixftis Bros. & Co., of j
Chicago, is endeavoring to trace a dia
mond ring valued at $350 that was sold
in March. 1503. to V. H. Alley, then
employed here as chief train dispatcher j
for the Rock Island road. A letter has
been received by the Rock Island po
lice department in reference to the!
ring, relatives of Mr. Alley, who died
in July. 1903. claiming it was either
lost or sto'.en in this city. Alley's fam-J
ily now resides In Princeton, Mo. The
police department is asked to assist in
locating the ring.
Meeting Democratic Committee.
Members of the democratic city-
township committee are requested to
meet at the Commercial house Fridav !
evening. March 24. at 8 o'clock. All
democrats of the city are Invited to at
tend. By order.
G. H. WRIGHT, Chairman.
J. P. SEXTON. Secretary.
Sixth Ward Democrats Attention.
The democrats of the Sixth ward
are requested to meet at the hose
house on Twenty-sixth street Thurs
day evening. March 23, at 7:30 o'clock.
G. H. WRIGHT.
G. BLAN KEN BURG,
uozens or uamastc
Ladies' and Misses
Some Unequalled Values
fr 4V 90 for anyone of 30 handsome suits,
i embracing five different styles of
$15 to $18 garments all wool serges,
cheviots, fancy mixtures and p an amS cloths,
all colors, blouses silk and satin lined and
beautifully trimmed great bargains.
for elegant taffeta silk spring coats,
Q new blouse style with peplum, shirr -v
ing top of sleeves and shoulders, silk
lined and trimmed.
bb for stylish i coats of rich taffeta
silk, large new sleeves, finished with
silk braid and shirring, easily $18.00
12 for special $20.00
?ss effect, trimmed
herringbone color, a pretty
98 for ladies' snappy spring coats made
of castor covert, coliarless style and
elegant fit. All lined and worth S6.
fr.C9f $2.87, $3.42, etc. for children's
I spring coats made in broadcloths, chev-
iots and fancy mixtures altogether
the finest and lowest priced collection of
these jaunty little garments we have ever
Big Ribbon Snap
rpHURSDAY all day, 300 sample pieces of
x satin liberty ribbon Nos. 40, 50, CO and
80, all colors, usually sold at 16c, 22c, 25c
and 38c a yard, choice 1 A QU,
until sold, yard lilt and IC
FROM 2 to 4 o'clock each
day, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of this week,
wide sheetings as follows:
Only to retail customers,
none at wholesale.
7-4 Peperell Brown
8- 4 Peperell Brown Sheet
ing.2 yards wide, yard . .
9- 4 Peperell Brown Sheet
ing, 2M yards wide, at . . .
10-4 Peperell Brown Sheet
ing. 2 Va yards wide, at
Peperell bleached Sheeting,
42 Inches wide, at
Peperell bleached Sheet
ing, 46 Inches wide, yard .
7-4 Peperell bleached Sheet
ing, 63 Inches wide, at
8- 4 Peperell bleached Sheet- C
lng. 2 yards wide, at 10C
9- 4 Peperell bleached Sheet-
ing. 2 4 yds. wide, at yd. 1 I C
10- 4 Peperell bleached Sheeting,
2V yards wide. lQlA
at yard l7y2C
JUST in. 100 of the choicest pat
terns ot colored union taffeta
umbrellas, pretty fancy borders,
natural wood handles of many
styles. $2.50 value while the i
lot lasts, at each.
Great variety of black silk Gloria
and Taffeta umbrellas for men and
women, new style handles, QQ
T3.00 down to J0L
PETITIONS FOR PAVING FIF
TEENTH AND TWENTY-FIRST
Petitions for the pavement of Twenty-first
street. Tenth to Twelfth ave
nues, and Fifteenth street, Twelfth to
Eighteenth avenues, with asphalt, were
put in circulation today, following a
meeting of owners of property fronting
on those thoroughfares held this morn
ing in the office of Mayor McConochie
in the city hall. There were 23 present
at the meeting. It was unanimously
voted that the streets should be improv
ed with asphalt.
MILLIONAIRE ON SOCIALISM
H. Gaylord Wilshire to Lecture Here
H. Gaylord Wilshire. of New York
City, editor of Wilshire's Magazine. Is
to speak on "Socialism" at the Rock
Island Y. M. C. A, auditorium tomor
row evening at 8 o'clock. He is
brought here under the auspices of the
local socialist organization. Mr. Wil
shire is wealthy, and is known as the
Chicago, March 22. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
May. 1.15t4, I.1514. 1.14, 1.14.
July. 92". 93. 91, 91.
September. S6'i. 86, 83, 85.
May, 4S!i. 4S?. 48'. 4S'4.
:ap - I t J
vvv THIRD AVENUETHROUCH TO SECOND
We are showing some
Dainty Early Spring
tastefully made in a variety of
shapes and the new colorings.
Ready to Wear Hat in straw.
quite a variety
Misses and Children's spring jock
eys, tarns and parslfal caps, a
splendid showing from the best
makers In the land priced special
Fil De Sole
erfine Four leading wash goods
lines for this season's wear,
now shown in a great variety
of new designs.
1,000 yards New Voiles, Mercerlxed
yarns, handsome designs. Ideal fab
ric for summer wear, Ifl j .
special at yard y2 C
1000 yards fine dress Ginghams In
short lengths. 10 to 20 yards, buy
w hat you please J 1 JL n
at yard I2C
50 pieces white mercerUed walst-
ings, new Ideas,
very special, while
EIGI1T pieces new Mohair Waist
ings In cream grounds, with
navy, brown and black dots, navy
with green and white dots, worth
75c a yard, till sold about QQ
half price, at, yard OuL
The Big Sale
Of Cheney Bros.
CONTINUES with added interest,
several delayed lots added for
Thursday's selling; ;
Silks' worth uttoi '$1.25 Yard,
at 49c, 58c, and 75c Yard.
Be on hand promptly, the selection
la a rare one Plain and fancy
changeable silks are alike found in
the lots all newest designs.
TH K popularity of our Men's
Shoe Department has again
been thoroughly demonstrated dur
ing the past few weeks shoe selling.
To call still closer attention to this
department we offer the following
very special bargains:
Men's $3.50 welt shoes, made by one
of the best eastern factories. In the
popular leathers, patent colt, vel
ours, calf and vici kid, 3 days, while
they last, all go COCA
at. pair J.3U
Nearly all sizes for early buyers.
July, 48. 49. 48. 48 .
September. 49, 49. 48, 48.
May, 31, 31. 30. 30.
July. 30, 30. 30. 30.
September, 29, 29. 29. 29.
May. 12.S2. 12.90. 12.80, 12.80.
July. 13.00. 13.00, 12.92, 12.93.
May, 7.10. 7.12. 7.07. 7.10.
July. 7.23, 7.23. 7.20. 7.23.
May, C.90, C.9.". C.87, G.90.
July. 7.10. 7.12. 7.07. 7.10.
Receipts Today Wheat 10. corn 213,
oats 137. hogs 28.000, catUe 20,000,
Estimated Receipts Thursday
Wheat 38, corn 450. oats 14S. hogs 33.
000. Hogs left over 5,000.
Hog market opened steady. Ught
5.150 3.40, mixed and butchers 5.20&
5.45, good heavy 6.20 5. 5J, rough
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened weak.
U. S. Yards, 8:40 a. m. Hog market
dull to 5c lower. Light 5.10& 5.37. mix
ed and butchers 5.155.42. good heavy
5.2005.43, rough heavy 5.20 Q 5.25.
Cattle market strong. Beeves 3. CO
rG.25, cows and heifers 1.50 4.S0,
sfoekers and feeders 2.60$ 4.70.
Sheep market weak to 10c lower.
Hog market closed weak to 5c low
er. Ligbt 5.10Q5.37, mixed and butch
ers 5.15 5.42, good heavy 5.20tfi5.45,
rough heavy 5.20 fr 5.25.
Cattle market closed steady.
New York Etocka.
New . York. March 22. Sugar 140.
Gas 110. C. R. I. &. P. 23. Southern
Pacific C0. B. & O. 107. Atchison
common 88, Atchison preferred 102,
C-, M. & St- P. 17S. Manhattan 1S3,
mallne and flowers
wortn up to 60c
Laces at Half
A FORTUNATE purchase of new
platt Val laces in matched sets
enables us to offer for Thursday
all day a lot of 12 Vic to 25c values In
three lots at
8c, 10c, I2c
l-IANDSOMH display of these pop-
ular combs at less than value.
LarRe assortment of shell back
combs mounted with brilliants and
with plain and chased gilt set with
pearl amethyst and 0C
turquoise, choice DC
Gold front hair barrettes.
latest Parisian fad
Beautiful line of back and side
unmounted combs in shell I fl
and amber, from 60c to IUL
THE BOTTOM ha dropped out of
' the profit and cost of some of
Boulevardiar Bags, pressed walrus
leather, gilt and gunmetal frames,
two piece fittings. The price Is ab
surd for such
Substantial Carriage Bags in brown
and black, fitted with purse and
card case, riveted covered frames,
braided handle always PQ
$150 for DjC
Other special hand bags at very
Copper 78. W. U. Tel. Co. 93. N. Y.
Central 159, & N. 140. Reading
common 94, Canadian Pacific 14C,
Leather common 13, B. R. T. C5.
Pacific Mail 44, U. S. Steel preferred
93, U. S. Steel common 33. Penna
141. Missouri Pacific 100, Union
Pacific 128, Coal and Iron 89. Erie
common 43. Wabash preferred 45, C.
& G. W. 23, Illinois Central 159,
Car Foundry 37, Republic Steel pre
ferred 77, Republic Steel common
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today'a Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, March 22. Following are
the wholesale quotations In the local
Provisions and Produce.
Butter Creamery 30034c, dairy 25
Eggs Fresh, 17c.
Live Poultry Spring cb.Ickt.ng 9c
per pound , Lens 8c per pound, ducks
10c, turkejB 13 15c.
Vegetable Potatoes 40c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 42&43c. oats 3233c.
Forage Timothy hay 110.50, prairie
18, straw IC& J7.
Wood Hard, per load. $4.50$3.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13014c. slack,
per bushel, 8 to 9c.
Cattle Steers $3.00 4.50.
heifers 12.006 $3.00. calves 3.0036.00.
Hogs Mixed and butchers J4.254J
If you want your little ones strong,!
healthy and robust, give them Hollls-J
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea this month. 1
A tonic for the whole family. The
Mldren's friend. 35 cents, tea or tab- i
lets. T. H. Thomas' phapnacy. !
Famous Kid Gloves, New Easter
styles and colors, all Qf
sizes for Thursday, pair Jut
for your Spring
GOOD Brussels Rugs, the large room size,
extra quality, pretty spring patterns,
worth $18.00, C 1 9 QE
for this sale J) iJ0
THERE are Axminster and velvet rugs,
27x03 in size, quality is extra heavy,
designs and cblorinsrs are oriental and
floral, regular values are $2. 50, hard C 1 QQ
to duplicate them at our price 3 !
LINOLEUMS, pretty patterns, tile, wood
and floral, suitablo for stairs, offices,
dining rooms, kitchens, vestibules and
the like, one of the best bargains of Q 71
this sale, per square yard 0 1 7L
JAPANESE and Chinese mattings. Never
mind the war, qualities are the best
and our prices are lower than ever. Very
special fine cotton warp Jap. f Q1,
mattings, vorth up to 32c for I 0
Others down to 9c
Carpeting, strictly all wool, has
mat stocKy feel that you find only in
good carpets, value 08c and 73c CT
04c, 5t-c and 00L
fETAL beds, strongly made, very hand
somely iinisned in colors and gold leaf.
Colonial and other btst stvles. worth
$15, $10.50 and $18, half a dozen (A kt
styles to pick from at Ovx0
ELASTIC Felt Mattresses, the luxuriouf
kind that produce that dreamless, rest
ful sleep, the ones that tell all over fo
$7 to $7.50, we have only 25 to sell CM P
at the very low price of 0t"00
Sale of Hem
stitched Sheets and
C VERY ni tide the best of its kind
at bottom prices.
Special 42x36 bleached henvrt itched
S2T 12 Viz
Finest quality hemstitched pillow
caseH, 50x36 value 40c at 31c; 45x36,
Value 35c, at 27c. 42x36. 00
value 30c at 0L
25c hemstitched pillow
caws, fine muslin
Hemstitched shoots, good quality,
worth 66c. for 57c; 8-4 size, worth
72c for 63c; 9-4 size, C0
worth S2c. for DlC
FOR your taste of those delicious
Salads Alias Wilson Is making
with Durkee's 8alad Dressing at
McCabe's Demonstration Booth,
second floor, new store, Saturday
night MIhs Wilson has to go. Hun
dreds of ladles of the Trl-Cities
have enjoyed these salads made by
the Durkee expert and we want
many more to have their share.
Only three days more they will bo
busy days at the Booth. That fa
mous Salad Book Is free for the
asking. Durkee's spices are extra
fine. Ask for a free sample,
NEW RECORD MADE
A. D. SPERRY ROLLS PERFECT
SCORE AT THE CENTRAL
A. D. Sperry. of I his city, at the Cen
tral alleys at noon today, set a new
bowling record for Rock Inland and
Moline. In a match with C. E. Weston
his scores for three games were 217,
212 and 300, the latter a perfect score.
The former record. 2s9, was held by
Mr. Weston. Mr. Sperry's total today
was 789, and his average 2C3.
Open Eighteenth Avenue.
Eighteenth avenue has now been
opened between Twelfth street and
the ball park, extending to within 310
feet of Ninth street, where it joins a
30-foot city road to Ninth street. ThI
new thoroughfare Is GO feet wide, and
will prove a popular street, extending
as it docs along the line of Eighteenth
avenue. Farmers coming In over the
Ninth street road are already finding
it convenient, crossing over from
Ninth street to the Twelfth street,
pavement. This street will extend to
the main entrance of the ball park,
running Just south of the park. It Is
to hi worked and put In RmKlani
shape during the epring.
By the Tonic Route.
The pills that act as a tonic, and
not as a drastic, purge, are Dewitt's
Little Early Risers. They cure hea !
ache, constipation, billiousness, etc.
Early Risers are email, easy to tak
and eay to act a safe pill. Mack
Hamilton, hotel clerk at Valley City,
N. D., says: "Two bottles cured me
of chronic constipation." Sold by all