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ETHE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3 6, 19a;.
Let Common Sense ecide
Do you honestly believe, that coffee sold loose (in bulk), exposed
10 uust, germs ana msecis, passing
through many bands (some of
them not over-clean), 'blended,
you don't know how or by whom,
is fit for your use f Of course you
Is another story. X2ie green
berries selected by keen
fudges at the plantation are
skillfully roasted at our fac
tories, where precautions yon
would not dream of are taken
to secure perfect cleanliness
flavor, strength and uniformity.
From the time the coffee leaves
the factory no hand touches it till
tt ts opened in your kitchen.
Thi kM Bad tlOS COFFEE Ue IXiCEK OF All PACKACZ COFFEES.
Millions of American Homes welcome LION COFFEE daily.
There is no stronger proof of merit than continued and increas
ing popularity. "Quality surviTes all opposition."
(Sold only in 1 lb. packapps. Lion-head on every package.)
(Save your Lion-heada for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOTinV K-PTITF. CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
I Is Your Sleep Disturbed?
Do you lay awake nights worrying how you are going to
pay this or thr.t bill? Don't do it. It will bring you only a
bad night's rest. Easy enough to say, "Let the other fel
low do the worrying," but we are not all built that way.
Tell us your financial troubles and sleep in peace. We'll
adjust them and put your account in such shape that it will
be easy for you to handle. We will loan you the money on
your furniture, piano, horses, wagons, etc., leaving the
property in your undisturbed possession. You are assured
of the strictest confidence and the lowest rate when deal
ing with us. Ee-tter call today and talk it over.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell A Lynde Block, Room 33.
Office hourm 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday venlrgf. Tetfr-
New Telephone 6011.
ohon West 514.
IN COMMEMORATION OF ITS TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
I-I-H-I-I-I-I-I- 2-S-IMI"I-I-I"I' -5 I-H"H"I"H-?
The Rook Island Mutual
I Building, Ltan and Savings Asgooiation
Invites Subscriptions to Its S3d series of stock as a testimonial of
appreciation of the public service heretofore rendered in providing ov
er sixteen hundred citizens with homes and as a pledge of coopera
" tion on the part of investors In an effort to meet the present pressing
demands for additional homes. '
Our conservative plan Is to limit loans to small amounts, with 30
" per cent margin, and to local home owners exclusively.
n Earnings 7 per cent on monthly payments. 5 per cent on paid up
THE OLDEST SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN THE CITY.
K. ii. CUYER, Secretary.
Office Mitchell &. Lynde Block.
Springfield. III., Sept. 30 to Oct. 7.
CHICAGO (EL ALTON FLY..
THE OXI.Y WAY
TIIKS1IOKTKST LINK. TIIK QCICKEST TIMK.
Peoria to Springfield.
Frequent trains and special trains in addition to the regular train?
"Coming and Going" Ask the ticktt agent.
A. D. PERRY,
General Agent, C. . A. Ry, 327 Main Street, Peoria, III.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on
Money Loaned oa Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. EuXord. President.
H. P. Hull. Vice President.
P. Grcnwalt. Cashier.
Beg-sa the business July- X. 1SI9.
and occupies P. E. corr.er of intch-
11 4c Lynde's feuUdln.
K. R. Cable, P. Qreeuws.lt.
William H Dart. Phil Mitchell.
IL P. Hull. L. Simon.
E. W. Hurst. J. 1L Bufor4.
Solicitor Jackson c Bcrtt
1 navFNPnRT nms. :
Show Woman III. Mr?. 1 1. G. Wilson
of Philadelphia. is lying ill at Mcrcy
hospitai with typhoid fever. She was
taken ill last week when Pawnee 'Bill's
show exhibited litre and was remove!
to the hospital where it v. a.? discovert d
that she was tufff rln.; fioin typhoid
Her husband is with the show.
Select Teacher. At the meeting of
the board of education k.d a: the
board head'pnmt rs on Twelfth and
.Main streets Monday a!'., moon, ihe va-
room for all the needs and purposes of
a first-class strictly modern club build
ing. The additional 10-foot strip will
be purchased from Kedin?, Henke &
I r- , , , ,
luojirietors Ol me iiii case tdciu-
ry on Fourth street, directly east and
r. cross the alley from the city hall.
was 1:11 .1. A. A.
-ice .-.-fit! replicant,
ided by the commit
cancy in the
Adams was the
tip tt ;l s v(ru m ti.t r,i-:.t h-.
tee on teachers and i he reco;nmf nda
tion was signed by H. P.rj'.inlich and
Yv. C. Hayward of that coranattte.
Ready for Races The number of au
tomobile houses that are w purine; to
enter the rates in Dav nport next Fri
day and Saturday, hows the wide
?prtad interest being tal.fn in the
races, not only here bur ihewhere.
The Pope company of Toledo. (. is
shipping three stripped Tarinc ma
chines hero, the .Moline Auiooi.ibile
company, which is making n very good
machine, is striiiping two of them lor
the races. Clinton will send two. a
Pet rless and a ."i-horse powt r Thomas,
and there are machines coming from
all directions, with mo.-r f iiie local
fast ones tntertii in the different (lass
races. Six motor cycles of differ ut
makes have been tnttred in the races
provided for t he t wo-whet led machines.
Honor Strasser. Thv t hn a't uing
weathtr dil not liave any eft'eet on the
attendance at the jubike cone :t g:v u
at Schtietzen park Monday evening in
honor of Jacob Strasser. the pi.uieir
musician of this vicinity. A few thous
and people assembled befote the music
pavilion to hear the excellent conf er'
and to honor the man. who, in no .-mall
degree, is responsible for 'he high
standard which Davenport musical or-
:unizat!ons have attained.
Club House Site. The handsome
lew club building of th" Davt nport
Commercial club will be !or.:ati d at the
northwest -o:ner of Fourth and Main
streets.' This was decided upon at a
joint imetir.e of the club m inhere and
the stockholders ef Mi" Club House
Hti'.lding company. The lot is Sii iv ;
feet, the S" feet fn nit ins on Ii:rth
street. It will be purchased from the
Parker estate, of which H. M. Henley
is the local trustee, for a consideration
of 2. (. In addition to this lor it
was voted to purchase an additional
10-foot strip on Fourth stre! dirct!y
west of the corm r )top(iiy. for the
sum of fl.fMin. This will give th.e club
ourtn s.K .ii :upi ,ampijL'
IN THE SUBURBS.
Foster. 111., Aug. 15. Several ladits
and children with well filled basket
repaired to the Fourth slough Tuesday,
where they spent the afttrnoon fish
ing. Miss Louise Drngg. of St raifoi d. Iowa,
arrived Wednesday to visit her sister.
Mrs. I). A. Kleist, for some time.
Dr. P. C. Ohaver rtturnel from Mil
It rsburg Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Downey d.rovo
to Milier.-burg Wednesday.
Charles and Fred Rutheuburg were
callers in Foster Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert Bryers and daughters,
of St. Louis, departed Thursday, after
spending two weeks with relatives.
Mrs. I). A. Klt-ist. accompanied by
her daughter, Kate, and sister. Miss
Louise Drugg. departed Friday evening
for Moscow, where they will spend a
tow days with friends.
Mrs. Ida Swanson. of Moline, arrived
Friday evening to spend ft few days
with her sister. Mis. A. Anderson.
Dr. H. F. Fversmeyt r, of Muscatine,
was a caller at the John Zoliner home
Mrs. T. C. Mewes was cailing oa
friends in Foster Saturday afternoon.
Dr. P. C. Ohaver, D. A. Kleist and
Rannie Bowser were Mu-catine cal
lers Friday afternoon.
Result oi the Washboard
Rubbing on the washboard with common yellow soap, containing town
and injurious chemicals, has ruined nany a fine fabric. The threads are
rotted and torn, and the delicate color and finish destroyed. Cleanse
safely and easily by boiling with Maple City Self-V Ashing ocp, a
mirr ivhitf hjr that the hiahr t arhir vrmc nt in scvjD-maKiPC. It
requires no rubbing, and will not harm the mo: t delicate lace er
finest fabric. It is a remarkable soap for colored goods, wr.Kli
may be washed repeatedly with it without the slightest lading.
is distinctively a soap for boiling the only way to cleanse clothes
hvoinirjllv and thnrmichlv. It dissolves all dirt and crease: ex
terminates germ hie; makes ail stans diapp.-jr, leaving the ilothcs of spoilers
purity. No other soap produces results so truly magic, rlaple CUy boap luts
twice as long as ether soaps ; ittakcsawavi.il the wear in J tur and tliud
gery of washday. Unexcelled for (enciu! use. At all grocers 5 cents.
MAPLE CITY SOAP WORKS,
If you are tco fat it is because your food
turns to fat instead of muscle strength.
If you are too lean the fat producing foods
that you eat are not properly digested and
Lean, thin, stringy peopla do net hart
enough Pepsin in the stomach, while fat
people have too much Pepsin and not
contains all the digestive juices that are
found in a healthy stomach, and in
exactly those proportions necessary to
enable the stomacri and direstive orcar.s
to digest and assimilate all foods that may
ce eaten. r.ocsoi is r.nt oniy a perfect
digestant, but it is a reconstructive, tis
sue budding tonic as well. Kcdol cures
Indigest.on. Dyspepsia. Sour Stomach,
Heartburn, Palpitation cf the Heart and
Constipation. You will like it.
Digests What You Eat
Rests the stomach, rebuilds the
tissues and gives firm f.esh.
Aug. 1". Mr. and Mrs. M.
started fiom Rock Island
Saturday to visit with their relatives
ef Ivt!and. Colorado.
Mrs. L. Wounhart and son, Joe. of
Chicago, are visiting with Miss Mable
and Ben Curtis this week, while their
parents are absent.
Rev. Crissman, of Rock Island, spoke
to the people ot Pleasant Ridge Pres
byterian church Sunday.
Mrs. John Forgy and daughter. Susan
visited in Rock Island Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young and
daughter, Klizabeth. visited with Mr.
and. Mrs. David Johnston Sunday eve
Hamlet. Aug. 11. Rev. Charles Fisk.
of Viola, preached in the Hamlet Pres
byterian church last Sabbaih. Rev.
Fisk preached his first sermon here
1H years ago.
Miss Solor. of Davenport, who has
been visiting for some time at Rev.
Tidbal's, returned home Thursday of
William Marsh and daughter, of
near Milan, were Hamlet visitors Monday.
Miss Bertha Mawby, of Aledo, re
turned home Wednesday after a few
days' visit with Miss Ivlit'n Renin r.
Clarence Cooper and family, of M;l
lersburg. spent Saturday night and Sun
day at Hiram Cooper's.
Hiram Cooper. Frank Peters, Mrs.
John Reaber and Misses Minnie and
Lulu Cooper. Kdith Reaber. Cert rude
Stetlman and Mary Halsiead, wen'
fisliimr to Edwards river imusuaj oi
last wet k.
Misses Cei l rude Stet lnian and Louise
Sioit. of Rock Island, who have been
visiii'.i" :,t ( B. llalstead's. returned
Miss Lva Siocker, of Rock Island, is
visiting Miss Liliie Marsh.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Cooper and daugh
ter. Miss Nellie, were Aledo visitor.
Mrs. A. N. (Jridlev was in Reynolds
Mrs. VA Sieelman, of Rock Island
came down Wednesday to make an ex-
leaded visit viih h. r sister, Mrs. ('. B
Howard Cooiier is visiting his broth
er, L Roy, of Perryion.
Miss Dora Berg, of Aledo, is visi
ing at William Whisnian's.
Fred Hartman and family, of Aledo,
are visiting near Hamlet.
IoUr kotti holds 114
tiM ft um'-h as o
trti. er 60 rct iIh.
rnp44 mt tb lab
oratory f i.cniwm
Co..Ckitco. O I I
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
-I ' 2
Proposals for Building Storm Drains at
East Moline, III.
Sealed bids will be received up fo
noon Saturday, Aug. lie, V.tnri. by in
board of trustees of the village of Fast
Moline, Rock Island county. Illinois,
for the building of about 1'i,oi"i feet of
storm drain, at Fast Moline, 111.
Plans, specifications and form of con
tract are on file with F. J. ("lendenui.
village clerk, and at the office of the
Kimball Engineering company, Daven
The bids shall include all labor and
material for the completion of the
A certified check in the sum of $.Vt,
payable to the order of W. II. A.-nmer-man.
president, shall accompany all
bids, to be returned to unsuccessful
bidders at time of letting contract, and
to the successful bidder when tontrac;
is entered into.
The successful bidder shall enter in
to a bond 111 the sum of siu.otio, condi
tioned that he will complete work ac
cording to contract and hold the village
harmless from any and all suits
through negligence on his part in con
nection with said work.
The village reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
W. H. AMMERMAN.
Pn si dint. Village of East Moline, 111.
I'or a!e t.y Joi:n T. N'oftsker
. ti K JSiiir.U M -run;::
!.d J. J. iiUIfctsS & e'-'.
Poisons in Food.
Perhaps you don't realize that many
pain poisons originate in your food, but
on:e day you may feel a twinge of
Jyspepia that will convince you. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are guaaanteed
to cure all sickness due to poisons of
undigested food or money back. 25c
at Hartz & Ullemeyer, drug store.
j Try them.
Plan Bungalow. Charles H. Deere
and B. F. Peek have completed plan
for a big bungalow tt) be creeled on
the no; l ii west shore of Campbell's fs-
iand. tin a rocky point which is there.
Tiiis point is the highest upon the is
land. T.ie Bungalow, which will be a
typical one in every respict. will be
bui!: of l'-inch battens, and tin re will
be an immense fireplace on each of the
two floors. Mr. Peek believes liiat
next year will see a nice row of cot
lages on the west side of the island,
plans b ing on foot for ihe building of
Barn Burns. A large barn on the
farm ll1-. miles from Moline on the
Coaltown road, belonging lo Herman
Lindberg of Ibis city, caught lire Mon
day evening at 7.:Ju and was toially de
stroyed with a loss of $1,20. John
Lundcpiisi rents the farm and his loss
of agricultural implements and grain
will reach fCn'i or 7n. The barn was
insured for $sr,u, but Mr. Lundqui.-i
loses everything. 1 1 is though) that
spontaneous combustion was ihe cause.
Mclinc Enters Moline will be in the
running for honors a' ihe hiimi aum
mobile racing eviins at the Davenport
Mile track Friday and Saturday of t his
wcili. Two tills of 1 he Moline Automo
bile company are enu ri d. Also Ab e
Lindgrcn's Cadillac and L. J. Gamble's
Laid to Rest. Funeral siivieis for
the :laie William J. Anderson, the
young man killed in ihe collision of
two buggies on the Coallown ro id Sat
urday evening, wire leld from ihe
home, 17:i Eighteenth -ami a half a
cnue, at L' o'clock esinlay afternoon.
The Rev. F. ( . Nelson officiated and
the Swt dish Olhe ipiariet rang.
Colored Foresters. Supreme Pit si
dent Clayton B. Fi Hows an 1 Supreme
Secretary Joseph V. Braun. both of
Uoekfoii. of the National Oidtr of
Foit.-'eis. have oigar.:d a local col
ored lodge of the order. It has !u
membei s of w hom s were in attend
ance a! the meeting of the organisation
a; the Colored Masonic hall in the
Skim: i annex.
Some Accidents. Jesse Swink. col
fired, whiie working on the second
story of Deere & Co.'.- new building
Monday afternoon dodged a falling tim
her ami lost his balance, falling lo ihe
ground. lb' lives at flr Railroad av
enue. An emplove bv the name ot
Lusty fell from a scaffold at D. ere &
Co.'s vfsterday and bally skirneii hi
right arm and side. E. Bloom, whi!
at work at . w iinops. got his nnai
f iller taught in a machine and cu: oiT
I raining camp. During the iast
'VI k of liit- present mouth the candi
ia:es tor the high .school football team
vi o are m-iny, will estahii.-n a training
camp on Campbei'n island. This
Mriiiing idea was .-:ar;d bv the bov.-
1.': i year and with good success and ii
is likely lo become a regular custom
Indications are for a strong team a.
I he Mjuad will be an unusually larg.
on:', root nan suits will ii" tak. n to
ramp and the candidates will ! urn ihi.-
. ason's signals and begin r unning for
mation. Ti,l school opens there will
be no scrimmage work. That C. K
iiietz wi.i nor coacn steadily this year
is a matter of regret but the boys are
glad that he will give them an le.ur or
.-o when he can spare the time.
Swedish Conference. Sept. U IS ji
f'u.-ive is tne date lor the annual con-
f-rence of the Swedish Meiiiiiist
churches in this district, consisting of
northern Illinois and Indiana, and it
w l! be held In Moline. If i expected
that 75 ministers will be hete and they
will make reports for the ork done
during the past ar. Work for the
coming year will be arranged and ap
On sale Aug. 30 to Sept. 4, inclusive. Good
on oil trains. No change of cars.
S. F. BOYD.
D. P. A.
F. II. PLUMMER.
C. P. A.
At the I larper J. A. Henne-in. Car
bon Cliff: M. Lxoii. New York: !.
Slang. Wa'eriown: D. McNi al. Watr
town; J. W. Ayres. S;. Louis; II. A.
Smiih. Chicago; D. F
diff t rent
fh:irs will be made. Rev. .1. I. -M.n r
and Swan Ol.-on were appointed to
n:al:e arratigemtn-.a for the entf-rtain-mett
:A t.v.e visitors.
Byron; F. B. Wait and wife. New Or
bans; C. W. Rossman. Chicago; C.
Tianiiel. Chicago: S. K. Logwood. St.
Louis; S. J. Ziitherman. Chicago; W. C.
Gardner, Chicago; L. .M. McCartney.
New York; J. M. Oxley and wife. New
York; Mrs. (J. E. Fullcrton. Warsaw;
C. K. Ix-wis, Marion; Mrs. F. P. Dtrcy.
Kalamazoo; Miss M. Ho'ddridge. Ka'.a
mazoo; R. J. Khmsniati. Chicago; C.
M. Martin. Kansas City; A. D. Fav,
Chicago; W. Judsoii, Chicago; S. W.
Bo nr. Springfi. Id; C. L. French, Ja k
sonville; C. F. Ryan. Chicago; .1. K.
Chapman, Chicago; S. M. Cumbie, New
York; C. D. Fuller. Chicago; (). J.
I!un;z. G.rii.an Valley; A. R. Talbot.
Lincoln. Neb.; E. C. Spinney. Omaha;
I,. .Mitlns. Lincoln; ,. j. Marnng'oii.
Kansas City; V. L. Rand. St. I.oui:
ii. -i i . t auogan, tuincy; n. u. I'oiioi n.
Si. Iiuis; E. C. Simpson, Peoria: W.
S. Heyer, St. Lfiuis; D. F. Costello. S'.
Louis; A. G. Garcia, Chicago: R. E.
Casey. Chicago; C. F. Rlncli, Wood
stock; F. Haines, Woodstock: .1. M. Mc-
Aully. Port Byron: B. A. Dunstiaiei.
Port Bvron; M. Griieiich. Chicago: J
Lilian. Port Byron; R. B. Huntl. y.
Port Byron; J. H. McRoberts. I'Mni:
B. Mc.Michael. Rapids Citv; N". T ! r.
Rapids City: W. Edelman. Hamp'ou;
G. McNeal, Hampton; C. (I. Johnson.
Watettown: G. W. Coffin. Hampton:
O. Florin. Carbon Cliff: E. Peterson.
Wattrtowp; T. W. Kami. Chicago; II
Be'hnke. Carbon Cliff; Mrs. A. Blazer.
Manito: Mrs. W. Fielder, Peoria: Miss
II. Randall. Peoria; L. Spiro. St. l.oui-;
L. D. I rban, Chicago; V. B. Luce, Chi
cago; F. A. Handle. Chicago; H. T.
Sti vens, Chicago.
lington; R. L. Johnston. Si. Ixiiis; .1.
T. Rof.cris. Chicago; W. E. iv.irson.
Chicago; R. A. Palmer. Chicago ; t 1 T
Siii. Ids. Ciiieago; L. M. Coughliii. I .-s
Moines; C. F. Gilbert. Chicago; T.
Pass. Mtxico; W. II Paiveis. New
York; F. A. Welch and wife. Oimmwa;
George I'.iedt ner. Chicago; S tire, n.
Chicago; G. R. Holmes. Kansas City;
W. Jemess. Chicago; J. W. Giimki. Du-buipie.
At the Harms, ( Etiropi an '. B.
Forman. St. Iiuis; John Graft. Chica
go; G. M. E la-nburg, St. jnis; L Ka
backt r. Chicago; C. L. Bloodgeit. Cia
cinnati: I). 11. Church. Jr. Chicago;
I. E. Cavanaugh. Chicago; R. A. Wi!
son. ( jaiestoirg ; .1. . Masters. Bloom
ington; J. .1. Nugent. Cincinnati; E. W.
Kingsbury, Cleveland; J. W. Thoinie.
Ft. Dodge, Iowa: George K. March.
Bloomington: George W. Beat her". New
York: W. A. Ially. Chicago; F. L. Wi!-
st.n. Washington. Town; J. G. Bauer.
Washingtf.n. Iowa; F. T. Jones. Monn-
.vitc. Wis.: A. C. iKcker. Chicago: C.
Emder. Muncie; c. E. Sutton. He
leiis; C. M. Koows, Cincinnati; E. D
Hickey. I)es Moines; R. Iiporte. Chi- j Iain's Stomach and Liter TuL'i U and
ago; i. II. Uef-tcner. Whet lington ; .1 t today w e;gns more man fc'i oxi w-mrn
H. Clarke. St Paul: A. .1. Miller and land is real well." nays Mr. Geo. E.
wife. Burlington; Ixeais Leeoy. NewjWriirhf. of New Indon. N'f-w York.
At the Rock Island. I European J.
B. Morehead. Chicago; K. S. Simons,
Si. I-ouis; Harry S. Porter. New York;
E. W. Ebey. St. Louis; C. L. Boieti. St.
Louis; F. L. Parnieiiter. Sr. iA.uis; J.
W. L. Jones. Chicago; W. II. Rehfnss.
Peoria; Nelson L. Thomas. Reynolds;
Theodore Morehead. Reynolds; E.
Riishiuc. Reynolds; L. Zol!emer. Rey
nolds; W. H. Ranslead. Chicago; W. L.
Hop.-, Chicago: Alfred l.eperd. Chica
go; N. R. Raymond. Chicago: A. F.
Knapp. Dubuipie; Edward Febiman.
Fo-'er; C. RllHIlbirg. Foster: George
E. Samuelson. Chicago; John Eckh.Tdt.
Edg ngtoii; William M. Schiiii.p. Tay
lor Ridge; A. L. Dawson. C'hicago; F.
K. Jones, Chicagf); O. M. Liih;wn. Chi
cago; W. C. Brown. Chicago; C. Lan
liain. Chicago: . H. H. Williamson.
Springfield; William Mosen, Diroii;
J. L. Chamberlain. Washington : Wil
!iam T. Kf nt. Washington; E. ". King.
Muscat ine; Otto Von Voigt, Chicago;
E. E. Schroeder. Des Moines; Tom
Dailev. C. W. Chubb. M . J. Lyons aii.
I. R. Feltus, Ringitng Brothers' Circus;
D.-caiiir Base Ball flu!.; F. L. D.irinw.
S.oi Francisco; W. H. Retrick. Wheat
mi: L. CL Murray. Chicago; M. W.
kotchford. Peoria; W. L. Hope. Chica
L'o; R. A. Elgin. Marshalltow n ; L. I.if
ro'mirn, Fairfax. Iowa; C. W. Black. Si.
Louis: Mrs. M. H. Paul. Ab.io: lie.
Walti rs, nifiomingion ; F. G. McGow
en. Morris: Will Bradley. Kevaiie-;
Wiiliim E. Peters. Peoria; Mi,s Grac
Barracks, Peoria; Herman S'tii. Ster
ling; II. P. Brumr. Reynoi,!-; G. T.
B:ak by. Illinois City; Tom Rope.,
Edgiugioii ; F. W. Fo-;.r. Diury;
II. in v Noble. Joy. Ill : T. G. Garter. Chi
cago ; .lohn Ooian, l'l itiee!.,n : i lark
K.yii.dd. Chicago; It K. Bane, Mil
"For several years my wife was
troubled with what physician called
sick hea laf he of a v-ry severe charac
ter. She docor'd with feveral tmi
nent physicians and at a great expf nse,
orilr to grow worxf until s!ie was un
able to do any kind or work. About a
year a:ro she i,. gan taking Chamber-
York ; C. E. Dunn. Walnif. Iowa; H. 1 1
Mitchell. Iks Moinfs; F. W. Waf kr
daman, Iowa; L. Wagen' r. P'-oria : V.
C. Bishop and wife. Omaha; T. .1. Pe
ters. Chicago; N. L. Strauss. New
York; W. C. Rfad. Chicago; W. Scharf
enburg. riT.Uin. Iowa; T. Dunham. Chi
cago; ii. M. Hopkins, and wife, liur-
! For ta'.e by all leading drusgistH.
j I.ri"t wait until your blof.d is impov-
i erished and you an; sick and ailing, but
take Hollister's Itocky Mounlaln Ti-a.
P will jiosilivf-ly- drive out all iiepwri
i ties. ?,r, cents, tea or tablets. T. H.
j Thomas' pharmacy.