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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. 100.1.
la ten minutes you can mate two
quarts of most delicious Ice Cream at
a cost of about ore cent a plate.
And this Ice Cream will be pure
will be wholesome will be nourish
ing the very sight of its smooth vel
vety surface will mafc e anyone's rnouth
water. All you need is a cuart of
miilc and a package of
Jell-0 Ice Cream Powder
The only ice cream powder that won
a medal at the St. Louis Exposition
and is endorsed by the Pure Food
Rcouires no eggs, nor flavoring
a child can prepare it. Four kinds:
Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry and
Two Packaoca Z5c at gtotwa or by
rnatL. In ordering ty mall please
talc grocer's uane.
Tb Ccneace Fur Fm4 Ca, Le Kr. H. T.
I MRI IMF MfNTIIM
mULUIL III L II I IUI1
Whaley-Chaney. A romance c
u climax in Moline Wednesday
iiii). when Charles Wcsb y Wha
Osaw atomic, Kans.. led Mi.--s
Frances Chan . of Moline, in
riaff aj'ar. Their meet lny came
stf t r
in it treet far tlirou!) a mu: ..i! I rit nd
ovi r a year atro, and alilnmii h w a -
hoi a case of love a: ii t s-t .-iulit. it was
a deep friendship which later i " i 1 1 i i i
into love. Tin- marriage vws w re
J. 'i kn In tli' First Method:: t patsor.
ai'e nii'l t h se.-vics w-iv conducted
bv II. -v. M V. ('rumba' r. It was a
iuut arfair. the bibb's fatlar. K. 1'
Chane, and Miss Mar. 1 )..l;iio i and
1 -' in; it Oaks, tie L-rooui's intimate
friend fr:n Osawaiotuic. I" 'in" the
n! witnesses. At 7 . ::x Mr. and Mrs.
Wliakv kit via I he C. 15. A.- f pi
Oki watoniie. win re ilicv wii; mak
tin ir future home. The I . r : 1 i- v. el!
known in Moline. ia-. in;- resi 1 'I h p
fur ; number nf ars. ami was t mpioy
a? the Moline l!o. tun sun. . dtiriiit:
which time she won lor her.-c'.f many
friends w h i will wish h'-r !.a i pin
She is- an accomplished pianist.
Mr. Whaby is at pn ,-rm implo.el as
fireman on the Southern l'a ifie. : n.l
whs for a lime emi'loveil liy I lie Kock
For Winter Carnival. Tin street
fair given recently nmli r tin' a"..-iee.-of
the Court ot Honor 1"1''. Ikis provi d
i urh a Kiic("..ts that the invmlif rs have
derided to give a winier farti'v;;' soine
time as soon a.- tin weather bceoin. $
fold. At a MPeUi'.g nf t!ie Iode it Was
ascertained that the gjss gyte n
-eipts i.niouut.d to $ l.i'7:'. -. and a
near as can he immd a t';.- j : t - 1 1 r
time. aft r all i xpens- ; !:ai lie'i p:iid.
the lodv will ch at . I.-att The
winter carnital i'l he g:i.a uiidi i
the manai'.eiuen: oi f. Ii. Water.-, who
lias proen his ahiliiy in conduct in?..
mhJi entertainiiH in s in a ery 1 1 i i t i
Me mannr. The vino-r cati! .H is
Dew to Molilie. I' is ji; t hi Iia-'.lt e of
a regular stre -' ';-ir on a smaller sc-Mc
ne if the huge,- h.i!U in ti, i:'.
pruliaMy the Ind'i-tiial !!on:e hall, v ill
lie rented. I Si tol lis will he hllilr. and
the lies! attractions thai c..n N se
cured in Chicago wiilhe importi.l i.ere
i ho:)ie in an intoxicated condition Wcd
j ties day aft rn'Miii. He fi iuiitined his
! w if.- and daughter in t of :1c:- huase
with the threat that he would kill his
wife. She- wen; to the police station
for protection, and later on Taylor was
arrested. She had said that she would
.-.wear on: a peace warrant against her
husband, hut sh'- relented, and he was
prosecuted for disorderly conduct and
fin -d i and costs. His wife even re
len'ed to such an exunt that she paid
his fine for him.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Kock Island county court. Judge E.
E. Parmentcr presiding.
The Probate Record. Estar,- of Eliz
abeth E. Ik;iKilu.o. ('wines for hear
.tU'. en pi t it Ion for prohate of w ill.
Pt -n-f mailt of due no: i e to i.eii s.
Htarit.i;. Wii! duly ptoe'i and is ad
i .i;ted io prohaie and oidi ied record
i 1 l!o:; ! it cpiired $12. "i"'. ISoad iv
cn and approved. Oath signed. I-sue
letters to .1. E. Doualioo and Mary I..
lu i o.i.-.er atorsliip
'ir.-w I K tider.-on. insane.
M. Henderson appointed
va'or. lload reii'iired $i;.ii"i
giin and appt ov d. (Jrdereii that let
ters of coiisei -valors hip issued to Isaac
M. Aiuli . t.-i,i;. Also ji situs ir.uuioiy
by said Isaac M. Anderson conserva
tor. Real e.-ia;t valued a; Sll.o.'ii.
with rental value of $H'.e. Personal
properly $'':;. Inventory apruiiVvd.
Il-:a:e of Maliida Sniiil
Ado'pii Sn,i:'i. tua'M's ptoof
iti'.-l jirc.sents pctjtiot
for the fun loving public. Several si n-!
for appcint nicnt
Heaving. Pia'.' r
of pil it ion glante!. Pond Viqiiil ed
$1.7,M'. P.or.d gin and a-ijunved. Or
dered that b-t '-its i if adinini- i a, ion i,,;
issued io It. S. I v.r;. Oath :;U'ii: d.
E-ta:e i,f S' !i.e;:.in Han.tiit.-. JVii
!ii'H to ctiiiipfoinise claim against Cl.i
cago, I'eii 1'i.g'on Quitu-y railway
liied. Petiiioa gr.'.nteii. Order signed.
Estate of Cat ! Otto Andrei n. It.
ignatiwn as aiJinii::.-tratri. liKd. Re-
I ;-or! liUd ainl iipprovid. lVtiiion for
i a : point iaeiit of administrator filed,
iil.-nd tilid and approvi d. Ordered that
J'i 'tit- of administration issue io
t'l'.s:! s A. Larson. Oa'li signed. AImi
I j't--: and true account filed and peti-
sat tonal free
till the progr;
at 1 1 act iotis. will
Cut the Tires. A Uteri Cab wanted
to buy a biec'.e from h. Lehman and
offered him ' cents for a wheel for
vh'i b. I.ehman wanted $2. Wliile l. h
inan wt nt into the house f(.r soniet b.in
Cale slashed the tire to pieces with a
lteket knife. He was :::m n a bearing.
At 111. U he said that he would plead
guilty just to settle ihings. but wa.
llually iniliiced in admit that be d:d the
slashini:. He was fined $:: and costs,
and paid Lehman $2 f ir the w In el.
Wife Paid the Fine. Neigh In irs liv
inc in the vicinity of S": Feat te nt Ii
Hreet became all stirnd up ovt r ihe
actions of Charles Talor. who came
J i i;ui red
l! u i ii.
o pay ib b, s
of illii-n Ioy!e. IN t ii ion !i led.
i-mi i:t by heirs fled. Pond
?1.2''i. ISond given and ap
Ordered that l-ftrs of ad
issued to John Ioi .
Cash. $."i77.P;. Invi n-
Doctor Fined. The firt case of vio
lation of the automobile speed ordin
ance was tried in jtoliee court yester
day. The defendant in the case was
Dr. A. U Hagtboe ck and. he was repre
sented by Attorney N. I). Ely who en
tered a plea of tcuilty tor his client who
was not present. Magistrate Fincer
impose-d a fine of $10 an J costs. Ac
cording to stories told in the court
room Dr. Hageboeck with another phy
sician were at St. Luke s hospital when
hi.s brother physician received a call
frum Little's Grove. He had only 6
minutes in which to get to the depot
and catch the train. Dr. Hageboeck
volunteered to take him there in his
auto and the two got into the machine.
The trip to the depot was made in fast
time and the doctor caught the train
and Dr. Hageboeck today caught the
effect of the speed ordinance.
Another Supposed Forger. Chief
Herzog and Miss Eleanor Murphy,
cashier at the John A. Fuency com
pany's East Third street store, made
a trip to Clinton, Wednesday. The
puritose of the trip was to see whether
;i second check forger under arrest
there was the man who passed the
bad check at the Fetney store. Miss
Murphy could not identify the man,
however, so he was not brought to
this city by the chief. It is thought by
the Clinton authorities that the fellow
is a confederate of the man who was
bound over by Magistrate Finger Wed
Milwaukee Buys Plant? For several
days past a report has been in circula
tion to the effect that the Milwaukee
road has secured possession of the
plant and grounds of the Tri-City Pack
ing company. It will be remembered
that reecnily this plant was traded to a
firm of brokers for a large acreage of
Canada laud. Just who the brokers
were acting for at the time could not
be ascertained and is not yet known
for a certainty. It is stated, however,
in certain quarters that the Milwaukee
road is the actual purchaser and will
use the proper! v to enlarge its yards
ami inert as' its shipping facilities in
the wes; end. .
Under Load cf Hay. A serious ac
cident occurred on I lie I'tica Itidge
road about eight mii. s out of the city
Wedne.-day which will Say up John
Hanks tor many months. V farmer in
that neighborhood was driving a team
a:1. ached to a large- load of hay. when
the team took fright, and started to
run. Hetore the frightein ii animal
w re brought to a halt thev ran down
and serioti. ly injur d Mr. Hanks. He
was buried under the load of hay and
wd-.en uncover d i! was found that he
was suffering from a comuoun 1 frac
ture of the it f i Kg. One of tin- bones
wa.- j'loirrding ihtough the ties;;.
Let Off Easy. P.. t ; ISlodgeij was on
trial ys;erday before Justice Hall,
charged wi'h grand larceny, in that he
had st oh n a launch from tl boat
house of C. D. Li pfier. (n account of
mitigating circumstances conr.ecttd
with the ca.-e. the prosecution modified
:i'.e charge from grand larev ny to that
of petit Inrcinv and upon the latter
(charged t he prisoner pb ad d guilty. He
was thereupon giv n a .'M-day jail sen
tence by Justice Hall. Iilodgett was
licensed of stealing ihe launch from
ihe boat house and proceeding with it
down the river. The machinery broke
down. wl:cr upon iilodgeit abandoned
the craft on an island and made his
disappearance. He returned to the city
several days ago and was immediately
j. laced under arrest.
Esta:e of Henry It. Aihiec!,'. P, t i
tion for sale of reafr sta'e f, j,ay
ibbis. Accounts, ele., fil.d and ap
proved. E.state of t'hriot Cbrisi;nin. Eltn
lr.os Peck. ad:;i:nist lator present new
bond in the s im nf $".'i'Mi Same approved.
Fought Over Horse. in police court
ytstenbiy Charles Itus.-il!. Frank Itob
s.;n and Charles Werner wen- tried
for peace disturbance. According to
stories (old in court the men g it into
a light at the lattle Mint saloon over
tin unhitching of a horse and the fix
ing of a kaitie.-s. It apiHan.d that
Robeson was assaulted with a buggy
whip and in the fracas which foi owed
Werntr was badly liei,-n ahou- (he
, (head. In court he had his cranium
the tlme-THEjbandaIt), an1 nis5 hhirt WaS rm,,,,,
with bio td stains. Russell and Wer
n r w i iv i acli gi v n :; day; am' Itobe
s in was discharge d.
Hurt in Runaway. Louis Ei. son
i f Pioprie; or Engie of the Five Miie
I nous o.i tl. Pradv
II A. .J
Saved Caby's Life"
t re. : road, had a
ni'-ting wi'h a
ay t:iti. Mr.
la tiia tstimonr of hundreds of parents for Kb-kanoo
if Worm Killer. Mr. Maoucl C'axdoiu, Colta-sePiiy, Ma...M.v:
"ily bM. run- monthi oil. w in a ly nr rouditioa. Th dtctv Uiid at
be ouxi ihi Iitt until BKTiiuit.' N lfr hjk.l ji:i t4 a Nx uf Ki taiK-u Worm
RUiri , hkJ e lm iiiwl to S've tta i-hiij a dve W .iaiu t.twn nnnuir 'lr rl
IVtitll he-nie quirt, ana m tvat ihree tioun bejtmn to put .nu Titer rame
frvmi brr rii l.y. aud abe 1 now a weU cbiiX 1 LciieTC jvui Wong Kaieit utra
CCIGCCAPCIO 170RH CILLER
U a toaraileaa candy tablet. It not only potatireiy remove n
arm lul ia a (tautle cleanser and toa:c for tbe entire avatein
t'nililreri wbo pick at the coa : (rind the tetn : bare foul breath.
our a!ouia;D. duirrbce. nia of couhlnc, ihtn. pale fare.
aara nop unow eyrt, nuinw roHkt ; voom troubled with
Bia ana coovu.MOBa. eore mroai, toci or arpeuie, reat!e-
nea at mnv. reveronea. etc.. reneraiir bave vorma
ana oufbt u M (nven Kictapoo w orm kilier ax once.
ScaUl box. dnucKut or by tuaJ. amplcia aad ailrure frve.
3 IIISI'I Va,
Jr KICKAPOO MEDICINE CO.. ifv
f J MHj CMaUajaiMa, CJ- " J
j V. 'i IT.) VV t sf
t ragic (I -a: It
I Eagle was driving a t am of h
lacnttt to a wagon, v. inn ir.e aniu.r.is
lit came tmiitanasrcable ;n ! n:.t a
-piried da.-h down t he toadw a .-. In
n b avorir.g to eh cfe th in. Mr. Fruit"
was threw:: out l. ,i.ifiri-ni:i: t an i b.j
canie entangltd in the harness !!.-
was dragst d a co::.-i'l : : able dis ar.r-.-and
was badly cur and bruised btr for
tunattly tscaped receiving any jrore
Obituary Record. John P; !'..-:-.! is in
receipt of a telegram from Oeorge H.
Young of Des Moines, notifying hi:u of
he dea;h of iiis dau?hrei. hi'h Yo.:nr
Wednesday evei.ing at tnt ho;r. of
her daughter. Mrs. Fre.' 'hrfe
ml'.es northeast of Sammi. occ ;rrf 1
the death of Mrs. William H. J ir.t-s. at
the age of 7u yars. The rie':(ae 1 was
me of the oldest resident of Scott
The death of Mrs. Mary E. Campbell
occurred at the home of h-r bro-her
B. F. Bonnell in Lincoln township yes
terday, at the age of 67 years.
DEAL MADE LONG AGO
ir.tlnut-il from First rage. )
dicate that Cullom is liable to meet the
proposition of Gov. Denecn and recog
nize the state machine in Cook county,
and thus make his peace in that quar
ter with the administration forces.
This, it is said, is indicated by the in
formation given out that the state an-
pointnients will be made within a cou
ple of weeks. It is known that the
governor did not intend to carry out
such a plan until Cullotn's hand had
The following resolutions were re
ported by the committee and adopted:
"We, the republicans of the Four-
ieen:n congressional district, assem
bled in convention, at a time removed
from the heat and strife of a political
campaign, are g!nd to express our
loyalty to the republican tarty and to
iis principles, which are calculated to
endure, and to the soundness and
success of which are best demonstra
ted by the prosperity of this great
people living limit r a representative
form tif goveinnunt whose policies
have for years been dictated and con
trolled by the republican party.
"We believe that the present high
favor of our party is due in no small
degree to i:s ft at less leader, Theodore'
Roosevelt: a big-hearted, cjiiek-hrain-ed.
patriotic, cosmopolitan American
citizen, w ho believes in the unreserved
tnforcenient of all laws and who is
ftarless enough to oppose dishonesty
and corruption whether practiced by
ihe individual or powerful combina
tions of capital. We are in thorough
accord with the president in his ef
forts to secure rate legislation and other
measures to curb the encroachment of
corporate wealth, and it is certainly
the desire that the nominee of ibis con
vent ion. when leeted. shall give to on."
president his earnest support.
"The republicans of the state of II, i
nois, at the present time, as in the
last, have reason to take pride in their
u presentaiives in the national assem
bly, both in the senate and in the
house, for their wise and patriotic
course taken on all public questions.
We further congratulate the republi
cans of this great state that they have
at the head of the state government
such a man as Charles S. Denetn. His
course, since assuming that responsi
ble position, has been one entirely con
sistent with his ante-election pledgi s,
and one that commands t he admiral ion
oj all lovers of good government. We
fn ely express our grtat confidence in
his honesty, integrity and leadership'.
We also desire at t'iis time to reaffirm
our confidence in the ability, integrity
and stati smanhip of Lieut. Cov. L. Y.
Sherman, who during his term of of
fice has shown himself to be opposed
to all practices inimical to good gov
ernment and who has so sMongly sec
onded the efforts of (Joy. Deneen to se
cure needed reforms in state affairs.
We believe that the various depart
ments of the state government are be
ing administered wisely and economic
ally, and it is a source of gratification
that those in control of such detiart-
lniolements nf Torture
Don't torture your poor back over a rubbing board
don't strain vour arms with a pounder. It isn't the
proper wav to wash. Try the magic that lies in a cake
of Maple City Self-Washina Soap.
A little boiling.
a little rubbing and a rrrv little time, is all you nee
a big wash. The dirt disappears; the stains are gone;
the "clothes fairly glisten with whiteness, and you're
done. You're out of the suds and you're not tired.
V -V- rs
n wonder. A cake costiucr a nickel will do more ea.
good for a whole family than a dozen worthless makeshifts,
strong with. acids and free- alkali.
It cleans everything and does it
quickly. 1 right ens woodwork,
cleanses dishes, makes the windows
glisten and ic:lls dirt everywhere.
Of all Grocers, 5c.
MAPLE CITY SOAP WORKS
I - - - JI
A for -7-i
W -aaar w r 3 I mm
A cool collar for hot days. Per-
,lA feet fittinr; absolute comfoit
t-f., 1-4 Sizes. All dealers
i iT CEO. P. IDC CO.. Mak
DQGtor Bngiiam Sous
MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE
Lycfla Em Pinkham's
We Have Secured tor Our Columns
AFFLES E. T,
fj rorS Wipes p?Mii
ft vmm wlteipSIMife -r
,'''ivrsrj-.''. r Lril.t:-'-V'-l'"'t'-'';-,'
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Covers More Surface,
(3 times as much)
(5 times as long)
(in 10 minutes)
Than Any Enamel.
A CHILD CAN APPLY IT.
For sale by J.-lm T. NUtsUer. Iavl:
I'm. ii. K'iek Islam! Hardware cuiiiany
and J. J. llurtli-Js & Co.
The wonderful power of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vepetable Compound over
the diseases of womankind is not he
cause it is a stimulant, not because it
is a palliative, but fdinply because it in
the most wonderful tttuic and recon-
t ructor ever discovered to act rlir..-t I v
upon the penerative org-ans, positively ; 1 iu rem of
curing-disease ad restoring health and , w ith un-w ervin
ior. 'and tflicientlv, in wluitev-r s!;ition ;
Marvelous cures are reported from;,,,.,. ,11it.,, as "hu.. ,,. sohlb r .., Mat.
all parts of the country by women who e .
have been cured, trained nurses who',nan- "" f""'- '
have witnessed cures and physicians' "K' -'dv'd. Tb;it we ih- b sa"
who have rccow-nized the virtue of republicans of the Fim; t -i in ihj.-ii
ments w ere plnc'0'1 iu j-owtr by the re
I'ttr ( l. 1ljiri.li.
The following resolutions were sub
mittal by the congressional conitnit
tee: "Win re; -. For the fiist time in tlr
history of tin; several coiii-ressonal
districts, of which the counties of the
Fourteent'i have fornn d a part, ib a'li
has chiim;'d tin reproseniaf ivo, an 1
under these exceptional ii i Ul,i: t a.ic ' S
we are met today; and.
"Wheitas, in the demise of Co!.
Heiijiunin F. .Marsh we reconi.e Ihe
passint; of a faiihfti! public servant, a
patriotic ciii.eii. and fine who stood
persoaall close lo every const ii ueiit
n L;;ir iless of pobtici'l afliliai ions; and,
"Wh- reas. We riiilize in the fullest
Ihe io.-s :() tb lia:oi, to jl-.e stte, to
tricf and to tin- humblest citii u
one who s rt d each and ail
lit!' lit , ill'elliL'ell' 1
fi srd Ijv Kr Bfllew.
MY PAUT WAS SIMl'LY
TO STAN I IIY WITH TII11 DARK LANTLH.N.
absorbing and realistic
A scries of brilliant stories more
than the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
THE IDES OF MARCH
the first of the series which will soon appear. You will
not be willing to miss any after reading the first.
Remember They Will Be
PRINTED IN THIS PAPER
Jytlia fc.. nnkhains efretable Com-; s'onal district, in convention assein
pound, and are fair enough to jnve lied nerd w :h d p r pi i .and pro
credit where it is due If, an 1 s.oi row ii,. .b aih of CI. M
If physicians dared to lie frank ami I . , .
open! hundreds of tUemWouldackno-l.,"r h""n r' I r ,!-",a " w" "'
eilpe that they constantly prescribe :
Lvdia K. Pinkham's Vt-y-etable Com-
M ri . I
pound in severe, cases of female ills, as a
they know by experience it can be re- ! j
lied upon to effect a cure. The follow- f)
ing- letter proves i. I .
Dr. S. C. Brigham, of 4 P.righam ''
Park, Fitchburg-, Mass., writes : 11
" It pives me prent pleasure to say that I ''
have found Lydia E. I'inkharn's 'ei:-tabl9 :
't.nipouiiil very efficacious, acd oft-n pr'- ;
ril it in my rractioc for ft-niale diflicultits. ,
"My oldest daughter founl it very bent-fl-cial
f.ir uterine trouble some time apo. and my v
Youngest daughter is now taking it for a f e- , : i
male weakness, and is surely gaming in health ' v
on.i strength. j ''
" I freely advocate it as a most reliable sp
cifie m all diseases to which woman are ut- ai
ject, and give it honest endorsement."' ; .
Women who are troubled with pain- I
ful or irregular menstruation, bloating '
(or flatulence), leucorrhoea. falling, in- )
flammation or ulceration of the uterus. I
ovarian troubles, that bearinjr-down
fBelinjf, dizziness, faintness, indijfes
tion, nervous prostration or the blues,
should take immediate action to ward
off the serious consequences, and ba
restored to perfect health and strength
by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, and then write to Mrs.
Piukham, at Lvnn, Mass., for further
free advice. No living peraon has had
the benefit of a wider experience in
treating female ills. She has raided
thousands to health. Everv nifferinir
woman should ask for and follow her
"Kt-solvtd. Thai with sincere ad.'uif
. in for his nobb ijii.ilit i. ., and ju t
. I.- in" his u:i!.dei.:!s!.- d public r e
.!. we shall Ionj; ( ii rish bis lie n.oiv
that of one who s,i- the fiill m as
e nf devotion to his country, wbeilu r
;h'- wa'Ks of public i,f -. or on tie
i ! of batile. or iu lie bai.s of t o;i
' Iteolved. Thar we b- lieVe him wr:i
::hy of an iu.nor .1 place l -:-;--
-e ilitistrioii- ;u( ;-t ssors, N d
i'-.' r, 'he hrilliat.t otat r and in'r p;d
i h r. IkiUKlus. the -Lit:P- ;:ani,"
i Dick Hicljardson, ih" abie ;:nd ;is
sobl: r pi,!:', icin
"Hi solved. Tha wllile I:.'.. -i d - Ji''.
r.: hi.in With those r:i art r an I
t..-. .' to 'be ib -parte 1. it 'Mtti wh im th-'
;i of ,:fili' ' : 'a wa- : i'l'.. i,n v.. i j
- t or,
i-.t'. be '
eil in 1
On sulc Auk. 30 to Sept. 4. inclusive. Good
on ull trains. No clmngc of cars.
F. If. PLUMMKR.
C. P. A.
we f, ! ibl !
i . ! - ji .:i :
i?:t' of a -i'd narii
r d to a':nost touc'i
of I f re h v.-as s'
w : r .
"R. s,I v.-.i. Thar ;
rdutions be sent to h
t ased an i tha' a
I r publica'ion to
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papers in the district.
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Crae Trouble Foreseen. f i .n ! J :st what I need, d, for they
I: ii-!:' !!"! foresight, to ! -:i Uy n !i v d and cure. J me." lu-st
that whui jour stomach and liver are i i..'-di ;r.- for weak women. Hold und'-r
jtadly aff (ird. r;c- trouhh j.-t ahead, i rant, e by Harfz Ai L'l.'cmtycr, drug
'uriless you take the proper m dicine ' gii ik, at 5"c a bottle.
'for yoi.r di.v.as?. as Mrs. John A.'
Youn, of Clay. N Y., did. Sho says: I If : want a -riJOtth. clear complex
,'T had r.eura'tia f the liy-r ana foi.,-j ion. t .i-e oUi-.t r'n Uocky Mountain
jacH, i-- t'ari a:-i wiik-nol, ar.l f . T a thij month. Bricht eyes an 1-red
jcoal rft c.T. I wis very bad for a j lips foMow Ps u-. :'.:,-. T a er I a
t -j-3. iui.s -. . me, iiul i.i c.:'.-'r:c Uitters I
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