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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER C. 1005
Dor. Le Penny Wise
and Pound Foolish.
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A i: i .'it n tn I !:.!' . . .$20 and $2 j
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5-"! v i '! J'iotii 50
'c :ii:m iiilirr-:, t-i) tio;u 20
Inlli I rii-l 4 1 1 Milliixit j:iIh.
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Dr. Herman Paulsen,
V w . v V V W W
fcr ycur tread, roils, cream puffs,
eclairs, cak, and pies is right here!
There is plenty to select from every
C.ing bak:d frrr.o dr.i'y: the bread and
rolls jr wKile, iijht and w'iclesome.
F(j crust ci asp. t "ie f.lhrtg made from
tee cho'crrt cf fruits.
Give cur assortment a trial!
All made in a clean sr.cp and
1716 Second Avenue.
thee Mad to
Sole d keels,
Solea atd teele,
We make a spe
cialty of shoe
Open from C a
u. to S p. m.
1 60S 2d Ave.
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STANDARD OIL. NEW YORK.
The home of 44 Frenzied Finan
ciers ' counts as its most distinc
ti.ely dressed tenants the wearers
f COKF.CT CLOTHES I OR MUX
AAKERS NEW YORK
T'k- m-iVfr- p-u.-iranti-e, anil our, w ith every
in.i.-i.t twirir' this I:ill.
We are exclusive a..ents here.
You Know Us
j. p?;tkrson co.,
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PIANO?. Pr.rlor and
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i .i l IS K I N I Olll.M ANN.
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rrf-City- Transfer and
Hauling and moving cf alt
kinds, large or small at reason
able rates. Daily wagons to
Volint and Davenport. We also
nandie te test grades of hard
snd soft ccal. A pcrtion of your
patronage is respectfully solicit
ed. Satisfaction ouarar.tred.
New "phone old 545.
0r. ri5 Twentieth Street.
3Ck Isljnrl. HI.
John Voik & Co.
Blinds and Mouldings, Vo-
veered and Hardwood flooring of all
Dealer in :rcd and double strenoth i
Window Class. Polished Plate, Beveled I
..... , . ...
'late and Art G'a.
311 and 321
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time compan
ies represented. Rates as low
se arr corrrsny r?a afford.
if US RUST
Jill Stove Pipes Jii
Oj r..r mV !.y .1 ti T. N"..ftki-r. lavJ..'
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When Will Women Learn
l-'eilorl dototivt-i have unenrthod a
taiiil of conspirator who an robljiui;
fool t:vri and women In every p:rt of
the l iiited stats ihroui.ii the mail or
der vit'e business. How lotis tlie
hand !nve lieen at work there is no
means of knowim; exnetly. t'Ut they
have -ertainly rot a liiiiiion d-!!ar.s
from their vk-tiuis. The methAl is
A man who dest-rilios himself as a
"lonely liaehelor" usually, sometimes
a widower, advertises in the personal
eolu.iiii of a newspaper for a wife.
Not st-lilom he mentions that he would
!;l:e a wife with some means.
On the face of it an experieneed per
son would know that this meant vil
lainy. "Men ar- scarce and women
arc pi -aty." and, in the older parts of
the country espe.-u.My. no man worth
havii-u ever ne'd-; to advertise for a
Women Want Husbands.
It i- natural p.-oh.toly for women to
want husbands, li.it at the same lime
tl;ey l.eed not he so idiotie about it that
they v. ill jump at : niythinj; advertising
in a newspaper for :i wife. The matri
monial swiudhr I..:- studied well the
weakness of women. In answer to
:is advertisement i:.'
ts so many let
ters t. iit It is mt-i.i :.. ho!y and hiiiaiii.it
in' t think of ih.-i.s. lie sifts out tin
ones luat please Mm. makes up to the
choice st of tin v. risers and in a liriei"
time is married K one of ike-.a.
The thief marries one if those with
money and in her sdly fondness the
liri.'.e ives all her e:ish to him "to
take .-are of." That is the l.-ist sin
ever m.--s of it or him. He flees to an
other city as fast as train can carry
him. ad.'.pts a new mime, live- in lux
ury :i his bride's money and when it
hejrins to fail advertises again for a
There are several millions of single
women in this country and it t:;kcs a
e;vd while for the list of ignorant and
fool I !i oi.es to run out.
One Matrimonial Advertisement.
Some time airo a man in New York
i city inserted in a Sunday newspaper
i an advertisement for a wife with
! money. He was tin adventurer, hut he?
' hail nut reached the stage of the man
! who makes a luxurious living by muiii
N" . . this 1 ! a tr'.v -fo: v -f m hat
; actually happened. Make no mistake
i ah-.uit. tn:!t. 'Hi- aris,:-s began to
I jiile ep arn:?'l the i:deit"si r. Tliey
-iiiue by tin- hundred, flooding lii.- man
i at every mail. Mary ei-n ...u.aii.--1
j photogr;i;hs. ami the letter writers
p n'.ri-d out to shis Strang--:' their 'vl .2-
' personal Idstory in tin- mo-t :-eekl s
iLiiaa -r. The uarrafta T i'. s;:.: y
i said ::ii.-t j;' t!.ee . nt rs "see-'.ie.l t
I he re .llv !:ii o '.o:iiCil to .'- The
, Sives Idled the luckless ad M it ise: ;-,
i oliice, they o erllou cd upon tables and
' chairs. At last thev were lu-aped ii'nii
the flMr and still tfii-v -ame.
This .superfluity .of women, who
SERIOUS OPERATIONS AVOIDED
Unqualified Success of Lydla E. Pink
tam'a Vegetable Compound In the
Caea of Mrs. I'annle D. Fox.
One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia
E. l'inkham s Vegetable Compound is
j the conquering- of woman's dread cu-
i emy, .minor.
j The. growth of a tumor is so sly that
frequently its presence is not suspected
until it is far advanced.
So-called "wanderinff pains" may
come from its early stapes, or the
presence of danger uiav be made mani
fest by profuse menstruation, accom
panied lr unusuhl pain, from the
ovaries down the g-oin and thighs.
If yon have mysterious pains, if there
are indications of inflammation or iis-
firm your fears ud1 e-o tliromdi the
horrors of a hospital operation; 4vecure
Lydia H. Kinkham's Vegetable Corn-
pound ritrht away and Wgin its use.
.Mrs" ,i"-ha'-. of Lynn Ma., will
pive you her advice free of all charte
if you will write her about yourself.
Your letter will le seen by women only.
iK-ar Mrs. Pinkliaiii;
' I take the lit-rty to eoniTratulate vru on
the sa.'eess I have hail with your woujerful
niedimie. Eighteen moiiths ago my month
hestopl. Shortly aft.-r 1 ftltso llly that
I submittal to a thorough examinittioii by a
hysician and was told that I had a tumor
on the uterus and woul.l have to undergo an
Soon after I read one of vour a.1vrtis
mfnts ami !?ei.ied to give Lydia K. Pink
1mm s i-get!iMe Compound a trial. Aftr
trying five bottles as dire-ted the tumor U
etitirvly gone. I have tWn erainiie.i bv a
ptivMi-ian ami he savs I have nosijjusdf a
tumor li.w. It has also brought njy umjuiu
bes aroiiiil one, more, and I am .entirely
Kannia D. fox, ? Chestout Ulri
Fannie D. fox ySi
wanted "Line at length had a eurTDTLi
psychological effect on the advertiser.
He counted the letters and found there
wen.' 3.UU0 of them fact! Then he be
came so bored and wearied of opening
tnarriawe offers that be turned woman
hater lecanie disgruntled over the
whole feminine sex. He. .went .away
THE ASSWf r.s ur. GOT.
from that oriiee." re'nted a "new one" and
left orders that aM letters comins to
the old address should he burned.
And still they kept coining:
If Men Were More Courteous!
The reasjn the marriage advertiser
wins women so easily is that he knows
how to fascinate the feminine sex with
his pleasing manners, refined appear
ance and beautiful and delicate small
courtesies. He Is the pink of chivalry,
showing a woman such deference that
she concludes he regards her as a su
perior being, and is flattered out of her
souses. If goad, honest men only knew
enough to sh.v to their own wives the
chivalrous courtesy manifested by the
sleek rascal toward his victims the af
fection of the wives would uever
waver. SUSAN I'ErPCi:.
"SIMPLE LIFE" AT WEDDING.
l'uir to Ailopt lian In 1'nlure
Aliunilun (oiiki-il Diet.
ii ii ti
Annie Louise Ambrose and Edgar
AYallace t'ouable were married recent
lv sit Los Angeles according to the
doctrines of the "simple life," says a
Los Angeles dispatch. No unnecessary
word was spoken by the Kev. I. 1,
Jenkins, who performed the ceremony.
The word "obey" was omitted.
Ih'i -a use it is a custom to take
luueymo j.i trip, '.!: h ::!. auil bruh
groom walked from church fi their
new home and began life at once with
a menu that abolishes meats and all
cooked foods, their principal articles of
diet being nuts, fruits and vegetables.
At the welding supper which followed
the ceremony no cooked foods were
served. The party sat under trees and
ate nuts mid fruit.
A garden and orchard on their farm
will furnish food, and so far as pos
sible ii articles of raiment not made
by th" wife will be worn by cither
Simp'e m-t!i'ds will rule their home
in everything, and this includes the
dispensing with shos.
I'ocl.etn Sit Tlieir lrckn.
i hipmuiiks, squirrels ami ground
squirrels take food in their mouths and
vilh tln-ir tongues push it out between
the teeth into an elastic pouch (connect
ing with the moiithi. thus extending
the checks. '1 he pocket gophers bavt
pockets outside the mouth along the
front of the cheeks. These pockets cx
leinl b.i k uiab-r the skin to the shoul
ders and are filhil and emptied by the
aid of the fore feet and claws. Thev
are often stuffed so full of nieces of
roots, stems and leaves as to give a
very ludicrous appearance to the little
animal. 'Hoots and stems are cut into
piece., about an inch long ami packed
lengthwise. Leaves sire folded or rolled
ti till the smallest space. St. Nicholas.
V. lllttier'M .ootl Vinlie.
A young woman once sat at a ltoard
ing house table beside a reservitl and
awkward country loy whom she de
I glited to tease. When she left she
asked him to write in her autograph
album. The poein which John (J.
Whittier wrote there stands as a warn
ing t other young ladies that she who
laughs first at a seemingly dumb coun
tryman may be herself laughed at
many years biter. The quaint conclud
ing stanza is:
Thy life may nothing vex it
Thy jc-ars be not a few,
Ainl at thy final exit
May the devil mlsa hid due.
In consideration of the very impor
tant fact that three-fourths of the priu-
ip.tl constituents of the body is water
and that It is far more essential than
food, how little heed is paid to the mat
ter of its consumption and purity by
the average person. One to two quarts
of pure, cool water should be consum
ed daily by every one. "Eight full
glasses, of water daily should be taken
throughout the day letween meals,"
was the advice jiven by a noted phy
sician in a lecture on dietetics.
Catcher Spe-neer of St. I.oota.
Catcher Spencer of the St. Louis
American4, is from Scranton, Pa., and
Is called Ilackenschmidt by the
Browns. lie is big and strong like the
He wfco first praises a book becom
ingly is next In merit to the author.
What Arc a Woman's
The other day a pretty girl was tell
ing of a new admirer recently added
to her string. She liked him and said:
"He isn't a l it like that Nancy man
who is always taking medicine the
one we call 'Camphor Hot tie.' you
know. This one swims, cycles. riles
horseback, plays athletic games and
does all the other things a man ought
to do." Things a mau ought to d:
There was this girl, a young woman.
with fat already accumulating around
her body and unsightly lumps of fjt
gathering at the back of her tuvk and
shoulders and pitching her head for
ward like a stiff old woman's. Ere
long this strangling fat will infiltrate
all the splendid muscles of her hand
some body so that she enuuot torn her
ueck or even stoop over comfortably.
She takes no exercise at all and eat
thri'e hearty meals a day. She declarer-
even now that it hurts her heart to
walk much. She says a mere step of
a. mile tires her and lames her feet
now. when she ought any morning I j
le able t start off with a long, free
stride and cover ten miles without any
fatigue at ail. She caniiol cycle, sv:m.
row. play g!f. walk or do any of th
things ji woman no less than a man-
ought to do if she wo:iil preserve in
gjod condition the splendid b-tdy which
is her in-4.:umcat for use. If the girl
had even g nd. solid housework to do
it would be exercise in abundance, but
she is not obliged to do this, unfortu
nately. Her whole b.nlv is as soft and
"squclchy" as a plate of stewed pump
kin. There is something unpleasant in
the touch of it. Still more uupleasaut
is the thought that half the feminim
sex who d well in towns and cities are
just like her. They merely sit around
and g.t lat. What are our musc.es
supposed tij be for? Is a woman's
body a mere mass of useless pulp?
Lately I saw it mentioned in praise
of a certain millionaire woman that
there is "not a trace of snobbishness
about her." '1 here never is any snob
bishness about any well bred person
or any atfectation or tendency to pat
ronize those who are poorer. T!jt dis
position belongs to the half bred.
"Men are siu-h cowards,' said a wom
an who shol and wounded a bi bur
glar from whom lur husband und un-
other mau tan away and hid.
Don't beg'n to ilie thirty years be
fore you have to go. Look steadily for
ward to living a long time and to being
active, useful and helpful to the world
to the hist. Never pay any attention
to your age; never celebrate your birth
days and forget that you have any
Never groan over or enlarge on your
physical ailments; never mention them
at all except to your doctor, and then
only when you are forced to do so
Live them down. And begin now
whether you are seventeen or seventy.
A pretty young woman moved into a
tlat in a new neighborhood. The apart
ment house was tenanted by several
of those posts to society idle women
who constitute themselves the inqtiisi
tors and censors of everyliody around
them. The pretty young woman's bus
band is on the staff of a morning news
paper, his work requiring him to hi
at his old. e nearly all night. The tab
bies hear i him cmc home morion
after niomhig id 11 and -1 o'clock. Vhat
could ii ! e.-pectahle mau do that kept
him out all night? The tabbies held
council !' war. They must know
whom the landlord was harboring in
the miibt of them. Finally one rang
Mrs. HI. ink's bell and said. "Is Mr.
Blank your husband?" "lie is." re
pl.ed the putty young woman. "Well,
g jn ii miH m
For Good Faith
witli the public for a quar
ter of a cent ury.
never yet questioned by pure
For Finest Flavor
r i 'ling from ti-.c of costli-
- . :id highl it quality of
lr.i: c lals.
For the Bast
Coioa and Chocolate made
SKj where at any price.
Fci Lsrsst Sales
rf r'ii- btipcrf.-e Chocolate
.. a;..:n in the world.
Fcr Protection to
i i xuarariVe-l uniformity of
b'.C-t C '.4. i.-'lt iiCC
Tiif L'V-H'y Jirccipt Hock Frtt.
"iZi Wiillc p M. L-2wrsy Co.,
f nm n i
j f J TV JA Ul O S
The Truth About Stoves
By the Largest Makers of Stoves and Ranges in the World
MANY repic hsve born deceived in nonev
Irrf that stoves were cheap because of a
low price, wlien experience i-'
them t'.ic most extensive.
A Rtn ill price may be paid for a stove wnicn
looks attractive iu the catalogue, which Iiiis
boon described as perfect' but it Is liable to
prove a very expensive purchase: fer ten
chances to one, trouble will arise from this
stove in a month's time it may not liet or
cook properly, or it may consume tucliiKea
locomotive. Then the materia! in the stove
tclf n:ay wear s poorly that at the end ol a
year or so it will have to be replacc.i.
You never j.'et something for nothing in m.s
world, and when you pay a small price lor a
stoe. that price must cover thecostof material
and labor, and include a reasonable profit, con
sequently interior cast-iron and steel, ana me
cheapest and most inexrror)caIabIrnust
go into this seemingly low-priced stove,
Expert Stove Adticf Frt:
We have tipened an
in charrj of an expert
stoveinan. simply to teU
the p?oii!e. ahs-.thi!'-!y frre
offs, all cbin-.t stoves.
And this expert will hon-
t'.y advise yon just
whi.-!i s;ve or ransre
Wi!I!est suit your needs.
We a..i want those who
have lc-a Siiuiivy on the
see in i r. y I v in.-x pensive
stove, to let us tell them
how they can save money
by bujintT " "Garland,"
even if the hisi cost is a
liu!e more than that of the
cheap and unsatisfactory stove.
We want them to let us tell them about tlia
advantages of Upland Stoves ana tvanget,
which always prove a good investment.
We uiaks a Garland to fit retry slit nrrf .
and have book.; accurately describing tne airier
ent kinds. V.'c could not afford to open this
Advice Department" or send out the valuable
teraturo wo do. free of charge, if "Garland"
Stoves and Ranee were not distinctly superior
to other makes; if the magnitude of our opera
tions did not make it possible for us to sell them
at reasonable prices, and if our reputation and
methods of doini business uia Dut insure
If you are considermsr th purchase EV,--y
of a stove cr ranto, cut out this coupon,
check (this way the kind of stove you are
interested in. mail it to us today, ana you will
promptly receive our Kxpert Advica as to just
which stove is best suited t. your needs, and
why. and our literature, free of charge
Detroit The Michigan
Largest Makers of Stoves
vr av ' 'r-M
ff-STEBL RANGES WBm
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1y. j are dui;i to last a uieiime am; Rive you uouar value for every dollar y
f spent. Muile of blue Planished steel which requires no blacking, Vt-"V-
riveted tight wtth "tone"-head
i-iraponaa. crack, warp or
yXTSW? ' 1 -J.,.waeoiicentr3iinj me
tuel ana maKing
' I.arzr, hiS,
i4S)?2 : -nl :,':; with jii "pier t-.i.k . I tl.rii n.
jfSlfcH ' r ! J- cl lup!- l.ulf !"f ji.y l i.l
(f 1 b -vi-loii I .4H a prur.t w...J tu:,-
V.yj'j'AJl !j-1 1 l-'or iiioru than turty j eair Ji c! stoves
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ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law.
Money Loaned om Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. Buford. Prealdent.
IL P. Hull, Vice President
P. Qreenawalt, Cashier. w
Began tha UBlnesa July 2. 1833.
and occupies S. E. oorner of Mitch
ell & Lynde'a buUdlric.
f I-.iivo noticed thut he comes in ai
wh.vs very lute at night. Now, would
von mind tellinjj me whut your hm
!.'in.rs busin.ss isV" "Ut.'K aburbir."
proniptly sinswired Mrn. Iilnnk and
shut the door.
He ii loyal, JovabI, friend.
The other day at a restaurant a youn
man looked all about for his hat. He
hojined around nervously, tried on hut
after hat, called the waiter and said
somebody hud taken his hat. The
waiter assisted in the search, but in
vain. riiiully, directly before the
youiiK n:an's eyes, where it had been
aunsiiiK on a peg all the while, he Kpied
a drab felt hat. His troubled brow
cleared; he bueaked up hiH hand softly
and grabbed the felt, slid It uim.u hU
head and went his way quickly. The
man did not know his own hat when
iie saw it. lie wu.-j looking among the
straws when Lis own was a felt.
"liutn creeturs is women," saya Mr.
Weller. Just at the time when Mme.
Wti Ting I ang, the charming wife of
the former Chinese minister to the
T'nit.-d States, is having a painful and
difficult surgical orx-ration icrform;d
on her feet to icsivre them sufficiently
to their natural shape to enable her to
walk upon them, at thia Kame time
women in America are with all their
might distorting and ruining their feet
fwi-tver by wearing those monstrous
Ebon with high peg heel and sharp
tot. Many of them can walk (scarcely
better than a Chinawoman. And did
J ju ever see the bare foot of a woman
wn iias tnus mutiiati herelf?
ELIZA AUCIIAHH CfJ.NNEK.
Receiving our Kxpert Advice and literature
will not put you under any obligation to buy.
We simply desite thcopportunityto give you tlio
ovidi-nce of the tn'Mrrt.it'MS suprrnr:tv of "Gar
land" Stovea and Ranges, and leave the buying
decision entirely with you.
In order that "Garland" Stove and Ranee
shall last, we make them of ti e very best
materials and employ the most expert workmen
in the world.
"Garland" Stove and Range are (V.-r.iMe
and handsome in appearance. Thev are highly
nickeled and each "Garland" will a? a lifetime.
"Garland" Stove and Range will not "burn
out." but will heat and cook perfectly, and Will
fuel, sii f repairs, a.nrv, .vio-.
Wc have local dealers who handle our stc ve
exclusively, in nearly every village, town and
city in the t'nited States. You cancxami'ic
Garland" before you buv. insteu! c-f
after. You can satisfy your
self that "Garland" are
exactly as repn-s.-nu d.
There will be iu fu ik'.it
to pay on "Garland"
and the dealer will set
them up without charge.
If no dealer In ym.r
town sells "Garland."
or you decide to buv r
stove not in your loi .il
dealer's stock, you can
enjoy the above advan
tages. We will make a
special arrangement so
that the st.ive you want
will be dclivere.l to y.4u
and properly set up r-.4.1y
fur use in your own home.
The Written Guarantee ot Th
Michigan Stove Company acccmpunti-s
every stove, and protects you bv the absolute
guarantee that every "Garland" is as repre
sented The IfotU'i st.
Srt mv fni of rh;ri: your
Soc K mk on Jiiv-e itiirntTH,
ill- II lllut'H, 'Hf liHIltfHM,
Sit' Kh ii C'kifni M'-4,
Mfiiriiiif st. (ii. Stivt.
AIo i tu r KtiH'rt Stove AUvice
f !- Of 1 lliiraTM.
Kinl of Slivi Waal4-.
Kin-1 --f I'ttfl
My St ) Ih'oler'H Nhuh
My Naiu.' is
T. O A.t insa
Mrtss Aivi lfpiirtnt'nt..
Thf Alii'hiicun tovf (Vmpttny; 0trtit. Mich.
I.arm -t Makt r- if sitiYtf tintl IvUidkmi in t ti- trlI
and FVangcs in the World
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rivets not flat-head; they cannot
break. Walls are lined with asbestos
rie.tr arouna tne oven, economiiiijj
vvo r n s xjx
t 1 V m . W i irT . V
-;u-r:- f'rvi srf-:'1 'i--. f.r..Vv-iV in
aic titlt-4 Willi Jewrl I'jU-nt ! w J pice din
- j-.tl uiit'i -jL''lf-. and Mini'?, .nrinr luljluril I ''
Kii (.;:.--! i.in f.-j., tit. ' j rv.o:mbrn.li I
a ilunhiliiy; a'
Ul CO.l. Whl4.ll
have Item ;';jfi
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t il-lti tlx
l:i ttitr w-.
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on i
H. R. Cable.
William II. Dart,
If. V. Hull.
J. U. Unter.
K. V. Hunt
Bollcltora Jackson A Bant
i.ftn Hlnley MnrWm Sire.
Henry T. Oxnard, who has Just re
UMtied from Europe. :iiiiioiiinel recent
ly 1 1 : t t he bud pun-bused Islington, the
sire of Kin ley Mack, from the MeCal
moiit estiite in England and that he
would be brought to thi-f country at
once to i nter the stud. Mr. Oxnard ha
I een trying to purchase Islington, who
was in America once for live years, for
some time, but the owners of the stal
lii.ii were not ready to disjMse of him
not ;1 rei ently.
. Iirn, li il 1 .
Eastern parties are said to In: nego
tiating for the California tdallloii Zom
bro. I' ll, sire of Zephyr, :07
No (lanKtroiiri drugs or alcoholic con-
' coctiotin are taken into the stomach
when Hyoi-ioi uhcI. Hreathe.l
ibrijtiirh th- inhaler, the balsamic heal
ing of Hyoiiiej penetrates to the most
reiiKde c !1h of the no.e an '1 throat,
and thii:s kills the catarrhal g-nnf..
heals the irritated mucous membrane,
atid .'vt-s complete and permanent
Myoini i is ihj- siiiip'ent. luos-t pleas
an 1 and the nu'.y guaranteed cure
for catarrh that has been dircovend.
('it;. .I -!'.- o.nfi:, ?l.')'i; i-:.tia :oUle, " )
For tale by H. O. Uuifs.