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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 190G.
Ask your doctor how long he has known
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Ask him if he
uses it himself, in his own family. Ask
him. if he .can recommend anything better
for throat and lung troubles, such as hard
coughs and colds, hoarseness, bronchitis,
.weak lungs. Do as he says, at any rate.
We are willing.
Wc have no secrets We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.
2Iade 67 th J. C. Ay or Co.. Lowell. Mas.
, Also Manufacturers of
ITM'8 HAIR VIGOR For the hair. AYER'S FILLS For constipation.
ATBK'S SARSAPARILLA For the Wool. A TIE'S AGUE CURE For malaria and ague.
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II. E. CA STEEL,
L. D. MUDGE,
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock, 100,000. Four Per Cent Interest raid on Deposit.
C J. Larkin. II. II. Cleaveland. H. D. Mack,
J. J. LaVelle,
II. E. Casteel,
L. D. Mudge,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
II. W. Tremann,
Kstates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
which Is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the com
pany. We act as executor of ana trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Uuardtan and Conservator of Kstates.
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial
Agent for Non-Kesidents, Women, Invalids, and others.
We hare made a new ea seed-book.
it ia the best seed 1 book e have ever
made. .- . - 1 .
We call it Gardening Illustrated.
This ijoolt of l&J-pafre stakes no extravagant
Claims or statement. It aims to Rive facts only
and ia crowded with Rood things forthe flower
vegetable garden, the hardy garden and the fruits.
.V VEGETABLES, the boot contains every
variety and kind of known value for our climate.
All the standard well-known varieties, and
everything: new which our experience and trials
tell us would be of value to our customers.
.V FLOWERS we have undeniably the best
election in America. All the leading and best
German and French Pansurs. Th bt and
choicest of all the Eckford (the famous English)
Sweet Peas. The latest discoveries and creations
of that famous horticulturist. I.uther Burbaui.
Then there is every conceivable kind of garden
and lawn tool appliance.
Yon can bardlv afford to get alontr without
VA VO MAN'S SUED BOOK write fora FREEcopy
84-86 Randolph Street, CHICAGO.
In baying your talking machine
of J. P. Ament. I guarantee to
aave you one-third of the
amount asked by other dealers
and give you the same size ma
chine Will also se'.l you 10
inch records for 40c. All late
hits in sheet music, 15c. Get
the lowest prices on pianos at
the sales. Then come and see
how much money I can save you
In uiy one lowest price to ail,
- and a square deal for everyone.
I guarantee to save you 5 100 on
a piano and give you as good a
-piano as you can buy anywhere
of anyone. All furniture, Iron
,beds, . cook and heating stoves,
watches. Jewelry and everything
in the store, both new and sec
ond band, mast be sold by
March 1 at the lowest prices ev
er sold in Rock Island.
. J. P. AMENT,
'622:St?cbnd . Avenue.
II. B. SIMMON. .
TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
M. S. Heagy,
II. B. Simmon.
AN ODD BEQUEST.
Southerner Left $10,000 to Educate
Northerners to Manners.
A. W. Carson, one of the o'.tiet news
paper laon of soti.hwest Missouri, who
iPt'ontly died at Jopliu, Mo., bt-queuiu-eel
$10,000 for the dissemination of
Mark Twain's "How to Be a Gentle
man among the Young Men's chris
tian associations of the north, sajs a
Jopliu (Mo.) dispatch to the New York
Times. He said iu his will, which was
opened the other afternoon, that In the
south the young men did not need the
good ndviee contained in Mark Twain's
Mr. Carson came to Joplln from Buf
falo, Mo., in 1S72. He left aji estate
valued at about $30,000, the bulk of
which will go to Li3 sister, Mr3. Sarah
Hunt of New York city.
Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in His House.
"We would not be without Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It is kept on
hand continually in our home," says
W. W. Kearney, editor of the Independ
ent, Lowry City, Mo. That is just
what every family should do. When
kept at hand ready for instant use, a
cold may be checked at the outset and
cured in much less time than after it
has become settled in the system. This
remedy is also without a peer for croup
in children, and will prevent the at
tack when given as soon as the child
becomes hoarse, or even after the
croupy cough appears, which can only
be done when the remedy is kept at
hand. For sale by all leading drug
gists. NATURE'S WARNING.
Rock Island People Must Recognize
and Heed It.
Kidney pills c6me quietly mysteri
But nature always warns you
through the urine.
Notice the kidney secretions.
See if the color is unhealthy
If there are settlings and sediment.
Passages too frequent, scanty, pain
ful. It's time then to use Doan's Kidney
To ward off Bright' disease or dia
betes. Doan's have done great work In
Isaac Shiffer, of 529 Fifteenth street,
employed at the Moline gas works,
says: "There was a dull, heavy pain
in the small of my oack continually,
and after stooping it was all I could
do to straighten again. There was al
ways too frequent action of the kidney
secretions, Which was very annoying,
especially through the day. I saw
Doan's Kidney Pills advertised in our
paper and I procured a box. After a
short treatment the dull aching pains
left me, my back felt stronger and the
kidney secretions were restored totheir
normal condition. I know of others
who had a similar satisfactory experi
ence with Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by . all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States. I
: .Remember the name Doan's and ;
take no other.
Dog Bite May Be Serious. Mrs.
Caarle3 Marquis, of 209 Ripley street,
Is suffering from a dog bite in the left
hand and the attending physicians fear
that blood poisoning will set in. The
accident happened several days ago,
and was not tho'ught very serious at
the time, but the wound has been stead
ily growing v.rose and the hand is
badly swelled. Mrs. Marquis was at
her husband's place of business, the
news stand on Fourth street between
Brady and Perry streets, when a small
lad came in followed by a large dog.
Mrs. Marquis has a small dog, and the
strange animal immediately made a
lunge for the diminutive canine. But
instead of catching the dog, his teeth
settled into Mrs. Marquis' hand, be
tween the thumb and the forefinger.
The wound was given treatment by
physicians, but it has failed to respond
in the manner that js desired and grave
fears are entertained regarding the
outcome. The name of the boy and
the ownership of the dog are both a
Gets Out of Cutting Scrape. The
case against Harry Hammerly, charg
ed with assault with intent to do
great injury, was dismissed by George
Clancy, the prosecuting witness, yes
terday afternoon. Clancy accepted a
settlement for the injuries he sustain
ed in the cutting affray which led to the
information being sworn to. George
Clancy still carries his hand in a sling
and cannot use three fingers. He was
gashed across the palm and around
the thumb very seriously. The cords
were severed and It was with great dif
ficulty that the wound was so dressed
that he will recover the use of the
Another Factory Proposed. Mayor
Harry W. Phillips has received a com
munication from Philadelphia parties
that will be of great interest to all citi
zens of this community interested in
the growth of Davenport. It indicates
that more eastern capital seeks invest
ment in local manufacturing enter
prise. The proposition submitted is for
the erection of a glucose and starch
plant here. The parties say that it will
employ between 400 and 500 men when
running. They ask to be put into com
munication with parties that can assist
them in securing a location for the
plant. The letter received by the may
or comes from C. F. Elkinton & Co., of
Philadelphia, Pa., a large banking firm
of that city. The mayor said this morn
ing that he would answer it immediate
ly and see to it that the Philadelphia
firm be encouraged to come here.
Old Man Hurt. E. M. Pike, an
aged broom-maker, was knocked down
by J. H. Montgomery, on Sixth and
Harrison street yesterday. The old
man was crossing the street when
struck by Mr. Montgomery, who was
driving in a buggy. The victim was
conveyed in the city ambulance to his
home, 520 Main street. He is some
what bruised and his hand is badly in
jured but, fortunately, no bones were
Working on New Club. The erec
tion of the new home for the Daven
port Commercial club is now under
way. Yesterday the ground was first
broken and workers with shovels and
a plow are beginning to build down
ward. Soon the upward construction
will be started.
Obituary Record. Once more the
Xeuman home, 419 East Fifteenth
street, has been saddened by another
death. Miss Lizzie Xeuman died yes
terday after being seriously ill for
about a week, suffering with pneumo
nia. Miss Xeuman was born in Ger
many on Nov. 20, 1S4-1. She has a
host of friends who will always hold
her memory dear. She is survived by
her sisters, Miss Ida Xeuman at home,
Mrs. A. D. Fleu, and Mrs. Theresa
Kruse of this city, and Mrs. Fred- J.
Orth of Ellsworth, Kans.
Joys of Traveling Told.
The passenger department of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
way has issued an elaborately illustra
ted leaflet on "California's "Winter
Summer Garden." In" addition to de
scribes? the attractions of California
at this time of year, the leaflet dwells
on the beauties of the three-day trip
made by "The Overland Limited" from
Chicago to San Francisco.
The train leaves the union passen
ger station, Chicago, S p. m. daily. The
distance traveled is 2,300 miles. The
route of "The Overland Limited" is al
most the sama as that taken by ths
Argonauts in 1819.
The train passes over the new bridge
which spans Salt Lake. The companv
has made every provision for the com
fort and entertainment of the passen
gers. Chicago Journal.
Sent to any address for G cents'
postage. F. A. Miller, general passen
ger agent, C, M. & St. P. railway, Chi
cago. One-Way Second-Class Colonists Rates.
To the west and southwest via the
C, M. &. St. P. railway. Dates of sale:
March 6 and 20, 190G. Rate: One-half
of the regular first-class limited fare,
plus $2, except that rates to Denver,
Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Trinidad,
Col., and to Hot Springs, Dead wood,
Lead, Rapids City and Belle Fourche,
S. D., will be one-half of the first lim
ited fare, plus $4. Minimum rates:
The lowest rate at which colonist tick
ets may be sold is $6. For further in
formation call or telephone any C, M.
& St. P. ticket office.
To points on C, M. & St. P. railway.
Dates of sale: March G and .20, and
April 3 and 17, 1S0G. Rates: One regu
lar (not special or reduced) fare, plus
$2 for round trip. No tickets to be
sold for less than $9. Rate for chil
dren to be one-half of the homeseek
ers' excursion rate. Stop-overs will be
permitted on going passage within 15
days from date of sale at all points in
homeseekers' excursion territory. For
further information call or telephone
any C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
C, M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers .tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday in each month
to points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers territory. For further infor
mation "phone or call at any C, M. &
St. P. office.
The C, M. & St. P. offer first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-cities, sleeping cat
reservations made to any point desir
ed. For further information 'phone any
of their offices.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Foster, March G. Miss S. L. Jame
son, of Rock Island, closed a success
ful term Friday at the Foster school.
She is visiting with Mrs. J. Morris, and
will also visit Mrs. F. Vanatta before
returning to Rock Island.
Miss Kate Watson returned to Mus
catine Monday after having spent two
weeks at the home of her parents and
with Miss Kate Foster.
Rev. J. R. Spiller has been spending
the past five days at Andalusia in the
interest of his church work at that
Miss Martha Maris, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Maris, Sr., near Il
linois City, is in a critical condition,
she having suffered several hemor
rhages of the lungs the past week."
Jesse D. Milton and Miss Eva N.
Hesser, both of this vicinity, were uni
ted in marriage Thursday, March 1,
19(1, at the Baptist parsonage in Mus
catine, by Rev. Judson Kempton. The
wedding was attended by- a number of
relatives. They have the best wishes
of their many friends.
England's Powerful Warship.
The keel plate of the Dreadnought,
which is to be the most powerful bat
tleship in the world, was recently laid
at Portsmouth. She will have the
fighting strength of any three battle
ships now afloat. To successfully fighr
disease the most powerful and reliable
medicine is Hosteller's Stomach Bi
ters. It has been used in thousands
of homes during the past half century,
so that when you,ake it you are not
experimenting with an uncertain rem
edy. Its wonderful record of cures
speaks for itself. Therefore we urge
you to get a bottle today and let it
prove for your own satisfaction that
it positively cures sick headache, po.ir
appetite, sour risings, heartburn, dys
pepsia, indigestion, costiveness, cold.-;,
grip, malaria or female disorders.
Don't accept any substitute, but insist
on having I lost otter's Stomach Bitters.
Badly Affected With Sores and
Crusts Extended Down Behind
the Ears Some Years Later
Painful and Itching Pustules
Broke Out on Lower Part of
Body Sen Also Affected.
A TRIPLE CURE BY
"About ten years ago my scalp be
came badly affected with sore and
itching humors, crusts, etc., and extend
ing down behind the ears. My hair
came out in places also. I was greatly
troubled; understood it was eczema.
Tried various remedies, so called, with
out effect. Saw your Cuticura adver
tisement, and got them at once. Ap
plied them as to directions, etc., and
. after two weeks, I think, of use, was
clear as a whistle.
"I have to state also that late last
fall, October and November, 1904, I
was suddenly afflicted with a bad erup
tion, painful and itching pustules over
the lower part of the body. I suffered
dreadfully. In two months, under the
skilful treatment of my doctor, con
joined with Cuticura Soap and Cuticura
Ointment, I found myself cured.
"Six years ago my son was laid up
with a severe cold, a hard cough, and
finally painful eruption all over the
body. I procured the Cuticura Remedies
as soon as possible, and after his faith
ful use of same was as well as ever in
two weeks, as well aa I can recall. He
has never had a return of the illness,
as far as I know.
"I have always been pleased to com
mend the Cut icura Remedies, and testify
as to their efficacy. I am a veteran of
the late Civil War, '61-65, between
seventy and eighty years of age. Yours
truly, H. M. F. Weiss, Rosemond,
Christian Co., 111., Aug. 31, 1905."
of mitr be had of ail drurgieta. A .ingle act often eurea
the mom diMrewing cam wnen ail alee UUa fetter Drug
Oheai. Con., Jtoie Pmp-, Boeton, Mia.
M.iinl iw. " How to Cure Lrumt.' and wan
boat It fckin, Scalp, UamU, tad Hau,"
Complrte External nd Internal Treatment for every
Humor, from Pimple, to SafOfula, from Infancy to Ajl,
ron.i.tine o Cuticura Soap, Wc., Ointment, 4c., Kewl
ent. Mi,-, i In form of Chocul.te Coaled Pill.. liV. ner rial
May Extend to Watertown. While
the great merger deal of public utili
ties of the three cities is being com
pleted, different rumors are gaining
credence. One of these is the contem
plated extension of the, Third avenue
line of the Tri-City Railway company
east to Watertown. According to stor
ies, the Third avenue line will be ex
tended along the river road to Natick
and then will turn south and strike
First avenue south of the railroad
tracks at First street. East Moline.
The line will follow this avenue to
State .i're.et and thence to Watertown.
This plan has long been considered by
the Tri-City Railway company, and it
is said with the large capital of the
new company the deal can easily be
swung. This decided on, the interur
ban tracks to Watertown would be re
moved and the terminus of the line
would be at Silvis in place.
Injured Man Known Here. After
putting the wife of Dr. C. E. Stewart
and her little daughter on the Burling
ton train at Canton, 111., Saturday af
ternoon for their trip to Moline, F. J.
Stewart, well known in Moline, fell
under the train, the wheels passing
over his loft leg between the ankle
and the knee and over half of hiV
right font. Dr. Stewart left immedi
atcly for Canton, but returned yester
day morning to Moline, as there are
good hopes for recovery, although he
will be a cripple all his life.
Csr Upset. An emigrant traveling
west in a box car was given a shaking
up yesterday afternoon in the Silvis
yards, when the car containing him
self, his household furnishings, two
horses and a dog toppled over in tin
Silvis yards. Fortunately neither mat
nor horses were hurt and the furni
ture was not seriously damaged. Jus!
what caused the car to leave th;
tracks is not known, but when one.
off the rails it toppled and rolled over
It was being pushed with a number ol
cars by a switch engine.
Singers Clear $2.300. Saturday ev
cning the Olive Male chorus fair canu
to a very successful close with the
largest attendance of the week. The
receipts for the. evening were consid
erably mere than anticipated, and ii
is estimated that at least 12.300 will
be cleared. This will be used to helj
defray the expense of the Swedish
singers at the national meeting in this
city in 1907.
Obituary Record. Mr. and Mrs. Jo
scph Gripp, 1517 Seventeenth avenue
have the sympathy of many friends in
their bereavement of their twin daugh
ter, Nellie Marie, who passed awa
Sunday afternoem. The baby was on
ly 4 months old.
Mrs. Ann Blanchard, one of the pit
neer residents in Henry county, and
probably one of the oldest in the state.
died at the home of her daughter in
Colona Saturday. Paralysis, combined
with old age. was responsible for he-i
demise. At the time of her death Mrs.
Blanchard was 93 years, 11 months
and 9 days old. Feirty years of her
life had been spent in this state. The
remains were shipped Sunday to Tor
onto, Iowa, where interment will be
Vetoes New Ordinances. Mayor Ol
son last night vetoed the two ordin
ances recen'iy passed by the council
at the instigation of the Peoples Power
company involving a change in the
unit of measurement for electricity
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Rock Island county court. Judge E
E. Parmenter presiding.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Fred and Jennie Neil. Annual report
filed and approved.
In re conservatorship of Annie Neil.
Annual report of conservator filed and
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
George Hogobon. Guardian's annual
report filed and approved.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Rcimer Erbst. Guardian's annual re
port filed and approved.
Estate of Hulda Ludwig. Proof of
publishing and posting notice to credi
(ors filed and approved. Claim of B.
F. Knox allowed in class 1 at $10."i.
Estate;- of Matilda Freeberg. Final
report of executrix filed and approved
and waiver of notice by legatees and
distributees and receipts of legatees :n
full settlement of their respective
shares filed and approved. Exccutr'x
discharged and estate closed.
Estate of William Bcgicr. Report
filed and approved. It appears this
estate has been closed so far as it
now can be, that the estate remaining
has been turned over to widow und;r
In re guardianship of Robert Vo:i
Wonterghem, et al., minors. Request
of Robert Von Wonterghem and Con
stance Von Wonterghem, minors over
14 years of age, for the appointment of
Frank Pressell as guardian filed. Pe
tition of Frank Pressell for letters of
Estate of Mary I. Zollinger. Chil
dren's relinquishment and selection
filed and approved.
guardianship filed. Oath taken ani
filed. Bond fixed at $16,500.
Estate of Elizabeth Crosby.
Estate of Ephraim C. Gilmore. Pe
tition for sale of contract to purchase
land at private sale .'Iiled. Hearing
thereon.-. Petition granted.
r.EaTer0QtjfVViIliam C'Dennison. Fi
nal report of administrator filed and
REMEMBER Allcock' Plaster have betfn In ow over 58 yeara.
They are tlie original and genuine poron planter" and have never been
equalled as a pain-curer. Guaranteed not to contain belladonna, opium
or any poison whatever. - -. - -
The Great Blood Purifier and Tonic.
For Constipation, Biliousness,
Headache, Dizziness, Indigestion,
!m, In Doubt
Health Is life's greatest luxury. If you want health, consult Dr. WaUh,
Davenport's most successful specialist In Chronic. Nervous Disease of
men and women.
DR. WALSH CURES WHEN OTHERS
KKHVors nrcitlMTV, Pleeplossncss, weakness of men, falling memory,
m. nl. -i I l-liisnii.s. i-aiarrh, dyspepsia, asthma, bronchitis, blood diseases.
tcrof ula, piles anl kidney diseases. . . '
WIIXI pufTcrinj? from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, eonstl
I:itin, iicur.-ilBi.i. palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to tlu; sex should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of his vast ex
perience. VOIT KNOW that Dr. Walsh Is the only specialist who ever remained In
the tri- itios over tw years. You also know that he has been located in
Davenport 11 yrars. You must know that Dr. Walsh remains permanent
ly because he cures hia patients.
VI lilt tio AM) KI.WTitlt lTV. Twenty years' experience has made
lr. Val.li a master 'f these methods of curing chronic diseases. lie lines
all forms of electricity, including Karadi.sm. Galvanism. Cataphoresls,
Sinusoidal. Sta tic and High Freyuonoy Cut rents.
VAKIC'OCKl.K i a frequent cause of nervous and physical decline. Why-,
treat months with others when we can positively cure you In from one to
DR. WALSH'S PRICES FOR TREATMENT ARE WITHIN THE
REACH OF ALL.
TIIK QUESTION OK YOl It UKAI.TII Is a vital one, therefore you cannot
afford to place your ease in the hands of those who have had little or no
practical experience i:i the treatment of chronlo diseases,
lilt. WALSH'S larfre private practice and extensive experience as mir-Keon-in-ehicf
of St. Anthony's hospital, together with the fact that he
has cured hundreds who were preoiounced incurable by others durlntf
the 11 vears he has been licated in Iavennort. proves conclusively thai.
X he is the specialist thai you should
p ONLY CURABLE
(5 Bo?t of references and credentials.
O dreds cured by nail.
ft Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 and
O p, m. ofilce, 124 west unira street,
ari-roved and report of insolvency of
estate filed and approved and estate
declared to be insolvent. Estate clos
ed. Fees remitted.
instate of Hugh Ralston. Proof cf
death filed. Will presented for pro
bate. Petition for probate of will filed.
Hearing on petition for probate set for
Thursday, March 29, 1900, at 9 o'clock
Estate of Irvin Tompkins. Proof of
publishing and posting notice to credi
tors filed and approved. Claim of
Thomas E. Cole allowed in class 7 at
In re conservatorship of Katharina
Builclicr. Bond filed and approved and
letters of conservatorship issued to
said Gustav Hudelier. Inventory filed
Hives are a terrible torment to the
little folks, and to some older ones.
Easily cured. Doan's Ointment never
fails. Instant relief, permanent cure.
At any drug store, 50 cents.
Thousands who have had their health ruined by Mercury testify that it
makes wrecks instead of cures in the treatment of Contagious Blood Poison.
While it may mask the disease in the system for awhile, when the treatment
is left off the trouble returns with renewed violence, combined with the dis
astrous effects of this powerful min
eral. Mercury, and Fotash, which is X snffered greatly from Coataaiova
also a common treatment for Conta- SfffeSSiffila
giuua mvAAi i uuuu, cm uui uic imiug any fooa in race ina iraaim.nt
of the stomach and bowels, produce lnoTd fft
Chronic dyspepsia, cause the teeth to talnly oared him, and I Immediately
da;t,mKke poJy' t,ender f?ms' tSMss:
affect the bones and muscles, and leave This was two years aro, and I ca truth
its victims complete physical wrecks. Bowl"iXorSnnKT 'b'm flUfDMa.
Another effect of this treatment is Orson, Ky. D. M. SAW DEM.
mercurial Rheumatism, the worst and most hopeless form of this disease.
There is but one certain, reliable antidote for this destructive poison, and that
is S. S. S. It is the only medicine that is able to po into the blood and
PURELY VEGETABLE. mood Poison, will drive out the effects of any
t. . mineral treatment. We offer a reward of St. ooo
for proof that S. S. S. contains a particle of mineral of any kind. Book. with
instructions for self-treatment and any medical advice; wished furnished
without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA
And for painful
and sensitive parts
of the abdomen ,
should be applied
as shown in illus
tration. Insist Upon Having
Consult the Best
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Oilcafo.
St. Anthony's Hosplt&L
consult if you want to get well,
If you cannot call, write. TJun-
7 to 8 p. m.: Sundays, 11 :t0 to 1:10
juccuuougn Dunaixig, Davenport, it
BEN BUCKLY QUITS ROAD
Veteran Railway Detective at Calee
burg Has Retired.
Ben Buckley, for a number of years
detective for the Burlington5 road .with
headquarters at Galesburg has rx'fcign
ed and will devote the remainder f his
days to his private Interests. He I
owner of a hotel at Galesburg and Is lu
a Rood position to retire. He has been
successful In ferreting out crime anil
is probably one of the best Known
railroad detectives in the state.
A Scientific Wonder.
The cures that stand to its credit
make Bucklens Arnica Salve a scien
tific wonder. It cured E. R. Mulforrt,
lecturer for the Patrons of Hnshandry,
Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing easo
of Piles. It heals the worst burns,
sores, boils, ulcers, cuts, wounds, chil
blains, and salt rheum. Only 25c at
Hartz & TJllemeyer's drug store.
cure the disease permanently. S. S. S. does not
hide or cover tip anything, but so completely
drives out the poison that no signs of it are ever
seen again. S. S. S. is made eotirely.of roots, .
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