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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY ic, 1907.
Sen t '
Fruit Growers Organize. TIii'
County Fruit Growers, association ha.i
beta organized. It was formed by
gathering of fruit growi.rs j this vi
cinity held at the Commercial c'ub.
Tlie object of this association is for
the mutual bcm-lit of its meialiei s as
well as Scott comity fruii growers in
general. Ir hopes to create a good
and healthy market for Scott county
fruit and help improve tlie fruit itself
by improving t-pecimeus of liin-r lrirt
from various points. The ollicers elect
ed are as follows: 1'k siiU-ut. t!corg.-:
Ashlord; vice pic.-'l;ii! . C. 1'. Kcdin.i ,
secretary, Alice Ch-nioiis: treasure.-,
Hubert Kerr; ;-ales manager, .!. Tan
ner; trustees, George' Anhford. C. I-'.
Kcdiug, Alice demons, Hubert Ken-,
John Kacs-tcr. !- W'ooti. at:. I .1. Tanner.
Law Firm Dissolves. T. A. Murphy
and Isaac lVieT.-.n-rge r aiu-.auiui' the
dissolution of tile linn of Murphy c
Pett r-bcrger, to take effect Ann.
llhlT, after which ilate they will ea. !i
practice alone. Tlie dissolu' ion is by
Sickles Will Probated. A - i t I li - i
copy of tlie will of the late Kob-Tl
Sickle of New York, number of the
local lina of Sickles l'lc.-ioii i .'m
ting company, has bevn tiled in the
Scott County dl.-trict court by Attor
neys, Cook & Dodge. The 'will hi
been probated i:i New York by liu
executor, John IC. L'hirplgc. but iiu's
inuch as thf dtcca-'.'d K-.ives property
in Iowa, it is also el ir- I to liae V.:.'
will probated in ihi. sia'e in additio-.:
to New York. .1. It. .Nulling and K. K.
Cook were originally nan" -1 a;-, exec'i
tois but bolh of thc.-c have wi; !i
diawn. le-nnig .lolm K. Kldihlge- i:
Fret-port. Na.-aa county. New York,
the sole rxwu'iir. The wii! i-oiK.tr.i -the
billowing be qi!;-i.-: To Mt. Car .
line F. Sickles, wkl iw ot a bfi.t h-.. r.
Hiram 12. Sickle-.- ot A'.banv, N. Y.
(Mill; to liieie Carri'- Uedeil. To
nil ci' Kama Sickle.-. to Hor,;-.:-
11. Sickles, ?"""; t. si.-tor Laura .I.nu'
Sickles, $::u" and ixecutois to provid.
her a suitabb ileum; during life; i.t
daughter (left rude S. S.mp.-oii, unum-l
allowaiKe of Sl.oeii. It .- lurih.T ti
rected that the n -blue of tlie estate
shall be kept iuvc. u 1. i he incline !
be paid to wife. Caroline I'.. Sickles
during hi-r life and after death to
daughter Cert utile S. Snup.-on. Aft
death of both wife and uan-liKr. en
tire estate is to be distributed among
children of daughter. CeitiU'ie i3.
Simpson. If a:d daughter ieave no
issue thin entire estate i ;() be diviel
ed as follows: One third to the char
ily organization of New York and one
third to the Children's Aid .-ocie'y -!!
Obituary Record. Mr. and Mrs. Au
gust lieiim of tin- Kivt r to.nl abov.'
F.( tteli loi f are
thtir infant mi
Mr. and Mt
lIHIIIl llhlg tile It).-:
. who.-e death occu
. I'.. S. MeAniiich o!
an ived in Daw npo: ;.
the body etf I heir 7-yt:i "
son. Iii.it. who died suddenly S'l
iv evening in Kankal-.ee. Mr. and
Mr;. McAniiu li were ioimei
Sunday afternoon at St. Luke's hos
pital after an illness of i-oiik- duration
occurred the death of Robert iieiinieh
Manon intoxicant 11 V
A$gL SPARKLING W WJS
"t Concentrated liquid nn&cT A
u m.m art - - i , n. i
For 12 tops of Red Metal cupt
from Lorgo Mult-Nutrine Bottles
with Cold Trade-mark or 24 from
Split B.idc3wilhBlck Trade-mark
an J 15c for postage, wo will send
no of our Vienna Art Plates to
any address in the United States.
tWI''-- eN V . 71 fMnMB
i.n ifi.it ir iMiniMiiT
OF THE NEIGHBORS
iLantau. .son of Mr. ami Mrs. Hans L:',
tau. Deceased was one j the risi:-;,
young men of the city, lie was steady,
reliable, punctual and sincere, and was
considered one of the foremost
draughtsmen working In Davenport.
Death came after an operation neces
sitated on account of stomach troubl.
A. V. Lee, president of the .Lee syn
dicate, of evening newspapers, including
the Davenport Times, Muscatine Jour
nal, La Crosse Tribune, Ottumwa Cour
ier, and Hannibal Courier-Post, died
at Nottingham, England, yesterday.
The sad news was conveyed by a cable
gram from Frank Mahin, Fulled States
consul at Nottingham, a relative of Mr.
Lie, to John Lee Mahin of the Mahin
agency, Chicago. A letter received
yesterday stated that Mr. Lee had been
ill for about two weeks, but said the
trouble was not regarded as serious.
Mr. Lee left his home at Ottumwa oh
June 7 for a trip to England and the
continent, accompanied by his wife ami
daughter. lie was then apparently in
good health. Mr. Lee was a man of
note in his state in journalistic circles,
and had been prominently identified,
with republican politics for many years.
H. llillier went to Hock Island
Joseph Scott of Rural was on tin
streets Monday. He reports too much
rain. Conshh ruble hay is
and there is danger of it
aged. Corn is doing well.
I.ien damaged some by bugs
tlii- ground is rich much is d
favorable weather tiie next
. ami where
10 days the
most of the hay crop will be secured.
The recent heavy rains have done con
siderable damage io roads and bridges.
The iiual carriers from this oll'u e have
had to cut across lots to serve their pa
Hons. It would be of interest to the
(ai'iers and the traveling public gen
i rally if the highway commissioners of
the various towns would si e to it tint
budges wire repaired as soon as pos
sible alter being damaged.
There was a notable gathering over
on Hock river Sunday. Quite a lium
I er of the male population were there,
liaskets laden with eatables were in
evidence. After lunch and epicm-hing
Hair thir.-t from tlie pure waters of
Rock river, the spirit of fun intend
tiie minds of boys, both old ami young.
A game of baseba'.l'betwee'ii the busi
ness men and miners of Coal Valley
was played. The former were victor
ious. The scene was so great that ihe
gentleman whe looked after that part
of the game had no more paper ; there
fore, tin- number of runs made will
never be known. There were some
great plays made. One of the business
me n batted the spiiere across the
slough in Hi'ilier's field. The ball was
lost. The bases being full, everybody
eame' hemic. These were three of the
many runs accounted for. Some fellow
knocked a lly to Jake, who was play
ing cente r field. It was a rainbow
chaser. .lake saw it coming, lie roll-ee-
up his sleeves and spit on his lunula
two or three times. The ball hit nim
on the shoulder. Gust pitched for the
bu.iness men; J. Sommersem for the
miners. . The first baseman for the
ferine r was an old-time player. Now
he is somewhat stout. He will weigh
somewhere about LTat jiouiids, more or
less, haul lie: Jiugn, ge-t tlie ball up
invaluable to nursing mothers, feeble
children, the aged and infirm. The
most delicate stomach will accept and
retain it after all other liquid or solid
foods have been refused.
Sold by all Druggists and Grocers
in cases of 1 Doz. Large or 2 Doz. Split Bottles
Anheuser-Busch St. Louis, Mo.
Brewers oE the
Famous Budweiser Beer
pretty well, so I won't have to stoop,
ami I will hold them." The umpire's
decisions were anything but favorable
to the miners. There was racing and
u tug-of-war, and in all the business
men won out. .
J. D. Lees of Molinc was visiting at
the home of his father Mr. Thomas
Lees over Sunday.
Mr. anil Mrs. John McGraw and
their little daughter Grace of Medine
are visiting at the lieune of Mrs. Me
Fred Wilihotise, Jr., our stock buy
er returned from Chicago where he
had been with two carloads of stock.
John Harraks with sonn- friends
from Sherrard passed through towi
Monday bound for Hock rive r. From
all appearance they intend L stay lor
John M. I'ryce c:i!loel on the com
missioners) of highways Monday, lie
hired the pile driver belonging to the
town. Ho is repairing or rather re
building a new bridge leading from tin.'
highway to the coal mint of I'ryce fz
Son. They are getting ready for tiie
fall run. Sackville Hreis'. maine is
nearly worked out. Semierson and
Stoddard have a mine on the Dauby
farm. Move than 15 men are employ
ed in the several mines during t!u
fall and winter months.
Miss Vinnie Dallenge. clerk tt
Krappe and Lee's, is going to take I
short vacation. She- is going to visit
relatives in Hope, Kan. Miss lOiltri,
her sister, is taking her place during
Mis. George llillier who has be"i
an invalid for many years has not bev.1
as well as ustnil for some time. She
is very cheerful despite her St years-.
Mrs. T. J. Murphy who is an invalid
has been very poorly lor some time.
She is a very patient sufferer. Siie
has always been cheerful despite he:
suffering. She is pleased to see be
friends when they call.
Mrs. Klli'ii Callahan, widow of t'.i-;
late; Richard Callahan, has been sick
for several days.
The German consul at Chicago Iris
bein making inquiry of the post mast Jr
here as to the next ef kin of enm Mrs.
Finily Thiiiitn (nee Craiunicnz) who
died here in the 7u's. The post mast "i
has been endeavoring to get the de
sired information. There are se veral
relatives here about.
James Sackville is to resume drilling
operations soon mar Warner. 111. He
is prospecting on the Dtirmann lauds.
A. H. Nicely is now engineer at the
Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours.
T. J. Blackmore, of Haller & Dlaek
njorc, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the bouse in
24 hours. I took to my bed with rheu
matism nine months ago and (he Mystic
Cure is the only medicine that did inc.
any good. I had Ave of the best physi
cians in the city, but I received very
little help from them. I know the Mys
tic Cure to be what it is represented
and take pleasure in recommending it
to other poor sufferers." Sold by Otto
Grotjan, 1001 Secoud avenue, Hock Is
land; Gust Schlegcl & Sou, 'J20 West
Secoud street, Davenport.
When there is the slightest indica
tion of indigestion, heart burn, llatu
Ience or any form of stomach trouble
take a little Kodol occasionally and
you will get prompt relief. Solel by
is more than a mere tonic
it is a predigested
Gets Big Contract. Axel Carlson
has been awarded the contract for the
erection of two new buildings for 11.
V. Cooper Hardware Saddlerv com
pany which are to cost $lu,uuit. Won;
will be commenced em the contract at
once as it is desired ie put both build
ings into use by November 1.
Car Does Well. Doubtless the most
sensational feature ef the Ciidde-n e-u-dtirance
tour thus, far has been He;
performance of the Deere car, entere.l
by the Deere-Clark Motor company id
this city, the car being No. r in line.
For ;i series of incidents combining
to make the voyage unpleasant and u
retanl the progress f a cniites.lau:,
the history of the Deere is most app il
ling, yet the car arrived in Chicago
with a perfect
score in reality, if not
Saloonkeeper Fined Kd. Van Dae le,
saloonkeeper at Fourteenth street an 1
Seventh avenue, was lined $"n and
costs in police court late yesterday U
ternoon for violation of the Sunday
closing ordinance. Evidence aga'tist
Van Daele was brought out in (lie
ciurse ot a trial for assault and bat
tery on a charge breiught by Heii'v
loublon. loiiblon and two 1 Munis
were in Van Daele'.-- place between N
and It o'clock Sunday night, shaking
dice and drinking. An altercation
aiose- neiwe'cu lounion ami van iia'.'e
as the result of which ToubUiu is nurs
ing a beautiful black eye.
Obituary Record. Alter having kit
her homo in Ilelgium only three
months ago, Mrs. Juiiaiina Goemaere.
wile of Fniil Goi macro, died at hjr
itome, !!. i-imi avenue, yesterday.
She came from Kelgium direct to M -
line in the eaily part of May in com
pany wiiu nor nu.-anii'i. ana mc son
and two daughters. She was tin n sttl'
fering with cancer of the ..loinaili
which grew steadily worse, uu'i! sle
mi. iii siiecuiuiH'u inis morning, csno
was l'i ve ars of au'e.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Young return
nome Friday trenu a trip through Okla
homa and Kansas.
Mrs. S. T. Mclntiiv visited at
home in Reynolds Friday.
Mr. and Mis. S. W. I leal h of Tou
Ion. III. visiti'd with S. O. Heath a a I
C. G. McMichael of Taylor Ridge la-t
Mrs. Linn of Washington. Iowa ii
being enteitained at the; home of h'i
aunt Mrs. IC'.lis Rome.
v . iie-atii is Having some repairs
made on his property here. He als
expects to lay a ci nieiit walk in front
of the store building in the near fu
t u re.
v . u. uarneit iie parlo,i ior 1 lager
man, N. M. Tucidav evening. He e
pe-cts to spend the- winter with his
daughter Mrs. Charles Walton.
Mrs. Titterington of Reynolds visit
eel in Taylor Hiilue Monday.
Miss lOdna Malleit was a caller in
town Saturday evening.
Mrs. Muhlemau visited in Hoik 1
land a few days last week.
RATHER BE A HOG THAN MAN
Dr. Evans Persuaded by Amount of1
Money Spent on Swine Diseases.
"If I were to be born npain and my ,
wishes were consulted I believe I'd
rather be a hop," said Health Commis
sioner Dr.. William A. Evans of Chica
go the other day upon Ids return from
a two weeks' trip through the eastern
eitlos, where he made a careful study
of the methods in vogue in the health
departments, says a Chicago special to i
the .Npw York Times. Special atten
tion was civen to the federal depart
ment in tisninjrton, where, lr. t.vans
aiel, hundreds of bacteriologists labor
daily to fiml means of preventing dis
ease in hegs.
'The diseases of human beings are
se-e'eindary consideration," said Mr.
Evans. "The government spends more
on the bacteriology of hogs in one year
than it does on the bacteriology of man
In twenty-live years. It is true they
are doing something for men. They
have a Marine hospital, but as I wan-
eel around nnel looked at the im-
mense buildings devoted to the study
of seeds and grasses ami other foods I
dei-ieled man was a minor being after
all and that I'd rather be a hog." Dr.
Evans thinks the fault lies with th?
voters theniselve's. He sniel the farm
ers are persistent In their demands
upon members of congress that some
thing be deme fer hogs nnel cattle, and
as a result experts prepare annually
large volumes which instruct the farm
er how to prevent ami t-ure disease
among his stock.
"I agrw with the farmers in their
demands," said Dr. Evans. 'T.ut I
ilsei think the fathers shoulel rise up
and demand that at least an equal
amount of work be done to assist them
in preventing and curing disease lu
He considers Chicago far behind the
eastern eitles In health work. This
was to be expected, since Chicago sfill
was in the experimental stage. lie
brought with him pamphlets and re
ports which will be sent to the heads
of sixty bureaus.
THE BALEFUL STRAWBERRY.
Sulkiness, Rash and Headache Caused
by It Safety Limit Twelve.
Hygiimists who dedight in raising
alarms against popular foejds are now
tilting against strawberries, says a
London special cable dispatch to the
New York Sun. These are accused of
having a bael effect upon the tempers
of thedr enters, wlu, it Is alle-ge-d. be
come' sulky and irritable after eating
A liygienist is quoted as saying that
ladies are particularly , susceptible in
this respect. Some- of th"iu will eat a
poiniel or more of strawberries at n
time ami then become so morose that
people are glael to avoid the-m.
The fact is. they are physically 111
without knowing it. They are suffer
ing from the strawberry disease, the
symptoms of which are slight dizzi
ness, a elesire to be alone ami intoler
ance of being questioned.
The strawberries which have the
worst effect are? the large mashy ones.
The small kinds, with seeds on the sur
face, are usually harmless. The trou
ble is ascribed to the strawberry acids,
which cream eloej not mollify. Indeed,
the fruit is more wholesome without
cream or sugar, anil nobody should eat
more than a elozen at a time.
Eustace Mile's, the tennis player, as
a vegetarian dietist confirms the dan
ger to some persons from strawberries,
lie says they contain three aciels,
phosphoric, sulphuric nnel silicic, lh
believes that the last namexl cnjises the
trouble. In addition to irritability,
sufferers have strawberry rash ami
One Farmer's Advantages.
Traveling men whose business car
ries tliem over the traction line be
tween Inelianapolis anil Columbus, IneV,
have come to the conclusion that (Jlan
ton Terry, a farmer north of Columbus,
has mofe aelvantages than any city res
ident, says a Columbus special to the
Inelianapolis News. A traveling man
made this remark recently when he
saw a motorman throw off a copy of
an Indianapolis paper In front of Mr.
Terry's home. Mr. Terry gets his pa
per thirty minutes before the same eeli
tion is delivered to subscribers in Co
lumbus. He has a. waterworks at his
home, a gas lighting plant and tele
phones auel street cars pass by his door
every thirty minutes. He has rural
free delivery, and a church Is located
within n stone's throw of the house. A
cemetery is so near that in case of a
funeral a hearse would be unneces
sary. Ameer's Idea of a Handsome Reward.
Dr. D. H. Davison, formerly of Strea
tor, 111., who has been in Burma for
some time establishing dental clinics
for the king of Burma and on his own
account, recently arrived at Boston on
his way home, says the New York
Tribune. While in Burma he met an
other young American, who hael been
official dentist for the army of the
ameer of Afghanistan, at a large sal
ary. The ameer was so pleased with
the man's work that he promised him
a handsome present in addition to the
salary. So often was this bonus men
tioned that the American expected
something magnificent. When the con
tract expired the ameer summoned him
and, with an important ami mysteriems
air, presented the American with a
package containing a cheap American
New Way to Preserve Meat.
Frofessor Lopparant of Tarls has dis
covered a new way of preserving meat.
It Is hung up in a tight box and then
a few sulphur threads are burned In it.
after which the box Is closed. The
meat will be preserved longer than is
necessary in housekeeping, and its
taste is not at all affected.
i We Loan Money
If you need money, don't hesitate to ceme tei ns. We
will leian you any amount from $." up on your houselvold
poods, pianos, horses, wagons, etc. We will make pay
ments weekly, monthly, cpiarterly, or any way to suit. Six
ty cents a week pays back a $25 loan in .r.' weeks; $1.2n
pays hack a $50 loan. Other amounts in same proportion.
We allow liberal rebates on all accounts paid be for due.
If you cannot call, fill out the following blank and
mail it to us and our agent will call:
Street and No
TRI-CITY LOAN CO.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
Old 'phone N 2425. 219 Brady, Davenpori.
Loans made in Buffalo, Ee Claire. 1'iinceton,
Silvis, Milan, and all surrounding towns.
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
He Is the old reliable snclalist, established In Dave.-niort 12 years. During-
that time over fifty specialists have come here and remained from a
few weeks to a few years. They look your money and left nothing but
broken promises. 1'r. Walsh lias remained here long enough to prove hla
cures aro permanent, for the people he cured 12 years ago have remained
DON'T waste your time trying others. fer you cannot Ret our treatment
ut any other place, as most of our appliances and treatments are the re
sults ef eiur own study and Invention, and yuu cannot get the same) re
sults without them.
our nvw Kicantic Static X-Ttay machine. It In a wonder. We use all
forms of eloi-tririly, vibration and violet rays. Call and see a tliorejutsnly
equipped Institute. Consultation, nspeetion and explanation free and
Ki:li:llli:i(. ur treatment Is the best and the cheapest. Don't pay your
money for inferior treatment when he suret is the cheapest. Our guar
antee in hacked by 1 years of sue-ces riylit here in Davenport and thous
ands of cured and satisfied patients. Do business like a business man
go where you can get the best for your mone y if you are not sure, investigate-,
and be sure you're right, the n k ahead.
Mi: suffering from nervous exhaustion, he-adache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the be ne lit of his vast ex
perience. lMi:"i, we cure blood disease, skin dise-ases. urinary and bladder dlsraaes.
hydrocele, nervous debility and Bpee-ial weakness, kidney, hevrt. liver,
stomach auel intestinal diseases. Varicocele removed in mm treatment,
painless and bloodless. Keep your money In your pocket until vou see it
Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical Institute. 1H West Third
street (near Main street), Pavenport. Iowa. Htnirs. 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to
4:30, and i io 8:30 p, m. Sundays from 10:30 to 12 a. m.
Anthracite Coal's Centenary.
Ju-t a hundred years ago the first
shipment of anthracite ooal ever made
went from Tlymoiith, Luzerne county,
to Columbia. Lancaster county, Ta.,
nnel a number of citizens of Tlymouth
are now arousing enthusiasm fer a cel
ebration of tills heroic event, says the
TIttsburg Dispatch. Ablj.ih Smith
Blilppeel the first cargo of the black
diamonds In an ark. floating down the
usiuehrmna river. The discovery by
Jesse Tell of Wllkesbarre about six
months afte-r this shipment that the
new fuel would burn In his grate with
intense heat without an nlr blast cans
eel many orders to come into Tlymouth
for fuel, nnel the chief business of the
town ever since has been the mining
and shipping of coal.
Wc nre rushing about now ot our house,
ns busy as busy enu be.
For pome of us bend fer trie moeintalns,
and some of us bend for the sea.
We have filled up th big Saratogas for
Molly snd Amy and Iu;
They're stuffed to the. brim with crea
tions, nnel every one of 'em new!
Ia wanted to cut down experses. but
mother, dear mother, said nit.
For the rill ef the summer is on us we
must nit, nit. nit:
The dressmaker's working her head off to
get the Inst ruffles all done.
For without the glad clothes In mldsea-
son there's ne'er on engagement won.
We are fussing and fretting and fuming.
The tradesmen ore kept on the go.
There's cutting and slashing and snipping,
und trouble and worry and woe.
Pa says It ain't worth what it's costing;
In fact, doesn't like It a bit.
But the call of the summer Is on tis we
must flit, flit, flit!
There's a mountain of baggnge all ready,
nnd soon w-e-ll be speeding away.
It's something to show those old neigh
bors when your trunks more than fill
lip a eiray!
But the smile that pa gives Is quite sickly,
and I think he Just muttered "Bv
When mother said, "Now you be sur.
dear, to aend us each day a large
He'll be tolling away In the city, meeting
bills that will give him a fit.
But the call of the summer Is on us w
must flit. flit, flit!
u Denver Rwpubllc&n.
HOCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLOND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
posits, Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Tb.ll Mitchell, President.
II. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1870
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
GET A SURE
THE WRONG DIAGNOSIS.
Prc-Tipts the Use of Worthless Reme
dies. Even an expcrie-ii rd physician will
sometimes make a mistake in diagnosis,
in which event bio entire treatment is
wasted and may even be injurious to
The aelvocatcb of all other hair restor
atives save Herpicide have wrongly di
agnosed the cause of dandruff and fall
They figure on a functional disease-,
whereas it is now known and generally
accepted that hair loss i.i 1ue to a par
asitic germ which Ncwbro's Herpicide
There is no substitute for Herpicide.
Sold by bailing druggists. Send D
cents in stamps for sample to the Her
picide company, Detroit. Mich. Two
sizes, 5 cents ami $1. T. II. Thomas,
Take the Postmaster's Word for It.
P. M. Hamilton, postmaster at Cher
ryvale, Intl., keeps also a stock of gen
eral merchandise ami patent medicines.
He says: "Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era ami Diarrhoea ltcmedy is standard
here in its line. It never fails to give
satisfaction ami we coultl hardly afford
to be without it." For sale by all
DeWitt's Little Early Jllsers Small,
sure, safe pills. Sold iy jlI druggist3.
Get a Washington Life
. Your neighbor ha:; ene.
New York Staneiard form.
It is on the
IT'S WORTH THE MONEY.
It's what the people have been asking
for, "simple protection. noMiing estima
ted, everything gu.irant-ed." You can
get a sample at your own age by ad
dressing E. A. DAVIS, Manager, Chicago, III.
R. R. Cable,
William II. Dart,
II. P. Hull.
E. V. Hurst,
II. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst-