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THE ARGUS,' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER G. 1908.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Bank May Build New Home. If
plans which the directors of the First
National bank are considering are
adopted, -a handsome six-story building
will rise In the spring at -the south
west corner of Second and Main
streets. A draft of the proposed im
provements has been submitted by the
firm of Temple, Burrows & McLane.
Brown stone is the materialto be used,
and the cost will be approximately
$60,000. According to the plans which
have been prepared, the basement and
first floor; will be devoted, as now, to
the safety deposit vaults" anil the bank
proper. TJie Ave floors above will be
offices, these to be made the most
modern in the city. The arrangement
of the offices, of which there . are to
be 48, is such that there Is to be
abundant light and ventilation for
Council to Go on Jaunt. The Daven
port city council leaves next Monday
morning on a trip to Joliet, Chicago,
South Bend, Minneapolis and possibly
othe? points for the purpose of in
specting garbage crematories in oper
ation, and the various kinds of oiled
and tarred pavements that are said
to bJ successfully used elsewhere for
light traffic streets where something
less expensive than brick or asphalt
is desired. Davenport paving is un
connected in many places now on ac
count of the abutting lots being low
In v:;lue and unable to stand the pav
ing tax unless the city drains the gen
eral fund in paying the excess cost.
Therefore one of the problems that
Mayor Scott and the council are trying
to solve is the finding of a pavement
that will meet the need of such
stretches of street. When they are
paved, the tax on the rest of the city
for iepairs-and cleaning will be con
Wife Deserter Caught. J. W. Jus
sila, who disappeared from his home
in Colfax, Iowa, Oct. 1, was arrested
Wednesday night in Davenport as a
Munyon s R
am determined that every man,
Woman and child shall haVe a chance
to get Well. MUNYON
: AT ALL DRUG STORES
If you don't care to send for a free bottle, or if you are sick and wish to get rid of your pain
at once, step into any drug store and buy a 25 cent bottle of the remedy you need, and if you
are not perfectly satisfied with the results, . , , .
I WILL REFUND YOUR MONEY I---MUNYON.
Munyon ' Bnoumatiszn Remedy 1ms cured
more serious cawa of rheumatism titan any
known remedy. It cure so quickly, so thor
oughly, that it ORtonishes the mediral pro
fession. . It contains no salicylic ocid, mor
phine, opium, cocaine or any drug that puts
the disease to Bleep. It neutralizes the uric
acid and speedily drives out all rheumatic
Two or three doses often stop sharp snoot
ing pains iu the arms, logs, sides, bnck or
breast, or soreness in any part of the body.
Those suffering with lumbago or pains in
the back will And thia remedy a great bless
ing. For stiff and swollen joints, probably
no medicine has ever been compounded that
gives such quick relief.
It seldom fails to give relief after one or
two doses and almost invariably cures beforo
one bottle has been used. Price, -5c.
COLD REMEDY ,
Munyon 's Cold Remedy relievos tho head,
throat and lungs almost immediately.
Checks fevers, (stops discharges of the nose,
takes away aches and pains caused by colds.
It positively cures grip, obstinate coughs,
bronchitis and relieves the lungs at once.
Get 25-eent vial.
Paw-Paw Cathartic Pills
We want all persons who suffer with con
stipation, whose bowels are irregular, and
those who have a sallow or dull complexion
to try Paw-Paw Pills.' They act upon torpid
livers in a gentle but thorough manner. They
carry .off the bile and stimulate the liver
into a healthy activity. Bilious people and
those who suffer with a slugish liver, or
those whose bowels aro weak and do- not act
regularly,, should secure a bottle of Munyon'a
Paw-Paw Pills and take one each night on
Two will act as a gentle cathartic. Price,
25 cents a bottle.
" - " . ' Nerve Homedy
Mnnyon's Nerve Eeracdy restores over
worked and overstrained nerves to a healthy
condition. Kliould be taken for all the symp
toms of nervous exhaustion, such as depressed
spirits, peevishness, irritability, gnneral sensi
tiveness ol the whole nervous system,- failure
of memory.' Price, 25 cents -
' ' Eczema? ,
Munyon 's Ointment relieves itching and'all
kin irritation almost instantly, and one jar
usually brings a permanent cure. It not only
cures eczema, but is an almost infallible reui
rdyfor hives, insect bites, sores, itch. Rait
rheum, boils, black heads and pimples. Price,
60 Cent and 91.00. V 4
;SEND IN YOUR SYMPTOMS. I WILL SEND THE REMEDY '
- '' DOCTOR'S ADVICE FREE v ' '
V-"i yJ re, uln5 wlth any disease Professor Munyon would consider It a great favor it yon would writ hfca, statin." xullTtall your
symptoms He will sond you an examination blank and your caso win be carefully diagnosed, you will receive the same thorough examlnatioa
by onr doctors aa if yon were examined in our medical offices. Ail communications are treated strictly confidential and are anawereeV tn
Slain envelopes. Our Medical Mail Department is having great success In curing old obstinate cases. Remember, we sweep away all the
octor charges, wa put the best medical skill at your service absolutely free. Ws want yon to feel at liberty to write os whenever von
seed, any medical advice, and to fully understand tnat-Jhera will no charge of any kind for our serrtcesV T 7 0
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fugitive from, justice., lie was taken
to Colfax by E. E. Kendig, chief, of
police of 'that place. Jussila, who is
a coal miner, will have a charge of
wifa desertion to answer at. Colfax.
He left his wife and child in almost
destitute circumstances. The Colfax
authorities have scoured the country
for Jussila. having sent out postals
bearing a photograph and description
of him to the police departments of
the various cities. -
Obituary Record. Mrs. L. Dean, 108
West Fifth street, has received the
intelligence, of the death of her sister,
Mrs. Sophia Lamp of Chicago. Mrs.
Lamp was born in Kuehl, Germany,
and came to America at an early age.
For 50 years she was a resident of
Davenport and only moved to Chicago
two years ago following the death of
her husband, Claus. She was born in
Miss Annie Barren, who had been
a patient at Mercy hospital for 14
years, died there at midnight Tuesday.
The remains were shipped to Key
stone. Mlsa Barren was a native of
Stephenson county, 111., and was aged
51 years. She was the daughter of
the late Mr, and Mrs. John Barren.
T. C. Blenkensopp left Tuesday for a
few days' trip to Wisconsin to look af
ter his farm interests. '
Mrs. George Illingsworth of St." Louis
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Gurney
Farrow, and she will also visit with
friends in the tri-cities and Silvis be
fore she returns home.
Gray Meiers of Moliue spent Sunday
at the Stevens home.
James, the 10-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Haddick, who is sick
with malarial fever, is slowly improv
ing. Mrs. George Lee gave a Hallowe'en
party Saturday evening, Oct. 31, when
she entertained the P. E. O. club. She
John O'Mealia and sou Cecil went
to Davenport Tuesday. They return
ed home Wednesday.
Ben Gifford, Tom Davison, Tom Sin-
FOR THE MEDICINE.
No matter what your disease is, no matter how
many doctors have failed to cure you, send for
the remedy ycu need. It will be sent postpaid
DON'T SPEND ANOTHER DOLLAR!
DON'T SUFFER ANOTHER DAY!
GET A MUNYON REMEDY!
They relieve quickly. They cure positively.
They are absolutely harmless.
Ve -vrnnt every dyspeptic every person
who MifferK with try form of stomach trouble
or indigestion, 6'irh as constipation, rising of
fond, distress after eating, bloating of the
stomach, palpitation of the heart, shortness
of the breath, and all affections of the heart
caused by indigestion, to try Munyoa's Dys
These little pellets soon tone up the stom
ach and enable one to eat what they like,
without discomfort. We strongly urge every
person who suffers with wind on the stomach,
belching of wind, or whose food sours and
who has a bad or offensive breath to try this
remedy. If you have no appetite, if you
feel a faintness or weakness, if your circu
lation is bad, if yon feel dizzy before or
after eating, if your tongue is coated, or if
you suffer with water brash, if your stomach
tcels sore, try Mnnyon's Dyspepsia Remedy
and eee how soon it will give you relief.
Price, 25 cents. j
, Headache Bemedy
Mnnyon's Headache F.emedy has won for
itself a great reputation for the reason that
it rrtops headaches in from three to ten min
utesr without injuriously affecting the heart,
stomach or kidneys. In addition to stopping
the headache, it is a splendid stomach, nerve
and heart tonic. It is invaluable for head
aches caused by exeessiveating or drinking.
We strongly ad' 'a all peoole who suffer
with sick head.-.ch , or periodical headaches,
to try this remody and see how quickly it
will give relief. - '
Thi-re are twenty-five cures in each bot
tle, which sells for 25 cents. -
Mnnyon's Btood Remedy usually cures ery
sipelas, salt rhenm. pimples, mercurial taints,
blotches, liver spots, tetter, and all impurities
of the blood. Price, 25 cents.
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Mnnyon's Conch Kemody is especially pre
pared for these who have a thronic cough or
predisposed to consumption. It stops coughs,
allays irritations and soreness in the chest,
and acts marvelously as a soothing and heal-,
ing balm for diseased lungs. It positively
relieves bronchial cough with rattling in tho
windpipe and tightness across the chest; rat
tling cough, with secretion of mucous, hoarse
ness, loss of voice, soreness of the chest, diffi
culty in breathing, -coughs from nasal catarrh;
hacking coughs of old people, short dry cough,
with quick breathing, languor,- debility, and
night sweats, in .fact every form of cough,
ami all pulmonary diseases, where the lungs
are not too far consumed by diseaso or cov
ered by, tubercles. Price, 25 cents.' y
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cox, Tom Lanham of Sherrard,- and
John Garrett of Cable returned, home
Sunday evening after a week's hunt
at the Illinois river. : : '
Mrs. Roscoe Williams and children
visited, with her mother, Mrs. Milam,
at Cleveland, 111., last weeK.
Mrs. R. L. Peterson and daughter
Lily went to Moline Thursday Wa
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wleden. ' :
A. E. Allely is suffering from a bruis
ed limb. Part of a tree which he was
chopping on his farm about three miles
north of Sherrard, fell on him.
The Young People's Christian En-
deavor gave a sociable Monday.
J. P.Haddick and John McNeill are
visiting . at Colllnsville, 111., for two
County Judge Burgess, County Clerk
Hendrichson, County Sheriff Baker and
John Wilson of Aledo were here Thurs
day to inquire into the sanity of Mrs.
Jeanette Beverldge, wife of John Bev
eridge. She was found insane, and
was ordered committed to the Water
town hospital that same afternoon, and
was taken to that institution on the 4
Mrs. John Saunders of Peoria vis
ited her aunt, Mrs. John Robertson,
two or three dajs last week. She went
to Viola Sunday to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Thompson.
John Beveridge and daughters, Mrs.
Gurney , Farrow and Mrs. George Il
lingsworth, returned to Sherrard Fri
day, evening from Watertown, where
they went with Mrs. John Beveridge
last Thursday. ' -
How Is Your Digestion.
. Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. 228 Eighth
avenue, San Francisco, recommends a
remedy for stomach trouble. She says:
"Gratitude for tho wonderful effect of
Electric Bitters in a case of acute in
digestion prompts this testimonial. I
am fully convinced that for stomach
and liver troubles Electric Bitters is
the best remedy on the market today."
This great tonic and alterative medi
cine Invigorates the system, purifies
the blood, and is especially helpful in
all forms of female weakness. 50 cents,
at all druggists'.
NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE.
Munyon'a Heart Remedy for palpitation
cud irregular action might be called panacea.
Munyon'a Bladder Remody for all irritable
conditions of the bladder, too frequent urina
tion, painful or scalding urine, inability to
retcin the urine, catarrh of the bladder, pain
in the bladder, and discharge of mucous in
the urine. In children it cures nightly wetting
of. the bed. Price, 25 cents.
Mnnyon's Kidney Remedy. Wo went every
person who suffers with any form of kidney
ailment no matter how many remedies they
have tried, no matter how many doctors
they have consulted, no matter how serious
the case, to give Munyon' s Kidney Remedy a
trial. You will be astonished to aee how
quickly it relieves all pain in the back, loins
and groins caused by the kidneys. You will
be surprised to see how quickly it reduces
the swelHng in the feet and legs, also puffi
ness under the eyes, after taking a few doses
of this remedy. You will be delighted to aee
tho color returning to your cheeks and feel
the thrill of vigor and good cheer. If your
urine is thick or milky, if it is pale and
foamy, if it contains sediments of brick dust,
if it is highly colored or has an offensive
smell, if you urinate frequently, you should.
Persist in takine thia remedv until all avmit-
ftoms disappear. "We "believe this remedy has
cured more serious kidney ailments than all
the kidney medicines that have boen com
pounded. Professor Munyon believes that the
terrible death rate from Bright's Disease and
Diabetes is unnecessary and will be greatly
reduced by this remedy. ' Price, 25 cents.
.' Munyon'a Xiiver Remedy for the - cure of
biliousness, constipation, jaundice and tor
pid liver, bilious headache, sick headache,
coated tongue, bad taste in the mouth, tired-worn-out
feeling, highly-colored urine, wind
in the stomach, pain and soreness in the
right side under the lower ribs, depressed
end dull spirit and restless nights. Ia not
a cathartic. Price, 25 cents.
- " NcnraleU Eaacdy , "
Kothing is" more painful than neuralgia
and no remedy 'has ever, been compounded
that will give such speedy relief as Munyon's
Neuralgia Remedy. For sharp darting pains
in tho face, head, chest or back, it is truly
a blessing. Do not suffer another day with
this ailment get a 25-cent viai of Mua
yon's Keurelgia Remedy -...
63d and Jefferson Streets, Phila., Pa.
To Sue Corns' Bondsmen. UnIeS3
orders jssued by the Maple . Grove
school district No. 48-for October are
paid' the school directors, will bring
mandamus proceedings against J. C.
Corns, his bondsmen. Henry Hellier,
Robert Bollman and Herbert Morgan
of Coal Valley, and the treasurer, O.
F. Anderson. .The school directors anj
W. Cr Wilson, L. K. Cleveland and
Chris Mason. Mr. Wilson stated yes
terday that the services of an attor
ney would be sought and the suit
started Immediately. "Mr. Corns deplet
ed the treasury' of the school district
so that it was necessary to issue or
ders. Orders were Issued in Septem
ber and they were paid by Mr. Ander
son, but those issued in October,
amounting to $100, have not been paid.
To force this payment the mandamus
proceedings will be comnienced Imme
diately. Long Trip in Launch. Emil Peter
son, Axel Peterson, LeRoy Peterson
and James Nicholas are planning to
leave Monday for the south in the Pe
terson brothers.' launch Pensacola.
Emil and Axel will be on their way to
run a boat livery in Pensacola, Fla.,
and the others are making the trip
lust for the pleasure of it. The Pensa
cola was built last summer here and
was made for the purpose of which the
owners have in view. During the sum
mer here they fan the boat for excur
sion parties, and it proved to be some
thing which the public is demanding
here. ,On the way south the boys will
stop at Shreveport, Laj on the Red
river, and for about two weeks will
run the pensacola as a ferry boat
'here. They will then proceed to Pen
sacola, where the large launch will be
run from that vcity to Fort Pickens for
the benefit of the tourists. They will
remain there all winter, and Axel will
return about the middle of March to
prepare for the opening of the boating
season here. Emil will not return un
til April when the season is opened.
Ammerman-Severin. Miss Esther Be
atrice Severin, y daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. , Marlin Severin, and Albert R.
Ammcrman "were married at 4 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
the . bride's parents, 81G Fifteenth
street. Rev. F. II. Burrell, rector of
Christ church, officiating in the pres
ence of about 40 guests, relatives and
friends. The bride is one of Moline's
chartiiing tdaughttrs. . Mr. Ammermau
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Am
mei nian of Cambridge and has "been a
Moline newspaper man for some four
vears. During that time he has made
for himself many friends.
Pick Officials for Game. Manager
Dickinson talked over the final arrange
ments for. the Moline-Rockford game
tomorrow 'with Principal Graff of tho
Rockford school by long distance tele
phone. He suggested that Cook and
Bukland, both Illini men, be secured to
officiate in ttie contest which is expect
ed to determine the championship. of
the state for high school teams. . Rock
ford desires that Hewitt, formerly Uni
versity of Chicago player who refer
eed the Rockford-Elgin game, be se
cured for referee. It was also suggest
ed that H. E. Brown of Rock Island be
asked to serve as head linesman. Burk
land was agreed on. v Manager Dickin
son "wired Hewitt and Burkland at
once and has opened negotiations with
Mr. .Brown. It is probable all three
men' will serve.
Mrs. Hannah Johnson and grand
daughter, Bessie, visited Monday in
E. C. Donohoo spent last week in
Coal Valley looking after his coal min
C. if.1 Nundle took a wagon load of
.fine white honey to Rock Island last
A. C. Baron, Sam Adams and A. M.
Ewing shipped baled hay last week.
! E. L. Hanson had business in Rock
Island Saturday. .
J. W. Hudsonspent Monday in Mor
Word has been received in Hills
dale from G." 11. McClcry. our former
night agent at this place, that tfiey
, have a baby girl nt their home. ' .
. . John Krantz is Kick this week.
.' R. C. Clark and son of Rock Island
made their usual trip 'over the country
Saturday with the election ballots. .
James Mill wits a Rock Island vis
Arthur Cole of Plume River spent
a few days last wek with his. mother,
Mrs. Rosa ole. 1
Mrs. William Conrad and little
daughter, Esther, visited in Erie Wed
nesday. . . , , , - ' '
John Butzr-r returned home Tuesday
from Urbana. He traded his automo
bile in on some property at that place.
Charlie Houschild, who has been
working with the St. Louis Bridge
company In the lower end of the
county, js home and is helping on the
bridge which is being built near llcrr
man Liphardt Jr.'s. , . . .
Mrs. C L.' .McCoy returned to her
home in Moline Monday evening" after
a short visit with her sister,: Mrs. Har
ry Fender? - Y, - . ' -
Mrs.' AmosC Sheppard Is. visiting, in
Rock Island' lor" a few days with., her
daughter, Mrs. Llda Smith. " ,
- Mrs. George Walker spent Thursday
in JoPlin. In. tho afternoon Rhr nt-
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tended the Joslin Aid society meeting,
which met with Mrs. Fred Whiteside.
Mrs. George Liphardt and youngest
sou of Milan spent a few days the
last of the week with relatives iu
town and vicinity. -
Mrs. Morton has organized a junior
league for the little folks. They meet
every alternate Sunday afternoon..
Walter Hill of Rock Island spent
Sundav at home.
Mrs. Sarah 'Merrymait of Dorches
ter, Neb., is back on a visit with rela
tives and friends. She is staying this
week with Mrs
John Krantz has built an addition
to his blacksmith shop.
Mrs. Rachel Kempster spent Wed
nesday in Sterling with her sister,
Mrs. Sands. -
Tiie railroad officials ordered . tho
raising of the railroad bed all along
this track. A gang of men are at
work at this place with a train hauling
in gravel by the train loads.
RVS. Woodburn of Rock Island had
business in Hillsdale Monday.
John Hauberg of Moline was a vis
itor in town Monday.
Everett Shay of Carbon Cliff is here
visiting relatives and nuutlng.
Mrs. Justin Washburn and daugh
ter, Florence of Carbon Cliff, visited
a few days last week at the home of
her parents, Mr. und Mrs. William
McConolI. . '
Mrs. E. Lu Williams of Erie was a
A Bald-Headed Woman
Shorn of Her Crown of Beauty Loses
in Love and Marriage.
Hair is certainly most necessary to
woman. Who could love and marry a
bald headed woman? What charms
could one array to offset such a did-
A woman' .rnal i i.snallv love ar.,1
marriage. Her crowning glory is her
hate TIia lnca rif Vici tiai,. niqw. hAi
"V v. -j .j nail luaio
beauty, happiness and success
right here in Rock Island, there are
thousands of women who are neglect
ing or injuring their hair to such an
extent that it is only a matter of time
when it will bo utterly ruined.
Many women destroy the beauty of
their hair through thoughtlessness or
ignorance of certain facts. They use
curling irons over-heated, or to- ex
cess, which destroys the natural oil
of the hair, causine it to.snlit. break
and come out. They do not shampoo
their hair often enough, or too often.
They use soaps or preparations which
contain ingredients positively harmful
to the scalp and hair. .
As a result of such treatment, dan
druff Is created, the hair loosens-, loses
color, falls out, and baldness com
mences, unless proper and prompt pre
cautions are taken iu time. Then
again, tnicrobes and certain disease
bring about unhealthy scalp and hair
Almost anyone maV rid themselves
c dandruff and diseased scalp, and
t air if they will but use the right
remedy. We have that remedy, and
we will positively, guarantee ,ihat it
will either cure dandruff and baldness
or It will not cost the user anything.
That's'a pretty broad statement, but.
we will back It and prove it with our
own. money. Rexall "93" Hair Tonir
is the remedy that will grow hair and
overcome all scalp and hair troubles.
It will grow hair even on bald heada.
unless all life in the" hair1 roots has
bten extinguished, the 'follicles closed,
i nd the scalp is glazed and shiny. It
gets Its : name from the facfc that it
grew-hair in 93 out of 100 cases,
where it "received a thoroughlyly hard,
impartial and practical tesfc
" We want" you fb try Rexall "93
Hair Tonic at our risk. - You surely
cannot lose anything .tj doing so;
while you have even-thing to gain.
You had better . thlnkr this , over, and
then come in? and see us about' this
offer.1' You will be well repaid for your
ylsrt to out" store. ' .
; Two' sizes, 50c and $1.
' , T. II. Thomas.dnigglBt. " v
You are invited to visit the Burlington Route
Farm Products Exhibit Car
which will stand on C, B. & Q. R. R. side-track, near depot, at
Rock Island. Monday
r.is car contains samples of fruits, grains, grasses, suar beets, potatoes and other
products grown on the new IRRIGATED LANDS along the Burlington Route in the
, Big Horn Basin, Yellowstone and North Platte Valleys
where the Government and private irrigation companies are bringing under ditch
theiisam's of acres of new lands. . . " -
Water Supply In the Big Horn B:sin, the water strpply is'sufficieni to irrigate
three times the acreage of land tliat it is possible to put under ditch. Water supply in
the Yellowstone Valley and North Plana Valley is also abundant.
Come and bring your wives to tee this car and let us tell you about these new
irrigated lands. Information given and illustrated literature distributed free of charge.
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guesrowr Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Justin Dailoy. .
The little daughter of Mrs. Mary
Scnall- fe" dwn stairs Saturday and
broke t.he bones iu hcr r'Sht arm uear
'iae wrui- "
Mrs. Alice Gregg returned to her
home Mondav evening after a three
eeKS- stay wnn uer sister, .Mrs. uucy
Beiuice Feaster. who is visit
ing in Nebraska, is quarantined with
scrlet fever. ,
Henry Krumlinda of near Milan is
visiting friends for a few days in
Reucl Roth has heen laid up with a
sprained hand for the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Gardner and son
James of Revere. Mo., who formerly
livcd here- arc Lere visiting friends
' Mrs- John Spickler and Mrs. Charles
Huntley and son Rwlliu went to-Rock
Island Sunday morning on the boat,
returning Monday eveniug.
Alden Burkett and wife of Osborn
are visiting relatives here for a few
days. -! -
Mrs. jAnnie Mounts returned home
from Cincinnati lat Wednesday.
Mrs. Susan Smith, who has been vis
iting friends in Rock Island the past
two weeks, returned home Monday ev
ening. . :
The box sociable at the school house -
last Friday evening was quite a suc
D. CLEM DEAVER, General Agent, .
LAKDSEEKESS" INFORMATION BUREAU,
13 Q Building, Omaha, Neb.
cess socially and financially,
All the news all the time The Argus.
fV chricne pnyone to produe
ease of Eexem. or other akin 4U
Wttt not cur.
i It Is the only sbsoiuts pan.ee for:
.11 btood diseases and skin eruptions.'.
ThouMOdg ol testimonials to enow
. Send (or photo, of recent cum.
Sold under absolute ouarantM, t
tmrx or money refunded.
' Not . single instance of (.flare. If
i you would bo cured jet It today.
. HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
- Sond for free illustrated booklet.
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