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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 21, 1909.
NEW& OF THE NEIGHBORS
Departs in Night. George Christo-j
polous, formerly conducted a shoe
shining parlor.' hat .cleaning works,
cigar stand,- billiard and . pool roam, I
Ct r off nt n tiQ IJ 'i l - i- rnnt K 11 1 nri I
V.f VO nAUJ Dlllbl Will. Ill',
row. He was there at 12 o'clock
Tuesday night. At daylight yesterday
morning he'was gone. So was every
thing in the place. After the rest of
George got busy and made a hasty
exit. The place . was turned topsy
turvey in the grand rush to get every
thing out. Yesterday a bill of sale w is
filed at the court house whereby the
entire stock is credited with being sold
to Gustav Kagin for $S75.
Grocery Clerks Organize. The gro
cery clerks and drivers of the city met
Tuesday night in Armory hall and
completed their organization of a un
ion, refusing to affiliate with the Dav
enport Retail Clerks' association al
ready organized. A committee from
the latter association waited upon th3
grocery clerks Tuesday night at their
meeting and asked them to come into
a new union but the grocery clerks
had received authority from the head
office of the union to go ahead and
organize and so they did. The union "moonlight" freight Wednesday even
is No. 1212. It will meet the firs'. jng above Erie held the evening pas
Tuesday in each month. The officers senger train back from Sterling until
were elected as follows: President, morning, the train crew getting no
Henry Wainackej first vice president. rest as lney n,a(je the turn and came
Joseph Cummings;. second vice presi- right back on tne m0rning run. -dent,
Martin Purcell; financial secre-, Mrs William Shenpard has rented
taiy and treasurer, George Miller; re- tne tenant house of Mrs. Rosa Walker
cording secretary, Edward Hughes; for a ghort Ume gne expects to ercct
guide, C. Kaiser. ja residence on her lot this summer.
' ... . . T .. Henry Entrikin has resigned his po
Both Wounded Men Die.-Jul.us H.'B,U the Hillsdale postoffice.
Peters, who was found unconscious Fre,ls -d brother Andreware
with a revolver shot wound in his head . K. fjnt.
ah viuci&ir una nevn.
Straw Products Fail. Notice re
ceived yesterday by Moline insurance
agents who have policies in force in
suring buildings of the Illinois Straw
Products company at Rock Falls, in
structs them to transfer these polici?s
to the Royal Trust company of Chi
cago, receivers for the concern. This
is the first intimation that the Rock
HOME OFFICE, - ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
HOPE THOMPSON, President. . H. A. AINSWORTH, Vice President.
STEWART GOODRELL, Secretary and General Manager.
PAUL KERSCH, 2nd Vice President. . C. W. LUNDAHL, Treasurer.
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vienna, W. Va. "I feel that I owe
the last ten years of my life to Lydia
IS. 1'iiikliam s v ege
Eleven years ago I
was a walking
shadow. I had been
under the doctor's
My husband per
suaded me to try
Lydia Is. lMnkham's
I - rS-? I pound ami it worked
L like a charm. Itre-
12- i&hl 2LiZj4 lieved all my pains
and misery. I advise all suffering
women to take Lydia K. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Emma
Whkaton, Vienna. W- Va.
Lydia K. IMnkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
nerbs. contains no narcotics or harm
ful drugs, and to-day holds the record
for the largest numlier of actual cures
of female diseases of any similar medi
cine in the country, ana thousands of
voluntary testimonials are on file in
the rinkham laboratory at Lynn,
Mass.. from women who have been
cured from' almost every form of
female complaints, inflammation, ul
ceration.displacements. fibroid tumors,
irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
indigestion and nervotis prostration.
Every such suffering woman owes it to
herself to give Lydia E. I'inkham'a
Vegetable Compound a trial.
If you would like special advice
about your case write a confiden
tial letter, to Mrs. Pink ham, at
Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free,
and always helpful. ,
iQ(.tr,iln aftornnnn l n mnnidtltflnltf
regained consciousness, but he did Grandma Wiggins house, west of town
not reveal the motive for his tragic a f101"1 d'stanc0- t J4l. ,
act. This he has carried with him to'- Lu's Bender has rented ,he farm
the grave. Peters was 30 years of age near tne Maplewood farm, occupied
and employed as a section timekeeper last 'ear Fred Brockman.
by the Rock Island road. He was sin-' Tom Cress is loading his car for
gle, and made his home with his Minnesota this week. Briars Brady
mother, Mrs. H..C Peters, 1S26 West will accompany them to look over the
Eighth street. Henry Jugenheimer. country.
Jr.. the young farmer who shot him- Friends have received news from
self at his home three" miles west of William Smith, who moved two weeks
LeClaire Monday, also died at Mercy ago to Minnesota, getting there dur
hospital. The body .was shipped back ing the cold snap, when the thermoni
to his home. Deceased was 31 years eter registered from 38 to 40 below
of age, and is survived by his wife and zero. Mr. Smith froze his ears, fin
two cnildren, his parents, and several gers and toes.
brothers and sisters. He was happily Mrs. Flanders Sanders died Friday
married, was prospering and had no evening at her home near Enterprise
serious troubles that the menibers'o! after years of great suffering. The
his family were aware of. Monday Iuneral was held Sunday morning from
neighbors joined with Mr. Juge.i- thc Baptist church. Rev. Mr. Edwards,
heimer in filling his ice house. He was a former pastor. having charge of the
packing the ice as it was passed up to serviccS- Burial (ook place ,n the Jobn
him by the others. Suddenly he. left L5pharat cemetery
his post without telling his friends, Mr and Mrg Frank Johnson were
where he was going A shot cMed to Carbon Cliff last week by tne
heard presently, and he was found ly- gB Qf their
mn. r . - thn irpAnti1 hntii'ann thA nr"in
, . . Alvin Frelis shipped a carload of fat
ary and the ice house. By his side
was his rifle
hogs and steers to Chicago the first
in an mount cemetery, aiea jeteraay , R moyed wepk from Falls concern has gone into the hands
morning at Mercy hospital. During it . .u'of a receivpr Tn u.h,t vtont Mniino
wiivr uiaitua alacii i i rniviv iw .mv . - -
men are involved is not known, but '.
is probable' that the new entanglement
means much to thc H. A. Barnard es
tate. Frank W. Gould invested fGO.
000 of funds of the Keyes estate of
which he was at that time trustee
in first mortgage bonds of the Straw
Products company. The investment
was not considered a safe one, and
through pressue brought to bear on
Mr. Gould he was force'd to dispose of
these bonds. They were finally sold
to a Chicago man, who took them on!y
after securing their indorsement by
Mr. Gould and Herman A. Barnard.
Whether the concern going into the
hands of a receiver will involve tho
Barnard estate further is not yet
Wrestling Card for Ling Boys. A
card of wrestling events will be staged
tomorrow evening by the East Moline
Athletic club at Noith western hall the
windup events to be a match between
Ed Sperry, one of the best mat men of
the Ling Boys' club of this city, and
an imported wrestler termed "The Un
known." The plan is to have the con
test catchtas-cateh-can. best two falls
out of three to decide supremacy. Roll
ing falls will not count and the too
hold is probably the only one that will
De oarrca. ine unknown' nans
from Delmar, Iowa, and is said o
have wrestled considerably with Far
mer Burns. Two preliminary matches
have been arranged. Block of Chicago
meeting McKinney of Rock Island in
the first bout, and Teats and Fields,
both of the city, being principals
the second event.
Eagles' Fair Feb. 13. Moline aerie
of Eagles has set the date for its win
ter fair. It will open in Turner hall
Saturday evening, Feb. 13, and con
tinue the following week, closing Sat
urday evening, the 20. Though the
fair is still more than three weeks off,
committees in charge are already hard
at work in -an effort to make this fair
the biggest success in the history of
DeJaeger.Starofsky.-A wedding of
much interest to many people of M-
line was that of Francis De.Iaeger and
Miss Anna Starofsky which too
place at 9 o'clock yesterday morning nt
the St. Mary's church. Father Kelly
officiating. The church was throngei
with friends of both parties. Well
known in this city and both of old and
well known families of Moline are the
bride and groom. Mr. De.Iaeger is the
popular east-end grocer. Miss Star
ofsky has until late been employed in
the office of Barnard & Leas. They
went to Chicago on their wedding trip
and on their return will go to house
keeping in the flat over the grocery
store of Mr. DeJaegcr
TT- init shot htmsolf in
of the week.
n I The revival services will continue
Complain of Car Service.-At the this week at Zuma and Enterprise,
meetinsr of the Davennort city council Good interest is shown at both places.
i-ict ovnninn- o rwHtir. fmm nook is. I Mrs. Bessie Entrikin visited over
land arsenal workmen, similar to those Sunday with her friend. Miss Sadie
offered in Rock Island and Moline, Scott, at Watertowu.
complaining of the street car service ! AIrs- Wilson of near Fenton Center,
to the island, was received and refer- Whiteside county, visited over Sunday
red to committee. Another matter of with her brother. E. L. Hanson.
interest taken up was the licensing of Mrs. William Dillon spent Friday
saloons which were closed on injunc- night near' Cordova at the home of
tions last. week. New licenses were her son Bert, who Is quite sick with
authorized in each case as soon as tho the measles. The children are recov-
applicants file bonds and otherwise cring from them
fulfill the provisions of the mulct law. ! Miss Faye Martin spent a few days
jlast week visiting friends in Port By
Obituary Record. The body of Hart- ron.
zel Fisher,' who died in Kansas City Mr. and Mrs. William Dillon enter
Saturday night, arrived here yesterdiy tained over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Josh-
and was buried in Oakdale cemetery, ua Dillon and Mrs. Elva Whiteside of
Mr. Fisher was a resident of Kansas ( Rock Island.
City. In 18S1 he married Miss Alice! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murama of Ne
Hartzel, daughter of the late Jonas braska spent Sunday and Monday at
Hartzel of Davenport. He is survived. tne home of Mrs Mumma's brother.
uy jus wue ana iwo sons, Horace -or William Dillon
., HIIU uomn oi ianaas nerman Sands drove to Coal Valley
, , 'Monday after a load of household
" m; v"u goods for Arthur Browning, who is
in Salt Lake City Jan. 14. arrived in
Davenport yesterday, accompanied by
deceased's wife, his brolhcr, George)
moving back to Hillsdale.
Eck " Nickerson has hired for this
...... . -ti-n:M t.
Neils of Davenport, and Miss All.r .
Niels of Salt Lake. Mr. Hunter's death L Earl 1,kinS f11 raOVe int th,C LeVl
was caused by a hemmorrhage of the Ronpe tenant house and work thls
year ior Mr. noppe.
Mr. Donnelly is sick with the grip.
brain. He was ill but four days prior
to his death. Mr. Hunter was 37 years
old. He was a mtive of Lancaster.
Pa. Tvo years ago he married -Miss-Maynie
Neils of Davenport. They left
here last May and went to Salt Lake,
where Mr. Hunter took charge of the
branch house of A. Booth & Co. at that
place. Besides his relatives here he
leaves an aged father and a sister -n
WE CAN CURE YOU
Kstabllsheil In Davenport 14 yearn
President of the Chicago Medical In
stitute. BEFORE you place your case In
vestigate here you get the benefit
of the combined skill and experience
of three I)ra. Walsh all eminent in
their profession covering 60 years
In the practice of medicine. Take
no chances ConHult the best.
DISEASES OF MEN with their far
reaching conaoqunces whether due
to early folly or later neglect is our
DISEASES OF THE BRAIN AND
NERVOUS SYSTEM causing men
tal depression, brain fag, loss of
vigor. A breakdown, mentally and
physically requires the best profes
sional attention uktn diseases, dis
eases of the stomach, liver and in
testines, diseases of the kidneys
The Dr. Walsh "No Risk" cure for
VARICOCELE has made the CHI
CAGO MEDICAL. INSTITUTE fa
mous. Particular people who Inves
tigate always come to ua. If you
can't come, write.
The ladies cleared about $10 at their
hard times sociable Tuesday evening.
The Fraternal Reserves are plan
ning for a supper and entertainment
to ba given Jan. 26 at the hall.
Frank Sheppard shipped a carload
of fat steers to Chicago last week. He
accompanied the consignment.
John Peterson and Gilbert Waters
were Chicago visitors last week.
Mrs. Frank Sheppard and children
are still in Moline at the home of her
sisters, the Misses Mahlburg. Mrs.
Sheppard has been quite sick, requir
ing the services of a trained nurse for
three weeks. She Is now, ableto be
up and around the house, but the chil
dren are now sick with the measles.
The men are reaping their ice har
vest this week
George Hill visited oVer Sunday
with his brother Walter in Rock Is
The household goods of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Ashdown were shipped the first
of the week to Nelson, Neb.
Mrs. Wesley Hudson and children
are visiting this week with relatives
Little Edna Conrad is quite sick.
Dolly Brandt is again sick.
Mrs. Ada Holmes and Miss Dena
Sellmer are sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ely of Mich
igan are visiting this week with Mrs.
Ely's sister, Mrs. Rachael Kempster.
Bert Kempster of Austin, Minn., Is
here for a short visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Kempster.
Frank P. Gillett and George Piatt
spent Thursday in Rock Island.
Miss Lena Attic, who has been vis
iting for some time in this vicinity
and at Buffalo Prairie with relatives,
departed Friday for Lone Tree, Iowa,
where she will visit before returning
to her home at St. Charles, Iowa.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Elizabeth
Fisher, wife of Charles M. Fisher, flag
man for the Rock Island road at Sev
A Little Care Will Save Many Mrck
Island Readers Future Trouble.
Watch the kidney secretions.
See that they have the amber hue
The discharges not excessive or in
Contain no "brick-dust like" Bed!
Doan's Kidney Pills will do this for
They watch the kidneys and cure
them when they're sick.
Herbert Hanson, of 417 Foitrth
street. Davenport, Iowa, says: "I suf
fered with disorderly kidneys for some
time. The most annoying sympton
was the irregularity of the kidney 8
ors. walsh, walsh
CHICAGO MEDICAL. INSTITUTE
124 W. Third St . Near Main tst.
Rooms 25 to 29, McCullough Bids.
Hours 10 to 13 non; S p. m. to
4:30 p. m.: 7 to 8:15 p. m. Sunday,
10:30- to 12 noon. No office hours
on Monday and Friday avenlnga, .-
Jtevival meetings are still in prog
ress at Zuma Methodist church.
Frank Ziegler sold a span of horses
at the Watertown horse sale last Sat
urday. There will be a box sociable at
Josliu Tuesday evening.
Misses Edna and Cora Cox are vis
iting with their aunt, Mrs. J. Johnson,
at Taylor Ridge for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook visited
with Mr. Cook's sister, Mrs. McKin
ney, of Le Claire recently.
Mrs. Cora Feiter visited recently
with her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Anth
ony Wells. .
Mrs. Lillie Michaels of Ottumwa,
Iowa, came last Tuesday to see her
husband, who has been seriously ill
with congestion of the brain.
There will be quarterly meeting at
Rose Hill next Sunday morning. Eld
er King will be present.
Jen Nichelsen, the tax collector of
STiima tiaa rnnntvoft blci bnnlra and la
Sunday in Hillsdale. v The B. Y. P. U. met Sunday even- tions and In a short time the pdns be- now ready to receive tax money and
. Friday morning William Cain's house ing. The leaders were Miss Bessie gan to disappear, the secretions b give receipts.
caught on fire near the roof around Anderson and Dee Morse. The next came regular and after continuing i
thA rhlmnpv hut waa pxtinffnishprl hv I meeting will be held Sundav evenine. their tisn for nhnnt month I was com-1 wuick rciict ior nncumanom. -
neitrhhors. who miicklv gathered. Mr.'Jan. 31. The leaders will be the Dletelv cured I can hlzhlv recommend! George W. Koons, Lawton, Mtch
Cain and son were on their way tOiM,S8cs Nola Gillett and Nora Klelst,
Hillsdale, so were not at home until
all. danger was over.
George Scott of Watertown spent
Sunday in Hillsdale.
Joe Nussbaum, Dan Foster, Philip
The ice is good, and Nussbaum, Guy Foster, and Mr. Wil-
about 13 inches thick. Iliamson of Peoria were visitors at the
Mrs. John Cooley returned to her D. A. Kleist home Saturday,
home in Hillsdale last week from Erie.j William Kleist and Miss Ellen Fos-
n'hero chn has hpnn ihn naat ffiw ter visited Rnndnv at tha linma rf Mt
i m-e h nocc'tnd Mr 1 pvoiao. r,t io a - through my shoulders and loins.
,i ... K..i i,.o rrAn 'rtor t,o - In the morning when I arose. I would
Friday evening Mrs. Cooley was called. Misses Agnes and Alice Gillett spent rC7mebte,y "jLjJi;
. vi i r.ik.u Qm.Hov .-th Mono ,..toii,r I ov;r' "Iuu. l nese sjropr.ons Kepi
t J MZJl IU IU 11. lf UUI OC I O J UIU1 , wuuuhj ik. i a.1 iiiuo CI1U ICiailTVO 111
who is quite sick. Rock. Island. ' '
Mrs. E. L. Williams of Erie visited Mr.' and Mrs. D. L. Ripley of Wray-' rvRMana nn ,l4Ml ramnAta t
a few days last week in Hillsdale with ville returned home Friday after visit- was advised by a friend to try Doan's
relatives. ' ing for a short time with-relatives in 1 Kldnev Pilla inrt nrnrpd hnr 1
Miss Clara Mercer of Erie spent. Iowa. - tooi. thftm ltr.pnTAant.p wuu direc-
cretions. which were too frequent in
passage. I was unable to control them
and this caused me much annoyance
at night, breaking up my sleep
suffered with paius across my back
H. A. AINSWORTH,
President Moline Savings Bank. Mo
lin. 111.; also Ires. Williams-White
Mfp. Co.. Moline. 111.; Vice Pres.
ttie Northern Iife Ins. Co.
W. A. ROSENFIEL.D,
Pros. Moline Wason Co.f'also Vice
Pres. Rock Island National Bank.
FRANK W. MUELLER.
I'res. Mueller Lumber Cp., Daven
Tros. Peoples National Bank, Rook
Island, 111.: also Pres. Des Moines
Brewing Co. -
' - PAUL KERSCH,
Insurance.' Rock Island. 111.: 2nd Vice
Pres. the Northern Life Ins. Co.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
M. A. PATTERSON.
A. G. T. A., Rock Island System.
C. W. LUNDAHL.
Cashier Peoples Savings Bank & Trust
Co., Moline, 111.; Treas.JS'orthern
Life Ins. Co.
E. II. RYAN, '
Capitalist, Davejiport, Iowa.
Insurance Expert; for 14 yenrs Insur
ance Commissioner. State of Iowa;
Sec'y and Gen. Manager thc
Northern - Life Ins. Co.
J. B. SMALLEY.
Division Superintendent Rock Island
System. Davenport, Iowa.
J. HENRY KRAUSE.
Cashier Krause Savings Bank,
AGENTS WANTED 310-311
' DR. A. H. ARP.
Medical Director, the Northern Life
Ins. Co.. Moline. 111.
Insurance.. Moline, III.
J. W. SIMONSON.
Pres. Port Byron State Hank. Iort
DR. P. H. WESSEU
Director in every Bank in Moline, 111.
G. F. HEIN'TZ.
Merchant, Quincy, 111.
The Inter-Ocean, Chicago. -
the Northern Life Ins. Co.
enteenth street crossing, passed away
Tuesday night at the home, 518 Four
teenth street. Mrs. Fisher had been ill
for several years with Bright's dis
ease. She was born in Auburn, ti. Y.,
and was 53 years of age. She came to
Moline with her husband four years
ago. The husband and one daughter.
Helen M., survive. Mrs. Fisher also
leaves three sisters. Mrs. Delia Mc-
Leod of Rock Island, Miss Mary Boylo
of Evanston and Miss Kate Boyle in
California, and a brother, MIchaei
Boyle, in Arlington, 111. The remains
were taken to Arlington for interment.
Moline friends are pained by re
ceipt of news of the death at Alham
bra, Cal., last Friday, of. Frank G.
Hopper, who until about a year and
a half ago was purchasing agent-and
assistant trade manager for the Mo
line Plow company, and made his
home with his family at Twenty-thirJ
street and sixth avenue. 'He wa:
obliged to give up his position here
and go to California when attacke
by tuberculosis, which was the cause
of his death. He lived in Moline some
thrae years. Mr. Hopper loaves-his
widow and a son - the latter 5 or 0
years of age.
The Eastern Star will give a box
sociable Wednesday evening, Jan. 27.
Mrs. George Herbert has been quite
sick the past week.
The many friends of Miss Louisa
Daxon will be glad to know she is Im
proving so as to be able to be about
Miss Josephine Strohmeier of Rock
Island visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Strohmeier Sunday.
The. Baptist dinner at Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Johnson's was well attended.
There were C5 people at the dinner.
The next dinner will be at Mr. and
Mrs. Will Stuart's the second Thurs
day in February.
Mrs. Delos Hounes, who was. con
fined to the house for three days last
week, is able to be out again.
Hays Britton and his cousin, Mr.
Piatt, of Drury, spent Saturday and
Sunday with Hays' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .Ia;nes Britton.
There was a surprise party last Wed
nesday evening at the home- of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Hoffer. Tuesday wai
Mrs. Hoffer's birthday and Thursday
was Mr. Hoffer's. About 40 guests
were present and a nice' supper was
Mrs. James Brittom, . who has beeu
suffering the past week with neuralgia
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of more work, worry, lost time.
delayed statements more ex
pense than all other forms of miscal
culation combined. If the 1
did nothing but eliminate these errors
it would be worth many times its cost "
to any business. But It does mora.
It cuts the time of listing in half, in
creases the efficiency of your book
keepers, Insures prompt statements
and trial balances, etc
The Universal will handle figures
faster.easier, more accurately, neater
and keep on doing so longer and more
economically than old style machines
which do not possess its many advan
tages, I. e.: A carriage that permits
the printing of regular or irregular
columns any distance apart .on the
same sheet; totals and subtotals in
red; paper roll, carriage, counter and
register in plain view of operator, and
We solicit the opportunity of
demonstrating to you on jomr
work, in yeur office, at our ex
pense, the proof of our claims.
Forest H. Montgomery, District Sales
Agent, Suite 1834-1S3C, Commercial Na
tional Bank Building, Chicago, IU.
Universal Adding Machine company,
St Louis. Branch offices in all prin
Doan's Kidney Pills as being all says: "Dr. Detchon s Relief for
they are represented, a safe and sure Rheumatism has given my wife won
cure for all forms of kidney disease.-. derful benefit for rheumatism. She
Plenty more proof like this from'cou'a u" Dan r loot, naa to be
TALK IT OVER
and you'll be convinced that it's better to have all your bills In one
place and have only one place to pay, than to owe one or a dozen
bills and have to pay out nearly every dollar you earn in order to
pay a little on each bill every payday. i
Let us pay your bills. WVll loan you the money. You can pay :
all your bills and repay us in monthly payments to suit your income.
By this plan you have paid bills that, you could not have paid In
any other way you rid your mind of -orry you can use and enjoy
your earnings, and you soon get out of debt. Talk it over tonight.
Call and talk it over with us, or phone or write, and we'll call.
Mutual Loan Company
People's National Bank Building; Room 411. Old Phone Wni 122;
New S1M. Open Wednesday and Saturday Nlghta.
Who's Your Dentist?'
We all go to
CAUSE, "IT OONT HURT A OIT.
1715 Second Ave,, London Building.
Bad Stomach Trouble Cured. "
" Having been sick for the past two
years with a bad stomach trouble," a Rock Island people. Call at Harper lifted for two months. She began the
f rinn vnvo tvia o Asms rknmKA ' . ' nca rt ifiA rAmorlv and tmnrnvof ranlrl
Miss Bertha Johnson nf Ertp viitd . . 7 - woo w vuauiuci- House pflarmacy ana aSK wnai cue- j .-".".-v i-.v.-
... LT- IL- 7, .;!r Ialn Stomach and Liver Tablets, tomera renort. i ly- On Monday she could not move
They did me so much good that I For sale by all dealers. Price 50 and on Wednesday she got up and
bought a bottle of them and have used 'cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buff a-' dressed herself and walked out for
u ootties in all. Today I am -well of i0, N. Y., sole agents for the United her breakfast- Sold by Otto Grot-
States. jan, laui secona avenue, kock island ;
over. Sunday, with her sister, Mrs.
Charles Weimer. ' v
Edward Sands visited Sunday, with
his uncle, William Sands, at his borne
in Geneseo. .
a Dad Stomach tronhln. Mm. .Trthn
Lowe,-Cooper, Maine. These 'tablets
A wreck of one of the. carB of the J are for sale by all druggists.
Tksro l& uaty ono .
Similarly- named moediei aometimes
Remember the name Doan's and Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second u wmTE packase with buck
take no Other. 6treet, Davenport. - . and red lettering, and bean the signature of