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JTHE ARGUS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1909.
I NEWS : OF THE NEIGHBORS
To Build New Garage. Work is to
be commenced on the erection of i
new garage, which is planned to be
the best in the state of Iowa. The
garage is to be built by C. A. Ficke for
the P. C. Petersen Auto company on
the southwestern corner of Main
etreei and the alley between Sixth
and Fifth streets. The building will
foe 90 feet deep and CO, feet wide, tho
rear 30 feet being 10 feet wider than
the front. The structure will be one
story in height and built of brick
throughout. The front will be of press
ed brick and the floor of cement.
There will be a reception room and
the office and store rooms will be in
separate rooms. The construction of
the new garage is to commence imme
diately so that the auto company will
occupy the place on about April. 15.
Break Open Street Showcase. Who
ever it was that burgled the display
case in the entrance of the Lloyd fur
nishing store, on Brady street Tues
day kight, is well supplied with fur
caps and fur gloves. The stolen prop
erty is valued at $75 There were
eight caps and 12 pairs of gloves. The
glass display case is stationed in tho
center of the entrance. Besides the
missing articles there were several
caps of cheaper grades in the case.
These were left behind. The case was
entered by breaking off the lock on
the door. The night watchman states
that he passed the store at 11:30 and
would have noticed the burglary had it
occurred before that time. His next
trip was at midnight. It was then
that he discovered the burglary.
May iAdd Park to City. At the regu
lar monthly meeting of the Davenport
Shooting association held Tuesday eve
ning at Turner hall, a discussion was
had as to the advisability of seeking
to have Schuetzen park included In
the city limits, and the matter turned
over to the board of trustees with
i-owor to act.
Another School Broken Open. The
Monroe school house on West Third
street was broken into Tuesday night
and the same manner of mischief
which has been done at the other
schools, that have frequently been en
tered of late, was perpetrated there.
Books were taken 4 from the desks in
practically all the rooms and strewn
about the floors. ' Pencils and pen
knives and several small sums f
money were taken. The loss is small
but the entire building was thrown
into disorder. Entrance was affected
by tearing off a screen from a base
ment window and breaking the pane
of the window. Almost every one of
the public schools of the city have
been entered during the past year and
this same havoc wrought. At the old
high school building, which is now the
Lincoln school, about $500 worth of
plumbing was carried off. The school
board has now offered a reward of $50
for the arrest and conviction of the
perpetrators of this trouble. There is
no clue as yet as to the identity of
the guilty ones, but a determined ef
fort will be made to put an end to the
Obituary Record. The remains of
Mrs. Gus Wiese, a former resident cf
this city, who died in Chicago, arrived
this morning, and the funeral took
place at 2 o'clock- in the afternoon
from the Itunge undertaking rooms on
West" Third street. Interment wi;
in Oakdale cemetery.
Mrs. Margaretha E. Outzen, aged
years, died Tuesday afternoon at
o'clock at the home on Rockingham
road. The survivors are her husband,
Hans, and her children, Conda, Jer
ome, Gladys, Norman and Enita.
Mrs. Rosalea J. Kolterman died
Tuesday evening in her home at 1407
Liberty street, at the age of 81 years.
She is survived by her husband, Carl
H. Kolterman, and her daughters.
Mrs. Anna Lahner and Mrs. Howard
1809 The .Lincoln Centenary 1909
ncoisi as a
Storv Teller I:
Part Second Creanv of His
Anecdotes Brigadiers Ver
sus Horses Koosier and Gin
gerbread 'As Phraacniaker
XC time a
foreign consuls tut
out of the port of
Charleston and re
mained outside for
T h e Charleston
claimed that ac
cording to inter
national law the
blo'ikadc was bro
ken ' and could
thereafter be dis
looked into the
there was noth
ing in the claim
and illustrated hU
view of the case
It Is very much
BE as it a man had
neen hooped up
tlsht In a. hogshead
and should contrive In some way to knock
the bung out and then issue a proclama
tion through the hunghole that ho was
free. He wouldn't be loose, would he?
When Mr. Lincoln bevame prominent
in Republican politics In Illinois one
of his old Whig friends upbraided him
for having gone In with ".them aboli
tionists." This frieud said he had
come all the way to Springfield to find
why lie had dona it. Mr. Lincoln
evaded nn argument and satisfied the
old Whig by nn Inevitable and charac
teristic story: -
You and I are like the boy and the
tanner. A country to;- ran oft to the city,
lie walked all day and came to the out
skirts of a small town. The first build
ing' he encountered was a tannery, and
By James A. Edgerton
Copyright. HK)9. by the
American Press Association
J.OOSE, WOL'LD IIE?
When It Is Dyspepsia,
You'll Know It
To Have School Election. In com
pliance with petitions now in circula
tion, a special election will be called
to vote on a proposition to take parts
of school districts Nos. 38 and 44 into
the Moline school district, known offi-
Frltz C." J. C. Goellnitz of 202G Bond ' cifyh as dstrfct No- 4ft" The territorv
street died yesterday. His death came, r ? V l'aiL UI
after an illness of three weeks. Mr. 'L1 BCh?1 J1?1 is already a Part
ui ine cuy or aionne. At a meeting
Goellnitz was hnrn iir- Rrnnmshfir
Germany. March 4, 1859. He was ma--of th,e bard., of ucation Tuesday
ried in 1882 and Oct. C of the sama .evening President A. M. Beal and Sec
year came to Davenport. He went toetarv, were authorized
work at the glucose plant soon after
and remained there 2C years. He is
survived by his wife, Sophia, his
daughters, Mrs. Alvina Tiessen and
Alfrida Goellnitz; his sons, Herman
and Harry; his sisters, Mrs. Ida Lor
raine and Mrs. Frederiecke Behnings,
and his brothers. Christian Goellnitz
and Louis Goellnitz of Sunbury, Iowa.
Dr. W. L. Eddy returned home Sun
day morning from Ocean View, N. J.,
where he had been called by the ser
ious illness of his mother.
J. Bowman, who was badly hurt by
fall while at his work about two
weeks ago, is again able to be around.
The many friends of Dale Smith are
pleased to welcome him among them
again after his long confinement.
Mrs. Clara Cropper entertained
Mrs. Charles Ruge and daughter, Ruth,
That's different from Indigestion. You may experience the
first symptoms of Indigestion without knowing what they
really portend. Kodol, however, prevents Dyspepsia by
providing for complete digestion.
Una and Prances Cullen Thurs-
to call this special election.
Arrange for Primary. The village
board of Watertown has provided for
the holding pf a primary election
March 9 to nominate tickets for th?
village election the second Tuesday
in April. Only three trustees are to
be elected this. year. The members
of the board whose terms expire are: 1
Henry Hilberg, S. P. Cosner and J. W.
To Form Athletic Club. Stewart
ville young men will organize an ath
letic club at Meckling's jiool room to
morrow evening. There has been quite
a demand for such a cfub on the south
side, and the agitation has culminated
in a call for a meeting. The plan is
to establish headquarters in the Brown
building and to maintain a gymnasium.
1 baseball and football teams in the ap
Silvis Drops Music. At the meeting
of the school board of Silvis Tuesday
evening. Progressive dominoes! evening It was decided to drop the
great "curiosity, "and just then the tanner
came out of another door. "What is it.
boy? What do you want?" he asked. I
"Nuthin'." said the boy, "only I was won-
derin' how that ROldarnod cat got through
that hole and what It went In for."
The president ofteu joked about tht
number of brigadier generals he was
making. To a gentleman who was one
day urging the appointment cf another
Lincoln objected that there were al
ready more generals than they knett
what to do with. The visiter still In
nisted, whereat Lincoln. said:
Now. look here, you are a farmer, 1
believe. Suppose you had a large cattle
yard full of all sorts of cattle cows. oxen,
bulls and you Kept killing and disposing
of your cows and oxen, but took good
care of your bulls. . By and by you would
ir.l that you had nothing but a yard full
of old bulls, good for nothing under heav
en. Now. it will be just so- with the
army if I don't stop making brigadier
Auother time it was reported that
a detachment of cavalry and a youth
ful brigadier from New York bad been
captured. Mr. Lincoln said he was
eorry to lose the horses.
"What do you mean'!" he was asked.
"Why," be rejoined, "I can make a
brigadier any day', but those horses
Despite the brilliancy of Senator
Charles Sumner, he was cordially dis
liked by Tresident Lincoln. In the
early part of the war Sumner, Wade
and Thad Stevens pestered the pa
tient Lincoln much on the subject of
emancipation, for which be was not
ready at that time. One day, glancing
out of the window, he saw the trio ap
proaching and remarked to a visitor
that It reminded him of an Incident of
his school 'days. Ills class had been
trying to pronounce the names of
Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego and
had finally succeeded. The teacher
was played. Miss Cullen carrying off
the prize. Dainty refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Mrs. T. U Kennedy of Rock Tsland
visited Wednesday .afternoon with her
sister, Mrs. Charles Ruge.
The Christian Endeavorers of thi
Presbyterian church will have char?';
of the regular evening service hour,
Sunday, Feb. 7. They are arranging
for quite an elaborate program whlcu
will consist of speeches and vocal
and instrumental music.
Mrs. Butlin, who has been suffering
with rheumatism for the past six
weeks, is slowly Improving.
Mrs. Eliza Caldwell or Independence,
Iowa, is visiting with her daughter.
Mrs. H. L. Franing, who has been suf
fering for the past two weeks with tin
Mrs. James Lafferty, who went to
Nebraska some time ago on account
of ill health, will return in the near
future to the home of her mother.
Mrs. Harry Dack of South Heights
spent Saturday with her sisters, the
Misses Belle and Grace Weaver.
Miss Anna McQuaid has resigned
her school at East Moline and. will ac
cept a position as head .saleslady with
Miss Byrnes of Rock Island.
The Social club met with Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Dibbern last Saturday evening.
Grandma Zahn celebrated her 80th
birthday last Saturday.
Miss Belle Weaver is sick this week.
Mrs. Clara Cropper spent Tuesday
afternoon with her cousin. Miss Lu'u
Carroll of Rock Island.
Where there is complete and perfect digestion
there is, of course, no room for dyspepsia. And
It is. for various reasons, more satisfactory to pre
vent dyspepsia than to attempt to cure it. Fact
is. you must depend upon Nature for a cure,
and Kodol assists Nature.
Nature will cure a Blck stomach quicker than
any medicine in the world If you give Nature a
chance. But Nature cannot cure the stomach
while the stomach is overworked. That Is im
possible. In order to be cured the stomach must rest.
That is the point. And that is what Kodol Is for
to rest the stomach. It digests every particle
of feed for the ctomach, bo that the stomach has
nothing to do but get well. Then It gets well.
You would be surprised if you knew how many
rcrsona have indigestion. And, of' course, most
of them have dyspepsia, ultimately if they neg
loct tho indigestion. Then Nature Is in urgent
reed of assistance. And nervous dyspepsia is a
terrible thiDg to those afflicted with it. .
Kodol supplies this assistance just the same as
in the early stages of indigestion. But more time
and more rest arc required for Nature to effect a
cure. It is best not to wait until one gets dys
pepsia. Nearly all classes of people are subject to in
digestion. Healthy appearance outwardly is no
indication of a healthy stomach. Neither are
sound muscles any safeguard against an unbetdthy
The Indications of digestive derangement are
bloated feeling, gnawing pain ta the pit of the
stomach, sourness of . stomach, betrfrlng of gM
and nauseating fluid, heartburn (so-called), dV
arrhoetic condition, headaches, dullness and lassi
tude, etc When you experience airy at these, joa
Kodol is a digester of unquestkned merit. Un
questioned, because one cannot question the merit
of a thing that does all It Is chUmed to do, or
was intended to do. Kodol does this. It cast
pletely digests all food. That is ail that Is re
quired, because Nature does the rest.
Eat what you want, let Kodol digest tt. To
don't have to take Kodol all the time. Tou only
take Kodol when you need it.
Go to your druggist today and get a dollar
bottle, and if after using the entire bottle you can
honestly eay you have reeetred no benefits from
it, return the bottle to the druggist and he will
refund year money to you without question or de
lay, and we will pa7 the druggist the price of th
bottle purchased by you.
. Don't hesitate, every druggist knows car guar
antee Is good.
This offer applies to the large bottle only and
to one in a family. The dollar bottle rmtatna 2
tidies 33 much as the fifty wnt bottle.
Kodol is prepared at the laboratories of E. C
DeWitt & Co, Chicago.
through the hole of Hie door p.otruded j was not satisfied, but insisted on a
the tail of it cat which was used as a ' ,,.,,, . T . .
latchtrin& The bov siod-1 to cvo it with repetition, beginning with Lincoln,
I wno was at me neaa oi tne class.
, Thereupon the small boy at the foot
When yonr Watch Stops
You cannot make tt go by shaking tt. X
hen the bowels are
constipated you can
disturb them with
cathartics but, like
the watch, they will
not be able to do
their allotted work
until they are put
into proper condi
tion to do it. i
One cannot mend
a delicate piece of
mechanism by vio
lent methods, and
X no machine made by man is as fine X
as me numan body.
. The use of pills, 6alts, castor-oil
and strong cathartic medicines id
the violent method. The use of
the herb tonic laxative.
is the method adopted by Intelll-
constipation, skin diseases all are
benefited immediately by the use
of this medicine. .
' Druecrists 6ell it at 25c. and 50c.
began to cry. When asked what was
the matter he . blubbered, "Don't you
see them three cusses are coming this
way again?" : .
In the darkest and most troublesome
days of the war a sympathetic friend
remarked to Mr, Lincoln:
"This being jiresldent Isn't all It Is
cracked up to be, is it?"
"No," said Lincoln. "I feel some-
"tlmes like the Irishman who after be
ing ridden on a rail said, 'Begorry, If It
wasn't for the honor av th' thing I'd
rather walk.' "
This recalls another Btory of the
dr.rk days when one generous soul
Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCaw were
visiting in Rock Island Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Badham and daughter,
Mable, of Iowa are visiting with Mrs.
Badham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Bowes, a few days.
Miss Mollle Rahn was calling in
Rock Island Tuesday.
Ellis Rouse was in Rock Island
Margie Huber and brother, Ed, have
been very sick the past week with
Andrew McConell went to Daven
port Saturday and returned Tuesday.
There were six carloads of stock ship
ped from Taylor Ridge Tuesday.
Hattie Dean of Milan visited over
Sunday with her friend, Etta Roberts.
O. L. Brunerbf Rock Island was :n
Taylor Ridge Tuesday.
Miss Cora Hofer was visiting in
Rock Island Monday.
Mrs. James Mowes was called to
music course from the high school on
account of lack of interest.' The board
secured the services of an instructor
in the person of Professor Burney
Alzeno of Connersville, Ind., some
weeks ago hut the pupils have not
seemed to be much interested.
Light Month at Silvis. Silvis shop3
payroll for January will be lighter
than it nas been since June. 190S. The
payroll at that time was only $:59,uO;),
and $48,000 are the figures for Jan
uary. In June the chops were running
only about half time, and they wer.'
idle several days last month which ac
counts for the falling off In the payroll.
The shops did not begin work till Jan
uary 4 after (he New Year's holidays,
losing two week days at that time.
They were also shut down three days
last week. It must he remembered
too. that the shops are running only
eight hours at the present time.
Y. M. C. A. Contest Closes. A one
sided boys' membership contest ended
at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday evening,
the Red Side, captained by Arvid Ny
line, winning with CO points, from the
Blue Side, captained by Edgar Child.
The losing team secured , but 19 points,
not as many as one member of the
winning team secured individually
Glenn Trevor of the Reds carried off
individual honors, scoring 20 points
and winning first prize, a complef
gymnasium suit. An oyster supper will
be served at 6 o'clock next Tuesday
evening for the winning team.
Mrs. Ainsworth's Mother Dead.
Mrs. Charles H. Ainsworth has receiv
ed a telegram from her father, the
Rev. G. G. Perkins, at Daytona, Fla.,
announcing the death of her mother
Monday evening of paralysis. The
news coins to Moline friends as some
what of a shock, although Mrs. Per
kins has been in feeble health for a
couple of years, and had already suf
fered a couple of slight strokes. She
had spent the last two winters in
Florida, going rather early this year,
owing to her growing feebleness and
her inability to withstand the severe
weather. Five children survive with
the husband: A son in Tacoma, Wash ,
four daughters, Mrs. Kimball, Lincoln,
Neb.. Mrs. Kennedy. Chicago. Mrs.
St. Clair. Marshalltown, Iowa, Mrs.
Chailes Ainsworth and Miss Emliy
Perkins of thi? city. Miss Perkins hav
ing been with her mother at Daytona
when the end came. The telegram, in
an additional clause, said a letter
would follow, and further particulars
will be given then. It is thought that
the remains will be placed in a vault
in Daytona until spring, when they
will probably be brought to Moline.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound Cured Her.
Willimantic, Conn. "For five years
I suffered untold agony from female
troubles, causing backache, irregulari
ties, rfizrinpati artct nortmntt Tirietro
Rock Island the first part of the week. tion. It was impossible for me to
Miss Ella Blaser came over from
Reynolds to spend a few days at home.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chambers and
daughter are visiting at the home of
Joseph Jones in Kansas a few weeks.
PACE TOO FAST FOR HIS KNEE
"Squire" Thorpe of Dairy Returns from
Chicago Sporting a Cane.
"Squire" Thorpe of Drury came to
town today, having 'just returned from
6 ;c '
on the way. I
tried three differ
ent doctors and
each told me some-
1 thing different. I
received no benefit
from any of them,
but seemed to suf
fer more. The last
doctor said noth
ing would restore
my health. I began
Chicago, where he went with a carload S111? E. Pinkham's Vegetable
,.-,..',, . . ... . . Compound to see what it would do,
of fat steers. The pace he followed In and f am restored to my natural
the windy city was evidently a trifle health." Mrs. Etta Donovan, Box
swift for a man of his age, for he was 299, Willimantic, Conn.
carrying a big Stick to help out a diS- Thn nucepsa of T.vHia V. Ttn-kham'a
(nisi to th TirKhlAnK wtfh clnro '.v.j 1 ..., , "i,: n " 1. "'j.Ti" . . ucr! l piVBCui.
" auicu iviiee, . naving oeen away irom v egetauns iompounu, maueiromroois
and heartfelt words of praise. Lin- home for several days, the squire was and herbs, is unparalleled. It may be
coin thanked him cordially and re- U ... t tt used with perfect confidence bv women
Harry Crinigan of LaSalle, 111., is a
guest at the Phelps home.
Thomas and Edward Willetts have
returned from Kewanee, where they
spent the past three days.
Patrick Cunningham has returned
from a week's sojourn in Chicago
Miss Stella Whitmarch arrived in
Silvis Tuesday for a visit of several
weeks at the home of her brother.
Miss Mannix of Bradford, III. ar
rived in Silvis Tuesday, where she will
be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Omar
George Pike Is ill at his home with
a touch of the grippe
Richard Walsh, who has been a vic
tim of the grip for the past few days.
has recovered and is able to be about
Mrs. Harry Hill and son, Willis, de
parted Tuesday for Wyoming, 111., to
attend Mrs. Hill's brother, Mark Shep-
pard, who is dangerously ill.
The S. O. N. club will be the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruff next
Tuesday evening. The club has deter
mined to meet but once every two
weeks, instead of weekly as has been
Several ladies from Silvis attended
the meeting of the G. I. A., which was
held at Engineers' hall. Rock Island,
Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon 3
entertainment, which was in charge ef
Mesdames J. L. Williams and Judd
Penney,, both of Moline, proved very
delightful. The ladles spent the af
Owing to the frequent fires In the
town, due as all believe to Incendiar
ism, a number of secret service men
have been added to the police depart
ment in the village.
Little Ethel Sleefh is suffering from
an attack of measles and bronchitis.
Little Doris Ferguson has recovered
very nicely from her recent attack of
Chester Korb, the 3-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Korb, is sick.
A number of the English speaking
ladies of St. Mary's Belgian Roman
Catholic church in East Moline cou
vied Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Richard Walsh and
fromed a benevolent sociely for the
church, to be known as St. Elizabeth's
Sodality. The society is mainly to
raise funds with which to lift the
church debt There are about 25 meuv
evening lei). I. .Miss (jiara .Masters
was initiated into the club the same
evening. Miss Gibson served lunch
after the meeting.
Thomas Conville a former resident
of Cable but lately of Blue Grass, Iowa,
was in Sherrard and Cable last week
on business ana snaKing nanus wn:i
his old friends.
Miss Bell Stevens, who has been a
bookkeeper in Moline the last two
months, returned to her home in Sher
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson of
Reynolds came Tuesday for a visit of
two or three weeks with Mrs. Wilson's
I.areuts, Mr. and Mis. Mike Grady.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhode returned
home Wednesday after attending the
funeral cf Mr. Rhode's-father at Coal
Mrs. H. E. Suulow returned home
Thursday after a few week's visit with
relatives at Detroit. Mich.
Albert Johnson of Washington. Iowa,
who has been visiting with his uncle,
Ed Bloomquist at Rural, was called
home on account of the serious illness
of his mother. Mr. Bloomquist accom
panied him home, Mrs. Johnson being
his sister.. Siie died last Wednesday
and Mr. Bloomquist remained for the
Miss Mabel Sherrard was shopping
in Rock Island Wednesday.
The home talent play which was
given here Monday evening was well
attended. It was called the "Nevada
Mine." It brought in ?115.
Tuesday was election day for the
miners, to elect their president an l
other delegates to the state convention
of the United Mine Workers.
Fred Gregg of Coal Valley was here
shaking hands with his old friends
Monday and Tuesday.
court at the beginning of each term
on the condition of Denton, as he does
in the case of Mrs. Mary McKinney
of Aledo, found insane when tried for
cruelty toward Stella Grady. '
INSANE MURDERER CONFINED
Frank Denton of Peoria Placed at
Watertown After Trial.
Frank Denton, committed from Peo
ria where he was found insane in a
trial for murder, was placed at Water
town hospital yesterday by Sheriff
Hines of Peoria county. Superintend
ent W. E. Taylor of the hospital will
be expected to make a report to the
By Simple Change to Right Food.
When a-little human machine or a
large one) goes wrong, nothing is so
important as the selection of food
which will bring it around again.
"The doctor, and I also." writes an
Illinois woman, "consiJer that we owe
the life of my little four year-old niece,
to Grape-Nuts food.
From the time cf her berth herstom
ach was so weak she could not digest
milk or any food we could thing of,
although we tried about all the infant
focds known. The doctor gave me no
hope called the trouble intesnital
"At 18 months the child could barely
sit alone, her body was sgr weak, and
her brain did ndt'seem'lo be properly
"One day, having some trouble with
my gtomach, I brought home a pack
age cf Grape-Nuts and started to use
it. The thought came to me that a
very little of the food made soft by
cream might be good for the little one.
VI gave her some Grape-Nuts thus
prepared and she roon became so fond
of it that she would reach out her littl-?
thin hands and cry at the sight of a
saucer with a spoon in it.
"She ate Grape-Nuts not only in the
morning, but at night also and since
the first has never missed a day. She
is now, at four years, a strong, healthy
child with a good straight back, fine
bones, and firm muscles. Her mind is
bright also. k
"We stopped all medicine, so wr
know that it was Grape-Nuts and not
medicines that saved her."
Name given by Postum company.
Battle Creek, Mich. .Read "The Roai
to Wellville," in packages. "There's
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true and full of human
A Confidential Talk
With me may save your teeth ; and
-IT DONT HURT A BIT."
1715 Second Ave., London Building.
marked that ho did not rwelve t r:' -w.... -
mnnv .m mmniin,nr. Th, Z lu.nable reca" any grievance against mati0n ulceration, fibroid tumors, ir- Harry Sudlow and J. U Vernon of
- 1 tha trT I rno hut oafrl uthnn V - 1-f f If . 1 sjj j 3 i . . . .
of the best and most noDuIar - regularities, penouic pains, Dacitacne, Aledo were in kock isiana 1
e characteristic Lincoln anec- pessary to keep red and green bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indi- Thursday.
There is. nly ono
Thai is -
Similarly named remedies unraetlmos
deceive. This first and original Cold Tablet
Is a WHlTi: PACUAGC with black
and red lettering, and bear tho signAture ot
of all the
Arto- . ..nghts burning to show wayfarers gesuon, cuzziness, or nervous prosira- r a s.amnelson entertained anlte a
. . ... 'wher tf atrikn tho lnwor hrlilro oiimu tlOn, I , . ,v,no ot
vne aay in Indiana a long- legged , .... ',. ' nuraoer 01 pumitoi mcmucio
Hoosier appeared with a great chunk of Copperas creek. The pump into Xhe For tMrtyyears Lydia E. Pinkham 8 ner Monday.
gingerbread which ha u lniliiifriaiiiiv TtJit 9. A Vegetable Compound has been the ... V , .
stuffing, into hi. mouth with both hands. ed hnutW wat .t m ov- standard remedy for female ills, ana "ff U , , , , ,
The boy., camo around and laughed loud- hoisting water at one stroke sufIerina WOmeri owe it to themselves assisting Mrs. Frank Fullert of Orion in V
ly but ho of tho gingerbread paid, not tho an wnd. at the next, and at about , to at least give this medicine a trial, her housework the last four weeks, re-
continued hufeast unui it wmi bom. sirKe m nsn cioggea op- 1'root is abundant that it has cured turned to her home Monday;
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wheat in the bay looking fine.
not cure you?
Phllathea club at her home Tuesday
' The Great Swedish Family Remedy
is the most powerful Gem Destroy-'
er known. A non-poisonous Anti.
septic and Invigorating. Tonic. Heals
like magic all kinds of sores and
wounds, skin diseases; removes
dandruff, corns, cures catarrh of the
nose, throat, stomach : Btrencthens
weak lungs. Relieves all pains. Used externally or taken internally
or at Ixhalant. 60c a bottle; Inhaler 25c. Sold by all druggists. .