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THE ROCK ISLTAjSD ARGUS, THURSDAT, JANUARY 26, 1911.
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- Licensed to Marry. Henry Nielsen
' and Ella Sengin, Bennett; Edward
' "Weathered ne, Moline, and Anna Jen-
sen. Rock Island; Edward Cars te use n
' and Rose Ross, Davenport; Willie
rPape, Camanche, and Minnnle Ploog,
r McCauBland; Henry. A. Ever a and
- Margaret Dammann, Eldrldge;. Oscar
' Benson and El ma E. Buzzard, Daven
Claims Damages Because of Fall.
y A damage claim for the sum of of $3,
i 600 las been filed with City Clerk
, Hugo Moeller In behalf of Mrs. Bertiia
r Livingston. The claim Is made by the
plaintiff that on. Jan. 3, 1911, while
- walking on the west side of Brady
street "between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets, she slipped and fell breaking .
her ankle and otherwise bruising her
self and from which permanent injur
ies resulted. A claim for the sum of
$200 has been filed by her husband,
Ix)uis Livingston, for medical services
and care attendant upon his wife's in
juries. T'aveiing Man Is Held for Larceny.
W. L. Robenthal, a traveling man
who formerly was with the South Side ' to issue an order that he be commit
Furniture company of Chicago, was j ted to the hospital at Knoxville for
placed under arrest by Captain Phf-lan ! treatment. She further allegps that
and Detective Bishop and is awaiting j he has threatened to kill her and him
the arrival of the authorities f rom j self and that he will carry out the
Chicago who have been notifipd of his j thre nt against himself if he is not re
. strained in some way.
How Long Are You Go
ing to Continue Cough
ing and Weakening
Xo Xch1 of It, When Yon Can
Make a Pint of Iavativc
Curative Cough Hyrup
The only way to cure a
chronic or acute cold on the
lungs, Kore throat, bronchitis, O
etc., is to get a medicine which Sr
will at once relieve the fever C
and congestion responsible for
cougn iwnicn is only a ?
symptom of inflammation) and
then proceed to restore the
blood and membranes to a
healthy state. A fine laxative,
curative cough syrup, which
will delight anyone who tries
it, can be made at home cheap
ly. It beats ordinary cough
syrups a hundred to one, be
cause it does not sicken or
Obtain of your druggist, or
have him order from the whole
saler, 2 Vz ounces essence Men-
tho-laxene. Empty it into a o
, ... rx. . ts
pint bottle. Then make a vr- v
up with a pint of granulated R
sugar, and a half uint of boil
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1U5 waici, j'ul ju 11 1 aim jri
it come to a boil. Then cool
and fill up pint bottle and you
will ngree with the writer that
it makes the finest, quickest,
active cough syrup you have
ever tried. An-' it not only re
lieves, but cures.
The dose is a teaspoonful 8
to 10 times daily, or, as re
quired. Give children less ac-
cording to age.
It's applied like paint
on Gas Stoves and
Pipe. Shines Hsclt.
Won't wash off. Eats
up Rust. Make old
Screen New. lroduce
Ebany Finish on Iron and Wood.
I Tor by Allen. Ifyera & Co.. L. 8
McCab A Co.. Rock Island Hard war
Company. Ill & Ehleb.
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Commercial Department. Savings Department.
Do not hesitate to open an account with this bank
because your deposits may not be large.
We consider it a matter of good business policy to
give equal attention to small and large accounts.
4 Interest on Savings
State Bank of Rock Island
2d Ave. and 17th St.
PHIL MITCHELL. President.
K. T. ANDERSON, Cashier.
Courteous attention to alL
detention here. The charge which is
lodged against Rosenthal, according to
the police and which was conveyed in
a telegram received, is that he ap
propriated the sum of $50 from the firm
for whom he formerly worked and fail
ed to return it. When Rosenthal was
arrested here with the accusation he
admitted having misused the money,
but stated that it was some money he
had secured for the firm but did not
turn it in at the time. He stated that
he had let the matter slide for so long
a time he naa forgotten to pay it,
but did not intend to take the cash,
A telegram has been sent to the Chica -
go officers and requisition papers are
being secured for his return to thelWilken.
Windy city. He was picked up at a
local hotel after the Cedar Rapids'
authorities had telegraphed here they
thought he was in Davenport. They
had been on bis trail because until
recently he 'was in that city. He has
been out of Chicago about
months according to his story.
Says Husband Is Drunkard. A. P.
MrQuIrk at attorney for Mrs. Ellen
Peterson, filed a petition in the office
of the clerk of the district court yes
terday in which she alleges her hus
band. John F. Peterson, ha3 become a
habitual drunkard and asks the court
I Obituary Record. Mrs. Sophie Car-
I stens. who was ST years old, died at
: the Old Ladies' homo yesterday. The
! deceased was born in Holsteln, Ger-
3 many, hut had lived most of her life
her. She is survived by one son,
Phr'v rt Harvpv. Ill . nnrl two dauch-
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iifit, une "mis iii .fimiiiy itnu -uib.
jll. Walter of Chicago.
j S. R. Brown. 1518 Ripley street, for
no y.ars a resident of Davenport, died
yesterday after a lingering illness at
the age of 77 years. Death was caus
ed ly the infirmities of old age. He
as born in Lancaster, Pa. Tlios who !
survive to mo.irn his death are his
wife, seven Kens, Sch'iyler of Dermott,
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of L-jtrhfr. U.. Olivor of New Urleans. 1
! Sam of Ciiro, 111., and Harvey and 1
JVMa:tiii of this city; three sisters, Mrs.'
&I.J. . Bear of Mt. Vernon, la., Mrs. A.!
w. .uauion or y:exanaer uaj, is. i
and J Irs. Elizabeth Shearley of Canton,
and three brothers, L. R. Brown, E.!pany. George Fido; the Manhattan
! R. brown and I. R. Brown of Lances-
; ter, Pa.
Preaching services will be held
the M. E. church, next Sunday, at 11 1
r- a t t a , ,
Mrs Fred TaRose and daughter visit-!
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tho rmer s mother in Mohne, Sat-,
Miss Ethel Miller of Nauvoo, 111., 1
visited in the village Monday. j
Mrs. Charles Young of Monument, ;
MASSAGE CREAM BRINGS i
THE BLOOM OF HEALTH
TO SALLOW CHEEKS;
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ii 1 our t nnipie.xion is jaieiosN or
Vimat ural This Will .Make It
Pink and White.
: At the cost of a few cents and a
little spare .time any women can
' matra Tumi .1 rf .Via - , r- ' . . nnrl
lit i. v a ) 1111 v r . , 1 t-i j , 1 u v c L n ii u
best massage cream by dissolving 2
ounces of cerol in a scant pint of
boiling water and stirring until
Massaging the skin nightly with
this cerol cream after washing and
drytg thoroughly makes it soft and
velvety and gives it a healthy, rose
tint, overcoming that sallow and un
natural condition and doing away
with the use of powders and cosmet
ics. Any druggist can supply cerol.
I. S. WHITE. Vice President.
CHANNON Assistant Cashier.
'Kan., returned home a few days ago, j
after spending several weeks at the
homes of Mrs. Glanz and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. G. W. Johnston and Mrs. Wal
ter Ploag and daughter Minnie, visit
ed at the home of the ladies' mother,
Mrs. Mary Whitehead, Monday.
The Laidfes Aid society meets
Thursday of this week with Mrs. ti
j H. Lee
Mrs. Alfred Hoffsetter of Watertown
visited at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Coder Thursday.
j Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Ingweirt from
' near Bowlesburg were Sunday guests
i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August
A. Connor had the misfortune to fall
and sustain a bad bruise Monday but
no bones were broken.
City Council Room, Rock Island, 111.,
Jan. 4, 1911. The city council met in
adjourned regular session at 8 o'clock
P. m.. Mayor McCaskrin presiding and
all the aldermen present except Utke
The clerk read the minutes of the
meetings held Dec. 12 and Dec. 19,
1910, which were approved.
Rpports of the police department,
the plumbing inspector, superintendent
of waterworks and police magistrate
were received and placed on file.
Thp clerk read a communication from
nohert R. Reynolds, attorney for John
and Mary Vrooman, proposing to settle
i their damage cases against the city for
! $2 H) for each case. City Attorney J.
F. Witter and Mr. Reynolds addressed
the council relative to the claims for
damage, and on motion of Alderman
LaVanway the communication was re
ferred to the claims and finance com-
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1 1 1 1 . v aim iinr i-nj aiiui nj iaj juro-
tigate and report next Monday night,
Alderman Stephens moved that bids
on a 35-horse power motor for the
Fifth avenue pumping station be open-
The clerk read bids from the Daven
port Engineering company and the
Electric Construction & Machinery
company for a 35-horse power motor,
together with proposals for the old
motor now ai tne nummne station, un
Trot ion of Alderman Thompson the
bids were referred to the sewer com
mittee to report.
The clerk read bids for 1,000 feet of
fire hose, from Channon & Dufva; the
Ne jerspv Car Snrine & Rubber com-
Rubber Manufacturing company; the
New York Belting & Packing com
pany; the Boston Woven Hose & Rub
ber company; the E. D. Fisher com
pany; the Bilateral Fire Hose com-
pany; the C. C. C. Fire Hose company;
the Chicago Fire Hose company, and
Alderman Frick moved that the bids
ne reierrea 10 tne committee or tne
Alderman Frick moved that the
council meet in committee of the whole
Friday night. Carried.
.ld!rman: Ro?t, novod .he. co"?cil
the bridge committee to examine pro
posal stipulation with Clinton Iron &
Bririge company, and to allow markets
; and license committee to consider pro
posed license for 124 Sixth avenue.
I On reassembling. Alderman Borst
: from the bridge committee asked for
! further time on the bridge contract
i and stipulation, which was granted.
I Alderman Borst offered a resolution
I that a bridge tender be employed at
j the Rock river bridges till further or
! ders of the council. Adopted,
i Aldcrrnan Huff offered a resolution
j that an 18-inch sewer tile be placed on
fcixth and Seventh streets between
Ninth and Eleventh avenues, to con
nect with the Sixth street sewer, the
work to be done under the direction of
the plumbing inspector, the cost not
to exceed 12o. Adopted by unanimous
Alderman Naab of the markets and
license committee reported recom
mending that the petition for a saloon
j license tor iz toixtn avenue be grant
!ed." Report adopted. 7 to 4 Alrlerman
lolzhainmer not voting (Frick, Thomp
son. Schmid. and Borst).
Alderman Frick moved that the city
attorney be directed to notify the at
torney for the Tri-City Construction
company to appear before the com
mittee of the whole Friday night, rela
tive to the proposed recasting of the
assessment on the Lincoln court pav-
1 1 leg improvement. Carried,
(j; Alderman McXealy moved that the
; mayor, clerk, city engineer, city at
torney and sewer committee prepare
! Terrible Train of Troubles.
j Lake Charles. La. Mrs. E. Four
inier, 516 Kirby street, says: "The
'; month before I took Cardui I could
hardly walk. I had backache, head
j ache, pain in my legs, chills, faint
j Ing spells, sick stomach, dragging
; feelings and no patience or courage.
Since taking Cardui, I have no more
: pains, can walk as far as I want to,
and feel good all the time." Take
j Cardui and be benefited by the pe
jculiar herb Ingredients which have
jbeen found so efficient for womanly
ills. Cardui wiVl relieve that back
ache, headache and all the misery
has done for others. Try CarduL
' i j s . a i w r-. u v v a v m . , i -ir r ijt i v i; j
For Resident Pastor. Emanuel Swe
dish Lutheran church at Walker Sta
tion may soon have a permanent pas
tor. The petition from members of
the church, presented to the Rock Is
land district of the Illinois conference,
was acted on favorably at the meeting
of that body Monday. The district
sent the petition to the mission board
of Augustana synod with the recom
mendatkm that the board assist the
Emanuel church In eupport a resi
dent pastor. The East Moline field is
growing rapidly and it was felt that a
minister is needed to devote all hia
time to the work. At present Dr. C. A.
Blomgren, progessor In Augustana
seminary, is acting as pastor in the
$50,000 for Armory Here. Represen
tative Thomas Campbell yesterday at
Springfield introduced a bill In the
house making an appropriation of $50,-
000 for an armory at Moline. Effort
to secure an armory for this city has
extended over a period of years. Pros
pects of the appropriation being made
by the legislature this year appear
very bright. Several months ago the
rent charged for quarters now used by
Company F and the Moline division of
naval reserves in Skinner annex was
advanced, and this fact will have
weight with the legislature, it is ar
gued. Upsala Students to Sing Here. It is
announced today that the world-famed
choir of Upeala university, Sweden, is
booked to appear In Moline in June un
der the auspices of the Olive Male
chorus of thig city. The event will be
one of prime importance, not in the
Swedish-American world alone, but
among music lovers throughout this
section of the United States. Prelim
inary arrangements were made by a
representative of the Upsala singers,
who accompanied the Svenska Nation-al-Truppen
on its last visit to Moline.
This representative found that the
Swedish-Anierican world is anxious to
hear the Upsala singers, and it has
therefore been decided that the choir,
50 strong, shall tour America during
the summer of 1911. A definite rout
ing has not been made, and It is there
fore impossible at this time to an
nounce the exact date for the Moline
concert. The present Upsala singing
organization Is composed of the sons
and grandsons of those Upsala stu
dents who, in 1867, went to Paris and
entered the international singing com
petition, carrying off first honors, much
to the surprise of a great audience in
attendance. Upsala university is the
most famous and the' oldest of Swe
den's institutions of higher learning.
It has always been renowned for the
exceptional singers in its student body
and the claim that there has not been
deterioration since that proud day In
Obituary Record. News has been re
ceived in Moline of the death of George
Washington Smith, formerly of Rock
Island and Moline. Mr. Smith was the
son of Jere Smith, a well known tailor
of the twin-cities. He was born In
Rock Island in 1854 and moved to the
south some few years ago, and his
death occurred at Jacksonville, Fla.,
last Thursday, after a brief illness of
Bright's disease. He leaves a widow
in the south. Mrs Katie Hegarty,
Mrs. Ixmisa Williamson and William
Smith of Moline are cousins.
Edward Watt, a man without a home,
died yesterday in the city hospital. He
entered the institution Jan. 17 and he
was suffering from typhoid fever. Be
fore he died he told the head nurse
that he had a sister somewhere, but
he didn't know her address. He was
29 years old.
vouchers for the amount due on the
condemnation of property for the Sixth
ward sewer system. Carried.
Alderman McNealy moved that the
council inspect .the Sixth ward sewer
system at an early date. Carried.
Alderman McNealy moved that re
pairs be made on the sewer at Thir
teenth avenue, connecting with the
Twenty-fourth street storm drain. Car
ried. Alderman Borst offered a resolution
that the city clerk notify the structural
iron workers' union of this district to
be present to confer with the bridge
committee Friday night, relative to the
bridge contract. Adopted.
Alderman. Borst offered a resolution
that the street and alley committee in
vestigate alleged encroachment of Mo
line Plow company's fence on Forty
second street between Fifth and Sixth
Alderman McNealy moved that a
committee of three be named to can
vass the returns of the special election
held Jan. 3, 1911. Carried.
The mayor named as such commit
tee Aldermen McNealy, LaVanway and
Schmid. A recess was taken while the
! committee canvassed the rote.
On reassembling. Alderman McNealy
from the committee named to canvass
the returns of the election reported aa
Rock Island. 111., Jan. 4, 1911.
To His Honor, the Mayor, and Mem
bers of the City Council. Gentlemen:
We. the undersigned committee ap
pointed to canvass the vote of the last
HPS sst B" V v m k. '
I BM' J w i 1 I
election, held Jan. 3, 1911, find the re
sult as follows: "Shall this city adopt
the commission form of municipal gov
ernment?" Yes. No.
First ward, 1st precinct.... 79 53
First ward, 2nd precinct.... 88 69
Second ward, 1st precinct.. 108 79
Second ward, 2nd precinct. . 100 93
Third ward, 1st precinct 120 S2
Third ward, 2nd precinct... 114 79
Third ward, 3rd precinct... 207 44
Fourth ward, 1st precinct... 72 96
Fourth ward, 2nd precinct.. 168 31
Fifth ward, 1st precinct.... 70 91
Fifth ward, 2nd precinct 198 3S
Sixth ward, 1st precinct 104 59
Sixth ward, 2nd precinct.... 138 30
Seventh ward, 1st precinct. 94 26
Seventh ward, 2nd precinct. 178 65
Seventh ward, 3rd precinct. 84 S5
Total 1922 1053
We, the undersigned committee, find
that a majority of votes cast in favor
of said proposition.
GEORGE L. SCHMID,
x S. A. LA VANWAY.
Alderman McNealy moved the adop
tion of the report. Carried.
On motion of Alderman LaVanway
the council adjourned.
M. T. RUDGREN, City Clerk.
I hereby certify that the above is a
true and complete account of the pro
ceedings of the city council of Rock
Island, 111., at a meeting held Jan. 4,
1911. ROY A. SEARS.
INCOME TAX IS FAVORED
Arkansas House and North Carolina
Senate Ratify Amendment.
Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 26. T4ie
Arkansas house of representatives
went on record yesterday in favor
of the. proposed income tax amend
ment to the federal constitution by
a vote of 80 to 3. The large major
ity was secured on the ground that
under the amendmentj Arkansas
would have to pay only l to every
$1,000,000 paid by New York, there
by equalizing the taxation of the
Charlotte, N. C, Jan. 26. In the
state senate yesterday the bill to rat
ify the Income tax amendment to the
constitution of the United States was
passed by a vote of 4 2 to 1.
Rheumatism Cured In 24 Hours.
T. J. Blackmore of Haller &
Blackmore, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A
short time since 1 procured a bottle
of Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma
tism. It got me out of the house
in 24 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and Dr.
Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism is
the only medicine that did rae any
good. I had five of the best physi
cians in the city, but I received very
little relief from them. I know Dr.
Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism to
be what it is represented and take
pleasure in recommending it to
other poor sufferers." Sold by Otto
Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue. Rock
Island, and Gust Schlegel, 20 West
Second street. Davenport.
From Bad Kidneys
Once Your Kidneys Work Propertly,
Rheumatism, Kidney Disease and
Bladder Trouble Disappear
How to Cure Yourself.
It Is no longer reecary to apen1
months and months underjroir.ff a com
plicated treatment tor rheumatism, kid
ney or bladder trouble, or e pend a good
many dollar In doctors' bills.
A new treatment ran now be obtain
ed which neenis to act more like a mar
vel than a medicine. This treatment has
produ ed uch t-atinfactory result In a
short time that It Is now guarantied
from first to lat.
There should be no more doubt about
the rapll cure of rheumatism, no team
of the. fatal termination of treacherous
kidney disease or dropny.
Rheumatism means nothing more nor
less than that voir kidney do not work
properly. Your blod pansi-s tijrouKh tli
kidneys hundreds of tims a day to be
filtered and purified. When the kidneys
are weak, the poisons are not taken out
of the blood as they should b. This
lead to various diseases, such as rhue
matlsm. terrible Bright's disease, dia
betes, dropsy, and bladder trouble.
The new guaranteed treatment is Tr.
Derby's Kidney Fills. One day's use of
them will prove their remarkable ef
fect. M. T. Ridenour of Lima, Ohio,
ays: "When I feel bad In my back. I
J-js-t take a couple of Derby's Kidney
Pills and get immediate reiief."
If you have rheumatism anywhere,
back pains, cloudy, foul urine, pains in
the bladder. Bright' disease or diabetes,
put your whole cbnfldence In Ir. Der
by's Kidney Pills, and you will not b
Dr. Derby's Kidney Pills are sold at
all drug stores 60 pills 10 days treat
ment 25 rents, or -we will send them
direct from the laboratory of Derby
Medicine Company, Eaton Rapids. Mich.,
prepaid if you wish. If you want to try
them first. Just tell your druggist to
give you a free sample package.
STATE OF ILLINOIS NOW
HAS 15,000 OIL WELLS
Irodurtion I.ast Year Kstlmate! at
35,000.000 Barrels A Good
A circular on the Illinois oil fields
in 1910 sent out by the state geo
logical survey snys that Illinois re
sumed its continuous growth in oil
production in 110, after the relapse
of 1909. The estimated production
for the year is 35,000.000 barrels,
as against 30,898.339 in 1909 and
33,685.106 in 1908. The increase
was due to general market condi
tions and the ability of various pipe
lines to cope with the supply. The
introduction of new pipe lines into
the field late in 1909 materially aid
ed in the increased activity.
On Jan. 1, 1910, it was estimated
that 16.437 well3 had been drilled
in Illinois. Of these 2,379 or 14.4
per cent were barren. In the first
eleven months of 1910, 1,973 wells
were drilled, with 430. or 21.8 per
cent barren. The total, tip to date,
is 18.470 drilled and 2,809 or 15.6
per cent barren.
Put In the Hall of Fame.
Urbana, 111., Jan. 26. The corn
growers and stockmen's convention.
University of Illinois college of ag
The Famous Original Herb
where at Only
It is not surprising that during the
more than thirty year that Hollister'a
Rocky Mountain Tea has been the lead
ing, time-tried and dependable family
medicine of America it baa hai nearly
one thousand imitators. If it were not
ao good a-n-iedicine it would not have
had so many imitators. Ami thene
eo-called "mountain herbs," "root and
herb remedies," "vegetable, tonics," etc.,
are sometimes sold for aa Ugh B3 ft
dollar a package.
But these counterfeiters did no more
than imitate the appearance, for they
were and are ignorant of the original
blend of roots, herbs and hcciIs that make
the combination in HoIlUter's Rocky
Mountain Tea so wonderfully effective
in action upon a dyspeptic stomach, a
torpid liver, or deranged kidneys.
Rocky Mountain Tea
stands absolutely alone, today aa in the
The more of it you have employed for you, llie Ir jou need
to work yourself. If you kwp 4111 t vinic and pulling your having
to work, tlie funded capital of your earning will gradually lake
up th burden and you will not need to work at all. Vou can ox-n
an account with tins good strong hank with one dollar or mure.
4 Interest Paid on Savings .
Checking Accounts Solicited, fcafety Boe for Kent.
g A. -r 'Jk.'w a. .jy. tver
1721 Second Ave. J3lllk. I Rock Island,
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Start the New Year clear of all your small debts. If you liave
teveral gmall debts, figure up bow much it will take to pay
tbem off and then come to use and we will loan you tbe amount
you need on your .
FURNITURE, PIANO, STOCK, ETC.,
RATE3 LOWEST. PAYMENTS SMALLEST
RELIABLE LOAN COMPANY
1805 12 Second Ave., Rock Island, IU. Old phone 1008
riculture, adjourned yesterday noon to
allow the short course agricultural
students to enjoy the exercises at
tending the admission of the name
of James Nicholas Brown, orRanUer
of the Illinois state fair and early
importr of pure bred cattle from
Great Britain, to a place In the Illi
nois Farmers' Hall of Fame beside
that of Cyrus Hall MrCormiek. In
ventor of the reaper, whose name
was admitted last year. Miss I.yn
ette M. Brown unveiled the portrait
of her great grandfather.
We ofTer $100 reward for any case
of catarrh that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions nnd finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by his firm.
WALD1NG. KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken infer
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75
cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Take Hall's Family Tills for con
TEA Sells Every
35c a Package.
past a mild soothing and healing
specific for Constipation, Indigent ion,
Liver, Kidney and Bladder Trouble,
Pimples, Eczema, Impure Blood, Bad
Breath, Sluggish Bowels, Ilcidacbc, Back
ache, Dizziness, etc.
It is the good old-fashioned remedy
of our forefather improved by experi-
nee, acience and skill until it is as near
erfect aa can be. The genuine, original
i lollister'a Rocky Mountain Tea is sold
by all druggists, at 35c a package.
A package will make 105 cupa of
health-giving tea that will put thi
bloom of health on your chock and hnppi
nods in your heart. It will keen t ho whole
family, from baby to grandfather, in
the pink of condition hale, hearty,
sturdy and strong.
Travelera find buy people can get
the Tea in tablet form, tf."e a box, If
they ask the druggmt for Hollister'a
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets.
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