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THE ROCK ISIJAXP ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1011.
in bringing the animalto a 6top. The
damage resultant from both acci
dents is nominal.
Licensed to Marry. Earl Henry
and Anna B. Mecfcer, Davenport; Her
jman A&rwndaen, Botna. Iowa, Annie
i Bchnlta, Stockton, Iowa.
Sells Island and Gives to Charity.
Alex Anderson has added another
wreath to his already numerous
i laoreis, most of which were gained
through his prestige as major of
; Pretxel Alley, and Is now posing in
the light of philanthropist and char
ity worker. The cause of this new as
I pect assumed by the mayor Is his do
k nation of $1200, recelred through
i the sale of Trilby Island to Henry
' Jager for this amonnt. to 8t Vincent's
orphanage and to Rex. Ned Lee. The
island Is that formerly owned by the
Trilby club, which held It for 13 years.
The Island, which contains' 13 acres, is
located near Andalusia, and in past
years was a popular resort for the
members of the Trilby Pleasure club,
Mr. Jager Intends using the ground
for grazing purposes.
Metheney Sued by Wife. George D.
Metheney Is made defendant In a suit
for a decree ofdivoree, which has
been filed in the district court in be
half of Mrs. Rose Metheney. Cruelty
and Inhuman treatment are alleged in
The petition and in addition the plain
tiff accuses the defendant f being an
immoral man and guilty of misconduct
with her little daughter. The petition
states they were married Oct. 10, 1908.
Alimony in the sum of $25 per month,
$W attorney fees and $35 suit money
are also asked.
now considered the more probable one,
a ethe man with whom It Is said she
as the man with whom It is said she
Wrfe Granted Divorce. A decree of
divorce has been granted to Helena
Baker from her hut band, Elmer Baker,
on the grounds of desertion. They
were married Jan. 9, 1906, and separ
ated Jan. 10. 1906.
Committee Reelects Officer. The
Greater Davenport committee at its
annual meeting held yesterday at the
Commercial club reelected all the old
officers for the coming year. The mem
bers were much gratified with the work
of organization which the officers hare
done and what has been accomplished
so far. The reports for the year were
read and were considered very satis-
popular among many friends. She was
a graduate of the public schools. She
is survived by one sister. Mrs. Mathilda
Zeman, and one brother, Henry Born
hoeft, Jr. A number of nieces and
nephews also mourn her demise. The
funeral will be held from the late res
idence Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
with Interment at Falrmount cemetery.
STOCK SALE FRAUDULENT
Tfew York Concerns Alleged to Hare
New York, March 9. In a raid on
the stock brokerage offices yesterday
in Fifth avenue occupied by Wisner &
Co., and the Standard Securities com
pany, postoffice Inspectors charged
that irregularities amounting to more
than $2,000,000 had been brought to
factory. The officers who were re-j light. Transactions In excess of $10,-
elected were: President, E. P. Adler:
vice president, T. F. Halligan; secre
tary. Wood worth Clum; treasurer, Ed
$100,000 Is Raised. The work of
raising $100,000 for the Davenport
Iowa City lnterurban was completed
yesterday afternoon when the commit
tee secured from J. H. C. Petersen's
Sons a subscription of $1,300, the last
remaining amount necessary to make
up the fund. This make the total sub
scription of J. H. C. Petersen's Sons
Obituary Record. Miss Caroline j
Bomhoeft passed away at her home,
2310 Boles street, yesterday at the j
age of 44 years. 1 month and 25 days.
Her death followed a short illness of
stomach trouble. Miss Bornhoeft wa3
ooo.ooo throughout the country are
credited to the two concerns in the
last few years.
Archie and Emmett S. Wisner, con
stituting the ownership of both con
cerns, and Grover S. Trumbull, chief
clerk, were arrested. A United States
commissioner held Archie Wisner in
57,000 bail for the federal grand Jury,
Emmett S. Wisner in 55,000 and
Trumbull in $1,500. They are com
mitted to the Tombs. The charge is
using the mails to defraud by selling
worthless stocks. .
i no uptrciuv; cnarjce 13 in Hi me w 15-
ner's, through mail correspondence.
represented to stock purchasers that
the California Diamond Oil company
was actively at work when, as a mat
ter of fact, according to the charge,
the company was dormant and had
lost title in 190S to the property it
Believe Girl Eloped. After three
weeks' search over the state in nearby
cities, the police have practically
abandoned the search for missing 21-year-old
Ella May Kilcher. who disap
peared from her home. Fifth and War
ren streets, Msrch 4. The search has
extended over the entire state, and the j
polio of many of the larger cities were j
notified to look for her In order to ap
pease the wishes of her relatives, who
at first feared that she might have met I
with foul play. The whereabouts of j
her father, who left, home about two
days later, still puzzles the officials,
and nothing tangible has been found of
hlra. The theory that the two ran
n way T.OR'n"r nas u-n ikcti imo con- Xaflonal
flcleratlon. nut the tHeorv that the elrl i
bcrti and raised in Davenport and was j was claimed to be operating.
To Observe Tuberculosis Day
The Rock Island County Anti-j The letter was written following
Tuberculosis association and pastors ! an interview with H. Wirst Steele,
of local churches already are pre-! executive secretary of the Maryland
eloped with another Davenporter is j ew York.
paring for tuberculosis day to be
observed throughout the I'nited
States on or about April 30.
Cardinal Gibbons. the highest
authority of the Roman Catholic
church of America, has expressed his
approval of the day and of the g?n-umphs achieved in
eral organization of auti-tuberculos'.s : against tuberculosis.
societies in a letter addressed to the! My wonder has been aroused bv
Association for the Study the simplicity of the arms used in the
Prevention of Tuberculosis of j warfare rational Itvine an.l clean-
assoclation and Dr. Charles O'Dono-j
van of Baltimore.
The cardinal's letter is as follows: j
My Dear Mr. Steele: I have read !
with keen interest the pamphlets .
you snt me, which tell of the tri-'
the warfare j
Three Assault One. In a wrangle
over their work and the amount each
could do, three brothers, Qus, Jim
and George Degres last night at
tacked and beat up Gust Darelis,
blackening his eyes and badly lacer
ating his face. The trio were haled
Into police court and tried by Jus
tice Entriken, who fined each of them
$5.15 and released them upon pay
ment of the amount. Darelis ap
peared at the station with two badly
swollen eyes and complained that ho
had been assaulted. He named the
parties and the police soon secured
them. The brothers plead guilty to
the charge and this being their first
offense they were fined lightly.
Victim of Stroke of Paralysis. Mar
tin Kronholm, blacksmith employed
by Deere & Co., for a number of
years, was seized with a stroke of
paralysis while on hi3 way home,
1133 Sixth avenue. His left side Is
completely paralyzed and the attend
ing physician says that he will be
confined for a number of months.
Kronholm was removed to the citv
Obituary Record. Marion Kerowsky,
2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Kerowskj'. 4 26 Tenth
street, died yesterday of diphtheria.
The child had been ill three day3
before a physician was summoned.
Mrs. Marie Ijouise Vermore died
yesterday at her home on Fourth
street and Eighteenth avenue. She
was born Aug. 2K. 188S, in Bel
gium and had lived here five months.
She was married one year ago, hrr
husband and a baby a month old
surviving. The funeral will be held
Thursday forenoon. There will be
services in Maher's parlors at and
at 8.30 from Sacred Heart church,.
Burial will be in Ea3t Moline cemetery.
-which are within, the reach
j I shall follow with special inter
j est all your efforts in this splendid
i propoganda against, the terrible d:s
! ease, and hope the results of your
. labor will be commensurate with the
i zeal, the energy and self-sacrifice
i which you and your fellow-workers
1 are devoting to the work.
I can remember well the ravatres i
i made by yellow fever in days gone
by, but rejoice to see that the med
j ical fraternity have conquered it.
j I trust that you will be equally
successful against tuberculosis.
With best wishes. I am
(Signed) J. CARD. GIBBON'S.
It Is the purpose of a national tu
berculosis day to create interest ia
the fight against the disease which
j has become a plague in the country.
Ministers will speak of the disease
j and the fight being waged against
i it In their pulpits and subscriptions
S to defray the expense of the antl
j disease campaign will be received.
The national association has pre
i pared an outline for a tuberculosis
Two Hurt in Accident. Charles Gor
don and Edward Nelson, delivery
clerks for Peters fc McMahon. fig
ured in runaway accidents. Nelson
escaped uninjured, but Gordon re
ceived a sprained ankle and his body
I was badly scratched and bruised.
! Gordon was driving a team down the
! hill at Eleventh avenue and Twenty
i seventh street when the polf drop
ped from the neckyoke. This caused j
the wagon to crowd forward on the ;
horses and they began to run. The .
end of the polp ran Into the ground, i
causing the animals to come to an !
abrupt stop. Gordon was burled 1
through the n!r. He was taken to i
his home. The strength of four men j
was required to pull the wagon pole ;
. out of the ground. Nelson was driv-i
ing in the east end of Rock Island :
when a singletree broke and the j
horse he was driving ran away. Nel-i
son clung to the lines and succeeded
Mrs. Dorothy McGowen and daugh
ter Dorothy have returned home from
a visit with relatives at Waukeeney,
Mrs. Jessie Wilson of Moline was
hostess to the Methodist Ladies' Aid
society last Thursday.
Mrs. I Geeser.gahen is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lena Karr of
Ethel Foreman Is recovering from a
severe attack of Inflammatory rheuma
tism. Mrs. B. Hull and daughter have re
turned home from a visit at Nichols,
Mrs. J. Foster has arrived home from
a visit at Viola.
Antonne Swenson recently enjoyed
a visit from J. IJnd of South Dakota
Mrs. LeRoy Smith had as her guest
her sister, Miss Margaret Shaughnes-
sey of Chicago
School will close March 31 for a !
Mr. and Mrs. J. Morton are visiting
relatives in Chicago.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society is
planning an Easter bazar.
Mrs. J. W. Pike attended the meet
ing of -the Womp.ii j club at Molina
Thursday afternoon and gave a read
ing entitled "Sketches of Rosalind and
Rev. E. W. Thompson has recovered
from a severe illnes3.
The Birthday club was delightfully
entertained ut the home of Mrs. Robert
Watkins Friday afternoon. Pink and
white carnations formed the decora
tions, and an elegant luncheon was
served. The hostess was presented
with a pretty bedspreaJ. The time waj
spent in sewing.
Mrs. J. Boyne is visiting at Musca
Miss Sophia Kollman entertained the
Holy Name society at the home of Mrs.
A. Stephens. There were 10 in at
tendance. A dainty lunch was served.
G. Tibbert has moved his family to
G. l.argras has gone to Nome, Alas
ka, to work in the mines.
The local aerie of Eagles met Fri
day evening and initiated seven new
members. " They now have over 10-1
members, and are talking of purchas
ing lots here on which to erect a per
manent homo. They are also planning
a carnival ami banquet.
Mrs. Matthew Murrin will entertain
the Holy Name society at its next meeting.
We Make Shift and Collar
Work Our Specialty and
1808 Third Ave. Old phone 237
COWED THE THIEVES.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
Reinhald C. Letsch to O. Z. Cervln,
lots 23 and 24, block 222 New Shops
addition to the city of East Moline,
J. C. Quado to Harry E. Anderson,
rart lot 3, block 6. Osborne's Second
addition to the city of Moline, 111.,
Carrie W. Gregg and Fannie G. Nut
ting to Margaret M. Theile, lot 10.
block 3, Gregg's addition to the city
of Rock Island. 111., $S25.
Eliza M. Tty ooks et al to William Doer
micke, lot 4, block 1, Brook's addi
tion to the city of Rock Island, 111.,
W. E. Bailey to Fred W, Grams, lot
C, block 3. and lots 13 and 14, block 4.
Wallace Grove addition. Rock Island.
Daniel Burkey to Merritt Hunter,
part lot 4, Glenwood addition, Moline,
Charlotte Summons to Perlie C.
Miles, part lot "E," Childs' Second ad
dition, Moline, $425.
Peter II. Wessel to George L. Brum
leaugh, lot 4, block 2, P. II. Weasel's
Second addition, Moline, $750.
William F. Smith to William T.
Swanson. part, outlot 2, Falrmonnt ad
dition, Moline. $l.S0O.
Victor Youngberg to John D. John
son, lot 20, block 1, P. II. Wessel's
First addition. Moline. $1,100.
Henry J. Gripp to Nettie Osterman.
lot 6, block 1, 8weeuy & Jackson's
Fourth addition. Moline, $3,600.
Edward H. Guyer to William Schmalx
rled. lot 14. block 8 Bo ford ". 11
addition. Rock Island, $2su.
30 Years of Success
THOMAS DRUG COMPANY OFFERS
A REMEDY FOR CATARRH, THE
MEDICINE COSTS NOTHING
IF IT FAILS.
When a medicine effects a success
ful treatment in a very large majority
of cases, and when we offer that medi-
lecture or sermon especially adapted t'hat ,t ,., cst nofhi if
for clergymen who will speak on tu-j,, d(e8 conipIetely rfclieve catari.jlf
berculosis day, and also other liter-,, . , 1 ' ,,,f ,
. , . ,,. . ilt is only reasonable that people
ature which will be sent to any i , ,. , ,. . , .
clergyman applying for it at the of
fice of the National association, 105
East Twenty-second street. New
York city, or at. the headquarters of
f!ny state or local association in the
S.S.S. CURED HIM.
X wm afflicted with trrible blood
diMaae. wtlch wu in pot ai first,
bat afterward spread all over my
body. Theaa toon broka out into
aorea, and it la aaar to lmarlneth
iBferist I endured. Befora 1 bacaice
oonvtnced that Ch doctors could do
ma no rood I had pnt a hundred
dollars, which waa raally thrown
away. I then tried various patent
medicines, but they did not reach the
disease. When I had finished ray
first bottle of S. S. 8. I was greatly
improved, and was dalia-hted with
the result. The Uir red splotches
on my chest beran to grow paler and
smaller, and before lonir disappeared
entirely. I regained ray lost weiRct,
became stronger ar. d my appetite
greatly improved. I waa soon en
tirely well, and my skin as clear aa
a piece of glass.
H. L. ME TEES.
68 Clinton St., Newark, If. J.
Mrs. M. O. Thompson and son Fred
were thrown from their buggy Frlday
and quite badly hurt. Mrs. Thompson
was hurt about the back and her son
Hbout the head.
Fred Thompson left for his home in
! Ilrighton. Colo., Saturday after a few
days' visit with his mother, Mrs. M.
The -Streed family gave a concert
Friday event, .g at Vlah church In be
half of the M. H. church. A good
crowd was in attendance.
Mrs. Wood has moved into part of
grandma Holland's home.
The last number of the lecture
course was given Saturday evening.
It was the bes-t of the season.
About SO of the lady friends of Mrs. j
Arthur Lundine surprised her Satur-1
day. It being her 27th birthday.
The temperance mass mee-ting was
postponed Sunday on account cf the
A great many so-called remedies for Contagious Blood Poison
are composed almost entirely of strong mineral ingredients. They
seem to be compounded with the idea that one poison will coun
teract another provided the stomach and delicate portions of the
system can withstand the effects of the strong treatment. These
concoctions are intended to kill the poison in the system. In this
article we want to tell yon of S. S. S., a purely vegetable remedy
for Contagious Blood Poison, a medicine that not only cures the
disease, but one which from the first dose has a fine tonic effect
upon the stomach and the entire system. Nor does S. S. S. attempt
to kill the germs within the system, but cures by REMOVING
them f om the blood -which . is absolutely the only way to cure
It does not require any argument to establish the fact that a blood
disease can be cured only by a blood purifier; every one will admit the
truthfulness of this statement. The question of most importance there
fore is, what medicine has proven by actual results its superiority as a
blood purifier? We claim this distinction for S. S. S., and offer as proof
the fact that for more than forty years it has been sold under this claim
and the demand for it has steadily increased, and we have thousands
of testimonials from cured patients from all parts of the country.
Contagious Blood Poison, as the name implies, is an infectious
blood taint which may be communicated from one person to another.
Its virus is of a most insidious nature, multiplying from an insignificant
germ in the blood, until it becomes a thorough systemic poison. Its
first symptom is usually a tiny sore or pimple, but it rapidly spreads,
and in a short while the entire body gives evidence of the poison in the
blood. The mouth and throat ulcerate, glands in the groin swell, the
hair begins to come out, copper-colored splotches appear on the body,
and frequently running sores and ulcers break out on the flesh.
A condition of such serious nature requires proper treatment.
Not only must the disease be driven out, but the system which has
neen weakened oy tne ravages
of the ooison, must be built up
before health can be restored.
5. S. S. CURES CONTAGIOUS
BLOOD POISON BY PURIFYING
THE BLOOD. It goes into the
circulation and removes the last
trace of the infectious virus, acts
with fine tonic effect on the
stomach, bowels, kidneys and
all portions of the system, and
thus makes a perfect as well as
lasting cure. S. S. S. is made
entirely of roots, herbs and
barks, each of which has a spe
cific action on the system. Not
a particle of mineral of any kind
enters into the composition of
this great medicine. S. S. S. is
perfectly safe for any one to take, and instead of upsetting the stomach
iiuncnu nicuicincs uo, u loncs up mis lmponani memDer ana makes your friends by millions
digestion easy. Thousands have cured themselves of Contagious len s Arnica salve does?
Blood Poison by the use of S. S.S., and if you will write and requesi ; ishing cures in the past
U we Win send you. Wltnout cnarffe. a ttome 1 reatment Book, u hirh made Item. It Js the best salve !n
will give you all necessary information for curing yourself at your owr. tbe wor,d for Bores, ulcers, ecxema, jTone in two sizes, 50 cents ar.d $i.o..
home. We will also give you free any special medical advice you ask for iiM,rn8- D!I. ecaiae. cuts, corns, sore ; Remember you can obtain nexaii reui
S. S. S. cures by making pure, healthy blood Nature's real remedy " itTe' -"'. bruises, ccw jedies in Rock is?and only at our store.
rnrrL m Z! ! seres. Has no equa, icr plla Tien-i-the Rexal! store. Thomas D.-113 con.-
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA ty-ve . ents at ail drnu. j pacy.
lots 10 and 11, Valley View place. Coal
Odd but Effective Way of Attaching a Valley.
N'an'a Property. Nettle Osterman to Henry J. Orlpp,
Attaching a man's property for debt j lot f, block 7, Fairmount addition. Mo
is supposed to be a lejjal process, but I lino, $2, Win.
an incident which occurred years ago in Julia T. StefTen to Maurice Ooethals,
the city of N'Mtchrz, hs related by Davy !
Crockett in his "Iife said Adventures," ; ...
shows that th-re are other "attach- Q0COCC5OOOOCCXX5OCOOCX3OOCXX)O0
rnents" which sometimes accomplish a ; 5-j
beneficent purpose. j Q
An odd affair occurred when I was '
last at Natchez, declared Mr. Crockett, j Q
A steamboat stojjped at the landing, :
and one of the crew went ashore to 1 O
purchase provisions. He went into a ,
saloon on thr way, and the adroit in- O
mates contrived to rob him of all his j x
money. The captain of the boat, a de- j O
terraincd fellow, went ashore in the!
hope cf persuading them to refund. O
but they declined.
Without further ceremony the can- j
tain, assisted by his crew and passen
gers, some T5G0 or 400 in uuuibiT, made
fast an immense cable to the frame
buikllncr where the theft had been
committed. Then he allowed fifteen
minutes for the money to be forth
coming', vowing that If It were not;,
produced within that time he would j 1
put steam to Ins boat and drag the,
house into the river. j
The thieves knew that he would:
keen his word, and the money was ',
to yon, nt they do to everyone.
If you eat too fast, do not masticata
properly, or take food tbst does
not agree with you, digestive de
rangements are almost sure to come,
and Indigestion generally leads
to very serious physical troubles.
relieve and cure indigestion. They
have a quick and tonic action on
the stomach and its nerves, and to
they give direct aid to digestion.
They carry away also the Indi
gestible matter. With their nse
dyspepsis, hiccoughs, bad taste,
unpleasant breath and flatulence
disappear. You should be careful
and remember Beecham8 Ptfls
Is convenient bout 10c. i
Rates, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
PRESENCE OF MIND.
claim to a practical test when we take I
all the risk. These are facts which j
we want the people to suljF.tatitiate. ;
We want them to try Hexall Muco-j
Tone, a medicine prepared from a pre-j
scription of a physician with whom !
catarrh was a specialty, and who has i
a record of GO years of enviable sue-1
cess to his record.
We receive more good reports about I
Rexall Mocu-Tone than we do of all j
other catarrh remedies sold in -ir!
store, and if more people only knew
what a thoroughly dependable reme-i
dy Hexall Mut u-Tone is, it would be i
tbe only catarrh remedy we would
any demand for.
Rexall Mucu-Tone is quickly absorb
ed and by Its therapeutic effect tends
to disinfect and cleanse the entire
mucous membraneous tract, to de
stroy and remove the parasites which
injure the membraneous tissues, t:
soothe the irritation and heal the
soreness, stop the mucous diofhare,
build up strong, healthy tissue and re
lieve the blood and system of diseas
ed matter. Its Infiufnce is toward
stimulating the muco-cells, aiding di
gestion and Improving nutrition until
Earl Kipt His Hoad, and
Highwaymen Lost His. j
"Pport'nz Days and Sportin.ar i
Ways' Ua':.h Nevill relates two incl-
denis of tliu early nineteenth century
In which Ii;i:lisli Lijrhwayiuen figure:
"lu Aupust. 1SK, Lady Stanley,
traveling from York accompanied by
her servant, was stopped by a high-;
way-man. when the maid iu her alarm
took up a bottle cf pincer beer, and
the cork flyii.? nut made siK-b a report j
that the highwayman instaijtiy palIoj- j
ed off in j,-reat alarm." !
Iord Berkeley's encounter with one
of the famous "gentlemen of the road'
had rnr.re serious consequences: i
"Iicing driven over Ilounslow ITeath :
he wns awakened from sleep by his
coach brtfnsc broucbt to a standstill;
and a threatening face looking in at j
" 4I have you at last, my lord.' said j
a gruff voice, 'though you said you !
would never yield to u robber. Deliver:'
" 'Cerinirly,' was the earl's reply,
'b::t tell me first who is that looking
over yo'r shoulder? !
"Tbe highwayman famed hi head!
to look ar.d at th same moment Lord
Berkeley shot Lira through the hoad I
Steam Heat and Electric Light
1817-1819 Second Avenue
r.en you nel a nnriaimt you esrnt to bo
tw bTi prmannly locatM In Dsvnport 16
A Fierce Nignt Alarm
io to a rlitl one. our tniM
yar. No nthar aprclallata
ever rem.'iinpfl anywhere near that loni. Many hava enia and Kin. Our of -P.r
has rrnalnd here permanently berauaa our treatments have been th
tnoat aucreaeful, our nrlcea clit.p, ami wa have ra-
fuaed to take any caae unleaa w thought thera waa
a chance to benefit or cure. Tea set not only the
benefit of hi large experience, but he haa alao
studied method. an1 treatment recommended by
leading ptiyetclans of R'iropi. Rankers. huslneas
men and grateful patlenta testify to his reliability.
No name ever uaed without coi'tnt of patlenta.
Pneelal medical treatments, elxo scientific electrie
treatments used when needed. Out of town patient
can return borne same day. One visit to office In
many cases may be all that la necessary. Consul tac
Leading Specialist t Middle West
BronchlM. Asthma, Heart Dlseaae, Rtieumatlm, Neural
gia. Indigestion, cold hands and feet, all run down, gae In
fotr.ach. choking HrmationB. shortnesa of breath, patn around heart, weak
rt. oonsrri. pain In chest, chronic throat and lung trouble, dizztneaa, const!-
I the whole body vibrates with healthy I ,s .ths h"ars. -taming cough of a
In a comparatively
stonn. It will be beid at the opera
house next Sunday afternoon.
. time it brings about a noticeable pain j
short' ' eunj-vr-'J alla' aeu croup.
uiien it &roi:.je-i iaw (.naiaiii.n 01
j in weight, strength,
j feeling cf buoyancy,
j T urjre you to try
good color aDd
nag Minions or Friends, u-, attatkay te wro'e, "we were afraid
How would you like to number lTone- inning a treatment today. At j . ,d d: Lut a,nce we rovea
aa Buck-i - "me you are sausnea. Bimpiy
Its aston- come ar-l te1'' ue, and we will quickly
4 0 yeara return your money without question
or Quibble. e have R?xal! Mucu-
Xiancbester, Ohio (It. R. No. 2) for
! their four children were greatly sjb
! ject to croup. "Sometimes In sever
what a certain rt.ir.edy Dr. Klnirs
New Discovery is, we hate no fear.
We rely or it .oj croup a6d for
I coughs, cohls or ery throat or lun
jtrcubie." 3i do turu?ands of ethers,
j So may ycu. Asthma, hay fever,
; grip, whoopinz cough, hemorrhages
. Cy Lefr.re it, 60 cents and fl. Trial
4 bottle free. Scl J Uj all druggists.
riticn. headtche. backache poor appetite, heart, liver, kidney, blood and skin
IlKpaiief", and all chronic diseases or men, women and children.
NTT? VnTTCJ TT,"RTT.TrTTV I one of the greatest curaes of mankind;
fiKVUUO UtUXXM-U.JL 1 It makes men old before their time. It Is
t .f cajfC of many a mail's failure. It saps the vitality and weakens the blood,
you ca.n be made strong You can be a auocens. Tno-jeande of men have
liken our successful treatments. It does not keep you from work. A dollar
f jr,t In regaining your health and vigor will pay you back a hundred ttmae
Nrvotjs debility (s caused by hard work, worry, loss of sleep, dissipation, es-ce-ej
of ail kind, errors of youth, shock and illness !ome to the office at
ence if you are sufT' ring from nervous debility, backache, all run down,
?:n-pinir.'.?. poor memory, loss of ytgor, bashful, blues, nerrons fears, weak
k!deys. weaknef. nun society, no ambition, palpitation of the heart, can't
!e-,. lark of confidence, poor blood, blood poison, stomach, hlood, kidney. Ma4-1-r
ard fkin dleeaex. redlment In water, eczema, easily tired, etc. Varlcooeje
It a fre'.ient cause of decline In men. Why treat so long with others when
our treatment takes rueh a short time. Names In private cases kept confiden
tial. ZTZ&MIUATIOV FSEB. loin 19 to 13 a. m-i t to 4)30 p. m. Tuesday
ac Estonia? eys&lsgs, 7 to p. m. Saaday mora Lag, 10 to 11 a. ul.'
Chicago Medical institute
124 W. Third Street - Davenport, Iowa