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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, ATTGTJST 15, 19IZ.
THESE DEMOCRATIC TEAMMATES LOOK'
LIKE THEY WERE CUT OUT TO BE PALS
Licensed to Wed. Charles E. Leh
man. Rock Island, and Hilda M. Butt
k, LaPort City; Roy Guthrie, Gil
Christ, 111., and Julia Volk. Preemp
tion; Christian Kcldt, Davenport, and
Jannah Johannsen, Davenport; Eu
gene Carlin, Oakford. 111., and Maggie
Newcomb, Bureau, III.
Girl la Shoplifter. Elsie Richter Is
v. L - - a j . . i
inu m. iui uuh:b oi oeieuuon on a
fi " 11 is claimed inai
the has been shoplifting at several of
the Davenport and Rock Island depart
ment stores, a pair or shops, two or
three dresses and some lingerie were
In her poKscKsion. and it is said that
che stole all of this. No dat? cur been
set for her trial, the investigation into
her alleged thefts now being made by
Burglar Steals Candy. The resi
dence of Andy Miller, 1002 West
Fourth fitreet, was entered some time
after mldnlirht Tuesday and the low
er floor thoroughly ransacked. Mem
bers of the family were asleep on the
second fl'Kjr. The samnle case of Mr.
Muller, who travels for the Abraham
Candy company, was taken, as also a
. large quantity of clothing and the
week a wages of Mies Carrie Muller,
who Is employed at the J. H. C. Peter
ten's Sons store. Entrance was Rain
ed by removing a screen from a rear
Baking Company Innocent. The In
dependent Baking company against
whom a charge of having In posses
sion with Intent to sell a certain food
product known a "liquid eggs." was
brought last month by Assistant State
Food Inspector Flynn, was yesterday
acquitted of the charge before Justice
W. R. Maine. Attorneys Joe R. Lane
and Ixiuls Bloog appeared for the de
fendant and County Attorney Vollmer
: and Assistant Waldo Becker for the
tate. Commissioner Flynn and Rob
ert Gentry, formerly In the employ of
the Iowa Produce company, were the
chief witnesses for the state. The
Iowa Produce company which deliv
ered the "liquid eggs" In question, was
found guilty under a similar charge
Injuries Prove Fatal. Theodore Ho
Jenberg, a resident of Nahant. died
yesterday morning shortly before 7
o'clock while on the way to the hospi
tal following an accident in the Na
hant railroad yards. He was struck
and run over by a switch engine while
working near the round houae and his
Injuries proved of such seriousness
that he died an hour after the accl-
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Woodrow Wilson and Tom Marshall
the guest of her uncle and aunt. My?
and Mrs. John Bowser, returned to
Mr. and Mrs. William Kleist and
family of Muscatine Island spent Sun
day at the home of their uncle, D.
The Misses Verna Stewart and Ida
Yeader, Messrs, Louis Fowler and
Carl MInson of Hazel Dell and Charles
Kleist and John Evermejrer of Musca
tine were Sunday visitors at the D.
A. Kleist home.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Haskins and
two daughters, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Martin of Davenport visited
.their uncles, O. L. and Burnie Rey
' nolds, Sunday.
O. L. Reynolds is ill at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Burkhardt, Wil
liam Burkhardt and William Kranz
of Milan, 111., visited Saturday and
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sophia
Kranz and attended the funeral of
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Boney of Buffalo
Prairie, 111., are visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. F. P. Gillett today.
Another veteran-citizen, and one
who enjoyed the highest esteem of
all who knex1.- him, has passed from
earth to his eternal rest. John H.
Zollner was born in Volleon, Province
of Prussia, Aug. 3, 1So3, and passed
away at his home in Drury township,
surrounded by his loved ones, Friday
-.orning. Aug. P. at the age of
79 years and 6 days. After the death
Tar Catches Fire. Burning of a -of his parents, the deceased and his
wagon of tar at 2:30 yesterday after-; two sisters came to the .United States
noon at the foot of Fifteenth-and-a-' and for two years were located in
Two Paving Jobs Let. Two paving
contracts were awarded yesterday
forenoon by the board of local im
provements. One is for the pavement
of Seventh street 'from Twelfth to
Nineteenth avenue and on Sixteenth
avenue from Seventh street to the
west city limits. The other is for pav
ing of Thirteenth street from Seventh
to Twelfth avenue. Brick will be
used in both jobs. Two bids were
submitted on the first Job, oroe by I.
D. Lain for J38.290, and the other by
the Western Improvement company
of Racine. Wis., the amount being
jr",625. Both bids are below the es
timate prepared by the city engineer,
which was S?.8,291.78. The job was
awarded to the Wisconsin firm.
half ftreet on Eighth avenue caused
many people to believe that several
dwellings in that vkTnUy were being
consumed. The tar caught fire when
it boiled over. The wagon, which i
ct iron, is owned by the Independent
Construction company of Davenport.
The tar was being used as a filler be
tween the bricks of the pavemenf just
lairl and the concrete curbing. The
Michigan. In April, 1S61, he enlisted
in the army, joining Company A, 1st
Iowa volunteer infantry, and was in
the first battle which took place at
Wilson Creek, Mo. On the expiration
of his term, he was discharged, and
returned to Muscatine, Iowa, and a
few days later joined Company H. 11th
Iowa battery, under Captain Benja
min Beach. Among the battles he was
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tar caugm nre at a ume a ';in were the battle of Shiloh, Corinth,
man was drawing a quantity of it j yicksburg, Iuka, Atlanta, Ezra Church.
nd he was forced to tump to prevent : and wJth shprman on lhe ceiPbratPd
being burned. He failed to close the. march fQ fhe ppa; algo jn thp rf
vo vp eti contro a tne now mm
Interest on Uninvested Funds
There are frequent occasions when Individuals, business houses,
or trustees of estates have money available" for investment and are
merely waiting an entirely suitable place for more or less pttfma
For the employment of such funds, during the period of waiting,
we have a plan which appeals to many conservative people.
It is the certificate of deposit plan, whereby you get all the secur
ity afforded by the large resources, careful management and strict su
pervision of this Institution, an (t at the same time receive liberal in
terest on the money deposited.
The certificates of deposit are negotiable by endorsement and
make good collateral security for loans.
4rc INTEREST ON SAVINGS
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00
PHIL MITCHELL, President. K. T. ANDERSON, Cashier
I. S. WHITE, Vice President. C. F. CHANNON, Assistant Cashier.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
First photograph showing both Governor Wilson and Governor Marshall, I cenincaie naa ik u, . ...
candidates of the democratic party for president and for vice president, i 'or in attendance and that the oh lid
taken during the notification ceremonies at Sengirt. The two leaders of
the party grew quite chummy and didn't have to force a smile when they
saw the camera pointed at them.
Bentonvllle, which ended the war.
After taking part in the grand review
at Washington, D. C, he returned
home on a furlough, and when his
term of enlistment expired he was
honorably discharged, with the rank
of corporal. On July 10, 1865, he was
married to Miss Mary Kran, who was
also born in Prussia. To this union
were born 12 children, two of whom,
a son, John, and a daughter, Alice A.,
j TV,- rv cum.'1 l,cu-u l" lur ut-ner worm, ins
ring at noon Tuesday. 1 ne jur sum -i ... . ,
moned returned a verdict to the ef- j " ". sureR
feet that the child came to her death rie "f mp. m Bl,ffal,
. .. : :.! i, 1 rairie. 111.: Mrs. Marv Shireman. of
i as tne result or Dasuar lueiuiisn m. n ,s . , ... .- '.
appeared at the inquest that a death T I nn?Jm- ,ofN V8t
. . j v.. a Liberty, Iowa: Fred, of Kensal. X. D
what tar didn't burn ran on the pave
ment. Firemen were called to the
scene and a stream of water soon ex
tinguished the flame.
Demand an Inquest. An inquest
was conducted yesterday morning by
Deputy Coroner L. K. Cleaveland in
the case of Esther, 2-year-old child of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoff of 1914
Third street, the child's death occur-
ments by Spallnnzani have proved that
any or all the usual life conditions can
be removed in the .case of the snail
without terminating its existence or iu
i any way lmpuiriug its functions.
The common snail retreats into his
shell on the approach of frosty weath
er, and the opening or mouth of its
shell is hermetically sealed by a secre
tion which is of a silky texture and
absolutely impervious to air and water.
Iu this condition it is plain that it is
deprived of three of the four elements
of life mentioned above air, water aud
nourishment. Harper'a Weekly.
Cities May Get Oil Lands From the U. S.
had not lacked for proper attention on
lie part of the parents or the various
Liberty, Iowa; Fred, of Kensal, X. D.
Mrs. Kate Spickler, of Milan, 111.;
Benjamin, of Foster, 111.; Louis .
Adam T.; William R., and Anna A., at
Washington, Aug. la. As a sequel 1 secretary's last report there are few i
to Socretary Fisher's recommendation
last week that the government give
free coal lands to cities in public land
states, to be operated for the benefit
of the people, the secretary staled that
he would take practically the same pos-
or no towns in the I'nited States
which could develop all the electric
phvsiclans who had treated the child. aiso one sister. .Mrs. t an
The inouest was called at the request i Schroeder, of Detroit. Mich. The fu
of the child's parents, who, it is said, neral services were conducted at the
were of the opinion that the child had nme of the deceased by Rev. E. L.
t hsd nroner treatment at the time Sheppard. all members of the family
Demg present, excepting the son, Fred,
I of North Dakota, w ho was detained
by sickness. The remains were de
posited in the family burial lot at the
of its birth by the physician in attend
t At nrntpr ultima n'.H riil lund
In other words, the department of ! promptly and properly develop the
power they i;eed d by water alone, i ;
In practically all it would be neces-1 i
sary to have an auxiliary steam plant.
.v ,.w" . l" 1 , !n..e'g t -it... .:h n in,u 'frnment would be that municipalities
"re niiBuap is not aenniteiy
known. He had been working around
the switch engine for only a short
time when in some manner he was
struck and knocked to the tracks. The
wheels of the engine passed over his
body and fatally Injured him. The
train crew and fellow employes plac
ed him on the switch engine and he
was rushed to Davenport as quickly
V. R. Goble to Thomas Campbell,
lot 38, Campbell's addition, $1.
Moline Trust and Savings bank to
Pauline Aswege. lots 21 and 22, Fred
erickson's addition. South Moline, $1.
Thomas Campbell to Elizabeth D.
Pearson, Campbell's addition, $2,65.
Carl J. Youngberg to Henry Eck
land, lot 10. block 1, P. H. Wessel's
Eecond addition, Moline, $1,000.
John Kenady to Louis Weltz, lots
11 and 12, Carbon Cliff, $1,000.
Hattie Plambeck to Emil Kron-
the interior will officially cooperate
in the extension of municipal owner
ship and opei'Etiou of coal mines, wa
ter supply systems, electric li;ht and
power plants and oil wells.
Secretary Fisher announced that
whenever a municipality In a public
sites and give full publicity to the cost
of operation and lhe receipts, in order
that no graft or corruption could ap
pear. Failure to comply with these
conditions would result in the govern
ment again taking over title.
In letting these sites go at nominal
rental. Secretary Fisher will recom-
land state applied for a water supply
as Possible. The citv Bmhulnnpa u-ua rr u-Bfr iutu..r ftitp with the leinti-
at the foot of Ripley street, but before I mate purpose of developing it. he would : w" , ' "i""-"
mend that safeguards be provided, so
j Reynolds cemetery, in Drury town
. ship, the presence of several hundred
of the old friends and neighbors of
,the family. The deceased was buried
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Foster spent a .with military honors by the officers
part of last week at the home of and members of Shelby Norman post,
their son, Charles, near Attilissa, j cf the Grand Army of the Republic,
Iowa. j assisted by a sergeant and detail
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Briars and from Company C, 54th regiment, I. N.
daughter, Roberta, returned to their jG- tne pallbearers having been select
home in St. Louis, Thursday, after , ed from tne surviving members of the
a very pleasant visit at the home of itwo military commands with which
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Watson. jtne deceased served in the Civil war
Miss Eleanor Kleist, who returned Comrades Joseph Biles, Frank Fish
hoine Saturday from Buffalo Prairie ;er and Robert Armstrong, of Corn
is jn. jpany A, 1st Iowa regiment, and
Mr. and Mrs. William McGinnia of ; Charles Judisch, Simon P. Wilhelm
he could be placed in it he had expir
H Fool4 Hr.
"If yoa wr asked to get ready to
tart neit Thursday on long journey
do you think you could do so?" asked
ber rich employer, who was a wid
ower. "Ob, I much wonld depend upon the
kind of journey It was to be," she
"I mean a pleasant Journey a Jour
ney thut would last for a montn or
"And should I have company on the
"Well. I hadn't thought of that Ne.
I don't believe you would. I should
expect you to go alone."
"Then I dn't Ullev I could get
ready," she said turning to her type- , could a proper adjustment Le made be
wrlter and making four mistakes In 'tween the rates cLarged for electricity
the first Hue of the letter she had be- ; developed by water power and that
recommend that it have preference ov-:" ,ul , """-" "i"
er a private applicant, individual or i use th,'m as a cl,lb over1sllf Pn"
corporation. j vat I'ower systems as may be already
Furthermore, the secretary will rec-; ln JJ)ortln' M . t
,v,, ,k- ,n,n.n..tinn 1 Th fir8t or1 f Secretary Fisher's
ed by the government for the use of . ' . . .
the site fball be nominal, with an
agreement that the government shall
turn the morey into the improvement
of contributory s'rearus and water
sheds. The effect of this would be
towns in the extension of municipal
ownership of utilities and public ne
cessities came last Friday, when he
sent a letter to congress recommend
ing that it give 640 acres of coal land
practically to return the money to the .ir , ' ,
rl,..i.... .l0 make fRls Possible he withdrew
Buffalo Prairie spent Saturday and
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Rena Middaugh, who has been
and A. G. Tyler, of Companies I, H
and A, of the 11th regiment, Iowa infantry.
FLOATING A TOWN AWAY.
In the opinion of Secretary Fisher,
the 040 acres in question from public
it would be necessary for the govern- ;
ment to require a certain coir.pensa- '
tiou for the sites and power, although !
the money would be used solely for
His announcement that he will ex
tend his plan to take in water sup
ply and water power sites and oil
the benefit of the municipality that ; !a"Js. W88 made .,0 a correspondent
caid It In r,o nlher ,v ,. ! 11 19 nf'1 11Kel-V ttlHt ,he Bretary
gun. CblcHgo Lecord Herald.
i generated by steam. According to the
may be invested in
Real Estate Bonds
approved by the
We offer such bonds
TO NET 6
in denominations of
$100, $500, $1,000
Both Long and
For Fourteen Years. Restored
To Health by Lydia E. Pink
Plnrin Til A f ti.T fnnrtfin rr -n we rf
will senrt nv mirm,,niH : j
' ' ' . . 1 ranennsr everything nom female com
fiitss on the subject. His statement, t.i.s. I am at lo.
restored to health.
"I employed the
best doctors and
even went to the
hospital for treat
ment and wa3 told
there was no halp for
me. But while tak-
was merely by way of announcement
thut cities may apply for water sites
and that the department of the In
terior, which has Jurisdiction over the
public hinds, will co-operate with
them as far as possible.
Jir.g Lydia E. Pink-
ham s Vegetabla
Compound I btan
to improve and I
"Pspa. you know that Georpe. who
pniMis-d to me last night, is coming
for hi answer this eveniug, don't you V
"Oti. thank you. nana: That was i continued its nseunti! I was made well."
the answer 1 whs cuinu to give him j Mrs. Henry LeiEEERG, 743 Adaffii St.
nr.yway:"-Chioai;o Tribune. Kearnoysville, W. Va. "I feel it try
j duty to writa and say what Lydia E.
Tsrms cf th Gam. ' rinkham's Vegetaljle Comround haa
He -Dearest, you're the E-oal of mr done for me. I suffered from femala
Litten & Roberts
DON'T HE AN OLD MAN HUSBAND
BECAUSE OF GKLY HA1K
Don't look ixty when your iic locks on-
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l-l.1T. UVII l HUHUO.IIUHUI.II1IIIHI - . . , , .
mom your friend, and neighbor.. Don't ' "T """"" ",s "rm, ;e ,,f ,Q al 110,63 Ie,t 80 rn,S2raDio
be that f rey-hired pawe lookir.tf fellow " ,ve J"' "or hoidi. g. Harvard Lam- I could hardly endure beir.j? on my feet,
who', too old looking for tbia and for that, j Poon. "After taking Lydia EL Pinkham'a
There'i no excu.e for it, duty to your- . j Vegetable Compound and following your
lf and rirticularly your own detire to i Rheum. tism Relieved n a Ve Hours. 6pecial directions, my trouble is gone.
BE YOLNG look'young. to do the ac- N B Tng!6Ti Madison, Wis. says- ' Wcrd3 fail to express my thankfulness.
YOUBNCER,h almcst-he!ple,s wita rh j ,1"
convince you that vou ouht to GET RID j Usm for about five months. Had it in j mends. -Mrs. G. B. V, HITTCGTON.
of thoe "GREY' HAIRS" ought to mr neck no ". could bo turn my head, The above are only two of the thou
keep them out. and all through my tody. I tried thre ' Bands gf grateful letters which are con-
rsature never intended they thould be in doctors and many remedies without i tant!y being received by the Pinkham
a young head. Help her along. USE 8By reUfcf wnleTer until I procured Medicine Company cf Lynn,Mass., which
USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism I Show clearly what great things Lydia E.
', "T-? ' yji:'! I In a few hours the pain was relieved 1 Finham's Vegetable Compound does
I lli Ci- L ' 4 i'-A f2 ! Ui land in three days the rheumatism waa lor Lri"se wao suSfcr from woman s ilia.
? ZT , - 9trTr--r-rtri j completely cured and I was at work."
I c-;pt at pme aad dc --r' nxr. Srod luc tor 0i J oJ utto orotiaa. 1501 tiecona a7e-
c-iil bott'c I'i.iio ht rfc C-j.. Nnirt, N. J.
blocks, lknu. Mortgages.
T. H. THOMAS CO.; W. T. HARTZ.
If yon want special advice write to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (coufi-
: sue. Roik Island; Guet Schlegel & Son. tnlJ1 ynn, aws. Yonr letter will
.. V. cSt seccad stre., Denporu TS
Story ef the Origin of Commercial
Street In Provincetown.
Commercial street in Provincetown
had an origin In keeping with Its pres
ent nautical air aud appeal to the im
agination. The town originally stood
on the spit of sand far out across the
harbor, where the lighthouse now is.
Many years ago the government
bought Provincetown. bouses and ail,
in order to protect the harbor from the
threatening sea. The Provincetownians
went to the government people and
asked what they were going to do with
"Pull 'em down, of course." said ths
"Can't we have "em?" Inquired the
"Sore." replied the government, "if
you'll take 'em away."
"Sure!" echoed the Provincetownians.
Old wreckers that they were, they
applied their technic to the problem of
bouse moving. They bulk headed their
dwellings up. necklaced empty casks
about them in the way of life preserv
ers, and one sunny morning the village
of Provincetown. true to its maritime
traditions, set sail, schoolhuuse end all,
and came floating gajiy across the har
bor to where it now stands. Near the
railway track today tbey point out a
certain store as the original seafaring
aehoolbouse. Metropolitan Magazine.
Just See That Corn
The New Corn Cure "GETS-IT" Gets It.
GOOD BACKS FOR BAD.
Rock Island Residents Are Learning
How to Exchange the Old Back
for a Stronger One.
Does your back ache, feel weak and
Do you suffer headaches, languor
Is the urine didored, passages
The kidneys may be calling for
Weak kidneys cannot do their work.
Give them the help they need.
To cure a k'dney backache you
must cure the kidneys.
Use a tested and proven kidney
Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the
Convincing proof of merit in Rock
William Schroeder, 549 Hennepin
avenue. South Rock Island, III., says:
"1 used Doan's Kidney Pills and found
them effective. 1 had pains across the
sirtall of my back and my kidneys were
out of order. Doan's Kidney Pills gave
me relief In every way and made me
strong and well."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Fostr-Milbm-n oompany. Buf
falo, New York, sole agents for the
Remember the name- Doar.'s and
take no other.
C'lrnN on Sundny!
llefore I Minic
Gone on Turadny!
holm, lot 3, block 3. third Wheelock
Fifteenth Btreet addition, $975.
John la. Uenjamin to Clarence Ward,
part 28-19-1, $S00.
Moline Trust and Savings bank to
Robert I.. Hart, part outlot 8, High
land addition, $215.
Andrew Anderson to Julius Weltlln.
part lots 22 and 23, Guyer's addition,
Jane S. Cable to Lowry M. Casteol,
lot 17. block 9. lots 5. 16. 17, 18, block
10, lot 19, block 11, Ilusord and Guy
er's addition. Rock Island, $1.
Thorwald H. Klunkel to Leo Da
Schinckel. lot 4, block 8, Uuford and
Guyer's addition, $325.
There are two theories as to the
source of the term "cop" or "copper,
the familiar name for an officer of the
law In the mouth of the mischievous
iimlu. One derives It from the letters
C. O. P. central otllce police but the
other and more usual explanation of
the word is that it referred to the
eight point star made of copper and
surrounded by a copper ring worn by
the Metropolitan police of New York
in the late fifties. Thin badge, a huge
ufTuir uhleh WH4 fiiHteued tr the t)lt-
'!1 " !"? "ticking .l!.ter. I ... . ,.s,,n , f11P irhH
i an uriiKKiKis at i '!- j r - -
CJKT3-IT" Is tlie new corn cure on a
new plan, that is an hftrmlens to the
pkln as water, hut. hlaxes, how it works!
Nothing to Ktlck or hurt. l.o. and be
hold, your corn cornea ' out. You don't
have to drag It out. Evpry owner of a
corn, callous, wart or bunion Is going
to Rf-t the surprise of a lifetime. Xn
mo- rlicKinir at corns, no more slIHnK
with razor and drawing blood, no more
"CJETS-IT" is sold
THE CURIOUS SNAIL
This Creature Can Live Without Air,
Water or Nourishment.
While the snoll has luugs. heart and
general circulation and is iu every
respect an air breathing creature, it
cau nevertheless exist indefinitely with
out Inhaling tbe leatt breath of air. the
element that is usually considered tbe
essential to existence in all creatures
suppUed with lung.
To all organized creatures." said
Leppert. "the removal of oxygen, wa
ter, nourishment and beat causes death
to ensue." When that statement was
made Leppert did cot apiiear to con
sider tbe snail as one among tbe great
feSofi ''qranued beuifca," for ezieri-
25 rents a. bottle, or sent direct by K. J long, was later superseded by a special
Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. ((f ,,.,. Ki
Are You Nervous?
What makes you nervous? It Is the weakness of your
womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the
hard work you do. As a result, yuu break down, and ruin
your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take
14 Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely
vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs,
'v and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain
and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the
source of ths trouble and building up the bodily strength.
Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took CarduL
This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and
nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had
fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose
of Cardui helped ne. Now, 1 am entirely cured cf the
fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I jj
J L-nrtw it Ravprf mv life." It Is the host tnnir frr writnpn P:
Do you suner trom any ct the pains peculiar to women?
I Take CarduL It will help you. Ask your dru2gist
Wrfitto: Ladle' Advliory DesA. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooea. Tena.,
tar Social Instructions, sad 64-oaae bcof'Uonie Treatment lor Women." aent ret I 50
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