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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
noon. She is much improved in
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Donahoo spent
Monday in Watertown.
Frak Searle was a business caller
in Moline Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Donahoo spent
last week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jude Donahoo, taking charge of
the farm while Mr. and Mrs. Donahoo
attended the state fair.
Mr. and "Mra. James Long of Mo
line are visiting relatives in this com
munity while Mr. Long has his vaca
tion. Miss Mary Schafer pent & few
SHOULD KING FALL IN BATTLE, DANILLO
WOULD TAKE REINS FOR MONTENEGRO
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Three Hurt in Auto Accidents.
TLTb ii-CCIUfcUU lli.OIVU.fc UiilOUloU-itb
were lepaiied je.si.tji iU . .Yiri. i.icu
icUrlue, uii aged woman, u fcti uCs
and kLoiiteu aown at Third and .uai
felieets last evening by a luacuie !
driven by 1'iiul Jonn,on. TLo acci
dent was unavoidable aud fortunateiy
the woman at only sligntly nun. In 1
rounding tiie corner, the machine
struck .Mrs. Altitude., the rear wncti
throwing Ctr to tne vatihtii. i
In nd;ng with Mr. and Mrs. C. ii. .
Martz on tne road between lJurant I
and Wilton yehterday morning, W. K. j
I'etersen was injured painfully about
the bead and face. He was riding in t
tne rear beat when the machine, wnii-u
vas running at a good rate of speed,
ran oer a culvert. .Mr. 1'elerben aa j
thrown tKamut the top of the machine
bu& his note and face cut.
About 10 o'clock yesterday morning
joiiii iaiiKh-'u 01 uixon, wniie driving
bin machine on Mam street aboe
Third. tmsliMl into the machine own
ed by Attorney A. V. Hatuann, w hich
was BtaruliiiK near the curbmK. Mr.
Lurgt.cth was making a turn in the
Btreet and iu uotne mur.ner the brakes
would not , work. The damage to the
ilanianu machine will be about $C(,
while the damage to Mr. LanKsetb'a
machine will be flight.
Woman Severely Burned. Mrs.
Gorne WllliamB, a negro woman re
biding at 221 KaBt Fifth btreet, was
probably fatally burned late yester
day afternoon when she fell in an epl-W-ptlo
fit onto a red hot stove. Alone
in the kltcheu the woman was boiling
seme liquid and went to the stove to
look at it when he swooned. Her
left hand plunged into the boiling fluid
Bud her richt hand and face rented on
the hot Hove. She remained in this ; - - -rrrr
ijsltion two or three minutes before 1 her parents. The survivors are two
rer children discovered her and gave ; daughters, the Misses .Mary and Mar
ine alarm to neighbors. garet Cuddy of Davenport and one son,
p , M. J. Cuddy, of Mankato, Minn. The
Obituary Record. Mrs. Elizabeth ' funeral will be held at 8:30 o'clock
Cuddy pasted away at 4:10 o'clock Friday morning from the home, 10C1
this morning, after a lingering illness U riuire btreet, with services at 9
of several months, at the age of 88! o'clock at the Sacred Heart cathe
yenrs. Deceased was born March 25. ciral. Interment will be made in St.
1S24. in Ireland, and came to the Marguerite's cemetery.
1'nited States several years later with j Mrs. Mary E. Leonard, aged 63
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Run Down by Auto. Enoch Kar
stedt of oll'i Fieenth street was run
ever and severely hur(t, by an automo
bile at the corner of Fifteenth street
and Fifth avenue at 7: 40 Tuesday ev
ening. He was knocked down, the
front wheels passing over him. In ad
dition to seveial bruises, bad gash
was cut in his head. Mr. Karstadtwas
crossing the street and failed to see a
touring car carrying five persons,
which came from the south on Fif
teenth street and suddenly turned west
on Fifth avenue. The driver of the
car also failed to see the pedestrian, in
time to avoid the accident.
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days in Moline last week, returning
home Friday evening.
Saturday, Oct 12, the neighbors
and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Shel
don Walker, to the number of about
40, walked in on them and gave them
a complete surprise. All came with
well fll.ed baskets and a sumptuous
dinner was served and a very pleas
ant time was spent. Before taking
their departure for home at set of ail-
i ver knives and forks and a silver
meat fork were presented to them as
a token of remembrance. Mr. and
Mrs. Walker will move to their new
home near Lake Arthur, New Mexico,
the first of November.
Last Sabbath was rally day at
Zuma M. E. church. The following
pupils were promoted to higher
classes, those of the beginners' c'.nss
Land. ! t-e!ng Marian Taulbee. Alma Smith,
I! Mil Choxce of JSj
Greeks Leave for Native
News from Greece that natives of the ; Frank Wake and Loyd Walthen; prl
Crown Prince Danllio of Montenegro and his family.
In Montrht fcro's present war with Turkey, King Nicholas of the for
mer country is takin an active part on the iie!d of battle. Should he be
slain, the reins of government would at once fall into the hands of Dan-
J Ho, the crown prince. The crown prince, his wife and children are shown j llot recovered sufficiently to tell how
island of Crete had been called to
Athens caused the precipitate depart
ure yesterday of 23 Greeks, who are
now on their way to shoulder arms for
their native land. Twenty others left
the day previous, and it is said that
each day will see a diminishing of
local Greeks until every man v.ho is
available as a soldier in his home land
has departed. Others are going from
thy vicinity of Moline. It is estimated
that nearly 150 have gone from Rock
Island and Scott counties, while hun
dreds more are ready to follow.
Hurt In Runaway Accident. Mrs.
Nelson Hanson was almost killed yes
terday morning about 11 o'clock in a
runaway accident. She was driving a
one-horse wagon down the Fifteenth
street hill in Silvis, and the wagon in
some way was overturned. She was
thrown out and when found was uncon
scious. esterdav afternoon she had
raary, Louis E. Taulbee, Emily Cowley
and Maud Miller; intermediate, Ruth
Walnwright, LUa Wainwright. Vivian
Nichelson, Adel'.a Wainwright, Viola
Seams and Doyle Wake; junior de
partment, Verna Mumma, Viola Eck
strom, Eva May Taulbee and Hazel
WalnwrighL At the close of the pro
gram Rev. Ward Smith gave an ad'
dress to the school.
FIRST TO DECLARE
WAR ON THE TURKS
in the accompanying picture.
the accident happened.
City Has 6.5CO Voters. More than
C.OOo Moline voters now have their
Health and Beauty Helps
BY MRS. MAE MAflTYN
years, was found dead in bed at her
limi.. f:9 P.tviivn i;tri...t at K-Iirt
o'clock yesarday morning by Thomas J names co' tlv listed in the new reg-
Gi ten, a boarder. She had been dead j """"
several hours. Apoplexy is said to ' ape tliat on Nov- 5 tiie, wil1 be close
Lave been the cause of death. Mrs. ! to C 5" of the city who will
Leonard retired at 10 o'clock Tuesday ! l)t ha!1' pipped with the franchise,
evening and must have passed away 0
iu her sleep as nothing w as known of Organize Swedish People. Orgaciza
her death ur.tjl Green awakened. He I tion of fePle connected with Swedish
wtnt to her room to call her and re-; churches of Moline and Rock Island
o ived no answer. He then called Dr. I wno tast summer carried out a cele
Kraunlich. w ho pronounced apoplexy j Nation of Mid-Summer day w as ef
as the cause of death. She was born fcc,e(1 ia tbe Mission tabernacle Taes
in Louisa county, Iowa, Aug. 27, 1847, ;da-v veiling. The organiation will be
and was married when 24 years ot
Th' htiFbaud preceded her in
known as the Swedish National SO'
ciety. Constitution and by-laws were
Mrs. J.8.: Wrinkle and other marks U with a delaton-j paste. WitJi wa
of approaching old ago which now j ter mix enough deatone to cover thv
worry vou are very common. However !1,ail's. apply and in two or three min-
ou will not have to worry if you will ! ,IU" rf,move nnd waa1' the 8kin- Th'a
,, , removes every particle of hair and
follow this s.mple treatment: Apply to : lcavt!S ,.. Bkla amootu alld t.lear
your face every night a greaaeless ,
cream-jelly made by mixing two tea- 1 Ester: Apply pyroxln to lash roots
spoonfuls g ycerine and one ounce al ' with thumb and forefinger and your
mozoin into olio half pint cold water, i eyelashes w ill grow long and curl.
Stir and let stand beveral hours before ' Eyebrows can lie made to grow thick
UBlng. Mattsage frequently w ith this ! and glossy by rubbing on pyroxin w ith
cream. It will remove all dirt and ex- ' nngrr end. He cart ful and don't g t
cese oil from the skin pores and iu I pyroxln where hair is not wanted.
time you will not have a rough,
wrinkled face, tun a frenh, smooth,
death by 20 years. The survivors are ! adopted and provision was made for
one daughter. Mrs. P.essie I?!ake of ,he annual meeting in February. Rev.
Chicago: two'sona. Edward and Wil-i s G- Hagglund of Rock Island was
liam Alhrecht of Davenport; one sis-! uea1 o'-the workers who carried out
ter, Mrs. J. C. Mitchell of Davenport, I the Mid-Summer celebration in Pros-
mdchildren. t Pfcct park last year. He lias since re-
and four grar
WATCHES FOR THE BLIND.
moved from the twin-cities, and Rev.
A. F. Iiergstrom of this city, vice pres
ident, will be at the head of the bociety
till the annual meeting. John A. Swan
son, treasurer, reported $56.56 as pro
ceeds of the 1911 celebration. Special
committees reported the Swedish lan
guage is now being taught in the high
! school and that $100 worth of Swedish
Minnie H : As you do not like the
They Are Made With Raised Numeral
and Without Crystals.
The fingers of a Mind man were
(kimming over the pages of a book in
the reading r.-nim for the sightless In
the nubli' librsrv when he sndden'v
drew a watch from his pocket, opened j bo"ks have lee placed on the shelves
the face, closed It with a snap and j of tne uhlic library.
then placed his book on the table.
"It's 4 o'clock. I guess I'd belter be
cleau-looking skin of velvety texture. Idea of wearing glasses since they j Folnjr." he said to the librarian, who v.-as
I also find this preparation excellent 1 make you :ook so much older, why 1 lovering ne;ir to attend to the wants
for removing tan, sunburn, blackheads,
freckles aud large pores iu the skin.
Juliet: Yes. any one afflicted with
superfluous flesh is always nt a big dis-
don't you try treating thein first with
a good eye tonio? If you will get an
ounce of crystoa, dissolve it in a pint
of water, you will have an eye rem
edy that will prove very refreshing
advantage, whether married or single, land strengthening. Drop a few drops
To get rid of that annoying fat, stop at in each eye to or three times a day.
of her renders. Tlc bojk was replaced j Lb
u tiie shelf, and the blind man arose
The blind man's telling time by a
WRt'-h impressed a visitor, who asked
1 r, , . Xt 4
rSr j - 1
Duke's Mixture Presents1
Among ITie many valuable presents now jrlven away
with Liggett & Myers Duke's M ixture there is something to
nit every taste and ia this all-pleasing satisfaction the
presents are exactly like the tobacco itself. All smokers
liWw the selected Virginia aud North Carolina bright leaf
. that you get ia
Now this famous old tobncao wiH be more po-po!ar
than ever for it is now a Liggett Cf Myers leader, and
is equal in quality to any granulated tobneco you con buy.
i If you haven't smoked Duke's Mixture with tho
Liggett & Myers name on the try it now. Tucked
into a pipe, or any other way you use it, you will like
it; for there ia no better value anywhere.
For c you get one end a half ounces of choice granulated
tobacco, unsurpassed by any in quality.
Now About tho Free Presents
The coupons now packed with Liggett Cf Myers Duko's
Mixture are good for all sorts of valuable presents. These pres
ents cost you uot oue penny. Tho list includes not only
smokers articles but
many desirable presents for
women and children tiua
fountain pens, umbrellas,
carnerus, toilet articles.
tcuuis racquets, catcher's
gloves aud masks, etc.
As a special offer during
September ana Uctober
only, cm w'.'.l tend you oar
new iU.uitrc.ted catalogue of
presents FREE Just send
name and address on a postal.
H-fPift. r-X.ll Tf
Coupons from Duke's Mixturr may .VI
bt assorted with t.iet from HOR3E t4
SHOE. J.T.. TlNSLEY'S NATURAL VIZ
LEAF. GRANGEH TWIST, tuufons
from. FOUk ROSE3 (4-.pi t.i,A; Q
ion). PICK PUJU CUT. PIUDMONT "Tt
ARETTE3. CUX UiAKErTES.
elier tuts or am tons uiued ty us. P- 4
Address Premium Dept. !
and I am sure it w ill d.) your eyes '
a world of good. It. will cot smart
the eyes I find it excellent for dull,
fired, watery eyes, and a great aid
even to those who have to wear
your druggist's the next lime you are
dow n town and get four ounces of par
notis. Dissolve this in 14 pints hot
water and take a tablespoonful three
times a day tfive minutes before each
niealt, and your burdensome f!eh will
noon become cut down. The effect of
this harmless remedy is generally no- ! Victoria: As lontr as your Hood is
tlceable within a week, and you will j loaded w ith impurities, those impuri
feel much bwtter. j ties will be forced through your skin.
; and the application of external rem
it. P. X : To whiten and beautify edits will do no lading good, for they
your face, neck and arms, dissolve four' do not reach the cause. Dissolve one
ounces of spurmax in a haif pint witch ounce of kardene and one-ha f cupfvtl
hazel or hot water, aiding two tt a-! of Migar in i:-haif pint of alcohol,
fpoonfuis glycerine. .Apply thia lotion ; (not whiskey), ihen add hot water to
"Thank lloavcn, Thai
Itching Is Gone !"
freely and it will tone up your ek!n
wonderfully and iiui'k'.y. It makes the
fkln sott and Kti.ow'h. and will remove
that shlr.y, "muddy" look which is to
annoyir.g to you. You will find th's
lotion much better to i:e than face
lewder, an i? d-cs not rub off easily
like powder, nor iio s it give one's face
tl;at "powered look" I find th s
fpiiruia lotion excellent for remoiig
make a full ";art, ai.d you will have
enough inexpensive, old fahhione-J
rv::. uy t. i,J your blood of impuri-.
ties, f -;r:ii:;aie your liver and correct'
jour dig-s-ion Take a tablespoonful'
b-fore (.uh ii'cal and your sa'.low skin 1
will again take on that beautiful col-:
cr nature intended yd! to have. Your
circulation and general health will
improve, and the sores, blctchta. red-
Mrs. George Setzcr was
Byron caller Friday.
Mrs. Marvin Mumma, who has been
sick at the home of her parents, Mr.
! and Mrs. William Orr. at Hillsdale.
"You will find," said the librarian, returned to her home Sunday after,
"that most blind persons carry
watches and often consult them. The
watches are of the hunting: case sort,
but they hae no crystal, and the nu
merals nn embossed. The blind JT
?. n opens the case, aud by pressing
his Lngors iihrly on the face he can
tell the time instantly lv the position ;
of the hands. The war. bes are espe- j I Sublime. Try It, Folks!"
daily made for the sight less, the -o my, O my, what a blessed relief.
caims netr.z mane ailiereiiliV. so tney nere I've been sutTerin the most
may I e distinguished at cn. e.
'T have seen blind perse.! stand
near an e!ee;ri.' clock, that strikes one
on the bour. and with watch iu hand
wait until the bell rings. As it does
so they set their own by moving the
minute hand ;i round until it touches
their thumb x.all. whiih is held exact
ly at 12."-New York Tiu.es.
King and Oucen of Montenegro.
In view of the fact that Montenegro
is no larger than (a handful of counties
in an American state, it may be imag
ined that it took some nerve for King
Nicholas of that little kingdom to de
clare war on the Turks. However, be
fore he did this bold thing Nicholas
had assurances from the other Balkan
states and from Greece that they would
join him soon.
for many yenrs. The uncouth Frank
lin of early manhood who found fault
with his wife for giving him u silver
spoon and a china bowl for his bread
and rallk instead of n pewter spoon
and earthenware crock, developed Into
tho statesman and man of the world
who won the respect of Englishmen,
the admiration of Frenchmen and the
gTatitude of Americans. Harring
ton Kmerson In Engineering Magazine.
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Slays Girl and Himself.
Grand Kapids. Mich., Oct. 17.
Charles Jenks of Muskegon, aged 3
and married, killed Inez Kulkma, I
wti.it ress, 18 years old. and then tool
his own life. A love affair is given a
Following' In His Footsteps.
Vlsitore to China are particularly
struck by the numbers of pairs o?
boots hung in separate wooden cages
In the archway of the mnin went gnte
Lof Hsuanhua, the valedictory gifts of
beneficent prefects. It is an attrac
tive custom In China to Invite a de
parting; magistrate whose rule has ;
been popular to leave u pair of old
boots for Hiis)e!ision in a prominent
place as a hint to his .successor to fol
low in his footsteps. It Is a censider-
iniie uoiifir iu oe hsmmi 10 ienie uiese 1
boots, ar. l the ruled make the request I coming to you that keep you lookini
because they be- yountf, attractive that please you ana
THE HAIR OF YOUR YOUTH
"Rich, fllosiy, luxuriant fHcioating hall
Why should you not Weep it io continue
to have it plenty of soft yotilhful-iookin j
hair, to dress in the many styles most be
all the more eagerly because they
lieve in the efficacy of the hint.
An Economio Suggestion.
Gladys Tommy Tightwad Is the
Montenegro's excuse ' meanest man I've ever encountered.
for declaring war against Turkey was Gwendolyn What has he done?
a longstanding quarrel
MEAT FOR MUSIC.
"One Touch Of ZEMO and the Belief Tha Wa Haydn's "Ox" Minust Cams
to Gtt That Titls.
There is no sensible reason for the
titles attached to many pieces of mn-
swful torture for months, and trlod
things galore. ZKMu is magic. Tha
and prevrr titu freckles, c'.uppiug and ness and o'her eruptions w:il cease to
roughnebS i f the i-kin
Mrs. K. P.: If your hair is'gefting
so thin t'.iut yea have to wear fj!f
hair, yen shoul b-gin at once a treat
liient to ri'i ycur scalp of dandruff
trouble you. No better general syf
tni tcnio can be made thaa by follow
icg this kardene recipe. Try it and ;
get rid of that "n:n-down" feeling. (
Josephine: In treating your scalp
whiih Is the direct cai;re of 1.11 scalp f r d.n druff. i' is necessary to keep it
as clean as possible. Shampoo fretly
and as often as you need it. but never '
oe s ap or a soap jelly, as the ""free"
alkali will make your hair dull, lifeless
wt:l hae a dependable remedy for and : our s-a!p harsh. Shampoo with a
your hair trouble. Hub this gently ; teatpoonful of cai throx dissolved iu :
into the roots of the hair twice a a cup of hot water: then rinse in clear1
atd hair troubles. If you will mix
U-gctl 1 r i:n ounce of quir.ioin. one
bs'f put of alcohol (not whiskey)
and :.: half pint of cold water, you
A alnuts as Food.
The ancient held the walnut In high
esteem. M. nals lould and did exist
on acor::!. 1 s : t walnuts were so de
Ilcirus in taste and flavor, so palatable
ar.d cutri:io ;s. that they were revered
as f.hd only for the g'!s to dine upon.
Modern invetir-at;"n ::rd dk dcrn cus-
teii-s have i-'pularizcd the uses of the ;
walnut to such an eiter.t t'nat it Is j
n oa' regarded rot only as a luxury, but
as a food of great nutritive rclue. A
chemical enr lysis of th nut fhowg
that it Is six time as nutritious as
meat. No vegetnble or fruit, with the
possible esceptjou of the olive, can be ;
ce mpared wi'h the walnut csa strength ;
giving and fat prr-du' Irg f.iod. All 1
cuts are pos- ed cf elements of nu- j
trition. bur the Mhet In rank is th
waiuut. Man', hester Gnard an.
Now I cia sleep nitrhta. and
It. all itching
week, and it will destroy the dand-.water. You will find this a wonderful!
ruff, stop your falling hair and in t-hampoo; it will put ne life into your j Hoarseness in a ctiid subject to
.tint? pron.ote a new grown of hair. 'lair and cleanse our tcalp as no ; croup is a sure irdication of the ap
This quinine tonic apprvd regularly ' other than. poo will. I: lathers free-! r roach of the disease. If Chamber-
win nut you natr son. lustrous aaa iv. ur:e quickly without streakin?. , lain s Cougn Remedy is given at ence receipt of price, by E. W. Rose Uedi
keep it irora fpiittir.g at tne tT.'li
lle is worth. llvltK.'
ZEMO Is a new wonder a liquid,
that is sruaranlrrd to stop Itching.
Awny aro ec.-.ema. ecums pr.lns and (ores.
It stops eiauurufj ta a hurry, it Is un
equaltd for prickly heat, irritated and
innajned skin, skin blotches, sores,
bites, stings aai pimples. You can't
find anything like It. simply because
there's nothing like ZEMO known or
Zr.MO w ill be a surprise to you last
I as it has been a surprise to thousands
. who have already tried It.
i Lon't ir.lss it for 1 5 cents. When
! you have proven with a 23-ceBt hot-
tie how remarkable ZEMO is to your
own satlsfarsi&n. then you can buy a
, fl bottle, which contains six times as
murji as the a-cect bottle,
i Zi-MO Is sold at drug stores. In 25
j cent and $1 tottloa, or sent direct, oa
, and leu os the hair lustrous, fluffy and ' or even alter the croupy cough has . Vuis" 11 "
easy to do up. After the bair is dry ; appeared, it will prevent the attack, and uaracted by I.:.:....;.::"""
Maid: The quickest and surest way rrply the siiro tonic recommended to: Contains no pr.isoc. Sold by all drug- ; ZEMO is sold in Rock Island aad
to rea.ove hair or foil from the skin ilrs. K, l (Advertisement). .gists. (Advertisement.) iguarat.teed by all druggists.
sic, some of them even classical se
lections. Most generally they are
placed there as an attempt of soma
publisher to "boom" his stock and sell
his goods. Then again, some peculiar
titles may have their origin in Inci
dents about as important as the fol
lowing: Ilaydn one day received a visit from
a butcher who said that himself and
his daughters were admirers of
Haydn's music and as the young
woman was soon to be married be
made bold to ask that the composer
write a minuet for her wedding. Kind
Tara Haydn" consented, and In a few
days the man of meat obtained his
music. Not long afterward Haydn
was surprised to hear this same min
uet played under his wiadov7. On
looking out he saw a band of musi
cians forming a ring around a large
ox, tastefully decorated with flowers.
Soon the butcher came up and pre
sented the ox to Haydn, saying that
for such excellent music he thought
he ought to make the composer a
present of the best ox ia bis posies
si n. Ever after this little composi
tion was called the "Ox" mln iet. W.
Francis Gates in "Anecdote of Great
Gladys-He's engaged to Tilly Tilton.
you know. It apl-ears that he picked
up a rfni; at a bargtiln sale and had
tbe nerve to offer it as tin engagement
ring. It was much too small for her
finger. What do you suppose be sug
gested? Gwendolyn What? Gladys
(-That she diet until she could get it
a.-Detroit Free l'tes.
vour admirers too.
Don't let the grey hairs in they'll maks
you look old lose your charm a.id fiesh
nets. Besides others notice them at ouci
and comment on them too.
KEEP THE HAIR OF YOUR YOUTH
USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
ll 00 and 53c al Drue Stortt tr direct ufion rtrtifit
of t'H drat"' name. Send 10c for trial
tttlittkila H Specialties Co.. iXcmare. il.J.
T. H. THOMAS CO.; W. T. HARTA
Hm Franklin Learned Manners.
Franklin coliect! thirteen principles
to cover the small amenities of dally
life. Each week he picked out one and I
practiced it diligently, thus creating a i
habit. It tock three month to cover
them alb Each year Le practiied each
(tne four full weeks. lie kent this UD 1
,w' Ms.n'ssj, i) l"if
I'M m rt-rnaTtissM VttV! n rti rt
Pains All Over!
"You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken
Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to,
if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had
pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phy- fej
sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in tfl
UCUC1 llCd nil llldll cvtl Utiuic, tiuu mat liivuiij ii.ui.ii iu nil., ,
because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of In
different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me 3
for a few davs onlv." tA
Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before tak
Inz care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other
symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean
worse to follow, unless given quick treatment
You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew
what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness
and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard y
to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it
i'rite to: LaJits' Advivjnr Deyt. Crattanooes. AUdiae Co.. Cfcaviaooea. Torn., fV
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