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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1912.
Asleep On Track; Near Death.
Lying asleep on the railroad tracks
and In a, drunken stupor. Waiter
Schick, a stranger in the city, nar-
eau&peu a nornuie ae&in. ine
sieeplng man was pulled from the Mil
waukee tracks lust a few minutes
before a westbound passenger train
arrived. He was so badly Intoxicated
that he did not know his condition
and had to be taken to the police sta
tion, where he was booked on a charge
of Intoxication. Yesterday morning
Schick realized the predicament in
which he was found last evening
aad claimed that he was Just like
others who sought the railroad tracks
for a good sound sleep. He accepted
a 10-days' sentence in jail as If it were
a Christmas present.
outgoing from this place and the wood
consignments are coming into Daven
port from Pleasant Prairie.
Photography Contest Announced.
An amateur contest in photography
is announced by the Davenport Cam
era club, the contest being open to
any amateur In the tri-cUie with the
exception of one of the five classes
of the competition, this being restrict
ed to club members only. Pictorial
photograph, home portraiture, flash
light photography, animal photog
raphy are the classes under which
pictures are to be entered. Competent
tered in the Contest will be on exhibi
tion at the Camera club display rooms,
216H Brady tftreet, on New Year's
day, at which time prizes wiU be an
nounced. A flashlight machine and a
silver trophy cup will be among the
Obituary Record. After a lingering
Illness of several weeks,' duration,
Mrs. Anna Glindtmeler, aged 81 years,
passed away at her home, 1715 West
Eighth street Monday evening. The
deceased was born June 21, 1831 in
Germany and canie to the United
States when a young lady. The sur-
judges from outside of the tri-cltles ' vivors are one son-in-law, Emil Wag
have been secured. All pictures en- ner and one granddaughter.
INTERNATIONAL STOCK SHOW OF 1912
USING BRAINS ON
FAR M PROBLEMS
A sensible writer on rural subjects
has well said: "No entertainment will
Teachers Ask More Pay. Teachers ; ever prove more helpful to a commun-
ln the grade schools of Davenport
have asked the school board for more
ity than a live stock and industrial ex
position." . . . a... 1-11 J . r A
Beginners I ln aaoiuon w so exmuuiuu vi
this and other countries to address the
people at more than 30 national annual
conventions held during the show; has
daily public sales of all breeds; agrt
cultural college exhibits, stopk judging
contests, etc, etc., together with a
series of brilliant evening entertain
ments and horse fairs, with music and
many Interesting scenes in the great
arena, also a grand parade of the lead-
f mm 14I to 175 h month.
ret 145 and utter teaching four vear the community's products and genius
the pay reaches to $60 with $75 as the where the best farm animals and
maximum. There are about 1S0 grade 1 poultry, the best grain, fruits and vege-
rr . . . t . 'tflf.loa Inventtnna 1mnpmpnt find
siaooi u-acners. me leacuern r- - nri7- tt-inr.pr of parh riav
.guest was referred to the committee 'machinery for farm use. and the best n. prize nnen o
on teacher, and teachers' salaries to j householc 1 and mXtJZ StltliX
" ee"ng- &&Ft the magcent new hotel.
Marrla0e License. .e.u.dThe fol- and to demonstrate the most approved ! J?SZ IZ
lowlcg marriage license, were issued farm practices, it would all develop ; alShr Se neS evJS
from the dl.trict court: Sanford L.!such a spirit of improvement and re-
Drown. Alba, 111., and Cora Halo. Alba, j suit in so much better and greater j the great6St &nd fiDe3t
in.; jonn l t. iorenizen, uavenpon. piuuutnuu. mi lummuuuj a
and Rose L. Mler. Davenport; Wil
liam Altfrlisch. I)avenport, and Mar
' caret J. Gallagher. Davenport; Henry
WllknB. Davenport, and Hattle Rlx,
St. Joe, Mo.; Nicholas B. Gragr. Ma
quoketa. and Augusta Weide, Mi
enport, and Florence HuBton, Daven
port. Established Interurban Freight
Service. A freight, business Is being
whole would be benefited for years
to come. j
Such an exposition would prove a i
good Investment, adding profitable re-1
turns to every farm, and business to
every town, while as an inspiration to !
better effort on the part of the youth
of the community it would be equal to
a liberal education.
What the local or county fair does
ln a small way for improvement within
opened on the Pavenport-Muscatine ll own Gisr.nct, ana wuai me di
interurban line. While the traffic is fafr does ln a lar8er T or asricul
only ln Its beginning the Indications i tufe ln ltB own sUte, the International
are that It 111 grow to become a great LIve Stock Exposition floes for the
factor In the future buniness of the l've stork Industry of the whole UniNid.
road. The traffic at the present Is
conflm d to coal and wood tfhlupments.
As the business ln this line increas'-s
speclitl motors for the transportation
of th hi-avy tratlic will be procured.
At the pn-snt tii freilit cars are be
ing transported by the motor express
cars ln service on the li:i". The ship
ments are bHtig taken from the Rock
Island line at the connection with the
interurban line In the south part of
Davenport. The coa'. shipments are
and study each year not only the very j
All competent students of the Ameri
can live stock situation agree that the
industry in this country 13 now on the
eve of the most prosperous era in Its
history, and that with the rapid growth
of population, the decline of the ranges
and the advance of prices for all kinds
of live stock, -the corn belt farmers
have now before them a grand oppor
tunity for securing good profits from
foundation herds and increasing fertility.
No competent farmer or stockman
can afford to miss the numerous ad
vantages and many valuable and prac
tical lessons to be gained during the
coming great International Live Stock
! ohnn- tn lw kM a nui V
brings together for comparison 7 """ ""' "NOV
pure-bred, individual fat and carload
classes, but also animals from other
countries, inus giving to its visitors i in extreinelv
highest specimens of animal excellence ZouTZ lnfllc'd Kerosene
l,?,!,. bureau on S iSV to 8 C00kin 6t0 to rcure bet
Stuart of Keithsburg attended the fun- i
eral of Mrs. Rice Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Close spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Aledo rela
Mrs. E. H. Osborn and daughter,
Miss Edna Helen, and Glenn Hart
man spent Saturday ln Galesburg.
Mrs. Margaret Zlgler of Moline will
meet the Woman's Relief corps here
Tuesday, Nov. 12, to inspect the corps.
A full attendance is desired. j
Mrs. C. W. Mosley and son, Meri
deth. left for their home in Wichita,
Kan., after an extended visit with '
relatives here. They were accompan-;
ied home by Mrs. M. C. Danford.
Miss Gertrude Warnock and Miss ,
Grace McCrackln, who have been
sDendin? a few davs here with Miss .
Call New Pastor. Members of Trin-1 Cora warnock. returned to their
ity English Lutheran church have ex- home in Keswick, Iowa, Wednesday, i
tended a formal call to Samuei M. Mrs. E. G. Croson and two children !
Miller, eastern man now enrolled a.j J. rftu!n.td ?ome a.ft,e.r a ew
' uain visit, at iue uome vi ur. v. run-
a divinity student in Augustana col- j in'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Baker.
lege. Mr. Miller has given complete
satisfaction to the local congregation
during his occupancy of the pulpit as
a student supply. He will be graduat
ed from Augustana seminary in spring
of 1913, and immediately after lie will
be ordained. For ih present he will
continue to occupy Trinity pulpit but
it . is not likely that he will give h:s
answer to the call till after his ordination.
Police Find An Honest Man. Po
lice authorities have unearthed an
honest man, say they, without having
to resort to the artifice of Diogenes
of old, who sought honesty with a
lantern. Occasion for the statement
of the authorities came about when
Jchn Johnson his address was with
held returned approximately $10 to
the police station after he had found it
at Sixteenth street and Fourth avenue.
Police intend to hold the money until
a claim is substantiated by the own
er. If such a claim is not made, the
money will be returned to Johnson.
Thanksgiving Service, at Baptist
Church. Thanksgiving morning ser
vices, in which it is the annual custom
for all English speaking churches of
Moline to unite, will this year, on
Thursday, Nov. 28, be held ln the
First Baptist church. The address on
this occasion will be delivered by the
Rev. XV. B. Slater, pastor of the First
Christian church, and nudlc for the
service is to be furnished by me lad
ies' quartet of the First Baptist
Woman Badly Burned. Mrs. I.eon
Clause of Fourteenth street and Rail
road avenue, East Moline, was remov
ed to the Moline city hospital to sub
mit to treatment for wounds caused a
week ago by a kerosene explosion.
Condition of the woman, .hug!i not
considered precarious at the rreHetit
time, is most serious and sha will re
quire careful attention. Injuries were
I Am Willing To Prove
I Can Cure You
To That End I Am Giving Away $10,000
Worth of Medicine
ter nre. The flare of the oil as it
Lame back comes on suddenly and ignited enveloped the woman in
liamlui. It :a caused bv
such an opportunity for observation as' rheumatiFm of the muscles. Quick re
Is equaled no where else ln the world, j lief is afforded by applying Chamber
In addition to this, it secures the ' Iain'g liniment. Sold by ail druggists,
foremost live stork representative, of j (Advertisement.)
Dr. Hartman Answers Some Letters
"f! hi I Hi
three times as much medicine as the;
, usual bottle of laxative for babies. In '
these days of high cosst of living the j
price of a medicine is worth looking i
after. Manalln can be obtained at
any drug store.
flames. Both legs and her rieht arm
were bad'.y burned. For a time home
remedies only were applied. As the
metliods did not aid in healing the
wounds, a physician was summoned.
Non-Arrival of Equipment Delay'.
Work. Under favorable weather con
ditions of the last few days great
progress has been made In excavating
on the new city hall site at Sixteenth
street and Seventh avenue. Twenty
men, a number of them with teams,
have been given employment and the
work has been so far completed that
me contractors are in a Dosltion to
A YOUNG MA1J: I have a letter younger than you are, and yet I am
from a young man who is apparently i comparatively broken down by old
i the victim of blood poison in its worst age. What would you advise me to do?
form. He is afT.Icted w ith deep eaten My dear Sir: I do not teach any
I ulcers, has taken the usual remedies system of physical culture. The only
j from doctors, both patent medicines ; physical culture I believe in is to have
1 and regular doctor', prescriptions, something to do every day that calls
He writes me: into p.ay both the mental and physical
Dear Dr. Hartman: I. there any- powers. Something that you are in-
thing I can do? Must I be eaten up'terested in. Something you believe in.
alive with the awful ulcers that I ' Eat frugally. At your age use meat
' have brought on myself by dissolute ; sparingly. Make no use of narcotics
living? I can get no relief from doc-! of any sort. Drink cold water freely,
J orH f VAIl U-lcrt ffi-V Ar eviKitlr na T A -
to ward off old age? I am 10 years commence laying of the foundation
Hut other than natural conditions
"The great work being done by the
department of agriculture, diversified
and varied in it. character as it is,"
said Alfred WendelL connected with
the great nursery industry centering
at Rochester, N. Y., "is little known
to the masses of the people, who are
in large measure tlie direct benefi
ciaries of that scientific work, and
comparatively unappreciated because
of the lack of information. There
was a time when the department of
agriculture was looked upon as a joke.
The only thing that department was
credited with was the free distribu
tion of garden seeds through congress
men to their constituents.
"If the hUtory of the department
could be compiled in a brief volume.
It would Bhow the wonderful public
service it has performed since its
establishment. It has brought to this
country from foreign lands grain,
grasses, fruits and vegetables which,
by experimental tests, have been
found to be adaptable to the sol's and
climatic conditions of various sections
of the country. Under the scientific
direction of the expert agriculturists
and horticulturists these have been
made staple crops of sections of the
country, and annually contribute mil
lions of dollars to the crop values of
"The great wheat crops of the
northwest, the wonderful production
of corn of the middle west and south,
the forage hay, alfalfa, oats, fodder
that make possible the beef and
mutton industry of the country gener
ally, the people and the small fruit
crops of the country, and in particular
i.he citrus fruits of California and Flor
ida; the pears, prunes, grapes and
wonderful apples of Washington and
the northern tier of the western states
were made possible by the scientific
work of the experts of the depart
"There has recently been success
fully introduced by the department
of agriculture in Florida, south of the
great Everglades, citrus and other
valuable fruits that will enter into the
commercial revenues of that atone-
time barren section. The same Is
true of a large territory near the
mouth of the Rio Grande. Not only
are the experts o'f the department al
ways looking for new possibilities in
grains, grasses, fruits and vegetables,
but others are fighting for the exter
mination of the enemies so common
In order to show beyond all doubt
that I am in possession of a medicine
that will cure kidney trouble, bladder
trouble or rheum&tlam, I will this year
give away ten thousand dollar' worth
of thli medicine, and anyon suffering
from thM disease can get a box of It
absolutely free. All that 1 necessary la
to send me your address.
I don't raean' that you are to use a
part of It or all of It and pay me if
cured. I mean that I will send you a
box of this medicine absolutely free of
charge, a gift from me to the Uric Acid
sufferers of the world, so I can show
them where and how they may be cured.
I will sot expect payment for this free
medicine, nor would I accept It now or
later If you sent It. It Is free in the real
meaning of the word.
For twenty-five years a Quarter of a
century I have been trying to convince
the public that I have something genu
ine, something better thaa others have
for the cure of stubborn, chronic rheu
matism, for torturing kidney backache,
for annoying calls to urinate. But It Is
hard to convince people they try a few
things unsuccessfully and give up all
hope and refuse to listen to anyone
thereafter. Happily, I am In a position
now to demonstrate to sufferers at my
own expense tha,t I have a medicine that
cures these diseases. I don't ask them
to spend any money to find out ; I don't
ask them to believe me; nor even to take
the word of reliable people, but all I
ask Is that they allow me to send them
the medicine at my own oost. That Is
To this end I have set aside ten thou
sand dollars, which will be used to com
pound my medicine. Much of It Is ready
now to be sent out. all of It fresh and
standard. There will be enough for all
sufferers, though there be thousands of
them. And anyone who needs It can
get some of It free. But In order that
I shall know that you have a disease
-for which this medicine is intended, 1
ask you to send me some of, your leading
symptoms. If you have any of the symp
toms In the list printed here you need
my -medicine and If you will w
T5ki8C--. t ia
... ,,:.J I.-.
DR. T. FRANK LYNOTT
who U mD mi $10,000 worth of metlieilM.
will do that: I am promising to send
any sufferer who writes me a box of
this medicine and full directions free of
charge, and I will do that. I can say
rurtner that this medicine has been
vouched for according to law as eomplv
lng in every detail with all requirements.
It will stop rheumatism, it will stop pain
and backache. It will stop too frequent 1
desire to urinate: It will heal, soothe
and strengthen. Tou will be better ln
every way for having taken It. Ther
is not an lmrredlent that can Injure;
not one but will benefit. All that I ask
re that you use It yourself so that you
may be personally convinced.
uwing to me lare nurabti of re
quests, I have had ten thousand more
copies of my medical book printed. Thl
book Is new and up to date and contains
complete descriptions, symptoms, causes.
enecis nna cures or Riuney. bladder and
rheumatic diseases. All who write for
the free medicine will be sent a copy of
this grand illustrated medical book the
largest ever written on these diseases
for free and general distribution.
If you need medicine such as I have.
If you are anxious to be cured and don't
want to spend any money LOOKING for
cures, write me. Read the svmDtoma
I will gladly send you a box of It free over and let me hear from vou t ,-.!:,
wnn iuu directions ror your use. iiOOK
the symptoms over, see which symptoms
you have, then write me about as fol
lows: "Dear Dr., I notice symptoms
number" here put down the numbers,
give your age, full address, and send It
to me. My address Is Dr. T. Frank
Lynott, 9170 Deagan Eldg., Chicago, 111.
The ten thousand dollars I am spend
ing for the compounding of my medi
cine Is only a part of the money I am
devoting to this cause, for the package
of medicine I send you will be fully pre
paid at my expense. From any stand
point you view It, TOU Incur no expense
or obligation. Just tell others who you
know are suffering who ent you the
medicine that cured you.
I am promising to give away ten thou
aand dollars' worth of medicine, and I
These Are the Symptoms :
1-Pnln ln th buck.
8 Too frtMiueut lvlr to uiinnto
3 Bit ruin or otMtrurCton of urlno,
4 FhIii or ornteuj n ibe bladder.
5 PrniHltr irAiihlo.
r ii nl n In (tie aiomarta.
8 Pain or loreneM umlrr rlht rib.
9 -wHIltigT In an pari if the body.
10 CoiiMtpntlnu or fiver trouble.
I tiknltlttitton or pit in under Use haart.
1-Pain In the hip jtilnt.
13 .'ala lu the nrrk. or hentt.
1 Pain or r?nraii In the kidneys.
1.1 Pain or tmHIlnff of the Joint.
1 ft-Pain or welllnv of the miiftrlea,
I 7 Pain and oreiien In nerve.
1 A Acute or chronic rheumatism.
8. B. HARTMAN, M. D.
S. D. Hartman. M. D., Columbua,
Ohio, known all over the world, prob-
To this I made reply:
keep a bottle of Pei-una in the house
tw- si-- i m rf,o. H the timt. At the 6liehtest apnear-
store at once and get a bottle of La- i a"f of cold' or -neezlng, or cough, I week end.
cupla. Begin by taking a tablespoon-; lum- or Bloma oerangemeni, lane a
ful after each meal and at bedtime. ! doBe of Pena before each meal for
Continue thl. for one month, without a few da'8 uctil tte symptoms disap
lnterruptjon, and then write me andiear' A,eo U8e the cold water towel
I will give you further advice. As to bath every morning, described ln the
vmir dipt I wrm nrmt th 1 Ills of Llfe. sent gratia.
have entered into the delay in getting i
started with this part of the opera
tions. Material and equipment, in
cluding the fu.l set of concrete mix
ers, derricks, and the like, which
were shipped out from Chicago, head
quarters of the G. V. Stiles Construc
tion company, holder of the city hall
contract, have so far failed to reach
Moline, although due a number of
days ago. Yesterday one of the firm's
representatives located here left to
trace up the cars and hurry them
along to Moline. It Is hoped that the
material will reach here before the
Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford vis
ited Sunday in Rock Island.
Edna Hartman Is sick.
William Crawford was a business
caller in this village Friday.
Miss Mayme McLaughlin visited
from Friday until Sunday with home
folks at LeClaire, Iowa.
Mrs. Elizabeth Schneider was a Rock
Island caller Friday.
About 30 young folks gathered at the
home of John Hofer Friday night to
help William celebrate his 21st birth
day. The evening was spent with
music and games, after which a dainty
luncheon was served.
Quick Relief for Rheumatlam.
George W. Koons. Lawton. Mich.,
Bays: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife won
derful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not lift hand or foot; had to be
lifted for two months. She began tha
use of the remedy and Improved rap
Idly. On Monday she could not move
and on Wednesday she got up, dressed
herself and walked out for breakfast"
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1601 Second ave
nue. Rock Island: Gust Schlegel 8c
Son. 220 West Second street. Daven
port. (Advertisement. )
'Jr ably has the largest correspondence of ' of one fresh, raw vegetable every' FROM A DOCTOR A doctor
rany doctor in this country.
He has a day. such
writes me as to the remedy Katarno:
! lr.. ( i . .
I have been reading your articles in 1 "',B "c"on as oorn Aug. 31,
the newspapers lately and I see that j "If: She !faves lhe wlower and four
you are putting up the old-time Pe- ChlAIie,n- 0scar and Alma' ,n Denver,
runs under a new name. While tha!"u c"'mer ana La". bome. Three
old-time Peruna was in its glory I
as lettuce, celery, onion.
corps of txalned assistants to dispose j radishes or the like. Also, use meat
of the letters received each day. Of very sparingly, if at all. Fresh butter
C course the doctor fan not personally milk with at least one meal a day.
. answer all of these letters, but other j Tou can eat fish as freely as you like.
doctors In his emn'oy for over 25 1
Jears attend to the details. Occasion-1 A YOUNQ LADY: A young lady ! used to prescribe it frequently for my
ally, however, a lttter is Drouput ra writes: I have ptmpies on my race ";"i. "jl ue mange uuuie
the doctor himself for answer. A and shoulders, especially ln ne spring In the formula in which a laxative was
few of the letters answered personal-' of the year, but more or less all the!a(!ded' 1 have been certain wheth
Iv bv Dr. Hartman in his resular cor- time Sometimes a few blackheads I er 1 had better prescribe It or not I
j respondence are given below as earn-1 will form, but mostly the pimples are am anxious, however, to prescribe Ka, j
I pies of the letters he Is answering ev- large and red. Is there anything I can ! arno- for 1 believe it to be one of the j gl
J erv day. The name, and adressee cf , do to get rid of them? j l'e,Bt toniC8 1 eer knew f- In doin bj
Obituary Record. Mrs. C. F. Erlck
son died yesterday morning at 4
o'clock ln her home, 147 Seventh ave
nue. Death was caused by heart trou
ble and came after a brief illness. A
native of Sweden. Mrs. Erickson came
to Moline in 1868 and since resided
brothers ln Nebraska also survive.
this can I send my patients to the
Co, as indicated in your
1 fh. m-r1fra nf thna 1 Rf t r tt mil r . i flMr YftM ahmiM An ovArV.
I .Lhk.M .. ,r,n, ,.t. .11 tr, .,K1 . ,,wr,,l.f- .V- rnlV d re, 7 & t0 McDott
: " - -. ....B . . r.w..- e- aid teube
- i , letter
i as strictly confidential. No one need I should be kept regular. The diet
J fear that hla name or address will be should consist largely of fresh raw My Dear Doctor All wholesale
I used when writing to Dr. Hartman. vegetables, fruits, and outdoor exer-, druggista keep Katarno. Any retailer
. a ur.-ru.ro. r ' Hba shmilrl t fakan owrr dav Ftotv-10 does not keep it in Stock could
i UOr I i vu Kf !.;, , . ,V tm
children, and during the time thing that worries or frets the mind; K' served by Mrs. Cullison.
A very pleasant surprise party was
ven Mrs. Sarah Glancey Wednesday
by her daughter, Mrs. B. F. Cullison.
About 30 relatives and friends gath
ered to help her celebrate her 84th
birthday, which occurred that day. A
very pleasant afternoon was spent and
many beautiful and useful presents
were given Mrs. Glancey as tokens of
love, Delicious refreshments were
when milk wa. their principal diet I ; should be strict avoided. If you will j dIts they should address! John c- McCreight died at his home
have had trouble to keep their bowels J follow this for one month and take a Katarno company, Columbus, ! Bear' Sunbeam. Thursday morning,
regular. ConsMpaUon has been the ; tablespoonful of Peruna before each j
vuij enous airr.cuiiy i nave naa to,ur my no j 5m
i contend w 1th. What do you suggest j d I will give you further advice. I
Jin remedy for a child three years ' prefer not to recommend any local
: oldxthat Is continually constipated? treatment for the pimples until after
you have followed this advice for one
AN OLD MAN: An elderly gentle
man writes me:
Dear Dr. Hartman: I know how
j I believe my remedy Manalln is
I adapted to your wants exactly. To be
sure, there are several other remedies
for constipation, especially remedies
for children, advertised. I am sura.
however, that Manalln la Just as good j strong and well you are, although you
as any other remedy on the market, j are much older than I am. I envy you
Peruna, Manalln and Lacupia man
ufactured by the Peruna company, Co
lumbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug
SPECIAL NOTICE. Many persons
Inquire for the old-time Peruna. They
want the Peruna that their fathers
and mothers used to take. The old
Peruna Is now called Katarno. If yrir
druggist or dealer does not keep It for
sle write the Katarno company, Co-
"Must aa palatable. Just as effective, and j your magnificent health. Do you have lumtus. Ohio, and they will
a ootue or Manana contains two or any special system of physical culture ail about It.
i after a lingering illness. Funeral ser
vices were held Saturday afternoon
from the United Presbyterian church
at Sunbeam. Interment was made in
the Aledo cemetery.
Mrs. William Garrett left Wednes-'
day for Oklahoma City, Okla., to make
an extended visit with her son, H. B. !
Garrett, and family. j
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Main of Ohio;
Grove township have subscribed $1,000 j
to the Mercer county endowment fund i
tell you I of William and jVashti college. j
i Mrs. John Dodaon and Mrs. Emma i
Sca!p Eczema for About Five Years.
Form of Ringworm. Thick, Rough
Scale. Entirely Well After Using
Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
Iberia, Mo. "I wa troubled with aralp
eczema for about Ave year and tried
everything I heard of but all of no avail.
The doctor told me I
would have to have my
bead shaved. Being a
woman I hated the Idea of
"I was told by a friend
that the Cuticura Remedies
would do me Rood. ThU
spring I purchased two
boxes of Cuticura Ointment
and one cake of Cuticura Soap. After using
one box of Cuticura Ointment I considered
the cure permanent, but continued to use
It to make sure and used about one-half
the other box. Now I am entirely well.
I also used the Cuticura Soap.
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