Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1913.
B 1 THE VALLEY CLARION &
A Ml( IIK.tN rOTII.I.IOX.
Munisirie. Mich.. News, i
Colorful, preeminently pretty, and
full of grare. gladness and vivacity,
was the cotillion the first ever put on
In this ci'y at Munlt-lrg opera house
last Thursday r.ight.
The simple, serene beauty of the
decorations Irresistibly appealed to the
ftrtietlr sense of tie dancers, command
Inn Kmeral admira'lon and eliciting
numerous eulogistic remarks. On the
'ape, wl hack jf the footliehts, the
Ideal orchestra was ensconced behind
a semi-lattice n t -en of evergreen
rope enlivened by polnnettias.
'Ta not, until the hour of 10 that
the coMil.on commenced under the ca
pa!Ie direction of T. D. Karie, grace
fully assisted by Mrs. K p, S'eward.
The us- of a whistle, by the director.
10 n'.cna; the r.rrhestra and to direct
the danr rs, ai a pleasing innova
tion. The ro'l'lion I distinctively a favor
liaise Th' xpnse and the trouble
entail' d ii, procuring or m mak'ng th
numerous favors for the par'y were lit
tie realized except by the ladies who
provided th m
On the h:ai;n mldclcht under
li'Ilo". n.ndle i.glt, a lunch, appet7
Lis delirious, delectable, pruvd a
fcraufu! diversion in which participa
tion was peneral. Throughout the
ver.!np. In a sylvan cozy corner, pala
tab:e, Kpaf-klitip punrh was neatly serv
ed l.y Miss Blanche fow.
Af'r lunch tiie IndteH. exercising
ir final leap ear privilege for 1!12,
speedily filled their dance proprams.
At 3 o'clock in the morning the
rleep-Micpect.ive s-'ralns f't "Home
Hwei, Horn'" float d throush the ball
room IMIVT KMIW MKA1G. HIT
(Biandinsviile, in., S'a.r-Cazette.
When th'1 liphtH arc Turned on It will
fce necessary for all timers to have a
nietor. Tl;').-,. whrj uvii their own
meters ca.ri have ihetn tet,tej and
changed and calibrated for ?:, rents
Kach. We don't know what calibrated
means bo yon needn't ask hr. If the
tine we Iibvh ea'n up electricity as it
did wlieti I'.' il' il ran the plant we shall
tlianp" :iti! calibrate it with an ax.
Al l, MU.F. TO t.KT HOMr..
I Stark ('(nitity News.
Monday. .Ian "T. Iieinp the lst
birthday atmlv r'-at y of Mrs. M J
White, the children wlio reside here.
(Kroni The Argun flies of 18S8 )
Jan IjenpohJ Simon was in JIou
liiouth ou business esttrday.
The board of education has perfect
ed at i uiir.tiiK tit s witli a lutnpoit
piofshoi lor a ionise of cah.-tlieuics
in the hiii school and ninth grades.
'1 he exercises ure to be given gratis
for the remainder of the school year,
mi mi h Monday afternoon and will
occupy oiu' fourth of an h nit. Tina
lIUiOMil ion w : a j.i.-;; u 11 1 relief !o
the scholar tiin th routine of school
Work iilld ;,t the ..'i'lie tltlie gives tbelll
Jan "ii large number of sleigh
ing parties weie out S.ilutdu;. night.
Vibterday was a great dav on I tie i e.
The course up Svlvan slough was in
admirable couditiou and inanv and Tu
great varietv were the turnouts that
enlivened the scene
t'aindeu mills aie in ashes One of
Milan's iirsi industries, an insr.tutiou
which has geunally managed to iiiuiu
tsin life wheu others have yielded to
business depressions of the times. Is
no more The Johnson flour uiiiis. as
liley were ;iso called, and Mt'l.ite'l la
the main part of Milan, were coin
pltely (test roved by tiro between mid
night Saturday and 1 o'clock yester
day morning. The tire was well un
tie! Iieadwav when discovered by the
watchman a few moments after mid
right in a room in the southtast coi
r.er of the lower mil! The watchman
gave the alarm, but before the bucket
brigade - the only tire protection Milan
lias - arrived, the flames had spread
with great rapidity to all parts of "the
luiildmg. and in less than a tiujrter of
n hour both mills and tLe ware houses
I TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO I
A Certain Quick Relief for
Indigestion or Up-Set Stomachs
Why s'.rTer tt? tortures of Indiges
tion. Sour S'onian, Oi.s, Belching or
tt her s'otnaih up-set There is a
tcrtuin ipjick relief anc ve'tuanent
remedy for these disorders--brown's
l.igestit tablets wi'l give relief L.5most
iustant'y Otie dose makes your storv
kch feel tine. It stops ferment at ion.
prevents distress, digests a'l the food
snd restores your tired worn-out sfom
ch to a healthful condition iJigestit
is perfectly harmless even a little
Before you pay b! ' to others Investigate our great
uccess and low prices. For 17 yean tbe best and
cheapest. Our fee for medical Treatment 1s only on
dollar Including medicine. In Catarrh. Rheumatism and
many Heart. Smmach and Lung Troubles Also Ner
ou Peblllty. Weakness, I.os of Vlror. all r-n drwn,
arlco-e elns. Kidney, Biadder. Blood and Skin Ds-ea-e
at very lo rates. Call at office once. You can
return home same day.
A rheumatic and
Hours: It to 11
' nlngs, 7 te t.
CHICAGO 'MEDICAL INSTITUTE
, , , , I y .. . ! ! I, I
I w ith Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jackson of
lEnid, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dun
bar and daughter Iuna of Galva, Mr.
land Mrs. I.. V. Snyder of Peoria. Mrs.
I Rhoda Jackson and Aunt Mary' Red
1 field came with baskets and bundles
! of good things to eat and spend the
day with a family dinner and a gen
eral good time. Among the good things
; were a loaf of fine bread and a chick
en which came by parcel post from
Mrs. Fred Atherton of Enid, which
was quite a surprise, as we were not
looking for anything to be shipped in.
Most all were able to get. home the
same night. ONE WHO GOT HOME.
Several from here attended the box
supper at Modena. They report a good
time but not a very hungry crowd.
W'p only recently learned that one
of our out of town ladies took pre
miums enough en her beautiful fancy
need e w ork at the last Lafayette
'fair to buy herself a silk dress. And
another one tf our ladies has earned
nearly enouch with her prn to put a
tie heater in her residence.
' Et Ert AI I ECT YOC THU WATf
i f St. Ixuiis Republic.)
I Ke lulled you to sleep with sooth
ing melody. He wakened yon gently
with the d'liciotis brilliancy of his
music. II" pain'-d pictures before
your eyes, pictures that made you be
lieve you were in heaven. He let you
hear the love-w hlBperlng of ail the
lovely women that ever were, that are,
iind tha: ever will be. in heaven or on
earth. He let you into the innermost
'love secrets of their hearts. He show
ed you their sweetest dreams and
;made them clear to your understand
'made the mclear to your und.Tstar.d
of the ant-ls and the pra.rs of the
eaints. He took that great piano and
I talked, one after another, with every
; instrument In the great orchestra, and
then to all together. He discussed
music, poetry, philosophy, the baseball
pame, the football rushes, the latest
newspaper sesnsation.' all th comings
and goings of all the world, the gossip
of the streets and of the shops and tha
! evening conversations of the families
of the country. He showed you how
the great steel barus and plates are
iforged, and how fine silk "is spun t.n.i
dyed and woven. It was a most won
! Mn.nnMiRR t nonrntt
Albany Review i
Shortly after the cit ystret lights
i adjoining were wrapped in sheets of
flame. There being no apparatus iu
th,. village to be used in subduing a
lite, the poople could do ncaicg but
turn out and witness the spectacle of
i nllagiation - and the entire populai e
improved the opportunity of doing
tl is 'I he loss to James Johnson, the
owner of the property, is at least $40,
"ii i n which there is not a cent of
Jan. Jl Today (Jeorge I.oosley pur
i based liit- Sharp llros. otock of china
ware, glassware and crockery and will
remove it to the commodious store in
P. I.. Mitchell's building, ieii Second
avenue, where he will conduct the
l i.siness in the future
The mall e arners of Rock Island get
their tirst increase in salary tomor
row, having worked for the govern
ment one Jiar, They will now get
instead (,f trtuo per annum
i'b. 1 Tweiify-oue arrest were
made in January i'O city cases and
one sa'e The police force has
adopted a becoming and appropriate
st.vle of helmet which they will orna
ini nt themselves with in the spring.
Feb. 2 The old fire engine has been
utilized the past few days in pumping
oi:i the cellars on Second avenue op-I-osite
l uion square, which are filled
A number of tramps were driven
ovei to Hock Inland this morning by
the Iiavenport police and they were
promptly headed back toward Havvk
eytdom by Officer Cary. They got out
on tiie ice and there made themselves
nuisances by begging of everyone
' hil.i c an take it without fear of bad
aft-r effect a. Don't wait mti! you have
another a'tack of indigestion, but get
! a package today. Try it after eating,
and Just see for yourself how it helps
; your stomach. We are so confident
(that DlgesMt is a perfect remedy for
'stomach upsets that we guarantee it
tc lease ycni in every way get a pack
age -nd if you don't like it we wiil
give .-r money back. (Advertise
FEE ONLY ON: DOLLAR
children shnuld take our specUt
.r..erni JOr lung, heart. s'oma;h
ryoue diseases. 17 years In ravenpW
2 to 4. and Tuesday and Saturday eve-
Iso Sunday morninr from 11 i n .
I winked out on Saturday night, or rath
er Sunday morn'ug, the stillness cf
I'pper Albany was disturbed by the
hoarse shouts and labored breathing of
teamsters and laborers. In a few min
Utes the stillness was again shattered
iby the sound of hoofbeats and grind
ling tires. Monday morning a saddened
J neighborhood and an irate landlord
discovered that Leonard Flack and his
'family and likesi-.se his household
: goods were safely ensconced under the
' paternal rooftree in Camanehe. The
; Review blames the board of supervis
ors for not having stopped him.
I (St. Anne, II'... Record.)
It takes money to run a newspaper?
What an exaggeration. What a whop
per. It doesn't take any money to
run a newspaper. It can run without
money. It is not a venture. It is a
charitable institution, a begging con
cern, a highway robber. The news
paper is a child of the air. a creature
of a dream. It can go on and on and
on, when any other concern would be
; in the hands of the receiver and would
I w ind up with cobwebs in the windows.
! It takes wind to run a newspaper;
it takes gall to run a newspaper. It
takes scintillating, aeroba'ic imagina
t'on, half a dozen white shirts and a
railroad pass to run a newspper. But
money, heavens to Betsey and six
hands around, whoever needed money
to conduct a newspaper? Kind words
are the medium of exthange that do
the business for the editor kind words
: and church social tickets. When you
see an editor with money, watch him.
He'll be paying his bills and disgrac
ing his profeFs''on. Never give money
to an editor. Make him trade it out.
He likes a swap.
Then when you die after you have
stood around for years and sneei
at the editor and his little Jim Crow
paper, be sure that you have your wife
send in for three extra copies by one
of your weeping children, and when
she reads the generous and touching
notice about you, forewarn her to ne
glect to send the editor 15 cents. Mon
ey is a corrupting thing. The editor
knows It, and what he wants is your
heartfelt thanks: then he can thank
the printers and they can thank the
i grocers. Give your job work to a
i traveling man. and then ask for half
' rates for church notices. Get your
; lodge letter heads and stationery
! printed out of town and then flood the
edi'or with beautiful thoughts in reso
lutions of respect and cards of thanks.
They make such spicy readings and
you are so proud of your local paper
when you pick it up filled with these
glowing mortuary articles.
But money scorn the filthy thing.
Don't let the pure innocent editor
know anything about it. Keep that
for sordid trades people who charge
(for their wares. The editor gives his
bounty away. Th1' Lord loves a cheer
ful giver. He takes care of the editor.
Don't worry about the editor. lie has
a charter from the state to act as a
door mat for the community. He will
get out the paper somehow; and stand
up for the town and whoop it up for
ou when you run for office. Doa't
worry about the editor he'll get on.
The Lord knows how but somehow.
THKlii: WS A HRASOV.
The revival meetings last week
were not attended as well as they
should have been, but the pastor gave
it to us s'ruiglit Perhaps tnat was
why some of u.-c weren't there oftener.
Anvotie wishing electric treatment
just call at Kdgar Joh.ison's office at
the livery stable, and Mike will dis
pense the mysterious current to your
heart's content. Charges verv reason
able. Sheriff Irwin was seen on our
A Sherrard young swain was calling
upon Ills sweetheart, at a loral home
last Sunday .light. When time came
for bim to Fay gocd-bye. he attempted
to put on his overcoat, which vas
, hanging on a chair. But. the watch
tviog had forestalled him. He had a
hold of the coat tail and refused to
let go. and no amount of coaxing could
induce him to relinquish his hold upon
the outer garment of the young man.
But fiually the young lady hit upon a
scheme. She had a sack of candy
which the young man had thoughfully
brought her. The dog is very fond of
'candy and by placing herself between
j the de g and the coat and feeding the
dog candy, the young man was able to
depart without any mishap.
Here is justice to a "t." A Kansas
justice fijed a man 35 for beating his
horse, and at Litchfield, IU., a justice
( lined a iran $5 for beating his wife.
The chances are 'hat if these two jus
tires were running for office in the
'same town the $.". scamp would draw
;the largest vote.
Kd Denton of R irea . county has only
one leg yet he husked corn all last
fail a.id some das he picked as high
;as 90 bushels. .
Viola Knrerr.rtse i
In remitting f0r subscription to the
Knterprise, Mrs Richard Reynolds
writes that they are r.ow living in
Stanford about nine miles southwest
of Danvers on the Chicaco & Alton
railroad. She also incicse.i a seve.i
page letter for publication, but owing
to the lack of space thp letter is omit
ted. It. really would not help matters
much if the article in question was
published as our people are familiar
" nh the rircinistaniep to which she
refers, and as we 'ia not desire to mix
i family troubles' of any kind we
. ae come to the conclusion that the
: ss a person speaks of those things
tt:e better it Is for all coacerned.
. - t T ) -1 . : : i .
i. ofiiit rmjiciaiis. Baioon Keep
ers auu a proiebsionai oonasman quail-
fied before United States Commission- j
er Irvine as surety for the release of ;
! J P. Barry and Paul J. Morrtn. both
i of St Louis, in the federal prison at
Leavenworth, Kah., for alleged com-!
plicity in the McNamara dynamite
i plot. The papers will be sent to the
i I'nited States circuit court of appeals
in Chicago for approval.
Flebig sharpens skates.
Boy s home of Reldy Bros.
For express, call William Trefx.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Have your skates sharpened at Fie
b'g's, 1619 Third avenue.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug-making.
See the new No. 5 "Free" sewing
machine at the Mill Store.
"Quicker Yet" hand and power wash
ers for sale at, the Mill Store.
Good prices that are right. That's
what you get at the Mill Store.
We repair all makes of grapho
phones, Charles Fiebig, 1619 Third ave
nue. Our B. B. eerge at $33 Is the best
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer'8
Flash lights and electrical novel
ties. Charles Fiebig. 1619 Third
Six per cent farm mortgages. LItten
Roberta, People's National bans
Remember that Ralph Stanton ha
everything to make your friends, who
Coal, coal, coal. The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all
tbe best grades of hard and soft cosl
Sewing machines repaired and war
ranted for one year. - Supplies for all
machines. Fiebig, locksmith. 119 Third
Ward & ' McMahoa will give you
estimates on your plumbing, steau.
and hot water heating that will have
Gansert's "Fruitillas," chocolate
covered fruits with liquid centers.
Take a box home today. For sale by
all leading dealers.
Perfection marine and the Water
maa portable engine, which can be
put on any boat or skiff, just received.
Come In and see them. Fiebig, 1C19
A fine line of imported oliveoil and
spaghetti, also fresh supply of ora.iges
and bananas; bananas, 5 and 10 cents
a dozen; at Frank Campana's, 223 Sev
Dunsmore & O'Connell smoke house
and billiard parlors, corner of Twen
tieth street and Fourth avenue. Every
brand of good cigars and all kinds of
Special prices on granite and blue
and white enamel ware. Better stock
up on these articles now while you
can buy them at these extremely low
prices. The Mill Store.
Mueller Lumber company will en
able you to build a fine house or barn
out cf the choicest select lumber and
you will be surprised and yet pleased
to learn the low prices they are tnak
icg. Souders Laundering company at 601
503 Twelfth street. This laundry if
equipped with the very latest modern
machinery, turning out work that is
not surpassed by any laundry in the
Kaln & Reinhardt cigar store still
takes tbe lead. Most liberally patron
ized. Everything in tobacco, cigars
aifd smokers' supplies. Man h never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice Lrands.
1. S. O'Hara, flour and feed store,
is having a big trade on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
for horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and
all kind sof poultry. It makes the
hens lay every day.
The Rock Island Lumber and Manu
facturing company, lumber and build
ing material for all purposes, houses,
barns, granaiies. We will give you an
opportunity to save a big per cent. Let
us be of service to you.
Math's baKery ana confectionery
store, the finest in the trl-cUies.
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls They can't be beat. Most peo
ple say they are superior to any home
baking. Let them serve you.
E. E. Lamp, plumbing, steam and
hot water heating, gas fitting. His
efficient knowledge of the business
justly entitles him to your patronage.
Benevolent Institutions in
United States Number 5,397
Washington, Jan. 30. A special re- tiens for aduits or adults and children
port on benevolent institutions in con-! 121 . inbUlutions for ,he Minii alj,j
tinental Inited States la in course of , , . , ,
preparation by the bureau of the cen ,kaf' 6iili Lo"al. 't- The move
bus, in connection with the 13th cen- nit at cf inmates during the year is in
sue. and preliminary figures show ing ; dicated by the fact that 82,011 children
the number of institutions reported, j were received into institutions, while
ttfether with certain data relating to S".&25 were placed in families or in- ti-
inuates of these institutions have just
been issued by order of Hirector E.
Dana Durand. These figures are sub
ject to revision, but are substantially
The total number of institutions re
ported is 5.3S7, classified as follows:
Institutions for the care of children.
1.152; societies for the protection and
care of children, 212; institutions for
the care of adults or adults and chil
dren, 1.442; institutions for the edu-
cation and care of the blind and deaf. were reported in 1904, were not includ
hospitals, classed as benevolent, j ed in l&l'n; inmates of institutions at
l.Pt-6; and dispensaries, classed as close of year, an increase of 95,75;
benevolent, 5T6. children received into institutions dur-:
i"eee institutions, or under their
care, there were at the close of the
jear 280,337 persons, apportioned as
fellows: Institutions for children,
107.4"! : societies for the protection
janu care of children, 35,27&; Institu -
uy Your Fur Coat
i lit nJz
and Fur Set Now
A Rare Opportunity to Buy Real Furs. Made by Expert Furriers
and trom Whole Skins Only, at a Savins? of 25.
SELECT ONE OF THESE COATS NOW
Russian pony coat, 52 In. long,
beautiful marked skins. Skinner
lining, was CTJ 7
45.00. now $00. U
Russian pony coat, 62 In. long.
extra quality, was
Extra fine near seal 52 in. long,
extra quality, was CC"7 Cfl
$90.00, now 3D I. OU
River mink, large striped bor
der, 62 in. long., extra quality,
was $95.00, C71 OR
now t !.U
Marmot, looks and wears like
mink, 52 in. long, extra quality.
Fur Sets at
Isabe.'.la Opossum sets, large shawl large muff,
was $17.50, now
Black Opossum ets, large shaw 1. large muff,
was $13.50, now
Blue China Wolf sets, large shawl, large muff,
was $8.50, now
Jap Mink sets, large shawl, large' muff,
was $25.00, now i
Blue Wolf sets, large shawl, large muff,
was $25.00, now
Isabella Fox sets, large shawl, large muff,
was $30.00, now
Black Fox, extra quality, sets, lart; shawl, large
muff, was $41.50. now-
China Black Martin sets, large shawl, large
muff, was $30.00, now
Black and Brown Coney sets, large shawl, large
muff, was $7.00, now ,
All our furs our own make and every one guaranteed.
0RRINE FOR DRINK HABIT
TRY IT AT OUR EXPENSE
We are in earnest when we ask you
if give OKRINE a trial. You havo-i
. I . l. i . v. . . I
IOWA'S LARGEST FURRIERS. 219-221 W. Second St.
II' , aJ
ui?--ii'ii, iu iioii auu eveiiuius 10 gum, ; )
for your money will be returned if SJ
after a trial you fail to get results j Q
from ORRINE. This offer gives theO
w ives and mothers of those who drink ; O
to excess an opportunity to try the.ci
ORRINE treatment. It is a very sim-, H
pie treatment, can be given in the '
home without publicity or loss of time'O
from business, and at a small price. $
ORRINE is prepared in two forms: IO
No. 1, secret treatment, a powder; j x
ORRINE No. 2, In pill form, for those I O
who desire to take voluntary treat- x
nieii. Costs only $1.00 a box. Come i O
in and talk over the matter w ith us. j 2
Ask for booklet.
Harper House Pharmacy, II. O. i
Rolfs, proprietor. (Advertisemeut.)
His shop has all modern equipments
Everything iu plumbing supplies.
M. R. Iglehart, marble and granite
works, save you the middleman's prof
its. From 15 to 25 per cent saved on
every monument and all kinds of mon
umental work. Call at our shop on
Second avenue and see for yourself.
We are the leaders for up-to-date
tduuuij wum. .avu Bunt uuibueu
by hand and put up In a carton, Insur
ing work. Delivered to you in good
condition. We guarantee no cracked
collars or cuffs. City Steam laundry.
Reid & Bollman, 417 Seventeenth
Johnson's Wood Dye is not a mere
stain not simply a surface dressing.
It Is a real, deep-seated aye, that goes
to tb.6 very heart of the wood and
stays there fixing a rich and perma
nent color. Johnson's Wood Dy, is
made in 14 standard shades. For sale
by Lerch & Greve, 2002-2004 Fourth
Have been making chocolates for -0
jears now but never had any pack
age jump into national popularity quite
so quickly as my "Preferred" box of
chocolates. These are Just a little
bit better. The name Ga.isert on every
piece is a guarantee of their pur
ity. Get a box today.
joins, mobtly in families and chiefly
by societies for their care; 7,:1
ptttons were received into institu-
j tions for adults or adults and children.
and 2,".J4 into institutions for the
blind and deaf; l.'j'L.hMi patien's
were treated in hospitals, and 2,4j:,
T ' in dispensaries.
As compared with the previous re
p( i t, that for 1904. the number of in
stitutions reported shows an increase
of 1,346 (day nurseries, of which lriri
! Ing the year, an Increase of 11,186- I
patients treated in hospitals, an' in
crease of 1)11,326; and in dispensaries
of 827.408. There was a decrease of
lf,9.319 in the number of persons re-
j ceived into institutions for adults or
One-Half Off on the Fol
Brown and Black Coney coats.
n7w5 and.13.0.. $15.00
Near Seal coats, Si inches long,
Russian pony 36 inches long,
r$40.00 ..: $20.00
Near Seal coats. "6 inches long.
was $ 15.0m,
The Tri-City Dancing school will select the first ticket on
the piano next Monday evening, Feb. 3. at Elks' hall.
The person holding the correct ticket must be in the hall
that night. If the person is not in the hall that night, an
other number will be selected on the following Monday
adults and children, and of 4,471 in
the number received into institutions
for the blind and deaf.
Whether the increase indicates i a,:ul' and children is chiefly confined
greater need or greater care and more i fo institutions for the temporary care
complete provision is a question which j of men wno are destitute,
must await a more careful study of. Noting the distribution of instltu
the situation; us also the question as ! tions In the states, it appears that
to the decrease. Two items are of spe-1 New York leads w ith 797. an Increase
eial interest, the collection for the 'of 2u0 over the figures In l:ml; Penn-
first tune of data In regard to the plac
j iu(,.out of Fllttdrvu in fumiliea aml the
... . .. i i ..
increased interest manifested
in the treatment of tuberculosis, which
; accounts to a very considerable degree
for the increase in the number of 3is
: peiisaries and to some degree of hos
j pitals and sanitariums. Thus the net
l number of dispensaries added to the
j list is 420 and of these nearly 2i) are
i county dispensaries established in the
state of Pennsylvania by the tlepart-
ment. of health for the treatment of
FOR LAGRIP AND MALARIA
W0 BITTER TASTE
Scientifically combined, pure QUININE, pure WHISKY.
M0 SUBSTITUTES USED
Taken before meals restores appetie, taken before retiring
sleep. A good medicine to keep iu the house. A NATURAL
Protected by L. S. registered labels, to Imitate Is felony,
bottles only and sold by all liquor dealers.
il'Mmi ;'hj) ,
tuberculosis. The decrease of 109,819
in the number of persons received Into
institutions for the care of adults or
- ; sylvanla has 0!. an incn'UKO of 301;
Massachusetts, 35'., an Increase of 104;
Illinois, 324, an increase of 30; Ohio.
311, an Increase of 52; and New Jer
sey, 207, an increase of 58. Almost
all the states show an increase (gen
erally in about (he same proportion)
which would indicate that the Inter
est In the problem of caring for thoso
who may be called "wards of the
state" is by no means limited to the
centers of population, but extends
1 throughout the entire country.
Put up in