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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1913.
$1,000 for Farm Improvement League.
More than $1,000 ha been collected
In the put three weeka by the finance
committee of the Scott County Farm
Improvement league. This fund, when
It la Increased to $1,600 or $1,800, will
be turned over to the treasurer of the
league and uaed to aupplement the $100
a month now being received from the
federal government to carry on the
work of the league.
Orphan Boya Run Away. The po
lice have ben asked to aid In the
aearch for two runaway boys who left
the Soldiers' Orphans' home Monday
bight. They are Louis Hadlck and
Roy Brymeyer, both of whom are 15
years of age. They were noticed ab
sent from the home during the early
part of the evening, and after the
home was searched for the missing
boys, the police were notified to be on
the lookout for them. No reason can
be ascribed for their having left the
home other than that they wished to
ee the world.
Bank 50 Years Old. Yesterday was
the fcoth anniversary r the signing of
the national bank act bv Abraham Lin
coln. In accordance with which the
First National bank of Davenport was
organised, the first in operation in the
Vnlted Status. Tbre were two pri
mary reamins for the passage of this
: act to supply the country with gold
, currency to take the place of the fast
: depreciating paper of the wildcat
banks, and second to extend the credit
of the 1'rilted States government by j
rurnisning a msrket Twits bonds, the
banks having to buy Vn'ted States
bonds to back tip their currency.
Salvation Army Leader Coming.
Colonel Samuel Ixtwati Brenile. a not- j
d Kalvatlon Army leader, will be in ''
Iavwnport April h-13, cond ioi.nr daily I
serricw hre. The colon.-: to-lay st I
Ieg Moines started a Ptate-wlJe cam-I
pulRii throiirh lows. He will be ac- j
cotnpanled by Briaadier" Arth'ir T. i
Brewer. rlilef (ilvi.-ional officer for j
Jowa and Nebrukka.
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i irncmiui mi riw.-y biit-b, hi iv
o'ctock yesterdav nioriilng. sed 7
years. Wtwn a yoimp mnn of 21 the
deceased came from IJerniany to this
country and to Btavenpnrt. residing
lwre slnc.p that time. Born In F'hene
fetdt, Holstnin. (rniany, Sept. 24,
1837, 'Mr. Si-harnweber grew up there.
learning the carpenter trade, which he I
followed on coming to this country.
Decoiiad Is si'rvlvcd by the widow and
two children. Wllhelm at home and
' Mrs. Oustav Meves. S23 West Thir-
r teenth street.
Olive Camp, the 5-months-old daugh
ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver Camp, died
. in convulsionn rt 3:2i o'clock Mon-
,. day afternoon at the home of the
aunt. Mrs Peter hymens. 1205 West
' Second street. Congestive chills Is
given as the cause of death. The
child was 4orn in Maquoketa. Iova,
and the parents have resided in this
city since shortly after its birth. Thy
parents art the only survivors.
John Gundaker breathed his last at
t1:25 yesterday afternoon at his home,
532 West Fif'h street. Mr. Gundaker
had lived In IMvenport for more than
half a century, and his death came at
The World's Best Medicines!
Who Discovered Them, The People?
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S. B. HARTMAN, M. D,
I am manufacturing five different
remedies, which are supplied to the
regular drug trade, for use in the
home. In my writings I rarely speak
of but one of these remedies, Peruna,
but there are four others which I atn
There is, first Manalin, which Is an
up-to-date laxative. Pleasant to take.
If the children do not cry for it, at
least they do not object to it. At a
matter of fact, I know one child that
acteUy oriea for It, every time he
seei the bottle. Manalin Is, of course,
CHICAGO AN"S BULLDOG,
UNSUNG, WINS BLUE
lex H. Stewart.
a Cbicage um.
aesa man, brought
ohagrua te several
itors of expensive
caalnes at tbe re
cent dog show la
Mew York. Slew,
Albert, was de
clared tbe best
dog In tbe abow,
aitnough the fin
est toga from
America, were ex
hibited. Btratbway was
born July a, inu.
He Is by Cniif
c tiara Jons kioa
ton Violet. He was
bred by CoL Edel
sun of Kngiutd,
a well - known
breeder of bull
dogs. Stewart in
bla quest for a
good bulldog lo
cated him last
year In England
and bought him
for $2.luu. Until
tbe recent dog
show tn New Torn
he was practically
unknown. He is
the perfection ot
brute force and
greatest type of
bulklog ever ex
hibited in Ameri
ca, experts say.
the tend of m prolonged Illness which
ror several years had removed nim
I from tbe paths of his former activity
He was born at Lancaster. Pa., Dec. ?
1833, botU of his parents bcin? na
tives of that city. In fraternal circles
Mr. Gundaker contributed much j the
stand'ng and popularity of the Odd
Fellows and the PvthJan order here
He was for 58 years a member of the
odd Fellows. He was ersnd patriae !:
of the state encampment in ISC, w as ,
grand master of 'iowa In 1S7j and UTl ,
and wa rrand rfnrAriativp in
h B8 a charter member of Ifuujn
lodge. Knights of Pythias. Mr (iti'i-
daker married .Margaret y ulW-n in this
city, and her death occum-d in is7.
He has two sous. John H. of this citv
"7L.TTU;"lAnT the wedding rice old Bhoes
, ""uu'a- -,iJB oi !
iv"lri. auu wm. unrnc, iura. ,
rTances ana .Marina at home.
The Ladies Aid society held the
monthly meeting at the home of Mrs.
Ben Brussel Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Elizabeth Schneider is visiting
with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Brook-
man, of Center Point, Iowa.
A concert was given at the M. E.
church Thursday evening by the Rey-
Cora and Willie Hofer visited Sun-
day at the home of Albert Hofer.
' Nellie Hlntermeister spent a few
days of last week with Miss Jennie
Killing of Coal Valley.
William Daxon of Andalusia was a
village caller Thursday.
Frances Ramsay who is attending
school In Rock Island, remained home
last week on account of sickness. berlain's Cough Remedy has been ex
Mrs. Oscar Grundstrom Is ill with tensively used and with good success
an attack of scarlet fever. , for the relief and cure of this cough.
William Sears of Russell. Iowa, is MaJiy cases have been cured after all
visiting friends and relatives here. i other remedies had failed. Sold by
Glen Rouse of Washington, Iowa, is -ell druggists. (Adv.)
useful in all cases where a laxative
s needed. Biliousness or coustlpa
ion. Always at the beginning of an
acute disease a full dose of Manalin
Is to be advised. It can be given to
the youngest baby and is perfectly
effective for older people. It is not the larynx, bronchial tubes or lungs,
drastic. Produces very nearly a nat- j or whether in the kidneys or other
ural movement of the bowels. pelvic organs. In all cases of catarrh
Then I also have the Mana'm Tab,- j Peruna is my remedy,
lets, which are similar in composi- Besides the Peruna I am manufac
Jon to the fluid Manalin. In tablet turing Peruna Tablets. The Peruna
form they are more convenient for ! Tablets contain essentially the same
some people. I believe them to be the ingredients as the fluid Peruna. In
best laxative tablet In the market.
They are certainly made of the very
best material, and constitute a safe,
convenient and effective laxative.
Then there is the Lacupta, a blood
remedy.' This remedy 1 regard as an
a'.terative of first class quality in
every particular. It is strictly vege
table, free from the usual mineral
poisons that are used in alterative
remedies. It Is specifically a blood
medicine. Sores of all sorts, blood
contaminations of every kind, are
treated with Lacupla. If they have
a running sore, external or Internal,
your blood Is contaminated, by In-
faction or otherwise. Lacupla, taken
according to the directions on the
bottle. Is sure to produce beneficial
results. In most cases it can be re -
lied upon to entirely eradicate the
trouble. In any case where It eeeis
to fail a letter to me will be given
prompt attention and I will endeavor
to discover why a complete cure has
not been experienced.
The Peruna I am speakitig of so
frequently I need not describe at
length. It Is my old-time catarrh
remedy witli a laxative element add -
RIBBON AT BIG SHOW
f?2 jr y .
Stewart aad Stratk7 Prtooe Albert.
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rouse
oi mis vmage.
Miss Nellie Hlntermeister attended
1 a lecture at Augtistana college Thurs-
day evening j ""PPJ eurynoes e-i. milium
Mrs. Adolph Hofer went to Rock Is-1 banquet ot the Svea Male chorus,
land Sunday evening to visit her ' held Monday evening in rooms of the
father. William Pratt, who has been ! Mollne club, had as its victims, C. M.
ill 1 Carlstedt, Moline's sweet-voiced tenor,
William Scarr sold SO acres of his ' who ia a charter member of the or
land to William Mack. '' ganlzation, having joined in 1887, and
About 60 relatives and friends of ; Oust Carlson, who became affiliated
Mr- aIid -Mr8- EIlis Rouse gathered at ;
their home Saturday, Feb. 22, to re-;
nmid them of their 25th wedding an-! bers and active workers were prescnt
niveiEHry. At noon a sumptuous din-' ( d with handsome scarf pins, each
tier was served. aftr which Mr. and i Ret with a diamond, and they are
Mrs. Rouse had their marriage vows souvenirs that, will remain alwavs
and promises renewed. Rev. G. H.
incline iiem'nmuf wiruiuujr.
were showered upon them. The guests
rif par f(1 wishinK Mr. and Mrs. RouEe
more happy years of wedded
Fair Piitron The p.-ipers say you han
dle nmr hr-re by the ton. Postmaster
Yes. Indeed. Fair Patron Wei!, my
fi.-ince is frump away for a eouple of
days. What kind of a special rate will
you give me per ton? Woman's Horns
: Good Excuse.
j "Why do you keep me waiting on
' this corner two hours?" demanded the
irate husband. "You said you were
i merely goiii;.' to step In to see how
Mrs. Gabble was.'1
; "Well, she insisted on telling me."
j Washington Herald.
I - .
j An attack of the grip is often follow-
ed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance. Cham-
d. As it stands today it is with
out a rival as a tonic laxative. Ap
plicable to all cases of catarrh, wheth
er the catarrh is located in the head,
nose, throat or whether in the stom
ach, bowels or lower organs, or in
some cases it Is more convenient for
a patient to be able to carry tablets
ha the pocket. They have been man
ufactured on purpose to meet such
cases. I manufacture the Peruna
Tablet In my own laboratory, the
same as the Manalin Tablets, and I
can guarantee them to be perfectly
pure, free from all objectionable ma
terials and hi a'oondltion to be read-,
lly absorbed by the stomach.
Yes. I have five remedies. First,
the Peruna and the Peruna Tablets.
Tablets. Third, the Lacupla. These
are manufactured In my own labora
tory and I can personally vouch for
j their purity and effectiveness.
I It seems to me that any household
! provided with Peruna. M&nalln and
; Iacupia would be ready to meet most
j of the ailments to which the human
i family is subject. Surelv there are "30
j better remedies to be obtained for rns
i purposes for which I recommend
them. There are no remedies that
! can exce". them 1n composition or
j pharmaceutical skill. The material
j used in them all Is the b?st and
1 purest No. 62. (Adv.)
Object to Creosote Block Paving,
Some 20 or more objectors halted the
carrying out of the plan to resurface
Third avenue with creosote blocks
At the hearing yesterday morning,
so much opposition developed, that
although the objectors did not repre
sent a majority of property, the hear
lng was continued until Thursday.
Few If any objected to the repav
ing. all realizing the need In that di
rection. Objection to material only
proved the stumbling block. Sanita
tion, wear and tear and cost all en
tered Into the discussion.
Pastor For Salem Church Formal
acceptance of the call to become pas
tor of the Salem Lutheran church In
this city has been made to the congre
gation by the Rev. Edward Eckstrom
of Hancock, Mich. The pulpit In the
bluff district church has been vacant
since the resignation last November
of the Rev. C. J. Toungberg and his
subsequent departure for a new field
tn Pennsylvania. A formal call was
extended to the Rev. Mr. Eckstrom and
his decision to come to Mollne has
Just been announced and he will be
here to commence his labors May 1.
Members of Salem church feel that
they are to be congratulated on se
curing the Rev. Mr. Eckstrom, who
is a graduate of Augirstana theological
seminary and is now engaged In suc
cessful work in the northern Michigan
Singers Given Diamond Pins. One
..- , i i
one year later. Before the close of j
the program these two long-time mem-
among their treasured possessions. G.
L. Peterson made the presentation
Child Has Smallpox. Florence
Blanike, 15 years old, is ill with small
pox. Discovery of her ailment was
niade yesterday morning after the
had been ailing for three days. She
is confined in the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blar.cke, 842
Eighteenth avenue. The giri had vis
ited frequently in East Moline during
the last fortnight and it is thought
she contracted the disease while there.
The attending physician states that
she is not seriously 1.1. Florence
attends St. Mary's parochial school,
but has not been there since last
week. There are two other cases in
Moline, both of which are being treat
ed in the pest house. .
Held Up by Masked Men Mrs.
George Wiederman has just made
I known a desperate act attempied by
masked men a few evenings ago.
They entered the restaurant, located
at the corner of First avenue and
Sixth street, at about 7:30 o'clock in
the evening and found Mrs. Wieder
man alone. They ordered her out and
Ehe complied with their demand. They
then entered the kitchen and turn
ed on the gas jet in the gas stove
probably with the intention of caus
ing an explosion. After performing
their acts of depredation they made
haste to leave. Mrs. Wiederman made
no report to the police of the des
perate deed of the unknown men be
cause she thought it was the work of
some of her boarders, who had dis
appeared a few days before, leaving
unpaid board bills. She thought that
by keeping the matter a secret the
perpetraters of the heinous act might
disclose their identity to some one
and in this way she hoped to locate
Injured by Auto Truck. Seraphine
Vande Velbe was eiv-erely bruised
yesterday morning when he was
struck by an auto truck while attempt
ing to cross the Thirteenth street
Intersection in East Moline. The auto
wheel knocked him down and while
at first it was thought his left leg had
been broken, examination at the city
hospital showed Vande Velbe had on
ly sustained a severe bruise. He
was fortunate to say the least
"THE MAKINGT OF WORDS.'
Curious Origin of 8om of Our Most
In the "Romance of Words," a pub-
I Ucado1! b? n English author, much
space Is devoted to "apbesis," which
means a gradual or unintentional lose
of an unaccented vowel at the begin
ning of a word. This kind of word
! shrinkage Is more common than one
; might suppose.
! Sometimes tbe middle syllable of a
! word will be Blurred to the point of
extinction. From Mary Magdalene,
! tearful and penitent, comes the word
maudlin. Sacristan is contracted into
i sexton: tbe old French word paralysie
i becomes palsy; nydropisie becomes
I dropsy, and the word procurator be
i comes proctor in English. Bethlehem
I Hospital For LutaUcs,.esUbll6i.ed U
Condon, came to be telescoped Into
bedlam, much as Cbolmondeley came
to be Chnmley and Majori banks
Marshbanks. Peel Is for appeal, mend
for amend, lone for alone, fender,
whether before a fireplace or outside a
ship, la for defender; fence for defense,
taint for attaint
The word peach, commonly regarded
as English thief slang, goes back to
the time of Shakespeare and is relat
ed to Impeach, though used to Indicate
Informing against an accomplice. The
word cad is for Scotch caddie. eno an
errand boy, now familiar In connection J
with golf. Caddie Is from the French
word cadet, meaning a Junior or young
er brother. Indianapolis News.
James Russell Lowell Cleverly Hid
One In a Review.
Horace E. Bendder tn some reminis
cences of James Russell Lowell point
ed out that the poet critic even In his
soberest essays would sometimes hide
away a jest for the delectation of spe
cially discerning readers. Thus In a
review of Richard Grant White's edi
tion of Shakespeare, Lowell remarked
"To every commentator who has
wantonly tampered with the text or
cbecured It with his inky cloud of para
phrase we feel Inclined to apply the
.uadrisyllabic name ot the brother of
Agls, king of Sparta."
Professor Felton of Harvard, we are
told, was the first to remember or dis
cover that the name ef Agls' brother
A more opaque mystification Is con
tained In a passage In the first chapter
of Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Our Old
Home" opaque only because he pur
posely seeks to conceal every dew to
the fact that a pun Is buried beneath
The chapter is headed "Consular Ex
periences." Speaking of the lights and
shadows of the consul's office at Liver
pool, where he was stationed during
the presidency of Franklin Pierce,
Hawthorne dwells with special pleas
ure on the visits of a young English
friend, "a scholar and literary amntenr,
between whom and myself there sprang
op an affectionate and, I trust, not
This friend used to come and sit or
stand by the Hawthorne fireside, "with
such kiud endurance or the many
roiipli republicanisms wherewith I as
sailed him and such frank and amiable
assertion of all sorts of English preju
dices and mistakes, that I understood
his countrymen Infinitely the better for
him and was almost prepared to love
the ltensest Englishman of them all
for his sake. It would gratify my cher
ished remembrance of this dear friend
if I could remind him without offend
ing him. or letting the public know It,
to introduce his name upon my page.
Bright was the illumination of my
dusky little apartment as often as he
made his appearance there."
The casual reader never suspects
that Hawthorne has deftly accomplish
ed his purpose. It does not occur to
hira that Bright, the apparent adjective
that so cunningly begins a sentence
and therefore achieves the right to a
capital initial, may he alternatively
read as n proper noun.
Henry A. Bright was, In fact, Haw
thorne's only Intimate friend In Liver
pool. He was a man of wealth and po
sition in that tim-u, a dilettante who
had published for his own amusement
a botanical manual, "The English
Flower Garden." With Hawthorne he
would frequently call upon the loenl
bookseller, Henry Young, making use
of a little nook In the rear of the shop
to examine and discuss the recent pub
lications. This came to be known as
There is a stry told about Sydney
Smith that represents him as carrying
a concealed pun Into the pulpit with
him. Tbe most familiar version hi that
which Lord Houghton used to tell.
When settled at his small living in
Yorkshire, Sydney willingly assisted
his brethren in that neighborhood in
The Best Treatment
f or ItchingScalps, Dan
druff and Falling Hair
To allay itching and irritation of the scalp,
prevent dry, thin and fallint hair, remove
crusts, scales and dandruff, and promote tha
growth and beauty of the hair, the following
special treatment is most effective, agreeable
and economical. On retiring, comb the tair
cut straight all around, then bectn at the ilda
and make a parting, gvntiy rubbing Cutlcura
ointment into the parting with a bit of toft
fiiiip.tl held over the end of the finger. Anoint
s-iilitior.al partings about half an inch apart
until the whole scalp has been treated, the pur
pose being to get the Cuticura ointment on tha
scalp skin rather than on the hair. The
next morning, shampoo with OLticura soap
and hot water. Shampoos alone may be
used as often as agreeable, but once or
twice a month is generally sufficient for
this special treatment for women's hair. Cutl
cura soap and ointment aoid everywhere.
Paraple of earh mailed free, with 32-r. f-kin
Book. Address Tuticura." Dept. 3. Boston.
-Tender-faced men fhave in comfort witii
Cuticura Srcap Slaving Stick, 25c fcampleiree.
Every big undertaking
one big idea back of it
big idea back of the Bell Telephone
Intelligent and unfaltering adherence to this
ideal, has evolved a service so vast, and yet
so flexible, that Bell patrons everywhere can
talk to points one hundred or fifteen hun
dred miles distant with equal ease, and at
For rates to any point, call "Long Distance."
Central Union Telephone Co.
A. J. Beverlin, Manager
their" clerical duties. (Tn one occasion
he dined with the Incumbent on the
preceding Saturday. The evening
passed in great hilarity, the squire,
Kershaw by name, being conspicuous
by his loud enjoyment of the visitor's
"I am very glad that I have amnsed
you," said Sydney Smith at parting,
"but you must not laugh at my sermon
"I should hope I know the difference
between here and a chucch," remarked
the squire a little tartly perhaps.
"I'm, not so sure of that."
"I'll bet you a guinea on it"
"Take you," said the divine.
Next day the preacher ascended the
steps of the pulpit apparently suffering
from a severe cold, with his handker
chief to his face, and at once sneezed
out the name "Kershaw!" several times
In various intonations. This Ingenious
assumption of the readiness with which
a nian would recognize bis own name
in sounds unintelligible to the ears of
others proved accurate. The poor
squire burst into guffaw, to the scan
dal of the congregation. Tbe minister
after looking at him with stern re
proach proceeded with his discourse
and won the bet.
Another version makes the victim
of Sydney's Jest a certain Sir Archi
bald Maedonald, equerry to the Duke
of Sussex. Sir Archibald said to the
prelate, who was then a canon at St.
"I will come some Sunday to hear
"If you do I shall name you from the
pulpit," was the reply.
Undaunted by this threat, Sir Archi
bald went to St. Paul's.
Sydney entered the pulpit, looked
hard at the bsronet and was seized
with a wonderful fit of sneezing.
"Ar-chle, Ar chie, Ar-chie!" was how
It sounded In Sir Archibald's ears, and
he could not help a sudden laugh of
recognition. William S. Wateh In Bos
Tha Harmony of Colors.
Tbe principle that the sensation ot
white results from the equal excite
ment of sensations produced by the
three fundamental radiations is de
duced naturally from an analysis of
tbe rules of the harmony of colors.
Colored lights do not focus at tbe same
point Therefore the eye must seize
different distances at the same time in
order to see when different colored
surfaces touch. The difference of re
frangibllity of the Different colored
rays canses some colors te stand out
and others to stand back. Red Is the
most "flying" or "tapering" of the col
ors, a red object always appearing to
be farther away than a blue object
though It Is seen on the same plane
and In the same light Harper's.
Manufacturing the Truth.
A gentleman was staying at an Eng
lish country house, when, bearing a
great clatter below one morning, he
looked out and saw a couple of grooms
holding one of the servant maids oa a
horse, wblcb they led with difficulty
once round the yard. He asked then
what It all meant
"Well, yon see. sir." said they, "we're
going to take the horse to market to be
sold, and we want to be able to say
that be has carried a lady."
Didnt Care For the Money.
"Yon advertised for a yonag lady to
be married tu a cage of Hons."
"That's liglrt- Fifty plunks. Where's
your young man?"
"Don't you provide tbe man? What
Before yon par big fees to others Investigate our great
success and low prices. For 17 years the best and
rf nh m o -1 Hni. . MAjtMl - . i- i
R-NT nines, 7 to ,
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
V m w. tsus w, over Aaaxcs Exvreea C n...n .
do yon suppose was my object In go
ing Into this affair?" Pittsburgh Post
"Didn't yon win anything
nit for damages?"
"Why dldnt yon engage a bright
lawyer to taW your part?"
"I did, but he took my all." Phila
Sloan's Liniment gives
quick relief for cough, cold,
hoarseness, sore throat,
croup, asthma, hay fever
Mb. Albert W. Prick, ot Fredonla,
Kan., writes : " We ue blots' Llul
meiit la the family and find it aa ei
eellunt rellai (oroolda and bay ferer
attacks. It stops eouuUiug and aueea
lug almost Instantly."
RELIEVED SORE THROAT.
Mr. Ii, Brrwkb, of Modallo.Fla.,
writes: " I bought one bottle of your
Liniment and ltdldtoeall the (nod In
the world. My throat was Terjr aore,
and It cured me ot my trouble."
GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUF.
MB. W. H. Straxje, 8721 Klmwood
Arenne, Chicago, ill., writes i "A lit
tle boy next door bad croup. I gare
the mother Hloan's Liniment to try.
She fae him three drops on sugar
before going to bed, and be got up
without tbe eroup In tbe morning."
Prloo, 25J; BOOm, SI.OO
TO THE BIG SALE AT
S. Fryer's New and Second Hand
store. We are selling every
thing In the house at one-fourth
to one-half off, as we need the
room for spring and siynmer
goods. We Lave a number of
heaters which must go at half
price; also a number of cook
stoves and ranges. Bed springs
and mattresses at your own
price. Don't forget we have the
best assortment of furniture.
carpets, rugs, trunks and suit
cases. Tools of all kinds. We
buy, sell or trade anything of
value. Give us a call. Be con
vinced of what a dollar can do at
1505 SECOND AVENUE
FEE CNLY ON DGLLAP g
f- ' vra iucuimi w c i iiic 11 & 13 uniy (J (1 V
dollar including medicine, in Catarrh, Rheumatism and
many Heart. Stomach and I.une Troubles Alao Ner
vous Debility. Weakness, Loss of Vigor, all ri:n d-jwn.
Varlcoxe Veins. Kidney, Bladder. Blood and i'ln f)!-
eae at very lo ratei. Call at office once. ou cio
return home same day.
and children should tk nur fppjtt
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, l and Tuesday and XurUy cva-
also Bunday atomine from 10 to U a m.