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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1913.
cial time was enjoyed by those pres
years of age and was born In Illinois. 'ety ef the higher grades at the Mc
; She came to LeClalre -when a child 1 Kinley school building gave an inter
anl was married to Mr. Pickel over 50 i esting program at school last Fri
, years ago. They left LeOlaire 30 years ' dav afternoon.
Greek tn Strike, Sixty of the
Greeks employed in the Rettendorf
hsops want on strike Friday night, th
walkout following the work of labor i
agitators. The Greeks recently form- ;
ed a union and demanded higher j
wages. The men who walked out were
employed in the canting department
and as sand blast operators. Their i
places are being filled and the foun
dry will soon be running at full ca-:
paclty aB the employment, department i
of the Betfendorf company does not
expect difficulty in securing a sufficient ;
number of unskilled laborers to take ,
the iIa"'' of the strikers. Th fjreeka ;
who walked out are also said to have
quit work in order to observe In fit-,
ting style recent victories of the al-j
lied Balkan powers against rhe Turks. ;
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Singers Go Abroad. Paul Berndt of I
Davenport and Joseph Mohr of Blue i
Seek Dead Man's Relatives. A com-
The members of the collets Y. W.
C. A. will give an Easter program at
the college chapel Thursday, March
13. The college girls quartet and
others will furnish special music. Miss
Samuelson will read "The Terrible
Meek,'- by Charles Rann Kennedy. All
ladies of the city are invited.
Mrs. George S. Williu went to New
Boston Thursday to visit friends and
attend the meeting of the Rebekah
lodge in that city Friday evening.
Mrs. F. A. Mann and baby son. Har-
ago and Mr. Blckel died In the west. Samuel Reed entertained a number
and one son and an aged brother. Har-1 ,t Monday evening. Victor Hohni- niunicauon nas been received by i met , old. of New Windier, came Wednes
vey Goldsmith, of IClaire. : Bcn was driver for the crowd. !of Police Oscar M. Bisant from B. F. j day for a short visit at the home of
Herbert Henry Bareholi. seven-year- . -ivm;m Emmerett entertained ! Grant, chief of rolice of Salt Iake I Mrs- Mann's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
oia son oi ir. ana iwrs. nenry oarg- tnP members of the Baptist uaaies i Citv. Ttah which rr.nt.ins the infor-
holz. succumbed to pneumonia Satur-; Ald eor-leTy and friends last "Wednes
day evening at the home. 1722 Agnes ; day afrernoon when several hours
Lane, after a brief Illness of about ppnt m social conversation, music
two weeks' duration. and nPe(ilework preceded an elabor-
Claus Ruge, a resident of Walcott 1 ,moh
for 45 years, 30 years of which he had j Mrs Rprt Beerbow(,r ,s Ui 6Uffering
neen actively engaged in Dusinees,
died Saturday at bis home In Walcott.
Thursday Mrs. Oscar Anderson,
east of town, entertained aie follow
ing ladies: Mrs. Hollls Warren, Mrs.
Lilly C'ederlund. Mrs. Louis Schave,
with an abcess.
Mrs. Mary Phelp has arrived home
from a visit with relatives at Inde
Mrs. Roy Adams and little boy,
Drmald. were visiting here last week.
Miss Alice Brown- of Osborne visit
ed relatives here last Saturday
mation that no such address as "Maf-
fit street." which was found in the ef
fects of Ed Kingberry, following his
I death here last week, could be located
i in that city. Chief Grant further stat
ed that there was no "Mafftt" 6treet in
Salt Lake City, and that the address
was probably a misnomer. Still dark
er is the mystery which surrounds the
disappearance of a roll of money said
to have been in Kingberry's personal
effects at the time pf his death. A
thorough search has failed to reveal
The pupils of the McKlnley school lh missing money, and banks of the
uiBBD tk i r in mnr uni i iu tue uuru- - --- .
pean tour of a large number of Amer-! Mr8 rhr1s Pullatte. Mrs. Thomas
lean singers who are to make a tour Schafer. Mrs. William Aultman and
of Germany this spring and Rummer, j Mrs. Ellingsworth. They left Water
irivinr cntmertH in th. irirr citiiw 'own at 11 o'clock and enjoyed a bob
of the fatherland. The two represen- ! sled ride until 2 p. m
tattres of the German singing socl
hH thir rp-niar monthlv text exam- i tn-ciues nave given tne assurance mat
i .nations at school last week. j Kingberry had mat placed the money
i The Crescent Embroidery club met. on deposit. The address, which was
at the home of Mrs. Fred Ball last ; inougni to dh uie residence or rving-
C. C. Ferguson was paid a visit by
when they his father, William Ferguson, of Vic-
wni-o nnlnnHad at tha fl u o Q r A Tl H ornn tor. IOa.
etins of Scott county leave Davenport
the last of next month for Chicago, j
where they will join the special train
from Milwaukee, Minneapolis and St.
home where an elaborate dinner was
In wailing, prepared by the hostess'
mother, who remained at home. The
ladies spent a day.they all declare will
i long be remembered.
o j Mrs. Deems Is entertaining her
Phone Men Promoted. George E. ; mother from Cleveland, 111., who ar
McFarland, formerly located with the 'rived Thursday.
Iowa Telephone company here and for Mrs. W. W. Willis is laid up from a
some time past vice president and severe fall received a few days ago,
general manager of the Bell linen in from slipping on the icy walks,
the five states of Iowa, Nebraska. Min- j James Ellrngsworth of Colona spent
necota and the two Pakotas. has re- Wednesday and Thursday at the homo
signed, and goes to San Francisco as
president of the Pacific States Tele
phone companies, one of the largest
Bell companies In the I'nlted Statee.
HIh former headquarters were in i
Omaha C. E. Hall, another ex Dav-;
enporter, who was general commercial
superintendent, succeeds Mr McFar
land as vice president and general
manager. Guy II. Pratr. at ore time
located in Davenport ns state mana
ger for the American Telephone &
Telegraph company, succeeds Mr. Hall
of Dr. Ellingsworth here.
The Royal Neighbors met Thursday
with Mrs. Skinner at Silvis.
Mrs. Marry Cosner attended the
Thimble club of East Moline Thursday
nftemorrn at Mrs. Fair's home.
Mrs. L. H. Snow and Mrs. Marion
Johnson were Davenport shoppers
Mrs. C. L. Trevillyan entertained
Thursday, it being the third birthday
anniversary of her little daughter, Lil
lian. Those present were Mrp. Earl
! Mr. Webster and son. George, have
, arrived here from St. Louis to visit
Mrs. Roy Thorpe will entertain Sat-
urday afternoon card club at their
1 next meeting.
The Country Card club met at the
! home of Mr. and Mrs. George Sleetb.
! A fine luncheon followed the game
i of r.o.
John Thomer entertained a number
1 of his classmates at a sleighing party
to Moline last Saturday evening.
Mrs. Harry Hill will entertain the
'members of Mifs Redman's Sunday
! Echcol class next Saturday. March 15,
: at her home on Ninth street.
I The B. Y. P. V. met at the church
I Friday evning.
NATURAL WAIST LINE
IN SUMMER COSTUME
a. general commercial superintendent, i Ashmore and son of Davenport. Mrs.
1 George Weber and daughter. Caroline,
Buy Nursery. Buying the sto-k and j of H, k island. Miss Lydia Benson!
e-i!ng the fine acreage ot the fumous 0f Jicline. Mrs. L. F. Haemer of East j
a the Nichols Lorton nursery, two I Moline, Mrs. A. Wandschnelder and I
new men liHie come to Daxenport to ) t w 0 daughters of Watertown. Miss!
operate the Davenport nursery. which j Ixittie Wandschueider. Mrs. Chris Pul-i
was operated so successfully Dy dUe Mrs. C. J. Jackson
Nichols A. Lorton lor 4 1 years.
Messrs. M;iHt iincl Duppert. the gentle
n. en who hae tome here, lire gradu
ates or two of the nest forestry courses
In the country.
Obituary Record. Follow iug a brief
illness, occurred thr death Friday i
afterii(Hn at the county hospital of
Fritz Meyer, aged St! years Deceased
was born In Germany ntid came to this '
country when n young man He set-'
tied In Davenport and hits resided in
this city ever since lie became an j
lnmBt at the county poor farm six
years ago He was taken 111 about
thre. days ago, and removed to the,
county hospital, but in spite of the ;
efforts made to save the man's- life, he
succumbed, n general breaking down
of the constitution being responsible j
for his death He is said to have rc la
thes in Rock Island
W.trd has been recched in Daen
port telling of the dentil of Mrs Mabel :
Collins, who expired Friday at her
home in Montrose. Iowa, af'er a pro-1
longed Illness at the age of CI years.
Relatives In T.et'laire have received'
word of the death of Mrs. Rebecca i
Bickel. widow of the late C. A. nickel. 1
who died at Exeter. .eb Mr. Blckel
preceded his widow In death but a
few months, lie having pnssed away
Oct. 24 last. Deceased was about 70
P. Cosner. A two
was served and Miss
many nice remem-
I luite. Mrs. t
j Cook, Mrs. S.
i course luncheon
! Lillian received
Mrs. J. M. Saunders was a Water
town aller Thursday.
The uiusica.e held Thursday evening i
at the Methodist church netted $12. i
Shirley McLean met w ith quite a
severe accident yesterday while coast
ing at school.
Mrs. Craig of Moline visited Mrs.
Tremper Thursday at the W. B. Keeue
il J p
berry's parents, is now thought to be
long to some .other city. The body of
Kingberry still lies at the morgue of
Danielson & Ftirgie,' aw-aiting word
Bull Moose Complete Ticket. A. 1
Douglas of Moline was nominated at
progressive candidate for supervisor
at a called meeting of the members of
!the progressive party of Moline, held
!at the Williams-Mclean garage, 515
! Thirteenth street. Other candidates
ficr township offices were nominated,
i Considerable interest is now evident
jed by the fact that four parties will
1 now present complete tickets at the
'spring election, and the the meeting
last week was most enthusiastic. A.
j E. Danielson was appointed chairman
of the central committee, w ith A. G,
Abrahamson as chairman and Dr. Fred
iGrafiund as secretary. The follow ing
' were nominated for township officers:
: Supervisor, A. L. Douglas; assistant
! supervisor for two years. William
Stoeltinj;. A. L. Peterson, Fred Graf
lund. and Charles Tamber: justices of
the peace. Fred C. Entriken, William
CarF'ens. and T. M. Wheelock; con
stable. L. W. Iarson. Owing to a
nvmber of vacancies on the ticket, the
central committee was called upon to
fill the vacancies. Two more candi
dates are needed for justices of the
peace, four more for that of constable,
and for the office of assistant super
Motorman Charges Assault. Claim
ing to have bee'i the victim of an as
sault which occurred on a Fourth ave
nue street car. G. Hutchinson, a mo
torman of 'he Tri-City Railway com
pany, caused the arrest of Dave Simpson.
The recital given at the Aledo opera
I house Thursday evening for the benefit
of the conservatory of music of W1T
liam and Vashtl college, by Mrs. Jane
Abercrombie, assisted by Miss Georgia
Samuelson, reader, and Mrs. Edna Can
dor Miller, accompanist, and the col
lege glee club was the greatest musical
treat ever given in Aledo. Mrs. Aber
crombie has a wonderful soprano
voice, clear, sweet and powerful, and
with her great dramatic ability and
charming personality is a general fav
orite. She has appeared In the large
cities of the United States and Canada,
taking the leading parts in Madame
Butterfly, Aida, II Trovatore, Faust
and other grand operas, and will soon
go to Germany, where she and Mr.
Abercrombie have important engage
ments and will continue their study
Miss Samuelson 16 a great favorite
with the Aledo people and her read
ing was much enjoyed and the selection-by
the Glee club was well ren
dered. Part I of the program was giv
en entirely by Mrs. Abercrombie and
consisted of selections from Ronald.
Mary Turner Salter, Cadman and Von
"If I Were King" ... Justin McCarty
Aria, "One Fine Day" from Madame
"Until the Daw n" Glee club
"High Culture in Dixie"
"Last Rose of Summer"
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Samuelson re
turned to their home in New Wind
sor Friday, after a short visit with
their daughter. Miss Georgia Samuel
Bon. Relatives in this city have received
word of the marriage of Richard Win
ger and Miss Martha Roersma. both of
Newton, Iowa, which took place in
that city Feb. 17. Mr. Winger is the
oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A.
Winger, formerly of this city, and has
many friends in Aledo. Mr. and Mrs.
Winger will make their home near
Jackson, Wyo., where Mr. Winger has
taken a claim.
Mrs. Edna Harris and MiEs Jessie
were Rock Island visitors Sat-
THIO. N. VAIL, PRESIDENT
fir CL$7irax&i, One 7i(yi2.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
nd Mrs. J. C. Clark and son,
of New Boston, spent Thurs
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Ma n nun.
"cvv "H'e -"aa wTT,ter. . i. Mrg j v Wallace verv pleasant
Tage of East Moline was named as ,y entertained the Bridge club at her
worthy president of the new aerie of ! ncme Wednesdav afternoon.
Eagles recently instituted in East Mo-1 Mrs. William Havneg went to Ger
line. and other officers were elected at lau Kridav tf fpPnd a few day8 wjIh
the first annual meeting of the new- I ller m0)npr Mr8. Webster,
lodge held Saturday night. Prepara- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbs of Eliza-
nuns mr a oik initiation oi new mem- i j,eth
hfrs to oe held at the Ragles hall in
Make Us Prove It
Gus Jchnson took a load of merry
school children to Moline m his bob
sled last Saturday afternoon. The
Misses Ailne ad Marion Thorp, who
bad inited their classmates to the
number of 24. served apples and pop
corn to the crowd.
Mrs. Benjamin Nelson spent Wed
nesday m Moline.
Herbert Osborne entertained a num
ber of bis classmates at a sleighing
puny last Thursday evening. ; Thp wai?t line RflPr sf,eraI rear8
Mrs. Andrew Peterson spent last of waniU,ril;g above and .u,.l0W ils
Wednesday in the trinities. Inautal position, will be found some
The rprwntlv nroant7H liternrv ,rw.i. . ....
" I wnat near tne place wnere nature :-ij-
I inaHy planted it, in this season's iii i-
jes. Mcrever. it will be a well-deiii. a
Io- us, instead of a somewhat iodctlntc
land intangible region in straight fall-
Moline m Marcli IS were perfected, i
and cars hearing the East Moline dele- j
gat'on will leave Ninth street, that
city, on the night of the meeting. Offi- j
; cers eiected at the meeting were as
follows: Worthy president. W. I. Tage; i
w orthy vice president, George B-ei k ;
chaplain. Howard Einfeldt; secretary,
C. M. Smith: treasurer. Grover Fer
iman: examining physician. Dr. Don
i Taylor: trustees, Hugo Weston, H. G.
, Koplepian. and Samuel Durbin. All
; paraphernalia which will be used at.
the bi-g Initiation ceremonies to be
held in Moline on Manh 1" have ar
rived. The meeting was largely at
tended, and following the session a so-
Ky., rame Thursday to make
home on a farm south of this
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i The dress here
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USED SKGE TH
Mr. and Mis. A. C. Stivers and littje
daughter, Ituth, who have been spend
ing the past two weeks at the home
of A. C. Swearingen, have gone to Kan-
C'.r. 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 rill o I i I nr- Vif.ffA Mtnm.
Ing to their home in Winchester, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mills went to
New Boston Thursday on a short
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Thompson, who
have been making an extended visit
with their daughter and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Sefelt, left Thurs
day fcr their home in Montfort, Wis.
Mrs. F. Fleming and Mrs. Robert
Clunery of Ne Boston were Aledo
Mrs. R. Brooks and baby of New
Windsor are visiting at the homes of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parkinson and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maher.
which were conducted by Rev. A. E.
Arnold and the Interment waa made
In the Aledo cemetery.
After spending more than 25 years
in the grocery business In thia ctty, C.
K. Marquis hag sold his store and
building to H. R. Morgan and company,
who will conduct a cash grocery.
Mrs. George Manush and Mrs. Henry
Distelhorst of Burlington, Iowa, were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Hartman, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr. W. C. Isern returned
to their home in Alden, Kan., Satur
day, after spending the past month a
the home of Mrs. Isern's father, J. 8.
Mrs. Clyde Walter and children of
Osceola, Iowa, are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Walter.
Charles Bartieson, a former resident
of this city, died in Spokane, Wash.,
the 24th day of February. Mr. Bar
tieson was associated with John S.
Thompson in the practice of law in
this city in the early days of Aledo,
but has made his home In tbe west
for many years.
Mrs. W. S. Sloan and Mrs. K. M.
Whitham, who attended the Eastern
Star school of instruction in Galesburg
this week, arrived home Friday.
Mrs. Alice Vance and daughter.
Miss Mabel, went to Keithsburg Fri
day for a short visit with Mrs. Vance's
sister, Mrs. Frank Parkinson.
Mrs. F. Mannon spent Saturday in
The Woman's Foreign Mission so
ciety of the Methodist church held
a missionary tea at the home of Mrs.
D. A. Hebel Thursday afternoon. About
35 ladies were present and the follow
ing interesting program was given:
Devotions Hrs. J. B. Bartle.
Violin Solo Miss Mabelie Iether
man. Review of fourth chapter of "China's
New Day" Mrs. Bolton.
v Reading Miss Frances Hebel.
Vocal Solo Mrs. W. H. Rartlett.
Accompanist Miss Olive Ma'chneer.
Light refreshments were served, af
ter which a social nour was spent.
P. E. Harney, who has been spend
ing a few days with his brothers, J. M.
Harney and J. H. Harney, left Wednes
day for his home in Monte Vista, Col.
Mrs. C. W. Detwiler gave a series
of afternoon parties at her home
Thursday, Friday and Saturday after
noons. About 60 ladies were enter
tained each day. Interesting literary
and musical programs were given and
light refreshments were served.
Mrs. E. R. Petrie and daughters.
Misses Margaret and Lois, went to
Blggsvllle Friday for a short visit with
Mrs. Petrte's mother, Mrs. M. M. Row
ley. The Missen Haiel Noble and Ferris
Retherford went to Joy Friday to
spend a few days at the home of Miss
The Columbian club met Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Boyd as lead
er. The quotation for the week was
"Washington and Bolivar were each
the Father of a Country." Allen. A
very fine paper wa6 prepared and read
by Mrs. Venable on "Our Twtn, South
America." Mrs. Bowers, who Is spend
ing the winter in California, prepared
and sent very Interesting paper on.
Buenos Ayres, which was read by Mrs.
Boyd. A sketch of Bolivar was given
was Mrs. Vernon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Noble of New
Boston and their guestB. Mr. and Mrs.
L. J. Noble of Jackson. Mich., spent
FiTday with Mr. and Mrs. M. Danford.
Mrs. Myrtle P.rldgford and daughter.
Miss EtHel. spent Saturday with
friends in Rock Island.
Miss Phyllis Peters went to Viola
Saturday to spend the day with Tier
grandmother, Mrs. R. Barrett.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mead of New
Boston spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. John Mills.
Miss Minnie Gustafson arrived home
from Champaign, where she has been
spending six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. George Geesey and
daughter. Myrtle, spent Thursday in
Mrs. W. C. Sample spent Thursday
in Viola with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. G. Phillips.
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N. B. Langiey. Madison. Wia. says:
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my neck go could not turn my bead,
nd all through my Dody. I tried three
doctors and many remedies without
any relief whatever until I procured
Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism,
In a few hours the pain was relieved
and In three days the rheumatism waa
completely cured and I was at work."
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Absentminded La Fontaine.
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! delight of adult Kren'-hmen and their
I children's earliest task, was very ab
I eentminded. He went to the court of
! Louis XVI. to present a copv of his
fables to the king. And he forgot the
book. Fortunately, the king knew- La
Fontaine, his fables and his foibles and
gave him a thousand pistoles mbout
$2G0. I'nfortu-.ately. though. La Fon
taine '.eft the money in his hired ! due to this fact.
carriage on his way back to Paris.
To Darken the 'Hair and Re
store Gray and Faded Hair
to Its Natural Color. .
! flt is easier to preserve the color of
j the hair than to restore it, although it
: is possible to do both. Our grand
i mothers understood the secret. They
1 made a "sasre tea." and their dark.
glossy hair long after middle life waa
Uur motners nave gray
Don't neglect your hair or allow it
Mrs. AV. ,1. Berry of Monmouth and i to become grey, thin, dry, on, lifeless.
A "beautiful head of natural colored,
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The Dear Friends.
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Mrs. O. P. Willits of this city went
to Mt. Ayr. Iowa, Wednesday to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Willit's brother-in-law.
John Horn, who died ra that
tity Tuesday night.
Mrs. J. W. Rose went to Viola Fri
day to make a short visit at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. A. V. Harriott
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bartlett of near
New Boston were guests Thursday at
the heme of Mrs. Bartlett's mother,
Mrs. Marie Evans.
Mrs. J. G. Amlong returned to her
home in Alpha Friday, after a 6hort
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Word bag been received here from
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for tneir hwdlrTf McKinney that the pub-
; The present generation has the advan-i 1,c buildings bil., which was passed
tage of the past in that it can get a! ky totn houses of congress and sign
' ready-to-use preparation called Wyeth's ed by the president, provides for a
AS a S65.000 office buildin for Aledo
TW. 1 a Retail Store la n-arly every tows acd city in the Csit4 FtatM. Caaads aad
Gra.t Hi-r.sio. Ibere is a ditTerrot KeiaU Remedy for nearly aver ordinary h-n--- SI
eaea espwaUy dac!.tl for the particular iD (or winch it recommended. , i
Tb Rexall Store art) America' Greatest Drug Stores
aration is vastly superior to the ordinary T . r, "
'sa,;e tea" made by our grandmothers. !n- Ja:nes' of meroy. SP" "
The growth and beauty of the hair ' da" Rock Island.
I depends on a healthy condition of the Mrs Harry C. Parkinson passed
Shakespeare on the Road. scalp. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair 8 way at her home near Aledo March
Ham'.et had just been bit by a coid Remedy quickly kills the dandruff germa i Bertha Eliza Row ley was born
turned , we cairolita life, color and at Belmont. 111., Feb. 9. 18S3. She
te' miLe.8.hev:".,Pf1fLan.a,nd as married to Harry C. Parkinson
How truly spoke the good Marcel- t""mtS " Feb. 14. 1901. To them were born
quoth he. "Something is rotten J Get a50 centbottle frnm rnum'c ! four children. Raymond C. Edna M
of Denmarkr-Hairer's , today. He will give your money back i and Clara I., who, with the husband.
: if you are not satisfied after a fair trial. , father and mother, three brothers and
; Special agents. Harper Kocse phar- two sisters remain to mourn her death
All he news an the tme-The ; macy, l&th St., 2nd Ave. (Advertise- Funeral services were held at the
storage eg,:, thereupon he
J gravely to his audience.
In tl'.e str.te
i home Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Any sore that la obstinate or Blow in healing fehould cause t- uspicion anl
put the sufferer on guard. Many aa nicer which could have been cured if
it bad been properly treated, in time, has been allowed to remain open un
til it became infected with some degenerate poison from t!ie outside which
made it a malignant, eating sore. Most old sores come from aa impure
and polluted condition of the blood and can be healed if the circulation is
cleansed and purified of the predisposing cause. To attempt to cure a
chronic ulcer with salves, washes, lotions, etc. is trilling with what may
become a serious condition. S. S. S. hcal3 chronic ulcers ia a perfectly
natural way. It goes down into the blood siiid removes the impurities and
morbid matters which are the K:eau3 r-f keeping the
place open; then the sore is bound to l.cal. Kot only
does S. S. S. cleanse the circulation but it restores itj
healing powers, and aids ia promoting the necessary
qualities for good health. S. S. S. builds new fk-sb
tissue Irora the bottom of the rlcer t t!:e outer sLin
and makes a permanent cure. Book on Sore3 aud Ulcers and medical ad
vice free to all who write and request same.
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