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THE AHGUS, MUNDAf MARCH20. 185)3.'
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Ail cx.miuiintcit tot Crili. fii or anraraenta
ci character, f.litic;il or relijTous, m net have
ral name attaclic - for itiMiei:un. No nch
article will be prime.'. "Vi-r Sen i u. signatures,
anoymons commiinicaM , noticed.
Oorrespondcnee solicited fro .. every township
i Hock island county .
JIoxdav, Mamch 'JO, 1893.
Democral i- flty-Towiislup Ticket.
ForMavor TUOMA J. M EDI IX, JK
For dry Clerk PAUL HAMILTON
For City Treasurer JAM Ed M. BCFORD
For Police Magistrate II. C WIVIL
F. C STA ASSES
For Assistant Mipc:vi-Krt. - pxl'L 1 11IE8EN
For Collector EDWAUl) BACERSFIELT)
. P. SCHLEMMER
For Justices of th,- Trace .. -( n A BALDWIN"
, ( J. t.ARKIN
For Constables K LI EBKKKXECHT
Firs: Wura WILLIAM KOTH
Second Ward F.TKD SCHROEDER
Third Ward DANIEL CORK EN
FonrthWard W. C. MACCKER
Firth Ward KOBEKT Kl'JCHMANK
Sixth Wa-d J'H KANOSKY
Sevc.itli Wan! FtRDfVAND H. BEIN
Let the upright manly spirit of the
people assert itself in lehalf of an
upright, manly candidate for mayor.
Vote for T. J.Medill. Jr.
McCoxuciiie may have triumphed
over all opposition in the convention,
but the people may he relied upon to
turn him down at the polls.
A man who is dishonest in politics
cannot he expected to le otherwise
than di-honcst in the administration
of a public otlice. What think ye of
rirrsBriM Dispatch. Nothing
about Secretary tiresham's appoint
ment s t h us far indicates that he is
likely to forget the political com
plexion of his president, and nothing
is likelv to do so.
At noon on the 4th day of March,
while the democratic administration
was helm; inducted into otlice at
Washington, a sou was horn to John
Xoivacki. a Polish citizen of Buffalo.
Nowacki is a democrat, and he at
once telegraphed President Cleveland
asking permission to name his son
after the chief magistrate. The
president replied in an autograph
letter as follows:
Mv Dear Sir: I shall he verv jrlad
to allow my name to he used as jrod
lather to your son. who was horn on
inauguration day. Certainly a hoy
who began life at the same time with
a democratic administration can
never fail to he a true and loyal dem
ocrat, as I am sure his father must
be. I hope that his life may he long
suid prosperous, ami that he will al
ways he a joy and comfort to his par
ents. Very truly yours,
TUli of Honor.
Gen. Slocum would like to see the
pension rolls purified. Like most of
the old soldiers who saw service dur
ing the last unpleasantness, ho be
lieves that the pension list should he
a roll of honor, ami that it is far from
being that now. An intimation hav
ing reached Xew York that President
Cleveland had his name under con
sideration for appointment as com
missioner of pensions, a reporter
called upon the general, and asked
him if the position was tendered him
whether he would accept. The vet
eran hero replied:
'If I was 'JO vears vouiiger and the
president offered me the position I
would accept it, but at my age I do
not feel called upon to take such
heavy work upon myself as would be
required of any man who successfully
administers that ottice. A young man
could take hold of it and make a rej
utation for himself. That pension
roll is a fraudulent roll. There is no
mistake ahout that. There are de
wertersand bounty jumpers on it, and
other men who with never in the ar
my at all. I would like to go through
it and lind out the names that should
not be on the books at all. It can be
done as easily as turning your hand
over, but it "would involve a great
deal of labor. I don't need the office
nor the salary, hut I would accept the
office if 1 were-a younger man, for the
8ake of getting at the fraudulent
names on the pension roll and castin"
them out. The democratic and re
publican congressmen have been
equally swelling the pension list, and
the pension agents have contributed
their share to piling up the cost.
Here it is 30 vears after the close of
the war, aud we are paving this im
mense sum for pensions. It's
Two B uli wit but a 8 Thought "
As iney sal slue ty feiu , tl ey tlghel. "Oh
my idol," he.aald and Vien idled. ''Dear Luke.'
St d she. a she loo'ird, "I will wed thse if taou
wilt," aud he wl'.te 1, Tr.e hcnymoon passed in
an excess of joy. Exc - in eatinjr i ci food
bring! in tl . . ic lii-cdacUe. Hid frjqHe-H
attacks of dizzimes. Dr. Picrc'd Pleasant Pel
lets will enre all these. Tfcer aie tii y, ngar-
coated, ami ei-y to swallow. No o'.her prepar
ation compares with tueru as a Liv.T Pill. They
are guaranteed, an dono I a d'r
The opiuioa is expressed by a method
m 1 l.a -.-fT wn.-t : rjtrlHiHc solutions.
as external applications, are to be either
completely tilscaraea or to ue uru uuy
witn the .strictest precaution.
WHEN A WOMAN LOVES.
What One Man Thinks Tie Knows Abont
the Infinite and Unknowable.
When a woman loves severely she
begins to be unlovable. For she be
gins to be unreasonable, and, for her
great love's sftke, to do her best tc
make miserable the all too fortunate
winner of her affections. She insists
upon accusing him of virtues which he
knows are not included iu his char
acter, and taxing him with failings of
which he is just as completely inno
cent, and with that intolerable itera
tion which is tmpposed by woman to
be some sort of argument.
The result is that the man begins ir.
time to believe that he is good where he
is not, and to turn bad simply because
she says he is so already, lie may bo
as faithful as a mullet ('for chaste love
the mullet hath no peer"), but she will
worry him by the assiduity of her sus
picions, and her consequent lamenta
tions, out of the secure highway of
connubial affection into the hazardous
bypaths that lead past other men's or
chards to the Tom Tiddler's Ground of
the Divorce Court. Simply because
she loves him so anil she pleads no
ot her excuse when on occasion he at
tempts a reasonable discussion of tho
misunderstandings she will make his
bad seem good to him and make his
good become bad, till the seven take
possession of him, ami like one of the
bedevilled swine of Gadara, he rushes
violently down a steep place into the
sea. She has no wicked intentions
whatever. On the contrary, her in
tentions are all detestably good. And
when the man rakes his mind for some
reason for his own misdemeanors, he
can remember nothing better than
that she "drove him to "it." Which is
a poor excuse; yet true enough. So
gardeners by frequent little pinching
abort the upright growth of trees iuto
There are very many men so deplor
ably human that to keep on accusing
them of an offence is sufficient to make
thenrconimit it. They will in time
live down to any nival standard that
may be lixod for them by women, the
women who love them, and, like the
oysters, alternately tickled and irri
tated by the grains" of sand which the
Chinese drop iuto them, will grow to
forget their natures altogether.
No woman can be quite so misera
able as she who loves only one man at
a time, for the time she loves him, and
being unable to absorb ail her own mi
happiness, she persists in offering him
half of it. Because she is so insanely
jealous of his lime and his society, she
will, for the sweet love she hail of him,
waste the one and try to engross the
other, until she torments him from in
nocence into artifice, and from artiiice
into revolt; and so in tlie sad end of it
she can say, -I knew I was right all
the time." Does the discovery break
her heart? Xot a bit of it. Women
who love at this high pressure do not
break their hearts. They start after
a pause to repair damages, and to
make a collection, as it were, of neigh
borly sympathies loving again, some
bod v else. Such women, in the ex
tremity of their affection for him. will
throw vilriol in a man's face: will
poison him with flypapers nurder
him. So it is not good for a woiv,.iii to
love severely: neither good for him
nor for her. The sensible man, when
he sees it coming, will put up the hur
ricane shutters, oack engines, skin the
wheels, throw salt jn the tire do any
thing, in fact, that will meet ilia
emergency, slacken speed or reduca
the temperature. Unless he be a sala
mander. As to which, bv the wav.
the ancient s were divided in opinion.
some averring tuat he ate the tire up,
the rest that lie v. as so cold that he
put tli:; lire out.
lhe moral of ad w inch is. that if vou
think a w.m..:) isgoiugto love you too
much, break it off l onc-e and ex
change into a West India regiment.
If you wish to love, and beloved, in
perfect happiness, never ;ucsiion cacii
other's lidclitv. No mutual honor will
become a sacrament in ur heart of
hear'.s. London World.
A Cornell college yoti'ig woman is
said to be si mi e x ve:.-ri'iary sur
gery Mr. J. C. -Jones. of Fulton, Ark., says ol
-About ton years ago I con-
A. J 3 4, 1 1 i
iracieu severBcaseoi oiooa
--rson. Lieading physicians prescribed
v;:iicme after medicine, which I took
.-hlioirt any relief. 1 also tried mercu-
end potash remedies, with unsr.c-
a".-.! rnoiil.s.l)'it v.-hirh broncht o"! n-.
Atiack of raercuriT r emnatit-m thvr
. . . i mtr ,if mm of mitotic After l' -
critic four years I gave tip all remedias
. I - c- CI O A C
Hid commenceu using o. o. ki. .-liti.-.
I'-in wToml lmttlos. 1 was enireiv
?n-od and ubie to resume work.
aWji is the greatest meaicine ior
blood uoisonins to-day on
Treatise on Plool mid Skin Diseases mailed
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To flie People ot Rccklsland,
M. R. MOSES,
One of the oldest Opticians of Chi
cago, and has the latest inven.
lions for treating vonng and
old. who has had 4 vears"
experience, will I;e
liooms ,13 o4. commencing
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and will he pleased te be consulted by
his old patients and others in regard
to defecti e eyesight.
Sufferers from Imperfect Vision
will find certain relief by trying the
Professor's new system ot' adjusting
glass, as lhe following testimonials
will cert ify.
These are a few of his many hun
dreds of t est i monials he has received
during his 21 years of practice.
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Hkxuy i cm .111.
Ca.br nor, March tli 18.i T.i h. m it may
concern: Frf. N. R. J!o s. 1 1 lcUin, ot C Lica
co, fitic-J for n e a ai' of r;0" r, wblrh I
usul aliiios" 101 tiniitily lof IHf y a s v hen I
hal the mifoTtui:e to lose tin tn.
I hsvc n w I urctuse'l of him ap i' o' s;icc'4
cVi i ni l oc l-fs with wich I am u-ell
tiloa.i'd. I rcjrari rr f. Muee a th'Tough oj.ti
ci:n ami rofommoTul him to ali p t e il of optical
gooil-. II IV-T'S, di rk.
Genesko. 11'. yarch 4. 1li:l ' r f M. II.
M os i'S fitri' d my i yt jnni tl r e yi-.'s asroaail I
neer cx; cndi-il ai y nom-y t' lt "it a(Zvantt:(re
in i.y lift :y jrlases have I ei-n v.-oith hac
dn iiu of I'o' r 'o mc. ntc:c'. lu f r-1 1 ail been
tri-ul Kd a pre il d 1 with hi aii ere, a iV-iire sed
ff elinc, a ie?ire5fo c'otr i-y- :v 1 can rtad
and write with pleasure. I kinlly roenmrneed
tliat ull l o arc suffering with difictive eyesight
or bt-1 tl&cbca wiM receive irreat sttif; ction by
consu tirg- Trcf. M. !'. Mows. 1 Jimi.in jrr, a
rcsp-tt u!:y, Ja-mes U ' ooD'frr.
Gf.ni.seo, 111 . Kfb. i5, 1Sn3-Whi n P.- f SK:ecs
was here three yi 'ir? rjru 1 was iicat'y trouhlcd
with my ejes. l?e fitted tue a pair of glasses:
they proved very satisfactory . Thoy ttrergth-
ened my eyes t o much ihct I srlilnm wear them
now. If sou Tjecfl frlass-e you wii ao well to
coisnlt the jrofe'or Mrs. E. JIOKIT.
PaKA, Hi., -Tau. 23, l?j-l To wiio.n it nmy cor.-
ctrn: 1 will say Willi tin: crtatfst ot.n'9 mcnt
anil inisi. frrati-fi'l thai.ks, h.t 1'rof. l . It Mopes
gHve my wire lha mo-t pirfiet atrslac ion in
ppectteica of any doctor 1 i vt-r km w. Thirty
eiht e:irs aso f he li t her i ye Ipl.t and could
not dirtiiiL'uiMi ntioi e tbu koc. at a diplrn e of
10 f. et. ani conlil not read 'or Hi erH, audi
lave been fpnuluis nr cu monev v." th doctors
for spi c"aclei. hat -i she is sitisiied. All Mho
have weak ordilora ed eyes will icay nih satie-
fi.ei on ly cot pnltlrg: hrf. ATom-b. W.lh heft
wishes tu' all, I ! not think that DictorM K.
Voscs car be exiclleC Hefpeit u ly jours,
DE, L. L. CAESTDS.
Stricken Down with Heart Biscaca.
Zr. MiXcm JSedical Co., Elkhart, Jnti.
OBSTLEMr.s : I feel it my duty, or. v e'.i i . u
pleasure, to puWish. unsolicited, to tli3 nvrl.-l i"i j
litiielit reecived from On. Macr Rc:-orc-iv-RtMcuii
1 was stricken down wiih lf-r:
Jtmraav and itr, complications. trpi J pi::'e v
'as from 90 to 140 beats per minute, a ttfiMriSPi
buruittj tensutloa ia the wind, pipe, orr.re.-. ir-.-.
rlOTi of the heart onu below lower rib. pain iti i :.o
slio;1iie.--s of breath, fcleeples3ric8, v.eakneA
tfiid iro.ieral debility. The arteries in rcy ne
would tnrob ioleiulf the throbl;: is of n.hiur:
(oulJ be heard across a large room and iron:.!
abate Try whole body. I was so nervous that I
could ct hold my band steady. I havs been
Mair he trmtmmt of eminent phfrriiHarxti.
and have tr.h-n. nations of fatent MiuliMim
trlthn'it fir- Imut benefit. A friend reco: i
ntified yorr remedies. Bhe wus cured by 1.:.
Miles'remerliiS I have taken .
three b-itilea tf your New fTB 0 R F" Iji
Hear: l ure and two bottles B bmm k. "
N6ni:ie. My puhte la normal, I have no c:eru
violent throbbing of the heart, aM a vctt
1 siiH;rely reeommend everroiie with bv!upu"..:.r
of Heart Disease to take Jjr. JBilr.' j:.(.n
tf- i,mediee m be, cured.
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Read what our Patients say of our success in fitting their eyes with Snn
cles. They are grateful for
Xew York, March 3, 1S93. J. Ram
ser & Son, Reck Island, III. My Dear
Sirs: I would beg to acknowledge re
ceipt of package containing eye
glasses and furthermore consider it
my duty to thank you for the relief I
have experienced through the same.
The many leading Oculists of New
York and elsewhere I have consulted
were tin able even to find the ailment
wherewith I Buffered, much less to
cure the same; your fckill has proved
itself, for after using the lenses you
fitted me with I was relieved im
mediately; not only can now read
without exertion, but do not suffer
any more witli my former severe head
aches. I sincerely hope that you may bene
fit many more as you have me and
erould again express my thanks for
the Rood you have done me. I remain
yours ery sincerely.
NoitBKKT Gi N.nt uiiEi:,
Railroad Stoek Broker, 2o Maiden
Lane, New York City.
Kewanee, 111., March S. 1S93. J.
Ilamser & Son, Rock Island, III., Dear
Sirt: In reply to your request would
say that the spectacles, which you
prescribed for me last spring, 1S92,
have given the best satisfaction. At
first I used them quite much, bnt
gradually the eyes became stronger
and now I only use the spectacles
whenever I feel need of them.
On account of having tried your
ability I am perfectly safe iu rec
omending you to be the very best to
all those who are in need of optical
help. S. G. Youngrkt,
Ev. Lutheran Pastor.
Rock Island, 111., Dear Sirs: About
seven months ago I was compelled by
failing vision caused by a pterygium
growth on the eye to seek advise for
name; on applying to you I was fitted
with spectacles which I am happy to
say restored my lost vision, and so
strengthened my eyes that I fear no
further trouble with them. Respect
fully, L. M. Stitvvis,
Passenger Conductor, St. Louis Div.
C. . & Q.
Davenport, Iowa, March 1C, 1S93.
I was troubled with shooting pains in
my eyes caused by eye strain, aud on
consulting you was advised to use
Does it pay to p;o elsewhere or pat
ronize traveling fakirs and pay fabu
lous prices for Spectacles when you
can have bitter work done for less
money ri;ht here at home? Wo ex
amine the eyes free of charge.
spectacles you fitted with wonder
ful success. Can now read and sew
with entire comfort. Sincerely yours.
Mns. A.E.Coi.lins,4CS East Fourth st.
Rock Island, March 8, 1S93. Gen
tlemen: Being subject to very severe
headaches Icalled on you, feeling as
sured that they were caused bv eve
strain. You fitted me with spectacles
which I am happy to say relieved the
evstrain and cured me of headache.
Moline, 111., March 9. Am very
glad to add the testimony of my
brother and myself in saying that our
spectacles fitted by you are a perfect
fit and we could not do without them.
Yours truly, Inger Wilson,
Stenographer Moline Plow Co.
Burlington, Iowa, March 3, 1893.
Messrs. J. Ramser & Son, Kock Isl
and, III. tJentlcme. : It is now oter
eight months since you fitted sped
tacles for my eyes. They have given
the very best of satisfaction; indeed
so well have you succeeded, that I
have never had spectacles feel as com
fortable and give such satisfaction. I
can most heartily recommend you to
all needing your service in this line.
Rock Island, March 10, 1893.
Gentlemen: I take pleasure in saying
that I am using spectacles which you
fitted to my eyes and I feel confident
that they are perfect and I have
derived a great deal of benefit from
them; they have helped my eyes very
much and I would not do without
them for several times the price
paid. Yours very truly,
Miss M. Rorison,
Stenographer at Henry Dart's Sods.
Rock Island, March 3, 1S93. The
glasses fitted to my eyes are very
satisfactory. Your appliances for
getting at the correct glasses for de
fective vision are very complete.
Yours, Mvi.o Lee.
Superintendent Argillo Works, Car
bon Cliff, III.
Cable, 111., Feb 20. 1893. Dear
Sirs: I had you fit me with glasses
that are entirely satisfactory. I can
now read with perfect comfort. Yours
truly. J. Blknkinsopp.
Davenport, Iowa, March C, 1893. I
have bee obliged to wear spectacles
f jr the last 30 years on account of be
ing very near sighted, and have had
my e3'es examined at different times
and lenses prescribed by eminent
specialists, but there was never a
time when spectacles weie satisfac
tory. My 6ight became so reduced
that I was obliged to use the strongest
eases. On consulting Messrs. Ihmser
& Son they diagnosed my case so
thoroughly that they were enabled to
J. RAMSER fe SON Opticians and Jewelers,
the benefit received.
prepare a pair of spectacles for me
that are a real delight and I feel as
transformed. Where I was unable
previously to distinguish a persons'
features at any distance. I can hot
distinctly see a speakers features fifty
feet away by gas light, the twitching
of my eyes, caused by muscular weak
ness, is entirely overcome and the
pain has ceased, my glasses are truly
a wonderful combination as sight re
storers. I am greatly obliged to
Messrs. J. Ramser & Son for tlie
wonderful and beneficial results at
tained through their skillful treat
ment. I Fai.i..
Editor Family Journal.
Moline, 111., March 3, 1S93. Messrs.
J. Ramser & Son, Rock Island, 111.
Dear Sirs; I feel very, thankful to
you for the benefit I have derived
from tl e spectacles which you fitted
to my eyes last fall. I have beeu en
tirely cured of headache (from which
I suffered to much before having my
eyes treated by you) and the blurring
sensation after reading awhile has
also entirely disappeared. My eyes
feel very strong and I must say that
the money paid 3011 for the spectacles
was the btst investment I ever made.
Yours truly. In.. Andkksox,
40S Twelfth street.
Rock Island, 111.. March IT, 1893.
Gintiemen. About one year ago, hav
ing suffered a good deal from head
aches, etc., I went to my physician
and he advised roe to goto an optician
as he thought that my headache was
caused by eye strain. I went to you
and you fitt d me viith spectacles
wh-'ch I am happy to say have been a
great relief to me. Respectfully,
Mrs. F. Fisher.
Rock Island. Ill , March, 1. 1S93.
Gentlemen: I am well pleased with
the spectacles fitted to my eyes by
you; they give the very best of satis
faction and they are a great relief to
my eyes. Respectfully yours,
Rock Island, 111., March 1, IS93.
After a number of unsuccessful efforts
to stcure glasses that were suitable
for her eyes, my daughter -Bessie"
applied to Messrs. J. Ramser & Son,
of Rock Island, who succeeded in
fitting her eyes perfectly. The glasses
furnished by Messrs. Ramser have
given perfect satisfaction.
M. A. Head,
T. E. Rock Island Dist. M. E. C.
Milan, 111., Feb. 22, 1S93. Dear
Sirs; I am indeed grateful for the
great benefit my eyes have received
from your treatment. My eye im
proved so much ii this fehort time
from your perfectly fitted spectacles
that I feel assared that I shall have
no further trouble. Sincerely yours,
Miss Clara Rige.
Molire, 111., Dear Sirs: The spec
tacles you fitted to my eyes give good
satisfaction. Miss Mary Pierce.
Rock Island. Feb. 20, Dear Sirs: I
wish to express my hearty thanks to
you for the great benefit my eyes re
ceived from your treatment; the
thorough diagnoses of my case by you
by far exceeded my anticipation, as I
expected your examination would be
the ordinary examination of opticians
in general, the rcsu-ts you arrived at
were truly wonderful as I had never
expected to gt the sight by means of
spectacles which those yon fitted to
my eyes have given me, I feel con
fident that I could not have consulted
more skilled opticians.
Student Augnstana College.
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Feb. 20, 1893.
Dear Sir: I have used a good many
spectacles but none were as satisfac
tory as those you fitted to my eyes.
Yours truly, Rev. F. Minz,
Professor of German Iowa Wesleyan
Wapello, Iowa, Feb. 20. Dear Sirs:
The spectacles you fitted to my eyes
some time ago are perfect. I can now
read and sew all night without the
least pain in my eyes, something I
could never do before. My eyes feel
perfectly comfortable and have grown
much stronger. Yours truly,
Mrs. Rev. J, II. Kneiiaus.
Taylor Ridge, III., Feb. 2S, 1893.
Dear Sirs: To say that I am well
pleased with the spectacles you fitted
to my eyes does not more than half
express my appreciation of them; they
are by far the best I ever had.
Mrs. Rev. W. A. Cark
Briar Bluff, Henry county. 111., Feb.
20, 1893. Dear Sirs: Some eight or
ten months ago I was obliged to seek
relief for weak eyes and on consulting
you you fitted my eyes with a pair of
spectacles and I can truthfully state
that I obtaiued relief on first trial and
my eyes improved eo much that I now
read a grc-t deal without glasses. I
would cheerfully recommend to you
any one needing the services of skilled
opticans. J. L. Bi.ethex,
Supt. Briar Bluff Coal Mines.
Hillsdale, Ills.,. March C, 1S93.
Dear Sirs: The spectacles you fitted
, rja OIV giving- im? gj.J,)
! Taction. l triet. two opticans b-''-''
from ir to you, but thev would n--
, my eyes. I cheerfully recon,.
:you to all as a competent oPt;c -V
Yours, Mas. J. SasitV
; Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Feb. 'r,'.
s: : i ..... ii , . ' -
1 r 1 " veu pieaseil with
ipectacles you fitted to my eyes a,'.
highly recommend your work.
tpectfully yours, Chas. Srim 1
Student I. v ;
R'jek Island, 111.. Feb. t.,".
tl'at the spectacles fitttd t irv
by yi.u, give me perfio' s.'i-r, .
I Kesneclfullv, M i:s. V V
BeUul. Wis., Feb.
Sirs: I have worn a pairof sp..-.
which you fitted to uiv eves '. -past
year rmi they have 'iven p. '--'I
satisfaction. R 'sppctfully, "
Rkv. Chas. t. K .
Rock Island, 111., Feb.
Sirs: Having had my tye- trea-. -
you about one year ago. I l:ave
had comfort and sati&faelion. y, -.
truly, Mr.s. C. W. ;An:.,"
Milan, 111., March S. -r.r.-men:
After bavin;' spi-ctaeles
to my eyes by an optician ar.ii j
very unsatisfactory manner. I -suited
you and am glad tu sv.-
the spectacles you fitted IrZ
are a source of pleasure en.) r.--'. '
satisfactort-. Hi t.ii 11. !!,! '
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, 11 -J 1.
Dear Sirs; The t?peetao!es xw
to my eyes last spring pr.'w,; e
satisfaciory, I am unable fj ; .
out them. Sincerely vor.rs,
Trustee German Iowa Weslevar. C '
Burlington, Iowa, March
It affords me great pleasure t
that the spectccles y.-.u litte ln
eyes give perfeet satisfaction in t-;-respeet.
Yours Resp'y.. l:;.v. I' V.:
Simon, Presiding M. K. Ciw.rc::. ! r.
Moline. III., March 5, -..; , ; .,.
Sir: The glasses tilted to :t.y c:r.
last year at your place have -rivvs 'zt
entire satisfaction, since wear:ri.:;
my eyes have grown miicli str.
; Very resp'y., Mr.s. S. K. I.;.,i;r. :
; Fifth ave. "
We have the best api ninti ; 1
Department in the thrc-1 !:',
jrttarantee a perfect in::.
every ease and back our r.:-.:-with
a successful husinrs.
nearlv 05 vear staiidiii'.'.
Rural, 111., March 8, 1 si':;. Dear
The spectacles you fitted me im
proved very satisfactory. I have v:r.
them six months and find I Iiuac Is:
greatly benefited ly them. Thacki
'you for the good you have i'oue
am. Yours trulv, I.: na Iiovn.E
Milan, 111., March i:?. 1
Sir: The spectacles yon litted t.i
eyes about eight months a.o
given me perfect satisfaction. Icin:::
recommend your work. Your.. :r-';.
Mlis J. A. IUv
Rock Island, 111., March . 1'
Gentlemen: The spectacles you '.":
to my eyes have proved very sa'. s;.
tory, and am well pleased with
They have opened a new world ': -for
I can see objects with them p'x:
that before I had them, I cw-i- :
see at all. Yours truly,
Rock Island, 111., IVb. v.
Gentlemen: The spectacles f..it
my daughter and myself have p
eminently satisfactory, a jrreat -provetnent
over these f colecr.
Miss. I). T. I!'.:;
Davenport, Iowa, March ,;- ;"
Gentlemen: I can most hcarti.y '
ommend you to all in m cd of fi's-c-fitting
spectacles. The specn
which you fitted to my eyes, have -'
a source of comfort to mc as core?
vious to them. Yours Resp'y.,
Rkv. A. II- F. Hkhtzm:.
Rock Island, March 11, '-y
Messrs. J. Ramser & Son. eEts
am gla.l to inform you that ti.e
tacles you fitted to ray eyes a.-v
factory. The astigmatism ec:
overcome. J. R-
Rock Island, Feb. 21, 1
m f ti T fan Knpillr with the h--
of praise for the spectacles
my eyes some three ontlis a;."-1
your skilled optician; they have
met my expectath ns. WitJ -
wishes for your future success 1
main, Yours resp'y., with Daii.v I
F. W. r.!s
Rock Island. 111., March 1C J'-,
Gentlemen Our daughter
was suffering from astigmatism -ing
severe headaches, having bs
eyes examined and fitted wun c.
by your optician, she has been e5';j
ly relieved and we can trulv .rc--mend
your skill as optician.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Vi'v
Rock Island, 111., March 1 ' V.
Dear Sir: The glasses you t;
for me some time ago are wc
to my eyes and have given
satisfaction. I am glad to
have succeeded in fitting g'a'
eyes better than any other op l .
. .... a t l,n re ti--
1 nave applied to anu a "
good many others. Yours t ' .'
Prop Moline Buggy Co., J.M,
1827 ?d aye., B, jgg!