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THE AEGUS, MONDAY, 3IA"RCH 14 1904.
fi W mm This Company, after testing Liguo fcone for two years in the most difficult germ diseases, paid $100,000 for the American rights. That is the highest price ever paid for similar rights on any scientific discovery-. We are now spending $500,000 to fcive the product away one bottle to each of a million sick ones. We are ' doing this so that every sick one may let Liquozone itself, prove what it Can do. ! Kills Inside Germs ' The greatest value of Liquozone lies in the fact that it kills germs in the body without killing the tissues, loo. And no man knows another way to do it. Any drug that kills germs is a poison, and it cannot be taken in ternally. Medicine is almost helpless in any germ disease, as every physi cian knows. Liquozone will do for sick humanity more than all the drugs in the world combined. It dees what no skill can accomplish without it. It cures dis eases which medicine never cured. Acts Like Oxygen Liquozone is the result of a process which, for more than 20 years, has fceen the constant subject of scientific and chemical research. Its virtues are derived solely from gas, made in large part from the best oxygen probers, liy a process requiring immense ap paratus and 14 days' time, these gases Don't Overlook Quality rW mm fit- S Louis Hanssen's Sons, 113, WEST fcECOND ST. Dioimonds Going Down Instead of Up. J J S'.ilO:) stock of diamonds, watche?, jewelry, clothi bicvclcs and other nierchamlise l.eing at gr,at bargains at Sie.neVs Loan Offi ..2 1 w iiS nt h M. I'lioi e gri"en !.;. , j Charles E. Hodason. Fire Inburunco Agency. Established 1874. Anieiican la. Co Newark. .N. .1. Continental New York Agrictilt ui al N "Ilv Trader-' Ins. Co ( ,i-ag... 11!. I'r.ion In. C.. I'!ii:.!.!e!;ii .i. I'a. lloekfon! in . ( Cim !;fr.!. HI. Sei-m ity Ins. ( N'w I ! :. e;. 'i it 1. Ins. ( o. Slate of l;!;:io;.. i:..ekford, I;!. Ofliee, room 3, l'ufrd block. Kates a low as consistent with security. J. M. BUFORD General Insurance Agent. The eM f.re and time-tried eeji yianies rer-en; e!. Kati-s as !nw as any reliable eompanv can .i iT Yorn i ti;on.; i" is sni.K rri:o. It's Quality That Count frl U-jt (. ESS UvT: In coal it's quality that TnaVcs bent, it's qiiakty iliat retains, it is quality that makes possible consumption of I0 iK'r cent of the combustible part of it, leav iup1 a l:?fct. clrtn a.'h; lcst!-, it's quality that lessees your fuel bill you're . not payinpr fT dirt. refue or unburr.abte.s. Tho coal we handle, both hsrd and soft, deserves all the poxl thinjrs we and our patrons say f it. A ton rill talk as loudly as a car load. E. G. FRAZEP Telephone 1123. To Give Litqtxosone are made part of the liquid product. The result is a product that does what oxygen docs. Oxygen gas, as you kno-.v, is the very source of vital ity, the most essential element of life. Liquozone is a vitalizing tonic with which no other known product can compr.re. Vet it ii a germicide so cer tain that wc publish on every bottle an offer of $1,000 lor a disease germ that it cannot ki;'. The reason i; that germs are vege tables; and Liquozone. which like oxygen life to an animal, is deadly to vegetal matter. It is carried by the blood to every cell of every tissue, and no touch of impurity, no germ ot disease, can exiit where Liquozone goes. Germ Diseases These are the known germ diseases. All that medicine can do for these troubles is to help Nature overcome the germ?, and such results are indi rect and uncertain. Liquozone kills the germs, wherever they are, and the results are inevitable. By destroying the cause of the trouble, it invariably ends the disease, and forever. Asthma a i-- Anemia llro-K-bi'ls H:rMl I'ottnn i'.'.wel TronMea C'"t"h f'oitls ur-NuirTlinu I'oiir Oomt Catarrh Car.rr I'vsrntrr l a.-rhe iUuidjuE L11i.fcy Hay Fcrr-r -Intluenaa-limner iJcaMS 1JI Or pl I. tit Tr"iiWi"i Malun.i - N"im!ifl3 M:n l!rnrr Troubles - I'ntvimonla Hli-urtsy uaiusy ithfvin-a f-kin Inieare Hor fiiiii Sr-fh!.'!s fcuuiiuch TiuutlM Remember, vimr crnps depend n what you sow ( u t I : ;" weather conlitions that may prevail). It lias always been our aim Id furnish Market Gardeners with only high class Seeds ii! Ii! and as we have supplied tin- lead ing whole-ale market ga rdem r- in t his v ieli;i J f - ir in a a y :: :-s. it should entitle u- t the pa t ron;: re of tho.-e who have ii"t yet ex .crienced the advantages of dealing with us. Send or ca!l for at;i!i g:;e. DAVENPORT, IOWA. Chicago Denta! Company foi: YOU. If ymi are in need of dental work, e:il! on u before froin- cl.-ew here, as we can save you money. AVe use nothing but the best of material, and our work is tniarnnteed to lie f;r-t r!a-s in every re.-peet. If you aro in need of a set of teeth, call and sec our thin eli.stie phite. We fruaravtee it to lit in -aes and when r.l! others have failed. Wc never ask you more than our prices below: ( T.KAN I NH FJIEK. Cement filtiriirs ? Koiie tii'intr ' I'iatinum lillin: "0 iier lihin-rs r,n Io!d fil'.irp-s. 1 and up 3.00 C.oM crowns, .? to $. 4.00 Set of teeth. $." and up 5.00 set of teeth for 10.00 Permanent location: Office 1607 Second Ave. KOCK ISLAND. ovi:rz simdkias i)i;ic, stoue. MERCHANTS' Inf or mixtion. Bvirecx j I.'ecorT.s are kept f peojile movip'j;, arriiiir or leaving Davenport. Credit reports furnished on application. I1 rrctoues of N'nrih and South Dakota. Mis.Miiiri, lnw.'i, Wisconsin. Peoria and Chicago. Pranch of the Permnan Coi'.ection A-rency,. 07-00 .Brady street. Daverport. DcrrT 3s Fooled! i Cer.u:ru; k&CWV MOtATAIN TEA tTiuiyrl.v by r;,tf j"o-!:jon Mtdicin--o.. I'.auJr, 11' is. ?i:. t J5 ccati a paolca.fr. Aii ouuri jr; ritnk imitations ef.-1 u.tt:n.t5, t-n'Tik v tiir hr-l Nv i-K-n. liiLiit-M lb rjK ick tcorH We'i. fc'.-rrs yea A'.i Hot.;! itchier f ;i Casr.uir. Away. rrrti rx-2erua Krvs' p aa I eTer -Ga!l atone Goitre Gout Ironurrbea Gleet Tferndt TrrmblW Tumor Llcwra Vartocoel Women Disease All 5tFeas that begin with ferr all Inflamma tion all catarrh all runtaploua diseaaea ail Ui results or impure or poiwnoun 0100Q- In nenroua oebilitj Uatioxone acts U a Tltallur, accoraplisUi eg what do drags can do. 5 Oc Bottle Free If yon need Liquozone, and have never tried it, please send us this coupon. We will then mail you an or der on your local druggist for a full 5ize bottle, and we will pay your drug' gist ourselves for it. This is our free gift, made to convince you; to show you what Liquozone is, and wnat it can do. In justice to yourself, please accept it to-day, for it places you un der no obligation whatever. Liquozone costs 50c and $1. CUT OUT THIS COUPON for this offer may not appear again. Fill onl the blanks and mail it to the Liquid Ozone Co., 48-4) Wabash Ave., Chicago. My disease is I have never tried Liqnorone.bnt if you will supply uie a 00c. bottle tree I will take it. 1 D 4 A Cive full address write plainly. Any pbvslrtan or hospital not yet using Liquotou Will be giaciiy supjmua lor a vcm. DAVENPORT DOTS in accordance with an actim taken at a recent meeting of the stockhohl cr.-, of tin? White I.ilv Washiny Ma rhiii" company 1 lit capital stock the company has been increased from si.".!!ii to :?:'UH' on account of the rai i!!v expandinsr business of the concern. In a letter to a friend in the city Joe !: r, formerly . connected with the Davenport 1 ranch of the Smith Premier Typewriter company, state that while on his wav to (ttiincv. Ill he sioi,!:ed ofT at Kort Madison and ; a.i i a isit to the penitentiary. While there he saw Ei'jrcne Pahlcck. sen teiuei! to three years a short time ;;j;o, at work as a tailor. This is riifhl ;n liaMcciis line, ami he i having a miK-h easier time than he' otherwise woiiK hnc. had he been tinac'uaint c! with t he t rade. weie iecei'i Salurday the iic:iniicnt liKlnhcrs by imc of ni'-auy a:c to i;' ; a :i y siriajr il I' that an etTort will be raise th: standard of the in regard to the a t tendanct' ill' iast year there has been lit i w n in this re-'ard, and th.e onii;Mi I'e'l far l:e!ow the standard Tin con rt-ma rt ia I: :ilt committee wi meet nee a mt :lh hereafter, the first mcetinsr bcin. hei I tonight. All members who l,ae not In en regular in their ; 1 1 n. I a nc will b; called t aecotint for tin ame. and if a ;ood cci!.-e not axaiiahk will lie lined op piiiii.shed in some manner. Ilcrev.fter t!:e ia!! In be iriwn tie C!a:i (iroth ha!!, at which the tia ditii.ns of the Emerald I.sle will be exploited ill sonir and dance and with ui.-n coi niiiiiitr., w m ie Know n as the "Drill Team's Irish Character 1 trill" instead of Dr. I.imPey's Irish character ball, as formerly. Action taken Saturday evening- at n special meeting of the representative of the drill teams decided this one point, as well as another plank m the platform which savs that the affair will be null- l el ott as originally ir.Ien let!, other aetirns to the contrary not w it hstand insr. The fact that the drill team of Carnival camp No. 1. of the Woodmen if Ihe World, has withdrawn from the !:i!I in question wiH not deter the re maininir teams from iheir purpose. o lolin Naven. a former retail mer chant -f this c;tv. but for some time i livir.pr in retirement, died at his honn v2 ICast Ki-.er street, at o'tdock Saturday mornimr. Mr. Naven was a native of Ireland ami over (it) years old. Forty years airo he came to thi city with his wife, who preceded him in death last year. He formerly was cnjraired in the grocery htisincs.-. He is suricd by six children. Mrs. Ed ward Dailey and Mrs. Ceorjre Kibby. of this city, and John. Edward, Mary an I (icrtrm'e. all at home. One broth er and a sifter, in Ireland, also sur vive him. as weil as one sister, Mrs Mcl'arkin:?. of this city, anil three brothers. Thomas. Daniel and Patrick Naer, of the state of Yermont. Th or. as Thomas died at ." o'clock Frioav r' f t ernoi n at the Sectt county inrirmary at t'ne ae of 4'.t. He had 5ei an inmate of the hospital since last Decomhr r. His wife, also an in mate of the ho.-pita!, st-rvivrs hill. 7 hn Howard Folwell. Sr.. died at the home of his son, 411 West Four teenth street. Saturday. Ieceased was born in Mount Hollv. N. .1., and had re.-ided here vxitii his son for the past six mi ntl.s. He was 53 ears and s m. :-ths ivi. Stephen P. High died Saturday at the home of ids parents, Mr. and Mrs. John High. 2T Dubuque street. De censed was !;9 years of a?e nnd iin murried. Ho was engaged in the grad ing bui-ine-s as contractor for work parents, two sisters, Mesdames Otto Pernrr and Mary lieddy, and four brcthers. Watt. Charles, Edward and Alfred. Herman Spieler died Saturday at Mercy hospital after a sickness of sev eral weeks' duration. Deceased was .".0 years of age. and resided at TCS Marquette street. He is survived by his wife, Adella, and two children, Katherine and Lorette. There are also four sisters and one brother left to mourn the death. IN THE COUNTY COURT. Estate of Amanda Schmidt. Ap praisment bill filed and approved. Estate of Sarah Clapp. Deposition of Mrs. Eleanor Lewis, a subscribing witness to will filed and approved and will admitted to probate. In re guardianship of minor heirs of Maurice Stoehr. liuardian's inventory tiled and approved. EstaU of Edward Stoehr. Widow's relinquishment and select ion tiled and approved and order turning over pro perty selected to widow. Executor's report filed. Executrix's' resignation filed and to be accepted only upon the appointment and qualification of ad ministrator d. b. n. c. t. a", as her suc cessor and she turning' over to such administrator all property of e.-tate. This order not to affect in any way the bond of said executrix nor to release her nor her bondsmen on said bond. Petition, by Edward Stroehr, son of de ceased, for letters of administration d. 1). n. c. t. a. filed. Petition granted on li'.ir.g bond in the Mini of $"J00. Pond of said Edward Stoehr tiled and ap proved. Oath taken and letters is sued to said Edward Stoehr. Peport of said executrix herein tiled this day haxing been examined by Edward Stoehr, said administrator and having; been found correct by him and the court having examined the same finds it correct and approves the same. It appears from said report there nothing' for said executrix to turn er to said administrator and she is released a. such executrix. Estate of Charles H. P.randenburg Appraisement bill and willow's award filed and approved. Widow's relin qnishment and selection tiled and ap proved and order turning property se iected over to the widow. Estate of Desere Say. Proof of notice to heirs of final report and set tlement filed. Hearing of said final report and settlement and same ap proved. It appears from said final re port that distribution of all the funds lias been properly made and there is nothing in administrator's hands for distribution. Administrator discharg ed and estate closed. NEWS IN OUTLINE. Mayor 14. of Milwaukee, vetoed the ant i-jspil tirig ordinance and rec ommends that the council first provide for cuspidors in public places. Mayor II::rrIson. of Chicago, has signed tlu annual city appropriation bill, amounting to more than 5?.'JS,000,- ooo. The Wostchfstcr county Republican convention hold in White Plains, N. Y., was the first in New York state to indorse President Itoosevelt. William (J. Mercer has been nom inated for mayor by tho Democrats of Durlington, Ia. The body of n man found murdered in the woods near Joplin, Mo., has been identified as that of Hampton Kennel, of Moulton, la. TIPS TO TRAVELERS Very low one way and round trip rates to a number of points north west and south via' the C, II. I. fc P railway March 15. $22.30 Teoria to Houston and San Antonio. Texas, and return, and all intermediate points, Tuesday, March 1 and 13, via Illinois Central railroad ind New Orleans. Peturn limit 21 days from date of sale; stop-overs al lowed on route. Don't miss this op portunity to see the south. Splendid service, write or call on us lor mil information. City ticket office. Main street, Peoria; 'phone 396. G. A Smith, commercial agent. One-War Settlers Ratea to North and South Dakota SI 4. The C, M. & St. P. railwav will sell cno-wny settlers tickets to points in North and South Dakota at rate of $14. Children of half-rate age at one half of the above rate. Dates of sale, March 1. 8, 15, 22, 29 and April 5, 12, 19 and 26, 1001. A COUGH CONUNDRUM When is a couh more than a cou;h ? When it's a settled cold. When it hangs on in spite of all you can do. Cough mix tures won't cure it because they are merely for a cough and this is something more. Scott's Emulsion cures the cough because it cures the something more. It heals and repairs the inflamed tissues where the cold lias ta.-cen root and prevents its coming back. Y.'e'H eni you ; sample frre upon reqasl. MOLINE MENTION The cause wf the vast waste in city water has been discovered in the old pump and net at the faucets of con sumers throughout the city. This lat ter source may be responsible for great waste but it is not the reasonl for the great increase in pumpage fig ures reported to the city council. It has been discovered that the old pump was respon-ib'e for the leakage. When last used it was undergoing- a slip page of a million gallons a day. This means that it was doing; the work re cording the pumpage figures for a mil lion gallons of water a day more than were actually sent into the mains. Kt. l.'fv. M. Edward Favveett, bish op of the Episcopal diocese of Quiney, will remember his first visit to Christ church of this city Friday evening, because the mischievous choir boys who sprinkled xpper on the furnace and down the registers. The effect -was positive and notieable and the service was nearly broken up by the snee.ing' and the choking of the audience and the choir, while the bish op only retained his complacency with difficulty. The first worshipers at the evening session entered the church and beat a hasty retreat into the open air to meet the other in a paroxysm of, coughing and sneezing. Others entered ami at the first breath felt the fumes clutching' their throats, but by closing their mouths they were able to stand it till the singing began and the -responses were given, then tin eonging began. The service, however, was continued to the end. o P. C. Dunbar, of Henry county, has come t the rescue of the pleasure lov ing people of East Moline, and will erect an opera house ami amusement hall. He has purchased two lots on Fourteenth street at the corner of the bluff road, and will erect a building to cost in the neighborhood of $5,000 It will be a brick structure and equip ped with stage and scenery and niov able seats. o John Swanscn is in receipt of a let ter from a man well-known in tin- city, who remitted $:'. with the let tc to pay for goods taken while tin man was in his vonnger years and wa 'sowing his wild oats." Mr. Swansor had no knowledge that the boy had ever committed any petty theft.- around the store, and the secret would have been secret in one bosom, had it not been for the confession which came spout aneously. o Although a conference was held Fri day between the molders and the man ufact urers over the molders' strike, no move was made toward settlement and the unfortunate breach is still vv id A new committee represent ing the union visited the mauufaet arers' com mittce and for about live minutes held a session. Each thought that the oth it hail asked the conference and had something to offer. When it was found the molders still stood for the nine hour day ami the 10 per cent in crease Ihe meeting adjourned. It has been over ten months since the men went out and. everybody has been boiling- that a settlement would be reached. o C'apt. M. II. Lyon of Company V has novices mat mere win lie an inspec tion of the company at the armory this evening by Maj. C. E. Cecil, of the 30th L'nited States infantry. o Moline high school boys returned home Saturday evening, after defeat ing (Jalesburg at basketball in the latter city, 34 to 1". More than a thousand voters of Mo line have signed the petitions asking that the proposition for civil service in the police and fire, departments be voted on at the municipal election to be held April 5. The wrestling match Friday night at the Industrial home hall between Hilding Ardahl, heavy weight wrestler of Moline. and Harry Mays, champion of Canada, resulted in a victory for the latter. Farmer I5urni, ex-cham pion heavy weight wrestler of Ameri ca, England and Australia, referecd o The attention of the local police de partment has been called to two young lads from Chicago, whose rights are being abused, if the stories which the boys tell are true. The boys are Al way (ianstrom. aged 12, and .lohn Gan- strom, ajred 14, who came to the city from Chicago in the early part of February and took up their home with their uncle. Mr. liegeman, of this city. The police department was nnti led that the boys were in Moline, and J. W. Nison. an attorney of Chi cago, wished to ascertain their where abouts. The bovs were asked to re turn to Chicago but they did not de sire tn do so. They stated that their mother was dead, and that their father gave them but little attention. V few days ago another letter was re- cived from Chicago., desiring th younger lad's return to Chicago under the truant law. a ticket to Chicago accompanying the letter, ine lau was taken to Chicago Saturday under the care of Officer Morewi-er of the Rock Island railway company. His X.IttI Joke ott the Doctor. "rwnr " mid the natlent, after pay ing his bill, "if there ia anythlDg In the theory of the transmjrratlon or souis youH be a war horse after death." "That sounds rather flattering, re marked Dr. Price-Price. "Yes, you're uch a splendid charger. Catholic Standard. All the news all the time The Is Not Most people hare an idea that rheumatism ia contracted like a cold, that the damp, chilly air penetrates the muscles and joints and causes the terrible aches and pains, or that it is something like a skin disease to be rubbed away with lini ment or drawn out with plasters; but Rhuematism originates in the blood and is caused by Urea, or Uric Acid, an irritating, corroding poison that settles in mus cles, joints and nerves, producing inflammation and soreness and the sharp, cutting pains peculiar to this distressing disease. w Exposure to bad weather or sudden Bowlin Green, Ky. civil inc of the bodv will hustn an -t. About a year ago I was attacked by acuta Cii.uingor me Doay wuinasten an at- rh6umat,iBm in my abouldeia, arms and tack of Rheumatism after the blood and lera below tho kneo. J could not raiae mv SV'stem are ia the right condition for it arm to comb my hair. Doctors prescribed todevelop but have nothing to do with &vttlX the real true cause9 of Rheumatism, and decided to try it. Immediately I oom which are internal and not external. xaeuced its use I telt better, and remarked T iniments nl asters ami mKhincr tomotherthatlwaaaladlbadatlaatfound it oitlf. trf,,?. i "Domg 8omar-lief. x continued It use and am will sometimes reduce the inflamma- entirely well. I will aiwaya feel deeply tion and swelling and ease tho pain for interested in tho auooeaa ot S. S. 8. since a time, but fail to relieve permanently did mo so much good, because they do not reach the seat o'f 3,1 Iatb Bt- MRS- HOBTOM". the trouble. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism because it attacks it in the blood, end as a blood purier and an invigorating, pleasant tonic. Book on Rheumatism wilt -be mailed free, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., A TLANTA, CAm A Word to Sufferersf rom Disease The age of miracles has past. We know that everything moves by what the scientists call immutable laws. They are unvarying from everlasting to everlasting. These laws rule alike the heavenly spheres and the actions of spheres. Man is particularly sus ceptible t infractions of these laws and the usual result is disease or in jury cr death. It is a law that if you overeat' that you will suffer. It is a law that if you fall down in front of a moving train you will suffer. And all of the diseases that allliet mankind come from the conscience or uncon scious infraction of some of the laws that govern the universe. These dis -f" - A Consultation and Examination Free. J. Alvin Home, M. D. "" Rooms 49, 50 and 51, Mitchell & Lynde Building, Rock Island, Illinois. Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 0 to 11 a. m. Many people write. "unable mv free offer to the sick, weak or April list. Try and call before April 1, as the last days are usually very busy ones. Come to me if you suffer from any chronic troubles. Pdood Poison, Nervous Debility, Weakness, Chronic Constipation. Nervous Exhaustion, Wasting Diseases, Drains, Losses, Nervo-Vital Weakness, Pains. Chronic Asthma, I'heumatism. Dyspepsia, Catarrh, Liver Troubles. If you have taken pills for chronic constipation come to me for my new scientific treatment. Bring" No Money. n OFFER RENEWED Free treatment until cured if you call before April 1. Nervo-Yital Debility, Varicocele, Hydrocele. Locomotor Ataxia, Prostatic Trouble.-. Spinal Affections, Chronic Rheumatism and dis eases of men .and women. Doctors to treat von. Doctors to cure you. Doctors' services FREE. YES FREE UNTIL ( I KED. NO CHAKOES MADE EX CEPT FOR SL'RO ICA L OPERATIONS. COME IF YOU ARE AlLIN'ii AND OET HELP 1'NTIL ( FRED. Call on DR. HAR.RY DePEW (EL CO., NEW ROCK ISLAND HOUSE, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Hours 9 to 12 a. in.; 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays: 9 to 11. M ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANKS ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Z Incorporated Under the interest; i-am on ueposibs. HoDey Loaned on P. rsonal CoIIaieral or Real Eatale Security. OFFICERS J. SI. Buford, President. John Crubaujh, Vice President. P. Greenawalt, Cashier. Peg-an the bus.iness July 2, 1890, 'tinl occupying s. r. corner or (Mitchell &. Lynde's new building. a SKin Disease the Uric Acid poison is neutralized, the sluggish cir culation stimulated and quickened, and soon the ays tern is purified and cleansed, the aching muscles and joints are relieved of ail irritating matter and a lasting cure of this most painful disease effected. S. S. S. is s harmless vegetable remedy, nnenualled eases may be hereditary or acquired. They may be the result of law break ing by some ancestor in the remote past. For the "sins of the father are visited upon the children even unto the thinl and fourth generation." Put if nature provides n penalty for the in fraction of the least of her laws she has also provided a remedy. For years 1 have made a careful study of disease, its cause and effect. And I have made a WON DISHFUL DISCOV KKY. I have discovered that Nature's rem edy for a very large number of dis eases is Klectricity. 1 use electrodes upon the nerve centers of the human system and nature does the rest. If you are suffering from any FKMAI.K WF.AKNF.SS, have a tumor, cancer or tlOlTKi:. a victim of KIDNKY or LI V Ell TF.OUI1LES, CONSTIPATION. LOSS OF KNEKtJY, CONSUMPTION a myriad of diseases, copie and se me. Consultation is free add lean t you whether or not I can be of assis, tanee to you, or whether your disease is in too advanced a stage for any assistance whatever. Do not delay. My method of treatment is. perfectly rational and relief is almost instan taneous. I guarantee a cure in all curable cases and cure hundreds of others considered incurable. to call." I will, therefore, extend afflicted until State Law. 4 Per Ceni DIRECTORS R. R. Cable, John Crubaugh, H. P. Hull, E. V. If u r st, John Volk. P. Greenawalt Z Phil Mitchell, V L. feiinon, jt. SI. Ruf ord. Solictors Jackro and Hurat. X of that nat ure. He is survived by his I Argus. ir - HOLU5TC DKL'Q CO, .VaJisoo. Wis.