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THJ5 AKG1JS, SATURDAY, JTELT 1898..
WANTrtV-A COOK AT NO. II SEVEN
ANTE J-OJRI. FOR HOUSEWORK AT
wi Tweaty-untt strset.
lf A!,TED- GOOD OIRL FOR GENERAL
house norS. Apply at II' Second
WANTED A LAUNDRESS AND WAIT
re at Ibc Watch Tower. Apply at
VTANTED-A YOUNG LADY TO TEND
V stnro. Inquire bl evening at Peter
sen a, XTi Twentieth Htrect.
WANTED A POSITION TO DO GEN
eral houxework. Can trive reference.
Apply ism) Tilth avenue. Mm. Gannon.
VANTKD-8MALL GIRL TO HELP DO
V rsneral house wnrtt in small family. Ad
dress lii'J Fourth avenue, Mollne. JlL Call
I mm a. m. to p. m.
WANTEDTOTRAIHC WHATHAVE YOU
to oflcr for fii lok of Roods In
KWDlry a ore? Holnif ifood business: proprie-
Jt nick and Bust aell or trade. Gordon A
WA NTf'.D AN EXPERIENCED STENl KI
raphcr desire a position at substitute
or a t ad y position. Can furnish ood refer
ences. Address Mis Daisy Jobcson, VI2 Kif tb
vv (either s-x, for the MKiintf Liuk"
r rmcnt supporter, lio.d waire : pay every
nisht.r Apply eveninir Davis patentee, 736
evenUeulb street, I Cock Island, 111.
"11T ANTED TO U)AN MONEY OS DIA
v monflH. watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, blcvcles. elotlilnir. dry
irxl. furniture, etc. Highest cttsu prices
pain lor M'uond baud (t'sxls or all kind also.
The above (rood firr kale at half the usual
more prices. All business transaction strictly
cwifldcrtthd. His new Dimi!-r and lociitlnti,
I'VSl Second avenue. Don t forget It. J. W.
Jones. 1 wo rintfM on I'M!. '
tfOR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVU)
l Ikin a more.
FIR RENT FURNISHED ROOM 3
33HJ Twen'letb street.
"LR RENT THREE OFFICE ROOMS
over l ilt) Third avenue.
T7KR KENT THE STORE ROOM AT 1810
-- Third avenue. Apply v. Dauber.
FIR RENT-DESK ROOM IN REIDY
Hron . office, Kootnl, feltcbell & Lynde
TJlOll RENT- UOOafS WITH HOARD IN
I verv central locitllori. at moderate rates.
Inquire ut Tiik Ahiium ofllce.
'TjUMI HK.NT- Nl ELY KITSNISHKP FRONT
I rooms. rood tit'ile board, pus. Imth. all
miHlcrn convenience. 7:16 Seventeenth
"liWR RENT-EU1HT-ROOM HOUSE. FUR-
-s." nace heat, modern improvements. Ml
Twentieth street. Kent, $2i. Apply to Hayes
a i.ieavcimiu. iienvstou mock.
IVOR RENT - EIGHT ROOM HOUSE,
.1; Thlrtemlh atrcat and Bsoond avenue.
kenlKlO Apply to fc. li. Siallord at Jaokwm
liurat a omce.
TOR RENT RESIDENCE OF M ROOMS
corner of Nineteenth street and Seventh
avenue, with all modern Improvement. Ap
ply iteiuy iiroa.
R SALE A StjUAUE PIANO. AD-
dress "W" care of Aw.i .
I.10R H A LK -TWO GOOD WILDING I-OTS
! soxini teet, ncseT C. li. I 1 . HciMit. a
' liariritln. ti. K.
l.lOU SALE NO. 2 REMMINGTON TYPE-
1 writer. very cheap. If taken ut once.
Auiiresn r, a hi. i s.
IOR BALE FEIlRirTS. YOUNG AND OLD,
at renonulle prices. Apply to August
H ciiiiiiit. .11 'i weirtb street.
TOH SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
X All kind of fruit: iixsl Iniililiims; near
town. A imrn.iin foraome one if taken soon
LWR HAI.E-CHEAI': f70O CASH AND
J small incumbrance takes a very neat cot
Intra on the Muffs. Wbo wanta It quick at that
price? tturuon imiwiiiiu. ,
TiVU SALE-SMALL GROCERY HCSI
1 ncss. New sioek. GtMMl ltMatlon. Sell
tnff on account of sickness. Iriei- uhout l-Vit'.
AdilM'sn M. io r.Ei. bwk Inland. IIL .
IiTOR SALE-GOAL IN ANY QUANTITY
: of M buahela or over at IZ. Ml per too, de
livered O. O. O. to any part of the elty. Leave
orders at rommaralal bouse barber shop, Hook
Island, or Enoa James, Milan.
FXR 8AI.E-CHF.I ITrs IN MM AS
tcr s addition, old hasetuillirrounds. These
lots will hs sold fnm k upward: small
amount down. li.Uanee on Ionic tims at A per
ti Ui.lilv r,ni 1 Mik.,ll t I..
C' . n
TjX)R SALB-A NEAT OFFICE CARINET
-I with BlioulHOdiiTsrent slides, suitable for
rlllnc leital blanks or sny description of pspers
la Hat form to be kept la hape for writing.
A ooaprebensive Indet connected. Just the
thins for any office with contracts, etc., to
Bis. Address U. K. C, ears of TUB A Hova.
IostXdoV K 1 n rlKl77rTcrw7rH
i leather cover. Under return to tM
Nineteenth street and receive reward.
TOST PRTiK A l-Cl.T Hft'Kl.E WITH
i amethyst set .between .Seventeenth and
Flchteenth strec.s. I indcr please pjate at
A Hi. I'M oltlcc. .
WR1TK TO FULTON A YEAGl.EY,
Denton, Tel., if you have accounts,
rotes or judVuients vs. Trias fartics that you
desire settled or eompruaisril.
VVrANTrt-R,CUAI,nE T J TACK
II tip advertising siuns f u fco wecklv:
Steady work. Send 10 cents for postair. ssm-
tie. ete. v oiinn Msiictne comp.ny, StJv North
olorado street. Ihlladelphia. Pa.
I B miDT,
Otrit rwr Ifowit sad Hart It Iiwwrrd.
Real Estate, '
Insurance and Loans,
Koom 4, Aiitcneu dc Lyncv uunaing.
THE EXCEUBCE 8F SY1CT OF FH2S
l due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and bkill wieh which it it
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the Caxifos.nia. Fio Srsur
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
truo and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fio Hxrvp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist ne in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the CalI
roRXiA. Fio Syrup Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the gent ne Syrup of Figs has
gien to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels withomt irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
naaseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AX F It A. CISCO. CaL
Louisville, et. xew tour. m. t.
A Social Enter-
or an j inid-Mttumer nij;ht so
cial function should include
Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Ne
sclroile Piililiii";s, Fancy Ice
Creams, Tutti Frutti, aud a
selection of our One
Fancy Assorted Cakes. Mac
caroons or any of the choice
Hakery Goods fur which we
are famous ami which we
will deliver to you so that
you can serve in the swcllcst
maimer it desired.
KRELL & MATH
don't want yon to forget
their Perfect Home Made
Bread. Ask yotir procer
intone 1156. 1719-1718 Seeond A venae.
the opportunity is wise. Ice'
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon of war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream all the
more because it leaves a cool
impression after it. and does
not, like some drinks, loner
the temperature a littie only
to raise it much more after
ward. Young men who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
Believed the Western Association
Will Be Reorganized With
TOWS HAS BETH AN IJJJTJEY.
Northern Clubs goffer Much in a Fluaarkal
Way Making the Vinson ri Trip and Will
Have a More Compart League Next Year
Other Notes of Interest to the Sporting
BASEBALL managers in organizing
a successor to the Western as
sociation next year will not lie
confronted by that long Missouri
jump, winch has Iieen one of the
greatest financial drain which the
clubs have lieen obliged to stand in
the past, as it is apparent now that
St. Joe is permanently launched with-
n the folds of the Western league.
the Omaha franchise having been
transferred there. T. J. Hickey. iaes-
uieiii oi tne leiunct Vcsteru associa
tion, engineered the deal. Mr. Van
Brunt, the operator of the St. Joe
street railway, was at his back with
the necessary dough.
Mr. Ilicfcev has had a srood thin?
during the several years which he
nas presiued at the helm of the West
ern association. His salary has been
!l00 per year. He conducts a profit
able Dusmess in bis home town lie
side. There has been a growing
tendency among the northern towns
to part company with St. Joe and
form a more compact leasue. Mr.
Hickey has been in almost absolute
control of the situation, and of course
any proimsition of this kind was im
mediately sidetracked by hiin. He
undoubtedly realizes tha't the feeliu"
against his town purely from a geo
graphical standpoint lias reached that
height where the continuance of the
Western association depends on her
keeping out, and has taken advantage
. u .:... , , .
mc jusi opiioi'iuniiy to lauu in a
Baseball can lie made to pay in this
part of the country if the expenses
are kept reasonably low. Railroad
lares cut a large hgurc. Hence the
argument that the towns should lie
close together holds good. Uoek Isl
and found the game a loser this sea
son, but she has the consolation of
knowing that she came out aliout as
well as her neighbors, and even let
ter than some of tlietu. Peoria, for
instance, quit $3,000 in the hole.
Quincy owes her players a half
monin s pay. And so on all alon
But Rock Island is ready to unite in
the forming of a league for next year.
Other Notes of Sport.
Ualy and Hrennan fiirht at Clans
Groth hall, Davenjmrt. tonight.
rxehrecongest. who caught for
Quincy, is playing with Mansfield.
Most of the ball players have left
town, several of them having secured
positions with other chilis.
Rock Island fans remember the
clever playing of Harry lierte, Ot
tmuwa's "shortstop. The Sporting
News says of him this week: '-Harry
Berte. the brilliant shortstop of the
Ottuniwa club of the Western assso-
eiation, was liorn at Covington. Ky..
May 10, 1872. He learned to plav
baseball in Cincinnati, Ohio, ami
showed such Bkill that the Mobile club
of the Southern league signed him as
its shortstop for the season of 1811.
He batted .'J89 and his fielding percent
age was wo. in and 1N:6 he
was a member of the Richmond team
of tho Virginia State leaeue. In lJa
the oflicial averages gave him a field
ing average of .'J.12 and a batting av
erage of .803. His record in 18:6 was
.Jiy in Imtlin'r and .!.!.') in tieldin
ne signed with the Quincy club of the
Western association in 1897 and led
the shortstops of that organization
with a fielding average of .925 in 99
irauies. He had an off var in bat
ting, however, as his average of 230
indicates. When theQuincv club was
succeeded by the Oltumwa "club this
spring, Bertc was among the platers
transferred and did excellent work for
that team until its disband men t."
A Strong Nation
Consists of Btron;r men and heallhv
women, aud health and strength de
pend Umiii pure, rich blood, which is
given by Hoods Sasaparilla. Ana
lion which takes millions of littles
of Hood's Sarsaparilla every year is
laying the foundation for health, the
wisdom of which will surely show
itself in years to come.
Hood's Pills are prompt, efficient.
always reliable, easy to take, easy to
operate, zo cents.
Try Alien's Foot-Rase,
A powder to le shaken into the shoes.
At this season your feet feel swollen,
nervous and hot. and get tired easily.
If voti have smarting feet or tight-
shoes, try Allen's Fttot-Ease. It cools
the feet and makes walking easv.
Cures swolleu and sweating feet, blis
ters and callous spots. Relieves corns
and bunions otall pain and rives rest
and comfort. Try it today. Sold by
all druggists ami shoe stores for 25
cents. Trial packages free. Address
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Rov. N. V.
Thousands of persons have been
cured of piles by using DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. It heals promptly
ana cures eczema and skin diseases
It gives immediate relief. For sale
by T. H. Thomas, A. 5. Riess and M
i Tin kind Yw Haw AIwb Bcsj?4
MEETING OF COMMITTEES.
Arrangements fmt Veterans' I'Rloa Nation
The executive committee and the
chairmen of several of the sub-com-miltees
appointed to serve in the ar
rangements for the forthcoming na
tional encampment of the Union Vet
erans1 Union in Rock Island next
month, met yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Harper house.
.bach committee was instructed as
to the work expected of it, and the
detailed plan of arrangement was de
cided upon, everything pointing to
the successful carrying out or the
duties assigned to the different com
mittees. Gen. J. B. Morgan, of Dav
enport, was instructed to secure sam
ples of badges for the encampment.
1 he meeting adjourned to 4 o clock
next Friday afternoon at the Harper
house, w hen the chairmen of all the
committees are urjred to be present.
The list of Rock Island committees
has Iieen completed, and is as follows:
l-i nance Capt J. M. lieardslev.
chairman; Capt. A. M. Blakeslev,
(iustav Stengel, F. C. HeMienwar,
harles Mellugh, S. S. Davis, Otto
Huber, W. C. Maucker, Louis Salz
mann, Eugene Burns.
Hotels ueorge h. Bailey, chair
man; J. (J. Junge, T. H. McXevin,
G. W. Cash, John Herbert.
Iuritation Judge W. II. Gest, chair
man, C. F. Gaetjer, William McEniry,
Charles J. Scarlc, Mai. H. C. Con
nelly, J. H. Reddington, L. C. Daugh-
ertv, J. F. Robinson, F. C. Denk-
mann, Dr. S. C. Plunituer,
Program and Printing Mai. C. W.
Hawes, chairman; H. P. Simpson,
Toasts aud Exercises. Charles J.
Scarle, chairman ;E. W. Hurst, Joseph
Halls and Decoration Frank Col
lins, chairman; Richard Crampton.
Frank G. Young, Sam R. Wright,
Meyer C. Rice, Henry C. Krell, Iaju'is
Kohn, James B. Kckhart, W. T.
Hart., Hugh A. McDonald.
Transportation Gen. E. M.Wilcox,
chairman; H. I). Mack, Hiram Cable.
Frank Plunituer, L. H. Greer.
Music George R. Housel, chair
man; B. F. Bovdstou, S. T. Bowlbv S.
J. Collins. John S. Stewart, C. J.
Taylor, J. II. Saunders, Richard Sher
wood, Henry D. Folsom, Emit Jacolt
on, V. A. Larson. C. L. Ackerland,
Mrs. J. Frank Robinson, Mrs. Ella
von Kockeritz. Mrs. Charles McHiigh,
Mrs. T. B. Reidy. Miss Annabell New-
toti, Miss Anna Boweu, Miss Miriam
Haverstiek. Miss Frida Lindgren.
Reception T. J. Medill, Jr., Henry
Larse, If. c. ftuox, . Ml. Blanrting,
Thomas M unlock. J. M. Buford, W.
H. McConochie, Col. Henry Curtis,
Maj. Stanhope E. Blunt, Capt. C.
McDTownsend. C. W. Foss, Maj. J.
M. Beardslev, L. S. MeCalie, J. M.
Rosenlield. "C. B. Marshall. William
Jackson. J. C Surnian, T. B. Davis,
E. E. Parmentcr, Charles Oswald,
R. C. Beck. Horst von Koeckritz, J.
A. Johnson, H. H. Lolise, John P.
Weyrhauser, B. Winter, Frank Mi
ter," Charles Rl.-uer. Dr. W. II. Lnde
wig. Rev. J. W. Washington, R. A.
Donaldson, H. L. Whcelun, Jouas
Bear. George L. Aster, Samuel Pells.
H. D. El well, George F. Roth. Dr.
George Barth, Dr. George L. Eyster,
George Bennett, J. W. Stewart. Dr.
Carl Benihardi. Dr. Joseph De Silva,
Ferdinand Ib.Morf, Dr. J. R. Hollow
bush. M. M. Sturgeon, Lieut. O. V
Hornev. Judge Lucian Adams. Capt.
O. B. Mitcham. Capt. W. S. Pierce.
W. H. Marshall, Frank B. Hawes.
T. F. La Voile. David Don. R. C.
hamU'ilin. C. F. Lynde. J. J.
LaVcIle. S. W. McMastcr, Sam
Arndt. Iguatv. Huber. Charles Hodg
son. John T. Stafford. P. Fries,
M. Levy, Samuel 1). Clelaud. James
Connor" Louis Glockhof, J. B. Zini
mer. John Streckfus, Gustaf Schu
macher. John W. Jones. George
Schneider, Roliert Kushmanii, J. II.
Wilsou. Dr. Gordon. H. B. Sudlow.
John Volk. Mike O'Conuor, A. D.
Huosing. David Scars, II. H- Clcave-
land, Henry Ireinatin, Jr., George
McDonald, John T. Xoftsker, David
Noftsker, Robert Stockhouse. J. S. Gil
more. D. T. Robinson. T. A. Pender.
I Simon, Roliert Wagner, I. S.
White, John Crubaugh, John Law
head, F. A. Head, Charles E. Adams,
A. F. Soderstrom. Fred G. Gall, Spen
cer E. Mattison, Louis Kohn. E. G.
Frazur. E, II. Guver. E. I). Swecuev,
H. A. Weld. Dr. l C. Carter, Dr. G.
ti. Craig, M. J. Young, Carl Hellpcn
stell. Stewart Harper, A. H. Liitt, H.
P. Hull, Dr. E. Bradlord. Dr.
I. '. 1. 1. 1T
r liuk if. i atti, tv . 1 1. egus, lleiirv
I-emburg. Conrad Schneider, Charles
J. Larkin, Dr. J. F. Mver
T. H. Thomas. A. Flemming, T. R."llar
per, Fml Kinney. T. II. Dolly, George
nice, tnaries liutord, Lieorge U
llnntoon. W.Y. Schroeder, Ira Karr,
t.eorge Hesit, Dr. Sala, W. B. Fergu
son, Dr. W. T. Magill.J. Frank Robin
son, Col. Charles Durham. Henry
Bjsse, Cornelius Comegyg, Rev.
Father Thomas Mackin. Rev. C. E.
Taylor. Rev. C. O. McColloch. Rev.
v . S. Marquis. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
liev. 1. t. Allen. Rev. Mennicke.
Rev. Father Paak. Rev. T. W. Graf,
ton. Fred Mvers. Charles Seneer,
Irank Sinnet, S. McMahon. Jr.. John
Martin. tKto Pattin"-. Ed Morrin
Lot bar Harms. Tom (ireehey, (ius-
tv.n 1' 1 as m . .
tegeier. aucau Moms, p. J
t ary. Fred Ludolpb.- Man in Patter-
sou. Arthur Spaulding, W. Martin
dale. Frank Munger, Frank Taylor,
Franz Happ, Julius Brandenburg
Ednrats Toar Bowels With tusnts
r:,iS?' ptthartie. cure constipation forever.
vv, si i v. m. uu, arusKiat ref and mossy.
r' oi sunerinr relieved in ft
night. Itching piles yield at once to
the curative properties of Donn's
Ointment. Never fails. At any
drugstore. 50 cents. For sole by Mar
shall & Fisher.
FARMERS HIT HELP
Complain. of a Scarcity of Hired
Hands in the Coun
try. THEY ABE TJJABLE TO BECTOETHEM
Conversation Between a Townsman and a
Tiller of tne Knrnl Soil, Which Suanrs a
Urent Deal of Independence sa the Pnrt
of the Former, Espeelally for One With
FARMERS throughout the country
are complaining of a scarcity
of hired hands, lu former years
they received applications for jobs
and could not furnish employment to
nan oi those who came to their places.
This season thev are. obliged to go
about looking for help.
vt hen work liecomes plentiful men
;rov independent, it seems. To
illustrate, the following conversation
took place on Market stinare the other
dav between a farmer and a young
man, who was holding up the side of
"Do you want a job?"
-Oh, I don't know. What at ?"
'Helping on a farm."
'How far in the country?"
"About nine miles."
"Gee! A fellow can't get to town
very often. How much do vou pav?"
"One dollar a dav and board and
Well, vou dou't get me. doctor.
Work from suuupto sunrise. I suppose,
Not exactly. Of course the hours
are a little long, but you have plenty
of time to rest, good food and no one
to bother vou."
"My price is $1.75 a day not a
cent less. '
"We cau't make a bargain.
Uotxl Wnires Offered.
Speaking to an Anors representa
tive shortly afterward, the farmer
said: "It does seem to rnc that meu
wonld prefer working ou a farm to
loitering aiiout the streets, douii
nothing. Now I pay fl a day and
inriiisii iioard. lodging anil washing.
that is good wages for unskilled
labor when you come to figure up
mat it does not cost the hired hand
anything to live while he is on the
farm. And there is no lielter place
lor I i m. especially it he has no pros'
peet of getting anything lietter. Of
course a man has to work, but he
breathes pure air, finds abundant
time for rest, is under no expense
and when winter comes on feels liet
ter, and if he is economical, has a
niie roll of mouey in his pocket.
"Us folks in the country are indus
trious, and by jingo, it hurts us to
se lug strong fellows hanging around
town when there is so much work
for them. But t he v don't wan 't to
work, I reckon."
The following oflieers have liecn
elected by the Rock Island Manner-
President Louis Scholze.
Vice President Emil Evers.
Corresitonding Secretary Emil
Treasurer Job n Wich.
Collector F. A. Leithncr.
Slandard Bearer John Hauschildt.
Trustees J. I-urch. Emil Jacoli-
sen, George Soli male.
Kohbed the Orave.
A startling incident of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
suhjeet, is narrated by him as follows:
J was in n most dreadful condition
Mv skin was almost yellow, eves
sunken, tongue coated, pain coutiii
ually in back aud sides, no apetite
gradually growing weaker nay by day.
Three physicians hud given me up,
horiunately, a friend advised trying
t.ieeinc Ktttcrs. and to my great joy
and surprise, the first hot lit; made a
decided improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, and am now
a well man. I know thev saved
mv life, and roblicd the grave of an
other victim. ' No one should fail to
trv them. Onlv 50 cents icr bottle
at Hartz & L Heine ver s drug store.
Advertised ltter 1.1st No. 27.
List of letters uncalled for at the postofflce
at itoru lsirtna jtny v, jwq:
lienson. C. A. (!) Ooelilc, Mrs Win. H.
Prim. J. L. -'olaty, William K.
lirown. Walter Haines. HisO. M.
t utile. J. N. ll.Klwn, inv
Hrunk. John HiLsrr Ih-lln
f Hrmll. John Mover Marr
onoclly. K D (2) h-hx. Morrin
D.n'clsou. C. W. l"enrork. U V.
1'iissi.n J.ie Stevens, Jay
l ink. Mrs. P. J.
Rtiepel. Theodore farlson. Her. C. A fj
v. ben oaiitnic for advent ea letters plea
fire li&t numi er.
Tbumas U. Thomas. I'js muter.
Beaatjr la Bloval Deep.
Gran blood means a rleaa skin. No
beauty without it. Cawarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep il clean, by
stimuli on tbc lazy User ami drWine all hn-
E unties from the body. Ilcjrin to-i!jr to
Binsh pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that swkly hlhous complexion by taking
vawarets, neauty lor ten crnU. All drag
There is no Uneiion Awnat It.
No qneition. indeed, with thoe
who have ned it, bt that Foley's
Kidney Cnrc is absoletcl v reliable for
all kidney and bladder diseases. For
sale by T. II. Thonias.
Win your battles against disease by
acting promptly. One Minute Couh
Cure produce immediate results.
When taken early it prevents cou-
t sumption. And in later stages it
j furnishes prompt relief. T. II.
tThomtss. A. J. Riess and M. F. Hahn-
rTte sxi Ya Haw slwri Bcat
A stitch in time sates nine.
Beat, aense of tenderness and swelling of part,
ftre all Indications that there is need of instant repair
the 6titch in time. Where theae symptoms exist on
the left or the right side of the womb, disease of the
ovary is setting in, end soon there will be. if there
is Bot already' established, discharge, trifling at
first, but later copious -and irritating. Soon, also,
there will be felt doll, dragging pains radiating from .
Do not, my sister, let your malady go
those of you who are already suffering in this
way should begin at once a coarse ef treatment
with Lydia E. Pmkham s Vegetable Compound.
It will restore the organs to their normal con
la this connection Mrs. E. L. Mtrrs.
ake. Pa., says: "My ovaries were badly dis-'
eased, and for almost a year I suffered with se
vere burning pains wliich were almost unendurable, and a dull, heavy pain U
tbe lower portion of my back. If standing I was most relieved with mv foot
resting on a stool or chair. Ths doctor told me I wonld have to take my
bed and keep quiet. I had not used half a bottle of Lydia K. Pinkharn's Veri
table Compound before it worked wonder with nie, I now owe nay health
to the Compound. To those who are suffering from diseases peculiar to wo
men, I would Bay that Lydia E. Piakham s Vegetable Compound is Just what
Mrs. Pinkham wishes to befriend yon. and if you will write her at Lynn
Mass., telling her just bow you feel, she will give yon the very best advice
free of charge. Think what a privilege it is to be able to write to a woman
who is learned in all these matters, and willing to advise you without charge.
The Elixir of
HMve You Got It?
If not. consult
ently located in
Who Has Cared
Onr Electric Maehine tor
f e treatment o( Nervous
Uiea.neK. l.'Ucumstism ad
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incur
able by Others. '
NFJiVOUS DEBILITY. Kxhaustive Drains, Sleeplessness. Threatene.1 In
sanity. Weak Memory. Mental Delusions, or any other ooudlton due to nervous esbaustlon,
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma. Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
rary. Liver na oma x-sesaus van on qutcsiy ana penmnenuy cured nv our adtaneed
s.vstetu of tuedlciiie.
VARICOCELE is the most aelivo cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
month s-ltn other when -we guarantee you a permanent cure In seven dsys by ear smls-
Ks meihudii. Hydrocele eurnl la three days no palo.
WOMEN ruffeiing from diseases ecnliar to her sc, should consult us.
We hare cured many eases siren up ex hopeless, and sre may he able t snre yon. Burrl
enl opernttona perfonued at your home If desired. Aodominal and brain aurgsry a specially.
OUR CREDENTIAL AND TESTIMONIAIJi ARE THE BEST. The num
erous aeknovlcdnementa we have reeelred from the nen-vpapent lor our rcmtrkslils euree
In hoth mitlieul and Mirirical eases. Is proof eoiieluoive that our a1raneel niriti.Nhi ears
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but eousult us si ones end
regain your lost health. There I s stage In every disease that can le cured Hare
y.iu passed that stairs If not do not experiment any loiurer. hut consult us at mice. ur
thenuwe. we offr l ono to any one provlnr our credential false We make It an ol.ieet
to invcstlKSte ours. No other specialist offers such a fair proposition. ONLY CIJRAHLB
CASES TA4KN. Best of refrren.-e aua eredeutlals If ru ennnot call, write. 11 ua
dreds curud by mat). Hours- to 1J, to, I to 8. Sundays, II M to I Ja
OFFICE 124 WEST TDIRD STREET, MXCLLOUGH BUlLDI56n DiTEXf Oil, U
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comci from onr brswery. It Is the fsforits
of the laborer, the cpiooro, tko rich man aod tb poor nas.
Di flavor is dilieioas. Its bidy" right to pleM all tastes.
Had right hsre at boms of the finest malt and oboloest bops,
and by the most advsnoed prooasi; why shouldn't ROCK
ISLAND" bo h best
PARI DON &
l'ppcp Huigen, Ctlscslners, ete.
so far, bnt
Life is Health
DR. J. R WALSH.
Ite of Cblesro. former
I.T Surseon-ln-"blef of St.
Antbonj s Hospital. '
Until your Lawn
and Plants are
dried up before
you took after
your Hose and
If you have none,
we can supply
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
Shop 41 - -