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Modest women dread to consult a doctor about
diseases peculiar to their sex. They have a horror of
private examinations and surgical operations. For
this reason treatment of dangerous derangements is
neglected. But the Wine of Cardui treatment, which
can be adopted at home without the knowledge of any
one but the patient herself, is now coming into general
use. Women who take Wine of Cardui do not have to
submit to a physician's local examination nor to a
surgical operation. Wine oi Cardui cures in the privacy
of the home. No publicity, no cutting and torture and
no physician or examination, while W ine of Cardui is
quietly building up and strengthening the female organs.
Menstruation is regulated, the drains of leucorrhota
stopped and the fallen womb restored to its place. The
lemoie pains wnicn raca tn tocy are nut
results of the ailments, which yield so readily
to the soothing properties of Wine of Cardui.
The medicine that cured Miss Garten will cer
tainly help you.
Rockfoni, Tenn.. Ante. 18, 189t.
I hara suffered from womb trouble
for flvo year. Lat print; a 7 oar
asrn I waa bedfast for sis month. I
paid 2 to nae doctor, ana oesaid bo
naJ done all he could for roe. I had
V, A k a MAk t..A.
who tutid I woo Id have to have frorsieal
treatment. I decided I might an well die a
natural death aa that. I happened to art
hold of a Ladtes Birthday Almanac, and decided to try your treatment. In
Bine day after I commenced taking; Wine of Cardui and rllack-Praafrht I
could walk acroaa my room, and in three weeks I made myself a dress. This
was after my neighbors, and even any brothers and sisters, said I won Id nsysr
be any better. I am now in food health. Hiss 8. E. GARLEN.
FnradTtre In raaes rnotrinsr BneHul 4lr4lnn. MrM, 1
7 he Clillnooga Afedicjna tompanj, Ciuuianooics, Tcun.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Oar naatrlo Machine for
tbe treatment of Nerrooa
an4 X-Ray wort
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
DR. J. K. WiUE,
Formerly of Cblcaf o,
NERVOU8 DEBILITY. Exhaostlve dralni. Slecp.esanesf, Threatened Ineaii
ity. Weak Memory, Montal Dalualona, or any other condition dua to aarroua axtaoailoi
CATAKKil, Djapepsla, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Lire
and Skin Olaeaaea eao ba quloxly and parmanently cured by our advanced lyttem of Bad:
VAKICOCELE Is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why trea
Btoctha with others whan we guarantee yoo a permanent cure la seven days by otu f alalai
methods. Hydrocele cured la three days o pain.
WOMJuN snCering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. W
have cared macy eases given upas hopeless, end we may be able to cure you. Bnrglcai
operations performed at your home If drelred. Abdominal and brain sureery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your case In the hands of those who have had little or do practical os
lenee In the treatment of chronic dlaeaaea.
DR WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as surgeo i-ln
chief of Bt. Anthony's Hospital torcther with the fact that be lias cured bnndrels wht
were pronounced Incurable by others during toe five years he haa been located In Daves
port, proves conclusively that he la tne physician you should consult If yon waat to gs
. w Best of reference and cretentlalt
Only Curable Cases Taken. gss-SKffi:
Hears, a tBa se, s sad se gwaa. Sunday : to I) p" m.
Office 121 West Third Street M'CuUongh Building, Daveiport, la.
FIGHTS BATTLE OVER
Enniskilleners Loyal Lodge
Orangemen Holds Its An'
BIG PIOHIO AT LITTLE'S GEOVE
Patriotic Addresses by Messrs.
Weld, Searle and
held him for centuries in a surpris
ingly short time as the speaker had
noticed in cases that bad come under
bts own observation. The principal
menace to freedom, in Mr. Searles1
opinion, lies in a possible failure in
the future to distinguish between li
cense and liberty, and he cautioned
bis hearers to be ever watchful in this
Uev. (. V. Teregoy , of Preemption
was the next speaker, and he talked
In words of burning enthusiasm.
Tracing tb,e struggle for liberty from
Calvary up to the present he made
the battle of the Boyne one of the
epochs in its rise, waxing elcqueot in
his treatment of the heroes of that
day, and of our own American revolu
tion'and civil wars. He cloeed with
the strongest cf tributes to all that is
embraced in the term Americanism.
Rev. O. M. Danlevy, of Reynolds,
spoke last, and bis talk was rich in
appropriate thoughts and full of the
zeal of true patriotism.
Yesterday, as on every ether 12th
day of July for the past 21 years, the
majority of the inhabitants within a
radius of 10 miles or more of Pre
eruption met at Little's grove to help
the Enniskilleners Loyal Lodge of
Orangemen No. 132, of that village,
eclebrato the 212th anniversary ol
the battle of the Boyne
For days the farmers of the central
part of Rock Island county and the
northern part of Mercer county plan
their work so they may take a day in
the busiest season of the year and go
to the Orangemen's picnic. Even the
Fourth of July takes a rear scat,
many of those who feel that they can
not afford to lose two days so close
together working on that day in order
to give tho 12th a clear Held.
In the city the alltir is becoming
scarcely less popular. Although the
grounds are 12 dusty miles from
Rock Island, every year sees a larger
proportion of city people x there than
the one previous to it. It is a fair and
lovely rield for the politician, the
perfect equality of a 1 who mingle to
gether in tho shade of the spread
ing oaks being altogether favorable to
the furtherance ot political aspira
tions. Business men, also, have be
gun to take advantage of tho occasion
to do a different sort of advertising
and tho picnickers are regaled with all
sorts of ingenious advertising con
trivances, while the very trees Kud
the inducements held out by various
enterprising firms of the three cities.
Refreshment stands do all kinds of
business, or an go cider, of course, be
ing the favorite drink. Photograph
ers, fortune tellers, cane men and the
more rank fakirs flourish immensely,
although all forms of money ma
machines are barre . The programs,
which are always presided over by
Uncle "Black" Jimmie Johnson, ate
of the heaity Fourth of July sort,
with a great deal in them to foster a
healthy growth of patriotism among
Crowd Lively ml SovlMble.
Yesterday's picnic was cot ma
tsrialJy diflen-ni fruru those of foi
tner years. The crwwd was perhaps
net quite as large as had boon artn
oi tne grounds, but it was just
lively and as democratic as ever. O t
nccount of the peculiar crop cjum
t ons that have prevailed this year
t le work has suddenly teen piled
noon the farmer and manv wero keDt' ware to Steele up our new store on
at home bv ripening grain. Oiog 1 Third avenue are coming. Hoc k I al
to the heat that has ptevailod of late ! and Electric Construction company,
it was thought wiso to omit the Retail merchants will run their
ptrade that has been a feature of the J third annual excursion to Aurora
dv's program heretofore aud tbcre ! Thursday. Julv 25. Fare for the
YTCIO 11 II IU1U1BI C.KCItlSCJ 1111 BlIKI rouou trip
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ain-er. rsieucr s Dana was present , date.
If you want to
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Morning L'ght 5-cent cigar.
Homes for sale. A. Rush & Co.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
A. Rush & Co., room 6, Buford
block real estate.
Retail merchants' excursion to
Aurora Thursday, July 25. Faro
1 50 for round trip.
Sixty pairs oi $2 women's black vici
kid shoes at f 1.60. Tho Invader, op
posite Harper bouse.
Don't forget the W. U. C. excursion
July 16. Tickets 25 cents. Tickets
can be had at the landing.
$3. $3 50 and $1 men's and women's
Xan shoes for f 1.98. Every pair guar
anteed. The Leader, opposite Harper
If you want to buy farm lands or
city property examine list of Eistxan
& Co. for bargains. 1714'. SucoLd
Mr. ana Airs. n.. u. uerry nave a
new son at their home and Mr. Ber y
is naturally about the proudest maa
For real estate and reliable Insur
ance call on Hull & Henienwiy, room
is. Mitchell & Lynde building. Tele
The second promenade concert rf
the f-eaou is to be given at the Watt h
Tower by Albert Petersen's orcl cstr
next Thursday evening.
A co sidcrable number of Maca
bcet from this city attended the ex
cursion of the Davenport Maccabees
on the J. S lat-t evening.
Bo sure to attonl the Woman's Re
lief corps excursion July lb on tho
steamer J S. Boat leaves 7:30. Tick
ets can be had at the landing.
A grand clearing sale of f-1 summer
millinery at Miss Byrnes' for the next
15 days. E?cryth'n must go regard
less of cost. Telephone 5t 1.
Big supply of chandelier and glass
CORN IS 1(1 DANGER
Crop in Many Rock Island County
Fields Dying for Want
EOT WINDS SAP THE TIILDS
Potatoes and Some Fruit Also
ing for Rain.
Rock Island county joins fervently
in the petition that is going up from
all over the middle west for rsin. It
is not generally realized in the city
that one of the most serious crises in
years is upon the farmers in this
vicinity aud that a continuation of
the heat and dryness for a few days
longer will prove the ruin of the
heretofore excellent prospects for
The rains of this summer have
been almost all local in nature and
the central part of the county has
been especially favored. In fact con
ditions along the ri?er are not so
serious as three or four miles back
The wet spell in the spring placed
tho soil in poor condition to resist
drouth and the hot wind that pre
vailed during the early part of this
week sapped tho remaining moisture
to an alarming extent.
Corn Badly Kolled.
Almost all corn is rolled badly
and that .which is almost ready
to tassel is in many fields turn,
ing white and dying. Tho potato
crop is also threatened, although
loss seriously, for the critical
stage has not been reached in its
growth. Hay that remains uncut is
drying out rapidly, even in some
cases burning when ignited. Fruit
is not seriously injured as yet, but
the blackberry crop is in imminent
PORT BYRON HORSE
SELLS FOR S3.300.
A sorrel horro that Ed Adrian, of
Port Byron, disposed of last winter
was sold in New York last week for
$ i.HOO and is at the head of a tandem
of three horses The following tele
gram appeared iu tho Spirit of the
j "Robert Mark, the D-ycar-old chest
nut gelding that sold the other day in
' this city for $3 300, a9 a high actor is
a world wonder. His present owner
j uses him as a guidcless leader in a 3-
Mr. Adrian states that he got $150
for the animal in l'ort liyrou, and the
purchaser, while a good horseman,
didn't know the value of his pur
chase, for he let the horse jro.iu Chi
cago for $500.
f 1 50. Remember the
concerts both before
and gave line
and a ter noon.
Most of the picnickers brought
their dinneis and dined caily.
Promptly at I o'clock J. P. Johnson,
the veteran president of the day,
called the meeting to order, and Rev.
D. T. Robertson, of Hamlet, ofTercd
prayer. After the president of the
day bad delivered a few remarks ap
propriate to the occasion, ho intro
duced State's Aitorney II. A. Weld,
who spoko for half an hour.
Lie went back to the event which
Orangemen's day is designed to com-
buv a business, ho
tel lestauraut, laundry or other class
of business, fee Eastman & Co. for
some choice Investment of the kind.
1714 Second aveuue.
H. T. Sicmon has moved his tin and
furnace shop from 1316 Third avenue
to Fifth-and a half avenue between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets.
Phone No Brown 5501.
Conrad Uodenfeldt, for several
years a messenger at tho local oflice
of the Western Union Telegraph com
pany, has taken a position as operator
memorate. and touched briefly upon or the company at iuu jcatine.
tho historical significance of the oc-l A new church to cost $ 20,000 is to
cation, with an allusion to the prin
ciples for which the opposing mon
archs, Wdliam HI and James II,
fjugbt 211 years ago. "In the battle
of today," he said, "it is not neces
sary to right for personal liberty, for
it is guaranteed to us by the consti
tution. Neither is it necessary for us
to tight for the tight to worship God
as we please, for that alio is guaran
teed to us. Freedom of thought and
of ipeech are our birthrights as Amer
ican citizens." Mr. Weld referred to
the traits of character that have ms4e
the Celt a factor in the a IT Airs of the
new continent, incidentally mention
ing among a number ot examples of
th, ir descendants such names as Har
rison and McKinley. Speaking of
tho progressive spirit that char
acterizes Americans, he pointed to
our marvelous growth and develop
ment as a nation since the war of
1898. giving as tho principle then es
tablished the right of America to pro
hibit foreign countries from commit
ting any nuisance on this hemisphere
such as Spain was guilty of in the isl
and of Cuba. He als5 ventured the
prophecy that in the new possessions
where the Anglo baxou foot had been
set it will not be removed unless by
other people of Its own raco.
A I'etrlotle Oeataloa.
Ex-Stale's Attorney C.J. Searle was
uext called upon and mado a few per
tinent remarks He was glad to ece
the addresses of the previous speakers
as well as the feeling shown by the
audience take such a patiictic turn.
The occasion he considered one
of patriotic observance, rather
than as one for the rcviv.
al of class feeling. The change
of the heart of Orangemen was due to
the assimilating Influence of Ameri
canism The foreigner, upon taking
up bis residence here, breaks loose
from the mental barriers which have
hi erected this summer bv St. Paul's
Lutheran congregation of Dtvenport.
It will bo built on tbo site of the
present structure at Fourteenth and
Otto's Military band, of Davenport,
w 11 accompany the excursion to Du
buque next Sunday, and will give a
free concert at Twin Springs park
during the day. Thero is a large
dancing pavilion on the grounds.
Tho Workingmen'a Industrial Homo
association, of Davenport, will givo
an excursion to Djbuque next Sun
day, July 14. via the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul railway. Spec
ial train will leave Rock Island at 6:20
a. m; returning will leave Dubuquo
at 7:30 p. m.
It Daxzles the World.
No discovery in medicine has ever
created one-quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. I's
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of consumption, pneumonia,
hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis,
thousands of whom it has restored to
perfect health. For coughs, colds,
asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness
and whooping cough it is the quick
est, surest cure In the world. It is
sold by Ilartz & Ullcmeyer, who
gunrautoe r-atlsfactioo or refund
ruonev. Large bottles 50 cents and
1 1 . Trial bottles free.
For 40 years Dr. Fowler's Extract
of Wild Strawberry has been curing
summer complaint, dysentery, diar
rhoea, bloody tlax. pain in the stom
ach, and it has never yet failed to do
everything claimed for it.
Years of suffering relieved in a
night. Itching piles yield at onco to
the curative powers of Doan's Oint
ment. Never fails. At any drug
stole, 50 cents.
Hast nave Uood Food or Nervous frottra-
tlou Surely Follows
Use Grape Nats to keep out of ner
vous prostration by proper use of
It is a lamentable fact that Ameri
can brain workers do not. as a ru e.
know how to feed themselves to re
' build the dailv loss occasioned by ac
tive mental effort. This fact, coupled
with the disastrous elTects of the al
kaloids contained in tobacco, coffee
end whisky, maks a sure pathway
towards nervous prostration.
The remedy is simple enough. Em
ploy the services of a food expert who
knows the kinu oi roou requireu to re
build the dailv losses in the human
body. This can be done by making
free use of Grape-Nuts, the famous
breakfast food, which contains exact
ly tbo elemental principles which
have an atlinity for albumen and go
directly to rebuild tho gray matter in
tho bram, solar plexus ana ncrvo
centers throughout tho body. Follow
vour selection of food up with a dis
missal of cotTee, tobacco and whisky
for 15 days and mark the difference
in your mental ability, which means
everything to the average hustling
American, who must have physical
and mental strength or he falls out in
the race for dollars.
Tbe Suit Old Story.
J. A. Kelly relates an experience
similar to that which has happened in
almost every neighborhood in the
United States and has been told and
retold by thousands of others, lie
says: "Last summer I had an attack
of dysentery and purchased a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which 1 used ac
cording to directions and with en
tirely satisfactory results. The trou
ble was controlled much quicker than
fjriuer attacks when I used other
rauiedies." Mr. Kelly is a well known
citizen of Henderson," N. C. For salo
by all druggists.
Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. Your feet feel swollen, ner
vous and hot, and get tired easily.
If you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools
tbe feet and' makes walking easy.
Cures swollen, sweating feet, ingrow
ing nails, blisters and callous spots.
Rsl eves corns and bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort. Try it
today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores for 2Z cents. Trial pack
age free. Address Allen S. Olmsedt
. Ls Roy, N. Y.
' 'Great tonic, braces body and brain,
' drives away all impurities from your
system. Makes you well. Keeps
you well. Rocky Mountain Tea, 85
cents. T. II- Thomas' drug store.
Summer Shoes for the Ladies
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are now much sought at our footwear
headquarters. Coming to us for cool,
easy, elegant and fashionable shoes is
as natural as going to a tree for shade.
These pretty creations for pretty feet,
light and graceful as a waltz, have
awakened a fusilade of wistful glances
culminating in purchase at the neat
est little prices now offered in ladies'
oxfords and strap sandals in great
1705 Second Avenue.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Top Notch Values in Shoes at Must Go Prices.
All Summer Shoes are going at prices that will
make you take them. Come now and get su
perb values at warm weather figures.
Wright's Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
Furniture Makes the Home.
"The cottage was a thatched one"
only tells again that the interior
is tbe important thing. You can
not always control the architect
ure, but you can choose the fur
niture. Sec that it is harmon
ious, graceful and comfortable.
See that you buy of us.
1702 and 1704 Third Ave.
America's Greatest Circus Exhibits in Davenport, July 19.
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WORLD'S GREATEST SHOWS.
arm fj krve ri ft 4 it" m r -2- - u.
M H Fi E9 fvk M El E? f
WAS THE PRICE
NOT A MILLION,
TIMES A MILLION
COULD BUT ANOTHER.
1000 PEOPLE. 500 HORSES.
100 CACES OF WILD ANIMALS.
30 ELEPHANTS. 20 CAMELS.
300 CIRCUS PERFORMERS.
3 RINGS. 2 ST AQ ECS.
1-4 MILE RACE TRACK.
65 DOUBLE LENGTH CARS.
12 ACRES OF TENTED WEALTH.
Enormous STREET PARADE
OF 30 SUB-DIVISIONS.
$3,700,000 CAPITAL INYESTcD.
$7,4.00 ACTUAL DAILY EXPENSE.
EVEBY ACT A NEW AND OBIGINjL HIGH-CLASS FEATURE!
Kindling Bros.' Latest Trained Auiraal Sensation.
TWENTY ELEPHANTS IN ONE GREAT ACT,
Simultaneously l'erformiBf; in one King, at one Tiujc, Under tho Direct
ion of ono Man, in Conjunction with the World-Faiuous
Lockhart Acrobatic, Dancing, Comidy Eliphattts.
MORE THAN 800 FAMOUS STAR TERFORMERS.
60 Great Ridera. introducing the TUC Hfll I flVVAY TRIO
world-famous Inch-wire gymnasts Int nULLUHMI
SEVEN DAC0&1AS Uead
ing an Incomparable Company of
60 Famous Acrobats.
30 Great Riders, Introducing the World's Great'
est Equestrienne Miss Amelia Fecley.
O'liBlEN'S 61-HORSK ACT and scores of other great Equine Displays,
actually utilizing 500 Magniticent Horses in their presentation.
IMG NEW STBEET PARADE in 30 sections every morning at 10 o'clock
One 50c ticket admits to everything. Children under 12 years, half
rice. Two complete performances daily Afternoon at 2 .Night at 8.
)oors open an hour earlier. Special cheap xcursions on all railroads. -
Da venport, Friday, July 19.
Reserved numbered seats and admissions show day at W. II. Fluke's
wall paper store, 311 Rrady street, Davenport, lojva. Unlike ether shows
prices at down town oflice aro exactly tho same as charged at regular
ticket wagons on show grounds. -i -.-