Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. 1007.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
Pastor to Leave Charge. K v. I..
Lemon, pastor ol' St. .lohtiV .Met lie.;!-:
church, lias announced to the oll'iiia!
board that at the cad of the jiiv.-'-ni
year he will quite the ).;t. im '.it.-. 1'!
health, lie says, rein!' is it ie a
for hilii to feiire ami lake a !.-:. .M :'.
I.( nion enme to Davenport three yea s
So and has made many ffi'-mls.
Thrown Out of Rig. !:i a eoiii
of a Third street car an I a 'mij .M .'i-
day evening Mis- May Miller of Keck
Island, was thrown. out and injured, th 1
horse was badly cut about. ;he I"-;-and
the riir. l"l.ur-;iii;: to .M'l'.ian em 'a
( rs of Kuek l.-la.'i'!. v,i., s r 1 1 . . ' , ! . Ta.
street car su.Tered l,u; Hi-'.- !a;aa-.,-.
The accident h;:ppein-d ,.i Thud a a I
Taylor streets .-hor;! a I'm r 7 oY:.;;-- ..s
Obituary Record. Miss S.i-.Me
TUcFarland d.ied yt-sw-niay ai iier lair.;"
i'-- Kast Kiuhth etn-ei alter a:i .: :...-',.
with the j; rip. She v.as j ill tir-i
city in 177. and had tee-iv'y bera
cmployei! as st. no.ranht r at the Maa
tin-Woods foinpanv '.-. Sae !"ae- s-:-vivins
her f,.liwr. Daniel Mi "aria;; .
soa. Harry: Mr. and Mrs. John Kan
Mr. and Mrs. Will Myers of Taylor
Ridw, Mr. and Mrs. William Ilea"
iiiont. Aib. rt r.eauniont ami Mr. and
Mrs. Charles II tint ley and children.
There was a meeting h Id at the hall
Satunly niht ia which the strike was
Mr. Hawkins and fainily art? sUtiii';
ready to move to Hampton.
.John All.sbrow loft, lor Oklahoma
The lloyal Xuhliors will hold a
jiMotinjr next Friday evening. Fo:r
new ui! tubers will be taken in. The
Hell K. team from .Moline will come
up to iaiiiaie them.
The !'..i;tii Aid society will me t
W.en.siay at the la. me of Mis. II.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwatd U. Kittell is
i-i -Iii srr her parents in Watertown.
The M. VI. church is to have a ha, u
April H! alternoon and evening.
.Mrs. Uailoy is itiiiro ini; iifter an
'.Mis. '. Cliatnbt rs is n potted very ill
.Mr. and -Mrs. ai;:ter made several
r..!as in Xiiiua Sunday afternoon.
The M. H. churcli will have an Kaav
r piOi-'raui Sunday evening.
a a I
Th.' Ladies" Aid socie'v of the M 1!
four bfot Iters. Ilanv .1.. of I .i -cupoi ' : ,a,,,..,.i, ;n , -u . ... i.-m
I i iutc win no nap. tsiuat service-
t! .i Sandav even'mu; am! su cial
jKa-ttr liiiisie at the l.apiisr. eliuieli.
j A baby j;ir! has l.eeli bain Mi M'
and .Mrs, .lo'm 1 e.-rson.
'. Siraii'-t while workiii'jr. !'!!
' III' ; .::-,(' ', 1,1 '..el Km' .VKH
iiur; si'.i'i , !y. His h:imi was brais-"l
i ll.'! his shoulder was ilis'.ocati 1.
of rittsburn; William !) . ai !r.
two sist. rs. .Mrs. .lohn I'.lad.-l of R.u
Island and .'.mi ('.. a: heme.
Mrs. Rebecca Mitrcock .latni-on die
Monday niaat at h. r lioiu-1. '.'Ci ;-'.."
Stilt t. She we-' Ne ..:!! nf :,.' aa t.
a native of r.tisylvai ia. H'.- ca
to Daveiiport v.P!: la r l-.u-la. a a ,11 I.
?r Dan last Sundav. "
Miss Pearl Mumma returned homo
Saturday evening after a few days'
visit with friends and relatives at Mo
line and "Watertown.
Last Sunday bein.n temperance Sim
lay, the committee on temperance ash
ed the pastor. He v. Mr. Waters, to
speak on temperance, which he did.
principal attention b ins on tobacco
and intoxicants. He said that he had
made an investigation of his own town.
ind the merchants j;ave him their
monthly sales, which aggregate $5,ioo.
He requested those of Zimia who use
it. to quit, or at least to give as much
:o missotis as they spend for tobacco.
Mrs. Rebecca Kd wards, who has been
visiting relatives the past few weeks,
returned jo her home in Greenfield.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wake attended
a farewell reception at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Fred Whiteside,
last Friday, it being given in honor of
ilieir daughter, Mrs. IJlanche I'.hmiling,
who will join her husband tit Denver.
Col., in a short time, he having gone
tlieae some time ago.
Frank Dow visited his parents Sat
urday evening and Sunday.
Arthur Cook of Moline isiled friend:?
in this community last Sunday.
6Ua m aft
you are certain to need it soon. After you've tried the cold water
"soak," and the "wash while you wait" way ycu will be only too
glad to cleanse out old time smells, and stains, and soapy streaks,
with a dirt killing suds of
Evly 1 !S Waskins
.Miss l.oui.-a iU
Miss 1 1 ma .-a I, ia. 'a .:a :
wi el:'s vaia'i'.a if'. .m iie. .; ia 1 s .
Little lima I'-'X was ii'ii'e ii; ;
Aliss Mary !
friends in l.etia. !!!.
Arthur G..I..1-. ..t U v. ! h.n.' vi.-i: :
fl'iellils hen the ,:r-- ot f i a 'A .
.lake Gla-'.ier n.o ! in ; . io !'.!-
Wait farm in Tii. .
Miss Tl'. ie- . i:.i; ;.ai- : r i - u ry e'
at i he lion'..' !' h r pa r"e - -era :
tOWt). Mir-S D-'lIl ej -t ;S ' 1 ! i'e ; i i'. '
fnan an injury to ih.- f ie'.
Samite Gut: ! is t'-evinj oaa, .
farm south of M.wn v.eae. 1 !-y M '.
Clara I!..f..r ; : k la ! w, a.
Mr. and Mr-, tb-.r : Spic'.;. r. Mr-.
George lleriievi. and .Mrs. .o"n spi.-ti-br
spent Thu'aji'.v ef la-' v.k r'i
phttives near 'l''i)!"r Uiag .
Little Rolliu Iluntlev was ill the
fir.-t of iho w. . k.
Gilpin Moore l;as moved his hoas
hold furniture an-! uid s'..ie it in Ko v:
Island till the !ir-t of A:;ail v. ;.. a a
will move la S.atrit Dalaiia.
Miss Col'il !ia!'if of Taylor i;i
sp lit Sttndtty with h r iou-i'i. Mi s
Mis.-, .tost pliine S're'ir.K it r .and Ma -
Anna Miib r of il ck I.-l-md. im
Sunday with the lormer's ;..!. '.:.-, .Ma.
ami Mis. Wil'iatii Sirt.hmea r.
T. W. S:mna.!'s loaded a car a" Mi
lan with hou-.-'aoh! go--'!.- aad li v
stock and s:ar;ed We dt a -aay f r
Swifr Currt nt S.'.s'k. Canada. wh
he will make his future hoee1. M:v.
Simmons ami daughters will Lave
-Mr. and Mrs. .Iaa.es G. Ration en
tertained the following at (liniea
Hull. iml entertained her moth-
e.'. Mr.--. St'i-'-kh r from (ii in'-.-.i.
Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Stueker from
Stanton. Xele. have movi d into one of
I! at ly Xii'aolson's houses.
T::e: a was a .-urpri. piirty for H'!i"
1 --i.rov. Momhiy ev n'ng at the home
i ol .vi r. ami .Mr.-. I.. ", ool l.ouse. I!'.,i-e
? pre.-t at ve;v Mr. N'icltolson. Mr. an'.
i.i;i M.v. S ,ey. Mr. aial Mrs. James. M t-.
Misses Florence and Alice Solor ot
D:teiipori tire visiting at the home '.
Rev. Mr. Tidball.
The housewi'.es are busy cleaning
Miss Lottie Wriaiit is visiting wi n
her cousin, Miss Florence Forsyihe, at
the home of Hlislut Lee.
Miss Clara Carpenter of Kd'Uiigt'ui
visaed Sunday with her cousin. Miss
Mrs. Rarbara Httnnuin returne!
home Sundav tifler a week'.-; visit wirh
Summer Resort Leased. Clinton J.
Raxter, who for some time litis con
ducted the intc rurhan news stand at
Sb;tetnth street and Second avenue,
will lease Campbell's island the com
ing summer. The lease is for one sea
son, and it will be signed shortly. As
yet Mr. Rax'or has made no definite
plans for the resort. Prospect pail:
has again been leased to Alfred Freed,
who successfully conducted this resort
Breaks Arm in Fall. Lynd, the R!-ycar-ohl
son of Frank Walker, sustain
ed a fracture of the h ft arm yesterday
by falling from his bicycle in front of
his father's residence, Hlhiii Sixth ave
nue. He was tiding around Mm street
corner, when the bicycle slipped from
under him, ami he was thrown against
the trunk of a tree some' six feet dis
tant. The huge bono of his left arm
was broken almost midway between the
elbow and wrist.
Bowlers Return Home. Moline bowl-j
ers have arrived home from St. Louis,
where they lmished high i nougll in Hum
naiioual bowling tourney to repeat j
their fiats of f.u mer years land , i
i,;..i. .,,,.,.,..1, ...a, ,- t.. .... ... ..riSumlay at the home of (.'. Ruthet.burg . May. S.S.i. S he. s.77, S.'.tu.
"i i ei e i i:a Nil.
Rev. Mr. daggers, pastor of the M. K.
churcli of Taylor Ridge, delivered a
very intcrcMing address on temper
ant.' at ih" Rapti-t church Sunday ev
ening. March 21. R" .1. It. Spiller hav
ing requested him to visit this place.
O. lb ynolds of Jtaveuport is visiting
his bi ii' he- Hemic.
Lydia Sigt. r was bom in Galia coun
ty. Ohio. May tv, is.,S. She was mu-
VOX iimi I m cob mm
in the old boiler. That's the reasonable way to wash the cold water method
isn't. That boiler and MAPLI, CITY SOAP will work wonders for you.
Everything that goes ia no matter how coiled will come out so thoroughly
renovated, that a very little sudsing and rinsing will make it glistening white,
and sweetly wholesome. Flannels and "prints" wash perfectly with this soap.
Everything about the house is made brighter by it; and it wears so well that
a cake goes as far again as one of common soap. Same price however
5c a cake. Ask for it.
MAPLE CITY SOAP WORMS, Monmouth, SiSIsiois,
(xiiens.es of the trip. The Molillel
went on the alleys for the live-man
cent so late Sill urdtiy night that their
lecord was not given to the press till
Monday. Their total was II, ."s:!. and to
date they slant! in ldth place.
Go to See President. A committee
of the Illinois ..laiiiitact urers' associa
tion, of which C. H. Deere and W. R.
Riinton are members, departed Mon
thly a fit moon from Chicago to meet in
stai I-M ward, and fainily of Kdg-' conference with Rresident Roosevelt.
Riley Halsiead commc-nctd work for
his brother Ren Monday.
Misses Ina and Malde Rui! of 1-7.1 i
i t a OT-t t. i l'r-iit in -iir..Il -it Ilii-.n.
and M i Direen. Uodaii.l L'oy.l.;,, . , ... ,
... , , ... .,, , ( oeper s Saturdav nigiit. and Sunuav.
t I. ai!.-. .lohn.-ioii, I-.uao Allsbrow. ... --,.' , e -, ,, .
: ., , , , . ' , .. ,, , , I snms.ii. Nichols tiud fiinolv Roae-t
R.'bdi Joan-ton. Gleti Soverv, Rahui.,, , , ., , , ' ...
; ,, .,' , iSprostoii ami latuilv. ami Le.-ter ( tea
II bet-- Lauren Allsbrow. I'.nos i , ., . . ,
. ' , ... ..... ..... litud liitmlv, visited at Leek Comers
I a e an - s. ,o i a t a e . .1 i . k.m ..... . v i-
laa itili.irg. Gussie S'.vatisen. I..iii
1'. oi-on. Liaie Lee, i'a.tiiii Swansiia.
lUin'ee Gti-.ier. Alpharetta Ailsiiro.1'.
Miidre.l J.:!;;c.?. and Maud Lovefy.
'I'lte ellici t'.s of tlte ('reset nt Tele
ph ..a- ctimpatty lit'. I a very intt t'e-ting
mtati'ig' at .losliii Saturday. A carloa'I
of C .TTfr poles arrived in Port Ryion
T;.ur--(iay ami are being hauled to
Hampton ;ind Zuma township to be used
in repairing lines.
laina and Verna Mutnma wen; in
Molir.t ami Rock I-land Saturday.
Mr. Lncii of Moiiae was the guest
of Mr. ami Mrs. Dow hist Sunday.
Andy O'Rritn of Rars'ow has start
ed his grocery wagon. Mr. D. nhnrdt
will take charge of it in place of Hen
ry FLrae'-, who will return to his na
tive suite. Missouri.
A surprise was given Mrs. Frank
Toiho.. last Thursday, it being h'. r :!nd
hiithday a nn i versai y. A very pit asatu
t in .' as had.
I'd. Wain wright returned his tax
hook las' Wednesday. March
Mr. anil Mrs. Frank O'nara wore bus
in. ss callers in Moline Monday of this
Mrs. Ada Wainwright visited reia-
:v! iivos in Davenport. last. week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. L email and
John Sachau visited with his broth-
Mrs. C. R. Halstcad is visiting a;
Rock I-land with her sister, Mrs. Will
Miss Mary Young vi.-hed with h a'
sters in Rock Island las; wi k.
W. il. Heath of Fort. Collins, Cido .
is visiting with friends at. Tuvl..''
I-'. K. Garni t; want to Davenport en
N". L. Ciawford and son. Kvere' '.
from Davenport, visited with W. F.
John Miller is il! with measles.
W. F. Crawford returned from Lt-.va
last wei k with another load of cattle.
When they were taken from the rr'
it was discovered that one of them had
broken its leg.
The Taylor Ridge W. C. T. l held a
public meeting Sunday evening. !:
was. well ant tule.l ami ail showed ilc n
iuierest. Tht' young people look an
active part in the program. Mirm
credit is due to Mrs. Young, the ener
getic president of the union. Through
lit r efforts in the Sunday school T
signed the triple pledge against liquor,
tobacco and opium last. Sunday.
All the news all the time THE
Roosevelt's opinion as to ti lists and
railroads will In' discussed, and the
president will be aaged to appear at a
banquet in Illinois and deliver an ad
dress s:ie time during the next few
months. "We wish m know." M id Mr.
I'.riiiton, "if wh;u the railroad people
tell us i-- true. They tell you know,
that ihe rate legislation sngmsted by
lite president will have a temhuicy to
pivvi nt i !a companies from operating
its many trains, and this, of course, will
cause a shortage ol cars. The railroad
people further tell us that the pre.-eui
lilies are not t xorbPe.n; and with the
rati s as ihey are now the railroad fa
cilities v.i'l improve. Of course, this
is just wkai we want We desire that
when our goods are ready for market
we can get them on t ie road and have
1 hem iie':ieied to our customers."
Return from Health Resort. Mr.
am! Mrs. W. A. Mec.se have relumed
home fi;:m Fxcel-ior Springs, M..
where they have hi en sojourning for
tiu ir In alth. Roth Mr. and Mis.M. esc
were gn aily iKnetittd by the stay at
the springs, but the honm-coniing was
saddi tied by the death of ;'. v. ry close
friend of Mrs. Mt ese. Mi-s Nellie Me
Mai t in of Dixon, III., passed away at
Kxcclsinr Springs Monday afternoon a;
2 o'clock, an I her demise was a great
shock to Mrs. Mevse.
July, s.7.",. s.iiii, ,s.7J, y.s7.
May. vou, s.7i', s.Oi, S.7".
Wheat 1-, corn
Chi. ago receipt s
L"-". eats 1 17.
Northwestern receipts Wheat, today
t'L'J. last wi i k ."at!. l;.,t year ::.".'..
Li. i spool opening cables Win at nu
cha;::, ed. cm n unci angi d.
1 : 'to p. m. Wheat 'i lower, corn
ll'.i'h. St. Raul Copper Xt1.. Re
public Sit el pi.deireil c Rt public
Steel tommon I's, Southern Ry. u:;.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
ihd to 1!. R.. Davis Oct. 1. I v.X. They i lower.
came to Illinois in Im;:1,
sided here ever since. She tibM Sun
day. March HI. tit 7:1" a. m. The tu
tu :al was condueled at the IP ynolds
.-chool houe Rev. .1. R. Spiller having
charge, he being nested by R.-v. Mr.
.laggeis of Taylor Ridge. A large nutii
lit r a i 1 1 tided the funeral. In tarly life
Mrs. Davis joined church, uniting wit a
James Rritton of Antitiiusia was ii
business caller in this viciniij Moll.! iv.
James Haves. Sr.. is qui e ill.
Mrs. Nola Glllett has been visting
her sifter, Mrs. Ira Honey, since Fri
day. Mis. Kd Feblman. Sr.. is cmite ill.
Her friends hope for a speedy recovery.
Mr. anil Mrs. William I'eitsch spent. Juiy, Sdm. ;i.uu, S.S7, a. no.
BISHOP HILL LEADER DE D
Swan SweriEon Was One of Founders
of Commur.istic Colony.
Kewam e. 111.. March L'7. Sv- ati
sv( nson. a .get t si y(ars. tue la-t of the
original seven tiustees of ilie famoas
( ommaaist ic colony established by
Swedish emigrant.-, at. Rishop Hi'.l.
we.st. of lure, f.u years ago. died yes
ind have re- ! 'h ai (dosed niichangi d. ( ot n ' . up.
lis'itsaled lee. ipts llllltHIT.iW Wilt : til
1 1. coin I't'tt. ::-.. !:.,.
Rtcdpis today Wheat 12. corn lp;ti,
oats 1 17.
liogs I7.nnii. cattle Ll.iiitu, .-ii. .p i::,
I !og b I t ovt r L'.tleu.
Hog markit opetit d .".e higher. Light
:.;'.. i i . mixed and butchers '.'.' 't
'.-I. L'oo I li. avy H.iC'i il.t'.n, rough heavy
...:.r. It. II.",.
Cattle mttrktt strong to luc higher.
Sli.ep market opined strong.
I logs a' Omaha ."..Vm. cattle il.r.uu.
Hogs at Kamas City n.nun, cattle 7,
noa. C. S. Yards. s: b' a. m-Hog ra.arkt t
si long. ."( to l"c higher. Light c.luff
Today's Quotations on Provisiont, Live
Stock. Feed, and Fuel.
Rock Island. Mai.h 27. Following
are the wholesale quotations in today's
mat ket :
Provisions and Produce.
Live Roultry Young- chickens, lflc
per pound;; hens, per pound, 8c;
ducks, per pound, 'J to luc; turkeys, per
pound. He to lac; geese, per pound,
It to inc.
Riuter Dairy, 2!c to il.'e.
F.gL S Fi t sh. K,c.
Vegetables Potatoes. Inc.
Live Stock. 't.-'f
Hogs .MiXetl. U.2.i to ..". '
Shi'Oj) Yearlings or overt f4 to $9.
lambs, SLC. CO $0.7.0.
Cattle Steers, $ 1 f0 to $0.00; cows
ami heifers, $2.00 to $5.00; calvea $4.00
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn. 4'tc to 42e; oats, 41
Forage Timothy hay. $15; prairie.
Chicago. March 27. Following art
the market quotations today:
May, 7-""'i. "f.. 7".ia. 7re".
Juiy. ii', i's. . "s . . 's.
September. 7s. Ts7s. 7S'a. 7s"v.
May. id's, it;' .,. j:,.-.,, !(;.
July. 4.-."s. 4.1N. r,'s, I5's.
Sei.it niber, te"s. P'e':,. li;1,. Hi".-;-Oats.
May, 41-s. 42-s, 47S. I2':A.
July. 37,i;. :57-v. '"' oT.j.
Sept i 'tuber, :'.2Ts. i'.t!, i''2T,s. '''
July. 1.-..S:.. 1C..27. i :..-. n;.2r.
May, 1.-..S.-.. ld.27. L"..s.-,. lt;.27.
mixetl ;i nl bun bets f..tC, rn i'.:',2. ; $ 1 2 to $',; clovt r, mixed, $11 to $12;
good heavy .a.h.V' f.tlu, lough hray
Cattie marker strotifr ar.d higlu r.
R. ev. s 1.1 a li t;..C, cows and heifers
L7't'; 5.N". st u kti s and f. t b rs 2.m'o
Sli. ep market s! rong.
Hog market i dosed active at advance.
Lie.'.i: t . lo tr it.:',2. mixtd ami butcher
straw. $7.r.u to $S.
Wootl Hard, per load, $5.00 to $5.50.
Coal J.unip, bushel, 13 to 14c; alack
per bushel, 7 to 8c.
Found at Last,
J .A. Harmon, of Lizeniore, .est
Va.. says : "At last I nave found the
perfect pill that never disappoints me;
'eiO.T; ;.:;2. good heavy ridd-fri:.:;!' rough I :ill1 f,,r ,!ic benefit of others afflicted
heavy ."..h.-.; (i.l'i.
Ciittle matket (dosed steady.
Sin ep murlat clost tl steady.
New York Stocks.
X.w York. March 27. Following are
the quotations on the market, today:
G:is 7'... V. V. l:!:" ,. V. S. Sr. U
tn. lei ii d :u;i. r. S. Steel common
2".-.. . Reading Rio. Rock Island com
mon iie". Southern Pacific 77"i. N. Y.
Ctniiiil lld'2. MisMinri Racil'ic 72. L.
K N. li."., Smt Iters 112. C. F. I.
Canadian Pacific Hif'i. Illinois t'a
tral 152. P.-.imi Krie 22';. C. S:
O. :i:.-,. R. R. T. 4i! , Ik & O. 1C.
.;ci:ison s7i-. I.oco;uotive ti t'j. Sttgiirj all leading druggists
with torpid liver and chronic const ipa-
tion, wili say: take Dr. King's New
Life Pills." . Guaranteed satisfactory.
25c at Vt". T. llartz, druggist, Col
Eczema. Tetter, Salt Rheum, ltci,
Ring Worm, Herpes, Barbers' Itch.
All of these diseases are attend-!
by intense itching, which is almost ia
stantly relieved by applying- Chambar
hiin's Salve and by its continued use &
permainnt cure may be effected. P.
has, in fact, cured many cases that
had resisted ail other treatment.
Price 2" cents per box. For sale y
-i ;! t
if !lra HvW-i'iitt.' iWVla C-H-tVvr'-A ii?Ts fcA
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
All sick women arc invited to write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.,
for advice. She is the Mrs. Pinkham who has been advising sick
women free of charge for more than twenty years, and before that she
assisted her mother-in-law, Lydia K. Pinkham, in advising. Thus she
is especially well qualified to give advice to sick women. Write today,
don't wait until too late.
Mrs. Pinkliatn never violates the confidence tints entrusted to Iter, and
although she is constantly receiving testimonials from women who have
heen benefitted by her advice and medicine, never in all her experience lias
she publislictl such a letter without the full consent, and often by special re
finest of the writer. Neither has she ever disposed of her confidential letters
in any other way. ISvery one of the hundreds of thousands of letters written
tohei by coiilidinpr women she has to-day under lock and key in the Com
pany's laboratory at Lj nn, Mass. Kemembcr, the best medicine for women is
I pi ! 'I II
it tmm jm n ,n Jw
EVERY WOMAN SHOULD CONSIDER THESE FACTS
First, that almost every operation in our hospitals, performed upon women, became necessary becau.se of neglect of such symptoms as Backache, Irregulari
ties, Displacements, Pain in the Side, Dragging Sensations, Dizziness and Sleeplessness.
Second, that Lydia R Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs, has overcome more cases of female ills than any other one medicine.
It regulates, strengthens and restores women's health and is invaluable during the period of Change of Life.
Third, the great volume of unsolicited and grateful testimonials on file at the Pinkham Laltoratory at Lynn, Mass., many of which are from time to time being published by special permission,
give absolute evidence of the iower of Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound over the illnesses of women.