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THS AkGUs! FRIDAY. 31 AY 7, 1909.
COMES If J OVER
Rock Island-Galesburg Line,
Says Dcai Is Closed.
not found it necessary tb ask for any
rlglits. I have 'closed a deal to come
lii over the Tri-fcltjr( lines, arid so do
not find U necessary to secure any oth
er right of way." .
l'ii ttPRln Work Soon.
He declared that the line he 4s pfo-
. nibtirig Is Certain to be constructed.
McVfhinney, promoting and slated that the building opera
tions would oegm in juiy. Mr.
jWhlhriey Is Very enthusiastic over tne
( project, and says there is no doubt
, about the construction of the lirte. lis
enjoys a good reputation as an inter
urban promoter, and built one of the
t first Hnes into Indianapolis. He reg
isters from Kansas City.
MAklNG TRIP OVER ROUTE
Stop's Here Over N'igiit and leaves
for (Jalesburg 1'luns to ISegiii
HnlMlng in July.
C. McWhinney of Kansas Cuv.
is promoting an lhterurban
between Rock Island and
Galesburg, was at the Harper lust
evening, accompanied by hla wife,
and this morning ho left for Aledo,
going overland by way of Milan and
Viola. He stated while in the city
that he had concluded arrangements
whereby his road will come into Rock
Island over the Til City Railway com
pany's tracks from Milan.
"The people of Rook Island and this
locality; or some of them, think that
there is a great mystery about this
line and about myself. This is due, I
suppose, to the fact that I have no:
come to Rock Island and asked for
any rights. The fact is that I have
CHAMPION PIANO POUNDER.
THE MOTHER'S PROBLEM
Of Raising Strong-, Ilealthy Girl.
X serious problem which presents il
eelf to every mother with girls to raise,
In these days. The exigencies of school
life, the hurry and routine of every-day
duties, the artificial environment of
nojern civilization, make it more
Oimcult to raise strong, healthy girls
thin ever in the history of tho world.
Boys raise themselves. Give them
loom, give them liberty, and they will
grow up healthy At least, without much
worrying. But the girls present a ser
How many mothers there are who ara
worrying about their daughters. Ner
vous, puny girls, with poor, capricious
appetites, bloodless, listless, a constant
anxiety to the mother. How shall eh
solve her problem? To whom shall sho
turn for help? Each case is core or
less a study by itself, and cannot La
solved by any general rule.
This is the way one mother solved the
problem. Mrs. Schopfer, .WO Frescott
Ave., St. Louis, Mo., id a letter to Dr.
llartman, says: "My daughter Alice,
four years of aye, was a puny, sickly,
ailing child since sue was horn. I was
always doctoring her. When we com
menced to U3a Peruna she grew strong
.Another mother, Mrs. Martha Mors,
R';F. D. 5, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin,
Michigan Mn Breaks Waterbjry's
Rscord cf 27 Hours and 44 Minutss.
J. M. Waterbury of New York is ho
longer the champion long tinie piano
player of the world. Ho lost that title
la Battle Creek. Mich'., the other day
to Charles Wright, a Battle Creek mu
sician, who played for twenty -seven
hours and forty-five minutes without
cessation hi il Battle Creek theater.
When Wright passed the record held
by Waterbury by oue minute he was
removed froni the piano, placed In an
automobile and hurried to a sanita
rium, where he arrived completely ex
haiist2d. He received nourishment
through a straw during the long hours
of playing, while attendants rubbed
hl:t back and limbs and fanned him.
His finger tips were worn raw, but he
is a champion now.
ARE OF ONE MIND
Physicians , and Druggists of
County Favor a Common .
LATTER H0ST AT A FEAST
Speakers Show Sentiments and It Is
Up to Two Associations to Take
The first steps toward the forming
of a pharmacological society were tak
en at the "get together" banquet given
by the Rock Island County Druggists'
association to members of the Rock
Island County Medical society at the
Young & McCombs grill' room last ev
ening. There were C5 banqueters, and
the affair is pronounced an unquali
Red success in every way.
It was the first time' the druggists
and medical practitioners of tho coun
ty have met together, and while no
formal action was taken, the sentiment
of those present, as expressed by the
speakers, leaves little doubt that a
permanent joint organization will be
formed and that meetings will be regu
larly held in the Future. As it now
stands. It is up to the two county so
cieties to take definite steps toward
The objects of such a joint organ
ization, which is similar to those in
Physical' Ccltur Teacher Declares tho larger cities, deal largely, it is
They Conduce to Baldness. (stated, with the relations between the
Tompadours. rats, false hair and bis physicians an(i druggists. They are
hats have been put on the evil list by mainly educational, to bring about a
Miss Gertrude Dudley of Chicago. dl-bfctter understanding of the art of pre
rector of physical culture for women ParinS drugs and their properties and
iu the University of Chicago. jeffects. It is also stated that such an
"False. hair, rats and stick on curl organization would assist in putting
prevent normal circulation of the in, vtvt economies in the handling
EVIL IN RATS AND BIG HATS.
blood in tbe brain." says Miss Dudley.
"When you wear big hats you con
tract the thoracic cavity and lessen the
supply of oxyjrbn necessary for life
and health. It is vital that you learn
to stand and breathe correctly. The
peach basket prevents breathing free
ly. It also prevents circulation of air
In the hair and conduces to baldness.
Better no hat at all than the now
ODD BASEBALL CHALLENG!
of drugs which will eventually result
to the benefit of the public.
Some f the Speakern.
TI19 spoakeis last evening were Dr.
George P. Mills of Evanston and T.
H. Potts of Chicago, Dr. W. H. Lude
wig and A. J. Riess of this city, and
Dr. T. J. Lamping of Moline. Many
others were heard in informal talks.
M. W. Battles, Jr., of Molihe acted as
jtoastmaster. The general trend in all
cases was in favor of close relations
between physicians and druggists.
Team of Insane Bail Flayers Went to
Play Asylum at Cincinnati.
A baseball team composed of pa
tients at the Northern Indiana Hospi
tal For the Insane ki Logausport. Ind..
has Issued a challenge to any sitni'ar
team lu the United States.
The team Is supplemented by attend
ants and has for its pitcher a you:;;
man committed from South Bend who
j was one of the most noted players in i
the Central league. Proceeds from the
MAKES GOOD MOVE
IN FIXING STREETS
Superintendent Hull Begins Work by
(iving Attention to Bad Places
in the Pavements.
sals: -Our little eight-year-old girl ."V" lu
nau a oau B y- . tho hosp,ta, ratIent3 at Loganpport.
run-down condition." She had ei eral , t arrange a game
doctors, who could give the child no re- ' ' . .... ..
doctors, who could give
lief, and the mother no encouragement.
Finally, she got a bottlo of Peruna
and commenced giving It to the child,
and it proved to be just what she
needed. When 6he commenced taking
Peruna the child had to be carried.
, Now the mother says she is playing
around all the tine.
Her closing words were: "You have
doue a great deal for her. Sho is the
aly girl we have, and it meant lots to
us to have her cured." .
- These are. samplea of many letter3
wLich Dr. Hartman is receiving, com
ing straight from the hearts of loving
mothers. While the different schools
of medicine are bickering and differing
a. to theories and remedies, Peruna
gos right steadily on giving permanent
rtUef. After all, it is cures that the
people want. Theories are ot little
WALL PAPER CLEANING
91.00 per room, all alsea.
HI-LO CLEANING COMPANY
1101 Third Avenue.
Old phone 243. new 5559.
with the Longvlew
Street Commissioner Hamlin Hull
lias entered upon his duties with con
siderable energy and the first thing
to receive his attention has been the
bad places in the pavements of the
down town streets. He has men takinsr
. . . ' up the brick in many places and re-
Gold Bust cf Dies For President Tstt. laying them so that they are on a
Aeierino uoiuiuguez. tue weaiiny ury level with the rest of the pavement.
The holes and low places in the streets
farming expert of Mexico. Is organis
ing a party of a hundred wealthy Mex
ican farmers whom he will. escort on
a trip through the com belt of the
United States next July. . The party
will visit. Washington, where they will
call upou President Taft and present
him with n solid gold bust of Presi
Tho Amateur Gardener.
I've planted the peas In the rose bed,
I've set out some slips in the sun.
I'm wondering now with a care furrowed
What the job will be like when It's done.
The rimes that are written in Latin
I've studied with scrupulous care.
I've mixed up the seeds of all kinds of
And scattered 'em everywhere.
The scheme will work out beyond question
In a hlxhiy original way.
The humble string bean side by side Will
With the pink and the poppy so gay,
Put I tremble to think of the finish
As over the garden I gaze. . . .
Will they call me to eat the petunias so
While tor.iato plants stand In a vase?
a source of trouble for a
DIRECTORS ARE SELECTED
All of M. W. A. and R. X. A. Camps
Have Now Taken Action.
Booster camp, M. W. A., held a meet
ing last evening and elected their rep
resentatives to the central committee
which is to plan for the new Woodmen
camp hall of this city. The central
committee is to hold a meeting this
'evening and the incorporation of the
project will be considered. The repre
sentatives of the different camps cf
the Woodmen are as follows:
Woodmen No. 29. J. F. Cramer; No.
2C, G. C. Wenger; No. 13443. H. K. Col-
lins; No. 3()9. R. G. Summers; No. 1550,
J. W. Cavanangh, and of the Royai
Neighbor camp as follows: Mayflower,
Mrs. Bridget E. Alnsworth; Fay
Hawes, Mrs. Mary Coleman; Prosper
ity, Dr. Hada Burkhart, and Dewey
camp. Miss Hilda C. Browner. ,
MonSy Broughtto your Home
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terms are satisfactory. .
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Address, street and number .
When to have agent call . 7777-. . . .
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. Peplv National Bank Building; Room 411. Old Phone Wat 122;
Nw 5109. Open Wednesday and Saturday Nlahta.
FIRST CIRCUS OF THE YEAR
Hagenbcck-Wallace Shows Will An-'
pear in Kock Island Slay 28.
T. E. Murphy advance for the Hac-
en beck-Wallace circus was in the '
city today making the preliminary
arrangements for the first circus of
the sfason which Is to be given May!
28. As yet the lot for the holding
or me 8now has not been secured
but It will probably be given out at
the old fair grounds on Ninth street.
J He Swung Her No More.
I It was at a suburban dance, and the
room1, was crowded, so much so that it
, waa difficult to get round In the waltz
j without bunking into other couples
, every few moments. A young man
; grew, tired of It at last and thought he
f would suggest sitting out the rest of
the dance; so, blurting out the first
I wcrds that came Into his head, he said
to uis purmor:
"JL eay. there, Isn't room to swing a
cat round here. Let's sit It out!"
A Californian's Luck.
"The luckiest day of my life was
when I bought a . box of Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve," writes Charles F. Budahn.
of Tracy, California.,, "Two, 25c boxes
cured me of an annoying case or Itch
ing piles, which had troubled me for
years and that yielded to no other
treatment." .Sold under guarantee at
Saturday This Big
On Saturday night, May 15th, we close what has been the greatest "Low Price" Furniture and House Fur
nishing. ale-er aliemptcd.by. any furniture Dealer of the Tri-Cities. Merchandise has been cut to a price
depth "ASt liajrevch stagcreii'-tlie "so-called" strictly Cash Houses and st)ld to hundreds of customers at these
prices on our Easy Payment Plan without one cent of interest being asked. It need concern no one how we can
afford to do this the fact remains we are' doing it and will continue to do so throughout the one remaining
week of this stupendous startler of Price Eruption Sales. As a still further indication of our Leadership in
selling Furniture on a "Live and Let Live Basisr" we offer for the last week of this sale the following "Special
Screamers" you will find hundreds of others when you come to our store.
The Oppel-Spencer 3 -piece Suite, $18.79
Sanitary Steel Couch and Pad.
Special for one week, complete
Terms: $1.00 cash; 50c weekly.
Bed, Dresser and Commode, a regular $29 CO value
on sale all next week for only
Terms: $2.00 cash; $1.00 weekly.
Full size Folding Go-Cart, Rub
ber tire wheels, spring seat
see this one. C A f
Sale special ..... 4) 04 JJ
$18.79 Terms: 75c cash; 50c weekly.
" Universal Stoves and
Advance Stoves and Ranges
- -IS j
Imitation Leather Couch, best spring construction; beau
tifully tufted oak. frame. Regular $13.50 value; sale special
Terms: $1.00 cash; 50c Weekly.
Full size Bed Darenport, covered with Boston Leather. Works auto
matic3Jly so can be opened and used for extra Bed. We absolutely
guarantee this Davenport. Frame is made of solid oak has best oil
tempered springs back and seat tufted. Has box underneath which
can be used to place bedding during das. A
$26.00 Davenport, while they last
Terms $2.00 Cash $1.00 weekly.
You have one more week in which to participate in
Spot Cash ths Cash Offer. All you need to do is to make a pur
n chase in our store. First prize, $50; second, $20;
rriZeS third, $15; fourth, $10; fifth, $5.
53-PIECE DINNER SET FREE
Our Leader Sewing Machine- drop head, five
drawers, complete with all attachments. A
guaranteed - machine. Cl Qfi
Terms, $U0 Cash, $1.00 Weekly a
. . .
Ask to see Sideboard No. 231. Basels
20x47 inches glars Is beveled and' is
18x30 inches. You can't buy one else
where like it for less than double our
price. See one and be &
convinced. Special . . . 4 O
f2.Wi:aslir $1.00 a Week '
Guaranteed all felt mattress, weighs
45 lbs., and cannot be duplicated any
other place at our price. Is covered
with best grade blue tick of a very
pleasing design. Our price
Onr line comprises everything from
the Best to the Cheapest.
Camp Chairs and Stools
smooth : throughout.
Beveled mirror and
flawless. Valnue $11.00,
Terms $1.00 fash, 50c
WEST THIRD STREET