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THE AllGXTS; FRIDAYS JULY 23, lOOO:
vLvVlllrJ iri fill I tember and October. arguing for direct
ULUUIUll 111 I TILL primaries, and that;' the legislature
Jber ot speeches in th state in Sep-
Illinois Legislature Will be Call
- ed to Enact Direct Pri
CAMPAIGN BY GOVERNOR
Will ('airy on Canvass of State
Behalf of rroiosMl KnacN
would be called back to work in Nov
Hard Fitcbt A Wad.
A long, bard right is in prospect if
the governor insists on the re-enacting
of a direct primary law, inasmuch aa
the opponents of the system who were
almost able t block the enactment of
the Oglesby bill in 1908, are again on
the scene, fully as active and just is
powerful. It Is in anticipation of this
fight that the governor intends to
make a special campaign in an effort
to secure the necessary backing of
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
(Continued from Page Two.)
Springfield. 111.. July 23. Governor
Dencen has put an end to all doubts
regarding the special session of the
assembly scheduled for this fall by'Manus are visiting with relatives in
announcing semi-officially that It wi!l
he called and that he will ask for the
passage of another direct primary la. v.
It was reported this week that tha
leaders in the house organization, be
ing opponents of the direct system of
nomination, had made up their mindV
that the legislature would not be called
in special session and that no effoit
to replace the primary law would he
- Mr. Deneen had not made a formal
announcement of his purpose to recall '
the legislators, although he had -.lis-cussed
the probable date at which the
assembly would be reconvened. He
supplemented this yesterday with th;
statement that he would make a nnm-
Preemption this week.
Mrs. L. B. Philips and baby left
for Peoria Monday to visit with
friends this week.
filler Brothers started thrashing
Monday with their new machine and
finished two jobs on Monday.
for Baby Freo
The child of today is the parent of
the future, and whether it grovs up
healthy and strong, or puny and weak,
depends upon the intelligence of its
parents, for most children are born
into the world healthy, but thousands
become future weaklings between
bi-:h and the age of ten, when the
parents are still in greatest control.
The prime cause of trouble is In tha
stomach. A baby that is digesting its
food seldom cries and always looks cheer
ful; the little child whose stomach is good
romps and plays and never whines; the
growing child learns well at school and is
agrer for fun if its head is clear and its
stomacty itgnt. ana inai means it 11 uas
The best and safest way to cure any
Irregularity of the stomach and bowels
in children is by the use of Dr. Caldweirs
Syrvfp Fepsin. This is a liquid laxative
-wonderful in its effect as Mrs. John W.
Dunham, Apple Creek. O.. Mrs. H. I.
Cullam, Flainville. Ind., and numerous
others can testify who give it to their
Children with extraordinary results.
A bottle only costs 60 cents or w ac
cording lO cne size yuu warn, nuu rvni
ene 60-cent bottle will do a wonderful
ztmount of good in a family. It can be
given to any member of the family in
constipation, sour stomach, indigestion,
torpid liver, dvspepsia. heartburn, sick
lieadache and similar digestive troubles.
Jt never gripes or strangles like pills,
tablets, salts and powders, which shouM
not be given to children, women or old
ifSyou have a child or other member of
the family who needs, but has never used
this grand laxative tonic, send your name
and address to the doctor and a free trial
bottle will-be sent to your home. In this
ray yon-can find out what it will -do
ylthout personal expense.
If there is anything atjoui
your ailment that you don't
understand, or if you want
any medical advice, write
to the doctor, and he will
answer you fully. There is
no charee for this service.
The address Is Dr. W. B.
1 Caldwell. 603 Caldwell bldg..
i J MonticeUo, 111.
... Mrs. John Kipp of Rock Island
was the guest this week of Mrs
Mr. and "Mrs. Carl Woolenzien
were Watertown visitors the first of
this week. .
Arthur Boldt of Chicago is here
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Boldt.
State Evangelist Morris closed his
revival services Sunday evening.
Richard O'Donnell and wife of
Beardstown are visiting at the home
of W. B. Keene and family.
Mrs. Charles Boehm has returned
home after spending the past two
weeks with relatives in Vinton, Iowa.
; Mr.' and -'Mrs. Dave Schafer wel
comed a little daughter to their home
last Friday. Mrs. Schafer is the
daughter of George Allsbrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Trent of Port Byron
were calling on Mrs. Otto Peterson,
the latter part of the week.
' Mrs. P. P. Sheppard and little
granddaughter. Blanche Chiderten.
returned last evening from a few
days spent at Monmouth with rela
tives and friends.
Mrs. Eveline Teiters of LeClaire
and John and Harry Teiters of Val
ley City, Iowa, visited here this week
Mrs. Anna Swanson is entertain
ing her niece from Colona.
Rev. Mr. Parker from Erie was
a Watertown caller Monday.
Master Milton Geisler is now the
proud owner of a fine pony and
Mrs. George Norton, who was sick,
is reported better.
Miss Vilma llelberg has returned
home after a visit of eight weeks
with relatives at Independence,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Young
have returned from a two weeks' va
cation trip in Wisconsin and other
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Driggs left
Saturday for a visit with their
daughter at Peoria.
There will be quarterly conference
at the Methodist church next Sun
day at 2:45 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Cook of Zuma
Nothing is so imbrtaht to grow
ing boys and girls as the quality
and condition of ike bread they eat.
It must be 1 sweet, tasty, apper
tising.j .; :$:yS-- ; - ,
It must be fresh.
It must be so good that they will
heartily of it. It is good bread
that builds the flesh aiid muscle of our
youngsters, just as it renews our own.
It is good bread that keeps them strong
aiid healthy and cheery.
There is plenty of good bread in the
But there is only one best. That's 4
100 PURE 1
Let the young folks give the verdict.
They know what's good.
A pound loaf of TIP-TOP will build 1-710 ounces o muscle and flesh.
' Tl P-TOP gives you more health-building gluten from the finest Minnesota
wheat than any other bread ever made.
It is made in spotlessly clean bakeries by the most
approved scientific processes.
Its delicious taste is only one evidence of its supreme
Let TIP-TOP itself convince you. :
Just try it "for goodness sake."
Look for the label! Look for the corrugated double loaf! .
Cw-ffrKh', ln. tot 1cm B. A-mtm ( C jL' - "
visited Sunday at the , home of the
latter's brother. Ross Wainwright.
Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Schafer enter
tained Mrs. Schafer's two sisters.
Claret and Maud Derick, Edward
Terren and Phil Allemong. all of
Sherrard and Miss Dolly Rentfrow
of Watertown last Sunday.
Mrs. George Scott entertained
friends from Milan Sunday.
SUPPOSED DEAD; IS HOME
Man Appears Months nftor Body Sup
losel to be His was Buried.
Dubuque. ,lov a. July 2?.. Like- one
returned from the graved Robert Peg el.
aged 5ft, appeared at his home here.
body supposed to have been his has
been buried for months, the wife
OODEN'S ORCHESTRA gives concerts every day except Tuesdays and Fridays. The Ad
mission is free. ?
Petersen's Band plays every Tuesday and Friday the admission is 10 cents, children
under 12 free.
Summer "Prom's" every Tuesday and Friday night.
No dancing allowed on Sunday. .
Dinners and lunches served in the Inn at all hours.
You can visit and be amused by
$8 000.00 Shoot the Chutes.
$8,500.00 Figure 8.
Photograph Gallery. -
Countless other amusements, including the great'
Arcade in a big special building.
Fine pavilion for picnic parties. ;
Acres of shade trees. -:
Most magnificent view of the beautiful Rock river valley to be seen anywhere along its
course. " ' ' '.'-'''
And . . :
One Grand Trolley Ride
claiming the identification was com
Pegel disappeared last October and
no clew of his whereabouts developed
until last April, when a body, evident! v
Iibon:ted from under a raft, was picked
up here. The doctors declared the
body had been in the water for months.
Pegel has been in Canada. The iden
tity of the body supposed to be Pegel's
is still a mystery.
Novel Way to Rear Children.
On a country estate not far from one
f America's large cities a family or
six li'dreii are being reared in a most
novel way. It is the theory' of the
parents i hat. It Is for the Itest interest
if the children to bring them up In
;airs. and accordingly there are three
governesses, under whom, two together,
they study and play apart frm the
other children, whom they meet only
owe n week, on Saturday afternoons,
when they have a general playtime.
The children' are all girls, who, not
knowing any other form of bringing
ui do not think their own strange.
One of the theories of, the parents Is
that by this method the girls will de
velop greater individuality and deeper
Interest in one another than under ttie
ordinary conditions of a large family.
4 V : rM "f.-'.r..v;K;
Pleasant Ways for Summer Days.
Grand Trunk-ljohigh Valley double
track route. Chicago to New York via
Niagara Falls; Grand Trunk-Centril
Vermont-Boston & Main route from
Chicago to Boston and the Grand
Tiunk railway system to Montreal.
Quebec and Portland. Double track
from Chicago to Montreal.
For particulars of special low round
trip summer fares, descriptive litera-
luhe. etc., apply to W. S. Cookson. A
G. P. A., 135 Adams street. Chicaso.
For Making Fiidge
A pure, fine-flavored sv
makesr the finest kind o
In iOc, J 5c and 50c Una at all
A book of cooking and
sent tree cn request.
CORN PRODUCTS REFINING CO,
, New York
f candy. (Wl
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Rheumatism Cured in Three Days.
N. B. Langley, Madison, Wis., says:
I was almost helpless with rheuma
tism for about five months." ITal'it in
roy heck so I could not turn myead.
and all through my body. I tried three
doctors and many remedies without
any reiief. whatever 'until I procured
Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism.
In a few hours the pain was relieved
and in three days the rheumatism was
completely cured and I was at crk,
Sold by Otto Grotjau, 1501 Second
avenue. Rock ; Island, Gust. Schlegel
&. Son, 20 west Second street, Daven
port. - .. .
When the stomach fails to perform
its functions, the bowels become de
ranged, the liver, and the kidneys
congested causing numerous diseases.
The stomach and liver must be re
stored to - a healthy condition and
Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver
Tablets can be depended upon to do
it. Easy to take and most effective.
Almost All In
a written contract showing al
the loan is paid before due, and
action. No charge of any kin
dential, of course.
Old Hione West 514.
New rhone C011.
. Ovpr Yo
Ever feel like that when you're
short of ready money? Well per
haps a little cash would help you
out it's wonderful what money
will do sometimes fixes us up
when we thought we were in a .
tight place so we can keep go
ing until things shape up again.
On our plan, money is easy to
get. and, what is more important,
it's easy to repay, too. For se
curity we take a lien on your fur
niture, piano, horses, wagon and
'such property, but the goods are
left in your own possession.
Amounts from $10.00' up.
If you need any money it will
certainly t pay you to investigate.
'All we ask is an opportunity to
explain our square methods and
I low rate, , and if you decide we
" can help you, we'll furnish you
the charges, what you will save if
showing, in fact, the entire trans
unless we make you a loan. Confl-
40.1 Rest Building
Hock Island ,111..
ace 2d. Ave.
S ' A.
Sold by all druggists.
S & MoCombs.,