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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. JULY 29, 1909.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
They reside on Fourth ave-
Clinton Masons Win Again. The
Clinton Masons once more defeated
Davenport Masons in what has be
come an annual baseball game at the
.Watch Tower Tuesday afternoon. The
Davenport team was composed of mem
bers of Trinity lodge and. although it
was their first game of the season, put
up a good exhibition and gave the vis
itors a merry chase for the victory.
Clinton took the lead in the first in
ning and, at the end of the third, the
score was 9 to 4 in their favor. Here
Davenport braced up and, putting
Schlapkohl in the box, blanked the
visitors foj three innings, in the mean
time running up their own total to It.
Then the tables were turned agaiu.
Manley went into the box for Clinton
ana bianKea Davenport ror tnree in
nings while the visitors tied the score
in the seventh and raised it two in the
New Playground Opened. A new
playground has been opened on Grand
avenue and Locust street for the child
ren of that neighborhood by the Play
ground association. This is to be for
both boys and girls under 16 years of
age. All the apparatus is almost in place
now and a fine lot is ready for use for
romping purposes. J. II. Crann and
Mrs. M. R. Dopp are in charge of the
grounds. .The association is having
great success and securing good sup
nnrt f mm I Vl nonnln rf I 'i i' n n nr.T t
Only $305 is lacking of the amount
which has been estimated as necessary
for the conduct of the playgrounds
planned until the opening of school n
September. The people in charge of
the work expect to raise this sum also
before, long. Already the association
is considering plans for the coming
winter. It may be 'found plausible to
take some measures to secure, for the
boys and girls of the city rertain hills
for coasting purposes and to render
them safe by the stationing of guards
at railroad and street car crossings
Last Jury By Supervisors. County
Auditor Ed Collins has completed
list of the number of grand and pe'it
jurors in be selected among the sev
eral election precincts and the tales
men among the precincts from which
the same are to be drawn in each case
as nearly as practicable In proportion
to the number of votes polled in surh
precincts at the last general electioi.
and submitted the same to the board
of supervisors. This is the last time
the supervisors will draw the jurors.
Under the new law the election judges
will hereafter turn in enough names to
make up the grand and petit juries for
the next two years.
Clambers Escapes Penalty. Alson
Chambers, the tm-year-old man ar
rested on the charge of misusing a 12-year-old
girl. Lona Davis, was let off
with a 30 day jail sentence by Mag:s
trate Roddewig. At the hearing the
girl proved that she is wise in the
ways of the world and did all she
could to shield the man who is be
lieved to have wronged her. So suc
- cessful was he that it. was impossible
for the state to prove anything mo-e
serious than intoxication against
Chambers and he was given the max
imum on this charge, evidently being
glad to escapt thus easily.
on gloves and lumber would not from the stage, suggests to her the
prove satisfactory to him. At the probability of this one chance. He con-
same time it was not recognized that -tinually persists in this suggestion un
conditions were such that unless til the day when the vocal chords
compromises wepc made by the con- should have healed. When she is per-.
feiees it woulO be manv days before mitted tovtry to sing, her voice will not
a report could be made. It required , come, the suggested failure had b
a roll call to lix the rates on lumiTei
Motor Factory Growing. An
crease of $100,000 has been authorized too short and the wagon upset.
Turneil Too Short; Upset. John
Pepping, who runs a bakery at 1122
Sixteenth avenue, is nursing a badly
(bruised and cut arm, the result of hav
ing his bakery wagon turn over yester
day. Mr. Pepping was delivering some
bakery goods to Estes grocery on For-
Itieth street and the River road and In
in-1 tnirl- , roturn to Moline he turned
J V Lt I II 1 11, IV' , V v . - -
which are as follows:
l umber, rough, $1 10 a thouu-d
in Vi ! 1 , 1 - . ..
come an accomplished fact. "' luc i"1"' i me vene
After an intense grief, she agrees o Mtor Vehicle company. The present
fulfill her former promise and to marry capital U $150,000 but it has been
feet.. The house rate vs $1 and r'c? the doctor. On the wedding day Ad?l- found that in order to meet market d"
senite rate $1.50. The senate f.if-.ina discovers that her voice is not mands the business must be carried on
r . l , ' , i t . ' i. i , . i , i ; . f-i i . i . .
iere uiais were auopwu, niaKiii lum- aeaa, dui merely sleeping, one iries tfxi year on a $250,000 -basts The
her planed on one.sJe dutiable at 'again and the tones come clearer than additional stock has been Knhsorihf.il
ever before. Dr. Raymond confesses to, and will be called in from time io
what he has done, offering as an ex- time as needed. The minimum outnut
cuie a blind intoxication of love. The of machines for the coming year will
thoroughly delightful little play ends De 3,000. During the busy season the
with Adelina left to follow the bril- daily output will run as high as 20. The
liant career before her. but with the 1910 models have been worked out and
knowledge that ultimately, love will will be put on the market in about a
$1.90. two sides $2.1. three sides
$2.52 and four sides $2.90. The
senate rates on lath and shingles,
whi.'-n v-re hig'-er t lan the lio;so
rate3, : l:-o wer? udo.,tf d.
Ratra on Glovea.
Gloves were made dutiable at
rates considerably in advance of the
duties fixed by the senate bill, which
for the most part were the same as
the Dingley rates. The conference
rates are as follows. Women's' and
children's gloves, valued at not moie
than $4 per dozen, $2.50 a tioien:
valued at. more than $4. but not more
than $12 a dozen. 35 per cent ad
valorem. The senmasehen glove of
sheep origin, which is the cheapest
skin glove maufacturci, was made
dutiable at $1 a dozen. This is a
heavy reduction from the house
rates, which made all gloves dutiable
at $4 a dozen, and is even less than
the senate rate of $1.25 and the
Dingley rate of $1.75 per dozen.
DR. FREDERICK A. COOK
PRESIDENT TAFT SENDS
TARIFF CONFEREES BACK
- 10 DO WORK OVER AGAIN
(Continued from Page One.)
sion, although neither would discuss
the conclusions that were reached.
It was announced officially that the
conference report would be presented
to the house probably at noon Fri
Xot Kxprrtrd to riranr.
In view of President Taft's utter
ances, senate and house leaders were
predicting that the conference rates
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rice left yester
day for Colorado Springs, Col.
Lawrence Swanson left last night
for an extended visit at Spokane and
The Misses Elizabeth and Mamie
Weber have returned from a short
visit in Keithsburg.
R. M. Campbell of West Point, Neb ,
and W. E. Weaver of Morrison, 111.,
left for their homes today after spend
ing a few days visiting with J. W.
An automobile party, consisting of
M. M. Kirkman. vice president of the
Northwestern road, R. Kirkman. W.
E. Kappler and a chauffeur from Ev
anston, are spending a few days in
the city. The party is making a tour
of the state. They came here from
Leonard C. Carpenter, who was
reared in Edgington township, is here
from Deering, N. D., visiting His broth
ers, Henry. Jacob and Lowe Carpen
ter, in this city. It is the first time
Leonard and Lowe have met in 37
years and the reunion is naturally a
Two launches which have been
moored at the Island City boat harbor
for the last three days, departed this
morning on their way back to Burling
ton. One of the launches belongs to
H. H. Stevens of Burlington, who
with his wife and daughter, made the
trip up in company with J. L. Crum,
and his wife and two children, the
latter family coming in the oth?r
launch. The party visited at the homo
of J. A. Reid and took in the sights
of the three cities. Mr. Reid and his
family accompanied the party back to
Burlington and will spend a week.
find a way. week's time. It is understood that
they embody several changes, but
these are being kept secret until the
new cars are actually presented to the
W. Medill of Kansas City, Mo., ar- public. Buildings now in course of
rived Sunday for a few days' visit with construction w ill increase the size of
his parents, Mr and Mrs. Alex Medill. the factory two and one-half times.
Mrs. Flora Smith ' and mother ' of "'"Jf th,! ""ns year 500 people
will be employed. The present fac
Downer's Grove, 111., are visiting ol-i tory blIjidlng measures S0x2!M) feet on
friends in Moline. tne ground, and is three stories higli.
Miss Hannah Fitzpatrick and Miss with the comDletion of the arfrtifim.
Reka Bowman left last Saturday eve- now bejng bui)t it w, be lncreased to
ning for Topeka. Kan., for a visit with 80x420 in its ground dimensions and
the former's aunt. to four Tories in height. In addition
Ruth and Blanche Wangelin return- there is the new storage warehouse,
ed to their home Friday, after visiting which w, be rfady for occlipancy
with their grandmother. Mrs. Walker. wlthin a week This is a three story
a few days. I building, measuring 100x300 and will
Charles Harris and wife returned to be use(i jointiy by the mo,0r Vthicle
their home in Kansas City Saturday and the carriage companies.
evening. ' o
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Crisswell spent J Child Neary Hit by Auto. The 10-
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.
Robert Downs of Rock Isla'.d Edensward of 3305 Fifth street, nar-
visited with friends Tuesday
T THE MARKETS.,
i:nteago, juiy "'u",us -"
quotations on the market today:
Julv. lflD'i. lC9Vi. 107V4, 108.
September. 104. 105. 104V4. 104.
December. 103, 104, 103. 103.
May. 100. 107. 100. 100.
July. 71. 72. 71Vi. 71'4.
September. 6G3i. C7, CG. 06.
December, 55, 55. 55. 55.
May. 5C. 56. 55. 56.
July. 44, 44, 44Vi, 44.
September. 39, 39. 38. 39.
December. 39, 39. 39'4. 39.
May. 42. 42. 41. 41.
July, closed 20.17.
September. 20.45. 20.75, 20.00, 20.30.
January, 16.40, 16.50, 16.25. 16.40.
July, closed 11.20.
September. 11.05. 11.22. 10.95, 11.22.
October, 11.00, 11.20, 10.95, 11.20.
July, closed 11.02.
September. 10.75. 10.97, 10.70. 10.95.
October, 10.57, 10.60. 10.55. 10.65.
Receipts today Wheat 369. corn
176. oats 55. hogs 27.000, cattle 2,500,
Estimated receipts Friday Wheat
228, coin 155, oats 63, hogs 11.004.
Hog market opened weak. 10 to 15c
mz :kj CM
, lrowly escaped beine run down bv an Tower. Hogs left over 8.100. Light
Mrs .'J. Whitsett and daushter of anton.nhii in fmn. r rh..-w u-. If t.2Zi.i. mixed and butchers -'
Preemption went home Saturday after berg's store about 2 o'clock Tuesday 7-so Pood oavy $7.157.85, rough
a few days visit with relatives. J afternoon. The little uirl was crossiii'' heavy $7.15(g'7.30.
Mrs. m. Williams or camormge ar-,the avenue when a big touring car,
rived Monday and is visiting at the traveling west, whizzed along. The
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lafferty. 1 chauffeur, it is alleged, did not sound
Mr. and Mrs. W. Walters went to any warning, and the car, driven at a
Reynolds Friday to attend the funeral furious rate of speed, it is paid would
of the late Gideon Haskell. I have killed the child had she been six
Mr. and Mrs. Ringgold arrived home inches farther into the street. The
from Chicago, where they have been wheels just grazed her, knocking her
for a few days. j backward to the pavement and smear-
Leonard Harris or Moline spent Ssun- ing her dress with oil. She was not
day at the home of Robert Hall. Mrs. .hurt. Women who were riding in the
Harris, who had been with ner moth-r car screamed with terror when it seeni-
Cattle market opened strong.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 4.000, cattle 1.600.
Hogs at Kansas City 7.000, cattle
Hog market closed strong. Bulk
sales $7.30(57.60. light $7.257.0.
mixed and butchers $7.157.70. good
heavy $7.107.75, rough heavy $7.10lt'
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed steady.
Northwestern receipts Minneapolis.
several davs. returned home with him. ed the child would ur KtmnL- hut
Mr. and Mrs. W. O'Neal and daugh- though the girl was knocked backward l(lay 115- last wee!t 65' last year 217'
ter. Bessie, after vis iting a few days the machine was not stopped. Instead,
Duluth. today 35, last week 16, last
with Mr and Mrs. Jackson of Oregon, if l all year 4.
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returned home Friday. 'accelerated. The car bore an Iowa
Miss Una Cullen. who was sent as a tag, but was traveling so fast thit
delegate to the Christian Endeavor none could distinguish the number
convention at St. Paul, gave a fine. . o '
Appeared Wife's Fault. James Rahm
was arrested Tuesday night and charg
address at the Presbyterian church
last Sunday evening.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat 1
higher, corn unchanged.
Liverpool closing Wheat lower
to higher, corn
At the Airdome. "The Parisian
Pearl," played by the Hickman-Bess.y
company packed the airdome again
last night. Never before has there
been produced on the airdome stage a
play on so elaborate a scale as that -.f
last night. The bill is an adaption from
the French play of the same name.
The costuming throughout was beau"i
ful. The bill will be repeated tonight.
Friday and Saturday nights, "The
Gamekeeper' is on.
The Independent's outing last Friday ed with assault and battery ou infor-
was a great success. Every one ro-.mation filed by his wife. Alice Rahm.
ports a good tune. The couple had separated and were
. breaking up housekeeping. Rahm was
hLUA I IIMu IntAlttt IS nunc in the house Tuesday morning when
.his wife arrived and immediately
Comedy and Vaudeville Will he Seen started a rough house in the presence
The floating theater Wonderland
towed by the Vernie Mac arrived In
port this morning. The company will
present a musical comedy and between
the acts a high class vaudeville per
formance will be staged. The apart
ments of the boat contain every mod
ern convenience, and ther.-' are two
dynamos which furnish lights. Every
room has a bath, and is as large as the
average hotel room. The boat his
New York Stocks.
New York. July 29 Following are
the quotations on the stock market
Union Pacific 200
of several roomers who were in thelU. S. Steel preferred 127
room at the time. Rahm in order to I U. S. Steel common 72
avoid trouble gently lifted his sm ill I Reading 157
better half from the floor and deposi-lRock Island preferred 76
ted her lightly on the ground just out- Rock Island common 39
side the door, with the remark that I Northwestern 180
when she could act as a lady she Southern Pacific 134
might return. She immediately ran New York Central 139
to the police station where she told Missouri Pacific 74
a story that would bring tears to the Great Northern 151
eyes of the soberest judge or melt a xorthern Pacific" 153
. neart ot stone, ann a warrant was iS-ij. e, xj 145V,
neen as iar norm as uea wing sued for Rahm s arrest. But tn police emp,pl.a 053.
1 - ' . - . ..... ..... ...... '
this year, it is the only one of
kind that has been here this year.
u n , 7 lf . . . 'straight-forward story of the affair that
The Columbia brought in a bigthe judge dismisseAS him. It was a , "
tACUIWUU "... ...B . amusing trial, the plaintiff and her
morning ana .ett at 4 o ciock on us er hpr wUh othpr fHends
regular trip to Burlington. I persisted in interrupting the testimony
The steamer Dubuque arrived n f witnesses and tn argnments of ,he
port at 11:15 this morning with I rnivQ . .. . . wac nhIilTt,(I
. f , . . 1 .
couri it was orougni out ny uer uwn q p
witnesses tnai sue naa no reason o I Canadian Pacific
complain and itahrn told sucn
A WOMAN HUMILIATED.
"Would Not Attend Social Functions
Because of Her Hair.
There are many women in this
world, handsome in features, perfect
In form, graceful of movement and
brilliant of mind, who keep in the
background just because they have
thin, colorless and lusterless hair.'
in Paris they understand things
about the hair that we do not know
in this country. It was a Parisian,
Dr. Sabourand. who discovered that
thin hair and dandruff are caused by
It is Parisian Sage that proves Dr.
. Sabourand's theory to be correct, for
,U is rigidly guaranteed by the Har
per House pharmacy to kill the dan
arurt germ and cure dandruff, rall-
wLhBa'rr an" itrt""K scalp in two
weeks or money back.
pleatamahn Sar i8 a "sbtfully
Pleasant hair dressing and lnviKor
ator; it is not sticky or greasy u
"my in summer as
it keeps the scalp clean and cool and
iree irom. oaors.
ine price, ror Parisian Sage is
only 50 cents for a large, generous
bottle and is for sale toy leading
druggists everywhere. Sold In Rock
Island on the money-back plan by
the Harper House pharmacy. The
girl with the auburn hair is on every
package. Made in America by Tli-
roux Manufacturing company, Buf- in a thousand for failure. Dr,, Raymond,
"The Climax" at Powers in Chicago
Plays of today, which are going to
be remembered as long as have been
such classics as "A School for Scan
dal'' and "She Stoops to Conquer" are
those which have as their foundation
real heart interests, such as is found.
regardless of one's station in life. Just
such a play j,s "The Climax," which
Joseph Weber will present at Powers'
theater, Chicago, beginning Monday
evening. Aug. 2. The piece is the work
of Edward Locke, an author hereto
fore unknown to fame, but from whom
even more brilliant things are ex
pected. The musical theme which has
a strong bearing on the play is by
Joi-eph Carl Briel.
The story of "The Climax" in brief
concerns Adeli'na von Hagen, daugh
ter of a German musician and an Ital
ian opera singer. She is studying
music with a relative, Luigi Golfaml,
in New York. They are poor. She,
Luigi, and his son, Pietro, who hopes
to become a famous composer, live ?n
a little unpretentious studio apartment
in Gotham's latin quarter. Pietro, hot
headed and ardent, thinks himself 'n
love with Adelina," but she loves only
the career she is to follow. Her voice
is sure and her spirit light. John Ray
mond, a. doctor from Azalia. Ohio,
where Adelina's Infancy was spent,
does not believe the stage a proper
1 ,yufr Adellna. whom he loves The
gl 5aS a "!t,e trob, 'th her vocal
chords which a slight operation would
cure. The operation Is performed bv
a prominent specialist, who assure
Adelina that there is only" one chance
I ready to do anything to keep the girl j ARGUS.
about 150 passengers on board.
Quite a number availed themselves
of the opportunity to see the tri
cities on the street cars bef're mak
ing the return trip to St. Louis.
The Dewey, Ruth, Vernie Mac,
Waunetta, Lizzie Gardner and Henry
Bosse came Eouth and the Ruth and
Henry Bosse went north. The Columbia
was in from the south.
The stage of water was 3.30 at 6
a. m. and 3.40 at noon.
to order them to remain quiet. J. L.
Oakleaf defended Mr. Rahm, who is
an electrical engineer and has a good
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES
25,000 Babies Died With Chol
Don't let cholera infantum or diar
rhoea take the life of your baby or
child. It is a dreadful and most
startling fact that more than 25,000
children and babies die every year
from these diseases. They come so
C. & 0 70
B. R. T. 18
B. & 0 122
St. Paul 157
Kepubllc Steel prererreg. iuitfe
Republic Steel common 38
Southern Ry 33
Lost Arctic Explorer, in Whose Behalf a Relief Party Is Now
.F TARIFF IS NOT LOWER
ED IT WILL BE FAULT
OF THE PRESIDENT
(Continued from Tage One.)
Fhoiild the president give the Mich-'
igander a breakfast every morning till
the 4th of March, 1013, it would hav
no more effect; on his tariff views than
pouring water on a duck's back. lu
this tariff fight Fordney has had one
great advantage over most men. He
has known all along what he wanted
and it is not strange that he is getting
most that he wanted."
Tortured cn a Horse.
"For 10 years I couldn't ride a
horse without being in torture from
piles," writes L. S. Napier of Rug
less, Ky., "when all doctors and
other remedies failed, Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve cured me." Infallible
for piles, burns, scalds, cuts, boils,
fever-sores, eczema, salt rheum,
corns. 25 cents. Guaranteed by all
feet truth that human nature has not
changed a particle since Adam and
Eve were driven with flaming swords
fn-in the gales of Paradise. One of
the most 'common manifestations f
human nature is a disposition not to
back down publicly from a position
publicly taken. 'A stitch in time saves
nine' ia Philosophical saying which
will not bring much comfort to the
president should the congress at la,;t
fail to comply with his wishes; for
he will always he annoyed by remem
bering that ho did not lake tli t it "Ii
in time which would have prevented
all his woes.
Wluro Mopr I 1I.
"It was as clear as crystal to every
obrer.-er that when Speaker Cannon
skipptd Hon. Ebenezcr J. Hill, who s
a tariir revisionist downward in spo's,
and placed Messrs. Fordney and Cal-1
derhead. two of the ratnpantest stand-
patters in the land, on the conference
commjttee, there was little hope for HOSTETTER S
revision downward. I --.. , , . , r-ri
"The papers say that the president blUIVIMln Dl I I Chd
had Brother Fordney tc breakfast , today and start on the road to better
alone in order to convert him from the health. It is for Flatulency, Heart
errors of his way. A verbatim report burn. Vomiting, Indigestion. Irjspep
of this confabulation would make sia, Costiveness, Cramps, diarrhoea
what the laie lamented Horace Greeley and Malaria, Fever and Ague. The
would have denominated 'mighty in te'-' genuine has our Private Stamp over
esting reading.' The chances' arc that the neck of the bottle.
is yours almost, for the asking, but
you can only bring about such a
change by the use of the Hitters. It
stood the test for 5 years and
will not fail in your case. Sickly
loiks, get a bottle of
IV m m a una 01 I HI in
NORTHERN MICHIGAN LINE
The' Elegant Lake Steamships
"Man tou"-"M ssourr-"IHinois
II Rr Inland And othor fumnim Hummer Rrrt of
Northern MichiEnn. ronnectina wnn mi nne lorume
Superior and hw.tern I'oiDta. ine mosi attract- m
tve and direct route to Atr
fentwHt'r Ilnnd WiMiiiMoiMlni
l.iifllnc-tott Knrthnort ftoiirln Itrook
MutilMee TrereCltjr Hrmr Sprtugs
hrnnklort i narmois m. iekiht
i;lim Hhmi Pnimkn Mitf'kltifte iRlnnri No. Mnnitmi OUT
Xhexe eleuant steamship are amone the nneet and let equipped on
80 iaie and ateadv to awire oomfortaMe paaMpo to those averse t
They offer the traveler every modern convenience that adds to the do
out las on the water. For look of tour, address:
R. F. CHURCH. C P. A. Of fieri aaJ Docks, E. Imi Mich. St. or Run St. Bridge,
- A V - II H
Vtf w (TipNiTtan A
be Great Lake. ?f
1 lake trip. -ightaofan
rv L 7 Jp$i
1 n T11 1 t f
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, July 29. Following are j
suddenly and unexpectedly that no 1 the wholesale prices on the local
Via Grand Trunk Railway System, ' mother should be without a reliable market today
Summer. 1909, Chicago to remedy, and there is no remedy in Provisions and Produce.
Montreal and return $20.00 ' the world so reliable and so safe asl Live Poultry Hens, dot nound.
Quebec and return 24.00 itrt,noU'a ni.rbiurn Rnkum TMal,. 1- co co
Temasami and return 21.60 i - " """5 o.oi, .u p ,
Portland and return 2(..i.ievciieiii icureuj cueino iuc uioronc,N10Zpn,
Old Orchard and return 1 cures the cause, tones the stomach Butter Dairy 20 to 21c: creamerv.
uocron onn rfiiirn . . . . . . .. . 1 1 i .
New York and return..
Atlantic City and return....
j5,o and heals the bowels, leaving the sys- 27c.
AsburV Park and return 25.35
Corresponding fares to over one
hundred other places in Canada. New
25 70 tem in its natural and healthy state.
Wakefield's Blackberry Balsam is
the- one well known summer bowel
remedy that does not depend upon
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn. 78 to 80c; oat3, 55c.
Forage Timothy hay, $10; straw.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack.
England and on Jersey coast. Tickets ! dangerous or habit-forming drugs
good thirty (30) days. Liberal stop-fnr if .. u ls Kffi nd cast
over arrangements. St. Lawrence riv-j quickly and ,n 63 veara of use in
er and raptds mciuaea ai susnny j minions of cases we have never
higher fares. Time tables, descriptive ( heard of a single failure to cure
literature, etc., can be obtained by when the simple directions we.-e
mail from W. S. Cookson. A. G. P. A., followed. Don't put off getting Quick Relief for Rheumatism.
135 Adams street. Chicag3. U supply of Wakefield's Blackberry Georg6 W. Koons, Lawton. Mich.,
.- . .. . 'Balsam and always regret it. Choi- says: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
When the stomacn rails to perrorm a ,nfantum and diarrhoea come Rheumatism has given my wife won
us luncuouH, ub u.r ua.0 UCJ quicklv often in the night and de- derful benefit for rheumatism. She
rangea, tne nver ana me n.iane, . attention. Wakefield'- could not lift hand -or foot, had to be
Blackberry" Balsam never fails to I lifted for two months. She began the
cure children or adults of the many use of the remedy and improved rapid
summer bowel troubles. Every fam-jly.. On Monday she could not move
ily should keep a supply in the house land on Wednesday Bhe got up and
for emergencies. For sale every-1 dressed herself and walked out for
where or by mail, 35c or three bot-j her breakfast" Sold by Otto. Grot-
ties for $1.00. Man. 1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
C. WAKEFIELD & COMPANY, jGust Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
Bloomingtou, III. . street Davenport.
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Our' prices are just the same as during the past
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Our Work is Known to be
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Opposite Harper House.
Entrance by Ramser's. ROCK ISLAND