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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1910.
"I suffered so with Nervous
Prostration that I thought there
was no use trying to get well. A
friend recommended Dr. Miles'
Nervine, and although skeptical
at first, I soon found myself re
covering, and am to-day well."
MRS. D. I. JONES,
5800 Broadway, Cleveland, O.
Much sickness is of nervous
origin. It's the nerves that
make the heart force the blood
through the veins, the lungs
take in oxygen, the stomach di
gest food, the liver secrete bile
and the kidneys filter the blood.
If any of thesje organs are weak,
it is the fault of the nerves
through which they get their
strength. Dr. Miles' Nervine is
a specific for the nerves. Itv
soothes the irritation and assists
in the generation of nerve force.
.Therefore you can hardly miss
it if you take Dr. Miles' Nervine
when sick. Get a bottle from j
your druggist. Take it all ac- I
cording to directions, and if it
does not benefit he will return
UMPIRES ARE TO
BE THE MASTERS
President Al Tearney Outlines
His Policy to Three-Eye
STAFF TO BE COMPETENT
If all your debts were paid
how much would be left?
Perhaps not a solitary cop
per and yet just think of
the 'money that has passed
through your hands a little
of it saved would have made
a nice sum it's not too late
to begin better put a dol
lar in this strong bank today.
Will Hold Home Teams Responsible
for Itiots Bering Tells Bit of
(By a Staff Correspondent.)
Chicago, March 2. "The umpires
for the season of 1910 are to be vested
with powers that will make them the
absolute masters of all situations arlg
ing in connection with our champion
ship games, and the officials of the
home club will be held responsible by
me for all riots and accidents incident
thereto," declared President Al Tear
ney just before the close of the Three
Eye league meeting at the Palmer
house yesterday afternoon.
"The past is all ancient history and
should be forgotten. I don't look for
a Sunday school league this season,
and realize that differences, and seri
ous ones, at times, are inevitable, but
do propose to avoid experimenting
with the amateur indicator holder.
The action of the league in advancing
the salaries of umpires has made it
possible for me to secure the services
of men who were heretofore unobtain- j
able in the Three-Eye. When I an-
Have an understanding.
See things in the right
light . Perhap your eyes g
are defective and you need
No better place to have
the eyes properly attend
ed to than at Eamser's.
nounce my appointments there will be
some surprises over the personnel and
I am satisfied there will be general
satisfaction with my selections.
Strict Enforcement of Rules.
"As the executive head of your or
ganization it is my purpose to run its
business in strict conformity to the
rules. The men I will give you as um
pires are thoroughly trained and post
ed, all having had experience in bigger
leagues than the Three-Eye, and all
have made good. They know the rules
and they know the game. They are
coming to us, not because they love
us best, but because they want our
money. They are going to give you
the best they got. They are strangers
to ail of the cities in our circuit, and
therefore cannot be charged with fa
voring any particular team. They wilt
err in judgment, but none of us is in
fallible. I am assuming, and want you
to join me in this, that these men ara
honest, and that their decisions will
be square and not prompted by preju
dice. There will be bickerings be
tween contending teams. That is to
be expected, but there will be a limit.
I shall look to the home team to pro
tect the umpire in the event of an at
tack by the opposing club or the spec
tators. Wnmlns to Players.
"The umpire is the servant of the
league, not of the individual club or
clubs. ' I want each team to do Its best
to win, but it must do so fairly and
without bulldozing tactics. I positive
ly will not tolerate umpire baiting,
and right here I want to give warning
to all managers and players that they
had best be clean and respectable in
their diamond behavior if they expect
to escape punishment at the hands of
the head of this league. I win ne
ready at all times to hear both sides of
a controversy, but. first of all. I wish
to impress you that I propose to stand
by my umpires. I am convinced that
i tney are gciug iu ub mipai tw
word will be accepted by me in prefer
1 ence to that of a manager or a player.
1 If we get away on the right foot, and
j with the understanding that we all are
to be honest and decent with each
'other, we' will go through the season
I in comparative peace. I am satisfied
! of that."
! Inside Information by nrrinc
Wilson Bering of Decatur, -who is
drafting the 1910 schedule, let loo?e
a bit of unwritten history of the cham
pionship race of thre? years ago dun
ing the proceedings. "Baseball, with
each succeeding season, Is gaining in
public confidence and resrect as one
of the few legitimate sports," he said.
"Baseball is cleaner today than ever
Out of the Warming Pan
Hugh Shannon was last night se
lected as manager of the Muscatine
team in the Northern association. Ho
will report March 20. -
The Chicago White Sox special,
which passed through this city, has I
met wim two wrecks ana is now
stalled at Ogden, Utah, by washouts,
and may have to be abandoned.
Pete Lister's hitting was the feature
of the practice of the Detroit Tigers at
San Antonio yesterday. He put two
homers over the right field fence.
George Hardin and Works did the
Monte McFaflahd of Decatur was
yesterday chosen manager of the Clin
ton team of the Illinois-Missouri
league. McFarland was umpire in the
Three-Eye league two years ago and
formerly managed Dubuque and De
catur. The first note of despair comes from
Clinton, where the Northern associa
tion boosters are beginning to fear
they will be unable to finance a team.
The truth of the matter seems to be
that Clinton does not want that kind
of ball, but the promoters are slow
in finding It out. At Cedar Rapids
they were wiser.
President Al Tearney of the Three-
Eye league will be $100 richer at the
end of the baseball season if the state
ment of a Rockford correspondent is
true. That dopester states that Snap
per Kennedy of Aurora wagered $100
with President Tearney that Aurora
would have a larger attendance than
Waterloo this season.
The national commission has formu
Iated a rule which provides that when
a major league team secures a minor
player and wishes to dispose of him.
that the minor club from which he
comes will have to Inform the major
club within five days if they desire to
take him back. Murphy recently said
that he had purchased a minor and
wished to dispose of him, but that the
club from which he had bought would
not write any disposition of their
claims, as are provided for in the
draft rules. ,
of the way, but they did with clean
heads and hands. Decatur was nosed
out, but It was no dishonor to lose in
such a fairly-fought battle."
Johnson In Peculiar Light.
At a former meeting of the league.
M. H. Sexton of Rock Island, J. T.
Hayes of Davenport and R. H. John
son of Peoria were appointed a special
committee to audit the books of Mr.
Sexton, the retiring president, secre
tary and treasurer of the league. A
day was set for the work, and Mr.
Johnson and Mr. Hayes came to Rock
Island t meet with Mr. Sexton. John
son said that he had other business
in Davenport, and the inference was
that he would accept Mr. Hayes re
port on the books of Mr. Sexton. The
latter assisted Mr. Hayes and they
made the audit. Johnson returned
after the work was completed, and
Indicated that he was satisfied with
the correctness of the report of the
committee. For some reason both Mr.
Hayes and Mr. Johnson neglected to
sign the report. It was presented at
the league meeting yesterday at the
afternoon session. Johnson, who was
present at the morning session, left
at noon for his home. Mr. Hayes ex
pressed surprise at the action of John
son In instructing his proxy, Dave
Rowan, not to sign the report if re
quested to do so. Mr. Hayes served
notice on Mr. Johnson that he would
immediately demand a meeting with
him even if he had to spend a day
hunting him up in Peoria, and to in
sist on an explanation of his action.
All those at the meeting were con
vinced that the report was accurate,
but to avoid future disagreements It
was ordered that hereafter an annual
audit by a private firm be made of the j
league records. The special commit-1
tee. Sexton. Hayes and Johnson, was '
continued to give it opportunity to turn
in a signed report. The report of Mr.
Sexton shows a balance of $1,054.22
in the league treasury.
Reck Drop In.
Warren IL Reck, president of the
Rock Island association, who was en
route east on business, dropped in for
a few minutes at the afternoon ses-
j sion and left a box of cigars with the
compliments of the Islanders. I
J. T. Hayes, R. H. Johnson and M.
H. Sexton comprised the special com
mittee that drafted the changes in the
league constitution. The committee
was given a vote of thanks by the
league for the painstaking work given
ordered and It remains for the club
to select the grade of uniforms which
It desires. They will be of the same
style and color as were used last year,
white at home and gray on the road.
G0LFERST0TN UR COUNTRY
Australians Plan to end Experts to
United St tes.
New York, March 2. A golf team
from Australia will probably tour the
United States next year. This pros
pect of international sport comes from
a new quarter. Secretary Watson of
the United States Golf association re-
FOR THE BIG MEET
Five Men from This City and
Moline Will Represent the
AT DETROIT TOURNAMENT
Team Consist of Hampton, Salzman,
Stauffer, Donahoo and Wooten
-All In Fine Fonn.
'M- - - -..i..Tfffft:y;i;-":-
ceived news of the proposition this
week from Sydney. The intention Is in Detroit as well as they have been
The bowling team which Is to repre
sent this city and Moline at the na
tional tournament being held in De-
troit will leave for that city tomorrow
at noon. The party will consist of O.
B. Hampton and Arthur Salzmann of
this city, and Abe Stauffer, Frank Don
ahoo and Fred Woorvh of Moline. Ac
cording to schedule, they will do their
team bowling at 10 o'clock Friday
night, and on the following morning at
10 four of the players will roll in the
doubles. For this event Hampton and
Salzmann are to roll as one team and
Stauffer and Donahoo as another.
Wooten will not participate in the
doubles. They will bowl at 4 o'clock
Saturday in the single event. Their
schedule is a very good one, inasmuch
as it gives them a chance to rest up be
tween each round, and they hope to
get in on the money prizes to some ex
tent. There are $25,000 posted as
prizes, and 410 teams are entered In
the race to get some of this.
Local Have Chance.
The local bowlers have been rolling
in exceptionally fine form ever since
organizing their team for the national
tournament. If they are able to bowl
A Good Story
Is sometimes told by well intentioned, but misinformed people,
about the rates and "what they do to you" borrowing money on
chattel security. Our patrons don't complain, and are satisfied and
keep coming back to us, which is sure good evidence of natlsfac
tion. If we sold soap or breakfast food, we could call at your home,
unsolicited, and explain that we had a good proposition, and prob
ably get you to admit it. too. but as it is, we have to wait for you
to give us the word first that Is the reason we constantly adver
tise we want people who need money to call and see what we have
to offer. We loan in amounts from $10 upwards confidentially
and we know our rates are reasonable and our plans fair and square
both BEFORE and AFTER you got the money. Will you let us ex
plain In detail? No loan, no charge, but If wo make you a loan we
furnish a written statement showing all that has been agreed upon.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
Room 40.i IJest liuilding.
Old Phono West 51 1.
Fourth Floor, flock Island.
Sew Phone (loll.
to bring over six amateur golfers and
four lawn tennis players, the latter In
cluding the Davis cup winners. The
team will tour the country clubs of
the United States for about five months,
starting In southern California In the
spring and closing their season at
Boston or Newport.
HIGH PRICES FOR BIG MILL
EXPECT NEW MARF
Records of American BowlinJ
Congress Likely to Fall in ,
Detroit Tourney. j
$30,COO for Trotter.
Lexington, Ky., March 2. George
Gano (2:03). the famous trotter, was
sold yesterday by C. D. Tinsman, Bar
ton Pardee and S. W. Gleason of Penn
sylvania to M. W. Savage of Minne
apolis for $30,000. The horse is now at
Macon, Ga., and will be delivered to
Mr. Savage Sept. 1. George Gano was
champion money winner of harness
horses in 1909 and is by Gambette
Wilkes out of Credelion.
doing here, there is no doubt that they
will carry off a share of the prize
money. Hampton especially has been
in form and he and Salzmann are hop
ing to go above the 1200 mark in the
doubles. The Moline contingent con
sists of excellent bowlers also and
the chances of the team as a whole
are considered very good.
The team held its last practice last
evening, and it was most encouraging.
O. B. Hampton broke the alley record
at the Harms alleys by making a score
of 289, just one pin shy of a perfect
score. He bowled 10 straight strikes,
and then on 'the 11th frame one of the
pins refused to go down, although the
ball had rolled just as truly to the
right spot as it had before. All the
men hung up scores better than 200
during the evening's practice.
Fans Must I'lank Down $IOO for
Kingside Seats July 4.
San Francisco, March 2. Fight fan3
win nave to uig inio mc-ir jeans auu
dig plenty deep in order to get kc aU i
for the Jeffries-Johnson combat to be j
staged here July 4. Announcement
was made yesterday that bleacher :
points of vantage would soli at $10 'AVERAGES CREEP UPWARD
per throw, while the ringside box cush- J
ions will come in at 5J00 each. Pro
moters Gleason and Itlrkard already
have received hundreds of requests f'r
reservations, the prices apparently
never entering the minds of the sports
who contemplating attending the light
from eastern cities.
i Sew Lender in Indit'iduaN ICcmilt
j from oiiiiw titiori During the I
Fourth Day. j
FORESTS DO NOT STOP
Willis Moore Says Xo Inrrease Is
Xoted W here Timber Has
New Features in Constitution
of the Three-Eye Baseball League
Detroit, Mich., March 2 Twt
s.juada in the two man event, five in
the fcingks and oiie In the five man
teams composed today's program iu:
the bowling tournament. A general,1
raising of the average of scores in all
evtiits has led officials to believe the
existing records of the American
Howling congress will be broken dur-'
ing the tournament. I
.cw Scn,nli and Tlilrd.
BUNK, SAYS PICK
X I in its history. Three year3 ago, while
New Sale Stable
C. H. TH0RNHILL
Horses Bought and Sold.
BIS 2:M St. Old Phone 111
Rock Island, III. -
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are safe, sure and reliable
And have been praised by thousands
tf women who have been restored
lo health through their gentle aid
and curative properties. Sold by all
Rock Island and Decatur were neck-and-neck
for the championship, some
strong charges of crooked work were
heard in our city, as I presume they
were elsewhere over the league. It
j came to my ears, though I doubted
I there was anything in it, that Rock
j Island was buying over players on
j other teams to throw 'games to that
club in order to make it impossible for
the Commodores to win the league
honors. I will confess I was a trifh?
upset by the criticisms that were
made In my home city, and I decided
on a Sherlock Holmes scheme of my
Hock Inland on Level.
"On my own responsibility, and
without the knowledge of any other
person, I employed a competent man
to travel with the Rock Island team
end keep his eyes and ears open to
learn If there was any foundation for
the serious charge that had been made
against the club representing that city.
For mnny days he was on the skirts
of the Rock Island team, but not one
of the players knew his mission, Tj
be frank with you, gentlemen, his re
port forms one of the finest tributes
of the honesty and squareness of base
ball that I have ever heard of. I am
here to tell you that Rock Island won
that year's pennant purely on the
merit of the playing of its team. The
Rock Island boys fought every inch
Tighe's New Indian Mound Ar
tist Denies Story Printed
IS TO COME WHEN WANTED
Will Report for Practice When Or.
dered, and Going to IK His
I test to Make Good.
The following story appeared in the
Lincoln Star of Lincoln, Neb., relative
to R. G. Pickering, one of Manager
Jack Tighe's .most promising candi
dates for the Islanders pitching staff
"R. G. Pickering, the Ulysses young
ster, who was Guy Green's star twirler
with the Indians last summer, has de
clined to play with Rock Island In the
Three-Eye league, after ' accepting
terms, and says he will stay with the
Indians. The Rock Island club will
lose a promising pitcher if Pickering
holds to his refusal to report. With
Guy Green's aggregation last year ut.
defeated a long string of the strongest
semi-pro clubs in the central states.
The Lincoln management wanted Pick
ering, only to discover that he had ac
cented Rock Island's terms, whica
blocked the deal." ,
Saym He Will He Here All Right.
The ex-Indian twirler cut the story
out and mailed it to the Islander man
ager with the explanation: "This paper
seems to know more about my plans
than I do. I will be in Rock Island to
report for practice whenever you
want me, and I am going to do my
best to make good."
Afae . mistake. Take only those medi
cine the best doctors endow. Consult
your own doctor freely.
J. O.iTtr Co.,
Tired ? Just as tired in the morning as at
night? Things look dark? Lack nerve
power? Just remember this: Ayer's
Sarsapanlla is a strong tonic, entirely
free from alcohol. . It puts red corpuscles
into the blood; gives steady, even power
to the nerves; srrenctbens the dieestion.
Charley White on Job.
"Smiling" Charley White, the sport
ing goods salesman, is in the city con
ferring with the officials of the Rock
Island ball club in regard to their uni
forms for the coming season. Sweater
coats and stockings-have already been
Chicago, March 2. (Special.)
Among the more important changes in
the Three-Eye league constitution
adopted at the meeting here yesterday
are the following:
The objects of this association are
to encourage, foster and elevate the
game of baseball, and to make ball
playing respectable and honorable.
This league shall consist of eight
profession baseball clubs from time to
time elected to membership, but in no
event shall there be more than one
club in any city. In case of emergency
during the playing season less than
eight clubs may operate until said sea
Applications for membership must
show satisfactory conditions in a cer
tain city; a suitable park, grand stand,
etc., or sufficient funds on hand to
provide .same forthwith; together with
$2,500 in cash or bona fide subscrip
tion for the support of a club. Said
applicant shall, within 15 days after
admission, deposit with the treasurer
of the league a sum of money equal
to one-eighth of the league funds then
on hand, and such additional guaran
tee of good faith as may be required.
Provided, that franchises In this
league are the property of the organi
zation Itself and must be purchased
from the league by new members at
$1,000 each, all such revenue to he
converted into the league treasury for
the use and benefit of all clubs.
New members must be elected by
ballot, except in" cases of emergency
during the playing season when new
members may be selected by the presi
dent, or by a committee selected for
No director shall sit In a trial of a
cause in which his club is interested,
or be present during a vote in such
Each club elected and accepting
membership binds itself to comply
with all of the provisions of this con
stitution, and with all contracts and
legislation made in pursuance there
of; and shall deposit such forfeits or
guarantee of good faith as may by a
two-thirds vote be required.
The gross gate receipts, exclusive of
the grand stand, shall be divided as
follows: 10 per cent'to the league
treasury and 45 per cent to each club.
Visiting clubs can demand $35 guaran
tee each game when its share of the
division does not equal that sum, but
in no case shall the visiting club de
mand or receive In guarantees more
than an amount equal to $35 per game
for that series. Provided, on holidays
or pool days no guarantees shall be
paid, but all gate receipts shall be
pooled and divided equally between
the eight clubs after the league 10
per cent has been deducted. Visiting
clubs can demand payment for all
passes In excess of 25 at each game,
and all settlements shall be made each
day. Holiday games. Decoration day,
July 4 and Labor day, must be played
in the afternoon as double headers,
and the gate admission fee shall be
50 cents for adults and 20 cents for
In case of no game on account of
rain, wet grounds or other cause, or
if rain checks are issued before the
completion of four and one-half in
nings, the visiting club shall be en
titled to its $35 guarantee. All rain
checks issued shall be good for any
No player shall be eligible to par
ticipate In any championship game un
tH he has signed a formal contract
with his club, under penalty of for
feiture of ail games in which said In
eligible player may participate.
Umpires shall receive as salary not
to exceed $SO0 per month for four
Washington, March 2. Backing up
his statements as to the effects of ero
sion on floods and contending mat; '""'i. "' -iarcn i. iue nrhij
there had boon too raanv reckless : " - s "'-f
opinions given by the forestry advo-,
rates, Willis L. Moore, chief of thn
United States weather bureau, yester- j
day appeared before the house com-
inlttee on agriculture iu connrctlon ;
with the Weeks bill relating to pu
chase of lands in the Appalachian
Professor Moore contended tbV j
data, covering minutely the last 28 !
years, showed that tne acfuni num
nameiit produc d new second and thli J
pesi'ion holders in the two man!'
events. M. Meyer and J. S. Mart "t ,
Cleveland scored 1,148 in the second :
squad after . Patterson and Funcice cfp.
IUllevillc. 111., had taken temporal Lf
nossession of second r.lace hv vfrin.-J '
of their 1.148 in the first squad
arid .lolinson of Detroit Htill retui.i
their hold on first place with 1,1;
hut Scherer and Huster of Erie, Pa , j"
i U.'1l rt U'o rr conmT M-hnn K A n i
ber of flood daya had been less in the;, "; " . , " 7 , ' " t
last part of the 2S year period than j ?'m ,J' have boen Pusbd back l J I
In the earlier r.art, despite the argu
ment of the other side of the contro
versy as to the effect of denudation
cf the forests.
HEAD OF ELGIN ASYLUM
Dr. F. II. Jenks f Aurora Appointed !
to Succeed I'odstntiV j
Elgin, 111.. March 2. When Dr. V. I
11. Podstata's resignation as super-i
intendent of the state hospital for 1
the insane here becomes effective on ;
March 15 he will be succeeded by Dr. !
Frank H. Jenks, the appointment :
men, payable semi-nionthly, and raii-!navIn& Just become public. Dr. Jenks
road transportation from city to city
within the league circuit.
, Official scorers shall have no official
connection with or financial interest
In any club. They shall he appointed
by the president upon the recommen
dation of the home club, and shall re
ceive as compensation $1 for each
game actually played and reported,
to be paid out of the league treasury,
but In no case shall any scorer receive
pay until his official score sheets have
been received by the president. The
judgment of official scorers must be
respected In the same manner and
under the same penalties as the de
cisions of an umpire, and it shall be
the duty of the president to impose
the "loop" and was turning at Fifth
fines on any club official, manager or avon,'e and Van I,urpn strfrt wl!,in
lias sen til i UMSiSi m. SMijiei inteiiu-
ent since 1905 and formerly practiced i
in Aurora. Dr. Podstata was to have
quit yesterday, but he was persuaded to I
remain in office for 15 days longer j
to allow time for certain necessary j
KEG OF NAILS SAVES LIVES
Illocks Derailed Car iu:d Keeps It on
Klevated Hoad at Cliicao.
Chicago, March 2. A keg of iron
bolts is believed to be the only tiling
which saved a crowded elevated train
from leaping into the downtown dis
trict last night. The train was on
player found guilty of a violation of
the letter or spirit of this clause.
Each club shall play every game
scheduled. Postponed or tie games
must be played off on the following
day if possible, but a postponement of
the last game of any series must be
played off on the next succeeding
series between those two clubs on that
same ground. Conclusive evidence,
satisfactory to the president, that
either club evades this rule shall re
sult in the game being awarded to the
non-offending club 9 to The last
game of a double header shall be the
postponed game, but In no case shall
more than two games be played in
one day. A mutual understanding be
tween two clubs, with the approval
of the president, may, where occasion
necessitates, alter this section.
In no case shall the , club official
salary roll exceed $1,800, exclusive of
The annual meeting shall be held in
tho city of Chicago on the second
Tuesday of October each year. Each
club shall be represented by Its league
director, and can have one other repre
sentative, in addition to its officers,
present. No club shall be entitled to
more than one vote, and the person
authorized to cast said vote must pre
sent written credentials, if requested,
from hi3 club showing said authority.
the front car slipped off the tracks ut
a switch. The wheels began to bump
Oong the ties and 50 people in thr
.or were in a panic at the prospec' iq
of being hurled to the t-treot. Th j J?
car struck a krg of belts which h?i J
I een left by a workman and the jar Q
so turned the car as to enable thclo
niotorman to bring the train to s &
stop. Traffic on the loep was dc j f
myed for more than an hour. I
f l.rmlrr la Individual.
A new leader in the Individuals ani
no change in the holders of first plac
in tho two nan and five man even
were the results t;f thy fourth day of
'he jcth annual tournament.
Madison r.ddf d first place in tho sin
gles to lis credit on to; of the fin';
work of the Colonials' 2.SKJ of the
previous niirht. when G orgn Oakey of
the leading team went the route yes
terday afternoon for a C42 count la
the singles, six pins over the mark of
Otto Wahl of Cleveland. Oakey struck
in the ln:--t frame to take the honor
away from Waid. Two other eerie
over f.fri were made during the, da,
McCl.iy of Erie and Tamagni of De
troit getting over the mark.
Mowr.t and .'ohm-en went fhrougli
the day in the doubl-s without belli;
beaten, the nearest attack to their
record beitiK made by Srherer anl
I luster of Eii". two (,r the blue ribbon
tram, who made 1.1 4.".
e:irl- Tlrm . It. Iferord.
Maeder and E'.ibner of Pittsburg
and Wlitb'.ln and Young of Cincinnati
j.lso shut a Ft the l.KMi mark. Wirth
l!n mad" a grind finish with a 273
game that missed by four pins tyln r
the A. 1. C. record of 277 by Arch ! i
Wt nglrr. His game bhowed ell strikes
except In the fourth frame, where ho
Colds Cause Headache
Laxative Broino Quinine, the world
wide cold and grip remedy removes
cause. Call for full name. Look for
6iguature E. W. Grove, 25c
How Good News Spreads.
"I am 70 years old and travel most
of the time," writes H. F. Tolson.
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I go I recommend Electric Pitters
because I owe my excellent health
and vitality to them. They effect n
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to tone the stomach, regulate the kid
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T . 1 1 rr.1 1 . , . I
iiiuuu. i iiey wont, wonders ior weaK.iy
run down men and women, restoring ; S
strength, vigor and health that's a I
daily joy. Try them. Only f0 cents. '
Satisfaction is positively guaranteed ,
by all druggists. i
Rheumatism Cured in a Day!
Dr. Detchon's Hclief for Rheumn-
....... ".iu .,vu. aiiu ouii;: 411 j g
one to tnree dajs. its action upon the ; t,
system !s remarkable and mysterious. '
It removes at ouce the causa and th, !
disease immediately di?apiears. Tlie j J'j
first dose greatly beneits. 75 cenrs j
and $1. Sold by Otto Oi.4ja:i. 15C1
Second avenue. TTncl; lR'--twl- rinr !
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
Put up in neat fancy packages
which we are selling at
29c per Box
171 S-171S Second Avenue. Both