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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1910.
Is Humanity's best friend! Without
sleep you cannot live! Loss of sleep
insomnia auickly undermines the
whole system caps the strength
wrecks the nerves weakens the vital
organs, i Persons suffering with in
somnia become afflicted with chronic
headache are nervous irritable un
fit for work. The sufferer grows pale
is dyspeptics-loses flesh cannot eat
then follows complete breakdown
The usual reason for this condition
Is improper nourishment of the ner
vous system the blood is lacking in
red and white corouscles can't feed
the starving nerves. Good blood-
rich in food for the body promotes
a generally healthy condition all vital
organs are well-fed insomnia is ban
ishedand sleep sweet sleep re
turns .once more.
Rocky Mountain Tea
Nature's best blood-food seeks out
the cause goes to the root of the
trouble eliminates poisons from the
body soothes nourishes builds up
renews puts new life in you. Once
the blood IS right, the health is good;
it can't help but be so.
This good old time-tried remedy is
purely vegetable Nature's medicine
tor the sick and afflicted roots,
herbs, leaves and seeds scientifically
blended and prepared, and most agree
able to take used as a Tea to drive
out the poisons which cause distress
sickness death !
One package of Holli jter' Rocky Mountain Tea
makca 105 caps of health-bnildint beverage
costs 35e 3 dosea for ONE CENT. The Nug
getsTablet form containing the concentrate
esseose of HolHstar'a Rocky Mountain Tea for
is a feature
Victim of Drink Needs Orrine.
Drink cunningly destroys the veil
power, and --hlle the drunkard wants
to do what you tell him. he wants a
thousand times more the drink that he
craves. Medical treatment Is neces
sary. Orrine will destroy the desire for
liquor, so that the drink will not be
missed and restores the patient to
This remedy is thoroughly scientific
and is so uniformly successful that it
Is sold with a registered aruarantee to
refund your monejj if it fails to effect
a cure. Booklet on "How to Cure
Drunkenness'" free on request. The
Orrine Company. "SI Orrine building.
Washington, D. C. Sold in this city by
Harper House Pharmacy.
A savings account opened when
your children are young will
provide for their education and
give them a proper start in life.
You can open an account with
this large safe bank with one
dollar or more and it will earn
four per cent interest.
4 Interest Paid
ICE CREAM SODAS,
Q 1716-1718 Second Avenue. Both g
8 Phones. 0
x Order a quart brick of as- X
Q sorted Ice cream for your din- Q
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Illinois Postofflce . Clerks Advo
cate Support of Aged Em
ploye by Government.
WITHOUT COST TO OTHERS
E. If. Strate of Rock. Island Elected
Treasurer Galesburg Meeting
Closes With a Banquet.
Galesburg, I1L, May 31. At the an
nual meeting of the Illinois postofflce
clerks yesterday, with 70 delegates
present, emphasis was placed on the
pensioning of aged postofflce clerks
by the government. Among the reso
lutions passed was one asking that
clerks be retired at the age of 65 on
pension, but that the scheme should
not deduct a percentage from the sal
aries of the active clerks.
A suggestion that mail bags be dis
infected and postofflces put in sana
tary condition was applauded. Among
the speakers was J. T. Mullen of Chi
cago, representing the postofflce de
partment, and he favored the reward
ing by the government of those who
had spent many years in the govern
Officers were elected as follows:
President Guy C. Lakin, Streator.
Vice President Wallace Ruff, Ot
tawa. Second Vice President Bess Har
Secretary George Seleck, Rock
ford. Treasurer1 E. I Strate, Rock Isl
and. Committee Chairman Finance, R.
A. Barry, Taylorville; organization, W.
P. Reynolds, East St. Louis: griev
ance, W. Scott Hollister, Kankakee.
National Delegate John Dodge,
The convention closed with a ban
quet at night.
WIDENING THE SCOPE.
(Continued from Page One.)
to vote for William Lorlmer for Unit
ed States senator, made two startling
statements regarding the alleged brib
ery, on the train which brought him
here from Chicago to give bonds. He
admitted that he met Senator Holst
law in his saloon last summer and he
declined to deny that he sent for the
Iuka banker and lawmaker. It was in
Chicago that Holstlaw charged that
he received the $2,300 bribe for ai3
vote on the senatorial election. He
said that Senator Broderick sent a let
ter making the appointment. Broder
ick denied all other charges of his
DFrrlopmeata of limy.
Other important developments in the
legislative scandal here are:
State's Attorney Burke left for
the sick bed of Senator Holstlaw
to check up on details of the sena
Senators Broderick and Pember
ton and Representative'Clark ap
peared before Judge Creighton
yesterday afternoon and gave
Persistent report that enormous
pressure was placed on Senator
The Quest For Beauty
(BY MADAME MADELENE MAREE)
Mrs. R.: The soft, velvety com
plexion you speak of and desire can
be had by using amarol lotion, made
by dissolving two ounces of amarol
in a pint of hot water. After wash
ing and drying the hands and face
apply this lotion freely, rubbing un
til dry. No, you needn't be afraid
of hair growing.
Miss Li. G.: I do not believe it pos
sible to remove hair permanently.
Delol paste will surely take hair off,
but after several months it will come
out again, but will be lighter than
before and can be removed easier
than the first time. Get the powder
ed delol from your druggist. You
will find full directions on each pack
age. . Mrs. A. B. : I would not advise you
to try and darken your hair. Use
a good tonic, one that will give vi
tality and life to your hair. Mix
half a pint of . water, and add one
ounce of beta canthol, rub well into
the roots of the hair every day for
a week or so, then once a week. This
tonic will stop falling hair and cure
dandruff. Any druggist will sell you
the beta canthol and alcohol.
Miss Faye A.: I would advise you
to use a good massage cream for
your blackheads and sallow complex
ion. Use plenty of soap and warm
water on your face. After washing
and drying apply the cream freely,
massaging until it has all been ab
sorbed by the skin. Get a three
ounce package of cerol from your
druggist and dissolve it in a pint of
boiling water. This makes the fin
est disappearing cream I ever saw.
Mrs. A. R.: I don't believe exter
nal remedies will develop the bust.
Massaging with cocoa butter or cerol
cream will help, but you will have to
take a tonic to get results. If you
will make a pint of granulated su
gar syrup, and add one ounce of gal
lol, and take two teaspoonfuls three
or four times a day, you will cer
tainly get good results from this
treatment. The true gallol is quite
expensive, . but an ounce makes
enough for a month's treatment.
Pemberton to prevent him from
Holstlaw Sell Hia Bank.
Iuka, 111., May 31. Senator D.
W. Holstlaw. who made his bribery
confession to the Sangamon county
grand jury last Saturday, sold his
bank yesterday to the First National
bank of Iuka. The senator was too
ill to attend to the transaction him
self and his son attended to the for
malities. It is Bald that the sanator
started the negotiations as soon as he
reached home last Saturday night
and they were continued during Sun
day. Several reasons are rumored)
for the transfer, but the consensus
of dpinion is that the senator has de
cided to retire, not only from public,
but from business life permanently.
This is the first deal by which he
will dispose of his business burdens.
Senator Holstlaw is a director of
the First National bank of Salem and
it is said that he has arranged to
retire from the position also.
District to Act.
Effingham, 111., May 31. A call
was Issued last evening Bigned by
the chairman of the republican and
democratic central committees for a
mass meeting of voters of Effingham
county, to be held here next Satur
day for the purpose of passing res
olutions denouncing the present
members of the legislature from this,
the 4 2d district. D. W. Holstlaw Is
the senator and J. H. C. Beckemeyer,
M. C. McMackin and Harvey McCol
lum the representatives. Those who
are planning the meeting express the
hope that Marion, Clinton and Clay
counties, also In the 42d district, will
take similar action.
John D. Rockefeller would go broke
if he should spend his entire income
trying to prepare a better medicine
than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy for dlarrhoes, dys
entary or bowel complaints. It Is sim
ply impossible, and so says every one
that has used it Sold by all druggists.
FARM INSTITUTE IN SUMMER
New Departure in Popular August Gathering at University Field
More of Mann's Ideas.
Organic Matter Life of Soil. Organ
ic matter is any material of vege
table or animal origin that will de
compose in the soil, as stubble or
corn stalks, barnyard or stable man
ure special crops grown just to add
the growth to the soil. Decaying or
ganic matter is the life of the soil.
With abundance of all elements of
plant food but no organic matter,
the soil would not be productive; It
would be dead. Practically all soils
respond to organic matter, and hence
meadow or pasture sod Is called new
land, though there may be nothing
new in it but the organic matter. And
soils will respond for a time to most
any form of organic matter, such as
rape, rye. timothy, blue grass,
weeds; but if the chemical elements
of plant food are not maintained in
the soil organic matter will not help
production very long. Nitrogen (so
easily and constantly lost from the
soil) is in the organic matter and
the maintenance of both is one prob
lem. The common corn belt soil is
as yet suffering for nitrogen only
in spots, but soon it will be required
on nearly all the land. Frank I.
Mann, Iroquois county farmer.
Foster the Food Supply. The non-
Tessie: My dear child, all the lo
tions, powders or cosmetics in the
world won't cure those pimples and
blotches. You must drive them out
of the blood. Try this and see how
quickly you will get rid of them:
Make a pint of syrup, one-half pound
of sugar to pint. Then get an ounce
of sarsene from your druggist. Mix
with syrup and take two teaspoon
fuls three times a day.
Mrs. N. S. T I really lo not know
of anything to suit your case. I
think you should consult your phy
sician. Mrs. F. M. W.: The best treat
ment I know of for eczema is the
borothol solution. Simply dissolve a
two ounce package of borothol in a
pint of hot water, add two table
spoonfuls of glycerine and apply
Ethel R. : Boro listor solution is
the best foot remedy I know of.. Use
two tablespoonfuls in a warm foot
bath every night. This solution Is
excellent for many purposes cuts,
bruises, burns, etc. -You can make
a quart for little money. Simply get
an ounce bottle of boro listor pow
der from your druggist, dissolve it
In one and one-half pints boiling wa
ter and add half a pint of alcohol.
Mrs. G. R.: Some people prefer a
dry hair tonic. Ia these cases I al
ways recommend a mixture of. two
ounces of capthol and four ounces
of powdered orris root. Dust into
the hair and rub well into the scalp.
This is not a shampoo but a hair
tonic that will stop falling hair and
Anna H.: Those yellow spots are
no doubt due to a bad liver and
stomach. I would advise a table
spoonful of olive oil night and morn
ing and this mixture for your stom
ach: One ounce compound tincture
cinchono, one ounce prosene com
pound, sherry wine half a pint. Get
these at your drug store. Mix, and
take a teaspoonful before meals and
at bed time.
TWO IN A BLOODY
FIGHT IN STREET
Innocent' Da venporter Is Set Upon by
young Man With "Snoot
A fistic encounter which caused con
siderable excitement took place this
afternoon at 1 o'clock at the corner of
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
It Beems that George Quinn, one of
the fighters, had been imbibing too
freely with firewater and thought he
would like to clean up someone, so ho
started v In on John Gabuthuler of .Dav
enport, who happened to be In the
vicinity. After Quinn had made one
attempt to down his opponent with
out success, he tried again, and Gaba
thuler, who didn't care to fight) ran
in the direction of First avenue and
on Sixteenth street, with Quinn at
his heels. Quinn overtook Gabathuler
near First avenue and then there was
a . battle royal. The police soon ar
rived on the scene and took both men
to theN station, but not kntil both had
been batered up and their faces cov
ered with gore.
STOVE IGNITES CLOTHES
House- Belonging to E. C. Blochlinger
Danxaged $75 by A ire.
The fire department responded to a
call at 1:30 this afternoon to the home
of E. a Blochlinger, 1116 Eleventh
avenue. Mr. Blochlinger occupies the
downstair and Mrs. B. Cramer resides
upstairs. The fire started upstairs In
the apartments of Mrs. Cramer and
was caused by the ignition of a basket
of clothes placed too close to a stove.
The damage amounted to about $75.
A fire of unknown origin damaged a
shed in the rear of 1015 Second avenue
yesterday afternoon at 3 : 05, The dam
age to the shed amounted to about $50.
producers, the city and town people,
must suffer first from a short food
supply. We had a lot of talk about
a boycott because so many people
cannot understand that already there
is a short food supply. It will not
be a question of prices but a ques
tion of food as long as you and I live.
There is where the right to appro
priate money for the upbuilding of
these agricultural Interests comes
from. It Is Just as much a duty to
foster and protect the food supply as
to create great navies. Ralph Allen,
Summer Institute at University. An
important new departure was decid
ed on by the Illinois Farmers' insti
tute directors in the March business
meeting when Ottawa was selected
for the next annual meeting. Director
E. W. Burroughs elected president.
Secretary McKeene and Superintend
ent Hall reelected a summer meet
ing of three days at the university,
Urbana. Aug. 16, 17 and 18. Super
intendent Hall believes that this sum
mer gathering at the university will
do more toward bringing the farm
ers of Illinois into touch with the
great source of agriculture Informa
tion than anything yet attempted,
and he regards as superior t ttrac
tions "the oldest experiment f did in
America with the 20-bushel crop of
corn growing beside the 100-busheI
crop; the clover on land treated with
rock phosphate beside that on un
treated land; the alfalfa fields, the
stock barns, the feeding experiments
with cattle, horses, sheep and swine;
the great 20-acre dairy experiment,
the buildings and laboratories, the
Many excursions of interested
farmers and young people go to the
university during the summer, and
many of these parties could be timed
to attend this institute. Thousands
of visitors spend a day or moi in
summer at such colleges of agricul
ture in neighboring states and Can
ada, and this is a fit time and fine
way for Illinois to encourage such
college visiting and offer much defin
ite information. After talking an
experiment or subject over in the lec
ture room, the actual test or demon
stration in the field the growing
crops and contrasts In growth will
be viewed, with further explanations,
questions and answers. Separate
classes will thus pursue different sub
jects at the same time.
All the Farmer Has to Do. Another
factor in the highest crop yields is
the man. His function Is to apply
details. Great variation is permitted
in this but the details must all eome
within certain fundamental laws. He
can even be an imitator and follow
the practices of those who under
stand essential principles. The farm
er does not need to investigate; the
problems of seed, soil and tillage are
worked out for him. Soil problems,
feeding problems, breeding prob
lems; in fact in every line possible
men with true scientific, spirit, with
immense plants established for re
search, are working for him. He
has free access to the results of the
ablest men. in chemistry, entomology,
botany, agronomy, etc. Frank I.
Can't Blame the Season. The weath
er is beyond our control, we can have
no influence on the rainfall, heat
and light of a season, but the rela
tion of the Boil nd crop to these
season" 1 factors can be greatjy modi
fied by the controllable factors. Hu
mus and drainage reduce to the min
imum the !njor from excessive rain
fall and from excessive drouth; and
an ab'jcdanl supply of plant food
enables the C:cp to make g re 4 of
growth with limited heat and light.
16 it ignorance that pleads the sea-
sen as. an excuse for a small crop?
Tnen there Is much educating to be
done. As time goes on the season
will be held responsible for smaller
and smaller crops by those ignorant
of soil management; while the pro
gressive farmer who knows the soil
and its needs will be growing larger
and larger crops, and he will enjoy
the variety in the weather. Frank
I. Mann. Reported by Arthur J. Bill
for Illinois Farmers' institute.
Today in the Markets
Chicago, May 31. Following are the
quotations on the market todiy
May. 94, 95, 93. 94.
July. 92, 93, 91, 93.
September, 90, 91, 90, 91.
May, 53, 55, 63, 55.
July, 56V4, 57, 56. 67.
September. 57, 68. 57, 58.
May, 85, 37, 35, 36.
July. 35. 36. 35, 36.
September, 35, 35. 34, 36.
May, 22.15. 22.35, 22.25, 22.25.
July, 22.25. 22.50, 22.12, 22.22.
September. 22.07. 22.22. 21.90. 21.90.
May, 12.50, 12.50, 12.30, 12.30.
July, 12.45, 12.52. 12.37. 12.40.
September, 12.32, 12.40, 12.22. 12.25.
May, 13.00, 13.20, 13.00. 13.20.
July. 12.45. 12.50, 12.35, 12.40.
September, 12.30, 12.32, 12.17, 12.22.
Receipts today Wheat 14, corn
386, oats 166, hogs 11,000, cattle
2,000, sheep 12,000.
Estimated receipts Wednesday
Hog market opened steady. Hogs
left over 2.100. Light 9.35 9.60,
mixed and butchers 9.35 9.60, good
heavy 9.30 9.60, rough heavy 9.30
Cattle market opened strong.
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha Hogs 9,700, cattle 5.00D.
Kansas City Hogs 14,000, cattle
Hog market closed 5c lower. Bulk
sales 9.50 9.65, light 9.35 9.65,
mixed and butchers 9.35 9.65, good
heavy 9.35 9.65. rough heavy 9.30
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed 10c lower.
Northwestern receipts Alinneapo
lis, today 44 7, last week 5 8, last
year 241. Duluth, today 15, last
week 25, last year 35.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat
3 to 3 d. lower, corn 2 d. lower.
Liverpool closing Wheat 3 lower,
corn 2 lower.
New York Stoakc,
New York, May 31. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 179
U. S. Steel preferred 117
U. S. Steal common 79
Rock Island preferred 87
Rock Island common 41
Southern Pacific 121
New York Central 117
Missouri Pacific 69
Great Northern 132
Northern Pacific 128
L. & N 145
C. F. 1 36
Canadian Pacific 196
Illinois Central 134
C. & 0 84
B. R. T 78
B. & 0 112
St. Paul 1364
Southern Railway 26
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
May" 31. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
FreBh Eggs 21c.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound, 15c
Butter Dairy, 25c; creamery, 28c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 63c to65c; oats. 44c.
Forage Timothy hay, 14 to $15.
wild hay, $14 to $17; straw, $7.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack.
00 TO THE RESCUE.
Don't Wait Till It's Too Late Fol
a low the- Example of Rock
Rescue the aching back.
If it keeps on aching, trouble
Backache Is kidney ache.
If you neglect the kidney's warn
ing. Look out for urinary trouble
This Rock Island citizen will show
you how to go to the rescue.
J. E. Pierce, retired. 813 Third
avenue, Rock Island, 111., says: "I
suffered from kidney complaint for
a long time and was often In a bad
way. My back ached almost con
stantly, I felt stiff and lame and was
bothered by a frequent desire to pass
the kidney secretions. I had often
heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and de
ciding to try thtm, I procured a box
at the Harper House pharmacy. My
experience with this remedy has been
so satisfactory that I am glad to
recommend It to other kidney, suf
ferers. I consider Doan's Kidney
Pills to be a fine kidney medicine."
For sale by all dealers. Price, 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
falo, N. T., sole agents for the Unit
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other. -
SometirAes its Kara to Keep up
witk them bat thbfe all riqkt wker tkey re
?ettirq ahead oyou theres always a place
o go for help. Our systerrx Of loatVmg
morvey is such that ary horvesT person need
not worry about the bills. We invite you to
investigate our plan and we will predictthat
it will astonish you what easy terms can be
made with us for a loan. We take a lien
on certain of your possessions but it is a .
matter of orm only as we do not wart your
property, and it remains in your honcU at
alltirnc-, Call, write or phone or our terrnv
we will be qlaa to serve you at any time.
wert 614. k.w son. FIDELITY LOAN CO.
Room 403 Best Building: (over Young: & McCombs).
BLOW TO MRS. D0XEY
Letter Written Before Alleged Mur
der of Erder Indicates Crime
St. Louis. May 31. A letter by
Mrs. Dora Elizabeth Doxey, written
to a lawyer in Des Moines, Iowa, in
which she predicted the death of a
man whose life was insured in her
favor and in which she told of the
financial embarrassment of Dr. Doxey,
her husband, was read yesterday in
her trial for the murder of William
J. Erder. The lawyer was C. H. Mil
ler, last of the out of town witnesses
against the accused woman. Mrs.
Doxey lifted her eyebrows as if in
surprise when the letters were read.
Her lawyers will contend she was
under the influence of morphine and
Irresponsible when she wrote them.
Miller also testified to a conversa
tion he had with Mrs. Doxey April
15, in which she told him about a
man whose life was Insured in her
favor. This was before her alleged
marriage to Erder. Three days be
fore her marriage to Erder, Mrs.
Doxey wrote Miller to address her
letters to Mrs. William J. Erder.
Miller said Mrs. Doxey told him her
cousin had married Erder.
Wood $4.50 per load.
Sales oft Market square in last 24
hours up to noon today:
Oats Two loads at 44c. Corn, four
loews at 63c to 65c. Hay, two loads
at $14 to $15.
HOW TO HAVE
The geranium bed should be in a
sunny place. Do not put it in the cen
ter of the lawn, because that dwarfs
the place and spoils all artistic effect.
If 'the bed is in too shady a place the
plants grow long and slender and pro
duce abundance of large leaves but do
The soil in the bed should not be
too rich. A little old rotten manure
worked Into the soil Is all they want.
In over-rich soil they grow too rank
and do not bloom well. Geraniums
unlike many other plants will do well
year after year in the same bed.
Many people have trouble getting
the plants out of pots. Turn the pot
upside down, supporting the soil with
the left hand, the stem of the plant
between the fingers. Strike the top
of the pot, turned down, sharply on a
box or block of wood. The pot will
then slip easily away from the soil,
leaving the plant with its ball of earth
in the left hand.
If the roots are densely matted pinch
them to break them apart. No matter
if you break the roots rt will do no
harm. Plant them firmly a little
deeper than they were in the pot. Give
the bed a good shaking, then leave It
alone, except to keep the top soil
$10 X-RAY EXAMINATION FREE
Many patients are treated for the wrong disease because they never
have had a thorough, scientific examination. It pays to coma to
Dr. Walsh and have a complete, scientific examination free. Also
a $10 X-Ray Examination free when needed.
1 (-...t AV II. A
A FEW from the many hundreds he has benefited and cured. No
names used without consent of patients. Names In private cases
kept strictly confidential. "Mr. A. B. Walts of Lsddsdale. Iowa. Ner
vous Prostration. Mrs J. Maroff, Wilton Jc. Heart, Stomach and
Nervous Trouble. Mrs Wm. Thome, Savannah, Eczema. Mr. Evl
Williams, Clarksdale, Kidney and Nervous Trouble. .
Catarrh, asthma, cough, rheumatism. Indigestion, scrofula, loss of
ileep, cold hands and feet, hot and cold flashes, palpitation of the
heart. Women Constipation, female complaints, nervousness, back
ache. Men Over 20,000 men have taken our wonderful treatment at
a small cost. Nervous debility, nervous fears, pimples, bash fulness,
weakness, drains, kidney, blood and skin diseases. . Varicocele, Is a
frequent cause of decline In men. Why treat with others so long,
when cur treatment takes such a short time. Names in private cases
kept strictly confidential. Chicago Medical Institute of Davenport.
flours t 10 ts 12, 2 to 4. Oa Wednesday and Saturday evenings from
7 ts 9 p. m. Sundays, 10 to 11 a. m.
stirred and the weeds down. Do not
be always sprinkling the bed. When
water Is needed, give the bed a thor
ough soaklng, and be sure to loosen
the soil the next day.
Lion Fondles a Child.
In Pittsburg a savage Hon fondled
the hand that a child thrust Into Its
cage. Danger to a child is sometimes
great when least regarded. Often It
comes, through colds, croup and
whooping cough. They slay thous
ands that Dr. King's New Discovery
could have saved. "A few doses
cured our baby of a very bad case
of croup," writes Mrs. George B. Da
vis of Flat Rock. N. C. "W al
ways give It to him when he takes
cold. It's a wonderful . medicine, fcr
babies." Best for coughs, colds,
grip, asthma, hemorrhages, weak
lungs. 50 cents. $1.00. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by all druggists.
All the news all the Urns THE
What mother is not looking or
something that will help her children
in the little ills of life, something
for the stomach trouble and the
bowel trouble? Long ago she prob
ably has become convinced that a
child cannot readily swallow a pill
or a tablet, and that to "break them
in half and crush them" is an annoy
ance; that usually they work too drasti
cally, and are nauseating- and too pow
erful (or the little on i atom on.
Any mother who will take the trouble
of sending; ber name and address-can ob
tain a free, aample bottle of a remedy
that thousands of other mothers are using
and now paying for. This remedy is Lr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and the offer ot
a free trial bottle Is pen to any mother
who has not yet used It. Having used
It and convinced yourself that It la what
you want, you can obtain It In the) fu
ture of your drurplst at fifty cents and
one dollar a bottle, Just as so many
others are doing, the free sample being
simply to convince you of Its merits. II
Is the best way to begin on It. Mrs. L.
Davis of 17 W. Harrison street. Chicago,
and Mrs. Mary Belford. 1710 Coke street.
Louisville. Ky.. both started with a free
sample and now they write that they
have never been without a bottle la the
It Is undoubtedly (treat family rem
edy, as It Is adapted to all ages, being
mild and pleasant to take and yet thor
oughly effective. It Is especially the
Ideal remedy for children and women and
old folks, who need something pure, mild
and natural It has the advantage of bo
Ing a thorough laxatlvo and yet contains
tonic properties. I 'so it for the most
stubborn constipation. Indirection, liver
trouble, sick headache, sour stomach
end such complaints with a. guarantee
that it will cure.
Dr. Caldwell personally wilt be pleased
to rive you any medlcsl advfee yoi may
desire for yourself or family pertaining tt
the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely
free of charge. 1 xplaln your rase In a
letter and he will reply to you In detail
For the free sample simply send your
name and sddress on a postal card or
otherwise. For either request the doctor"
address Is Dr. W. B. Caldwell, R.&0? Cald
well building, luontlcello, III.
No Wonder She's Cross.
The woman who has a thousand pettj
cares and annoyances while she suffer!
with headache or sidrache must not lr
blamed if she cannot always be angel
ically amiable. What she needs If
thoughtf ulness from her family and em-h
a simple and natural remedy as Ianr't
Family Medicine, the herb tea that maker
weak women strong and well. Sold b)
druggists and dealers, 25c.
Special home treatment
arranged for those who
live in the country. Our
office has been located in
Davenport for IS years.
You run no risk when you
come to Dr. Walsh because
he stays right here to back
up his advertisements.
W. Third Street, McCnllongh BIdg.