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THE ROCK ISUAXD ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1911
Licensed to Marry. Hugo H.
Schmidt and Miss Mildred Dodda, of
Davenport; Edward J. Knaack and
EthHyn Stoker. Davenport; Herman
V. Peters. Avoca, Henrietta P. lAhl, EJ
dridjre; Nis p. Meyer and Elfrieda L.
County Physicians Meet Thirty
five physicians attended the monthly
meeting of the Knott County Medical
society at the Commercial club Tues
day evening. "Headaches" from dif
ferent stand point, -were discussed In
interesting papers by three physicians.
A general discussion of the subject by
the other members of the society fol
lowed. Dts. Frank H. First and S. B.
Hall of Rock Island were guests of the
FoHety at the meJn?.
Goes to Peoria Journal. Mr. and
Mrs. IvOuIb O. DeArmand of Janesrille,
Wis., and baby son, William David, ar
rived in Davenport, yesterday morn
ing. Mr. DeArmand went to fPeoria
n the next train to take up his duties
as advertising manager of the Peoria
Journal. Mrs. DeArmand and baby
will remain here a fw days, the guests
ot the parental home of Dr. and Mrs.
J. A. DeArmand, 429 "East Fifteenth
ftree-t .after which she -will join her
husband In Peoria to make their fu
ture home. Mr. DeArmand has been
secretary of the Janesville, Wis., Com
mercial club for about a year.
Kahl Jury Disagrees. After delib
erating over two hours the jury on the
rase of Benjamin Kahl. charged with
assault and battery, disagreed in the
court of .luetic W. R. Maines. About
n dozen witnesses, including Mr. Liuch
tfnberg, who was standing on the op
ro6ite ld of the -wagon at the time
William Bryant, the prosecuting wit
nens. was knocked or shoved off the
wagon, were heard. Both the principal
witness and the defendant were placed
on the witness Ftand and both testi
fied as to the language used by Bry
ant. The former admitted the use of
improper language but would not agree
to 'the testimony of Kahl that it was in
sulting or abusive. Other witnesses,
including those living in the neighbor
hood testified, and considerable testi
monv was adduced as to the previous
Laxative Cough Syrup
Cures When All Fail
Make It at Home.
This fine recipe when prepared
at home Is said to make the sur
est. acting cough cure ever heard
of. It has curtd many in five
hours by the ckct. Fine for the
grip, colds, sore throat, and
chronic bronchitis of old people,
too. Any one can easily make it
at home a full pint costing less
than &0 centB. Obtain a
ounce package of essence men
thol laxene and make it into a
pint of syrup by following simple
directions contained in package.
You make the symp of granu
lated sugar and mix. Eight to
ten dfe dally create a laxative
action, of the bowels and the
cough and cold are soon cured,
an the poisons are carried out of
the srystem. It relieves the tight
est cough in one hour and cures
the chronic cough of old people
quicker and surer than anything
ever heard of; while K is just
fine for children's coughs, as
they like it. and by its laxative
tonic effect it prevents pneumo
nia, fever and other complica
tions of colds.
Thoe in this city who hsva
tried It think it is the best thing
ever discovered to relieve and
cure throat and lung trouble.
Here is the formula:
Kwrre menthn-hixer.e . . 2 4 on.
GraiuiUti1 smear syrup. 13 'a cx.
Compared with labeled syrups,
you save $3 or $4 by making at
'I'tSaci yju sd,a tea ot COAX.
' tU-i --. -as tke rXce t
it . 64seJci -Is- what we (ur
'!;ilatee. C weey so re.
FRAZEQ COAL CO.
OUIe, ltd Tlrfartl Ave.
, Wat Ml KMMsl.nL
character at Kahl, which was said to
be good. The case hinged on the
rights of Kahl, as to whether "re a so n-
able force" laid down by the law was
exceeded "by him In this particular
Pawns Trombone In
Hininv himself tn h rrca-n fi.Ma nf
Kentucky where he made a big spludge
among fhe colored folks with a trom
bone he lifted from the properties of
the Burtis opera house about two
weeks taa-o and than nawnins- the in-
Rtrnmrat before reti?rninp- tn Daven
befor returning to Daven -
port. Oorge Estes. a colored janitoriof her cousin, Mrs Rose O Brien. of that
and musician is under arrest and will i city, which occurred m inaon, wig
he beld on a charge of larceny from a land, Monday, following an operation,
building;. He failed to furnish bonds j
when brought to the police station John AJ'n Wilson,
awaiting his hearing. The loss of the ! Jn Allen Yl llwm was orn ni
trombone was not discovered until j Rural. Rock Wand county. May 14.
Estes had flown from the city ard to j 151. In ?2 he was married to Jen
i. -. i nif Sent nnd took his bride to his
inn wh r ill r r mpi ti f nil 1 imp I tfin-
ixi i 1 1 uau icYTii cm- i i . . -
the theatre doing odd;bovhood home, where they lived until ; face ln tn1 opInlon ot tne village au
d when his eyes alight-1 139. That year they moved to Xe- j thorities. and the board voted to re-
janitor work and
ed upon the instrument, he could not
resist the temptation to purloin it and
once in jossession did not risk arrest
here but took it eouth to pawn it. At
the station be admitted having stolen
the instrument and said he pawned it in
a Kentucky shop for a small sum. trouble, sin-ply going to sleep, lie
O i ceased early in life became affiliated
Mav Na PrnnMute. Tt Is likelv ! with the A. F. and A. M. lodge of
that Lee Ware, who stabbed and beat j Orion, and held his membership the
up 6am Petersen in a family fight in! until death claimed him. He was a
their rooming house in the western j charter member of the "Woodmen and
part of town Monday evening, will not ' Royal N'eichbor lodzes at Rural. H3
be prosecuted on the charge of as-jlpaves behind a widow and six chil
sault with intent to inflict great bodi-jdren: Arthur M. of Emmet, Neb.;
ly Injury as it is said .that Petersen j Alma E.. Chicago; Harry T., Eagle
does not intend to push the case. He j Iake, Texas; Mrs. H. W. Bailey,
is at present in St. Luke's hospital j Orion ; Maude E., Chicago, and Mrs.
where he was taken after the cutting E. B. Gaddis, Lincoln, Neb.
GENERAL T. J. HENDERSON
FATHER OF HENNEPIN CANAL
General Thomas J. Henderson, who
died in .Washington, was buried yes
terday at his old home in Princeton.
Thomas J. Henderson was a native
of Brownsville. Haywood county,
Tennessee, being born Nov. 23, 124. jate, and served with such men as N. B.
He was the son of Colonel jJudd, Silas I,. Bryan, B. C. Cook, and
WilHam H. and Sarah ( How- W. C. .Goudy, and was at that time the
ard) Henderson. The father was j yr-cngest member of that body. Those
a native of Kentucky, and there, were exciting times. The whig party
spent bis boyhood and youth, and lu j had ceased to exist, and the newly or
the war of 1312 joined a regiment of jganized republican party had sprung
mounted riflemen. At the close of the '"to existence. As an anti-Nebraska
war be removed to Tennessee where, man he we elected to the house, but
he wag sheriff oC Stewart county for a 'as a republican he was elected to the
term, later moving to Haywood coun-senate. The celebrated Kansas-Ne-ty,
from which county he was senthraska act ha been passed. The
to the state senate. In 1836 William j southern states were attempting to
H. Henderson moved his family to the j force slavery up.ui the newly organized
then new state of Illinois, settling a j territories, and the north, much against
hort distance south of Toulon. His jits will, was forced to recognize the
home was a hospitable refuge for (great power wielded by- the south and
judges, lawyers, preachers and indeed! that that section was determined to
all classes of travelers, and until thehave Its way rccrarrliess of eonse
court house at Toulon ".vas completed ; nuances. In this political fight Mr.
It might rave well been called tre
court house at Stark county, as one
historian says. In 1846 this remarka
ble man again moved, this time to
Iowa, and died in Johnson county in
1864, full of years and honors
The boyhood of T. J. Henderson wasi'mion was begun, ft may we; be sur
epent In his native state, and uuulmised on which fide Henderson was
11 years of age, be attended the com-1 to e found. In almost every school
mon schools and the male academy at district In Ptark county he addressed
Brownsville. Tenn., and during the ! his fallow rit iy.etis, urging enlistments,
last year commenced the study of a'"i r'eariing with all to stand by thfe
Ijatin. When his faiher's family he -administration and the union,
came to jStark county. III., where he j In th minmer of S62, when the call
attended the pioneer schools of this came fnr Soninn more, Mr. Jlender-
locality. Nine years later he again
went with the family to Johnson coun-j"ok
ty. Iowa, where he entered the btate
university at Iowa Cty. and spent one
term, mor xo urn,, nowever, e nau
taught country schools more than a :
year. On leaving the university he re-.
turned to Stark county, and taucht .
the first term of school in a huildin.tf
just erected for that purpose in Tou
lon. He then clerked in a store for
nearly a year, and in the fall of is 17
wa elected clerk of the county com
missioners' icotirt of Stark county, and
served as such until the office was
changed tn that of clerk of th county j
court, to which office he was elected
and served until 1853. While discharg
ing; th duties of these offices, which
were not very arduous at that time-.
h continued his law studies, and in
passed an examination and was
admitted to practice. On expiration
of his term as clerk, in is S3, he open
ed as office in Toulon and commenced
the practice of his chosen profession.
Law and politics seemed to go hand
To Keep the Hair
Healthy and Growing
1 Marion Harlow ln Woman's Srhcre. )
shampoo mixture is made simply by j var ho,re brevPttri1 a f(r,eadler.pcn.
mixing a half pound of corn meal wu;era, for con!uct. drin fhe
four ounei of amototie. Put in a fruit.. ; .-
jar and stir and shake until thorough- j
u oprmaif a o.espoumu.
this mixture over the hair, then brush
out thorooghly and jour scalp will be
RrvHnkle a lihlpsnnnnf ,.1 . 7.
cleaa and your hair light and fluffy.
"It takes out every particle of oil,
dust and dandruff, brings out the nat
ural color of the hair and if anything
will make the hair grow amototie will.
"Too much soap and water cause the
hair to become faded, dull and brittle
Dry shampooing tjiak.es it long, thick j
and glossy. Then, too, hours of time
are saved and there is no danger of
catching cold after a dry shampoo."
and is reported as getting along well
towards recovery. Ware is still con
fined in the county jail and will be
held until definite disposition is mads
of the case.
Obituary Record. Mrs. John P. Ker-
' rlgan, 121S Scott street, yesterday re-
ceived a message announcing the
! uath of her mother. Mrs. John Mc-
Donougb, which occurred at her home
In Geneva, N. Y.
Mrs Julia Flannery, lf,23 Kent
street, Davenport, has receivea wuru
1 from St. Paul, announcing tne neam
braska and have maae taeir uume
there since, spending the winters in
Illinois an.i the south. Saturday, Feb.
4. at 2:30 p. m.. on the train between
San Antonio and Ragle lAke, Texas.
Mr. Wilson passed away with heart
in hand in that day, and in 1S51 T. J.
Henderson was -elected a member of
the Illinois legislature and served in
that capacity a term of two years. In
l.SCo he was elected to the state sen-
Henderson entered heart and soul
The election of Abraham Lincoln in
ISr.O furnishe-i the pretext for the
southern states to carry out their
tlreat. Secession as were passed,
and the war for the preservation of the
: son determined to enlist, and at once!
the field an.l soon succeeded in j
iais,n- a cmj any, wh en reame -i
I'art of the 1 12 th. resiment. Illinois Vol- j
. v. , 00ruiniiug in camp.
h permission ,f Governor Yates, the J
r ment was permitted to elect its j
colonel, and Mr. Henderson received !
the unan.mo.is vote, both cf officers
m jin.aiHii. vm inn zza or isepi em
ber, 1 S 0 2 . the reciment was muft;re;!
into service and immediately ordered
to the front. Its record for nearly
three years follow ing is a part of the
k'storv of that sfrupgle. In the carc-
paiens through fJrorgie- and Tennis
see, the llitli. w;)S per at the front,
its colonel winning the irood will cf
hi. superior officers for his conscicn- i government more than $3,000,000. Re
tious discharge of every duty devolv- i turning home in 1S73 he formed a part
ing .upon him. "Always hopeful, al- 'nership with Judge II. M. Trimble,
ways prompt, always courageous, a 1 ! which continued for many years,
niopt loya! PuUorilinate. and a most! In General Henderson was one
nhle and devoted leader," was the re-c-jof the presidenttonal electors for the
ord given him by Major General J. D ' state t large, and cast bis vote for
Cox, under whom he Ion? served. At 1 General (Jrant. In 1S70, he success-
:he battle of r.vF;-.ra. Georgia, May 14. j fully sought the nomination for con
,4, he v.-.is severely wounded and'rees, and in 1874 was nominated and
lay In a h .ita! for some time, after elected a member of the 44th congres3
hich ho was grnnted a furlough and j from the Sixth district. During that
ram bonif to reciiperatp. Returning term he served on the railways, ca
to ,his rtgimfit, the 3d brigade, 3d!na!s. and pension committees; in the
iivis'on, "'d army corps, was organiz-o-i
by him, and he was aligned to its
icomraapd. As comrr.aider of this hri-
a" ? ' 'I T
Tpnnfss ,h commission datin:
- November n.n
j' The 'war' over. th rm.nf ttn,
' ' . . ' . . I
pnnfssc tfio pvrimusum 1tm?r
mustered out cf service, General Hen
derson returned to his home in Tou
lon. Starli county, and quietly resumed
the practice of law. Here he remained
until March. lfCT, when he moved to
Princeton and formed a partnership
with tre late Joseph J. Taylor, in the
practice of his profession, which was
continued until l?l. At that t!mo the
general was appointed by President
tyrant as United States collector of in-
Asks 20 Year Franchisee-Franchise
right in the village of Watertown are
being sought by the Mollne, East Mo
line & Watertown Railway company.
A 0-year franchise, drawn by the com-
I pany's attorneys, was submitted at a
meeting of the board of trustees ot
the village Tuesday evening. It has
neen rererrea to w. u. uaner. village
attorney, and will b
be considered at a
special meeting later in the month.
The internrban company Is operating
through the village of Watertown at
the present time under terms of a per
mit issued by the board of supervis
ors 10 years ago. Grading that has
been done in the vicinity of the Water-
town hospital has brought a sewer j 47th he was chairman of tJbe cora
from that institution too near the sur-;mittee on military affairs; in the 4Sth,
, quest e state to set this sewer at
greater depth or to remove it entirely.
Odor from the sewer, the officials as
sert, is at least unpleasant. If not a
menace to health.
Laziest Man in County. Gust Peter
son, conceded to be the laziest man in
Rock Island county, has been sentenc
ed to jail for 38 days. Peterson is a
Moline man, who is a bricklayer by
trade and capable of earning $5 per
day, but it is impossible to induce him
to work. Peterson chums with a man
named Al Ray, and they were arrested
together. They deliberately stopped
an officer and asked him for money.
Realizing that they were anxious for
a trip to jail, the officer passed up the
pair. They followed, insisting that ho
give them money. Finally he grew
angry and escorted the pair to police
headquarters. The police magistrate
was summoned and he sentenced each
man to serve 38 days In jail. So anx
ious were the pair to begin their lazy
task that they took the mittimuses
and went to Jail without an escort.
Held for Bicycle Theft. Albert War-
aged 14, was arrested charged
with the theft of Charles Tambur's
bicycle. The lad's home was former
ly in Marsballtown, Iowa, where his
father is an inmate of the old soldiers'
home. His mother lives at 231 Thirty
fourth fetreet. Molin. The lad admits
that he stole the bicycle Sunday fore
noon, and that he rode to the orphans'
home north of Davenport. He was in
this home three years, leaving a month
ago, when he came here to live wit'i
his mother. The snow storm forced
the boy to abandon the wheel, and he
left it at the bluff Are station in Daven
port. He returned to Davenport and
was arrested while trying to sell the
Fifth Avenue Widening. The sec
ond step forward under new plans for
the widening of Fifth avenue from Fif
teenth to Eighteenth street, was taken
yesterday, when the board of local im
provements met and recommended pas
sage of the improvement ordinance by
the city council. The ordinance will
be submitted at the next meeting of
the council, after which the proceed
ings will be carried into the county
court. Estimate of Engineer Clark G.
Anderson Is that the improvement will
cost $fi,131.95, exclusive of the cost of
ground taken and of damage to abuk
i ting property.
Obituary Record. Peter Melin who
bad been ln failing health the last four
y. ars. died yesterday at his home 1521 '
Seventh avenue. He had been suffer-1
ir)G wilh consumption He was a grind-
er ly trade and worked for Deere &
Ca niany Tear8 prloP to time he
was takfn , Ho wa. v-,- M. -
;1Sx5, in Sweden. His widow and three
j daughters, Alice, Sadie and Hazel, sur
ternal revenue for the fifth Illinois
district with headquarters at Peoria.
During the two years h waji con
nected with that office he collected
and fumed over to the .general
4".th coneress he served on claims; in
the 40th on commerce; in the
Dumb Chills and Fever.
Douglasville. Tex. "Five years
-Ught .'. ."f "Jn at the
wrong lime, writes SUSS MD8 ttum-
erford cf Doualasville, '"and from
that time, was taken with dumb
chills and fevers and suffered more
than I can tell. I tried everything
tbp.t I thought would help, and had
four different doctors, but got no re
lief, so I began to take Cardul. Now
I feel better than in many months."
Cardul does one thing, and does it
well. That's tha secret cf lt so
years of success. A a tonie, there is
nothing in the drue store likl it- As
a remedy for women's ills, it has no
equal. Try it. Price 1.
to. vw ' i!
Gold Medal I
L Flour J I;
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49th and 50th congresses he served
on the committee on rivers and har
bors; in the 52d and 53d he served on
rivers and harbors, and also on bank
ing and currency. For eight years he
served as . member of the Sixth dis
trict, and for 12 years from the sev
enth. After his first terra he was al
ways renominated by acclamation.
His greatest service as a member of
congress, as he regarded it, was rend
ered as a member of the committees
on commerce and on rivers and har
bors in the improvement of the water
ways of the country, and his princi
pal achievement was the securing of
the construction of the Hennepin ca
nal, and this is a movement of which
he may well be proud. For 20 years
be was one of the most popular of the
soldier-statesmen in congress, and his
name stood for honesty, integrity and
everything that is good in politics and
General Henderson was married
May 2, il849, to Miss Henrietta But
ler, of Wyoming, Stark county. She
was born in New York city, Aug. 11,
1830, and is the daughter of Captain
Henry and Rebecca (Green) Butler, of
Wyoming, 111. By this union four chil
dren have een born: Gertrude R..
wife of Charles J. Dunbar, of Prince
ton; Sarah E., wife of Chester M. Dur
ley, of Princeton; Mary ., wife of John
Farnsworth, of Washington, D. C;
Thomas B., of Princeton.
Fraternally, General Henderson was
a Mason, holding membership with
blue lodge, chapter, commandary and
Tn tha Citizens of Rock Island: X
announce myself as a candidate for
commissioner, subject to your approval
at tha primary.
ORRIN 8. HOLT.
To the Citizens of Rock Island: 1
hereby announce my candidacy for the
othce of mayor, subject to the decision
of the voters at the primaries to be held
Feb. 28. A. M. SCHR1VKR.
To the Voteds of Rock Island: I de
sire to respectfully announce my candi
dacy for the nomination for mayor ut
the primaries to be held Ken. 28. 191 1.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
To the Voters of Rock Island: I here
by announce myself as a candidate for
commissioner at the nominating pri
mary, Feb. it.
ALEXANDER J. DE SOLAND.
719 Twenty-third street.
C R. Chamberlin for Mayor. The un-
dersiaued announces his candidacy fori
mayor of the city of Rock Island undfr
the commission form of government, at ;
the primary election Feb. 28.
C. R. CHAMBERLIN.
To the Voters: I desire to announce
myself as a
candidate for the office of
ect to the primary election
b. 2. If honored by elec
tion. I will endeavor to give an admin
istration worthy of the coDUdence of
the citizens of Rock Island.
E. C. HART.
To the Voters of Rock Island: I will
be a candidate for nomination as com
missioner at the primary in tnis city
Keb. 29. I am now serving as assistant
chief of the Rock Islaud Are depart
ment, and have been Identified with the
department 14 years. I have been a tax
payer many years and have my home in
the Sixth ward. rETER FRE Y.
2683 Seventh avenue.
To the Voters of Rock Island: I here
by announce myself a candidate for
commissioner of tbe city of Rock Is
land, subject to the decision of the vot
ers at tbe primary Feb. 2. If nomina
"i and elected. I will look after the
affairs of the city with the same fidel
ity and seal that I devote to my private
CHAJtLES L. THOMPSON.
To the Voters of Rock Island: I here-
hv announce mvself a esndldste fnreom-
mtsstuner und'-r the new form of ov-1
ernm-nt. subject to the primaries of j
Feb. 28, with the assurance to the pub-
He that If nominated and elected I shall
not disappoint them In my efforts ti
give them a good and economic govern
ment. 'Noug-n said.
JONAS Q EAR.
(Ot Elgntsentn street.
To the Voters of the City of Rock Is
land: I. the undersigned, submit myself
as a candidate for commissioner, sub
ject to your approval at the primary to
be held Feb. 28. 1111. If nominated and
elected. I will look after tbe city's af
fairs with the same interest as 1 would
my own busiaess or private affairs.
Trusting that I will receive your sup
port. I am. yours very truly.
LOCIS C. FOUL
To the Voters of Rock Island: I here
by announce myself as a candidate for
commisfiooer at the nominating pri
mary, Feb. 21. I was born in Rock Is
land and have resided here all my life.
For the past If years I have been in
the retail drug business. For 10 of those
years I have been located In the Blxth
ward, my present place of residence and
business. If chosen for commissioner, I
will give my entire tine to the work of
tbe city. A. J. KlCeS.
To the Voters of Rock Island: In the
announcement of my ca.ndi4acy for com
missioner, and to assure you that I am
ahfolutely sinotre in my ideas aa to
what should constitute a aood city gov.
t'nmtut, i desire to add I have taken
oath before Judge Olmsted, that.
In the event of my election,
should I fall to meet the expectations
of those who elect me. 1 will resign af
ter the first year without any recall. I
am anxious to serve the city; am not
after the salary, and am willing to
rlKht for a square deal for the people.
I am not related to Napoleor the Great,
but have some of bis fighting qualities,
just the same.
LEON NAPOLEON BOCRDBAU.
To the Citizens of Rock Island: I
wish to announce that 1 am a candidate
for mayor, subject to the primaries
Tuesday, Feii. 28. I am not an ex
tremist on any question, and in the
vent that I am chosen for mayor, shall
show no favoritism, but shall endeavor
to further the best Interests ef all our
citizens, morally, financially and pro
gressively. I am conducting a success
ful business and am confident that I
can serve the people of Rock Island
honestly and efficiently. Soliciting your
support. I am
Very truly yours.
CHARLES M. B0UDER8.
1226 Fourth avenue.
To the Voters of the City of Rock Is
land: At the earnest solicitation of my
many friends throughout the city. 1
have decided to announce my candidacy
for commissioner, subject to your ap
proval at the primary to be held Feb.
ZH. I have been a resident and taxpayer
of the city of Rock Island for over 40
years. If elected to this position, I
pledge myself to conduct the affairs of
the city ln an honest, upright and business-like
manner, giving ray entire time
to the requirements of tbe city's wel
fare. 11KNKT LEMBl'Ra
816 Seventeenth street.
To the Citizens of Rock Island: Ij
have decided to become a candidate for
commissioner before the primaries to be
held Feb. XK. and desire to express my
gratitude for the kind and generous
manner In which my friends have sign
ed my petitions, which hve been cir
culated in my behalf. I have had ex
perience in public affairs in the orttce
of assessor and think have proven wor
thy and capable. If I am so fortunate
as to secure a place on the ballot fol
lowing the primaries, and am elected
one of the commi-esloners of Rock Is
land under the new system. J will give
the people the brst that Is in me In
honest and conscientious attention to
duty. Yours truly,
JACK C AULD.
To the Voters: I hereby announce
myself as candidate for the nomination
of commissioner at the primaries Feb.
28, 1911. t". I- CA Rl'BNTER.
834 Twenty-fourth street.
To the Voters of the City of Rock Is
land: I believe in municipal ownership
of all public utilities. I believe In the
city doing all Its own contract work. I
believe better work and material can be
had at less cost to the city. Did you
ever stop to figure that If you were paid
for the franchises (you have given away
without any compensation) what Wall
street values them at, tho Interest on
them which you pay Wall street would
pay all the expenses of the city and
schools and then there would be money
left. In fact, you would have no taxes
to pay. I believe from my business ex
perience I would be capable of helping
to bring about the above condition.
OSCAR K. APPLK.
Candidate for Commissioner.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbeht Cook of Rock
iKiarj(j vUltfd here tbe latter part of
the week with Mrs. M. Ll Cook.
Mrs. M. K. Whitehead. Mrs. Hiram ,
Whitehead and Mrs. William White-1
head were vUiting relatives at Water-1
Constipation, Neglected, Opens the Gateway to ALL
HUMAN ILLS Yet HOLLISTER'S ROCKY MOUN
TAIN TEA Quickly Relieves Constipation.
Ftop up. for an extended period, one of
the natural outlets sewers of tbe body,
and the consequences are always
serious- often dangerous f Waste
matter retained in the bowels, produces
poisons and disease germs which con
taminate and pollute the entire
system in time spreading weak nan and
disease to every organ.
A chronic costive condition produces
impure blood, dizziness, headache,
backache, nervous maladies, piles. 1
inflammation and ulceration 01 tre
bowels even the dreaded appendicitis!
K,lr.lv nt -iifTerer from rnmtin&tion tin '
I afford to delay a single hour in correct-
j ."j.T i
IK such a dangerous condition.
but neither can one afford to take any
drastic purgative or cathartic. Any
thing which acta violently upon the
bowels must do more harm than good
because it weakens the bowel muscles,
in time absolutely incapacitating them.
One dose may force a passage, but nest
day, or the day following, you are
again constipated a&d you must gr&J-
Tlscro 7& aiy ono
BusJlarly named remedies eesMtlmes
aeeerre. This first sad origlpal Cold Tablet
le a WHITE PAOHAalK with black
and red lettotac aod bears tbe signalers of
v is 7y
Life (C :
for Starved Hair
C s 1 t .J 1.
Inns; hair folltolert shtivl oum l(i
dandruff cUf brUUoua of bmir 1
come. this. strMfly sad luunu
aeatlv maaaired Into tha soalo nonr-
ir-hea sender tlssuss and drlns roots.
Vhea the are healthy. dandruff dis
appears, tae hair grows tn pieuMf ally
becomes long. soft, glower lenillngcharm
sod faaclnatloB to the almplest oollfurs.
HMtualiitlMfaMla I ium boUiW-biyb r
ttlinlM. kll tjiskss
Ont Pint Hair Tonlo
Props' sar B Tmta. M Mtii en. St eiliiaf
U-plnt M rt) of OroSol wjr, than W)Ur m 1
OuImL So fed erassls Mo. '
mll4 on rerolp or srtoo.
special orpse so as rtr m. '
soe I Os In ! to aevor aoolsa.
watl esoopowo Xrlrni to.
coofta rwtsiwteti co., n wo !., cmesso
m ID IMfiT
town Friday and helped Mm. C. W".
Johnston celebrsts hr birthday anni
versary. Mr. and Mrs. August Light of IMan
snt Va-lley, lows, visited at C. ti. Ia-
Mrs. Clar. Holland of Rock Island
greeted Hampton friends Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter PIook and
daughter Minnie visited Hampton rel
atives the latter part of lost week.
Mrs. Rex Wood of Rork Island ha
been visiting at Harry UDdcrwood'a.
Edward Mohr has moved hit family
here from Davenport. They are llvini?
In the dwelling owned by Mr. Mohr s
father on River street
Falls Victim to Thieves.
S. V. Fends of Coal City. Ala
has a Justifiable grievance . Two
thieves stole bla health for I S years.
They were a liver and kldnv trou
ble. Then Dr. King's New Life Pills
throttled tbem. He's well now. I'n-
for constipation, malaria.
headache, dyspepsia. 25 cents, at all
ually increase the doss to secure tb'l
Rocky Mountain Tea
arts mildly without griping -upon
the bowels. It soothes and strengthens
tbe delicate mucous linioes of the Ixjw-Ii
it doesn't scour and weaken. No
minerals no poisonous drugs!
Nature's own remedy composed of
the medicinal kerbs, roots, leavrs and
seeds that in by-gone generation were;
tKpml lv nur .r.nHirK.il.i-ni In nmii.N
the family medicine now crown, gath
rr . V ' -
ered and assembled in scientific pro
portions proven correct by thirty
I IS MM SUM thS
f, euratr tie Kun It Is a curat
Ivor rsv1sto eaS sts baacaWalttr 11 mI.
4 ax caet) bide. It m. k tfi vail
ao4 kaapa y,t -cla.a (be ll"a J sti4 laaw
UP Ha wtH arataa.
Hulllatar's Hkr Meuetala Tae Nutea .
tbe Tt la cshlat fom turn put up In s r.v-r .ant
tATaaa ffT Swar people aai tra.alera. W-rfS
Uteu- ajb Is SatS It rt VI allo aaS t-'-'-na.
A aU aVtnasl.ia Its lee r Kuuau,