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ijtjjuBSDAY, FEB. 18, 1909.
ILAMO MEN were winners Defeated German Bowler# Last Even- ,ng at St. Mary's Alleys in a Very and Close and Excit ing Finish. 1997 TO 1981 WAS FINAL Hilier Carried Off High Average Hon- OPS and Hesbacher High 8core, Although Bowlerlng Was .a Low. The "Kegelschiebers, a team com cosed of members' of St. Maryis club, was defeated last evening at St. Mary's alleys by the Alamo team In a Terv close game, the difference in pins when the final count was made being only 16. The totals were 1,997 and 1,981. ...... •_ The Alamo bowlers won only the first game, but their total in this game was high enough to carry a victory aft-! er losing the second and third. The St Mary's men went well in the third, rolling a total of 739, which was the highest of the evening. The scores were made during the match exceptional low. Hiller was high with an average of 142. A. Schmeig was second with 141, and Hesbacher third with 137. High score went to Hesbacher who made 167 pins in his third game. The match was a very exciting one and the finish was very close. It was nobody's game until the last man had completed his final frame and a series of strikes in the tenth would ha,ye changed the tide of victory. Matches between these two teams will continue during the remainder of the howling season. The score in de tail is as follows: Alamo 1 ..117 ..148 ..138 ..129 ..149 2 Weismann O'Blenness Hesbacher Leake Westerhoft 3 129 136 108 115 120 137 121 167 151 127 .681 608 105 Kegelechlebaiv^ 1 2 Hiller Herbner ... A. Schmeig Gredell Vogel 3 .121 .106 .130 .130 ..108 159 106 143 110 128 148 15Q -50 163 12T 738 fSf! BsWiisSira 8r 'J Don't Wear A Truss MRS. L. B. ARNOLD After Thirty Years Experience I Have Made a New Discovery for Men, Women or Children That Cures Rupture. 's-'f: Costs You Nothing to Try It. If you have tried most everything else, come to me. Where others fall is where I have miy greatest success. Send attached coupon today and 1 will send you free my t-ook on Rupture and Its cure, showing my new discov ery and giving you prices and names of many pe«.jle who have tried it and were cured. It is instant relief when all others fail. Remember I use no salves, 110 harness, no lies. I sen I on trial to prove what I say Is true You are the judge and once Mig seen my book and read it you will be as enthusiastic as my hun dreds of patients whose lett you can also read. Fill out free coupon be low and mail today. It's well worth your time whether you try my dis covery or not. FREE INFORMATION COUPON C. E. Brooks, 8943 Brooks Bldg., Marshall, Mich. Please send me by mall in plain wrapper full information of your new discovery for the cure of rup ture.'' Name Address City bcate THE JURORS FOR HANCOCK COUNTY Grand Jury and Petit Jury for the March Term of the District Court Have Been Selected. Avg. A. L. Mabery, St. Albans. 127 2-3 A. M. Hartman, Bear Creek 135 Wayne Clark, Prairie. 137 2-3 John W. Davidson, Rock Creek. 131 2-3 L. B. Hamed, Dallas City. 132 Otto Engelhard, Pontoosuc. John Kropp, Walker. Fred Wag§e, Wythe. R. R. Marshall, Montebello. Avg. D. W. Smith, Sonora. 142 2-3 Wm. F. Traverse, Appanoose. 120 2-31 Powtan Maddox. Rocky Rui.. 141 C. N. Larson, Wilcox. j* 1341-3 Edward-'ohl, Warsaw. 1 107 2-3, W. H. Bicker, Nauvoo. Petit Jurors. K Samuel Urton, Prairie. p.-. NEVER FAILS TO GIVE RELIEF Chamberlain's Cough Remedy This remedy has been in use for almost forty years, and has constantly grown in favor and Popularity. It acts on nature's plan, aids expectoration, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions and effects a permanent cure. We have never known of a cold resulting in pneumonia when this remedy was used, which leads us to believe that it is a certain prevent^ of that dangerous disease. Price twenty-five cents, large size fifty cents. FOR BY WI LKINSON & C*, AND F. J. KIEDAISHGH & SON J. E. Harper, Chili. Jesse Gillenwater, Hancock. R. B. Williams, La Harpe. M. R. Kelley, Rock Creek. R. M. Hunter, Chill. S. N. Dooley, Walker. A. M. Powell, Harmony. Andrew Kirby, Dallas City. Harry Ralston, Carthage. R. M. Lamibert, Appanoose. Wlllian Howard, St. Albans. Morey Jones, Harmony. Q. J. Witze, Wilcox. M....f: Bert Aleshire, St. Marys. Is Herman Pollmiller, Appanoose Earl Yeter, Ft. Green. C. E. Parsons, Ft. Green. Alfred Bashen, Chili. in C. A. Aucelet, Bear Creek, a R. R. Marshall, Montebello. E. V. Lenlx, Hancock. Charles Miltner, Wilcox. Bud Clampits, St. Albans.:/, :. Ottis Prox, Pontoosuc. Wm. Wright, Chili. T- The follo.ving jurors have been drawn for the March termi of the Dis trict court of Hancock county, 111.: Grand Jurors. Elmer Cain, Augusta. Sid Richards, Plymouth. Willie Belknap, Hancock.' John A. Wright, I^a Harpe. William Dickhut, Chili. E. R. Scott, Harmony. r|Wi» N. M. Thompson, Pilot Grove. E. K. Symonds, Durham. v" 1 Knox Fletcher, Carthage. N. W. Lamb, Pontoosuc. Henry Bradley, Sonora. George. Ralph, Dallas City. J. C. Frank, Ft. Green. Thomas Shaw, Dallas City. r: W. E. Carnes, La Harpe.e John Gable, Wythe. J. R. Golden, Sonora. Conrad Argast, Nauvoo. Frederick Von Seggen, Sr., Is One of the Oldest Settlers in This Part of the Country. A Yan Buren county man who is ninety years of age and who is one of the pioneers of this section, is men-' tlon^d as follows in the Farmington News: One of the oldest, if not the old est setter of Van Buren county Is Frederick Von Seggen, Sr. Mr. Von Seggen was born in Germany Sept :'1\ 1 SI8. When he was seven teen years old he crossed the Atlan tice and ccme up the Mississippi riv er as far as New Orleans in the fall of !So5 In the spring off 1836 he came up the river to Churchville, no1* known as Alexandria, and from there overland to wiiere he now lives two miles west of Farm ington. This makes him a resident of this county seventy-three years. He has never been out of the county ex cept on short visits. When Mr. Von Seggen came here there were scarce ly a dozen houses in the town which we now call Farmlntgon, and not a railroad in the United States. Just now many are interested in knowing the best thing to relieve and cure a cold. They cannot do better than to take the advice of Mrs. L. B. Arnold of Denver, Colo., who speaks from personal experience. Mrs. Arnold's Recommendation "I am pleased to recommend Cham berlain's Cough Remedy as the best thing I know of, and the safest remedy for coughs, colds and bronchial trouble. We have used it repeatedly and it has never failed to give relief, and in time to cure the trouble. About four months ago I caught a severe cold which developed into a bad cough, and a few bottles of Chamber lain* Cough Remedy soon rid me of the trouble. 1 don't think anyone will ever regret using it." The Daily Gats City THE TALK THE TOWN Ninety per cent of human ailments originate In the stomach that is now proven beyond dispute. Restore the •tomach to health, and you have men tal and physical perfection. Avoid purgatives and so-called vitalizers— both are dangerous. Aches and Pains of rheumatism are not permanently, but only temporarily, relieved by external remedies. Why I From thousands of unsolicited testl I not use an Internal remedy—Hood's |mony, kindly read the foi.owing ex- Sarsaparilla, which corrects the acid-1 tracts taken at ranaom: ity of the blood on which rheumatism depends and cures the disease? CAME TO ALEXANDRIA IN THE YEAR 1836 YOU AM-OR-OU strengthens the stomach/ 'and by that means every organ In the body. AM-OR-OU is a nutrient tonic, makes new blood and sound flesh, strengthens the nervous system, and1 by its direct action on the stomach cures and prevents all abnormal condi-, I tionB of mind and body, such asJ 'Neurasthenia, Depression, Anaemia, I "Skin AfTectlons, Uric Acid. Kidney Troubles, Indigestion, Influenza anA many other ailments, all of which are( Impossible with a stomach in good con di Jon. A few days' treatment with. AM-OR-OU proves the truth of th®, Btomach theory. Test it Guaranteed 'harmless and effective. NEED T. A. McKune, Union Mills, N. C„ •writes—Sample of AM-OR-OU was fln» did just what you claimed for it, and am enclosing $1.00 for another bottle. I D. Beistle, Liberty, Mo., writes—I: believe AM-OR-OU is a good medicine land did everything that you claimed for it. Enclosed please find $1.00 for another bottle. Please rush. Geo. P. Howell Portersville, N. P., •writes—Sample of AM-OR-OU was the, 'ibest medicine I have found for its pur-, pose, and it did the work. A generous free sample of Bishop's AM-OR-OU in tablet form will be sent, postage prepaid, to anyone writing to the manufacturers. Penn Drug Co., Phila, Pa. -AM-OR-OU- With an ox team he hauled from one years of wedded life, with ten Alexandria the casting for the "Whit- children living, and their ages ninety lock Mill," the first mrtll in these and eighty years respectively.. —_ 'Vw MRS. B. ARNOLD, 2427 W. 43d Ave., Denver, Colo. For sale by Wilkinson & Co., and J. F. Kiedaisch & SOB. parts, which was west of town on In dian creek. He voted for Lincoln both in '60 and '64 here in Farmington. In 1847 he married Margaret Brlck er in Warsaw, 111. They have been members of the German Methodist church since that time. Mr. and Mrs. Von Seggen arc ifl comparatively good health today and are able to be up and around. This makes an exceptional record of sixty- Convalescence after pneumonia, ty phoid fever and the grip, is some times merely apparent, not real. To make it real and rapid, there is no other tonic so highly to be recommend ed as Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thous ands so testify. Take Hood's. CARTHAGE HERE TOMORROW NIGHT Basket Ball Game Between Rival High Schools Will be Pulled Off at Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium. Keokuk and Carthage, rivals for many years will clash in a basket ball at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium Friday I night, in a game which promises to be I the respective high schools this sea- son, but Keokuk has the best rec- the football defeat of the past fall and the local players say they will run up as high a score as possible. There will be very few more basket ball games in Keokuk during the re mainder of the winter and Keokuk peoplt should avail themselves of the opportunity of attending this one. For That Terrible Itching. Eczema, tetter and salt rheum keep their victims perpetual torment. The application of Chamberlain's Salve will instantly allay this itching, and many cases have been cured by Its WM sitiA Kir \Ai lll/inrrtn iv Pn 'a The Killing Pace. Mt. Ayr Record-News: We notice many sudden deaths of both young and those in middle life. We often see the about Postum and low expressions, "dropped dead" and ,was- killing pace." Constant application to business, no recreation, no relaxation. t,ome Some glve out at the heart and at the head. ong must keep step or be one of tie best played in Keokuk this season. fhis is certainly true In business. •This will be the first game between rpjlg o]cj were tai?1 ord and it looks to win the game. advancing procession. The cause Keokuk will attempt to wipe out is APPENDICITIS EXPERT WHOSE PATIENTS DINE IN HIS HONOR. [Dr. John B. Deaver of Philadelphia is to be the principal guest at a unique dinner on Feb. 15, when he will be entertained by more than a hundred phy sicians upon whom ihe has operated for appendicitis. Dr. Deaver is surgeon in chief at the German hospital in Philadelphia and has the record for more successful operations for appendicitis than any other man in the world. In the last twenty-five years he has operated on nearly 200 fellow physicians, and the greater number of these will attend the d. ner.] FAMOUS ACTRESS AND HUSBAND UPON A DIVORCE "i'l GOOD CHANGE. Coffee to Postum. The large army of persons who have found relief from many chronic ailments by changing from coffee to Postum as a daily beverage, is grow ing each day. The only solution of many of these stomach trouble while he drank cof cases is that we are moving at "a fee, but now. since using Postum he feels so miicli better he would not go hack to coffee for anything." Sudden death is often the result of long processes. The bow is constant ly on the bend and finally breaks. This is due modern methods rather than to choice. Men are irresistibly pu-hed on. The pace Is set by others, and mm [One of the biggest sensations in thea trical circles in recent months was the announcement of the separation of Daniel Frohman, the well known the atrical manager, and his wife, whose stage name is Margaret Illington, and who is one of the most brilliant and beautiful actresses in America. T-ie announcement was made by Frolunau at his home in New York and was sub stantiated by Miss Illington, who has been in California since her sudden retirement from the stage last Dece mber. Mr. Frohmau safd there was no scandal connected with the separa tion, that they had reached a mu tual agreement in a perfectly friendly way and that Miss Illington would proceed to obtain a divorce in California. It is rumored, however, that the actress plans to become the wife0f a California millionaire. She sa vs she will not return to the stage.] trampled to conservative methods which successful once now lead to cer- failure. Men must keep up with evolutionary and there is no telling whereunto it will grow. The application of steam as a ino- It. is only a simple question of try- lng it for oneself in order to know the rcturnlng heaith use. For sale by Wllkincon & Co.'s pharmacy and J. F. Kiedaisch & Son. :an His. jonng lad. "i Had been a coffee drinker neaiw K-lr/.ed by She writes- I all my life and it affected my stomach —caused insomnia and I was seldom without a headache. I had heard beneficial it so "died of heart failure." Just the oth- *ry er day a young man, with no exciting "I was delighted with Th° change, cause so far as the world knows, took I can now sleep well and seldom ever his own life. He had been eminently have headache. My stomica has £«•.t successful in the financial world and ten strong and I can eat without sut' his home life seemed happy. Such fering afterwards. I think my v.ho'.e cases are common. They are sugges- system greatly benefittel by Postum. tive. "My brother also suffered from concluded to quit co ee ani Name given by Postum Co., BatMe Creek. Mich. Read "The Road to Wellville," inpkgs. "There's a Rea son." Ever read the above letter? A new one app'ears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human Interest. ft W O A E E tive power has done much in this di rection. Electricity is doing still more. Mailing privileges have a great deal to do in the matter. Fierce com petition goes on in wide distances and the goal of success is the ambition of all. The pace of railroad life is some thing terrible. The ordinary workers wear out fast. The great railroad presidents must be retired early as the result of the "killing pace." Pen sion systems have been adopted as measures of relief. Our educational methods have tak en the step of the times, and even church life forms no exception. There is push and haste all along the way. The "killing pace" needs to be check ed and we need to hear the exhorta tion: "Let your moderation be known to all men." Foley's "rino Laxative cures consti pation and live trouble and ..lakes the bowels hea' iy and regular. Orir.o is superior to pills and tablets as it does not gripe or nauseate. Why take any thing else? Wilkinson & Co. and J. F. Kiedaisch & ?'on. Alexander vs. .Crosby, appellant. Powshiek reversed. One of the first to tllo an affidavit as to the purity of ingredientu con tained in a remedy were the dlnpens ers of the famous laxative tonic, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Price 50 cents or fl a bottle of any druggist. PAGE SEVEN PHYSICIANS. DR. F. C. SMITH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and Residence: S10 Main street, second floor. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. 7 to 8 p. m. Iowa 'Phone: 67*-B. AND FOR 1 DR. CORAL R. ARMENTROUT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office—Y. M. C. A. Building. Resi dence 912 Fulton street. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. evening hours by appointment. Iowa p!.one 529-Y, and Hub. phone 2092, office phone. Residence phone, Iowa, 12-M Hub. 3515. DR. J. EATON JOHNSTON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Tho only physician practicing *j~.e opathy in the county. The Smlth sonian truss fitted and guarantead. The only truss that holds. Office North side of Main street, third -oor I above Fifth. Phone 93. Residence, Ninth and Webster. Phone 4S4. P. O. Lock Box, 41, Warsaw, 111. DR. W. P. SHERLOCK, Physician and Surgeon. Office—Y. M. C. A. Bldg. Office phones: Iowa, 306: Miss. Val., 157. Residence. 912 Fulton street. Ties, phones: Icwa, 529-B Miss. Val.s®092. Office hours, 9:00 to 11:00 a. m., 3:30 to 5:"\0 p. m„ 7:30 to 8:30 even ings, 2:30 to 3:30 Sundays. DRS. OCHILTREE AND BROWN Offices and X-Ray Laboratory over City Drug Store. Dr. V. B. Ochiltree—Hours, 30 12:30 a. m., 5-6 and 8-9 p. m. Dr. W. Frank Brown—Surgery, i:ld ney and skin diseases. Hours: 2:30-4 :00 p. m. 7:45-9^ m. Sundays, 2:30-4:00 p. m. Both phones. H. D. L. COURTRIGHT, M. Office 601 Main street Special attention to X-Ray and elec trical work. Office hours, 10 to U: 30 a. m. 2 to 4:30 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 1123 Frankllr street. W. M. HOGLE. M. D. 601 Main street. Office hours, 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, C04 High street. ATTORNEYS. Felix T. Hughes. E. L. McCold HUGHES & M'COID LAWYERS rt No. 26 North Fourth i»tr®et I B. F. Jones W. R. C. Kendrick JONES & KENDRICK ATTORNEYS AT LAW I Special attention given to collection and litigation cases. Office ir. Pond building. Fifth and Main streets. I INSURANCE. Only reliable companies of larga as sets represented. H. B. BLODD, l- South Sixth Street KILLTHE COUCH CURE LUNGS THE Dr. King's WITH New Discovery C?yCHS PRICE lOo A $1.00. OLDS Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY] OR MONEY REFUNDED. 'uwumiv Des Moines] Iowa CURES LIQUOR. DR'j3 AND TOBACCO HABITS Write NOW for 8T. 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