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CGHSERVATIOH OF CUE IS HOW
. A PROBLEM FOB THE ill
3 SUMMERFIELD'S TRUST THE PEOPLE
Six Months Until
1 The Next
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1911.
fln?r.rnnr p ann a?rnn sna
Used In Hunting
E lkT year the biological surrey
makes a report covering the
progress of game protection la
the felted States. The reports
mart a Ftecd.r progress In the move
ment for the increase of frame by prop
agation and the establishment of game
preserves. This year's report, just
published. Is made by T, 8. Palmer and
Henry Oldys. They relate that the In
creaFed popularity of the automobile
by huntsmen wa? marked, and the
possibility of utilizing the aeroplane In
duck shooting was demonstrated by
an experiment In southern California
last November. So far as Is known.
Only a Littla More Than
2,000 Buffaloes Left
belonging to Michel Tablo, which have !
thus far defied all attempts at cap- j
ture, ere supposed to number about j
seventy -five. It was announced in the j
autumn that a hunt would be organ- j
lzed by the owner of the herd. The j
state warden Immediately took steps j
to nrevent the hnnt tinder th nrn- !
visions of an old Montana law prohib
iting the killing of buffalo at any time
In tLe state
Waterfowl and Woods Game.
From the gunner's viewpoint the
waterfowl season was not satisfactory
last year, but from the standpoint of
this was the flrt attempt made to nse ! the gam conservationists it seems to
the aeroplane in Fhootlng game. ! bave ln Ter-V favorable. On the At-
Anotber Innovation was frowned ; lantlc ocast the number of canvas
npon when a Maine court Imposed a i c)3 aad redheads was greater than
fine upon a nonresident for using one of j nsnal n the Long Island bays and on
the recrrtlv invented silencers on his the Massachusetts coast, but much
ri3e while out aftor der This was srauer tha usual on the Busqueban
the first convinion la anv court fori na flaf3 and Currituck sound, where
this new oOnse. Another Important 1 tbese pP!efl are anally abundant
court decision vras that of the supreme ! CanvasbacLs are reported as numerous
court of Pennsylvania prohibiting the 1 f n? Increasing on Cayuga lake, cen
nse of automatic guns. In Pennsyl- ! tral New,Tork' WEerc re Ver-T
vanla aisn th i,x r,r,,1i.H;r,, the scarce a Cozen years ago.
j . ......... t. . . . .
possesion of firearms by aliens was
n;he!d la tLe lower murts, and in con
rfTjutfe the disarming of aliens has
made rapid progress.
A count Uiiieu by the American i
r.ison sor-p.f r chows a total of 2.1GS j
pure bio .! buffalo In North Amerh a j
comparM with 1.017 at the date of -th
lnt -c:isii, made la l!OS. Of j
thee 1.007 are in captivity la the Unit- j
rd States, r,2'. are in captivity iu Can
nda and 1T.' are wild. The corre- j
Bpofding fi-.-ires for lOfiS were 1,11 J, '
47i and T!, de"rease in the nuin- )
ber in the T'niied Stiites was caust d i
by tr.n lurt-o purrhasr-s niadi by t?,e j
Can.'Uiiiii povTiim-nt. The total num
ber of 1miT:.!'- has. hov ever, increased
by nearly -i(.
Tiie lar- herd-; in private hinds
ere i.ow tioHe of t 1j Soldiers" ('reek
Iiark nt l'.el vi.iere. Kan.: the renjuij
dr of the I'aljio Lerd at Ronan,
Mont.: the P.lue Mountain I"oret as
fociation lu-rd at Nev.-j.ort, N. ii.: the
I.t:iie lier.l at Vuvuv, Okhi.: the Phil
lips !.t rd ; I' erre, S. the fU.-ul-night
:t-rtl ut ;M.dulght, Tex., and the
DooJey herd on AtitHope island. In
Great fait 1: I.e. The our:.mr buffalo
ALL THE TIE
Shelihorn Lady Suffered a Grcd
Deal, Eut is All Right Now.
Ehellhorn. Ala. In a letter from this
place. Mrs. Carrie Mot says: "A short
time tio, I c rjim need to have weak
tpt-lU and Lct-daekcs. I felt Led all
the time, an 1 food grew so bad I
couldn't stay up. I thought I wor.ll die.
At laft my husb-u-J cot rr.e a bcttlo
of Cardul. a:ii it helped r.-.f, r.l he got
tome more. After I had taken tho
second bottle, I iu entirely well.
I wish every lady, suffrrliis frcm
womanly trouble, would try Cardul.
It is the best medicine I know of. It
did me mere good than anything I over
Cardut is a woman's tcrsio a
rtrengthcnlng mcdieiria for women,
made from Ingredients that act Fpe-cinc-ai'.y
on the womanly orsrans, and
thus help to build up the womanly con
Hit utlca to glowing good health.
As a remedy for wenan'a Ills, !t has
a surrwsf.f'il record of over CO years.
Your dru-'gist sells it. Please try it.
N. E tr.fr f- -.' ivis-y trr . Chi
Pf MtJ.. ir.t Co . Cna-.'.'nf-K. 1 ''- flri'll
l;;'rnrr t.t, rri tA rr ':. "Hrw T.-,atir.-Bt
Wuc.en. ' nt -.ii r wraprf. tJi i-'-iut.
Daiy Idwrn Chicago
t"doi-.4o aTfruina :: e
est a::J inot luxurious
Onlv One Niiht
On the Koad
-el u.l score
l'..tcr, valet to r:e
library, are ouly a
. i.ie tiafn dftitttlve.
. roi ra sieepscg
let i rcaiht s aud thiir
L s' f c v - i ; t- r a ry -o t . s c r v a
tar, ai d dining car
a at rra-
S. T. Buyd.
iv. rafs. Ag-,
. Ii. Pijaju:.-r.
C. P. Agec:.
U c:-: islai.-.
Introduced pheasants Feem to have
; held their own In sections vhore they
' have become established and in some j
i Instances show an Increas". In the
j region cround Buffalo, N. Y.. where j
phootlng is permitted fnr a short sea- (
son in thf fall and where 13 fit. It Is
! estimate, were killed iu 103, the
sto-k does rot seem to have ben di
minished. In the Genesee val'ey and
in the region around Cauar.dai.crua
pheasants have become quite numer
ous. In Massachusetts the birds Feem
to be holding their own, and the same
is true of Ohio.
Iu no place where th.-y have been
I liberated have LIungcriuu partridges
i let become fui'y established, and in
! (f ferai regions where iarire sums have
i been si-nt in the attempted ui clima-
i tizution of these birds tiic.v are re-
ported to have d:.apj'-aivil t.'irough j
climatic or other causes. Oihr foreign ;
I game birdi have practically ail dis- j
j appeared from the regions where they j
; have been iiljerated. j
Indiana bought and d'Mrilmted S.rw,'0
pr.rtride.s and Now .7(rey h.iku par- j
iridges and 4.'.ix. English rinsuock !
pheasants during the year; Missouri
arranged for the purchase and uitri-
I Imtion of iartriIges; C'a!;foruiti
j li)KT.:ied -A1'' partridges iu thirty-uii:o
eoiiPtics; Iowa arrangeil fer tlie pur-
! cl!" "f ."i.'xt'i piiirs of partridge.- to be
liberated early In 1M1; Id:ih' com
j p;ted the distribution of l.'.K) pin as
I ants lnught In ltnO; Louisiana in the
! full of 1U10 bought 120 pheasants for
distribution throughout the st-.te and
I liberation on the ,-tate game fres-rve
! in Caldwell parish, and Colorado
placed twenty-five pairs of partridges
I iu nine counties and began the distrl
i button of -jkm) pheasant'.
I Oklahoma and Iov.a distributed 2,-
070 and ".'2 ' iwisnnt eggs, respective
i ly, to farmers f,r hatching and later
i libera tion of the resulting broods,
j Iowa ri.'o arranged for the purchase
i find distribution of ndult pheasants.
So;:th Onkota began an experiment
viih 2co or o- puirs of phe:;sa:us and
a few partridges, and Vermont gave
much consideration to restocking the
state with pheasants, wild turkeys and
Hungarian partridges, the last being
regarded less favorably. A few par
tridges were turned out by private or-
i gauizations in New York, and !, par-
tr.tices were planted in Mississippi and
Tennessee by an enthusiastic sports-
f Results of ETtieriirients.
It Is yet too f-arly to determine the
O'itonie of most of these e.t :.rimeaial
measures, though negative results ap
pear to hrve fo!!ov.-etl the liberation of '
p:irtrilges in New Jersey, Mississippi
a 'id Tciiuessoe. Inwiug the year, how
e or, it 'ant developed that the plant
ing of Lot.) phesai:is iu Kwusas three
or fo-.ir jr-urs ago h.-is beTi entirely
barren of results and that of nearly
P.fx 0 prrrridcrs iiberaty1 in Connecti
cut !n lt'S and 1 about 170 broods
remained ii: !: fall of 1 :., which
have s'nee diminished and were jrob
al1y final'v dtreyed by the severe
wep'her of I.ie'ember. 1J10. In the
case of tie I'oriijectieut partridges, the
fact th.t shixing was prohibited for
ou'y one season largely accounts for
In Indiani pheasants, which have
been introduced for twelve or thirteen
years, have yielded only fair results,
while tbroiveh f':.- lst few years' ia
tr::cti"n of n'oir-rifn partridges
th -re are. accord. ng to a recent esti
mate. l V- of these birds oa the 1T0
preserves created by contracts with
farmer. Pheasants have Increased in
New Jersey as the resr.it of three
years" p'ar.r'g. and partridges In Ne-
The final spurt, the last burst of speed every energy bent upon giving spectacular whirlwind finish
to this great sale. Special bargain features every day. The high point in the tide of buyers will be
reached the coming week. Act! One dollar paid tomorrow will save dollars later on. One
dollar paid tomorrow delivers any article without delay. One dollar paid tomorrow gives
you the security and protection of our generous, clean and dignified credit system.
& Carpet or Rug Si .
On Payment of
a Single Dollar
We will carpet any room in your house
with any grade of carpeting or rug on the
above very easy condition. This opportun
ity comes only twice each year and this is
the time. Com in and make your se
lections this week.
Sommerfield's $10 Monarch Brand Guaran
teed Extra Weight C. C. Wool Uetersible
Art Bog. This Is one of the most handsome
and serviceable rugs on the market. This
fabric i3 of the heaviest f QA
quality. Sale price
$14.50 Monarch Brand rijmouth Brussels
Kngs. for wear and durability this rug
cannot be excelled. All of the colors of this
rug harmonize perfectly. It is a pTUern
suitable for a parlor or drawing rft 7C
room. Size 9x12. Sale price
22 Monarch Brand Superior 9x12 Brussels
Kur. This quality rug is made of strictly
all wool nap woven into beautiful designs
ind colors that are suitable for every room
and purpose. t 1 C HZ
Sale price I d. I if
$3Ti0 Monarch 9x12 Axminsfrr R"g. This
Monarch bigh art iiile i'xlZ Axitiinster Rug
is the beauty of all rugs in quality, colors
end designs. Made of long, deep fine wool
nap, which makes this rug the finest, at the
Fame time the most durable an! softest
that can be procured. They're . closely
woven fnd we are showing an array of colors
and designs. t?1
Sale price 4A.1i.JU
One DoDar Now K7 Piece Dining Room Set rM $22"
Six handsome pad seat chairs and 45 inch ton Pedestal Extension Table,
commodate twelve people.
1 lIff Bavs this "1 i -
I Eta IlCM
IrTTl S22.S0 vrTiHi
U I f $1.00 Chj.1i- fa"- $j v
W $1.00 a Week
Thls beautiful set Is finished In American Quartered Oak. finished in a beautiful
flake effect. The table is 45 Inch top, handsome ten inch pedestal. The chairs are
made to match, box seated and padded in the best grade of New York leather, and
can not bo distinguished in wear and appearanco from the best grade of cowhide. A
handsome set worth fS.OO of anyone's money. The back of the chairs is jutt tiie right
height for comfort and sole. The legs are gracefully shaped, having claw feet. You
must see this Bet to appreciate this very low price on the entire set.
One Dollar paid ribt miy
jya." d rf-i j; j;i nd get the article tT . - V - " ' , : - '!sv Feather 1
One dollar now fcuys a S6 Piece mpm'mmmMi- ' .;- '
Set Dishes $4.85 - ' ploffeBi.'!S
To those going Housekeeping
Here is an exceptional aswell
as unique offer. First and. fore
most we will sell you your t outfit
on an absolute 30 days free trial.
Send the goods home, pee ithem.
in your home and if not labso
lutely satisfied we will rihoer--fully
exchange any aiTielof that
does, not moot y o u r approval.
"VVa xvill o-i-f von frnm 12 tr 18
..... r - - - - ,
months, if satisfied, to-pa; fori
-ti i i i I
same. e onai ge no lmi'irsi
anl the payments can ho made
monthly or weekly with no more
hardship than paying house
rent. We further agree th.'fct in
case of loss of employment ar ill,
health to carry your aecouirt as
long as may be required. That
is wjiy this store is alMroys
crowded: tlint is why onori a
Summeriiold customer, always a
Summertield customer. The
thousands of pretty homes (fur
nished by us in the tri-eities are
our host advertisements. Ask
your neighbors and friends andt
come and do likewise.
One Dollar Now
One Dollar Now
buys a Laurel
Visit car Pretty
l? ' ar .
t . A'Y?
Thi3 is the finest range
ever shown, and must be
fen to approbate its
r.mnv extraordinary fea
tures. The price ,
starts at ana
up to $65.00. Other
ranges at same j
terms as low as
buys this solid
jm m ft w u
One Dollar Now
Buy Ihls drep leaf I'nln Table
COc a wecfe
One Dollar Now
WE TRUST THE
. ' L! i : "' " - 1 - -
PEOPLED vSl I
30 days Ere
We carry all the
b;ailir. makcH Ii;
if you do not 1 1 It
it in 30 days w
for any mach':
save, you $10
$15, ai we have
A-.- Price frcm $12.48
r:J up to $45.00
e trial. M f2gxft
A for ten i ft fy&ZVrtM K&BZI
Take one ?hlM$ti VJM$
it, anl VYM j''';,:
tant acts. Only two retrograde meas
ures are noted the opening of a sea
son on robins, blackbirds and gulls In
Louisiana nnil the permitting of dove
fl.ootlacr in July in Mississippi.
braka froia 12! pairs pnt ut ly the :
fiate la lfT tii.gn.euied ly SlXKn)
worth lilH"1 rated ly ranchers e.Tiy ia '
lt-0. f"hlasf pLtssants, !arodace4 ia j
lr'ah. in "if s : : .l lj. hive bv.fu ,
rttblished Lf.cvf-r ffd ar.d other-'
wise c: r'l f. r. r' iaware fhows oc'y '
relative rt-.::t fmui 1j1 pairs of part
rides dif ri!uitHl in 3&H).
The iujp-T!ati.u i-f f.roi;rn birds and
rnnmciais t-h s a flight increase. One
of the lar.-'t tinuie shipments ever i every bunch of
refKrtr-d ca:.-ie into New Tork from j can make a
though he must work every day of
the year, while he is doing this he
is building up his. land or at least
keeping it in better condition than
his neighbor, the grain farmer.
It is a matter of note that can be
easily verified, ride through the state
and scarce, both last fall and this (nothing permanent for your children i tug
spring. A few years ago it was no ! to do or to engage their attention you ,rl
are not going to hold thera long. j );,,"
trouble to go out and pick up all the
cattle you wanted, but . today few
farmers raise calves; they veal them
It is Eald that one cannot afford !
Ur PHII, S. HANCR OF THE II.I.IOIS
LIVK STOCK COMMISSION.
it ;s generally saia teat it is un-
I think th"r is
the world that 13 hetf-r, more ele
vating and more enjoyable than liv
ing on a farm and farming.
as you will, w henever you pass a lHe j to keep a cow in Illinois to raise a, while the city men want to pet
stock farm, it looks better, has better j calf. Can this he true when last fail j bac k to the farm, a larg? majority
improvements, tne soil conditions are good calves sold at from fiO to $.i0 ; have thi3 desire bcau; they think
better and In every way appears more
c-arholic acid. Ethel, the elder
realized what her father was do
iPd tried to dNipjad'j him from tfrk-
in ti;e poison, !,it In vain. Mrs. Hed
r.ck 'eft her hufSatid kIx weeks ago,
but iat'T r'-t irti- d. Riin'lay morning
tJ oj '..; i larreled and separated
All the news til the 'Julis The Argus,
a Head 7 1 know calves can be raised 1 today the farm !s the place to v in.- j
at a profit In southern Illinois andjcau&e they, the farmers, are making '
the same is true of ceutral Illinois. more raid easier money than anyone. ;
one or me fc.'g mistakes the illi-j I do not tnmK we nive riad any
nois farraer is making hy. not raising ; more prosiK-rous tlrr.es than v.e are
entitled to. The one thing iiow hurt
ing us is the erroneous sentiment of ,
of Iiilnois. you would have seen a . a well. The gram farmer doesn t and gtria will be more interested with the cities that the farmer has all the
number of bunches of cattle all fed ttlnk of quitting for one bad year and j live stock on the farm, whether it Is j ""Or.ey. Certainly we are enticed tn
in small lot and a profit made on ' neither should the live stock farmer. ) cattle, horses, sheep or hogs, than, all we have got, for it came hor.estly ,
cattle ftd. ii they i One year with anotner is wnat counts j they will if you have e mply a grain and by hard work. j
live stock on the I want to say t
prosperous than the farms that are
given over wholly to grain produc-
proCtable to feed cattle here in Illi-t!on-
nois on $150 and $175 land. If you i The live etoek farmer does not al-
had been with me last winter, on the; ways have good years, but then there j more live stock is the loss of the boy
occasion of a visit to the University are bad years for the grain farmer 1 and the girl from the farm. Boys
i profit can
by intelligent ! else
IJamburt: ia a vessel -n Hh I rouht
ll.t"l cr.r.r.rcs aad oth.r nouaice
bird in cr.e iot con?icne,i to a New feedicg on our farms.
Tork Importer. The chief importations t desires to be a 'stock
of man-.uVs were Japanese dan"inj stock farming has some drawbacks.
.iUe ai.J mS ? cf various specie, i The live stock farmer works every
wo niouiro -e frcm Havana were de- ; day in the year; the grain farmer Is
r! -d ad'aiiin. TLe game protection a gentleman in this particular.
lerislatJ.m i:i though small lnt Although there are drawbacks
profit here under the j and the man who wins is not the feI-:farm.N If you have
ich they must have, a j low who is always trying something farm you will recei
receive the lenefit oi
or something that appears eas-j their attraction and the stock will
Not everyone; ,r- j be an attraction to the young people,
farmer, eincej When a man says you cannot raise j especially if you let them have an
live stock successfully In Illinois he i interest in it more than the work nec
is mistaken. True, there are condl-j esaary to care for '-t.
tions today different from those of aj I could enumerate a good many
few years ago. Western land 'a set-1 more reasons aiong this same line,
you now, that I
hope you w'll get lots of mon'-y, and
I know you will !f you will raii?- and
haa-lle more beef cattle and not go
entirely to grain faming.
Ends Life Before Children.
Rockford. Aug. Zr;. Ira W. HedrU-k,
ric-fcperate bcaute he had be-n dee-rt-
2 j laws
pass-J. iic'Uued several lmior-
are advantages as well. Al-jof business.
tling up, big ranches are going out! but with Just simply seeing the corn d by his wife ended h iife in tfc-
Stock cattle were high '
and the other crops grow and having ' presence of his little daughter by ta-
; AN OLD-TIME PRESCRIPTION
I In a Uii.n; prolut. From time lmai1
i e or. il .u at. 4 uJhur have been u4
: Vjt tUv Litir mil ' ili. Alujost ev
i cus kuovk- of ta value of such a ca
lirntion f-r lHrkrriing tb hair ami maif
lag it tro-. Ia oi l' a ticy-s the ouly wf
to s-.-t a La-ir ton c cf tljut sort w;ji 19
lr';W it ia ti.e fc'j.:is Crj,lace, a m'tWl
Vibi' h W14 tro':h;':taii Jad nvt alwt;
airiiraciory. Nirw.i-iay alaiott tvry Op
txJit'i Jr:iiit ca u;ir'! hi patrona
wi:h a r-'-viy to ii" proOo'-t, kii;fil
Crarou3 J d ia porft-ctly eju:; rd lahora
t,rifc. Ku'h ft prT'rta 1 Wth'
fc'az 00 i H i.'i.in.r, viiich i t'Al by ail
laii& iri.rx ivt nd 11-00 a
botti-. or wJiich is w-oX. direct fcy.the
V.'yra C;.'Ci;ta! Ccu-jiay, 74 Cortiaadl
feu, Ktw Yoiic C.:y, cpoa receipt it pdpaa
i"'or baie rtcoMimeuued tl lb
Harper House Pharoiac,