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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1911.
CONSERVATION OF CUE IS MM "'"
A PROBLEM FOR THE NATION
SUMMERFIELD'S TRUST THE PEOPLE
1 Six Months Until
It The Next
Automotila and Aeroplane
UsEd In Hunting
Only a Liftla More Than
2,000 Buffaloes Left
v V L'HY year the biological murrey
makes a report covering the
g progress of game protection la
the United States. The reports
mark a pfeed;- progress In the move
ment Tor tho increase of fame by prop
agation and rfce establishment of game
preserves. This year's report, Just
published. Is made by T. S. Palmer and
Henry Oldys. They relate that the in
rreaped popularity of the automobile
l.y huntsmen -was marked, and the
possibility of utilizing the aeroplane in
duck shooting was demonstrated by
en experiment in southern California
last November. So far as Is known,
this -was the firt attempt made to nse
the noroplane ii Fhootlnp game.
Another Innovation was frowned
belonging to Michel Fablo, which have
thus far defied all attempts at cap
ture, are supposed to number about
eeventy-Cve. It was announced In the
autumn that a hunt would be organ
ized by the owner of the herd. The
state warden immediately took steps
to prevent the hunt under the pro
rlslons of an old Montana law prohib
iting the killing of buffalo at any time
In the state.
Waterfowl and T7ooda Game.
From the gunner's viewpoint the
waterfowl season was not satisfactory
last year, but from the standpoint of
the game conservationists it seems to
have been very favorable. On the At
lantic coast the number of canvas-
upon when a Maine court Imposed a one us aa renne.ias was greater man
fine upon a nonresident for using one cf j nsaal ln tbe Lonf I,lanl bavs and on
the reccrtlv invented silent rs on his j the Massachusetts coast, but much
riCe whilo out after fW-r. This was : smaller tEaa ual OQ tnp Susqnehan
the first conviction la anv court f,.r j na fl2t and Currituck eound, where
this new ofTens.-v Anr,rhf; imr.nrtn tLte Ple re usually abundant
court derision was that of the supreme i
court of Pennsylvania prohibiting the '
use of automatic guns. In Tennsyl- I
vanln also the law prohibiting the j
possession of firearms by aliens was i
uphold la tho lower courts, and in con- .
fofjuwe th- disarming of aliens has
made rapid progress.
A const taken by the American
r.ison soc-iffy shows a total of 2.1G.3
pure l.!j ,1 bitJTalo in North Amerl' a
as ompar'-l with 1.01 7 at th date of
th lnt rj-Tisiis. made ia 1!08. Of
these 1.007 ar in captivity la the Unit
ed States. r,-i; J;re jn captivity lu Can
ada and -17." are wild. The corre-fspor-ding
f:.-res for 1'WiS were 1.11'5,
4Tt and '.'.-7,. Tl.c do 'Tease in th num
ber in the T'niicil States was caused
by th la rye pur'-hn s"s made by the
Can.-'UiJiij -' criitnei't. The- total num
ber of l.iiT.i'.n has, however, increased
Canvasbacks arc reported as numerous
nd increasing on Cayuga lake, cen
tral New York, where they were very
scarce a dozen years ago.
Introduced rheasants f-eem to have
held their own In sections where thev !
have become established end in some
Instances show an increase. In the
region around Buffalo. N. Y.. where
ebooting Is permitted for a short sea
son in the fnll and where 1.V00. it !s
estimated, were killed i:i 1M3, tbe j
stock does rot seem to hare boon dl- j
minished. In the Ger.esee val'ey and j
la the region around Caaandai.crua i
pheasants have becon;? quite numer-!
ous. In Massachusetts the birds seen) I
to be holding their own, and the same
Is true of ( hi. j
In no place where thoy hrjve been j
liberated have IJunguriun prrtridges j
vet become fui'y established, and in
(u-friai regions where larre sums have !
B,'f -y I been sj-nt in the attempted u.-ilima-
Tiie l:.r:-. ; herd- in private hm-U j ttZJ.tioa of these bird- tb.-v are re-
r.re i.nw those cf the SoidiT'-j' Creek
park nt !'.! vi.lere, Kan.: th remula
der of the I'abio herd ct R-nan.
Mont.; the I'.lue Mountain Forest as
sociation herd nt Newport, N. II.; tli
I.i.'lie h'-r.l t l'!iviin(. okia.: the 1'hil-
poried to have disappeared through
climatic or other causes. Other foreign
game bird-J have practically ail dis
appeared from the regions where they
have been liberated.
Indiana bought and distributed S'OO
Hps herd i t I-'ierre, S. I) ; the ;o'sl- i i:, rtridcs and New J rsey i-'.oiM par-
tight l. :-l lit f :r ,iu;;:!if. Tex., and thtf
IIey herd on Antelope island. Ii
Grout 8r.lt 1: he. Tne outlaw buffalo
ALL THE T
Shellhorn Lady Suffered a C;cl5
Dm!, Put 1$ A!! Right Now.
tridges and -J..x ulis!i riusneck
pheasants during the year; Missouri
!;rrangd for the purcliase and distri
bution of 400 partridges; Ca!;for!iia
1:1m rated -.-l'ir partridges in thirty-u'ifi
eotinties; Iowa arranged fr tiie j.ur-Cli-s
f.f f'iiirs of partridges t. be
liberated early in IMl; Idaho com
peted the distribution of l.'.W ph as
nnts txught In L.ouiiuna in tha
fall of 1U10 bought 12') jiheasants for
ijI'-tributIo:i throughout the st'Je and
llberutiou on th" tatc game t'rserve
ia Caldwell parish, and Colorado
' placed twenty-five pairs of partridges
I in nine eounties iiiid began tho distrl
j button of i'.ihk) pheasant J.
I OhU.h-.niu and Iowa disfri'-uted 20.
070 and ..2'".." peasf.nt eggs, respect ive-
! ly, to farmers f r bnti-bing and later
i liberation of tho resulting broods. !
I Iowa vA.-o arrnngeil f r the purchase j
i raid distribution of adult pheasnnts.
o;:rH If!U"t begnn an experiment
! wiih 2a) or :; pi(!rs of pheaa:its and
j a few partrid-'ej. und Vertnnt gave
j much consideration to restock l?ig the
I Hate with pheasants, wild turkeys and
j Hungarian partridges, the 1-ist beius
i regarded less favorably. A few par
. t ridges w.-re turned cut ly private- or
I gnuizHtious in New York, and !-. par-
tridces were planted in Missislpi i and
'j I Tenuessee by an enihuslastlc sports-
Ehellhorn, Ala. In a letter from this
place. Mrs. Carrie May says: "A short
ttnie k-c, I c'.nimtiecd to iave r:):
k-.Ua and l.L-t.'iacl.ci. I felt brJ all
tie time. zr-. I soon grew so bud I
couldn't stay up. I thought I wosld d!i.
At last i::v hurVguJ ;:ct m a buUlo
of Cardui. ani it helped r.-.e; ro l-.e got j
come mere. After I had taken tha
second bottle, I was entirely well. i
I wish every h.dy, Buffcriiis from
womanly trouble, would try CarJuI. ;
It Is the best medicine I know of. It I
did me more good than anything I ever !
Cardui is a woman's tcn'.c a !
rtrenthcnlng mcdlcina for women, j
mad? from Ingredients that act Fpe- J
cincaily on the womanly organ?, a
tbus hei to build u;i the womanly con
stitution to glowing good Leal'.h. i
As a remedy for woman's ills. It ha3 j It I yet too early to determine the
b sucrisfful record of over CO years. outcome 'f lllost "f these -.'. .'crlt-ieuial
Your dru?rlst sells ii. Please trv It. j measures, thou.-'i negative results ap-
Eesults of Experiments.
It'-i.v t, ..- 1 j? r-.' A J-.-isr-v Drpt . Cha'U--i
Co . e v.-nci'-tJ. 1- r. .. tr St r,
J :. art. r-J M r-f Is' -. rlrw I .-ralir.eat
J Mountain I
H na:'y li!cn Chicago and
H I'o'cr a.io - afTi rding ::e f.n-
P es: ai d nui.-t luxurious ser-
Only One Kiht
On the Road
V.'-'.'M's tows service, stork
t, r..' Ei.d t.-flull score re
; l-nrl t r. valet to ress
.. .-: ! . : '."rary. are ouiy a
f . A ms ay fcaturts tha:
...i train diftir-ettve.
I'.u'i,:: ru m sleeping
t;e i coaches aud chir
" L s f.-'t i-:fc;-hry-obscrva-titi
car. ai.d dining car
v-.'ii ; ; f 'xca'.s at rea-
t.-t 'e ; ri'-t-s.
pear to l.i-ve followed the liberation .-? '
partridges in Now Jersey, Mississippi
p .d Te:i::esee. Inning the jear. how
: -t. it ha dev e'otH-d that tho plaut
iisg of l,r,i,i pheasai.ts ia Kiviisas three
or fo-.jr yc-jrs ago h.-.s been entirely
barren cf results und that of nearly
1." -0 prrtridff s llbrat'y in Connecti
cut 'a l'." and 1 :"'; alx-ut 170 broo.ls
remained in th fail of l:Kv., which
have fine' diminished find were prob
ab'y finally dstroypd by the severe
vesfher of IeemV.er, 1JP In the
ense if th. 'or!iivticiit partridges, the
fact thit s!i.'ing was prohibi'ed for
ou'v or.e season largely accounts for
their disrppearanoe. ;
In Indian pheasants, which have1
been introduced f.ir twelve or thirteen ,
years, have yielded on'y fair results '
wh!'i- tl-rongh th" Inst few years' la- J
trHJUi-ti"n c f I ! vng?ri."n panrfdges i
tl re are. pecord.ng to a recent esti
mate, V of theM bird oa tfce lt'O
preservts create-1 by eontraefs with
farmers. ri,easants tare increased in
New Jersey us thc resi-.u cf ttr
ycari" j-'snt'es. and jo.rt ridges in Ne
braska rota 12 5 pairs put out by the
state In P,7 .'.ugmeuled ly 51.J :
worth Iliorated ty ran- hers e;Tiy In j
H-9. Chl:ise pLt-csants. I3' roduced in j
l.alio H :-K f-:.d l'.'JJ. htve bccme
esttbUshpJ t Li-i-f vt-r fed and other- '
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.
l"lm Carpet or Rug IS tL
On Payment of
a Single Dollar
W will carpet any room m 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. Come in and make your se
lections this week.
Summerfield's $10 Monarch Brand Goaran
teed Extra vFeleht C. C Wool Beierslble
Art En. 1 his is one of the most handsome
and serviceable rugs on the market. This
fabric 13 or the heaviest f P QA
quality. Sale price 17. Jl
$14.50 Monarch Brand rijmonth Brussels
Bugs, f'or wear and durability this rug
cannot be excelled. All of the colors of this
rug harmonize perfectly. It Is a pattern
suitable for a parlor or drawing T( 7ff
room. Size 9x12. Sale price tJ.I J
$22 Monarch Brand Superior 9x12 Brussels
Ktiir. This quality rug is made of strictly
all wool nap woven into beautiful designs
ind colore that are suitable for every room
and purpose. t I C 7C
Sale price la.lil
370 Monarch 9x12 Axuiinstcr Rnsr. This
Monarch hih art pile iixlZ Axnsinster Rug
is the beauty of all ruga in quality, colors
and designs. Made of long, deep fine wool
nap, which makes this rug the finest, at the
same time the most durable and soffest
that can be procured. They're . closely
woven pnd we are showing an array of colors
and designs. n0
Sale price 4Llt0J
One Dollar Now Piece Dining Room Set S $22
Six handsome pad seat chairs and 45 Inch top Pedestal Extension Table,
commodate twelve people.
i lff bs this wsn a
1 -su- wit
$1.00 a Week
This 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 appearance from the best Rrade of cowhide. A
handsome feet worth $35.00 of anyone's money. The back of the chiits is just the riprht
height for comfort and style. The legs are gracefully shaped, having claw feet. You
must see this set to appreciate this very low price on the entire set.
To those going Housekeeping
Here is an exceptional as well
as unique offer. First and. fore
most wo will sell you your; outfit
on an absolute 30 days free 'trial.
Send the goods home, see tthenr
in your home and if not labso
lutely satisfied we will eSioer--fully
exchange any article T that
does not moot v o u r approval.
We will give you from 12 fco 18 I
monins. u sausum, m-puAj iur
same. We charge no inta-rest
and the payments can he made
monthly or weekly with no more
hardship than paying house
rent. We further agree th;it in
case of loss of employment vr ill.
health to carry your aecouirt as
long as may be required. That
is why this store is alMrays
crowded: tluit is why oncn a
SummeHield customer, alwn-s a
Summertield customer. The
thousands of pretty homes ', fur
nished by us in the tri-cities arc
our best advertisements. Ask
your neighbors and friends and,
come and do likewise.
Worth $455 0
One Dollar paid rigbt zjfij
..IFi rf7 One Dollar is a'.l ycu Pay 2i.-lv'!rrr5w
mrii !: ! J ;i Snd set the art.de & . -s- - , Teathcr your
WW . - iwl if
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ri . "'w w. m t -- a . rjrtj ....... y
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Ons Dollar Now
bays this solid
tf i.. .
it ... t a v4 -i.,j r . t;,L-r,?s . i
One dollar now buys a 58 Piece
Set Dishes $4.65 -
50c a week
One Dollar Now
buys a Laurel j
Visit eur Pretty
:l 14.1 " lV-vrfs
I i I fi .ts.lt
Thi3 is the finest range
ever shown, and must be
se-n to apirer!ate its
many extraordinary fea
tures. The price
starts at $38.00 an1
up to jSa.CO. Other
ranges at earne
terms as low as
50c a week
One Dollar Now
Bay this drop loaf P'nintr TnMt
uOc a week
One Doiiar Now
Price frcm $12.43
up to $45.00
4 Terms fl
1WE TRUST THE PEOPLE
39 days free trial.
Wo carry all tho
if you do not UUo
it In 30 days
you desire. V.
SHve you $10 i'
$15, as we have
for ten MW?&.5. WrM xl&Zm
It. and V7YU;''''l:'-i. --a "
fant acts. Only two retrograde meas
ures are roted-the opnlnjr of a sea
son on rotins. MsckMrds and gulls in
I'jisii:na .nti.l the permitting of dove
cLooctnc: In July in Mississippi.
though he must work every day of - and scarce, both last fall and this nothing reruianent for your children j tug
the year, while he is doing this he! spring. A few years ago It ae no ! to do or to engage thf.-ir attention you ! y.T
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
trouble to go out and pick up all the! are not going to hold them long.
cattle you wanted, hut . today few
farioera raise calves; they veal them
It is said that one cannot afford
Br PHIt. S. IJAXER OF THE ILLINOIS
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION.
It Is generally said that it Is un
profitable to feed cattle here in Illi-!t:on.
nois on $150 and $175 land. If von! The live s'ock farmer does cot sl-
as you will, whenever you pass a live to keep a cow in Illinois to raise a
stock farm, it looks better, has better j calf. Can this t-e true when last fall
improvements, the soil conditions arej good calves sold at from $20 to $30
better and In every way appears more j a head? I know calves can be raised
prosperous than the farms that are
given over wholly to grain produc-
caroolic n id. Ethel, the elder
it-a!l7.d what her father was do-
a.-'d trk-d to d: -iad him from tak-fu-
i.oNon, tj-it In vain. Mrs. Hed
tbe world that U bett'-r, more 1-, rick left her h. inland bis weeks ago.
rating and more enjoyable than 11 v- . hut lav-r r t irn- l. Sunday morning
I think th"'r Is rio ov--i pat ion in
ing on a farm and farming. ! t-"
While the city men want to get ! f!(--'t4iU
back to the farm, a Iarg majority
have this desire b.raua; they think
today the farm is the place to v by-
i arreted and separated
All th news all th- '.ln.e Tbe Argus.
at a profit in southern Illinois and j cause thy, the fnrrn'.-rfj, are making'
the same is true of central Illinois. j more and easier inony than anyone ;
One of the tig mistakes the Ilii-j I do not think wo have had any;
nois farmer ia making hy.net raising ; more prosperous tfrr.r-s than we are
AN OLD-TIME PRESCRIPTION
rejrstlv.- ri:'.t! iitij pt nln of rart
ridos dirriUiitt-vl in 1S'H.
The lajp-matloa of f.rc-I,m trd and
Eimusls sh.ws a si:;.hf Increase. One
cf th? lari at f-inar'.e bhipmonts ever ! every
in a u.iJ"n; product. From tlni ImBi
l i.r.:-'. ;.' m. 1 Kul-jaiir VTO
tad been with me last winter, on the i ways have good years, hut then there; more live stock Is the loss of the boy ; entitled to. The one thing now hurt-. r tJ L.;r alij wiu. Almost evr
occasion of a visit to the University ' are .ba( years for the grain farmer ; and the girl from the farm. Hoys : ing u i the erroneous bentiment ot . cas kuow of lu of u'.-ti a cow
of liiinois. you would have seen a i a well. ine grain larmer aoesn i j ana giria win De more lnteresrea with j me cmes ir.ai tr.e rartner .'..-.s an tne linv.wa ior uarwninj mi ium-
number of bunches of cattle all fed tcsnk of quitting ror one bad year ana live stock on the farm, whether it is , rr.or.ey. Certainly we are enti ced tc t n z-oa.
.... . I . . 1 k...U tk. (, . i. r a wr r. . 1 V . , V , . 1 ... . I. 1 1 , V .... . . . . ! . . . . I . ..... 1 1 i" ' t n L.l
m sman iota ana a proht made oe oellu" tuou.u . . , uamr, e.ir--i ui uuS, uu h c K K 1-1 Jt uiuc ,J J, Bl1' t. , . l ulafe a wtWI
they i one year wna anomer i w uai t-oumo j iney wm u you nave s mpjy a gram ana ny naru worK
bunch cf cattle fed.
S. V. Boyi.
Iiv. Fass. Ag-P
t. 11. Piumuitr.
C. P. Aget-
: Record Ar,
r.'oortd fa:::? in:o NVvr York from can make a orofit here under th. I and the man Wi.o wins is not me iei-
Hamburir ia a vessel wtloh I rought ' gondltfocs which they must have, a ; low ho is always trying something
11. on inr.ric and othjr nongarn j-rofit can be made by intelligent e184"- or something that appears eas-
Wrd In ere lit convened to a w - feeding on our farms. Not everyone I 'er
York In:;-.r:cr. The chief Importations ! desires to be a "stock farmer, since
of ii.nr:iui:5 wnro Jarat;ee dancing ; stock farming has some drawbacks.
Lii. e aLl rwKin ys c vsrioaa spevie. j The live stock farmer works every
Two Rop?v..ve fn-m Havana were de : day in the year; the grain farmer Ls
r.I-Ml ada:si--n. TLe psite prctecfioa , a gentleman in this particular.
1 eel slat I
live stock successfully In Illinois he
Is mistaken. True, there are condi
tions today different from those of a
few years ago. Western land ?s set-
in !.". thoujh siaaii In I Although there are drawbacks 1 tlinz tin. bit ranches are roire out
jlaws na sshL lucluue-i several lxnxor- there are advantages aa well. Ai-Jof business. . Stock cattle were high
farm, if you have live stock on the
farm you will receive the benefit of
their attraction and the stork will
be an attraction to the young people.
When a man saya you cannot raise j especially if yoa k-t them have an
la ol J'-n tlii'-s the only ws
to S'.t a hair ton c cf tii sort wuj im
! t.-'rw it ia tins L-i.-j! hrLila?e,
( t.l;. h -A :a t.-'i'.jI-.Hoiiiu and nt alwsrt
I want to say to you now. that 1 li;israc;,,ry. Ntmalay almost ti-tj Vir
hope you w'll get lots of mon-y. ar.d tUa!i drt.-riat caa u;;.ly hi ptrorj
I know you will if you will raiz and wka a r jm to ts prodtvt, skUifdi!
handle more tef cattle and not go Corru-oun -1 d ia ix.-rf.ctiy 'iu:;;jd Uhora
r nttrf !r to t-r.-iin farrr.lr.e. Pr"" " Wlh
interest in it more than the work nec
essary to care for it.
I could enumerate a good many
more reasons along thi3 same line,
but with jut simply seeing the corn
Ends Ufe Before Children.
Rtx-kford, Aug. 2?. Ira W. Hedrlck
t!c-tiperat tr-ca.'jcj he had xien desert
ert Lv his "wife ended his life In tbf
and the other crops grow and having presence of hia little daughters by tak-' Harper House pharmacy.
I fcax an! Jjiphur, vuirli i soia by all
h-xl.ui dru.Tsi-'s luz JC snd l.W
bolt!?, or v. hk-'n in - nt direct ky . tha
! CoitiiDy, 74 Cortiaad
fct, is'ev 1'oik City, toa rectit vf nrip
For talc rccoinnieuued J5y lh