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The summer girl
And there is nothing like
KRELL & MATH'S deli
cious SODA WATER for the
BICYCLIST OR SHOPPER as
a THIRST KILLER. It not
only kills thirst, but
"Kills that tired feeling"
after a long spin on a wheel,
or a days tiresome shoping.
For all sexes and ages, oar
cold sparkling soda water,
flavored with purefrnit juices
Our Ice Cream Soda Is the
We claim to serve the best
and largest amount of ice
cream in our sodas than any
other dispenser in the city.
KRELL S MATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Who didn't know whether
. be could play the violin or
not, because he had never
tried? That man was de
lightful. He kept his soul
alive. He was not a man
who would tell you he didn't
care for a good cigar when
be bad never tried one. One
single trial will convince
you that in no other store
in the city is kept so large
an assortment of the fra
grant llavanas as at the
Look for the big gold sign
over the door.
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Are JUST THE THING.
We make them riving you
twelve different positions In
the dozen. Better one with
eight, mix. four, three and two
different position In the doz
en. All regularity mounted
In the latest finish, at
C. E, SMITH,
Opposite Harper House, Second Ave.
TTvO 'Tl ForDrui
For Drunkenness and
HOTT'S PENNYROYAL ffiiS
Wrur and omWUmtwrrwo vipor
Kiut bnia of K.MtrB-
Ima." I;aiMLire ttairia"
to rlrla , woaiuliuail. ioi,c
ejrmef I nt (rtrm .rtd body, ho
kaoa rmdv (or rqla
54 lom. t-ao So mrm 111 S
r malt. IHolJ V "If""1""
a' 1I0TT CKtSUCaj. COtu.in .x
For saleby M. r. Batta drugtfist-
rWJjuis'pii g i
t 7t a mcv b I1.Si
J A SURE RELTEIT TO WOMAN tor
all troubles peculiar to her sex. rrSeod ty
mall or from our Agent. SI.OO rr box.
WILUAIIS KFG. CO. Proja, CLEVELUD. OHIO.
For sale bj M. F. "Minifrn. druggist.
When yoo're throosh fretting- partial re
lief from luadotKa or neuralgia by the nsa
of uncertain mnadiea, try a core that s
thorough oat that's frTiarant! to crura
or money refunded. Furthermore, the
ooly remAdy pnaranteed to contain no
; mmiiinA. -ntirvrir. or other
barmfol substances. Just a speedy, m
wholesome, unfailing cure. J
Cur headache snd neuralgia, nothing
h tka ... rm in 20 minnM. XkrtursriHta
the world ctct guarantee them.
Two Swell Things
One is one of our
shoes and the other
is it's mate. A pair
of these pairs repre
sent the aristocracy
Are perfectly nat
ural, perfect fitting-,
durably made, stylish,
good enough for any
ccropany on the road
or in the parlor.
Come and see be
fore you buy any
others. A big- reduc
tion in all depart
ments. DOLLY BROS.
307 Twentieth street
Opened Wednesday and Saturday
Estate of CbrUtlan Schatz, deceased.
The undersigned baring teen appointed
executrix 01 tne last Ml ana testa
ment of Cbr'stiun iSchatz. late of the
county or Kock Island, utile or Illinois.
deceased, hereby gives notice tbat she wtil
appear Deiore tne county court or Kocn
Inland county, at the county court room, in
the city of Rvk Island, at tbe October
term, on the first Monday In October next.
at wnlcb time all persons bsvinsr claims against
said estate are notified and requested to at
tend, for tne purpose or bavintr tbe same ad
Justed. AU persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment
to me unaerKixnea.
Dated tbia nth day of July. A. D. 1800.
ilABToHANSA ScUATZ, KxeCUtrlX.
Kotlee of Pabllcatloa Chancery
State of Illinois.
Rook Islmd County.
In tbe Circuit Cort, September term, A. D
kl ward B. Kres vs J. Rrooks Darin. Wm
II. Stevens. Ucr.rude Stevens Sutnuel C.
Ilanna. andGeortra A. lurlinc. in chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the defendants.
Wm l. Stevens. lrtrude Stevens and Sam
uel ( ii inn a. Impleaded wiih tbe above de
frnlants. J. I!r kt D ivl-i and Ceo A. Uarlini:.
hsvl.TL- be. n bled in tbv clerk s oftlce of tue
eirouit couriof sa d county, notice is therefore
hereby Ki'rn to tbe ai-l non-resident defend
n's hat the complainant tiled his bill of com
pliant in said court, on tbe chancery side
inereoi. on tne otn day or A u trust.
and that thereupon a summons issued out
of stideiurt. wnerein ssld suit is now pending.
returnable on lbs tuiru uonoay in tnemomn ol
September next, as Ls by law reauired.
Now. unless you. tbe mid non-re W-ntdefend-
ant s above named, shall personally be and ap
pear Detoresata circuit couit. on tnenrsiaay ot
the next term thereof, to beholden at Kock Isl
and in and for tbesaidcounty.on the IHib dayof
September next, and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant s bill of complaint, tbe
same and toe matters and things tbrrein
charged scd stated will betaken as confessed.
ana a decree entered against you acooiuing
to the prayer of said bill.
Umm.i W. GAMBt.t Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. August 4th. IMV9.
E. H. t.uTKR. Complainant s Sollcit-w.
Publication Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
County of Kock Island, i
In the cirjuit court. September term. A. D.
klward H. Krels ts. Wm. fl Stevens, Wm.
I Stevens. Uertrude Stevens. Samuel C
iiannaa'd t;e A. Darling. Ii chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence of tbe ie
fecdants. Wm. D Sie'ens. Gertrude Stevens.
Samuel C. Ilanoa. imp'e.vtled with the aftore
defend;, n s. cieo. A. Uarling and Wm. K. Stev
ens, having been tiled in the clerij s office
of the circuit court of said county, no
tice is hereby givra o tbe said non-resident
defendants tbat the complainant bs nied bis
bill of complaint In said court, on the chan
cery id" ih-reof. on the fifth dayof August,
!.n, and liiat thereupou a summons issued
out of said court- wbcrein said suit is now
pending, returnable on tbe third Monday li tee
m -nth of September next, as Is by law re
quired. Now. there'ore, unless you. the sa'd non
resident defendants abe named. Wm L.
Stevens. Uertrude Stevens and Samuel C.
Hanca. shall personally be and upper be
fore suid circuit court, on tbe first d'mv of
the next term thereof, to be boldea at Kocg
Island in at:d for the said county, oo tne eigb
leenib day of Septemter next, and tlead.
answ er or demur to the said complainant s bill
or complaint, the same and the matte s and
things tlierem charged and slated will be
taken as con f esKl and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
Geohi.k w. Gambia Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. Aug. 4. In
K il uutm, Complainant's SoTcilor.
Dr. WllliamV Indian Pile
OintmeuiwL u Blind
Uleeotuir ant. - luhjB.
mm Piles, li absorbs thetu mora.
aiiaj s tbe itching at once, arts
as a noultioe. eivra instant re
lief. rr. Wilitams'Indlan Pile Oint
ment is crenared for Pi ?m ud ltb.
!ng-cf tbe prtvate parts. Every box la
warranted. Br druffftsta. bv n&fl ni. sv.
s-lpt of price. cents and Sl.Oa. Will "U4
ailUFiCTURJIG CO.. Props. Cleveland, Ot
old by M r. Bwirnea Aruuista
TABS UNDER TENTS.
Tiresome .Trip From Rock Isl
and to North Chi
cago. IfABCH THROUGH SOAKING RAHT
Boys oa Beachiac Camp Find Nothing to
ty N'ot Even m Hard Tack George
Ksox Captures a Mascot Lieut. Tnbbs
Has, Finest and Largest Company In tbe
Division Grounds Beautifully Located.
North Chicago, Aug. 5. The naval
militia of Illinois is at last in camp.
We left Cock Island at 7:10 Friday
evening, were joined by the Moline di
vision and Cant. Porter at Moline, and
tbe Qaincy division at Galesburg. ar
riving at tbe union depot in Chicago
at 5:30 a. rn. Saturday. There was
very little chance for sleep on any
part of the train until near morning
and then the cry.came tbat we were
approaching Chicago and everything
was tmstliug with expectation.
On arrivine; at Chicago our arms
were stacked in the depot and we had
a wait of two hours before we had
breakfast. Then the elements began
to get in their work. The men were
tired and sleepy, and the rain soon
produced a mucky slush tbat was anv
thiD" but pleasanLto march in. W e
received orders to march to the Chica
go division's headquarters on Michigan
avenue. 1 he rain continued. Un ar
riving there, we were halted and stood
in the street for half an hour before
going up to the fourth story. No
sooner bad we readied tnat altitude
than we "marchea down again11 and
it rained seme more.
Tbe 1st and 2nd divisions then
formed and marched south on Mich
igan avenue to Jackson, west to La
Salle, north to Lake, then to Clark and
crossed the river and landed linally at
the Wells street depot, where trains
were taken for .North Chicago.
I here were eight companies in line.
averaging 411 men, beaded by lie
Baugh's band, consisting of 43, a
bugle corps of 16, and a drum' corps
of 6 men. They presented a tine ap
pearance in spite of the rain and re
ceived warm applause from the crowds
tnat lined the streets.
Camp Grounds Reached.
The camp grounds reached, the men
busied themselves in getting their
tents in shape and their diddv-bags
and other luggage up from the train.
which was accomplished by z p. ru.,
hut there was nothing for the men to
eat, not even a hardtack. Ihe only
thing for them to do was to reef in a
little more of their belt.
One of the incidents of the trip was
the capture of a mascot, in the shape
of a kitten, by George Knox, at Gales-
burg. He brought it to Pnorth Cii-
cajro in the baggage car.
Lieut. Tubbs has the largest, and
we think the best, company in either
The camp grounds are beautifully
located, slopinr irently toward the
lake, but end in a blutT about 150 feet
high, leaving a shore line 50 to 100
feet wide at its base.
The bovs are all well and no acci
dents worthy of mention have been
heard of. li. F. IJ.
A VETERANS' ASSOCIATION.
Formed at the Regimental Meeting of
At Camp Lincoln last week, at the
regimental meeting of the 6th, a
Spanish War Veterans1 association
was formed, oiiicers being elected as
President Col. D. J. Foster, Chi
Secretary Adjt. John Cairnes, Chi
Historian Chaplain Ferria, Mon
Bylaws Committee Ma is. Channon
In tbe election to lill the majorship
of the 2d battalion Capt. Tourtillot,
of Company K, LaMoille, was chosen.
Maj. Tourtilott is ona ol the oldest
men in the service.
Maj. Clark, of Monmouth, whose
time had expired, was a candidate for
re-election, the other candidates being
Capt. TourtHlott, of Company K, La
alouie, and Capt. Alcoirr. ei Compa
ny C. Galesburg. 1 he result will no
doubt be a great disappointment to
Maj. Clark's friends, and in no sense
is due to a lack of confidence in his
military ability, which is conceded by
all. His defeat is simply due to a de
cline in popularity among the officers
of the line, who 'do the electing in
Granite iron cooking utensils.
These smoothe clean gray kitchen
articles are a pleasure to use. ) Their
cost used to keep them out of a good
many kitchens it needn't do so now.
These price proofs:
Granite iron coffee boilers 47c
Granite iron coffee flasks So
Covered cook in pots 2c
Granite Iron water pails 4 He
IuddiSK pans. 19c down to 7c
Hce-boliers, 3 pieces -ITc
Sauce-pans, from 25a to 9a
Granite-ware soap dishes 10c
Granite Iron cups 5c
These are but a few of the many
price examples. Here's another.
Wednesday, and Thursday also, if
2-uart granite-ware tea pots, else
where 85c, we let 'em go this time
for 15c each. This size holds 10 cups-
ful just tbe size most famlies want.
L. 8. McCAlSE CO
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
William E. Sears is in the citv from
Mrs. Johanna Schindler left last
sight for Denver.
' Willie Montgomery is spending the
day in Briar lilali.
J. W. Druce, of St. Louis, spent
yesterday in the city
John C. Addison, of Omaha, is vis
iting friends in the city.
Mrs. M. H. Wadsworth departed at
noon for Saratoga, A. x.
Postmaster F. A. Freer, of Gales
burg, is in the city today.
Otto Hnber is able to be around
again after a brief illness.
Paul Kersch is enjoying a trip to
several Michigan resorts.
Mrs. G. W. Able, of 412 Nineteenth
street, left today for Carthage, 111.
J. C. Seeley and family leave to
night for a. visit at Kandalia, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Black, of 1222
Elm street, left today for Milwaukee
Fred Tubbs is able to be abou
after a severe attack of typhoid fever.
Mrs. Johanna Johnson left last
night for a month's visit at Oceola
Mrs. G. M. Stonebraker is in . St
Louis on an extended visit with her
Gus Tegeler is sojourning among
the lake resorts in Michigan and Wis
Miss Maud Young is visiting her
friend, Miss Marguerite Potter, at
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McDonald have
returned from their sojourn at Park
Rev. Henry Watson Ru finer, of De
catur, is the guest of Dr. T. M. Riley
at Trinity rectory.
Mrs. Jacob Ohlweiler gives a coffee
this afternoon in honor of Miss Kate
Webber, of St. Louis.
Mrs. E. W. Hurst and Mrs. Morris
Rosen field and son, Walter, left today
ior Atlantic tuy, x. o. ,
Hon. J. W. Sim on son and Dr. W.
II. Block, of Port Byron, were Rock
Island visitors yesterday.
Mrs. H. A. Willis and family, of
2719 Eighth-and-a-half avenue, have
"one for a visit at Chicago.
Mrs. W. N. Halsey, of Salem, la., is
visiting Rev. and Mrs. McKee at their
home, 818 Forty-second street.
W. F. Salzmannand Fred Hiltinger
have gone for a few davs1 visit at the
Seighartner camp on Big Island.
James McNamara and family have
returned home from a -weeks' visi
at Emmettsburg and Spirit Lake.
Miss Ada Mav Yentiss, of Waukesha,
Wis., is visiting the Misses Essie and
Lucv Crow, at 1918 Third avenue.
Little Blanche and Lula Smith
daughters cf Mrs. L. E. Smith, 928
Third avenue, have typhoid fever.
Mrs. W. h. Johnson and son
Frank, of St. Louis, are guests at the
residence of C. J. Larkin on Elm
J. T Ilerza, assistant superintend
ent of construction of the Postal lei
egraph company, is in the city on
Mrs. Margaret Cullman, of Sedalia,
Mo., has been called to Kock Island
by the serious illness of her sister,
Mrs. Alary Sexton.
Mrs. L. Lanjjley, of Muskegon,
Mich., returned home today altera
visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. Porstman,
2804 Seventh avenue.
The Misses Lizzie and Mabel Rippy,
of Springfield, who have been visiting
Miss Johnson on Seventeenth street,
returned home today.
Charles Mcllugh returned last even
ing from a pleasant fishing trip south
of Peoria, in which be was accompan
ied by J. J-.. Montrose, of Peoria.
XV. C. Linton, formerly chief des-
patcher lor the Kock Island, is in the
city today calling on old friends. Mr.
Linton is now located at Ottumwa.
Maver Levi returned today from a
trip to lennessee, wbere be has been
investigating copper and iron ore de
posits adjacent to lands be owns
In honor of his return home from
Klondike. J. M. Burns will be given
a welcome by bis family and friends
at his home, 515 Eleventh street, to
night. Mrs. H. L. Sherwood and Miss Min
nie Ostrom left today for Sterling to
attend the funeral of Mrs. William
Snart, who died yesterday, aged 36
D. Rossa and mother, Mrs. S. V.
Rossa, who have been visiting at tbe
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Welch,
918 Twentieth street, left today for
G. L. Curkehdall, formerly of the
traveling force of the Rock Island
Lumber company, has taken a position
in the same capacity for the Rock
Island Sash and Door' works.
Sheriff L. F. Crallc and family.
Deputy Sheriff T. B Cralle and family
and Mr. and Mrs. C. Severin, of
Davenport, and Mrs. Elisabeth With
erepoon are enjoying the ride to Clin
ton today on the steamer Winona.
The family of Matthias Ullemeyer,
on Eleventh street, is undergoing a
seige of typhoid fever. Miss Ella
and Louis are just recovering. Their
father, Matthias Ullemeyer, has since
been attacked by the same malady.
Why be bothered with this annoy
ing complaint when BaBner Salve will
cure you? 25c.
Its tmi Yea to Iter BffigH
HE LIKES THE FAR WEST.
F. M. Sinnet Receives a Letter From C. A.
F. M. Sinnet has an interesting let
ter from C. A. McLaughlin, a former
resident of Galesburg, now located at
Los Angeles, Cal. He is much pleased
with tbe far west, and in one part of
his letter be says: '-Since I have been
here I find that we ia Illinois know but
little in regard to frnit. We have the
finest strawberries I have ever seen
and such a variety of fruit that we
know nothing about. I wish you
could see tbe many kinds we have.
And the fishing you never saw tbe
like. I won't tell you of the great
fish they catch with reel and line,, for
you would not believe me. I will just
tell you of a fish story I heard yester
day. At the Catalin islands last week
four men took turns in trying to land ;
a tuna, and they worked 16 hours try- j
ing to bring him .to earth, and he
finally got away, and it was calculated
that the nsh would weigh 2ol pounds
Fish from 100 to 150 pounds are land
ed every day with reel and line. Fresh
mackerel. I think, are as good fish as
we can get here. Those weighingoue
half to two pounds are just fine eat
ing. One thing I did not expect to
find on this coast, and that is oysters
They are brought here in car lots and
Dlanted in San Francisco bav and al
lowed to remain a certain length of
time and then sent to several points
on the coast. The select oysters we
get here can't be duplicated anywhere
on the Atlantic coast."
SCHEME OF A FISHERMAN
Dives Into Water With Grappling Hook
and Makes Hifr Hauls.
A fisherman who has introduced a
scheme which for novelty and effective
ness beats the one sprung a fw years
ago by Sam Davis and Mr. JSewberg
to the amazeiment of a party of Chi
cago capitalists, has been operating in
Rock river, where he has been landing
members of the iinny tribe by the
wholesale. Selecting a quiet spot in
the river where the fish are likely to
congregate for a frolic in the sun and
armed with a device in the form of a
grappling book he waits his opportu
nity and then dives into the water
invariably bringing to the surface one
or more of the finest nsb in tbe bunch
He is said to make large hauls daily
And this is no fish story.
YOU KNOW IT IS TRUE.
That Is, If It Is Told To You By a
These Statements are Blade by Persons
Whom We Are WUHng to Believe.
If you respect a person who tells
you something, you believe him. iou
may not know tbe person whose tes
tmiony we publish in this article, bu
you can easily consult him because we
give you his name and address ami be
lives right here in Illinois. That is
the way we do, we give you the names
of people living near at home who
have nsed Morrow's Kid-ne-oids for
backache and kidney troubles, be.
cause we want you to consult these
people about Morrow's Kul-ne-oids am
the good they have received from
W. J. Guymon, Springfield, 111., who
was secretary tor the United Mine
Workers for five years, and is known
by nearly every mine worker in the
state has used Morrow s Kin-ne-oids
and this is what he savs:
I have been a sufferer for live
years with my kindeys; I had severe
pain across mv back, which was al
ways worse when I stooped over, and
at times it was so bad that I could
scarcely straighten np. I grew very
nervous and could not sleep for hour's
if 1 awoke; my appetite also failed me
and I did not relish 'in y meals. I was
recommended to use Kid-ne-oids and
they proved to be the very remedy I
required; today I am entirely cured of
all that backache, nervousness and
sleeplessness. All due to Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids are put up in wooden
boxes which contain enough for about
two weeks1 treatment and sell at 50
cents a box at M. F. Bahnsen's drur
Descriptive booklet mailed upon re'
quest by John Morrow & Co., ehein
ists, Springfield, Ohio.
WIFE SUES FOR DIVORCE.
Mrs. Angusta Jsaacson Charges Her Hus
band With Desertion. .
Augusta Isaacson, of Moline, has
begun proceedings for divorce in the
circuit court through her attorneys,
Mcese & Ingelsen, alleging desertion
against her hnsband Isaac Iasaacon.
Mrs. Iaaaacon states in her petition that
they were married Jane 24, 1884, in
Sweden, and lived together until April
', lev, when it is averred Isaacson
eft his family. There is one child.
Rudolph, aged 6 years.
A Frightful Ulnnder
Will often cause a horrible burn,
cald. cut or; bruise. Buckicn's Ar
nica Salve, the best in the world, will
kill tbe pain and promptly heal it,
cures old sores, fever sores, ulcers.
boils, felons, corns, all skin erup
tions.7 B8t pile cure on earth. Only
25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed.
Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Foley's Kidney Cure has been
tested and found to be ali you claim
for it. I have been giving it to my
father and it is the only thing that
ever helped him," writes George C.
llickock, Curtiss. is.
Dog davs. Don't run, any risk.
Keep a bottle of Mull's Lightning Pain
Killer with you. Kills any pain in-
tantlv internal or external, saves
life. Doctors prescribe it. 25 and 50
cents at T. H. Thomas1 drug store.
Cheap Cash Store.
Maud S., Daisy or None Such Hour, per sack $1.00
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen J2i C
Fancy creamery butter, the best, per pound only I7c
Good country butter. 12c, the best per pouud 5c
Peach butter, apple butter, plum butter, only jqq
Canned apricots, plums or gages, per can 12C
Nice pure lard, two pounds for 15c, or four for 25c
Santa Clau:i or Anti-Washboard soap. 10 bars for 25c
Fackage coffee, McLaughlin's X X X X or Aurora, only Qq
The best tea siftings of the new crop, per pound 30c
The best fine granulated sugar, 18 pounds for $1.00
Dry goods, notions, house furnishings and shoes to be sold at
cost price this week.
Drink at the Fountain of Health
and be ma4e well
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Builds Mississippi Bicycles
To order from $35 to $50. Call and
see them, they are built at home.
113 and 115 West Seventeenth
The Old Fashioned Pumps
BUFFET LIBRARY GARS
Best Dining Car Service.
1515 Second Avenue.
DR. J. K. WALSH,
Late of Chicago, former
ly Surgeon-ia-Chlef of St.
Anthony 's hospital.
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps of modern construction.
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street.
John Volk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MABUrACTUEEEJ Of '
Sash, Doors, Blinds und Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood flocr
lrg of All Kinds.
Single and Doable Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
g Wrbteent Rock SanfJ.