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THIS AHHJS, MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1899.
comes from the use
of the famous
Scalp Cleaner, and with perfect
cleanliness comes beauty.
Mrs. N. J. Bell. Box 60. University
Place, Omaha. Neb., writes : "Every
head should be shampooed frequently
with this whole iome remedy."
. After each shampoo, when the hair
is thoroughly dry. the scalp should be
treated with Seven Sutherland Sisters
Hair Grower. Sold by an druggists.
T. H. THOMAS,
Corner Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
The summer girl
And there ia nothing like
KKELL & MATH'S deli
cious SODA WATER for the
BICYCLIST OK 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 8 hoping.
For all sexes and ages, our
cold sparkling soda water,
flavored with pure fruit juices
Our let 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 5 MATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Who didn't know whether
he could play the violin or
not, because be had never
tried? That man was de
lightful. He kept bis soul
alive. He was not a man
who would tell you he didn't
care for a good cigar when
be had never tried one. One
sinjrle trial will convince
ou that in no other store
n the citv 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 UTTLE
Are JUST THE THXKCJ.
We stake them gTtng yo
twelve different positions la
tee dozen. Better onea wWb
e cbt. tlx. roar, three and two
different positions la the doz
en. AUreculmray mounted
In the latest finish, at
C E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper House, Second At.
I 1 i I 7T
CHASE AFTER A DOG.
Sunday Excitement in Neighbor'
hood of Nineteenth and
POLICEHAir USD A SHOT GU3T.
Canine That Had Bees IUa Nleht
Hideous Leads Pursuers a Merry Sport
and la Flashy Captured and Led to the
Station, Ills Execution Taking Place
Armed with a double-barreled shot
gun. Acting Policeman Wirt invaded
the neighborhood of Nineteenth street
and Fourth avenne yesterday about
noon in search of the scalp ot a home
less canine that had been making the
nights hideous to the people there for
a week cr so. The dog, it is claimed,
was the leader of a band of vagrants
that would gather when the populace
had retired and hold moonlight ses
sions that would invariably terminate
in a row, and the consequence w-as a
series of scraps that would continue
until daybreak, disturbing even the
When Mr. Wirt strode into the af
Hicted district there was consternation
among the children and some of the
older folks at the sight of the double
barreled dogological dispatcher.
There was a consultation between the
blue-coat and those who were ac
quainted with the troublesome dog.
The dog, a lithe-limbed beast, was
sighted moving down an alley toward
the officer, but instictively suspecting
that it was under surveillance darted
into a yard, followed by a bullet from
a revolver that a neighbor had pro
enred to assist in the search. Hut
his aim was faulty and the dog march
ed onward, only to fall into the arms
of a crowd of people on Fourth ave
nue. The blue-coat and the gun were
there, too, but it would neter do to
take a chance at the dog under such
circumstances, as it was dollars to
collar buttons somebody aside from
the dog would be hurt. The chase
continued for half, an hour be
fore the cannie was surrounded and
cornered and captured. A rope was
placed around its Deck and the death
warrant read. Women and chicken
hearted men appealed to the police
man not to harm the poor thing, that
it was no worse than the other dogs
in the neighborhood and to give it at
least one more chance for its "white
Would Not Chance lecUlon.
But the high executioner having
passed sentence, said he could not
alter his decision, but linaily his s'.ony
heart was softened to th'e extent that
he granted a -stay of execution until
Monday, to allow those who had in
tervened in behalf of the dog to show
cause why the brass-button decree
should not be carried out.
The dog was then piloted to police
headquarters. It was a solemn pro
cession, interrupted occasionally by a
yelp from the prisoner. The dog was
locked upann sent to tne "nappy nunt-
ing ground".at y o clock this morning,
the petitions of the neighbors having
AN ABUNDANCE OF GAME.
Uaall Reported to be More Plentiful Than
In Former Years.
There is said to be an abundance of
rame throughout the state this year.
tuail is reported to be more plentiful
than in many vears past, bave uoves
and squirrels, however, there will be
little shooting lor two monins tocome.
farmers say the season was very
favorable forquail and that great num
bers of half crown birds are now
found in the fields and woods. It fre-
qucntly happens that heavy rains in
June drown the young birds, but this
year they seem to have escaped. The
fact, however, that quail are numer
ous now is not proof that they will ue
numerous when the shooting seasons
opens, Nov. 1. It usually happens
particularly in the central and north
ern part of the state, that these birds
& A . m
j And Oxfords
commence moving in October, and
large percent of them leave the locality
in which they were hatched. Prairie
chickens can be killed after September
1 and there is an equally big crop of
these birds. '
TIM O'ROURKE COMES BACK.
Player Returns to Rock Island
Tim O'Rourke, who signed with
Schenectady, in the New York State
leasrue. after the w estern association
disbanded, has returned to Rock Isl
and. He likes the town, he says, and
intends sending for his mother and
making his home here in case he se
cures desirable employment. Tim
held down third base for Rock Island
this season, playing a good all-around
game, ami xl we nave a clnb next vear.
and doubtless we will, Tim will be
member of it. Tim says he and live
other players quit Schenectady because
their salaries were not Iorthconiinr
with satisfactory regularity.
NEXT CONVENTION HERE.
Colored Knights Templar of Illinois
Iowa Meet In Koch Island In 1 UO
Knights Templar of Illinois and
Iowa will bold their next convention
in Rock Island in August, 1900.
Eureka commandery, No. 13. of this
city, has returned from Chicago,
where the annual conclave closed Sat
urday. Henry Eurria led the cam
paign for Rock Island, and after some
tall nustling among tne delegates.
who were made acquainted with the
many points of interest here and the
facilities for entertaining visitors,
they voted the convention to Rock
Island. One thousand knights at
tended the Chicago meeting, but i
much larger delegation is expected
here next year, as Rock Island is more
centrally located in the jurisdiction
m The Famous
ty. Food I
j Grape-Nuts. f
Searching for some palatable, easily
prepared dish for breakfast, it is like
an inspiration to come across Grape-
No cooking is needed. The food
can be served instanter with a little
creim or milk and the taste is that of
a delicate crisp sweet of grape sugar
to be seen glistening on the small
This grape sugar is produced from
the starchy parts of the grains and is
crystalized and deposited naturally
during the processes of manufacture
The taste of Crape-Nuts is most
captivating. Don't let it lead you to
eating more than lour or live tea'
The food is condensed and
volume is not required.
Reynolds Helpenstell, of the supply
department, is camping on Vandrull's
George Rosen field has returned from
his trip to Chicago awheel.
Up to last night 4,07-t certificates
had been issued and 55 camps char
tcred during August.
Ex-Head Attorney J. G. Johnson
arrives in the city tonight.
Head Attorney J. W. White returned
from Hock tails this morning.
The directors convened in regular
ine Aiergeninaier type-casting ma
chine has arrived and is being installed
in the printing department.
Alter you nave concluded that you
ought not to drink coffee. It is not a
medicine, but doctors order it, be.
cause it is healthful, invigorating and
appetizing. It is made from pure
grains and has that rich seal brown
color and taste like the finest grades
of coffee and costs about one-fourth
as much. Children like it and thrive
on it, because it is a genuine food
drink containing nothing but nour
ishment. Ask your grocer for
Grain-O, the new food drink. 15 and
Bis Life Was Saved.
J. E. Lillv, a prominent citizen of
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder
ful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of it he says: "I was taken
with typhoid fever that ran into pnen
monia. My lungs became hardened
I was so weak I couldn't even sit up
in bed. Nothing helped me. I ex
pected to soon die of consumption,
when I heard of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, tine bottle gave great relief.
I continued to use it. and now am
well and strong. I can't sav too
much in its praise." This marvelous
medicine is the surest and quickest
cure in tne world lor all tnroat and
lung trouble. Regular sized 50 cents
and $1. . Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store; every bottle
"Foley's Kidney Cure has been
tested and found to be all 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.
liickock. Curtias, Wis.
The soothing and healing proper
ties af Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
its pleasant taste and prompt and
permanent cures, have made it a great
favorite with the people everywhere.
For sale by all druggists.
EYSTER THE WINNER.
Golf Tournament at
GEOSS SCOEE ALSO SECOND BEST.
Players and Spectators Tors Out In Force
at the Links, the,Iay Heine; an Ideal
One for the Game Clinton Delegation
Present to Get Pointers for a Course at
Dr. G. L. Eyster, of this city, easily
distanced all his competitors and won
the fortnightly handicap for men at
the arsenal golf links Saturday. His
success was well won, for in addition
to making the lowest net score, his
gross score was the second best in the
The day was an ideal one for golf,
so that players and spectators turned
out in force. Among the latter was a
party from Clinton, headed by the
mayor of that city. Clinton, it is
understood, is to have a lirst-class
golf course, and the Clintonians, as a
matter of course, have taken the local
one as a model.
- em. Handicap. AVt Scnrt.
Evster. Dr. G. L. 105 20 85
l'junu S. K ISO so yo
Ssinner, C. P 1"6 13 94
Judy. A. M IIS -M
(.'numbers. V 1CH 13 Wl
Denkmann. P. C 117 20 97
Richardson. M. N 115 Itf !
Ames. '1 I, 14 25 W
Hurr. . W 100 O HO
t'udy. J. D. liO O 100
CoineRVS, J. P i: sr 100
A ins wort n, H 113 10 10S
Carson. H. F 113 t 104
McCu'louch, W. J 133 10 KM
l.ynde.O. K l-'l 13 IW
Hutt-rworth, W 133 14 1J9
Hurst. K. W 131 - ?! 109
Samuels. .John. 133 13 110
V. . DstU 130 20 110
U Marks 130 20 HO
K. I. Middle ton 136 14 113
O. W. (iood 133 9 1'3
G. M. Middietou 141 2ft 116
U. W. CDl! 133 16 117
T. CDicKson 137 20 117
E. H. Van Patten 143 25 117
K. Mixter 138 20 118
I S. White U4 3i 119
T. A. Mnrphy 144 25 119
V. S. Peirce 130 130
H. Wylie 136 15 121
C. R Stephens 133 133
N.Kuhneu 153 25 137
S. ly 139 10 129
J. Donahue ICO 30 130
J. M. BuTord
H. S. Cable
W. E. McCrea
l. T. Robinson
J. T. Stafford
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Mrs. J. H. Giller is in Geneseo.
George Stroehle is in Clinton today.
Magistrate J. T. Stafford is in Chi
cago. Thomas Adelman spent Sunday in
Miss Myrtle Cameron is visiting in
William Allen is in the city from
Porter Skinner leaves tonight for
has returned from
Fort Scott, Kas.
H. W. Ludolph,
dayed in the city.
Dr. C. J. Long.
of Clinton, Sun-
of Dubuque, spent
Sunday in the city
Bert Stone has
returned from a
visit in Port Bvron.
Irvin E. Littig is spending a week's cuurcu ln lnl3 onJ
tcation in Chicago. H- Stremmel,
August E. Lamp is taking a trip on
tne river to &t. 1'aui
Miss M.E. Peterson has returned
from her visit in Reynolds.
11. E. Cain left at noon for a visit
with his parents at Weldon, 111.
F. G. Young and family have re
turned from their eastern trip.
Mrs. II. D. Sears, of Scars, returned
today from a visit at Cody, Neb.
Hon. E. W. Hurst has gone to join
Mrs. Hurst at Atlantic City, N. J.
Mrs. E. C. Hart is in Atkinson, HI
visiting at the home of her mother.
Hon. William Jackson returns this
week from his visit at the seashore.
Miss Rose Wetmore, of Ontario, HI.
is a guest of Mrs. George Kingsbury
Frank Huntoon and bride, of Man
istee, Mich., are visiting in the city
Bert Robb and Harvey Poilard are
visiting friends and relatives in Clin
Miss. Mae Nicholson is a pas sen
ger on the City of Winona to Clinton
Mrs. John Ohlweiler, Jr , gave
coffee at ber home on Seventeenth
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McCaffrey, of
Galesborg, returned home today after
a visit in tne city.
Miss Amey Henderson, who has
been visiting in Kansas City, Mo., re
turned home today.
Mrs. M. F. .Archer' and children
have returned from a visit at Wilton
and Brooklyn, Iowa.
L. Edwards, of Peoria, who has
been spending a few days in the city,
returned nome today
Misses Katherine and Lillian Plamon-
don. of Chicago, are visitinsr at the
residence of T. 11. Dolly
Fred Pollard and Harry Perter have
returned from their jaunt to Denver
and other western points.
Mrs. John W. Tremann and chil
dren left last night for a month's visit
with friends in Carthage, Mo.
Ralph Hollman is back to work as
brake man on the Burlington's Savanna
passenger after a week's illness.
Mrs. John Gnin has gone to Joslin
to spend a week with her sister, Mrs.
J. Walter, of Savanna, spent Sun
day with his family, who are visiting
at the residence o! Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. E. B. McKown and daughter,
Miss Cora, return tomorrow from
Comanche, la., where they have been
F. B. Jones, vice president and
manager of the Southern Bock Island
Plow company at Dallas. Texas, is in
William J. Archer, who has suffered
an attack of typhoid fever, has been
removed to his parents1 home at Wil
George W. Henry left Saturday
night for Colorado In response te the
information that his son, FA Henry,
is seriously ill there.
Mrs. Joseph Grillin, who has been
visiting at the residence of Mrs. C.
Herkert. returned Saturday to- her
home in St. Louis.
R. D. Cross, who years ago was a
resident of Bock Island, but who is
now living at Wilton, Iowa, was a visi
tor in the city yesterday.
E. R. Clayton, of Covington. Ky.,
left for home today, after a visit with
the family of Engineer John Collins,
of the Rock Island bridge.
Miss Jose Rhubeck, who has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Small, at 2926 Seventh ave
nue, returned to Geneseo yesterday.
Mrs. John Muncy, who has been
paying a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ferdinand Davis in South Rock
Island, returned to her home at Aledo
W. W. Newhall and family, of
Cameron, Mo., who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. William Kavanaugh, at
513 Thirty-ninth street, retdrned home
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Dusinberre,
who came to Rock Island to attend the
funeral of the late Mrs. Elizabeth
Harper, return to
Miss Irene Rosen field leaves tonight
to join her mother at Atlantic City,
N. J., and also to visit with Lieut,
and Mrs. Charles Keller, in New
Willis C. Mitchell, who is now en
gaged in the shoe business at Cedar
Rapids, where he and his brother re
cently bought out a retail store, spent
Sunday with his folks.
Mrs. Christina Gavin was very
pleasantly surprised at her home,
1411 Fifth avenue, Saturday after
noon by 25 of her lady friends in
honor of her 67th birthday anniver
sary. Mrs. John Aster and granddaughter.
Miss Bessie Hartz. left today for a visit
in Clinton. They were accompanied
to Clinton by the Misses Selma Bear,
and Margaret Lipton, the latter of
State's Attorney C. J. Searle left
today for Rushville to join the other
members of the board of trustees of
the Illinois Western Normal in their
tour of cities bidding for the location
of that institution.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hemp, of St.
Louis, are visitors in the city for a
day or two. Patrons of baseball will
recognize tne lormer quicKer as
"Ducky" Hemp, an old faTorite in the
Eev. H. Schmidt, of Sealy, Texas
and Miss Caroline, daughter of Rev,
and Mrs. C. A. Mennicke, will be mar
ried Thursday evening, Aug. 24, at 7
o ciock, at the Uerman Lutheran
who recently re
signed nis position as clerk at Schnei
der's grocery," has accepted a position
as traveling salesman for Rodewig.
Smith & Co., of Davenport. His ter
ritory will be northwest Iowa.
A party of members of the First
Baptist Sunday school Fay Skinner,
Dale Cline, Rav Summers, George
Siemon, Harvey Sangren and Harry
Thompson accompanied by James
Andrews, teacher, is enjoying a trip
to Clinton today on the steamer Wi
E. B. McKown and Miss Mary
naiston nave arrived borne from Pitts
burg, where they attended theNation
al Young People's Christian Union
convention. The other members of
the party. Rev. D. L. McNarv and
wife and Miss Mildred Warnock re
mained for a visit at Pittsburg.
Hon. Ben T. Cable arrived in the
city Saturday night, remaining until
this evening, when he departs for the
east. Next week he will take a party
or mends; several from abroad, on an
extended trip through the west in his
private car, Aztec. The party will
start "from Montreal, Canada. Mrs
Cable and Mrs. Lucy Castleman will
be members of the party.
Snbocribe for The Arotjs
Our big Aujrust clearinir
sale is in full swing every
body busy as busy can be;
no time to write for this
Come in and see the crowds.
even if you don't want to
L. 8. HcCABK CO
Cheap Cash Store:
Maud S., Daisy or None Such flour, per sack $1.00
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen 12iC
Fancy creamery butter, the best, per pound only J7iC
Good country butter, 12Jc, the best per pound JSC
Peach butter, apple butter, plum butter, only JQq
Canned apricots, plums or gages, per can 12iC
Nice pure lard, two pounds for 15c, or four for 2SC
Santa Clauj or Anti-Washboard soap. 10 bars for 25C
Package coffee, McLaughlin's X X X X or Aurora, only Qq
The best tea siftings of the new crop, per pound 30c
The best line granulated sugar, 18 pounds for $1.00
Dry goods, notions, house furnishings and shoes to be sold at
cost price this week.
BAUERSFELD & SEXTON
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
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
IS THE PROPER THING
Up-to-Date Wall Papers.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
new wall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A finer line Lt lower prices t
than ever before. Be sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
JOHBJ M. r.KITHjr.
Paper Hangers f
Shop 419 Serenteentia St.
1515 Second Avenue.
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work is the best
is turned out in this vicinity.
i neir services is prompt ana pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
1814 Third Ave. Telephone 1293.
- - - Rock Island.
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.
310-314 Twentieth Street.
HKITST A. FAKIDOS