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THE AUG US THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1899.
Summers Sell Stoves.
' All kinds of stoves and if you are contemplating buying a hard
coal stove remember it co3ta bat little more to get a good one
than an inferior one. Buy one with a gua ranteed bond, a Ten
R. G. SUMMERS.
322 Twentieth street.
To come home with some of
our line HON liOXS. CHOC
OLATES, CARAMELS Oli
TAFFIES, the children al
ways do. Don't disappoint the
little ones. There is no re
ward for goojl behavior that
will have such good results
as the promise of some of
Krell & Math's
When papa comes home,"
try it! We have lovely boxes
for grown people as well.
We hayc just received a fresh
lot of the only original AL
CREAMS, put up in neat one
half, one and two pound
KRELL & MATH,
For Sweets of Life
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Who didn't know whether
he 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
caro for a good cigar when
he had 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 THINQ.
We make them firing you
twelve different positions la
the dozen- Better one, with
eight, tlx. four, three and two
different positions In the doz
en. AU regularUy mounted
In the latest finish, si
C. E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper House, Second A vs.
-r-,u-- j .
NOTHING BUT FACTS.
No Deception Used in Talking
About Morrow's Kid-ne-Oids.
The Arrument In Their Favor Come From
I'eople M ho Have Tested Their
There is no deception in anything
we publish about Morrow s Kitl-ne
oids. All our statements are facts,
and are from people rijr'nt here in
Rock Island. People in all walks of
life are usinj; and recommending Kid-
ne-oids because thev cure backache.
nervousness, sleeplessness and general
debilitv in cases where other remedies
Mr, llrown, 2211 Fourth avenue
this citv, says: "I have been sutTer-
inir for the past 12 vears, and have
tried every remedy and preparation I
ever heard of to stop mv suITerin
but was 'never successful Kidnev
complaint i a tiiilicnlt malady to
master, as everyone suilering ironi u
will tell you; most of them have con
btiuit pain, sometimes very severe
and sometimes almost free from it, but
it never leaves one entirelv. I had se
vere catches or a stitch in the back;
these stitches render one almost help
less for the time being. I procurttl
some Kid-ne-oids at M. F. 15ahnsens
drug store, and thev helped me within
a week, even at my age and the 3 ears
I nave liail it.
Mrs. Iirown's daughter savs
"Nothing mother ever took gave her
such uick and permanent relief, ami
we are glad to recommend Kid-ne-oids
Kid-ne-oids are put up in wooden
boxes which contain enough for about
two weeks' treatment and sell at oO
cents a box at M. F. ISahnsen'a drujr
A descriptive booklet mailed upon
recjuest by Joliu Morrow u to
Chemists, Springfield, Ohio.
Arnold's Oromo Celery cures head
aches: 10, Zfi and ft-J cents, lieisa'
Special Low Prices.
307 Twentieth Street.
Open Wednesday and Satur
BUFFET LIBRARY GARS
Best Dinicj Car Semite.
TJr. William-- Indian Pi
Ointment wi. irelilind
2 y Rwl'iit-s. Iiaoson-sihe tumors
f 'i 1 y B P uin the itchinc at once, acts
Li J KSas a poultice, gives instant re
fcl a lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
w merit i prepared lor Pi :e and Itch
rug or the private jnrti Every box U
warranted. My arucgist. ty mail ou e
eetpt ct nrir. M rent and fl.Ou. Will "s
AIUFACTURIHG CO.. Prop. CjfveUao. OtE
Bo.l by M r. B MkUaa srjzcfcM
COUNTY FAIR SIGHTS
Fine Displays Numerous at This
Season's Show at
ALL KUTDS OF PAEM PBODUCT,
Winner In the Hone and Colt Exhibits
Several Interesting- Race Yesterday. A
Rodg-ers Bob Nibs Taking; First Money
In the 3:1S l'aee The Ualloon Ascen
Joslin, Sept. 14. On arriving upon
the Joslin lair grounds .Tuesday after
noon one found the farmers busy
hauling in tbeir exhibits of about all
kinds of farm produce pumpkins
squash, potatoes, carrots, beans, par
snips, beets, peppers, raanjel-wiirU
zel, Kohl-rabi, cauliflower, cabbage
celerv, onions, parsley, watermelons
popcorn, white and yellow lield corn
in abundance. Then there was the
tallest sorghum and stalks of corn
that were ever exhibited at any of our
There were 21 pens of line blooded
bog, several pans of sheep, a number
cf horses, with Installs of cattle and a
number of horses in the stable read v
for the races the following day. There
were a, bout a dozen refreshment
booths ready for business, and George
Coates' euphonious musical voice
could be heard in the distance.
From entrance to exit and from
floor tc ceiling was filled with works
of art both tine and superfine, ladies1
handiwork, plants, photographs
clothing, needlework, tapestries, em
broideries, canned jroods, preserves,
bread, cakes, pies ami confections
with other articles innumerable.
The merrv-go-round propelled by
steam power with its band of music
attachment, started up early in the
day, and was well patronized by the
vounr of both sexes, cheering:, the
hearts of all present.
Frizes were awarded as follows for
tho exhibition of horses and colts:
Yearlings liurt Bowles, first.
Colts 11. II. Warren, lirst; Tom
Sinsrle Drivers Tom Tobin, lirst;
Victor Carlson, second.
Drivintr Teams in Harness Jim
Wreath, lirst; Uovd McMichael, sec
Two-Year-OIds C. Kobinson, lirst;
11. lSeal, second.
Results of yesterday's races:
2:1S pace: Furse 200. divided.
1100, $50. $30 and $20. Al Kodgers'
Bob Sibs first. Kl Kell's El Kav-
mond second and Dave L'hlam's lioxv
tMfaird; time 2:271..
L . . . .
2:30 trot: Purse $100, divided
$50. $30 and $L'0. A. II. Arp's Tros
pect Times first, W. K. Donahoo's
Councillor seeond: time 2:411.
Running rare: Purse $50, divided
$25, $15 anil $10; half mile heats. J
Conroy's Revenge Dave first, Pat
Morrissey s Beasom second, John Op-
pendike s Miss Murphy third: time
The balloorr ascension by Madame
Dockstader was cracefully accom
plished, much commented upon and
rave general satisfaction.
Seoluc With Our Feelings.
A physician makes the statement that we
nee wi'h our fec-Hutcs.- Tnere is more truth in
this than the thoughtless will perceive. For
instance, take a mn or woman wi U a weak
stomach, which has not the power of giving
to the i'lood the nourishment it teauires. The
system is rill wi ti poisonous hiie. 1'oor blood
coursin; through the brain poisons aril weak
ens it. and the sufferer Ls utterly incapable
of enjoyinif beauty of any sort, or even a
hearty meal. The reason the bilious and the
dyspeptic who t?kes Hosteller's Stomach Hit
lers linds life brighter ami pleasenter, is be
cause it cleanses the system and strengthens
tbesloirach. See th .t a private reH Due
stamp covers tha tob of the bottle.
Free of Charge.
Any adult suffering from a cold
settled on the breast, bronchitis,
throat or lung troubles cf any nature.
who will call at Thomas II. Thomas'
will be presented with a sample bot
tle of IJoschee s (104-111 an bvrup, free
of charge. Only one bottle to one
person, and none to children without
order from parents.
ro throat or lung remedy ever had
such a sale as Boschee's German Syrup
in alp parts of the civilized world.
Twenty vears ago millions of bottles
were given away, and vour druggists
will teil vou its success was marvel
ous, it is really the only throat and
lung remedy generally endorsed by
phVMCians. One tit cent bottle will
cure or prove its value. Sold by
dealers in all civilized countries.
No Relief for SO Yean.
I have been troubled for the last 20
years with bronchial affection, and at
times have been bedfast. Have tried
great many cough remedies, but
found no relief until I tried Foley's
llonev and Tar. I can honestly rec
ommend Foley's Honey and Tar as a
quick relief, reliable, pleasant to take
and a sure cure for diseases of the
throat and longs. Minerva Smith,
414 Washington avenue, Danville, 111.
As usually treated a sprain will dis
able the injured person foi three or
four weeks, but 11 Chamberlain s Pain
Balm i9 freely applied a complete cure
may oe enecieu in a very lew aavs.
Pain Balm also oures rheumatism.
cuts, bruises and burus. For safe by
Bad blood and indigestion are dead
ly enemies to good health. Burdock
Blood Bitters destroys tbem. For
sale by Marshall & Fisher.
BOATS' WINTER QUARTERS
Kahlke Bros. Gettlne Tbelr Harbor and
Yards in Shape.
Winter with its cold and dreary
days 13 last aproaching. and Kahlke
Bros., with an ample supply 01 men.
are getting their boat vara in prope
shape to begin another busy season
rjpairing the voyagers ot the deep
which will soon disappear from the
river for the year.
A commodious harbor steamer of
dimensions of 45 by 12 feet, with' an
upright boiler, and machinery of the
latest design has oeen installed
The boat was inspected Tuesday and
pronounced O. K. She will be used
with the dredjre to keep the harbor
Theatregoers are thiilled. enter
tained, delighted, amused aud bored
Mr. Plaster of Paris" is conducted
on lines to delight and entertain and
amuse. There is nothing of thrilling
iuterest in it. The wit is so fine, the
humor so intensely funny, and the
play in such capable hands that one
who sees the irrepressible Mr. Plas
ter cannot help but sympathize with
and lauirh at him. He has more
troubles than the average husband
who is lately a father but has sense
enough not to make a policeman his
confidant. The plav is on high lines.
free from the objectionable features
in the lower grade 01 larce comedy
It is booked for appearance here Sun
dav. Sept. 17.
The Andrews Opera company will
be the attraction at Harper's theatre
Monday and Tuesday evenings of next
week. J he engagement of tins splen
did coterie of operatic talent should
prove, a red letter event with those of
our public who revel in classic svm
phonies of the masters and the
tuneful lays of operas continue.
Among the leading lights of this
company are: JMyrta trench, trank
. Walters. Pearl iSijrhtzer. Catherine
Iee. George Andrews, W. C. Howard.
Kd Andrews. F. J. McCartv and Tom
Johnson. They havein course of pre
sentation the following well known
operas: -Martha, ' ' "Uavaiieria uus
ticana, iroiie tiiroiia, " i irates.
Bohem'an Girl." A collection any
one of which would satisfy the most
fastidious devotee of lyric entertain
Readers from this city who attended
Jacob Litt's production of Sporting
Life at Mcv lcker s theatre in Chicago
will be irlad to know that Mr. 1itt
lias another tremendous success in
Edwin Ardeu's immensely powerful
nlav orah" now running at this
historic playhouse. It is a story of
the persecution of the Jews in Russia
and tells a story fraught with deep-
t human interest, lc is said to be
the best American melodrama ever
written, and Mr. Litt has staged it
as only he tan stage these mammoth
productions. The best company ob
tainable is seen in Zorah." Unfor
tunately the engagement is limited to
three -weeks, and as one of them is al
ready gone by, only two remain in
which to see it. The attendance is
said to rival that of "Sporting Life,"
when the b?g theatre was packed to
the dome dav after day for twelve
weeks. The engagement closes Sept,
23 to make way for Chauneey Olcott
iu his new play A Romance of Ath
Story of a Slave.
To be bound hand and foot for voars
by the chains of disease is the worst
form of slavery, (ieortre I). illiams
of Manchester, Mich., tells how such
a slave was made free. He savs
Mv wife has" been so helpless for live
years mat sue eouiu not turn over in
.1 . 1 ,1 . .
bed alone. After using two bottle3 o
Fleet ric Bitters she is wonderfully
improved and able to
work." This supreme
do her own
female diseases quickly
headache. Iackache. faintino-and dizzv
spells. This miracle working medi
cine is a godsend to weak, sickly, run
down people. Every bottle guaran
teed. Onlv 50 cents. Sold by Hartz
& Ullemever. druggists.
The following resolution, presented
by Supervisor StoITt, was adopted by
the county board yesterday afternoon:
Whereas, 1 he county collector
has made adjustment of the several
credits for uncollected real estate and
personal property tax, to which he is
egallv entitled, with the county
clerk; therefore be it
Resolved, That said adjustment
having been examined and found cor
rect, it is hereby ordered that said
county collector be allowed such
credits in accordance therewith, all of
which is- in accordance with the law
n such behalf."
The board stands adjourned for to
day to ailow the members to take in
the Joslin fair.
Duly Feed Man and Steed."
Feed your nerves, also, if vou would
have them strong. The blood is tae
feeder and sustainer of the whole
nervous system. Men and women
who are nervous are so because their
nerves are starved. When they make
their blood rich and pure with Hood's
Sarsaparilla their nervousness disap
pears because the nerves are proper
ly fed. Hood's Sarsaparilla never
Hood's Pills cures consumption.
Price 25 cents.
Golnr Uywa Hill.
People suffering from kidney dis
eases feel a gradual but steady loss of
strength and vitality. Thev sbonld
ose no time in trying Foley's Kidney
Cure, a guaranteed preparation.
NEAR WATERY GRAVE.
Thrilling Experience of Mother
and Child on the Wing
SATED BY CAPT. JOHN STBECKFUS.
Their Skiff ls Rapidly Fillinc With Water
In a Dangerons Locality In the River
When the Steamer Winona Happens by
and They Are Rescued and Taken on
A woman and her child, adrift iu a
row boat. wer sAVeil from :i watprir
grave by dpt. John Streckfus, of the .
steamer inoiia, last night, just above
A man and his wife and their little
boy were occupants of a houseboat 1
that was riding the bosom of the'
river toward Rock Island. When the
wing dam near Moiine was reached
the luan, reali.iug it a dangerous
place to cross, suggested that his wife
ami son board a skilT and row around
the dam on the Illinois side, while he,
with the houseboat, would attempt
traveling over the dam.
As the skill reached the verge of
the dam the boat began to whirl
around, and it seemed as though its
occupants would be momentarily pre
cipitated into the stream, which is
about forty feet deep at that point,
when a large rock, protruding above
the water, caught the boat, which was
rapidly tilling with water, and held
To the Rescue.
The Winona was steaming by and
Capt. Streckfus, seeing the two people
in 1 he rowboat, aud experienced ma
riner that he is, realized that theirs
was a perilous position, and immedi
ately ordered a skill' manned and gave
instructions that they be rescued as
cjuiekly as possible.
lhe woman and the hov were taken
abcard the M'inona, where all their
clothing was dried lie fore a blazing
fire, anil they were given a warm sup
per, going ashore at 1-lock Island,
where they took a street car tor Dav
enport, meeting the houseboat on that
side. Capt. Streckfus did not learn
the names of the people. But the
woman heartily thanked him for his
assistance, and went her way happy.
She said she and her husband and boy
were making for the south.
17 MATERIALS IN BODY.
If vou would live well, eat well,
that is, make sensible selection of your
The body must have all of the sev
enteen ingredients required in build
ing up a body or disease sets in.
Grape-uts are made from wheat
and barley, selected and so handled in
the processes of manufacture as to
change the starch into grape sugar,
hence the lirst part of the name.
J hey contain all tne needed ele
ments to combiue with oxygen, water
and albumen to reconstruct and main
tain the body in perfect health. Grape-
uts food is the most scientifically
made article for human consumption
ever produced, and will make clear its
healthful claims to any user.
Licensed to Wed.
JaMier F. Kelly f.-hiasro
Mis-s Iuismo M. Ke'fl Ottumwa. Iowa
V ill into Lewis J -.id kins Harnesville. Ohio
viss Laics hlanrl e McKeevcr Moiine
Jun es I'. McCartv Kook IUnl
Miss Jennie F. I)oy:e Ko-U Inland
Don't He Imposed I'pon.
Always insist on getting Foley's
Honey and lar, a it is positively
absolutely and unqualified! v the best
cough medicine. Accept uo substi
Don't delay a minute. Cholera in
fantum, dysentery, diarrhoea come
suddenly. Only safe plan is to have
Dr. towler s J-.xtract of ild Straw
lerry always on hand. For sale by
Marshall & i-isher.
AT McC ABE'S.
Doctors will agree that nine-tenlhs
of the fevers come from the water we
Irink. And sometimes the dearest
wed water is the most dangerous.
Rock Island's water supply is not
excelled by more than three or four
American cities. Taken from mid
channel at the foot of 10 miles of
rapids, rolled and tossed and aerated,
s as free from taint as water is
ikt-ly to be, nntiltered. But it isn't
as clear as well water, and a great
many people go to a lot of work and
rouuie, and some expense, to get
cletrer drinking water.
But, after it is filtered, our hvdrant
water is absolutely safe, clear and
pure; and the filter saves all the
.orry aud trouble of getting water
ou can be sure of.
No need to pav a fancy price for a
filter, either. The highest priced fil
ter there is titers the water through
porous stone. So does our Cleveland
hlter: made light and strong, nothing
possible to break but the porous" stone
tillering disk, amply able to filter
water enough for any family.
Price f I. 5.
I 8. McC ABB CO. I
Beecher's Cheap Cash Store.
Having decided to retire from business, I now
offer my stock of goods for sale, consisting of
groceries, dry goods and notions, shoes and
house furnishings, to some one who will take
advantage of this opportunity, one that is not
offered eVery day. My business is a good pay
ing business, and has been established for
years. I will make the rent low, and for a
term of years if so desired to the party buying
my stock, of goods.
Drink at the Fountain of Health
and be maas well
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Builds Mississippi Bicycles
To order from $35 to $50. Call
see them, they are built at home.
113 and 115 West Seventeenth Street - - -
Publication Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
County of Kock I.-Jand. f53
In the circuit court, September terra, A. D.
Edward B. Kreis vs. Wm. E. Stevens. Win.
1. Stevens, (Jertrude Stevens. Samuel C
Ilauna aod Geo A. Darling. In cli.incery.
Affidavit of the noii-restdence of the de
fendants. Wm. It. Stevens. Uertrude Stevens.
Samuel C. Ilanria, lniple.ided with the a-Hvi
defend3n's. Ceo. A. Darling and Wm. K Stev
ens, having been tiled in the clerk's ontee
or tne circuit court of said county, no
tice is hereby (fiven to the said non-resident
ilefenduuts That the complainant has hied his
bi'l of complaint In s-ikl court, on the enaa-
fery hid-th-reof. on the filth day of August,
IH'J, aud that thereupon a summons issued
ost of said court, wherein said suit is now
pending, returnahle on the third Monday ii tne
m"nth of September next, as is by law re
quired. Now. thcre'ore. unless you. the sa'd non
resident defendnts abc named. U'm 11.
Stevens, (jertrude Stvensl und Samuel G.
Hanca. shall personally be aud upp-Mr bp
fore said circuit eourt, on the first d.iv of
the next term thereof, to be Loldcn at !ck
Island In and for the said oou;ity, on lhe el-,'?i-teen'h
day of September next, and i lo.ul.
answer or demur to the said complainant 's bill
of complaint, the same and i.ht matte-sand
tb:nps therein chartreo and stated will be
taken as confes-ed. and a decree entered
attainst you according to the prayer of said
liKtmc.K w Gamble, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. Auu. 4. IKCj
E 11. UL'YKK, Complainant s Solicitor.
Notice of l'ubllcatlon Chancery
State of Illinois.
Rouk Island County. (
In the Circuit Court, September term, A. O.
Edward H. K re is vs J. urooKS Davis, vv m .
D Stevens, (iertrude Stevens. Samuel C.
lianna. nd;eorif A. Uuriin, In ch-mcery.
Affidavit of non-reslaenee or tue defendants.
Wm. !. Stevens. Gertrude Stevens and Sam
uel C. Hanna. Impleaded with ine above de
feijrtanls. J. Ilr.iks Oavis and Geo. A. Isarllnir.
baviCK be-n fljed in this lerks office of tne
circuit court of sa d county, notice Istbfref re
hereby gl -'en to the said non-resident defend
ants that the complainant flied hix bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on the bth day of August.
aid that thereupon a summons Issued out
of SAid court, wherein sa.d suit Ls now pending.
retumanie on tne third jaonuay In tnemonth or
September next, as is by law required.
Now. unless you. thes id aoa-re-idritdefend-ant's
above named, shall xersonaliv be and ap
pear beforescid circ-jil cou-1. ot the llnstday of
the next term thereof, to be holde i at Koek Isl
and In and for the said county.on the IXth dayof
September next, and plead, aimwerordemur to
the said complainant s bjl of complaint, the
same and the m .tirn ar.d things th-rein
charged and stated wll betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered i;jisi you according
to the prayer of said hllL
Book Island. Illinois. August 4th. Ivtt.
H. H- UVTCit, Complainant a Solicitor.
1515 Second Avenue.
DR. J. K. WALSH,
Late of Cbloapo, former
ly Si:rt;eon-ln-('hlef ot St.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, f
In the circuit court. May term, A. D. 1899.
Rock IsUnd Mutual Ilulldnf? Lon and Saving
Association vs. Wluiam E. Stevens, Ittte
E. Steven-:. .' inirs VV. Atkinson, Thomas
Lyness and William P. Stevens.
Affidavit of uon-resldeuce of the defendant,
William IX Stevens. Impleaded with the above
defendants. William E. Stevens. IxitlieU Stev
ens. James W. Atkinson an 1 Thomas l yness,
having been filed In the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of said county, norlce ls therefore
hereby given to the said non-resident defend
ant that the complainant tiled Its bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side there
of, tin the twenty-ninth day of March. IHKtt. and
that thereupon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit Is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday in the month of
May next, as Is by law required. Now,
unless you. the said- non-resident defendant
alH,ve named, William IX Stevens, shall
personally be and appear before said
circuit court, on the lirst day of the
next term thereof. to be holden at ifock Island
In and for the said countv.oo the third Monday
In HeDlemher next, and plead, answer or de
mur to said complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and the matters and things t her el a
charged and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
Gohob W. Gamble. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois July 7. A. Ix,
E. H. Uotbu, Complainant's bolloltor.
Estate of Anna Meyer, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutor of the last will and le-ta-nem of Anna
Met ers. late of the county of Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the county sourtof Kock
Island county, at the counlv court room. In tha
city of Rock Island, at the cctober term, on the
first Monday in Mctohernext. at which time all
person BalnK claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tae
Iated this &tn oar or Jul v. A. u. ISM.
IUjMlht McrsK, Executor.
Estate of George Stodd. deceased.
The nnderslgced having oeen appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and testament of
George Stodd. late of the county of Kock Isl
and, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives n-c
tice that she will appear before the county
court of Rock Island county, at the county
court room. In the city ot Kock Island at the
Oatober term, on the first Mnday in October
next, at which time all 'persons having
claims against said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of bar
ing the same adjusted
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
Qaevted to make Immediate payment to tho
Uated tola 2tn day of July, A. D. IflW.