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THE AUGTJS, THURSDAY, APRIL, 5, 1900.
Shoes for the tender feet,
hoes that fit.
hoes that wear,
hoes at low prices.
SOT Twentieth Street
la an offer of a box of Krell
& Math's CHOCOLATES or
HON HONS whose exquisite
flavor, rich consistency anI
toothsome quality makes
tbeiu general favorites with
lth old and young. Our
Marshmallows, Nut Candles,
Caramels and Home
Cannot lie excelled and our
BOX CANDIES cannot be
equaled for lovely goods and
. neatness of package, lte
meniber SWEET MEATS
will win the heart of any
maid whether she is an in
fant in arms or a woman
grown. Perhaps you have
a sweet tooth. KRELL &
MATH can till it at a mod
KRELL 5 MATH,
Phono 1165. 1718-1718 Second Ave.
Makes the Feet
A. J. RIESS,
Corner Fourth Avenue and Twenty-third street
A GOOD LIFT
It Is for the busy housewife on baking or Iron
In day. when she has uch superior coal to
work with a our higb grade hard and soft
coaL It is always satisfactory, and throws
out a clean Maze from a bright and slowing
Bre when you need it. Satisfaction In both
fuel and price to patrons la our motto.
E. G. Fraxtr.
Wednesday and Saturday Evenlnr X
The Diamond Garment Cut
ter School, 21 21 Fourth
Avenue, Opens Tues
day, April 10th.
All persons who are interested in
the art of dress and matters of prac
tical education are cordially invited
Rooms light, bright ahd comfortabse
Trained and competent teachers, who
will give every attention to instruc
tion in this wonderful system of gar
ment cutting and fitting.
Mrs. Asel C. Peterson, 1711 Fourth ave
nue. Mollor, Illinois, Says:
"I have taken full instruction in
the Diamond (Garment Cutter and am
delighted with the system. With it
I can perfectly cut and lit any kind or
style of garment worn. I would not
be without it."
Mr. II. Ciamble, 1714 Fourth Avenue,
Mollne. III., Say.:
I am very much pleased with the
Diamond Oarment Cutter system.
It has proven of great value to me
and I can heartily recommend it to
any who desires a perfect and com
plete education in the cutting and
fitting of garments.
Steve F. Miller, Sole Lessee and Mgr
Seven Nights, Commencing
Monday Night. April, 9.
THE HOLDER COMEDY CO. No. I.
Presenting nn'liwlram-i, farce, comedy
vaudeville. Monday night,
On the openlmr night one lady will be
ad Tilted free witli each pid Ho-eent
ticket if secured before 6 p. m .: Mon
day. I'ri;es Mc. Lor and :uic. PIe of seats
at Bleuer's jew elry store, l'hone 44 J.
Unpen The Direction Of Chambenun Kindt JcCa
Friday, April 6.
The New York Karon Comedy
company in the feat n refill
"THREE OF A KIND,"
Teeming with honest laugh, tune
ful duties and bristling lionrnoLs
The prettiest k'irU and brightest
boys in all New York.
Prices. 25c. 50c and 75c. Keats on
saie at Fluke's. Telephone No. 20.
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
IMrection. of Chamberlain. Kindt & Co.
One Uig Nlfbt.
Monday Night, April 9.
The theatrical event of the season.
New York's great big hit. A ply with
a record. "--'7 nights at the 14ta street
theatre. New Yoit. Another Old
Home-teal. ' New York World. Alice
K. Krtes and Jerome II. Kddy'a pic
turesque New Kc gland play
"THE VILLAGE POSTMASTER"
I'cder the management of J. Wes
ley Konenquest. "New York hs never
seen a beiterdrama of rural life." New
York Herald. The new nd tig pro
duction Jirect from New York, includ
ing Arctie Boyd as the postmaster.
Prices ".c. 5t 7V and il. Seats at
K.uke's. Telephone SO.
Via the New Line. 1 R. I. at If. IV. Ky.,
Feb. SO. March 6 and SO, April Sand 17.
One fare plus $2. Northwestern
Iowa, Western Minnesota. Northern
Wisconsin, Northern Michigan. North
Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska,
Kansas, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Idaho, British Columbia. Manitoba,
Montana. Oregon and Washington.
For further information apply to Geo.
W. Wood. C. 1 & T. A.. 1803 Second
avenue, phone 1040 Rock Island, III.,
or J. I). Sperry. C. P. & T. A.. 212
Brady street, phone 461, Davenport
Iowa. L. F. Berky, G. P. A.,
A. R. IUss, of Morgantown, Ind..
had to get up 10 or 12 times in the
night, and had severe backache and
pains in the kidneys. Was cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure. It's guaran
teed. All druggists.
Accidents come with distressing
requency on the farm. Cuts, bruises,
stiDgs, sprains.- Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil relieves the pain instantly. Never
safe without it. For sale by Mar.
shall & Fisher, druggists.
PORT BYRON POINTS
Miscellaneous Budget of News
Gathered in the Upper
HISS MADGE PEATT MARRIED
Former School Teacher Becomes the Bride
of Thomas A. Morgan, of Anita, Iowa
Koyal Neighbors Have a Mldsnmmer
Picnic Officers of the New Kastern Star
Port Byron, April o. Thursday
morning LJson Stoue, of Hock Island
came home to visit.
Saturday last Mrs. D. Pottiger, of
Kot-k Island, was visiting friends.
Thursday morning F. II. Schafer, o
Malta. 111., was here to visit his
Mrs. Fannie Fleming and mother,
Mrs. George Allen, arrived here from
Denver last Friday.
Tuesday evening last Reuben Hoi
lister left for Ward, Kas., to attend
Mrs. Bell's funeral.
Fred Moore, son of A. C. Moore, of
Bolliver, Mo., arrived in Port Byron
Tuesday last to visit his uncle, George
R. P. Pearsall, who is attending
Rush Medical college, and his brother,
C. R. Pearsall, -are spending their va
cation at home.
John Schafer, Sr.. who was pros
t rated with a paralytic stroke, is re
ported by Dr. Block to be gradually
On account of the stoppage of the
button factory, J. II. Reynolds, the
foreman, is moving his family back
Tuesday last Miss Clara Martin was
brought home from the Homeopathic
hospital at Iowa City, where she nas
been under treatment.
Thursday morning last Mrs. Case
who was driving down town in a
sleigh, was upset and left high and
drv in the road. The horse, after
getting rid of its harness, cantered
away, jingling his sleigh bells, at a
lively rate and seemed to enjoy the
The hotel in Port Bvron known as
the Maxwell house has been rented to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allsbrow, of Wa
tertown, who will take possession in a
short time, and open up the house for
accommodation of the citizens and the
vv I'he friends of Miss Madge Pratt,
who taught several terms of school in
uma antl adjoining townships, will
be interested to know that she was
united in marriage to Thomas A.
Morgan, of Anita, Iowa, March 20,
by Rev. J. W. II. Pyke. The bridt
w'ill be known as the daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Ira A. Pratt, who formerly
resided upon a farm near Port Bvron
'A lodge known as the Order of
Eastern htar was organized in Port
Bvron Tuesday evening last by the
oilicers of the Rock Island lodge, with
24 charter members. Ihe olhcers
of the new lodge are a;? follows
Worthy matron. Mrs. Sarah Adams;
worthy patron. W. II. H. Dow; asso
ciate matron. Mrs. Ida Metzgar; secre
tary, Mrs. Melissa Schafer; treasurer,
H. E. Wade; conductress. Miss Elsie
Fleming, assistant conductress, Mrs.
Maggie Grant; chaplain, Mrs. Jane
Walker; marshal!. Mrs. Anthony til
nier; warden, Mrs. Mary Fife; sen
tinel. A. B. E. Adams.
Friday evening last the Royal Neigh
bors held a 'midsummer picnic1' in the
new oodinan hall winch attracted
a large crowd. The hall was highly
decorated with flags and bunting and
Chinese lanterns, which gave it the
appearance of fairy land. J here was
a May pole dance by eight little boys
and girls. Ihere were booths arrang
ed for the sale of cocoa and wafers,
sandwiches, ice cream and candv.
There was likewise a gvpsie tent for
4-A horse owned by John Schall died
last week, aged 35 years.
Academy of the Visitation, conduct
ed by the sisters of the Visitation,
2933 tilth, avenue, Uoclc island, lbe
academic, preparatory and kinder
ten departments of the new academy
are now opened to students.
Superior advantages in music, art.
elocution, physical culture and the
A Horrible Headache.
Of large sores on my little daugh
ter's head developed into a case of
scald head." writes C. D. lsbill, of
Morganton. Tenn., "but Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve completely cured her. It s
a guaranteed cure for eczema, tetter,
salt rheum, pimples, sores, ulcers
and piles. Only 25 cents. Hartz &
I'alns la the Back.
A. B. Fitrrington, Constantia. N. Y.,
says: I was troubled several years
with kidney disease and suffered se
vere pains in the back. 1 used Fo
ley's Kidney Cure and one bottle cured
me. 1 recommend it to my friends.
It has given perfect satisfaction." All
Half the ills that man is heir to
come from indigestion. Burdock
Blood Bitters strengthens and tones
the stomach; makes Indigestion im-
fosible. For sale by Marshall &
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
Tta Kind You Hare Always Bought
ANNUAL CHURCH MEETING.
I'nlted Presbyterian Congregation Elects
At the annual business meeting of
the United Presbyterian church last
evening the following oflicers were
elected: Trustees, for three years,
Capt. Frank Black; for two years, to
till unexpired term of Miss Ella Mu
lack, who recently moved to Denver,
Miss Arabella F. Cooke; treasurer,
James D. Warnock; clerk, Miss Elise
Sunday school oflicers elected were
Edwin B. McKown, superintendent
William L. Aster, assistant superin.
tendent; Miss Dora Hartz, secretary
James D. arnock, treasurer.
A theatrical novelty is promised for
the Bums triuay in jr.. r.. niuuer
brand new farce comedy, "Three of
Kind." Mr. Kidder devoted many
years to the creation and development
of those characters which made Sol
Smith Russell famous, and to lind the
gentleman in the ranks of farce writ
ers at this late day, is interesting ii
itself. The Dublic taste has changed
however, and the playwright who
wnnlrl l-ppn rr with th times, must.
devote muc h time to the study of th
puonc puise. in j.nree oi a rviuu.
Mr. Kidder has srone into the rural
districts of New Jersey for a subject
and transported to a summer board
ing house a happy crowd of New
Yorkers in search of recreation. The
result is said to be an interesting
little tale of flirtation and fun. anc
the introduction of a ouantity of gooc
music is declared to result in a com
bination of songs, iokes and corned1
situations, which render "Three of i
Kind" one of the most agreeable en
lertainmeuts of the season.
"Nobodv's Claim." a sensational
corned v drama full of exciting silua
lions ;nid climaxes and runnino over
with clean cut comedy, ha been se
lectcd as the opening bill of the Hold
en Comedy company, which opens a
7-night engagement at Harper':
theatre next Monday Bight. In addi
tion to the drama a relined vaudevilli
entertainment will be presented dur
ing tne intermission Deiween tne acta.
THE TRIUMPHANT ACT
(It Yonr Lite, Eat lirape-Nut i'au
and remember these cakes are made
of Grape-Nuts, the most nourishing
breakfast food in existence. .Next aay
have a Grape-Nuts pudding, receipe
on package. Postum Cereal Pure
tood factories, mttle creek, Mien.
A UNION OF SOCIETIES.
Young Church I'eople to Hold a Meeting;
An adjourned meeting of the young
people s societies of local churches
will be held in the Central rres!yte
rian church tomorrow evening to con-
sider a constitution for an organiza
tion of a young people's union of the
societies. An interesting program of
short addresses and special music has
The Latest War News.
The latest war news it eagerly Nought after.
To some it brings hupplnos. us they read of
valiant deeds accomplished, while to others.
the same message brings sorrow, when they
note the death or caDture of their loved ones
There is alio much sorrow ard suuVring
throughout our own country by those who
have been captured by that greatest enemy -dyspepsia.
For this, however, there is a rein
edy and that is Hostetter's Stomach Hitlers.
which also cures indigestion, constipation, bli
lousnets, nervousness and insomnia, anil, as a
preventative for maltria. fever and ague il is
uneullel. It has a record of fifty years of
cures to back it up and atrial will convince you
that your case is not incurable, as you will find
after taking a few doses your stomaeh will be
I inflammatory Kheamatlsm Cured In
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wile had lnllammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been in
bed for six weeks and had eight phy
sicians, but received no benent until
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediate relief
and she was able to walk about in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501
Second avenue. Rock Island; (Just
Scblegel & Son, 220 West Second
Taxes for the year 1899 are due.
Parties baying personal tax and no
real estate will be expected to make
immediate payment. The penalties
prescribed by the statute will be en
forced lor nonpayment of personal
taxes after notification by postal card
or otherwise. Oflice with Hull & Co.,
real estate and insurance agents.
Room 21, Mitchell & Lynde building.
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thous
ands of sufferers have proved their
matchless merit for sick and nervous
headaches. They make pure blood
and build up your health. Only 25
cents. Money back if not cured.
Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer, drug
gists. Do not leave home on a journey
without a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy. It is almost certain to be
needed and cannot be procured while
vou are on board the cars or steam
ship. It is pleasant, safe and relia
ble. For sale by all druggists.
Tickets Placed in the . Field in
Different Sections of Rock
SALOON IS A LEADING ISSUE.
License Opposed In Milan and Port
Byron, While Hampton Nominates Anti
Salary Candidates, Opposing Payment
of Salaries to Officers aud Wanting to
Spend Money for Sidewalks.
Much interest is manifested in the
village elections throughout Rock Isl
and county. As usual, there are a va
riety of issues, but the saloon con
tinues to share its accustomed amoun
In Milan there are two tickets: IVo
pie's For president. C. H. Brandea
ourg; clerk, Samuel Blair; trustees
O. Piuckley, Morris (iannon, Phi
.abn. Anti-saloon President, 1). I
Little; clerk, W. R. Brown; trustees
W. U. Lovell, F. P. McMichael, Reed
Hampton has nominated two sets
of candidates for yi'.lage offices to be
voted for April 17, as follows: Cit
izens' President, W. L. Black; clerk
E. C. Henline; trustees, II. C. Glanz,
Stephen Odell. Jacob Mohr. Anti
Salary President, Paul Guckert
clerk, Mortimer Fleet; trustee?, George
A. Crawford, C. E. Sikes, Perry Willis
As the ordinance now reads, the vil
lage oflicers are paid, the president
fii.ou ana the trustees f l per meetin
and the clerk $50 perannum. Should the
anti-salary ticket be successful at the
polls (and indications are it will) the
result will be a saving each year to
the village of about $175. which
amount it is proposed to expend in
In 1'ort Byron.
Port Byron, April 4. An auti-saloou
caucus was held at the town hall for
the purpose of placing in nomination
a president of the board of trustees
trustees and village clerk. There was
much interest manifested, 63 vote
being cat. The following were nom
iuated; John Schafer, Jr., president
of the board: Dr. Sensibaugh, A. A
Olin and John Larson, trustees; Jul
ius Linke, clerk.
Millions Ulven Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the
public to know of one concern which
is not afraid to be generous. The
proprietors of Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds have given away over ten mil
lion trial bottles and have the satis
faction of knowing it has cured thous
ands of hopeless cases. Asthma
bronchitis, lagrippe and all throat
chest and lung diseases are surely
cured by it. Call on liartz ii Ulle
meyer, druggists, and get a free trial
bottle. Regular size 50c and fl
Every bottle guaranteed.
What Two Cents Will Do.
It will bring relief to sufferers from
asthma or consumption, even the
worst cases. This is about what one
dose of Foley's Honey and Tar costs
Isn't it. worth a trial? Take no sub
stitute. All druggists.
Noted Healer In Town.
The greatest healer of modern
lines is Banner Salve, for cuts
wounds, sores, piles antl all skin dis
eases. Guaranteed. All druggists
The Big Store,
The Town Market.
The Davenport Fur
niture & Carpet Co.,
324, 326 and 328 Brady
street, show more and
better furniture than
any place In this west
IN BED ROOM SUITS,
BRASS AND IRON
cannot be duplicated.
Come and see how
much better you can
Davenport Furniture and
834 328, 378 Brady St., DaTenport.
Feather Pillows need washing once a year.
Choose a bright, sunny day; fill a large tub half
full of water that is almost boiling hot; dissolve
Gold Dust Washing Powder
In It to make a good suds; put one or two pillows
in, acccording to size, push tbem up and down
and rub tbem between the hands until clean. II
one suds is not enough, use two or more; rinse
in clear warm water, wring as dry as possible,
and hang them out; when dry, shake well, and
they will be as light and soft as new pillows.
Th. abov. i. T.k.n from our ire booklet
golpsx vxLts roa uousewohk
Stat tn. on ruul to
TMg N. K. FAUtBANK COM PAH V.
Chi, St. Lola, Now Vara. Baatea.
114 W. 2nd St.
Here's a cloak and suit show room that contains everything
that is new style aud material from the modest priced gar
ments to the most exclusive imported novelty. A visit of in
spection will proove both. Interesting and instructive. A few
items, just to show you the range of prices.
Ladies' tailor made suit
made of Oxford cloth, f but
ton jacket, well lined und
tailored, a i M suit for
Venetian cloth, tailor made
suit, front and buck of jack
et and skirt applhjued with
lutTeia as shown in illustra
tion. A $'.11 suit for
Ce veand Bicycles
Are standard wheels everywhere. The cycling public has never had
occassion doubt a Cleveland statement. Such a record is the
agent's best guarantee for successful business. Cleveland bicycles
for 1900 are typical end-of-tbe-century wheels. The prices:
Bevel-gear chainless for $05.00
Chain models for $10 and 50.00
Pierce bicycles guaranteed for one year, 40, .r0 and 55.00
Niagara bicycles for 25.00
Cyrus bicycles for 22.00
Let us do your repairing as our shop is the best equipped in the
citv. Our work is fully guaranteed.
SMYTHE & CARPENTER,
210 Eighteenth Street.
"New York Central Park Mixture1' grass seed. "Lawn Restor
ing Mixture" grass seed. "Shady Mixture" grass seed. "(Jolf
Mixture" grass seed. We have all the best grasses, both Home and
Foreign for the formation of line lawns. Our seeds are all of the
highest grades and of strong vitality.
Lawn Fertilizers, Lawn Rollers and Lawn Tools
For Every Purpose.
LOUIS HANSSEHS' SONS,
213 and 215 West Second Street.
Easter is Drawing Nigh
And you will want to be clad in a nice spring suit to celebrate
HAVE YOUR MEASURE TAKEN
And get the proper style and lit, as both are guaranteed. Now
is the time to order.
J. B. ZtMMER CO.
1823 SECOND AVENUE.
Wall Paper Opening Sale.
Our entire new spring stock of 20th century wall pftper is now
here. We have the exclusive sale of many of the latest and
most artistic designs. The beauty and richness of the new col
orings for 1900 is wonderful, even in the cheapest papers and
the price for all grades is surprisingly low.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in spring suiting will be
found now. on display at (us Englin'a. Spring soils
$18, t-0. t-- and lo and upward. Call and examine
"" sum. i i i juiiumwii.
m-' 1 -- - 1 i i -m fTTirin iiiii iniia"
Ladies' all wool serge, tai
lor tnadn suit. Mlk lined jack
et trimtnel with talleta ap
plique as shown in i. hint ra
tion. A (.'K'Kiiit for
310-314 Twentieth Street.