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THE ABGTJS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1900.
la Large Variety Now la.
Ladies1 high cats in enamel,
cork soies $3.00
Ladies1 high, cuts in kid, heavy
Lakes' teavy soles, welt, kid
Lidies' heavy soles, welt, pat
ent tips 3.00
Ladies1 heavy soles, placid
Ladies1 heavy poles, extension
welt, patent tip 3.50
This is the very swellest
shoe on the market. All
widths from AAA to F F.
Sizes from 2 to 9.
COUPONS GIVEN. NEAT REPAIR
307 Twtatleth Street,
Originators, Designers and Builders of Shoes
and Sellers of Shoes and Satisfaction.
Geo. A. McDonald's
YOU CAN BUT
Soda Crackers, per lb 5c
Ginger Snaps, " 5c
Corn Meal, per sack 10c
12 bars Lan ndry Soap 25c
Compressed Yeast lo
Veast Foam 3c
Ntw Corn, 2 cans 15c
New Tomatoes, 2 cans.... 15c
Unceda Biscuit, per pack
Shredded Wheat Biscuit per
the cheap man,
ceo. a. Mcdonald.
2304 Fifth Avenue. Phone 1196
Here We Start for
Hating engaged one
of the best of Eastern
Fancy Candy makers
we will put before the
people daily after to
day a line of new
Watch our east win
dow from now on.
Math & Brautigam Go.
Successors to KRELL MATH.
Phone 1155. 171S-171S Secoad Are.
5 1 B tonic 3:
FOR THE BLOOD. j
5 Th lint powerful and rHbl remedy bofor 3;
I" tfco Mtnlt-. ixil rr th mart otociut 5;
rur of Hltvwl 1-oimo. &-rol u 1. town. I l-m.
51 "! Holin. hm.v Vt". IiUr.y uri-
5 Pyvrrima- lmjiuwiioa. KUMwh Troubl tone
up ui nervous tyilfnl idei,tr a ad r P J"
5 tiw. A vecacaM rrrpmrmtton. 6lm tlCHH
TARS AS STUDENTS
Rock Island Naval Reserves Take
Up Course in Navigation
MUCH INTEREST 15 THE WOES.
Boat Crews to Be Organized to
Select a Team for Next
The Naval Reserves, under the di
rection of Lieut. Butledge, hare taken
np a coarse in navigation and geog
raphy that will require several months
to complete. It consists of a series
of questions propounded at each meet
ing to be answered at the next. The
answers, in some cases, can only be
found after considerable research" at d
the boys are much interested. It .is
proposed, instead of getting a set !
apparatus to furnish a gymnasium
this winter, to devote the money to a
library bearing on subjects in line with
the work of the Reserves.
To Hara Prize Crw.
The boys shortly expect to organize
several boat crews to increase their
proficiency as oarsmen. Those show
log the greatest skill will be put by
themselves as a prize crew, to train
down and take part in the contests at
the next annual encampment.
Endured Death's Agonies.
Onlv a roaring tire enabled J. M
Garrettson, of San Antonio, Texas, to
lie down when attacked by Asthma
from which he suffered for years. lie
writes his misery was often so great
that it seemed he endured the agonies
of death; but Dr. King's Jnew Discov
ery for Consumption wholly cured
him. This marvelous medicine is the
only known cure for asthma as well
as consumption, coughs and colds
and all throat, chest ana lung trou b-
les. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Guar
anteed. Trial bottles free at Ilartz &
Ullemever's drug store.
Grand New Line.
The very newest
things produced have
just arrived at the
For the best things
in the furniture line.
Come over and see
how well you can do
IS4 85S S9X Rnidv St.. Davenport
And Where They Bay the Moit
is the place for you to patronize. We
do cot claim perfection but we do claim
thai for every dollar you gixm us you
receive ita full equivalent, and perhaps
a little more. Each dollar you speed
with us ulll give you one hundred eenta
worth of satisi action-
Have Yoa Tried Oar Orance and Ubm
BAHNSENS' DRUG STORE,
No. 331 Twentieth Street.
CHURCH EXTENSION WORK.
Augustan Pynod Society Choose. B
Am Hemborf President.
The Church Extension society of
Angnstana synod hold its annual
meeting yesterday and elected the
President Rev. C. A. Hemborg.
Secretary Rev. C. K. Slati.
Treasurer O. B. Olson.
In addition to the routine business,
f 3J0 was voted to help the Friedham
church, in Charles Nix county, o. D.
Too Rich to Marry," to be seen at
Harper's theatre next Sunday night,
is a bright and sparkling comedy
tilled with laugh provoking situations
and quick surprises. It is clean and
wholesome. It is a play that drives
away moods and makes one forgetful
of all cares for the time being. From
the studio scene in the first act, where
the complications begin, to the par
lors of the mansion in the last act.
one is kept in a continual uproar of
laughter by the witty lines and clever
situations. Xbroughout the plot
teems with surprises and climaxes,
which grow naturally and spontane
ously out of the resourceful character
of the plav.
Music lovers will soon have a short
season of standard opera at the open.
ing of the new Kurt is Monday, bept.
17. Three nights of opera is the
treat in store by the celebrated An
drews Opera company, the only com
pany on the road presenting standard
opera in .bngash. xney come with a
record of 15 consecutive successful
seasons and the indorsement of the
presi and public wherever they have
been heard. A strong cast, splendid
choruses, handsome costumes, special
scenery and their own orchestra are
some of the many features meriting
The prima donna soprano is Miss
Nellie Andrews, who returns to the
company after two years' absence,
during which time she spent one year
of study in Europe, and last season
was especially engaged as a prima
donna with the Boston Lyric Opera
company for their trip to the Pacilic
coast and Honolulu.
Miss Florence Clayton is the other
prima donna with the Andrews, and
is too well known by our local theatre-goers
to need any extended men
tion. The support of these artists is
fully up to the requirements and
with one of the best musically trained
choruses in the country, and an opera
tic orchestra under the direction of
Charles D Hazeliigg, make their pro
duction very penect and smooth
I he engagement is for three nights
and the repertoire includes Bizet's
famous work ol "Larinen,' which is
also Calve's greatest success. Verdi's
classical grand opera in live acts, "El
Trovatore." and Flotow's tuneful ro
mantic opera. "Martha."
The sale of seats, begins Saturday
.Notice to Contractor.
Sealed proposals will be received) at
the citv clerk s olhce, kock island. 111
until Monday, Sept. 17, at 5 o'clock
p. m , for furnishing this uitv with
i,ow ieet oi iz-incn sianuara water
s.ouu ieet or
8-inch standard water
6-inch standard water
zou reet oi -incn sianaara water
ton 6-ioot two way LiUalow hydrants
for 6-inch bottom and seventh-eighth
Two 12-inch valves and boxes
Eight 12x6 crosses.
Four 12x6 tees.
Six 8x6 crosses and plugs.
Two 8x6 tees.
Six 6-inch crosses and plugs.
Four 6-inch tees.
Two 6-inch valves and boves.
The city reserves the right to reject
anv or all bids.
Rock Island. 111.. Sept. 10, 1900.
11. C. Sc-haffer, City Clerk.
A Powder Mill Explosion
Removes everything in sight; so do
drastic mineral pills, but both are
mighty dangerous. No need todyna
mite vour body when Dr. KiDg's New
Life Pills do the work so easily and
perfectly. Cures headache and con
stipation. Only 25 cents at Ilartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
I inflammatory RhtirattUm Cored In
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wire had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
oint; 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 benefit until
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It gave immediate relief
and she was able to walk about in
three davs. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotian, 1601
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
Scblegel A Son. 220 West Second
Six thousand vears have we waited
for the greatest spring blessing ever
offered. It doubles your joys and
halves your sorrow. That's what
Rocky Mountaia Tea does. 35 cents.
Ask your druggist.
Ulcers, open or obstinate sores.
scalds and piles, quickly cured by
Banner Salve, the most healing medi
cine in the world. For sale by all
lta Kxd Tei Hats km Bel
BIG CROWD AT FAIR
Wednesday a Banner Day at the
County Show at
EXHIBITS MOT AND ATTRACTIVE
Spirited Events on the Race Track
Coal Valley Wins Base
Joslin, Sept. 13. After the windy,
disagreeable weather Tuesday, Wed
nesday morning opened fine, cool and
pleasant for the Joslin fair.
On going upon the grounds one found
the usual fine display of vegetables
and seeds, sweet pumpkins, squashes.
10 varieties of early and late pota
toes, peas, beans, onions, carrots
beets, parsnips, tomatoes, mangel-
wnrzle, salisfy. cabbage, cauliflower
and turnips, white oats, clover seed.
Bpring and winter wheat, white and
yellow field corn, pop corn, rye, tim
othy seed and barley.
In horticultural hall there were be
tween 60 and 70 varieties of winter
and fall apples, O. r. Rathbun, of
Coe township, alone having an exhibit
of 60 varieties. There wre likewise
pears and peaches, all of which was a
feast for the eyes.
In 11 oral hall there seemed to be
fair exhibition of plants and Mowers
works of art, with pickles, preserved
and canned fruits, jellies, spiced
fruit, catsup, wine vinegar and cider
The stands and other privileges
were already doing business and the
merry-go-round got up steam early.
there was likewise on exhibition a
steam threshing machine with stack
er, bay loading devices, farm imple
ments, buggies, wagons, patent arti
cles and an endless variety of other
things. There were 22 pens of pure
bred hots of different breeds, three
pens of sheep, a number of stalls of
blooded cattle and 22 stalls containing
horses and colts.
At 10 a. in., pingle drivers, 4-year-
olds and over: Boyd McMicbael
took the first prize; Ed Adrian, sec
ond. Ei Toban took took the first
prize on mare and colt.
1 p. m. Trotting race, 2:S0 class;
purse f 100. First, $50; second, f25;
third, $15; fourth, $10. One mile
heats, best three in five. Five to en
ter and three to go. The winners
came in in the following order: aiAV
Wiltz, 1st; Minetta, 2nd; Nancy B,
8rd. Time. 2 88
2 p. in. Free for all pace. Purse,
$175. . First. $87.60; second. $13 76;
third, $26 25; fourth. $17.60. Best
three in live. One mile heats. Five
to enter and three to go. The win
ners came under the wiro in the fol
lowing order: Bob Nibs, 1st; Alice,
W, 2d; Billy the Ghost. 3rd; Todstone,
4th. Time, 2.21.
The Ball (iame.
The baseball game between Coal
Valley and Zuma proved to be a close
ly contested game, which was a tie at
the end of ninth inning. Ten innings
gave Coal Valley the victory by a
score of 20 to 19.
The Albany band gave general sat
isfaction. There were 2.331 tickets
Rowling's Telephone Troubles.
Bowling, Sept. 12. Last night at
Tiudall 6ehool house representatives
of the Monmouth Road and Milan
Telephone companies and the Preemp
tion and Bowling Terminal lines met
for the purpose of harmonizing. It
was found that their troubles grew
out of misrepresentation. The dim
culty was duly adjusted. This will
give all the lines south the use of the
switch at Hynes, and the mutual use
of both lines.
The Bravery of Woman.
Was grandly shown by Mrs. John
Dowling, of Butler, Pa., in a three
years' struggle with a malignant
stomach trouble that caused distress
ing attacks of nausea and indiges
tion. All remedies failed to relieve
her until she tried Electric Bitters.
After taking it two months, she
wrote: "I am now wholly cured and
can cat anything. It is truly a grand
tonic for the whole system, as I gained
in weight and feel much stronger
since using it." It aids digestion,
cures ayspepsia, improves appetite,
gives new life. Only 50 cents.
Guaranteed at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
Be Owea Hla Life to the Forethought of a
While on a camping trip in Webster
county, S. I. Stump, of Norman
town, W. Va.. had a severe attack of
bloodv flux. He savs: "I firmly be
lieve that I owe my life to the fore
thought oi one oi the company who
had taken along a bottle of Chamber-
Iain's colic, cholera aqd diarrhoea rem
edy." Moral. Procure a bottle of
this remedy before leaving home. It
cannot be obtained while on a hunting,
fishing or prospecting trip. Neither
can it be obtained, while on board the
cars or steamship, and at such times
and places it is most likely to be
needed. The safe way is to have it
with vou. Thousands of travelers
never leave home on a journey with
out it. For sale by all druggists.
Balf the World la Darkneea
As to the cause of their Ill-health. If
they would start to treat their kid
neys with f oley s Kidney Cure, the
weariness of body and mind, back
ache, headache and rheumatic pains
CHICACOANS WEDDED HERE.
NnptlaU of F. O. McKee and Mlae Era
At 6 o'clock last evening, at the
residence of Frank Goldsmith, the
groom's brother-in-law, 7u7 Twenty
third street, was celebrated the nup
tials of F. O. McKee and Miss Eva
Schneider, both of Chicago. Rev. W.
B. McKee, father of the groom, per
formed the ceremony, and the couple
were attended by James B Eckbart,
of this city, and Miss Catherine Shel
don, of Milan. The colors were pink
and white, the bride appearing in
white organdy trimmed with satin
and the bridesmaid in white Swiss
trimmed in pink.
The couple leave for Chicago in a
few days, where they will reside. The
groom is interested in mines in Colo
rado and the bride, who is of German
birth, com;s ef one of the best fami
lies in her native land and holds a
medal conferred.upon her by Emperor
William :or distinguished attainments
as a scholar.
Look Better In the School Boom Tha
the Sallow Sort.
Young folks naturally like comely
objects, and a good looking, healthy
teacher can do vastlv more with
pupils, everything else considered
than can the skinny, dyspeptic teach
er can. The instructor in Latin and
mathematics in a young ladies' semi
nary at Macon, Ga , had an qxperi
ence worthy the attention oi any
She kept running down a little
more each year until finally a genuine
case of nervous prottration set in and
she was confined to her bed for eight
months, a perfect wreck, physically
and mentallv. bbe and her friends
thought it was due to overwork, but
she now knows it was due to improp
Of course the physicians were called
in, but there is almost nothing that
can be done in such cases, except to
rely on well selected food and proper
care, ibe was put upon Grape-Nuts
all medicines, also tea, coffee, and
iced drinks were taken away. She
had Postom Food Coffee once a day
lhe larger part of her food was
Grape-Nuts, for this food is made
with special reference to rebuilding
the gray matter in the brain and nerve
The lady says: "I bad been reduc
ed to 95 pounds in weight when I be
gan using Grape-Nuts. The new food
was so delicious and strengthening that
I felt new life at once. I hare now
developed into a perfectly healthy.
happy, stout woman, weighing 135
pounds, the greatest weight I ever at
tained, and have a wonderfully clear
fle-sh, rosy complexion, instead of the
sallow, bilious hue of the past.
I never now have a symptom of
dyspepsia nor any other ache or ail.
Am strong physically and I particular
ly notice the strength of mind.
never experience that tired, weary
feeling after a hard day's labor that
used to appear. My brain seems as
clear and active at night as it was in
the morning and I am doing twice tbe
amount of work I ever din. Don't u e
my name in public, pleasa, bat I wi 1
answer inquiries.' JSame can be ot-
tained from Postum Cereal Co., Ltd
Battle Creek, Mich.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at
tbe city clerk's oruce, .hock island
111., until Monday, Oct. 1. 1900, at 5
o'clock p. m., for furnishing this city
One one million and a half gallon
One 7o ll. r. westingaouee electric
motor with necessary converters
switches, etc , with connections to
discharge pipes from pump to mains.
The city reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Specifications will be furnished upon
Kock Island. 111.. Sept. 10, 1800.
II. C. Schaikek, City Clerk.
An Editor's Awfol might.
F. M. Iliggins, editor Seneca (Ills.)
News, was afflicted for years with
piles that no doctor or remedy helped
until he tried Bucklen's Arnica halve.
the best in the world. He writes two
boxes wholly cured him. Infallible
for piles. Cure guaranteed. Only 25
cents. Sold by Ilartz & Ullemeyer,
Try Allen' Foot Eaae,
A powder to be shason into the
shoes. At this season your feet feel
swollen, nervous and hot, and get
tired easily. If you have smarting
feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Fool
Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and callous
spots. Relieves corns and bunions of
all pain and gives rest and comfort.
Try it today. Sold by all drnggists
and shoe stores for 25 cents. Trial
rink ncrf frw AHfirAH Allpn S. (11m.
ated, e Roy, N- Y.
Votey'a Kldasy Cure
Is a pure medicine, and contains in
concentrated form, remedies recog
nized by the most skilfull of the medi
cal profession as the most effective
agents for tbe cure of kidney and
bladder diseases. for sale by ail
A good many consumptives would
be cured and the worst cases comfort
ed and relieved by using Foley's
Honey and Tar. Suggest it to those
afflicted. You should do this as a
friend. For sale bv all druggists.
I had a running sore on my leg
for several years," writes Mrs. James
Forest, of Chippewa Falls. Wis., "and
spent hundreds of dollars in trying to
get it healed. Two boxes of Banner
anll cnnH it " Fnr aula hv
eorr,WT i' i.yi " I' '
Central Shoe Store,
Pictures and Picture Framing.
We have just secured the Rock Island Agency for
the Famous Brown Pictures, a collection of over
2,000 of the world's master pieces to choose from at
only ONE CENT EACH.
Popular Platino and Carbon Prints at 5 and 10 Cents Each.
ADAMS VALL PAPER CO...
310-314 Twentieth Street.
T I I I I ..I -.-"tf;
A. D. UUESING, Wholesale
WE CURE WHEN
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Our Eleotrla Machine for
tbe treatment of Nerroua
and X-Bay work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Insan
ity, weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any
CATARRH. Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood. Kidney. Liyei
ana stun Diseases oaa DO quicaiy ana wnnueuui eureu uj "- w
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervoui Debility. Why treat
roon tha with otbera when we guarantee you a
. 1 4 u.wmaU m.ivajI In thrd.vtflA
WOM-EN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult nr Wa
baye cured many cane, eiven up aa noneiewi, ana wo may uc .um wcui.,.
r'm-A .1 our home if dcalred. Abdominal and brain urn ery a apeelalty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH
afford to place your case in the nana or moae woo nave oaa urn. ur no prBvuuM
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as Burgeon-ln-ehlef
of St. Jttbony'a Hospital together wltb the fact that be baa cured bondreda wbo
were pronounced Incurable by others Curies tne fiveyeara be baa been located In Daren-
port proves oonoluaively thai ne ia we
Ofinohla P900Q TfllfOn
uui uuiu VMw .iw... Hu-ndredi cure
oara, 0 to 11 a. m., S to 8 and 7 to R p. m. Bandar 11:80 to llSO p. oa.
Office 124 West Third Street M'CuUongh Building. Davenport, Ia-
A COMPLETE LINE
of School Shoes for the chil
dren in Kid, Dongola, Grain,
Calf and Box Calf Leathers.
Stylish? flressy and good
honest wearing shoes. All
grades at any price you want
1712 Second Avenue.
We carrv a complete line of exceed
ingly pleasant cfileacloua lotions.
ore$m Bafr tonics, powders, toilet
waters. Elegant up-to-date perfume,
tooth and n airbrushes. Their use will
counteract tbe I'l effects of the sun.
wind, smoke, soot and dust. Wo sell
our own make face pjwuVr in bulk at
10c per ez.
Hartz & Ullemeyer.
D ruggiste, 3C1 Tweutietb st. We
Close from 1 to 6 p. ui. on
Dealer, Kock Island, 111.
DR. 1. E. WALSH.
Formerly of Chicago,
Burgeon-In -Chief of Bt.
otner oonaiuon aue to nerroua euauauon
permanent our in seyen aaysoy our painit a
is a vital one therefore yon cannot
jswcim juu iuuwu cviu u wau.wBo.
. , .,.,.
If vou cannot call writ.
cured by mail.
And not work wear a man oat. Make
yourself master and not a victim of
the situation by taking an effective
tonic like our malt and hop tonic,
which will restore tbe nerves and
strengthen tbe system. Medical men
have only praise forotr standard prep
arations. Leading practitioners at
tribute part of their success to the pre
vious use of these remedies by pa
tiects. One dozen $1.75.
' I BEERS J
A. J. RIESS,
Fourth Avenue and
would disappear. For sale by all