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THE AUGTJS, F ftlDAY. MAUCIT i 5, 1 901.
With the fit of jour shoes.
With the style of yonr Bhoes.
With the quality of your
shoes. With the price of your
shoes. If not let us know .
why you are dissatisfied and
we can supply the remedy, as
we carry a complete line of
shoes and rubbers containing
all the above qualities. Prices
the most reasonable in the
Tri-Cities. Spring styles
189 Pair of Rummage
Sale Shoes on Sale.
307 Twentieth Street
OPEN EVEBY WEDNESDAY AND
With Cheap Pictures.
Get them at the '
1822 Third Ave.
Copies from old pho
tographs a specialty.
Call and see our ex
hibit. Keep Your Eye
on this Space.
It will always remind you
where to obtain the best
cf everything in the line'
of Ice Cream, Ices and
We make everything
for your parties and
Try Our Egg Nog and. Angel
Cream. You Will Be
Oar wedding, plain and
fancy cakes, pastry,
homemade bread, in fact
everything we make is
strictly high grade only.
We have always on
band"the leading brands
of candies and strictly
Remember We Want Your
Trade and You Will Find
Us Ever Pleased to
Seve You. -
Yours for high grade,
Frank J, latfi;
Successor to Math & Brautigan Co.
F&oxit 11C 6 1715-1718 Second At.
AT B0ST01I JUBILEE
Rock Island Young Men's Chris
tian Association Will be
Plenums or classes and teams
Will be Placed on Exhibition
The local association is preparing to
be in evidence at the semi-centennia
jubilee of the Y. M. C. A. to be held
in Boston next summer.
Pictures are being taken of the bible
classes, the basketball teams and other
organizations to be placed on exhibl
tion in a gallery that will te a feature
oi ine meeting. President McKinlev
Lord Roberts and other men of great
prominence have accepted invitations
lu auvQu me juouee.
The annua closing exhibition given
at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium will
take place this year on the evening of
March zo. An interesting program
nas been mapped out.
AN OLD TIME BALL
given by Woodmen camp.
Camp 29, M. W. A., gave its 18th
annual ball at Armory hall last night
It was an "old time affair," the pro
gram including: a number of polkas,
schottishes, quadrilles, Virginia reels,
etc. Supper was served at midnight
at Tnrner hall. About 60 couples
were in attendance. Bleuer's full
orchestra furnished the music.
A Horrible Outbreak
Of large sores on my little daugh
ter's head developed into a case of
scald head," writes C. D. Isbill. of
Morganton, Tenn., "but Backlen's Ar
nica Salve completely cured her." It's
a guaranteed cure for eczema, tetter,
salt rheum, pimples, sores, ulceus and
piles. Only lb cents at iiartz & Llle
meyer's drug store.
Home Without a Mother
Not much of a place to satis
fy the inner man; not much
of a place even if mother is
there unless mother has Hour
that is flour. Now we want
you to make mother's heart
glad by ordering a sack of
It costs a trifle more than
some others but look what
C. W. HORTON,
Is the Agent,
Phone 1S21. 326 Twantieth St.
We Want You
To call and inspect our
store. You will always
ffnd it neat andinviting
In our prescription de
partment, purity is
In our Sundry de
partment you will find
everything used in a
sick room, such as Hot
Water Bottles, Fountain
Bear in mind yon are
always welcome, if yon
are a prospective buyer
The Prescription Store. Cor.
Fourth Ave. & Twentieth St.
At Wholesale Prices.
As we have gone into the
wholesale business we will
sell you wall paper at whole,
sale prices. We have the "
largest tock, the finest goeds
at the lowest prices of any
wall paper house in the three
cities. We have over 600 wall .
papers, over 600 ceiling pa-
pers, over 600 border pat- .
terns to select from, at prices
thai cannot be duplicated'
anywhere. We mean just
what we say; Call and see
: us. ,." ' .
Lerch & Grave.
2002 Fourth Avenue, Rock Island.
IO. Telephone 1395.
CLUB MINSTRELS TO
BE GIVEN NEXT MONTH
It was decided at a meeting of tb
committees in charge at the club
house yesterday afternoon that there
should be two performances of the
Bock Island Club minstrels of 1901
one at Harper's theatre in this city
ana tne second at tne Bartis, in Dav
William Jackson, a professional
was engaged to manage the stage, and
Lee B. Grabbe, of Davenport, to di
rect the musical part.
The purpose is to put the entertain
ment on not later than April 20. Re
hearsals will begin next week. The
show will be on even a more elabor
ate scale than it was last year.
The musical features with "Uncle
Josh Spruceby" this year include
band and an orchestra of 12 solo mu
cians. The orchestratra between
the acts discourses a pleasing pro
gram and is one of the many at
tractive features with the show,
For the hrst time this company
appears at popular prices, 10, 20
and SO cents. "Uncle Josh" ap
at Harper's theatre Sunday
Neil Burgess and "The County
fair," which will be seen at the Bar
tis bunday. opened its present season
at the Park theatre, Boston, early in
September, and although it had been
presented over 600 times in the same
theatre, on the opening night of its
recent engagement it was greeted by
tne largest audience . that ever gath
ered inside of the theatre. Not only
was the standing room crowded ar
most to suffocation and every seat and
box occupied, but over two thousand
people were turned away from the
entrance unable to obtain admission.
Every available seat bad been sold be
fore 3 o'clock in the afternoon of the
day of the opening performance, and
by 7 o clock that night enough ad
mission tickets to crowd every inch
of standing room had been disposed
of. But still they came, and long be
fore the doors had been opened the
lines extended out into the street,
blocking the sidewalk and making
passage impossible. It was neces-
sarv to send to the station bouse to
get assistance to handle the enor
mous crowds that vainly tried to get
tickets after the announcement had
been made "No more tickets cold."
Odd Fellow. Elect.
Uincers lor tne ensuing term were
elected as follows last niirht by Ucal
lodge No. 608. 1. O. O. F:
Noble Grand S. R. Davis.
Vice Grand J. B. Brown.
Recording Secretary 11. A. Potter
Permanent Secretary J. F. 'Van
Treasurer Jonas Bear.
Trustees Steve Marschall, Robert
Bleuer, E. Hanson, J. J. Alberry, W.
To Florida via, Cincinnati.
New Pullman train, Chicago to St.
Augustine, drawing room sleepers,
magnificent diners and observation
cars tnrccgn to rioriaa without
change. Leave Chicago 12 noon
every week day, beginning Jan. 14.
Big Four route, Monon-C, H. & D.,
Penna lines. Queen & Crescent, South
ern railway, Plant system and F. E.
C. railway. Call on ticket agents of
Night nil Ber Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night
ong." writes Mrs. Charles Applegate,
of Alexandria, lad., and could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
bad that if 1 walked a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but
when all other medicines failed, three
I bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
wholly cured me and I gained 58
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed
to cure coughs, colds, la grippe, bron
chitis and all throat and lung trou
bles. Price 50 cents and $1. Trial
bottle free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
Ufa Allen Foot Ke,
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. Your feet feel swollen, ner
vous and damp, and get tired easily.
If you have aching feet, try Allen's
Foot Ease. It rests the . feet and
makes new or tight shoes easy. Cures
chilblains, swollen, sweating feet.
blisters and callous spots. Relieves
corns and Damons oi a;i pain ana
gives rest and comfort. Try it today.
Sold by all druggists and shoe dealer-
. m 1 1 .
ers, 23 cents, Ariai pac&age iree.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy,
N. Y. .
I inflammatory Hheamattsm Cared la
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind. ,
says: "Mj wiie naa innammaiorv
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and lace 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 days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue. Rock Island; Gust
Scblegel & Son, 220 West Second
Eucaline Toilet Powder will be ap
preciated by mothers as well as every
one else who recognizes the value of a
first-class toilet preparation. Euca
line Toilet Powder being thoroughly
antiseptic, promptly relieves chafing
and itching, making it very valuable
in the nursery as well as for general
toilet purposes. For sale by all drug
gists. ' ' i
BRINGS DISEASE HERE
Frank J. Pearson Contracts
Smallpox in Davenport, Where
He is Employed.
HOME HAS BEEN QFABAKTINED
Discovered. Last Night-
A case of smallpox has developed
at 1128 Thirty-eighth ' street in this
city, the patient being Frank J. Pear
son, 40 years of age, and the father of
a family of seven small children.
The symptoms of the disease first
came to the attention oi Dr. Jarl
Bernhardi, who has been attending
Mr. Pearson since Sunday.. Yester
day the characteristic eruptions made
their appearance and tpe doctor on
calling in the evening pronounced the
Guard, at Residence.
Health Commissioner G. G. Craig,
J., was notified and a quarantine was
ordered late last night. George Mc-
Gee and O. Rooks were appointed .,to
guard the premises.
rour oi the children nave not been
vaccinated and those of school age at
tended school at the Horace Mann
building up to last evening. A num
ber of neighbors have been exposed,
but so far as discovered all have been
vaccinated and a spread of the dis
ease is not looked for.
Mr. Pearson is foreman at the Loom
works in Davenport, and attributes
his infection to contact with some of
the smallpox patients in that city
His case is of the mildest form, known
as varioloid, and no ill effects are an
ticipated within the family.
Dr. Craig states the effect of inocu
lation is lost after about a year, and it
will be wise for all who have in any
manner exposed themselves to con
tagion to be vaccinated at once. He
has telegraphed for a supply of fresh
KILLED BY POISONED CORN
Viola Stewart Dead and Other, of Family
Viol , aged 2 years, daughter of
Mrs. Nellie Stewart, of Davenport,
died Wednesday from ptomaine, or
tin poisoning. For eight hours pre
vious to ber deatn tne cmld was in
terrible agony. She died in convul
sions. Tuesday, March 5, the family
nad canned corn for dinner. Three
of them, the mother, an 11-year-old
boy, and the little girl partook very
heartily, but the others of the family
did not seem to care much for it. At
supper the mother, son and daughter
again ate heartily or tne canned corn,
and not long thereafter the three were
taken ill. The mother is still in bed.
the boy is about again after four days1
severe illness, and little viola is dead.
W. C Maucker announced today
that his business affairs were such
that he could not consent to become
candidate for mayor at the present
time, but he appreciates the mention
of his name in that connection.
Ira Karr has requested The Ahgcs
to state that bis plans for tbe next
two vears are so uncertain that he
could not --under any circumstances
consent to be considered a candidate
ArgUIo 'Work. Resume.
rhe Argillo works, at Carbon Cliff,
resumed operations yesterday after a
2-uionths' shut down for repairs. Fire
brick is being made exclusively at
present and the capacity of the plant
is 20,000 brick per day.
An Hone.t Medicine for La Grippe.
George W. Waitt, of South Gardi
ner, Me., says: m nave nad tne
worst cough, cold, chills and grip and
have taken lots of trash of no account
but profit to the vendor. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is the only thing
hat has done any good whatever. I
have used one bottle of it and the
chills, cold and grip have all left me.
congratulate tne manufacturers ox
an honest medicine." For sale by all
March 12. Hugh Gorman to R., , I.
& P. Railway company, lot 2, block
12. town of Coal Valley, $75.
Leopold Simon to William Owens,
lot 2. Simon'p subdiv., lot 16, Hale's
add.. Rock Island. S 3.50.
Lillie South to William C. Mueller,
50 feet of w 20 feet, lot 4, block 9,
old or original town of Moliue, $1,800.
Ludwig Hintz to Charles iiintz,
tract by metes and bounds, aw, 25,
17. lw, f iuu.
Tbe stomach controls the situation.
Those who are hearty and strong are
those who can eat and digest plenty
of food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests what you eat and allows you to
eat all the good food you want. If
you suffer frotn indigestion, heart-'
burn, belching or any other stomach
trouble, this preparation can't help
but do you good. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. B. H. Bieber
and Hartz & Ullemever.
The lingering cough following grip
calls -for One Minute Cough Cure.
For all throat and lung troubles this
is . the only harmless remedy that
gives immediate results. Prevents
consumption. B. II. Biober snd Hartz
IN SOUTH ROCK ISLAND
Cornelius Donovan was last night
nominated for the fourth time for su
pervisor by the democrats" of South
Rock Island. He has given them able
and intelligent representation in the
county board and the people of the
town want him to continue in the
harness. They will reelect him by a
The meeting was held at the town
hall and was largely attended and
harmonious. ii. W. Lukens was
chairman and MikeBollman secretary.
The nominations, beside supervisor,
were as follows: For town clerk.
John Mannheim; assessor, G. M La
kens; collector, John Bladel; highway
commissioner, John Paulsen, Sr ; jus
tices of the peace, John Aster and Peter
bchleater; constables. Clem Knscn-
mann and Peter La Frenz. The town
ship committee consists of Philip
Dingledein, Henry McCarty, and
THEORIES ABOUT FOOD.
Al.o a Few Fact, on tbe Same Subject
We hear much nowadays about
health foods and hygienic living,
about vegetarianism and many other
fads along the same line.
Restaurants may oe iouna in tne
large cities where no meat, pastry or
coffee is served and the food crankis
in his glory, and arguments and the
ories galore advanced to prove that
meat was never intended far human
stomachs, and almost make us be
lieve that our sturdy ancestors who
lived four score years in robust health
on roast beef, pork and mutton must
have been grossly ignorant oi tne
laws of health.
Oar forefathers had other things to
do than formulate theories about the
food they ate. A warm welcome was
extended to any kind from bacon to
A healthy appetite and common
sense are excellent guides to follow in
matters of diet, and a mixed diet oi
srrains. fruits and meats is undoubt
edly the best.
As compared witn grains ana vege
tables, meat furnishes the most nutri
ment in a highly concentrated form
and is digested and assimilated more
quickly than vegetables and grains.
ur. Julius itemmson on mis bud-
ject says: vNervous persons, people
run down in health and of low vital
ity should eat meat and plenty of it.
it tne digestion is too xeeDie at orst
it may be easily corrected by the regu-
1a. .-.sa r 9 Cfno,t. T WartonQiQ TVlVllera
after each meal. Two of these excel
lent tablets taken after dinner will
digest several thousand grains of
meat, eggs or o her animal food in
three hours, and no matter how weak
the stomach may be, no trouble will
be experienced if a regular practice is
made of using Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, because they supply the pep
sin and diastase necessary to perfect
digestion, and every form of indiges
tion will be overcome by their use.
'That large class of people who come
under the head of nervous dyspeptics
should eat plenty of meat and insure
its proper digestion by the daily use
of a safe, harmless digestive medicine
like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, com
posed of the natural digestive princi
ples, pepsin, diastase, fruit acids and
talts, which actually perform the
work of digestion. Cheap cathartic
medicines, masquerading under the
came of dyspepsia cures, are useless
for indigestion, as they have no effect
upon tbe actual digestion of food.
Dyspepsia in all its many forms is
simply a failure of the stomach to di
gest food, and the sensible way to
solve the riddle and cure the dyspep
sia is to make daily use at a meal of a
preparation like Stuart's Dyspepsia
tablets, wmcn is indorsed dv tne
medical profession and known to con
tain active digestive principles.
All druggists sell btuart's uyspep-
sia Tablets at 50 cents for full treat
A little booklet on cause and cure
of stomach trouble mailed free by ad
dressing F. A Stuart company, Mar
Strike, a Ricb Find.
I was troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and nervous
debility." writes F. J. Green, of Lan
caster. N. H. "No remedy helped me
until I began using Electric Bitters,
which did me more good than all the
medicines I ever used. They have
also kept my wife in excellent health
for years. She says Electric Bitters
are just splendid for female troubles;
that they are a grand tonic and invig- ;
orator for weak, run down women.
No other medicine can take its place
in our family." Try them. Only 50
cents. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Hartz & Ullemeyer a drug store.
ll troubled with rheumatism, give
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent if it does no
good. One application will relieve
the pain. It also cures sprains and
bruises in one-third the time required
by any other treatment, cuts, burns,
frostbites, qninsey, pains in the side
and chest, glandular and other swell
ings are quickly cured by applying it.
Every bottle warranted. Price, 25
and 50 cents. Ail druggists.
There's safety. There's strength.
There's happiness. There's an all
year's pleasure and health if you take
Kockv Mountain lea tnis niontn. ooc.
T. H. Thomas1 pharmacy.
When you are bilious use those
famous little pills known as De Witt's
Little .Early Kisers to cieanse tne
liver and bowels. They never gripe.
B. H. Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Subscribe for Tax Abgijb.
Onr display in our east window. No better Shoes made
at the price, where style, fit and service are considered.
Calf, Satin Calf, Kangaroo Calf. Box Calf and Colt skin.
Heavy and light soles.
One Price, $2.00. :
Central Shoe Store.
THE RED CROSS NURSE
Has won renowned equal to the soldiers themselves. One
secret of this success is purity of drugs. Too often is the gov
ernment imposed upon with inferior drugs. Individuslj who
are laboring for good only will not be imposed upon. What
better argument is there for purity in drugs. We are careful
of the quality of our stock and insure the ingredients in your
Red Cross Prescriptionr .
HARTZ fi ULLEMEYER,
JOHN PECH offers to his customers first-class
garments, perfect in every detail fit, workman
ship and finish. Silk lined suits to order at $32.
181 2 Second Avenue.
Rock Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the
Momxt Lo Aires
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenmwait, Cashier.
an business July S, 13S0, and oeenplaft
S. K. corner of MltoheU
Not on Your
Do you care to make an un
necessary outlay of money.
Our work is high-class and
our prices consistent with
the superior quality we ex
ecute. All the latest things
in our line.
The Leading Photographer.
413-415 Twenty-third St. Phone 4043
Are You Temporarily
It is no disgrace to borrow money
but everv one prefers tbelr trans
actions private, which we guaran
tee. WE ADVANCE MONEY
OS HOUSEHOLD FCKN'ITUKE, PIAKOS,
Horses, cabriages. wagons,
live stock and other
There are no restrictiors on jour
moTins. no inquiry amoog your
neighbors or friend. You retain
possession of the property and bare
tha nse of the money. Information
Fidelity Loan Co.
ROOM 88, MITCHELL A LYNDE
Open Wednesday and Saturday
1712 Second Avenue.
301 Twentieth St
It will pay you to buy your
seeds from us as we keep
only the highest class of
seeds. Seeds that give you
. big results. Our aim is al
ways to get and to sell the
best seeds that can be ob
tained. Our stock consists
of the best varieties adopted
to this vicinity. Call or send
Louis Hanssen's Sons,
213-215 West Second St.
Four Per Cent Paid on
Oh Pjcssohax Collateral Ob Beal Estatx Skgukitt.
H. S. Cftbls,
H. P. Hun,
K. W. Hunt,
i. M. Buford
-iMloon snd Hnrs.
Notice Application for Change of Name.
Notice is hereby Riven that the undersigned
will at the May term a. D. 1901. of tne cltcu t
court of Bock Islaod county, Illinois, which
convenes on tbe 6th day of May A. D. 1101,
make an application to said court for leave to '
change bis Dime from that of O. K. Olson,
which he now bears, to that of C. E. Odell, by
which name to be assumed he is to be there
after known and called.
Any one interested can appear In said court
and tile objeotlons to such intended change of
name if tbey so desire, and may show cause
why the court should not crsnt the prayer of
th (petitioner C.E.Oujx.
W. J. SWECNBT, Solicitor.
Notice Application for Chance of Name.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
will at the May term, A- D. 111, of the circuit
court of Bock Island county. Illinois, which
convenes on the 6th day of May, A. D. iwt'1.
make an application to said court for leave to
change his name from that of Albert Simon
Johnson, whlob he now bears, to that of Albert
Simon Hamilton, by which name to be as
suxedbelsto be thereafter known and called.
Any one Interested can appear In said oourt
and Hie objections to such intended change
of name If they so desire, and may show cause
why the court should not grant tbe prayer of
the petitioner. AI.HEBT SlMOU JoHNSON.
V?. J. SwtiMT, Solicitor.
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via Scenic Routs to California through
Colorado and Utah
WEDNESDAYS. THURSDAYS ass FRIDAYS.
VU Southern Route to California through
Oklahoma and Texas .
EVER Y- WE ON &SDA Y.
Via Scenic Route to Portland. Ore.
EVERY WEDNESDAY, x
For information and "Tourist Dicnnmy"
address Ticket Agents. C R. 1. A P. By..
Davenport, lows. Rock Island or noliaa. III.