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TBE AUGTJS, FIiIDA"i MAY 24. 1901.
In the same stand has enabled
119 to know the wants in
Footwear. Never before has
our stock been so complete.
Oar business is steadily
growing. Why? Because
we give yon what yon pay
for. "and more" give the
greatest attention to fitting
yonr feet properly. If you
are dissatisfied give ns a trial
and we will please you in
footwear. Good Shoes for
children, comfortable house
slippers, strong bat medium
weight boys1 shoes, ladies'
stylish but easy shoes, sen.
Bible shoes for men that
207 Twentieth Strttti
OPEN EVERT WEDNESDAY AND
Orlcrin&tor. Designers and Builders of Shoes,
and sellers of Shoes and satisfaction.
We Want Yoa
To be Particular
About the tta you choose
particular people are oar
moHt regular customers.
There's neckwear here to
suit the most particular man
that ever was, and Collars,
Caffs, Shirts and Hosiery as
well. And there's nothing
here that's iiot in the smart
est style. '
1714 Second Avenue.
Just (lie Tiling
For any function whether
formal or modest, you'll find
Math's Ice Cream just the .
thing. It is a delicate bit
for refreshment, elegant
enoagh to be used on the
greatest occasion and yoa can
afford it for little home par
ties. Let us have an order.
Our Ice Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Pure and De
licious. Try onr Yankee and Sultana
roll. It's a winner. Don't
forget that we are leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectionery
tarns out. Physicians rec
ommend our whole wheat
bread for the sick, why won't
it be good for the healthy?
It is made by ns only
from the Purina Health Floor.
Yours for high grade,
Frank J. Matb:
Formerly Krell & Math.
Phene 1156. Hlfc.171? Secoii Ave.
HAPPY SCHOOL DAY
Exercises Marking the Graduation
of the Eighth Grade Next
PEOGBAM IN THREE BUILDINGS
Children to Unite in Entertain
inj Schools and Vis
The graduating exercises of eighth
grade pupils will be held next Friday
morning, beginning at 10 o'clock, in
the corridors of the schools in which
classes complete the grammar grades.
The teachers and Supt. Ilayden ex.'
tend an invitation to the parents of
graduates and citizens generally who
are interested in school work to be
present. Following are the programs
that wiU be carried oat in the differ
Mary Piatt, Lou J. Philp and Idessa
March Pearl McKennan.
Chorus "Away to the Woods."
Words to the Class Supt. II. B
Recitation "The Baby In Church,"
Nettie Phil brook.
Vocal Solo Bessie Eberhart.
Recitation "Little Rocket's Christ
mas," Geraldine Simons.
Piano and Violin Duet Mabel Bra
ner and Florence Friestat.
Recitation "A Sermon Without a
Text," Hetty Ferguson.
Choruses "On, Light Bearing
Star," "The Lily of the Valley."
Recitation "Instruction in Civics
a Patriotic Duty," Arthur Harms.
Piano and Violin Trio Gail Postle
waite. Bertha Frick and Will Marquis.
Recitation "The Second Trial,"
Presentation of Certificates F. E.
Words of Welcome to High School
Principal J. F. Darby.
Chorus "Star Spangled Banner."
Ida W. Lundy, teacher.
March Edith Griffiths.
Song "Away to the Woods,"
Prayer Rev. E. Hoffsten.
la the world
To too ALso a Free
Sample of Warner's
I ail1 iure, mc kic.l
peclflo to-all Kidney
I Liver and Urinary
disease by sending
! your address to-day to
Warners bare ure
Co , Rochester, N. v.
Successor to Eclchart.
319-321 Twentieth Slreet.
Can Supply You with Everything
in the Line of
The Largest Line of
In the City and at the Lowest
Decoration Day and
Come so close together this
year that the demand for
Cut Flowers will be much
greater than usual. We are
now bookiag orders for
these days and if yoa wish
any flowers of any kind it
will pay yoa to send as
your orders early. We
handle the finest flowers in
the three cities and can
famish yoa with anything
yoa want in that line.
Order early and avoid the
advance in prices. We
also furnish potted plants
for decorative purposes.
Fourth Ave. & Twentieth St.
Music Prof. Zedeler's orchestra.
Recitation "An Incident of the
War," Ruth Telleen.
Recitation "John's Soliloquy,'
Piano Duet "The Golden Star Gal
lop." Lauretta Carstens and Anna
- Recitation "The Ruling Passion,
Song "Mother Goose Medley,
Music Prof. Zedeler's orchestra.
Recitation "The Red Jacket," El
Piano Solo Edith Griffiths.
Recitation "Bill, the Engineer,'
Song "Anchored," class.
Recitation "The. Whistling Regi
nient, Gertrude Uenke.
Address to the Class Rev. Hoff
Violin Solo Nicoline Zedeler
Presentation of Diplomas Prof. II
B. Ilayden, superintendent 01 schools
song "song 01 xnanuuiness,
L. C. Daugherty and Mary E. En
Chorus "The New Star Spangled
Prayer Rev. D. L McNary.
Recitation "Paul Revere's Ride,
Recitation "The Swan Song of
Parson Avery," Zoe Blecker.
Chorus "O Light Bearing
Reading "The Pass of
crankie," Walter Heimbeok.
Piano Solo Mabel Sangrcn.
Recitation "The Soldier's
don." Minnie Stuhr.
' Reading "The Battle of Lookout
Mountain," Carrie Hansen.
Trio "Legend of the Bells."
Recitation "At School Close.'
Mamie Sal a.
Address Rev. D. L. McNary
Presentation of Certificates L. C.
Daugherty and M. E Entrikin.
Closing song by school.
FAST COLORADO SERVICE
TO BE STARTED JUNE 16
Announcement was made by the
Rock Island yesterday that June 1G it
would put on an additional fast train
between Chicago and Denver, and that
the 18th the eastbonnd service would
be started. This train will be known
as the "Rocky Mountain Limited,
and will practically equal the fast ser
vice on two other lines to Denver. It
will also provide the quickest service
to Colorado Springs. The leaving
time at Chicago will be 1 p. m., ar
riving at Colorado Springs at 4:30 the
following afternoon, and at Denver at
RIVER IS TO BE PLATTED
Length of Mississippi snd Mils on Klthsr
Sldo to bo Surveyed.
The Mississippi river, 2,550 miles
in length, is in charge of a govern
ment commission charged with mak
ing a detailed survey of its whole
length; with topographical survey
of all natural and artificial features
within a mile of the river bank; with
surveys and gaugiogs of the chan
nels; with the placing of permanent
monuments every three miles along
its course, and with all projects for
regulating and deepening the channel
The sources of the river are at
Itaska lake, where the state of Minne
sota has set apart a reservation of
35 square miles. The river leaves its
sourch with a width of 30 feet and a
depth of five feet, 1,550 feet above the
Commercial navigation reaches to
within 25 miles of the lake. At 00
miles from its source the government
has constructed reservoirs holding
93.746.000.P00 cubic feet of water for
the water supply and maintaining
the navigable depth in the channel
Steamboat navigation begins at the
mouth cf the Minnesota river, not
far below Minneapolis. 584 miles from
its source and 630 feet above the sea
Kotleo to Contractors.
Bids wanted on new opera house:
Galvanized iron and tin work.
Plans can be seen at Ament's store
or on the grounds.
t. XX. BUTTON,
L'ae Allan's foot-Kate la Yonr 1 loves.
A Isriv writes: "I shake Allen's
Foot-Ease into my gloves and rub a
a a . w .
little on my nanas. it saves my
gloves by absorbing perspiration. It
is a mnat Ulntv toilet nowdar." We
inVHH IDB BLLBUllOU Ul UDTB1L1&UB BUU
nurse" to the absolute purity of Al
lan' Fnot.Ease. Dr. W. C. Abbott.
cf the Chicago Clinic says: "It Is a
errand nren&r&tion : I am nsins it con.
stantly in my practice " All drug
tores nuu iud iiuibi sou iii, jdcum.
Simple sent free. Address Allen S.
Olmsted, Le Roy, N. V.
Licensed to vTed.
Jaeob Lorenzen . ... Rock Island
Miss Paulina Oualine Marie Mlohaesea
Roosters often crow over eggs they
did not lay. Same with people who
sell an imitation Rocky Mountain
Tea, made famons by the Madison
Medicine company's advertising. 35
cents. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers search:
the remotest parts of the bowels and
remove the impurities speedily with
no discomfort, lbey are famous xor
their efficacy. Easy to take, never
gripe. B. II. Bieber and Hartz &
COMIfJG IHTO CAMP
M. H. Danielson Reports There
Are Many Important Surren
ders in the Philippines. .
AFTER AGuTUALDO'S SUGOESSO:
American Authorities Bitter To
ward Gen. Callis, Who Has
Been Very Troublesome.
P1U Laguna. P. I.. April 11
1901. Many changes have occurred
since I wrote my last letter. Emllio
Aguinaldo. the Filipino leader, has
been captured and another insurgent
who refuses to sign his name to his
proclamation, has taken his place, but
he'll not last as long as Aggy did
Many verv important leaders have
surrendered, with troops and arms i
good condition and in full uniform.
have never seen a soldier of the in
surgent army in uniform while out in
the hostile parts. They are smooth
enough to wear clothes like amigoes
in order to deceive the United States
troops, which they have done many
times. But our commanding officer
at Pila Laguna is putting that trick
on the shelf also. Agulnaldo has
taken the oath of allegiance to the
United States of America.
Gen. Callis is about the most
troublesome leader in the Philippine
islands today. We've been after him
pretty often lately. We have had
few eneairetients with him and his
troops, and men in our com
panv have been wounded in the
attempt to capture him. Callis sen
the American authorities word that he
would surrender if they would give
him his freedom. He was rejected in
the first degree. He has about four
teen cold-blooded crimes to his
credit and the United States laws
will not permit him to be set
free. ben he received his answer
from the United States authorities he
began to get worse than ever. We
are stationed in Lagnna province and
that is where this man is doing his
work. Thus far we have been unable
to capture him. having been on
marches about four davs of a week
and at nights.
Woman Spy at Work.
A few days ago a lady, supposed to
be an amigo. but who proved to be 1
spy, received a note from a lieutenan
colonel advising her and friends to
get out of Pila. as the town is to be
attacked and burned with all the
Americans and their friends this very
night." The note was written by her
husband, who was an omcer witn
Gen. Callis. She is a cousin of the
mayor's wife and, of course, she took
the news to her cousin, who told her
husband, the mavor, and he broke
the news to the Americans. We con
tiscated the colonel's house and his
father's also. The colonel had not
been seen by his wife or people for
more than fourteen months Some
way or other he heard that his wife
was a prisoner and he came to town
in plain white clothing to hunt for
her. One of America's friends reeog
ntzed him and he soon was our prls
oner. He will be tent to Billibid
Soldiers on the Hike.
Well, that made things still wcrse
around onr town, so we have now
been on the hike the last five days
burning every house within seven
miles of Pila; also burning rice, which
is stored up like haystacks in the
United States. This will compel the
people to come into towns, where
American troops are, and not help
support Gen. Callis ani his 5,000
men. The insurgents even cut tele
graph wires. Last night they did
worse by cutting down ana carrying
away three poles. Our cavalry has
gone to repair it and burn everything
that will burn. I know that some of
the owners of these houses must be
innocent, but we can't say who they
are, so they are all served alike, w e
captured a pack train with about half
a ton of fiih yesterday, which was in
tended lor the insurgents. I ate part
of one fish for dinner and it was good
Sach is the war In the Philippines to
day. But still it's very tame com.
pared with what it was on my prevl
ous visit. Mabtix H. Danielson.
John Bo ford Post aod W. BO, Attention
The members of John Buford post
243. G. A. R.. and W. R. C , 66, are
requested to meet at Memorial ball
at 10 a. m. sharp, Sunday, May 26,
to attend services at the rirst Memo
dlst churoh. All old soldiers are cor
dially invited to join us.
. oi. koueks. vommanuer.
Ezra Wilcuik Adjutant.. .
Tarns t Hall Bummer Harden.
The formal opening of Turner hall
summer garden, under the manage
ment of Max Kautz. will cccur Satur
day evening, May 25. Bleuer's or
chestra will be in attendance and
dancing will be the order of the even-
ng. Everv effort will be made to
make the affair a complete success.
Excursions to Buffalo exposition via
Nickel Plate road. May 7, 14, 21 and
29, respectively, at a rate of $13 for
the- round trip from Chicago; good re
turning five days from date of sale.
Three through trains dally, with ves-
tibuled sleeping cars and first-class
dining car service. For particulars
and Pan-American folder, write John
y. Calahan, general agent, 111 Adams
street, Chicago, uepot, an Buren
street and Pacific avenue, Chicago,
on elevated loop.
REDUCTION IN FORCES
AT ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL.
The machinist force at Rock Island
arsenal was redqeed one-fourth last
night, 26 hands being laid off.
Further reductions in this class
of employes is to follow, because,
Maj. Blunt states, there is no work
for them, nor will there be occasion
for bringing the force in this depart
ment up to the strength that has been
maintained during the winter until
the gun carriage test at Sandy Hook
proving grounds shall have terminat
ed, and the department determines on
the design of the proposed new car
riage. A year probably will elapse
before the details are disposed of.
"Large curtailment of the number
of employes will be necessary in the
next few weeks," Maj. Blunt eaid to
day, "as the fiscal year ends in June.
I submitted my estimates to Washing,
ton some time ago. but as yet have
not received orders for the coming
year. Until these come 1 will be
obliged to keep the force down to pro
portions to correspond with the
amount cf work on band."
ALCOHOL RUINS HIS BRAIN.
Julias Meyer, Traveling Salesman, Sent to
Julius Mayer, a traveling salesman
for an eastern liquor house, was be
fore the commissioners on insanity at
Davenport yesterday afternoon, and
after examination as to his mental
condition was sent to Mercy hospital
to be caret for pending action by the
ctate board 01 control. Mr. Mayer
reBides at Indianapolis, Ind , and will
likely be sent there. He is suffering
from mental derangement due to
drinking too much alcoholic stimu
lant. When he was taken in custody
by the police, over a week ago, it was
thought his condition might be tern
porary, and that he would recover in
a day or two. He was kept at the
county jail a short time and trans
ferred tj Mercy hospital. Instead of
gettlrg better he became worse. His
delusions increased in number. It
was apparent that his mind was per
a case of ir.
Many More Like It In Rock Island.
The following case is but one of
many similar occurring daily in Rock
Island. It is an easy matter to verify
its correctness. Surely vou cannot
ask for better proof than such con
Patrick Rooney, bricklayer, says
"Taken with a soreness across my loins
and other evidence of kidney complaint
I went to a physician, who treated
me at intervals for three years. Re
cciving Utile if any benefit I resorted
to advertised sure-cures, but the
trouble resided all my efforts, the in
tense pain in the small of my back
and limited control over the kidnev
secretions being always in evidence
Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills I
procured a box at the Harper house
drug store. If that one box had not
helped me 1 never would have fol
lowed up the treatment and bought
five more. I have been exposed to
all kinds of weather, but up to date
there has not been a symptom of a
Price 50 cents. For sale by all
dealers. Foster-Milburn company
Buffalo, N. Y.. sole agents for the
Remember the name Doan'a and
take no substitute.
Do Too I'se I-o-do?
For cuts, wounds, ulcers, burns and
scalds. It protects them from blood
poison, proud flesh, lockjaw and cold.
No germ can exist in a cut or wound
In which I-o do is used. I-o-do
healsthem quicklvand without a scar,
instantly stops the pain and makes
the wound .antiseptic and clean. I
o-no is an antiseptic neaiing powder,
25 cents a box. All druggists
The Grand Trunk KaUway System
Under certain conditions allows a
stop-over of 10 days at Niagara Falls
or Buffalo to enable holders of tickets
to eastern destinations to visit the
Full information may be obtained
from city paseenger and ticket agent,
249 Clark street, omcago.
Biliousness is a condition charac
terized by a disturbance of the di
gestive organs. . The stomach is de
bilitated, the liver torpid, the bowels
constipated. There is a loathing of
food, pains in the bowels, dizziness.
coated tongue and vomiting, first of
the undigested or partly digested
food and then of bile. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the
disturbances of the stomach and cre
ate a healthy appetite. They also tone
up the liver to a healthy action and
regulate the bowels. Try them and
you are certain to be innch pleased
with the result, or sale by all drug
Trv the new remedy for costive-
ness, unamDeriatns s otomacn and
Liver Tablets. Every box guaranteed.
Price 25 cents. For sale by all drug
Bridges rivers, tunnels mountains,
builds oitiet, rathers up the scattered
rays of one's ability. That's what
Rocky Mountain Tea does. Jo cents.
T. 11. ThomaV pharmacy.
Kotleo of Final Settlement.
TSrtate of riederlek Buckley, deceased.
Puoiio notice Is hereby givn that tbe under
signed, administrator cf said esvate. baa
tbis day tiled bis final revolt aod
settlement as such In tbe eounty court
Rock Island rounty, aod that an or-
er baa been entered by said court ap
proving tbe said reptrt, unless objections
thereto or cause to tbe contrary be shown 00
or before tbe lfitb day of June, A. l. 1K01, and
upon tbe final approval of said report toe sia
administrator will ask for an order of attribu
tion and will also ask to be discharged. All
persons Interested are notitled to attend.
kock iwna, in., may v iwi.
WOUAM II. 1XXINAN, Administrator
If You are Going to Graduate This Year You
want a Pair of
For the occasion. We have just received a shipment o new
styles for the young people which together with oui Laigt
Spring Stock gives yoa a better selection than yoa can find at
any other place.
Central Shoe Store, '
Worth Your Attention.
FIDELITY- HLO-A-IISr CO,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. J 514.
UADT7 JP. Ill I IT&fltTVrD Druggists,
I iril 1 I L ULLLUIL I I 1 ii 301 Twentieth St
Who Are Cured
Ought to Know
And they all praise
Home testimony should convince
vou. Read what one of Dr. Home's
pUients has to oay about his treat
She had tried 25 doctors, but was
not even benefited by one of them un
til she gave Dr. Home a trial, who
has completely cured her:
I had been in very poor health for
more than fifteen years, suffering
with severe headache and pain be
tween my shoulders, and also the
troubles that are so common to my
sex. 1 suffered with my head at
times for more than a week, and was
always in poor health and not able to
attend to my household duties. Dur
ing this time I have doctored with
more than twenty-five doctors, who
did not even help me. I was per
suaded to call ana see Dr. J. Alvin
Home, of the Illinois Infirmary of
Natural Healing, who told me he
could cure me in two or ttree months.
But I am happy to say that he has en
tirely cured me in one month's treat
ment. -I feel better than I have for
tbe past fifteen years. I wish every
woman who is suffering from any dis-
M. Pasteur, of France, invented a process for kill
ing all possible germs in a product, and we use it.
After each bottle of Schlitz. beer is filled and sealed
it is sterilized.
This is an extreme precaution. The beer is brewed
in extreme cleanliness, cooled in filtered air, then
filtered. It seems impossible for a taint of impurityto
get to it. Yet we sterilize every bottle. :
We, who know brewing, know the valur of purity.
We add vastly to the necessary' cost of our beer to
assure it. You who drink- it'get the healthful results 6fv,
our precaution. Your physician knows; ask him.
Tbone 1014, Carse & Oblweilcr, Cor. lltb St. St 5th Ave., Rock Island.
1712 Second Avenue.
When vou have a necessitv for cash it
is worth your attention to remember
that we furnish cash on a business
basis and do business in a manner
that will be entirely satisfactory to
you. We loan on furniture, pianos,
horses, wagons, livestock and other
personal property on short notice
privately and without the removal of
the property. Amounts from $10 up
wards. If you need any money we
would like to have you call and let us
explain our way of doing business.
To make your homes bright and
attractive with the STEa.RN'S
PAINTS, because they are each
made for certain purposes. A
Paint for Furniture, for Houses,
for Floors, in fact anything
paintable. Not one slap dash
mixture for all kinds for surfaces.
Remember its putting the right
paint in the right place. That's
the secret of paint success. We
will tell you the right paint to
ease peculiar to her sex would consult
Dr. J. Alvin Iiorne and get well and
strong as I now am."
MRS. P. JEFSON.
Carbon Cliff, 111.
People Are Galolnsr Intelligence
Regarding treatment of diseases, and
thousands argue in favor of "Natural
Healing." The positive assurance
that in the treatment of your trouble
by Natural Healing there can be no
injury come to your system is greatly
in our favor. All the chances of re
covery with none of loss are yours.
My patients are grateful for the res
toration of their health.
Call and receive one week's treat
Dr. J. Alvin Home.
Rooms 49 to 55. Mitchell St Lynde
building. Rock Island.
Hours: 9 to 12; 2 to 4; 7 to 8:
Sundays. 9 to 11.
Take elevator to fourth iioor.