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AUGTJS; 1VEPNESDAY, MAY 20, 1S01.
Some people think anything: will do for. the little ones, but that
is where they inane a serious mistake. Don't ruin your children's
feet by putting" poorly made, ill-fitting", cheap shoes on ..them. We
have just received the finest line of children's, miss-es boys and
youths shoes .we ever had and have them in all styles, prices and
grades. - - : ' ' -
We Call Attention to a
Misses kill welt patent tip
shoes s'es ll'L- "1 "JC
to s Ii i 9
Misses medium extension sole
shoe, a great school
shoe, sizes 11 to 2...
Little Cent's box calf and plump
kid, medium extension sole, just
sizes 10 to 13
Remember our new quarters are
1705 Second Avenue.
Next door to Folsom's Jewelry Store.
C. C. TKKXT, Manager.
HARTZ & ULLEMEYER.
Very Low One Way and Round Trip Rate to
the Northwest via the
Round trip homeseekers tickets on sale
first and third Tuesdays, April, May and
June, at the rate of one fare plus $2 for
round trip. :
For information write at once to
Ch rlcs S Fie, G. P. Sc T. A.
St. Paul, Minn.
; B. WINTER. J
I Wholesale Dealer in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS 1
I WAUKESHA AND COLFAX4MINERAL
: WATER. -A I
J KJlft-1618 Third Avenue, Rock Island, 111. J
Water is the
: for absorbing and
C Hence the wonderful efficiency
and economy of the Hot -Water
System of house warming.
Healthful, cleanly, convenient, safe.
' v ' " ' 'klv' ut- K OVMTm .hliml
Child's kid welt patent tip shoes
$3 f'r .1.50
Child's kid patent tips, medium
extension sole, the best wearing
shoes made, -t nr
sizes sys to U l.fcO
I-.it jje 'Ladies Jcid, .medium 'heavy
sole, patent tip shoe i nn
Si?es 6 to 8 ,..I.UU
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
A Little To. Ik on ol Big
If You are thinking of
Painting Look Over this
We sell a different paint for every
Inside and outside paints, latest
shades, Pantry aril cupboard paint,
in different colors to suit. Floor paints
that wear. Roof and barn paint. Car
riage paint. Cold and silver paint for
ornamental painting. Aluminum paint.
Varnish stain. Fnamel paint. Kerry
Pros, t'oor varnish and interior fin
ish. Path tul) enamel. stove pipe en
amel, etc. Also a full assortment of
paint brushes from 5c up. It will pay
vim to trade here.
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St.
tickets on sale until 3
Allen, Afvers & tympany
Davenport Lad Victim of First
Bathing Fatality of
TEAGEDY AT EAST END OF CITY
Woa Rendered Helpless by Cloth
' ' Inc Tangling About
The Mississippi river- claimed its
firbt victim of the season in u swim
ming tragedy last evening, when Clar
ence Herriek, of Davenport, was
drowned near the east end of. that
The sad affair has all the elements
of tragedy in it. The lad, a bright
youth 13 years of age and son of Mr.
and Mrs. (Jeorge E. Herriek, of 11504
Pridge avenue, was a pupil in room
of school No. 1, Davenport. Yester
day evening, with a company of six
schoolmates, he went to the river for
a plunge. The water is exceptionally
high now ami the current, always
swift at this point, is of added
strength through the heighth of the
water. Added to this, the chill of the
winter is not yet out of the water.
Mindful of the city ordinances, re
quiring bathers to wear at least
trunks while bathing in the river, the
lads attired themselves in an assort
ment of old trousers and. plunging
from the end of a long string of rat
tlings, were in for a swim.
Tanked In Clothlnr.
Clarence wore a pair of loose-fitting
overalls, much ti o large for him
alntut the waist, and too long in the
legs, liut he was an expert swimmer
for so young a boy, ami struck out
without heeding the cumbersome gar
ment. He had scarcely taken a do.en
trokes upstream before the strong
current dragged the already loose
garment down about his feet. The
water becomes very deep within a
few feet of shore at this point and it
was impossible for him to touch bot
tom, nor to shake the clinging gar
ment from him. He struggled hard
to free himself, the meanwhile call
ing for assistance. Floyd Willets. a
youth of Clarence's own age, was the
nearest to him and sprang to the res
cue. Although he succeeded in reach
ing the unfortunate boy, grasping his
armand almost pulling him out of
danger's reach. the strong cur
rent overcame his strength and pull
cd his companion from his grasp, lie
sank almost immediately and never
rose air:in. Horrified bevond words
the ottier boys waited a moment in
the hopes of seeing their companion
again, and then hastily dressed and
spread the alarm. Although the
search for the lo4..i,wa .Ltegun im
mediately and conducted systematic
ally it netted no good and was a ban
doned at darkness.
A COMMON ERROR.
The Same MUtk In Made by Many Kock
Inland F'oplau , .
It's a common error to plaster the
aching back, to rub with liniments
rheumatic joints when the trouble
comes from the kidnevs. Doan's Kid-
ncv I'ills cure all kidney ills. And
are endorsed by Hock Island citizens
lat rick Kooney, of i:M Fifth ave
nue, bricklayer, says: "I was taken
with a soreness across my loins and
other symptoms of kidney complaint
I went to a physician, who treated me
at intervals for three years, receiving
little if any benefit. I resorted to ad
vertised sure-cures, but the trouble
resisted all my efforts, the intense
limi'ed control over the kidney se
eretions being always in evidence
Learning of Doan's Kidney Fills I
procured a box at the Harper house
drug store. If that one box had not
helped me I never would have follow
ed up the treatment, and bought
more. 1 have been exposed to all
kinds of weather, but up to date
there has not been a symptom of a
For sale bv all dealers. Price 50c
Foster-Milbnrn Co., HufTalo, X. Y.,
sole agents lor the United States.
Kemember the name, Doan's, and
take no other.
Recent experiments, by practical
tests and examination with the aid of
the x-rays, establish it as a fact that
catarrh of the stomach, is not a dis
ease of itself, but that it results from
repeated attacks of indigestion. "How
can I cure my indigestion?"' Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure is curing thmisnnds
It Mill cure von of indigestion and
dyspepsia, and prevent or cure ca
tarrh of the stomach. Kodol digests
what you cat makes the stomach
Sold by Harper house drug store;
A. J. Riess drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Rheumatism Cared In 1T.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75c and
$1. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue, Rock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and can safely be given to
children. Sold by all druggists.
TEdneat Yonr Bowla frtth C a carets.
Candy Catfeartlo, cure constipation forever.
vM,m u o iau, arugguu reiusa cao&ex.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper 11. Roberts, Al
buque, Iowa; K. H. Peterson, Chica
go; S. A. I. Farr and wife, Aledo;
W. F. Callender, Chicago; 11. E. Har
nett, Chicago; . K. Wilson, ,lr., Clin
ton; C. S. Kastman, Chicago; (Jeorge
A. Cooke, Aledo; Y. H. Harrison,
Clinton; D. Lamb, Clinton; A. M.
Deyo, Hradford; C. 1). Ringgold, city;
W. O. Hitchcock, Peoria; H. Miller,
New York; H. II. Heckwith, Cleve
land; K. H. Wee ben. Milwaukee: W.
D. Hill, Chicago; .1. M. Hilton, Chica
go; I. . HerteJ, Chicago; J. I.
Deems, St. Iuis; D. Fisher, New Mai
tenville; L. K. Outten. D. D. S., Deca
tur; P. X. Denison. Tucson, Ari,.; 11.
K. Hunter, Cedar Kapids; V. K. Sut-
litV, Chicago; F. Stockhuusen, Mil
waukee; .1. M. (ii-imin. Cedar Kapids;
J. W. Mowrey, Chicago; V. A. Cav
anaugh, Chicago; Samuel V. Diller,
Chicago; J. C. Hoone. Flkhart; T. K.
Kurton. Chicago; Kobert Miller. Chi
cago; V. V. Maltby, Chicago; F.
i'ravers, Chicago; T. H. Koss, Tnnnis
Falls, Mass.; .1. .1. Frankcl. Peoria;
X. II. MiUnrd, lieardstow n; 15. Cut
ter, Chicago; II. Hcrskoorts, Toledo;
C. . I redenburg. Chicago; tharlett
McLean, Chicago; K. M. Wymorc,
Chicago; A. K. Fisher, Trenton. Mo.;
K. X. Wilmot, lieardstowii; .1. T.
Walker, Kansas City; I. Countryman,
(ialesburg; F. Iobdel, Chicago; .lames
(iowenberg, Xew York.
At the Harms (European) A. .1.
Kggcnberger, Chicago; F. Whiting.
St. .loseph; S. II. Petersen, Chicago;
W. F. Kngle, ISloomington; Charles
L. Poole, Chicago; A. .1. Strong, Chi
cago; (icorge H. Imgoldsby, Chicago;
. W. Parkhurst. Chicago; Fred Whit
ing. Chicago; II. M. Huff. Chicago;
C. K. lileason. Lansing, Mich.; .1. L.
Kowe, Chicago; John Xichols, Lan
sing, Mich.; C. H. Itoulet, New York;
T. D. I'.urton, Chicago; .lames S. Agar,
ISuenos Ayres; John F. Segler. New
Nork; C. A. Carlson. Falconer, N. Y.;
F. J. Wheeler, Chicago; Albert L. Le-
gister. Philadelphia; F. ). Felt on. New
Harmonv. Ind.; . P. Kiegel, Cleve
land; L. C. Martins. Cleveland; W. S.
Stroll"-. Cleveland: J. C. Holland. Peo
ria; Joe Clark. Cedar Kapids; J. M.
At the Kock Island J. C. Cremer,
Chicago; Thomas Koss, Cleveland; H.
W. Lee. Peoria: C. Fleming, Keosau-
qua. 111.; T. K. Van Sant, Kansas City;
S. Schreibcr. Chicago; C. A. "tohn.
Cambridge; I icorge W. Kccd. Fulton:
Herman So.-inski. Wonewos. Wis.; K.
M. Hagler. St. Imis; M. Schoonmak-
cr, Keynolds; Jhn F. Spiess. Chica
go; John L. Cox. St. Louis; M. Ying
ling. Canton; J. H. Ireland, I'tic.i. X
Y.; W. E. Merrill. Sullivan; Thomas
Lonirbot ham. St. Paul; C. C. Miller,
Decatur; i. A. IV rter. Canton. II!.;
V. A. Fath. St. Iuis: William I". Fa-
bcr. New York; W. H. Poland, Hloom
ington; (i. Harton, Chicago.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Fire has devastated fhe mining tow u
of Little Hay. Xd.. where a large top
per mine is boing worked.
Iaurence Irving, the son of Sir Hen
ry Irving, married Mabel Hackney, of
Swansen, Mav the anuouueemeut
being onlj- just made.
P.ooth 'Partington is tUill danger
ously ill of typhoid fever at Iiidiuuapo
lis. At a peace banquet given in I tost on
by the American Peace Society Moor-
tield Storey condemned President
Roosevelt for his Ideas regarding war.
Herbert Woodcock, a wealthy mer
chant of I5ridgeiort. O., ehot and killed
himself in the streets of Rattle Creek,
Mich., While pursued by friends and
policemen w ho knew his intention and
desired to save him.
The Fair side of the controversy over
Charles L. Fair's millions claims to 1m?
able to prove, that he died last.
The report that there was an epidem
ic at French Lick Springs, Ind., Is
authoritatively declared to be false.
Midshipman Arthur O. Ilarber, of
the fourth class, naval academy, of
Kent, (., wJls drowned In the Severln
river at Annapolis w'hile swimming.
The Insurgents on the island of C'ebu
surrounded Lieutenant Walker's force
and killed him and two constabulary
The (ins Engine and Power com
pnny, of Morris Heights, X. Y., was
the lowest bidder for the new gun-
bo;) ts Dubuque and Paducnh.
.1. A. Gulledge, of Verbena, Ala., was
twice in the hospital from a severe
case of piles causing1 21 tumors. Af
ter doctors and all remedies failed
Itucklen's Arnica Salve quickly ar
rested further inflammation and cur
ed him. It conquers aches and kills
pain. 25 cents, at Hartz & Ullemey
17m Allen's Foot Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. Your feet feel swollen, nerv
ous and hot, and get tired easily. If
you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools
the feet, and makes walking easy
Cures swollen, sweating feet, ingrow
ing nails, blisters and callous spots.
Relieves corns and bunions of all pain
and gives rest and comfort. Try it
today, bold by all druggists and
shoe stores for 25 cents. Trial pack
age free. Address Allen S. Olmstead,
Le Roy, N. Y.
A Lesson In Health.
Healthy kidneys filter the impuri
ties from tie blood, and unless they
do this good health is impossible
Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound
kidneys and will positively cure all
forms of kidney, and bladder disease.
It strengthens the whole' system
Sold by all druggists.
JETT STILL HELD
Man Charged With Marcum As-
. sassination Did Not
AS IT HAD BEEN PLANNED
A Trick That Was KfTectually Turned
Down by 'a '
Lexington, . Ivy.. May 20. Curtis
Jctt, charged with the murder of J. It.
Marcum, was brought into the circuit
court yesterday at Winchester on a mo-
!T7HT18 J KIT.
lion to dismiss the habeas conms pro
ceedings. The county attorney was not
present, but Jailer Itoone, against
whom the relict measure was ul.ectcu,
conducted his own ci'se.
.1 iiilrn 1'ravFntn M Trick.
The court decided to hold Jctt and
made statement that to return him to
Jackson, would be instantly to turn
him loose. He will await the action of
the Itreathitt grand ju:v. It is !-ad
there was some trick in this proceeding
in the Jett case. Which .luuge Ucntou
The most forlorn looking object in
this rld Is a man guest around the
house In the daytime. Atchison .lobe.
Nurse bays: re-ru-na is a
Tonic of Efficiency."
MRS. KATE TAYLOR.
Mrs. Kate Taylor, at graduated
nurse of prominence, gives her ex
perience with Peruna in an open
letter. Her position in society and
professional standing combine to
give special prominence to her ut
terances. CHICAGO, ILL., 427 Monroe St.
" As far as I'have observed Peruna
Is the finest tonic any man or woman
can use -who is weak from the after
effects of any serious illness.
"I have seen it used in a number of
convalescent cases, and have seen sev
eral other tonics used, but I found that
those vho used Peruna had the quickest
' Peruna seems to restore vitality,
increase bodily vigor and renew health
and strength in a wonderfully short
time." MRS. KATE TAYLOR.
In view of the great multitude of
women suffering from some form of fe
male disease and yet unable to find any
cure, Dr. Hartman, the renowned spe
cialist on female catarrhal diseases, has
announced his willingness to direct the
treatment of as many cases as make
application to him during the summer
months, without charge. Address The
peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio,
You should have alottle of
Cincho Relief Tonic
on hand. Cures
Colic ixnd Chills.
At all Druggists 25c.
Genuine stamped C C C
Never sold In balk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
sonathlnj-just tatrood.' ...
UX APPROACH A HIK IX GRANDEUR
LL POWERFUL AXI1 MIGHTY IX MAGNITUDE, AMERICA'S REPRE
SENTATIVE, METROPOLITAN SHOWS
Adam Fo.repa.ugli and
ENORMOUS SHOWS UNITED, J.
. Railey, W. W. Cole, Lew is Sells and
Peter Sells, equal owners and oper-
DOURLE CIRCUSES, DOURLE ME
NAGE R I ES, I )OU I!L E II 1 PPO 1) IIOM ES,
DOURLE MUSEUMS, 1,000 PEOPLE.
HIE loo GREATEST ACTS. Rigger
program or sensational, exclusive
features. Sensation's limit reached
it last. The supreme marvel of two
Icrs, danger-deriding, death-defying,
ID1T i0t3L-O'iS,K ,0"" "N A
Positively the iii.t daring and thrilling feat ever attempted. The same
tremendous feature that created n furore in-Xew York City and through
out Ihe United States.
THE SUPREME LIMIT OF SENSATIONAL NOVELTY.1)
ALMOST BEJTONdIbELI EF BUT IT IS AP0SITIVE FACT J
C0PYPIC1T ,901 THf STPOBOlOCt UTH CO. On'
HAYES, The Bicycle Wonder
who scales the straight i.I-s f an upright. pcrjH-iidicular, vertical wall
1.1 feet high, the fearless fellow riding at right angles with the wall.
v Clowns. Continirent of :J. da rinir leapi-rs. Stantou-CiaTit and Came
'Combat. I() PR liKKDSof KLKPIIANTS. "ST A It If." the .-hooting
he 21 Champion bare-Hack rid M s. The Seven (i.W.N KI.LS-C cle
MINTINti, I'nicvcle Wonder. An armv of funnv clown-. J)i:rinir
the fori nofn of exhibition day
A Grand, New, Free Street Parade
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. K.
Doors open at 1 and T. Rain or Shine, in the New Process Waterproof Tent ;
Admission 50c. Children Under 9 Ye-ers. 25c.
Numbered Coupons, actually reserved Seats, may be secured on the day of
the exhibition at P.AI.LAi:D"S DHL I'ti STORK, I'm; K. SECOND ST.
5.- Ninth street. -IUx120 six
101S Piflh :neniie. Iljx'.".!) -six
-TiO Thirteenth street, :;.",xS0--six
KMX) to 1002 Thirteenth avenue.
two stores and Hats $C.(lut
2'.K5 Thirteenth nxenue. "0xi:'.."i
Twelfth street opposite- P.rick
van, f. 1x200 - live rooms $1.2t0
T0I 'I bird street. C0x 1 40 four
C02 Fortieth street. ,'iOx !.() nine
rooms, modern im $2.r.t0
4425 Sexenth avenue, Clx1.0
nine rooms $:!.200
I:t2."i Kighteenth avenue. ."oxtl0
. so en rooms $2.MMl
1211 Thirty-eighth street. i::0x
141 twelve rooms, modern
" improvements, worth $0,000
Small Cash Paiymcnt and Monthly In
stcxllmervls. Examine my Moline List.
E. M. GUYER,
Mitchell Lynde Dld.. Rock Island.
Now Is The
X to paper your rooms. We have a large assortment of
J both cheap and high grade papers, which .we are selling
. at the lowest prices in the city. We also have a large and
J complete force of workmen. All kinds of painting and
papering promptly attended to and satisfaction guarau-
I PAHIDON a SON, J
'Phones Old Union 213; new 5213. 419 Seventeenth St. 4 i
Continents. The wonder of all w on
OF Alt HAZARDOUS EXPLOITS.
75 he AuroraL Zouaves
.li:t returned from a i riuinphal cou-
juest of Kurope. where the nobility
an 1 royalty pronounced Ihcm the be-t
drilled body of soldiers in the world.
World's tlreatest Acrobats
Roosevelt Rough Riders
Horsemen who re licet ed lasting credit
to American ahr during the war
li::r Thirty-eighth street. 17x11".
brick - four room- ?l..'i00
n.-.2 Forty-second street. Mix 112
live rionis $1,1.10
1 1 Thirty-seventh street. t'-0x
1 K! - seven rooms $l.:JOO
lr.P.t Thirty-sixth street. f,0xl15
- tie rooms 1,100
Ninth avenue. 2."x 1 .V) four
12:;o Fortieth street, 47x110 s-ix
12H2 Fortieth street. 47x110 six
i;o: Forty-Iourth street, ."OxIlO
five rooms $1,100
i::i Forty-fort h street. :;0x140 -live