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THE AltGrTTSV tdyiiAYt'OCTOBEIl 27, 1902.
A LARGER $
THAN ANY OTHER
I HO CSE IN THE TRI-
I CITIES. t
$ American News
329 TWENTIETH ST. ?
J Only newstand in the city J
having a telephone Call up
t West 1112.
You Hit It
when aiming at obtaining the
choicest things in ratable bottled
goods if yon aim our way. Hard
to find a better artirle of olives,
pickles, - preserves, jams, jellies,
olive oil, catsup, pialt vinegar, ta
ble sauces condiments and rel
ishes generally. We take pride in
our bottled goods department.
W. J. MOELLER,
Thone 1215. 2030 Fifth Avenue.
Our selected candies are the
purest, richest aud Lest sold
in the city. We study the
obtaining of excellence and
our success gives us pleasure
and we are glad to pass this
pleasure on to you. Put up
in attractive boxes at 25c
in all llavors and shapes
Foxy Grandpa and Ping Pong
the latest new novelty in in
dividual molds. '
Everything in the bakery
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
J Is the verdict of all who J
have tried our
Home Made Candy
We use nothing but the
purest and best ma-,
COIN'S PALACE OF
We have a telephone.
t 1810 2d Ave.
4th and Brady.
Kwtate of Ellen Welch, deceased.
The undersigned nftvtos oeen oppotatAd d
minis trstrlx of Uie estate of Klin Welch,
late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby trlTea notice that she
will appear before the county itoort of Rack
Island county, at the county court room, to the
city of Rock Island at the December term,
on the first Mondjvyin t ecetnber next, at wiuer
time all persons taring claims agalrst s.Md
estate are notified and reouested toattend. '
the purpose of bavins: tbs'same ad jvetsd - '
AU persons Indebted to said estate are re
Quested to inak tsBtnedlatr vajneect o vhe
undersigned .; - .
Patm) tbl 4 h dt ol October. A. O. I9P2.
Johas nah CuvcHUH, AtSmiEisttawlx.
CHILD LABOR IS HIT
Teachers Association Seeks
Enforcement of Compulsory
ILLINOIS CONDITIONS DEFLOEED
H. II. Klngsley, of RranMon, Klected
President of Northern.
The Hock Island public school
teachers who attended the meeting
of the .Northern Illinois Teachers as
sociation at llockfonl th last three
days of last week arrive J home on a
special train on the Milw nnkee road
at 8 o'clock Saturday evening. Thev
were well pleased with ihe result of
the meeting and were pnrtii-nlarly
warni n their praise of the treat
ment they received at the Juuls of
",'hei success of the meeting; was in
a large measure due to the e;Torts of
Supt. II. n. Hayden. cf this city, wh
as chairman of the eecitive com
mittce had more to do with the ar
ranging1 and execution of the pro
gram than anv other person. That
tbe meetings were all interesting' all
agree and the local teachers assigned
to places tin the program without ex
ception performed their p:rts well
There were about 1 ,".( teachers pres.
ent and the registration was some
300 less than that number.
Officers for Tear.
The following officers were elected
Saturday, Supt. S. .1. Ferguson, of
this county, being- a member of the
committee on nominations:
President Supt. II. II. Kingslcy,
Vice President II. D. Thompson,
Secretary S. F. Parson, PeKalb.
Treasurer A. W. Hussey, tleneseo.
Railroad Secretary V. F. l'hilbrook.
Executive Committee County Supt.
(). .1. Kern, Bockford; Supt. Julia M.
Cay. Dundee; Principal .1. C. Hanna,
Oak Park high school.
Selection of a place for the next
meeting- was left in the hands of the
Resolutions adopted unaniniously
a re :
Resolved, That as citizens and
teachers we deeply deplore the fact
that in the state of Illinois a larger
number of children are employed in
violation of law than in any other
state in the union.
"Resolved. That we pledge our
selves to use such efforts and agita
tion as shall result in better execu-
A chapter on Scott's Emul
sion often holds a prominent
position in the histories of
The gist of that chapter
usually reads like this "child
weak, pale, thin, no appetite,
t ret ful, weakness left over from
grippe or other disease. Be
jan small doses Scott's Emul
sion three times a day after
meals. No apparent change
first week. Then appetite
improved, then strength in
creased, then child more lively,
slept better, a decided gain in
weight, better color in the face."
And so it goes till the child
is reported well and strong.
Sounds simple enough and
it is simple Scott's Emulsion
is just what the weak child
Send for Free Sample.
SCOTT & BOWSE, Chemists, 409 Peart St., N. Y.
notice ef tr obltcstlon Cbaneery.
State of Illinois, I
Souk Island County, f
In tr e circuit court. To the January term
A. D. 1902.
Mary Hrueckner vs. Charles Brueckner. Jn
A Aid ar It of the non-residence of Charles
Brueckner. the above defendant, having bei-n
01 ed in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice la therefore
hereby given to the said non resident de
fendant that the complainant filed her biu
of complaint In said court, on the chancery
side thereof, on the 8d day of October, a
O 1002. and that thereupon a summons is
sued out of 1 ltd court, wherein said suit
Is now pending, returnable on the first
Monday in the month of January next,
as Is by law required. Now. unless you
toe said non-resident defendant above
naind, shall nersonally be and appear
before said circuit court on the first
day of the next term tbereef, to be
hoiden at Rock Island in and f-r the said
county, on the first Monday In January
next, and vies- answer, or demur- to
the said - ev-mplti'oant's bill of complaint,
tbe same ud the matters and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you, according
to the prayer of said bill.
G bo bob W. GAMTr,n. Clerk.
Rock Island. IUl"oU. Oct. 2, 1902
W ft MuoH. Cou plain ant's Solicitor.
dsn In Is tra tor's Notlo
Estate of Julius Goetz, deceased.
The unders'gsed having been appointed ad
ministrator of the eatata of Julius Goetz,
late oc the county of Reck Island, s ate
of Illinois, deceased hereby gives notice
toat lie will appear before 'he county court
of Rock Is' nd eounty at ihe county onuit
room. In the city of Bock Island at the Janu
ary irm, on ih first Monay in January next,
at which time all perrons h viogcl Is s against
said eetate re notillcd and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of having tbe same
. All persona Indebted t smM estate are re
to make Immediate payment toe
mderslswd. . -
Iaved this 20th day of Octobe), A. D 1902.
Joseph Ukiqsu, Administrator.
tion of the compulsory education
tfavenile Court Law Work Approved.
'Resolved. That we cordially in
dorse hihI heartily approve the work
done in" ur state under what is
known as' the juvenile court law and
parental school law. We feel that a
school where the delinquent childrep
of the state fan be adequately cared
for as intended by the juvenile court
law Is an immediate necessity, uno
for all counties' of the state. We
therefore earnestly commend to the
next general assembly the needs of
the St. Charles Home for Hoys for
adequate appropriations and suitable
TWO BIG NEW GENERATORS
PUT IN AT PEOPLES PLANT
The Peoples Power company yester
day made a notable improvement 111
the facilities employed at its plant
for providing- electric power and il
laminations. Two big-new alternating
generators ot the most modem de
sign were substituted for two that
have been in use for some years, the
.change being a part of the general
system of Improvement that the com
pany is inaugurating. As the work
required considerable time it was
necessary to do it Sunday, when the
least inconvenience would result. As
it was, a ;s()-minute shutoff of the
lights last evening was unavoidable,
and the company got along' pretty
well at that, all things considered.
As a result of the putting in of the
heavier generators all motors used
for fan and dental purposes will have
to be rewound, and those having small
motors for such appliances should
not undertake to use them until the
company can get them and put them
SICKLY DEFENSE IS MADE
OF ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE
The I nion has been driven at last
to an attempted defense of the acci
dental shrievalty candidate, W. (!.
lleider, whom it assumes is deserving
of '"loyal support." In proof of this
it affirms that his nomination came
to him in the nature of an advance
ment as a reward of merit at the
hands of his sponsor. Sheriff Cralle.
In other words, according to the
I'nion's idea, - a man must come
through the sheriff's office and have
the approbation of the sheriff in or
der to strengthen his claim upon his
party. I'nder this ruling how about
those who may not have been favored
with appointment by the sheriff, or
how, in fact, about those other depu
ties who think they have just as good
a right to aspire as the particular
one to whom the sheriff has been so
unceasingly devoted throughout the
four years of his term?
The I'nion. it is apparent, is quite in
accord with the ring rule idea just
now prevailing in the sheriff's office
of rotation in office. No outsider
need apply, anil no insider need hope
unless the sheriff be with him.
What a pretty state of affairs, to be
sure, if the people were to indorse it
at the polls instead of choosing one
of their number outside the ring.
UNION MISSION TO HOLD -
RUMMAGE SALE NEXT MONTH
The board of directors of the
L'nion Mission at its last meeting in
structed the rummage sale commit
tee to hold a rummage sale for the
benefit of the mission. Arrangements
have been made to hold this sale in
the Kock Island rink durinff the week
beginning the 10th of November, the
sale beginning Tuesday, the 11th. at
2 p. m., and continuing every after
noon and evening of the week, ex-
-eot Wednesday evening-. The details
are beintr rapidly formulated, and the
selection of solicitors and managers
f the various departments, together
with other matters relating to the
sale, are being attended to as rapidly
Oct. 25. C'arlton K. Taylor to W. J.
Taylor, lots 5, 6 and 7, block 1, First
Wood lawn add., Moline, $'.)00.
Luther 11. Pearsall to S. L. Stafford.
s lot 1J, Johnson's add., South Mo
Kmil Peterson to William E. Sears,
lot 10 and e 5 feet lot 11, block 2. C.
Lynde's add., llock Island, $350.
Goes Like Hot Cakes
"The fastest selling article I have
in my store," writes Druggist C 1.
Smith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, because it always
cures. In my six yeas of sales it has
never failed. I have known it to save
sufferers from Throat and Lung dis
eases, who could get no help from the
doctors or any other remedy." Moth
ers rely on it, best physician pre
scribe it, and Hartz & Ullemeyer
guarantee satisfaction or refund
price. Trial bottles free. TIegular
sizes, sue ana .
The Worst Form.
Mutitudes are singing the praises
of Kodol, the new discovery which is
making so many sick people well and
weak people strong by digesting what
they eat, by cleansing and sweeten
ing the stomach and by transform
ing their food into the kind of pure.
rich, red blood that makes j'ou feel
good all over. Mrs. Cranflll, of Troy,
I. T., writes: "For. a number of years
I was troubled with indigestion and
dyspepsia which grew into the worst
form. Finally I was' induced to use
Kodol, and after using four bottles I
am entirely cured. I heartily rec
ommend Kodol to all sufferers from
indigestion and dyspepsia. Take b
dose after meals. "It digests what you
eat. All druggists. ....
MANY ARE KNIGHTED
Class of Seventy. Inducted Into
Mysteries of K. C
BAUQUET FOLLOWS OBREMOHItS
Thiwi Hundred 'Participate in fctr.
CineN ntttt -ViM H
Two hundred Knights of Columbus
from points outside the t ri-cities were
entertained in Kock Island yesterday,
coming here to witness the exemplifi
cation of the three, degrees of the
order, the ceremonies occurring in
the afternoon at Odd Fellows' hall,
corner of Second avenue and Eight
Among the visitors "were a number
of prominent men from the states of
Iowa and Illinois, the towns repre--emcd
ut the gathering being East
St.' Louis. Galesbiirg. ( h c.tg .. St, 1
ling, Peoria. Woomington. Cialrna. Ot
tawa. Illinois, and Des "Moines. Clin
ton. Dubuque. Fort Dodge. Waterloo,
llurlington and Keokuk, Iowa. The
knights from Sterling and Clinton
came in a special train over the I'ur
liugton. The various trains 011 which
the visitors arrived were met by dele
gations from Loras, Ieo and Allouez,
the three councils of Davenport, Mo
line and Hock Tsland. which shared
the honors" of host, and escorted to
the Harper house, where headquar
ters were made for the day by the
Attend Church in Ilody.
Alt 10 o'clock the visitors, accompa
nied by local members, nfarched in a
body to Sacred Heart church to hear
a sermon by Kev. J. F. Lock
ney. Following lunch at the Harper
house the initiatory exercises were
taken up. the class consisting of 70
from the tri-cities. The first anil sec
ond degrees were conferred by Des
Moines, Davenport and Kock Island
councils, and the third by Hon. P. L.
MeArdle. of Chicago, deputy for the
state of Illinois, a gentleman who en
joys a wide and growing popularity
in Illinois and throughout the west
wherever it has been the good fortune
of the knights and others to make
his acquaintance. He was assisted by
M. .1. Cleason. national organizer, and
John J. Phalin, of Chicago, and oth
Banquet at Harper.
The ceremonies were concluded at
0 o'clock, whereupon the knights, to
the number -of .'150, repaired to the
Harjier house, where a bnnquet was
spread, the largest affair of its kind
ever inven in the three cities. H'20
gentlemen being seated in the main
Lining nan., which . w as iiaii'isuua-i
decorated and illuminated for the oc-
casion. the emblem of the order, em -
blazoned in Incandescent lamps, hav
ing a place on the south wall of the
roi:m. Large American flags and
flowers were artistically placed
throughout the hall, affording a pic
ture that was beautiful to behold.
After the splendid menu, provi.led by
Mine Host Charles Mcltiigh. had beni
done ample justice, the flow of ora
tory was begun.
Toasts and Mimic
Emmet M. Sharon, of Davenport,
officiated as toastmaster, and the fol
lowing program was caried out:
"Our Greeting Albert Huber. Kock
"The Order's Future" P. L. MeAr
"The American Citizen" John P..
Sullivan. Des Moines.
"the Republic" Dan K. P.urke, Ot
tawa. Song John M. Colligan, Kock Isl
and. "Leo" Hey. J. S. Kelly. Moline.
Knighthood" M. J. Dougherty, of
"Tri-City Unity" Alex. J. Carroll,
Recitation E. J. Stackhoiise, Dav
enport. The following numbers were given
by Dleuer's orchestra during the ban
uuet: Wizard of Oz, march H. Anderson
(Jirl from Maxim's Theo. Bendix
Moulin Bouge, "Bed Mill". . .Bergholtz
Selection from "The Storks". .Chapin
"The Charmer Waltzes" Witmark
"America," Overture and National
Airs j Moses
Select ion from "Prince of Pilsen"
"The Jolly Student" Zekel
Selections from "The Strollers"..
It proved a most pleasant occasion
for all who participated, the visiting
knights returning to their hoiries
pleased with the city and the treat
ment that had been accorded them.
Use Allen's Foot Kse.
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. Your feet feel swollen, ner
vous and hot, and get tired easily. If
you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Eose. 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 gies rest and comfort. Try it
today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores for 25c. Trial package
free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le
Roy. N. Y.
; You know -what constipation Is'and
what It results in. Avoid those bad
results by curing yourself with LJver
Lax. It never fails. Moves the bow
els gently and without griping. Cure
torpid liver. 25 cents. Never fails.
, ,T. II. THOMAS, Leading Druggist
M SRCHANTS INTERESTED . - f
. , IN RIVER IMPROVEMENT
A joint committee of the Quincy
freight bureau and chamber of com
merce has submitted a proposition to
all the towns on the Mississippi river
from St. Louis to St. Paul to hold a
convention in Quincy Nov. 12 and 13
for the purpose of considering the
needs of the Mississippi river and to
lake steps to secure united action of
the representatives of all states in
terested in securing an ample appro
priation for necessary improvements
at the next session of congress.
It has not yet been positively de
termined to hold the convention, but
answers to inquiries as to the feasi
bility of such a meeting are rxpeeted.
The Merchants association of St.
iyouis has announced its interest in
the matter, and will sea l delegates
if a call for the convention should be
made. Other cities have made simi
lar reports. There are still a goodly
number of river towns that have not
been heard from, and such places art
urged to send expressions nn the sub
ject soon as possible to L. It. Roswell.
secretary of the, con.nr tte:. Qtiincv.
AUXILIARY OF THE 0. R. C.
HOLDING CONVENTION HERE
A district convention of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Order of Kailway
1 onductors is in session at Engineer
hall, foot of Elm street. The session
was called at !:3 th's morning,
(irand President Mrs. J. H. Moor, of
Toledo, Ohio, is present, also ladies
from A alley Junction, Otfumwa. Clin
ton, Cedar Uapids, Iowa, (Jalesburg
and Chicago, 111., and Hreckinridge.
Minn. The meeting, which is a school
of instruction, will last two davs.
Is of Little Uenelit nhss It Is Digested.
Nearly everyone will admit that as
a nation we eat loo much meat and
too little of vegetables and the grains.
For business men. office men and
clerks, and, in fact, everyone engaged
in sedentary or indoor occupations.
grains, milk and vegetables are much
Only men engaged in severe outdoor
manual labor can live on heavy meat
diet and continue in health.
As a geneVal rule, meat once a day
is sufficient for all classes of men.
women and children, and grains,
fruit and vegetables should consti
tute the bulk of food eaten.
Piit many of the most nutritious
foods are difficult of digestion and it
is of no use to advise brain workers
to eat largely of grains and vegeta
bles where the digestion is too weak
to assimilate them properly.
It is always best to get the best re
sults from our food, that some sim
ple and harmless digestive should be
taken after meals to assist Ihe rehiv
e(1 ,n,,estive organs, and several years '
experience have proven Stuart's Dvs
pepsia Tablets' to be a very safe.
j ,,,.as;int am effective digestive and
;a remedy which may be taken daily
jwith the lest results,
j Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can
'hardly be called a patent medicine,
as they do not act on the bowels nor
!anv particular organ, but only on the
; f ood eaten. They supply what weak
; stonipchs lack, pepsin diastase, and
by stimulating the gastric glands in
crease the natural secret ion of hydro
: chloric acid.
People who make a daily practice j
or taking one or two of .Stuart s Dys
pepsia Tablets after each meal are
sure to have perfect digestion, which
means perfect health.
There is no danger of forming an
injurious habit, as the tablets contain
absolutely nothing but natural diges
tives; cocaine, morphine and similar
drugs have no place in a stomach
medicine, and Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets are certainly the best known
and most popular of all stomach rem
edies. Ask your druggist for a 50 cent
package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets, and after a week's use note the
improvement in health, appetite and
Khenmatlsm Cared In 4 Hoars.
T. J. Blackmore, of Holler & Black
more, Pittsburg, Ta., says: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of
Mystic Cure. It got me out of the
house in 24 hours. I took to my bed
with rheumatism pine months ago
and the Mystic Cure is the only med
icine that did me any good. I had
nve of the best physicians In the city,
but I receive.-i very little relief from
them. I know tbe Mystic Cure to be
what t is represented and take pleas
ure in recommending it to other poor
sufferers." Sold by Otto (rotjan,
15C1 Second avenue. Bock Island;
Gust Sculcgel & Son, 20 W. Second
Forty Tears Torture,
To be relieved from a torturing dis
ease after 40 years torture might
well caiiwe the gratitude of anyone
That S5 vr-at DeWitt's Witch Ilazel
Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva, Ohio.
He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve cured me of piles after I had
suffered 40 j-ears." Cures cuts, burns,
wounds, skin diseases. Beware of
counterfeits. At; druggists.
Warn Inc. War nine
Be ware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place- of Fo
lej''s Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra'profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in rlace bf these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test ' of
years, and thus jeopardize ihe lives
of their victims. For sale by all
STRIKING FEATUR.ES 1
: That delight good dressers are I
to be found in
No Fresvkishness )vist plain
I sxxbstsv.nti.rvl, stylish
ELEGANCE AND QUALITY
that puts them as far ahead of
ordinary clothing as is possible
to imagine. Leave it to your own
!jin?gment after you have ex
t9 -a anr-
19 a m u
Same Old Sound
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde block. Room 8b. Office hours 8 a. in. to 6 p. m. and
Saturday evenings. Telephone west 1514.
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HARTZ 5c ULLEMEYER.
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THE PRINCIPLE OF
CHANNON, PERRY CO.,
114 West Seventeenth Street.
Wholesale Dealer T In PURE : WINES AND , LIQUORS.
WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL f
Manufacturer of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
T 181-16I8 Third Avenue, Bock Island, Hi '""- ' ' ' ' " J
y ??" y WWWWy "V V SBSSS SSS SfSSf S 8 BSSS
We are at it again; trying" to teach
the public where to borrow money in
small amounts (from $10 to $500) to
the ltest advantage. Our rates are
the lowest, on this kind of a transac
tion, of any one in this neck of the
woods. Furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons and other personal property,
the kind of security you all have, is
what we loan on, but it is not re
moved from your possession. Prompt
ness, too, is often a big consideration
in a matter of this kind. We can sup
ply the money the day jou find you
need it. Wc also understand that
you do not want others to know all
about your affairs. We will sec that
there is no publicity attached to it.
When you get a loan here we satisfy
you in every way. Try us and see.
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don't necessarily mean drugs. You
can do much for your health, if you
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iiatc ursi ciada ruooer goous. ...
w e nave just received our fall stock
of Rubber goods such as Fountain ,
Syringes, Hot Water Bag-, Com bin a- J
tion Svrii.tres. Bulb Svrinc-es nf all !
. . r
kinds. Atomizers, etc., direct from
the factory. e guarantee them in
every respect as first class, and prices
as low as anywhere in the three cities.
. 1 1 1 S I
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is the main point. Style is much
a matter of fancy, but it can be re
lied upon as. absolute truth that
any plumbing done by Chan non,
Perry & Co. will be the best that
experience, skill and good judgment
can command. Only modern, up-to-date
sanitary work is done, fin
ished in the most substantial and