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THE AB6US, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1S9S.
I HE ARGUS.
ated split ticket uiaf be voted within
Published Dally and Weeiily at 1G4 Second
Avenue, Kock i land. I J. Entered at the
FostoHce as Second-class matter.
IM THK NAT.IK UF J. W. rOTTER.
rT:t;M", Haliy. it) cents per week. Weekly,
I1 WjT nnnum; tn advir.ee II.W.
A I! communications of political or arpnmeil--tirc
rhr.r.ntcr, political or rcliiriom, must
I. vc real nani; attached for publication. No
' uc)i article will be printed over fictitious aig-
Correspondence solicited from every town
hip In Kock Inland county.
I'l.-IDAY, Nov. 11.
Wk urn ail LC'tt i hit .slowly bacK
from the Klondike without realizing
;t;iv "f liic glittering prospects.
Mi 1 )o;n uirh county J. lwo.-s
M .rki-v. ill iiio- i at . :ia elected cotfnty
iiil"-c by 1 1 pluralit v. All t in- other
tij'i i: t v olVn-i-r arc l
I I i- inn
t-tool tliat tin-
tin- Nicaraug.-i canal coininisnn will
i-.c-i .in iihimI tin- const nut ion of the
,mi!;. a! :1 i-o.-t within " 1 :.'". Ml.OoO.
It will ! worth I'Vtrv cent of the
I lie !clIllliT
lei .1 1 11 i : i n
had In II hoini- and voted
il'.c ticket --as he would
- ; lien- would have heeii
clitors who would have
m t f.f. onir' the pan-
i .; Mai: -ii pullcl tliroiign
::oii in the ni in-y district
I, r i-.-.-l,
.. !. r a! I
J f . i 'i ri ii
II. -lull Is
.da in s.
. In; a ic-t pluralit v of
l'.i on it
unities of Mcllonon
U al i en. Kov can ii
Sell 11 vl
M- Kim i:
l.v I 1 1 ."DO.
' carried Illinois in 1'.6
Wir.lteiuoic curies it by
i. ( it ii in lv.is. At t iii
p uiilanv blight -clio-il I.,.y limine
i iii I illiioi
repiil'licau party will
nmcrat ie party uplield t!i
s :. E r- : t
'! !'v:.!lv i P!r:nir the war
v i I !i pai :i I
; i.i ii isli I eml
.e now acclleu ol pre
Mi ii s. 'I i;,' real Spanisl
I w ;:r w en- t lie llietl W.'u
incompetent general in com
will i ' a e
I ac Amei ;c.ui ai'inv '.iclore
St. Louis lleplll'lie.
crrit s of Satigninoii count
"rand jubilee Saturdav
il ii pleut v of music, rei
man candles. ('ongros
( 'aid u c!l. Senator-elect Fun
i i i a 1 1 en'i
ami all other democrat
ted Tn--lav will speak. There is
one ioc:!i! i- in I Iii no' s whore the ileni
ocrals have reason to rejoice.
I'm whi-kv trust will load
tars of aicdio: for .Japan Satur
day Each car will contain i." bar
rel's of Peoria spirit, to be used in the
art ;nid especially for the manufac
ture of smokeless powder. The trust
has nlso an order for a'cohol for the
same purpose from the Ilri'.ish gov
ern 1:1 cut .
Tiik Stand. ltd oting machine an
instrument that mechanic. lily records
tiie Pallot cast breach M-ter. had a
trial at HochcsiiY. N. V.. Tuesday,
and scored a complete triumph. Each
-icci'.oii district in tha city had a ma
chine. 7-i all to'.d being in im'. and ail
worked splendidly. The entire vote of
t lie citr was reported within "7 min
utes alter the polls closed. The ma
chine records a straight party vole
v.. thin half a minute, and a compli-
Your doctor knows all about
food3 mul medicines.
The next tirno you see him.
just e.3ic mm went no
scoii's Emulsion i
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hvpo-
phowphite. Wo aro wilinw;
ti trut in his answer.
For twenty-flvo years doc
tors have proscribed our
Emuloion for paleness, weak
ness, nervous exhaustion, and
for Pll diseases that causa
loss in flesh.
It croarcv color and it3
Ti.asan!; t,ista make it es
pecially useful for thin arid
Ko other preparation or cod-
liver oil is like it- uon z lose
time and risk your health by
taking something un Known
pwl untried. Keep in mir.d
that SCOTT'S EMULSION
has stood the test for a
quarter of a century.
V- J-i $ -: Sruti.
SCOTT boANt, Clicms:, New York.
Tiik annual meeting of the Illinois
Live Stock Ureeilers' association is to
Ic held at the state house at Spring
field. Nov. 15-17. The association is
tmnposfil of the following organiza
tions: Illinois Horse lirecders aso-
iation, Illinois Cattle IJreeclers'' asso
ciation. Illinois hffine nreetiers asso-
iation, Illinois Sheep lirceders' asso
iution. Fred. II. Kankin tmnonne-es
a program ot more interesting anu in
structive leatures at tnn rear s meet
ing than any heretofore presented.
An assignee has lx.-en appointed hy
the county court to adjust the affairs
of the Chicago Democrat, formerly
the Dispatch. K. Kisenlord, the pub
lisher, and John C. Eckel, president
of the company, made application for
the otlieial J ob n ti. Knappman. treas
urer of the Merchants" Mercantile as-
oi-iation. was delegated to take charge
of the property. The Chicago IJemo-
rat lias hail a varieil existence, li
was founded as the Chicago Dispatch
in (Wulitr, The original own-
... i alh
ers l the paix;r were josepn n.. jun-
op. Herman J. Huiskamp and John
. J kel. Two years later Air. iinn
p in-eame the exclusive owner. In
Mar, lS'Jt. he was arraigned in the
f i dural court on a charge of Sending
1 legal matter through the mails. He
was con v idea ana senieneeu 10 kwo
years in ttc Joliet penitentiary in ad
dition to a line. Following Mr. Dun-
op's commitment to prison, Messrs.
Kck 1 and Huiskamp assumed control
of the pliiut.
WHAT IT MEANS.
:ok Island I I.earnine It Learninff
"ast I'ruot Not LacklDK.
Everybody has it.
Tliat tircii feeling.
Know what it means.
Keeps von awake at night.
Destroys daily comfort.
Wearies the body. Worries
You would shake it olT.
Vcu would le healthful and strong.
So you tan.
If you go at it right.
First learn what it means.
Some s:iv it's bad blood.
Others say it's a lazy liver.
They're ail wrong.
Tired feeling means tired kidneys.
A backache means kidney ache.
How do you know it?
liecause Doan's Kidney Pills cure
How can we prove it?
liecause Hock Island people sav
Here' a case in point.
Mr. A. Stees. of 'J21 Nineteenth
street, says: T have been troubled
with weak kidnevs a!l mv life I might
sar. and it has caused me a great
ileal of discomfort, to sav nothing of
the money I hare spent trying to be
cured. In the spring of !.: 1 had a
severe attack. There were constaut
pains in the small of inv back and if
I chanrred mv position nuicklv I was
rewarded with pains shooting through
mv kidneys, 'lhere was too frequent
action of the kidney secre
tion--, accompanied with a burn.
ini' sensation. I learned about
Doan's Kidiiev Pills and pro-
cund a box at the Harper house drug
store. Ther removed the pain in my
back. 1 have belter control over the
kidner secretions and the burnin
sensation has left me. I am satisfied
that Doan's Kidner Pills are an excel
lent remedy, and I know of others
who have received eiiualiv as mucn
benefit as I have. You mav use mv
name at anr time as one who highly
endorses the claims made for tin
IHan s Kidnev 1'iiis lor sale nv an
dealers. Price 60 cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn eompanr. Buffalo. N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Kemeuilier tiie name. Doan a, and
take no substitute. For sale by Mar
shall A: Fisher.
Where They Are Mated by Lottery.
It was a cynic who said that mar
riage is a lottery, but in the province
of Smolensk, in Russia, this aphorism
has Ik en reduced to a quarterly fact,
for four times a year there is held the
most remarkable lottery ever devised.
A chargo of a ruble is mado for a
ticket, only ono pri.o is to 1 drawn,
and it consists of the entire sum yielded
by the sale of the tickets, amounting to
5,000 rubles. Tho lucky winner of the
prize is bound to marry a certain dam
sel if he takes tho 5,000 rubles.
Should ho lie married he is at liberty to
turn over tho money and tho lady to
any friend whom ho may wish to put
in for such a good thinp. Should the
lady, however, refuse to marry tho win
ner they are allowed to divido tho ra
bies between them.
Connaniption 1'ositively Cared.
R. B. (Ireeve. merchant, of Chil
howie. Va.. certifies that he had con
sumption, was given up to die, sought
all medical treatment that money
could procure, tried all cough leme
dics he could hear of. but got no re
lief; spent manv nights sitting up in
a chair; was induced to try Dr. King's
New Discovery, and was cured by use
of two bottles. For past three years
has Ikhii attending to business and
savs Dr. King's New Discovery is the
grandest remedy ever made, as it has
done so much for him and also for
others in his community. Dr. King's
New Discovery is guaranteed for
coughs, colds "and consumption. It
donT fail. Trial lottles free at Hartz
it Ullemeyer's drug store.
Late to bed and early to rise, pre
pares a man for his home in the skies.
But early to bed and a Little Early
Riser, the pill that makes life longer
and better and wiser. T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Kiess and M. F. Balm
In all tie jialniinT you h-ve to 3o, or lircct, yon
arc invited to consult 1:3 fri-tly about tho beat v.aya
Ol UK1DK THX 6 H rtV I ft -W I L.L.I AfiO PAINTS, Our
experience of tliirty years id at your service.
i'or nnyono sealing us a pfiotoraub cr arciii
tect'8 drawins of liis bQlldine. onr ttrtlsts vrlll prc
para a plan for puintin--', piviiisr sevcml artistic
color combinations from wbK-u to choose. TLia
la fr .e.
We'll tielp you by secdinar yoa, free, "Pfinr
Pojvts." a lit!!o illustrated tri:ido to practical
when you are thorn,
we'll i nd yon color cards of
the parats that ivi!I sni' you,
and illustrations of brildicga
ehowiag color combinations.
Paint aho Color
C. SPEIDEL IS AGENT FOli
Sherrar.l. Nor. 'J. Peter Ro3ene
and family, of New Windsor, moved
to Sherrard Wednesday.
Robert Lee, Sr., was" in Rock Island
Monday on business.
C. A". Satnuelson was in (Jalesburg
last Thursday and Friday.
JaVe Adatns. of Foster, Iowa, has
secured work in the mines here.
Quite a number attended the party
at Tureen's last Thursday evening.
Thoruas Gorman and Miss Maria
Wilde were in Rock Island last Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 1 nomas, ol
Rock Island, were in Sherrard Sun
Miss Emma Lee visited with rela
tives and friends in Uock Island last
H. S. Cable and II. B. Sudlow. of
Rock Island, w ere here last Friday on
Miss Belle Lawson. of Cable, is vis
iting relatives and friends at Sherrard
Mrs. Thomas Salkeld is visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bol
ton, of Alpha.
John Ramsden moved his family
and household goods from iola to
Sherrard last Thursday.
Mrs. Oscar Lindstrom and children
left for Colchester, III., hist week, to
risit relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Samuelson and
Mrs. Samuelson's mother, Mrs. Law
son, were in Swedona visiting with
It. T. Barrett received a telegram
last Wednesday from Colchester. III.,
announcing the death of his mother.
She hail been ill for some time.
John L. Simmon and Miss Kathyrn
1'. Allen were married this evening at
the home of the bride's mother north
of Sherrard. Father Sheridan, of
Milan. Nov. 10. George Adams
and Harry Willhite returned Monday
after spending three months in north
The Court of Honor will give a
ocial at the town hall next Monday
Two men had a light on Third
street Monday evening, but no arrests
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
bvterian church served refreshments
at the town hall on election day.
Mrs. Chris Kuehl and daughter,
Silria. Mrs. C. Kuehl. Jr.. and Mrs.
Kugel. of Davenport, visited relatives
in Milan Sunday.
John Kyte. teacher of the Ridge-
wood school win give a social at uie
home of his parents. Mr. aud Mrs.
Charles Kyte. next Friday evening for
the lxmelit of the school.
H. B. Kiys. of Bowling, who sold
his farm to Elmer Haines, moved to
Rock Island last week and bought a
home at S22 Fifteenth street. " Mr.
Kiys has been in poor health for quite
a while and thought it best to move
to the city, where he would be tinder
the care of a physician.
Mr. and Mrs. Antony Koch ami
their sons. Johnny and Harry, of
Rock Island, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Kuehl. Mr. Koch is
foreman of the lath and shingle room
of the Northern Lumber company at
Cloquet. Minn. Mr. Koch le ft Wednes
day with his family, except Miss
Louisa, who will . visit with friends
and relatives till alter Thanksgiving.
It Will Surprise Yoa Try It.
It is the medicine above all others
for catarrh, and is weirth its weight in
gold. Elv's Cream Balm does all
that is claimed for it. B. W. Sperrr.
Mv son was afflicted with catarrh.
He used Ely's Cream Balm and the
disagreeable catarrh all left him. J.
C. Olmstead, Areola. 111.
A 10c trial 6ie vr the 50c size of
Elv's Cream Balm wiH be mailed.
Kept by druggists. Ely Brothers, 55
Warreu street. New York.
For Over Firty Tear
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
When you ask for De Witt "a Witch
Ilazel Salve don't accept a ounter
feit or imitation. There are more
cases of piles being cured by this
than all others combined. T. H
Thomas, A. J. Bless and M. F. Bahn
piiir.tinsr atout l!;o none, teilinj; ur-.-.r to sr.vo c-.-'jl
money and iret tlio bett returns from usinj point. fcsw;f3Vl
v r . t- i 1 1 .nil c r.ii-. iimi,;o 't- -- " - - -
to pr.int. .J-'-'- --J" .3
SOUTH WEST POINTS.
COAL VALLEY Cl'LLINtiS.
Coal Valley, Nor. !. Mrs. David
Wetzel is on the sick list.
M. G. Bedford, of Rural, shipped
corn last week.
David Edwards has bought the
Busch slaughter house.
One of our sailor boys. Zaek Cook,
is expected home Saturday.
Richard Donaldson and wife hare
left for their future home in Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wetzel are the
proud parents of a new daughter.
Mrs. Uoase had the misfortune to
fall from a step and break her leg.
George Buck and daughter, ia
hare returned from their risit iO
Mr. and Mrs. John Spargo. of
Cable, visited with relatives here
Miss Sadie Roberts, of Andalusia,
visited with her sister, Rosa Roberts
James Clegg will ship a carload of
hiii'9 Thursday to Chicago at $;.l'0
is . . '
Blossoiuburg miners are doing line
now. They are sending the coal to
Davenport for winter supplies.
Mr. and Mrs. William Petty cele
brated their -Join wedding anniver
sary with a party at their home.
Sorrr to see T. R. Lees defeated.
though we are glad to know that he
carried Coal alley and Kurai.
J. J. l'rvce has botirrlit the prop-
erty of Mr. Larson. Mr. Larson hay
inn-" bought ItiO acres of the section.
O'.iitc a pleasant time was had at
the home of Miss Tiliie Nelson Satwr
day afternoon last, it being her birth
The Navlor family are packing their
household goods preparatory to mov
inr to Lincoln, Neb., some time next
Prof. John W. Hemphill, of Mediap
olis. Iowa, made an address at the
Presbyterian church Saturday even
ing. "He intends to give vocal in
struction here and at Milan.
ltticklca's Arnica Salve.
The best salre in the world for cut s
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles or no
par reo ui red. It is guaranteed to
gire perfect satisfaction or moner re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale bv Hartz & Ullemever.
fldncate Tour llowets Willi Cearetr,
Caruiy Cntlifirt i.?. enre constipation foreicr.
tCc.SSc. It C. C. C. fail, druggists rct-and iuont7.
Notice of ;uar;llja'ii Sale of Iteal Estate.
Si rue of Illinois. I
End; 1 -lrrud Viur.iy. i
l-.v virtue or a Ueeieial order of the count
court at s.i:a e.iuiily euttreu at tiie -vnveiri
ber term "i s.int court. A. u.. is.is. on me
Plication of Aii.i L Mi.xter. irunrdia i of Hen
neater. Jr.. :ml lice M. Keator. minors, to
se 1 the fOii'vinif described real estate helr.n
insr to said min rs. situate in the county of
Hiek I-lar,ct aril state of Illinois, to-wi r
LVijii-nitu; at a point two hundred, s xty-tbree
and ibrce-lKurtUs c.'i-i1! I leet (te anil in
lv-rine and two-thirJs hurrdredtin iUri-'. I
eb"i"si norib. varia i ;n ilrees J minut
east of the s-irit'rwest corner of lot numaer
sevenieen lit;, in Wood's tnird :irj aieli'i n
to Moliiie: tLeree north (same variation!
eleven an I t.irietv-three an l one-third, b-n:
dredths OLW ,1 chains (si-vei hn dred ;
eieutv-ei-'ht and inue-tetiins ..'. feet to
Fiaei: and tScan's Indian bound irv line: tbei.'
east rH i decrees e ist (variation 7 decrees. 4ri
minutes cast) alomr s id Indian boundary Icie
l wound titty and three fo r:!is bundreenh-i
(Jnil ch't'as (one hundred, six y-ilve arid one
fourth ( P'-v. i feet: thence souih (variation
Cerrrees. A : miiutes east I twelve and tiro and
one-ihird bun-red b I lr!.!!-.") cba ns. (seven
hundred, ninety-three and oue-biif ( li'.l'.i fe
then-ee west two and live thousand twtt
three ten-th-u-adiliS t -J. .-. ea ns. tone
hunTed and siitv-live tnd tiftetn one-hua
d edihs (I'M. 15) feet. 10 ibe place of ti sin.
nir.K: ex :e;tiui out of sid above descriod
tract one acre off the silh end of hail ir ec.
a-jd also a strip Ue ty-Bve ti" feet in w ill h
off the north side of the name. wh'Vh has been
deiicated heretofO' e for btreet p j-po- es. and
also a strip five i.") feet in wid'.h etf the v.st
side of slid tract: ihe infnTlnn bein to sell
tlntaie fact convejed by one Wells to
Urace W. Keato. recoided il B'xik si of
Deeds, at page 3-, and containing about three
i sh-ill. on ill second div of Tcc-mbe- A.
P.. isj-s. at ihe east door of the cfiurr house, in
ibe city of Kovlc 1-i.iad. Kocl; Island county.
I l:n-;ls. nt the hour ... two o ciocU p. m. of said
da-y. sell a 1 the interest of said bliuois in aud
l.i tbe said real estate, it public ven'.ue
Terms of sale: Si: hand ed ar.i fort y- even
d.'!rs and rif-y-f.mr en tA.a4) c sh in
band, and tbe rmainer within tleee years.
ith intere: at tin rat ? of 5 pr.r ceat per an
n:m. pujatile seai-acnuiiv.
ADA L- :ixtejj.
tiarcian for A lice M. Keator aad lien C. Kea-to-.
Bj T. A. Mu phy. her attorner-
Estate of Frances C. Sutcille. deceased.
Tbe underslifsed bavins been appointed ex-1
eci.lor 01 toe estate 01 tee last v. ul a nu tes
tament of Frances C. Sutclirte. late of tb
county of Kock Island, state of Illinois
deceased, hereby pive notice tht he wdl
apier before the county court of Hock
lsaad county, at the county couit room, in
tbe city of R .ck Island, at the January
term- on tbe first Monday in Jiuu. ry next,
at wbieb time all persons bavinrr claims azamst
said estate are notmed and rcju, sted to at
tend, for the p-arpose of bavinrz tbe mt adjusted-
Ail persons Indebted to. said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to tbe uodersirmed. .
Dated tha 3rd d-iy of November. A. p. IK8.
Cmablxs U. fccn.uri k.
Il ar-d board at Four:
CHOICE It XM3
T ANTED GIRT. FOR iF.SF.BA L, HOUSE-
worn. Apply l.-l Ihiril avei.uc.
AT.'TKIV-CIRI. FOIt CXESAL IIOL'SE
Tvor at lje'- T e:iti -second street.
r.XTI'JWA l.iT.L. K.' til.NEi.Mi
houseworu. a; 'A's 1 wenty-scconu s, .eci.
-TURK: HOYS AltOfT It
y ars ! a'e. at lutr i.ucti iruuu "Uilil
door works. Era
V week nur-itiir.
I5Y tiik pay ert
week n-.iri;ii;. l .v lady of expenen
Add ess M s. Ki da Abrauis in. care Am i s.
TAN'TFti-rtT'ir.s wraiuxu to takk
emi'iiiiun at -T10 Fit .h
7 ANTED TWO (JtX)D ITT S TLr.KS Kl
scril in-stailmeDt specialties, salary or
conitnis-s on. K. W. Overniire, U'U aeco.tt
avenue, kock iMaua.
.1 DO r;FN-
V er.d wor!; uliout ri j;ke.v sh
T ANTKD CITJCULAR AXD SAMPI.F.
T A NTKD OXE
OK TWO KOOM8 FOR
iiintr wirb a private fam
T litrbt uouset
ily, located between 'i'welfta arid 1 wtnty
st:tb streets. Address iamied.ateiy to "J. 11.,'
caie Alien Myen & Co.
asti:;t--mf.:; with mdxey to ix-
vest, arid who desire a sa'e rrnd prollt-i:;vcstnn-nt.
to ir.vesti'rne the very de-
srrat' e sto.-k of the Ameriaau .:dcnsen
II. rse Feed company. Cad at laio t i"St ave
nue. TANTED-TO LOAN MOXf'Y eN PI
n inotKls. watcLiov. jewelry, hardware.
musical instruments, bicycles, clo'bmtr. dry
goods, furniture, etc. Hij-'aest cash prices
paid for second liaml ;;oods of ail kinds also.
The above (foods for Kile at half the usual
store prices. Ail business transactions strictly
continent ial. His new rumber and location,
l'ii3 Second avenue. Don't forget it. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 147.
ttvii; sai.t: -e;ooD wo:.k itonsi: at uj
Jj ILi d a v. nue.
Olv SALE TWO GOOD IMJILDtN'J LOTS,
tuisl.V) feet, near C, H. I dt i'. depot, a
bargain, f i4oj.
rr-Oi: SALE -TWO NICE HOMES ON THIRD
P avenue, one '. the other l.lo: pavinir
paid for. Inquire at liio Third aveauc.
SALE NINE-ACRE FRTTIT FARM.
AU kinds of fruit: rood buddinps: near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon
Gordon & lijwmau.
Webb's sun-division. Sou'li fiook Island.
A bargain if taken at once. Apply to George
F. r.otb. Masonic 'i'empie.
TrOnSALK A SACRK
FARM IN HOCK
X; Island county: trocd
corn a:id pasture
and- -w ii take prt trade. W. Clausiiea, Front
and IJpiey street. Davenport. Iowa.
FOR SALE AT A
farm near town,
sold cheap to settle a-,
train ehea; for casu.
Lots of fruit. To be
estate. HJc . Is a bar-
Is o tritdo. Uoruou &
InOJt 3 ALE COAL IN A NY QUANTITY
' of 0.) bushels or over as 12. ?.0 per ton, fie
dvered C. O. D. to try prtof tbe cit. Iove
irrters 6t crnmirirala! b.wi barorjr Uiop, Sou
UUnd, or Er.os James, Milan.
IrOIt SALE CITE P LOTS IN M'MAS
" ter s addition, old banebali (trounds. These
lots v. iii te so'd fr-iHi im upward: s.nail
amount down balance on lonrr time at 6 per
cent. 4ie.iiy Bros., rooib I, Mi'.cteil & Lyade
.OR SALIVA NEAT OFFICL' CABTNET
wl'.b bixmi; 60 u.fferent slides, kul-.nblo fcr
n!ine ieal blanks or any description of p.iaers
In fiat fora to be kept In Miape for writing.
A comprehensive Index ooaoee'.ed. JuKt tbe
thiu-j b' any office wirb eosirvstb. etc., to
Hie. Addresa H. K. C. care of T'HB A kgcs.
TTOK RKXT-F'I'P.S.SnFn FOOMs WITII
" steam heat, fas ai-d batb. at :!JS Twen
L-OP. BEXT-SIX-ROOM FLAT IN HURST
i l ck. Twentietn street, a li modern eon-
monlu. II H. btafford.
C'OH RENT THE STANDARD CLUB
rooras. Suitable for lode meetiEifH. so
c:al iratherinfrs or u ncirisr parties. Kent rea
sonable. Sr t,-am beat. Kred At itath.
OH LENT LARGE. NICELY FUHN-
ished front rooms with heat and vs.
V.'lth iw.ini if ceslred.or board wi.bout roomi.
lu-iees rc asonable. No. 31rt blxteentb street.
"COP. RENT nXE. ALMOST NEW. WELL
J. but. ;. two story house. IKri Nin
lanre rooms, furnace, bath and ail
s- U at
A. V." 1
convei-Sences. for TJ per laonth. Will
. barifairi if 'akea quick. Apply to 11.
i. liutoid block-
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REft'ARD.
Te p.-cn.i'iri pavc.s of tiie s;ae are main-
fr:- ln' a ?urvl ry pjp-.Iar urcriptioa from
wiiicbi- j-'-red a
Reward of S200
Hy the uidersi.T.ed a.-xriation for the arrest
and conviction o! a:i incendiary 13 any of the
PEOPEKTV OWNERS FIRE ASSOCIATION.
lUrCm LJaild, Id,
s- V,'.'.." ".'
sr rr-t "S !Nsr
& M M?t? i?4
i A3iu jj-4 -v A ( Jsv m
In order to remember ihe little folks we
will give free with every p.ir of school
shoes, until further notice, A FINE
JUMPING. ROPE, as shown i.bove.
Our stock of school shoes combines n at
stylish goods with wear resisting quali
t s You can't miss it by fitting the. little
ones out at our store, or yourself as we 11.
See our nobby fall and winter goods.
WRIGHT & BARBER,
Leaders in Shoes.
M ISCEI,T,AN F.OUS.
T AN IRISH SETTER Pl'I. FINDER
ease return to 11. W. Trem nu.
I710UND-AN 17MBRELLA. OWN'KRCAN
. have sain by calling at A Ki;i:s oitlce and
piyinit for notice.
OFNG ME V- OL'i! It, LtT STfi A T EI) CAT-tilc-ue
exiilriineai how wo t -aeh tbe bar
ber tr.'dn in eii.'ht weeks Mailed free. Mo
lar's i'.arbe.- eolleire. Chie;iiro.
MON'EV TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
trat.'e loans by W. H. Kasi-insn, 171 rj Sec
ond avenue, wishiiut publicity or removal He
also makes collections-hrvrd ones a specialty.
PAINTINCS CIEANED AND RE-
paired. Thirv must ie roui.vnted to pre
served them, lrawiiur and paintid?? tauttht.
Laee dress and curtains meaoed projierly: tine
luce mended and done up like new. Witter
cubes (copyrighted) of old Fort AraiHlronir.
also t'o orado v iews for. sale. Address Miss
l'latl. sai Twenty-third s reel. Rock Island.
J. E. BZIDT.
T B BEtOT
Own Your Horn and Have it tnrared.
Insurance and Loans,
Room 4. Mitchell & Lynde Building
GET THE BEST
All Wcrk Onaranteed.
1809 TBIBD AVENUE
l.ll.ll&J ILUIAii ET tup
EJ?-i(n;ilLne:,t wi Xte liilnd
'Bieed;i! anu Itching
y a.iuj s ti.o l'.cbrut- at ouce, acts
63as a pu;ti;re, pives iastant re
lief. Dr. V-'iliiams'Indlrin PtieOint.
men t i prepared for Flies and Itch
fni? r.f the private parts. Every box la
warranted. By drui-irits. by msll on re-
e-rct of price. W c4.-nts and t l.M. WL'ILLIIMS
lAhUFACTUP.;a CO.. Frops.. CleveUuuTobuZ
Sold by M F. Ba&hsea.drjgirista.
Lives in a house that has
good plumbing. If the
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anythirg the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.
1 12 -l 14 West
' Direction of Steve F. Mi m.er.
ONE MUIIT O.NLV,
Sunday Evening, Nov. 13,
ireial FrrwlucMon of the Scenic
E PAY TRA
The Best Comedy Trnmaof the Day
lniroducluir the I'lever
MISS OLLIE HALFORD
And a Superb Company
A Car Load of Special Scenery,
" Tho Latest Kiectrit; nnd
Mechanical Effect .
Music, Sontrs and Dances.
Prices 2f. r) and 7.'o.
Sale of stats at Ulcuer's jewelry store.
I YCEUM COURSE OF
L AUGUSTANA COLLEGE
To be (liven at tlio
The Boston Ladles' Symphony Or
chestra eirand t.om ert. Nor. 'J
Samuel I'Lcli Ix-land. I'll. I.
i Lecture, lcc. 1
Maj. the Noted Trav-
I. i lure, Uec. 1 4
The Schubert Olee Club
Grand Concert, Jan.
Dr. A. A. Wlllits.
Sunshine " ..
"Tbe Apostle of
Lecture, Felt. 23
Tickets for Entire Course $1.
Rlnide admission tickets 'iCc, Includ
ing reserved seat.
Tickets none on sal nt tbe Hnr er n use
Irii( Store. Kck l.-lanu, uud Josepbson 'a Jew
elry Store. Moline.
to each person interested
In Kuhsirib'nic to tbe tu-
pene find Monument Sou
venir Fund. (subscribe
any amount desii-ed, r-ub-Kcrlptlons
as low as 11.00 I
will eulitli the d.nor to
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(cloth bound, t-xll). as a
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t0 "y " OI t f I1l,i. s, ur-rt nw.
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greatest ar-1 ,,..urv
lUl C But for tbem blecoriMl-I
bntlon of the wrold's greatest artists,
tbiit Ijikik ciwli not h7e been manufrMV I
lureU for less than t.OO.
Tbe Fund created is divided einally be-twe-n
tbe fa-nily of tbe late Kuitue
Field and ibe hand tor the bullluir of a
monument to tbe memory of lbs be
loved poet of childhood. Address
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