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THE ABGrTTS. FRIDAY. JTJXE 2, 1899.
Pufcllsaed Daily ut Weekly a IBM Second
Avenue, Koclt Island, HI. Entered M She
fostoffiee m Second-class matter.!
IX THI JTA1
or . w. Form
TERMS Daily, 10 centa per week. Wsekly
2.00 per annum; In adTaace SI .SO.
All communications of political or arromen
tstire character, political or religions, must
bare real name attached for publication. No
uen article will be printed over fictitious
: correspondence solicited from rrery town
nip In Bock Island county.
f kiuat. June 2.
TiiF.v sav that at last the strike is
off at Buffalo.
Tiif. supreme court of New Jersey
has upheM tbe trust formation pro
cess in that state.
Iowa's Gen. Henderson has a de
rMed lead, of all western candidates at
least, for the speakership of the next
Thky have some glorious climate in
Colorado. A snow blockade on the
South Park railway, which began on
tne 21st of January, was not broken
until last week.
The Hanna-McKinleyitcs are mak
ing almost as desperate a ogbt in
the presidential state as was tbe
case when Mark asked for a term and
a half in the United States senate.
and got there after a fashion.
1'akis is again wild with frenzy,
The Dreyfus revelations together with
the return of Marchand from the
Soudan were together too much for
the excitable metropolis, and to top
it all on with, 1'aty de Clam nas been
A Pennsylvania girl advertised
for a husband and got one. He en
listed ami was killed in tbe Philip
pines, lie was insured for fa, 000,
which she received, and a widow's
ension will be her next reward
There is nothing like advertising.
The statistics of the Illinois state
reformatory show that of 63 inmates
averaging 12 years of age, 58 were ci
garette smokers, and of 133 averag
iHg 14 years of age, 125 were cigarette
wmokers. In fact, 02 per cent of all
the inmates confined in that penal in
stitution were addicted to the use of
Amehica is not the onlv country un
der the skies that is rejoicing in new
found heroes. While we are - honor
ing those of the Spanish war who are
hack among us. and eagerly antici
pating the return of Dewey and Funs
ton from the Philippines. France is
going wild over the home-coming of
Alaj. Marchand, the African explorer.
Jf stick J. M. Habi.an, the oldest
member of the supreme court of the
L mted States, is still an enthusiastic
golfer. He is f6 years of age, but is
as active as a man of 40. Justice
Harlan does his golfing about six
miles distant from his homo. He is a
linn lieliever in early morning exer
cise, and walks the entire distance of
six miles live days out of the week.
Few men in their time have played
as many and multifarious parts as
William Alfred Peffer, of Kansas,
who, a-wearicd of eating of the husks
of populism, is now knocking for ad
mission at tbe door of the g. o. r.
The Chicago Times-Herald says: "We
read that seven cities vied fcr Homer
dead. Six sovereign states have
recognized in Mr. PetTer a good thing,
and helped to push it along. Penn
sylvania bore him, Indiana nurtured
him, Missouri welcomed him, Illinois
gave him to the army, Tennessee to
To Uliproi Facta. It U Decidedly Easy
to Verify Rock Island Opinion-
Nothing by way of introduction
could be added to the experiences and
opinions given below, which could
increase their value. Rock Island peo
ple can safely be left to draw their
own conclusions based on such con
vincing proof as this citizen offers.
What is there lacking in evidence like
his to satisfy a dyed-in-the-wool
Mr. Louis Range, of . 723 Seven
teenth street, retired, says: There
is nothing like experience'to prove the
real worth of a remedy. For years I
suffered from kidney troubles, tried
different remedies and used plasters,
but I got no relief that was permanent
until I used Dean's Kidney Pills.
There was a weakness and cneh terri
ble pains through my kidneys that I
conld not sit down or get up without
feeling terrible shooting twinges.
Whenever I caughcold it always set
tled in my kidneys and aggravated the
pain. . One day . I wn complaining
about my back'to Mr. Wivill, of 1511
Seventh avenue, and he told me that
Doan's Kidney PiLs had cured his
backache and he advised me to try
them. I bought a supply at Marshall
& Fisher's drug store, in all live boxes,
and I found them jast as my friend
had represented. They relieved tbe
pain in toy back and restored the ac
tion of the kidneys."
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by
all dealers, price 60 cents. Mailed bv
Fcster-Mdburn company. Buffalo, if.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember tbe name Doan's and
take no rther.
the bar, and then passed him . on to
Kansas, which bound -a chaplet of
immortal sunflowers about his victo
MUSINGS ABOUT MILAN
Budget of News From tbe Town
on tbe Hennepin.
Milan, June 2. The Milan nine
will go to Reynolds Saturday to play
a team there.
Mrs. O. Prescott is very ill.
Mrs. John Vanderslice is on the
sick list this week.
Hurley White, onr grocer, has
The Roval Neighbors gave a dance
at the town hall Tuesday-evening. -
farmer are complaining of a mud
hole in the lcr.d near theold distillery
The Milan nine defeated the Sears
town nine Sunday by a score of 10
William Nice caught a catfish
Wednesday at the guard lock weigh
ing do pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. B. St. Vrain, of Rock
Island, visited with the Misses Can
J. W.VYoermau, ol bhetheld, ar
rived Wednesday to see about the
abutments of tbeMoline bridge across
Memorial service was held at the
Presbvterian church Sundav morn
ing. Rev. H. W. Reherd preached a
sermon to a large audience. Most all
the soldiers of the neighborhood were
Dr. II. G. Trent and Miss Euth
Ohaver were united in marriage at
the home of tbe bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Ohaver, of Milan, at
8 p. m. Thursday. Rev. H. W. Re-
heid officiated, and only intimate
friends and relatives were present
They will go to housekeeping on
Dickson street, where the crroom has
prepared a tine residence. Both are
well known in society and have many
friends, who will unite in wishing
them success in their wedded lifdt
The Milan public schools closed
Friday. Miss Davis gave an enter
tainment in her room, which was dec
orated with Hags, bunting and llow-
ers. Alter the program was com
pleted and the children well treated,
the visitors proceeded to Mr. Smith's
room, where another fine program fol
lowed. Ihe graduating exercises were
eiven at the town hall Friday. The
class was addressed by Prof. R. G.
Young, of Rock Island. Rev. J. B
Rutter preached a sermon' to the
graduates Sunday evening.
Reynolds, May 31.: Mrs. Lizzie
Fricke, of Moline, and Mrs. Catherine
Vetter, of Marston, were in Reynolds
. J. Clark spent Sunday at Orion
with his son. Phil.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. T. McEn-
tire, Monday night, a boy.
Miss Margaret (Juist left Saturday
for Mt. Vernon, Iowa, to attend com
mencement exercises at Cornell col
lege. Mrs. ueorge . Dunn and her three
bovs were shopping in Rock Island
AIiss Alma llellpenstell, ol Kock isl
and, has been spending a 'week' 'with
her cousin, Mary Freytag.
Rev. and Mrs. Robertson and Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Wood, of Hamlet, were
among those who took the early train
for Rock Island Tuesday.
Mrs. W. J. McEntire. Mrs. II. Ket-
zle and Miss Georgia Sperling Attend
ed the funeral of Mrs. S. P. Archer at
Neponset, 111.. Sunday. Mrs. Archer
had many friends here, who are sorry
to hear of her untimely death. She
leaves a husband and two small chil
The 10th annual commencement of
the Reynolds High school occurred
last Friday night at Opera hall. The
graduates were: Edith Wilmerton.
Elizabeth Weaver, llobert osier,
Christie Armstrong. Lester J. Clarke,
Charles Freytag. Robert Foster de
livered the salutatory. His subject
was, "The Brighter Side of Life."
Charles Freytag was valedictorian.
His subject was "The Needs of the
Spain's Greatest Need.
R. P. Olivia, of - Barcelona,
Spain, spends his winters at Aiken. S.
C. Weak nerves had caused severe
pains in the back of the bead. On
using Electric Bitters, America's
greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all
pain soon left binx. He says this
grand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it
cures liver and kidney trouble . puri
ties tbe blood, tones op the , stomach,
strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor
and new life into every-rauscle. nerve
and organ of the body. If weak, tired
or ailing you need it. Every bottle
guaranteed, only 50 tents. Sold by
Harts & Ullemeyer. druggists.
Cared When Others Failed.
A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y.
writes: My wife suffered from kidney
trouble for years. She consulted
several physicians and tried a number
of kidney cores without getting re-
ief. She was induced to trv Foley's
Kidney Cure and In less than a week
after "she legan using it, she was
greatly improved and three bottles
cured her. -
Charles II. Marks, while acting in
he canacitv of nurse at the 2d divis
ion hospital of the 5th army corps at
Santiago de Cnlva, used a few bottles
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea - and
found it to work like a charm. For
sale by all druggists.
Troths Tersely Told. '
Foley's Kidney Cure is a safe sure
remedy for all kidney and bladder
diseases. Guaranteed, 50 cents.
Subscribe for Thk A rocs
IT MERITS ATTENTION.
A New Preparation Which Cures Dys
pepsia and Stomach Trouble.
Remarkable Curative Properties.
A new remedy, which may revolu
tionize the treatment of stomach
troubles, has recently been placed be
fore the public and bears the endorse
ment of many leadiDg physicians anfl
scientihc men. . ,
The remedv is not a wonderful se
cret discovery, nor a patent medicine.
neither is it claimed to cure anything
except indigestion and stomacb trou
bles. with which nine-tenths of onr
nation are afflicted. - j
Tbe remedy is in the form: of - pleas
ant tasting 'tablets or lozenges con
taining vegetable and fruit essences
pure aseptic pepsin (free front animal
impurities) bismuth and Golden Seal;
they are sold by druggists generally
under the name" of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Many interesting experiments made
with these tablets show that they
possess remarkable digestive power
one grain of the active principle leing
sutliuient to thouroughly digest J.UOU
times its own weight of Jeau. meat.
egg, oatmeal or similar wholesome
foods; these tablets do not act on the
bowels like after-dinner pills, nor in
fact do they act upon any particular
organ, bnt tbe manner in which they
cure all forms of indigestion is this
Thev act entirely upon the food eaten,
digesting it completely, nourishing
every tissue and nerve in the body;
they" simply perform the work of di
gestion, tbus giving the weaK stomach
rest and assistance suflicient to enable
it to recover its normal strength. This
is the reason so many pretended cures
have signally failed; they do not
furnish the digestive power which is
the one thing above all others that
the stomach of the dyspeptic lacks.
and unless that lack is supplied, it is
waste of time to attempt to restore
the enfeebled stomach by means of
tonics," "stomach - bitters" and
pills" no permanent good can result
from their use. . . -
If the stomach can be rested and
assisted in the work of digestion it
will very soon recover; this is the
secret and the whole secret of the re
markable success of Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets, a remedy practically un
known a year ago and now the most
popular, widely used dyspepsia rem
edy, everywhere a success secured
almost entirely on its merits, as it
has never been extensively advertised.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are wow
sold by druggists everywhere at 50
cents per jwickage; if he hasn't them in
stock he will order them for you from
his wholesale house. They are made
by the!". A. Stuart company, chemists.
Marshall. Mich., who will be pleased
to send information and testimonials
from every state in the union.''' "'
tOl'NTI TKMFUS. . ,
May 29 August Mledke to Freder
ick C. Harttung, lot 4 and part lot 5.
block 2 Alday's add.. East Roek Isl
and in Moline, f 2,500.
Hannah C. Oswald . to , RossettaiC.
Ebev, s 20 feet lot 14, n 10 feet Jot 13,
block 4, Sinnet's add.. Rock Island,
Lucian E. Gaylord -by master to
Rock Island Mutual Building Loan &
Savings association, tract by metes
and bounds, nwj 4, 17, lw, 1,100.
William II. II. Don to John T.
Frals, part nej se 13. 18. le, $1.
tills If. lMxon to John urogan, lots
and 4, block 57, Chicago or lower
add., Rock Island, $1,000. .
K. E. ' Oberlander by master to
Home Building, Loan & Savings asso
ciation, el lot 10. block 3. Pitts, .Gil
bert & Pitts' second add., Moline,
31 Andrew J. Miller to Howard S.
Barker, nwj 21, 20. 2e. $6,400.
William Boland et al. to Mina Bo-
land, lot 5, block 2, M. A. Rodman's
subdiv.. Rock Island, $1.
Louis Mosenfelder to Elizabeth
Fricke, lot 2. block 1, Black Hawk
Second add.. Rock Island, f 125.
Martha Root et al. by master to Eli
Bradford, ej lot 3, block 6. n 20 feet,
s 40 feet lot 1. block 17. old town of
Rock Island, f 1.400.
Henry B. Sudlow to Isarfo M. Lob-
enstein, part outlot 1, J. W. Spencer's
I bird add., Kock Island, f 1O.U00.
Katie Conzelman to Fannie Rogers,
swj 35. 18, lw, flO.
Mary L. Barnes et al. to Edward G.
Tindall, nej nwj and nj se nw and
nwj net 11. 16. 2w, f i; ' -
Augusta Dickinson to Edward G.
Tindall. nej nwj and r se nwj and
nwt nej 11. 16, 2w, $80.
Mary L. Moore to Edward G. Tin
dall, tract by metes and bounds, nw
nel 11, 16. 2w. $80.
Jane 1 Carl Erickson to Carl Fred
Winkler, lot 9, block 2.- Waterman
place, Moline, $1,500. - - -
August Engels to Alice Appleby.
part lot 3, block 59. Chicago or Lower
add., Rock Island, $425.
Lonisa Deisenbaca et al. by master
to Jacob Simmon, sel 6. 16, lw.
William Jackson to Margaret Treg-
own, lots 27 and 23. block 12. Second
add.. Coal Vallev. $1. -
The Modern Keanty
Thrives on good food and sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in the open
air. Her form glows with health and
her face blooms with its beauty- If
her system needs the cleansing action
of a laxative remedy, she uses . tbe
gentle and pleasant Syrup of Figs,
made by the California Fig Syrup com
Tetter, eczenca- and skin diseases
yield quickly to the marvelous. healing
qualities of Banner Salve made from
a prescription of a skin specialist of V
worm wiue lame, Zde.
' COAL VALLEY CCLLINGS.
Coal Valley. June 1. Mrs. James
Hampsen, of Rock Island, is visiting
with relatives. . '
Miss uiiie Kabey, or Milan, is vis
The Blossomburg mines started up
again last week. '
Mrs. Haupt, of Rock Island, spent
luesoav visiting friends.
Miss Jennie E. Lees will teach the
next term at the Park school.
Henrietta Kinner, of Rock Island, is
visiting with Janette Martin.
Mrs. Ruben Lewis and daughter,
Elder, of Cable, are visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lees are the
proud parents of a little daughter. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Spargo, of Sber-
rard, visited with relatives Tuesday-
Joseph and Thomas . Woolley, of
Cable, attended tbe exercises here
Tuesday. . . . ,
Joseph Bardsley and son Joseph, of
Sherrard, spent Tuesday with friends
and relatives. . . A
A memorial service was held Sun
dav in the Presbvterian church. The
church was . nicely decorated . with
Miss Lizzie Moore, who has been
Btudtinsr music in Chicago, and who
has been very ill from appendicitis, is
now at home near Sunny Hill.
John Mills, of Sherrard, and - Miss
Carrie Scott, of Cable, and John
Groom and Miss Annie Mills, of Sher
rard, spent Tuesday with Misses Lina
andNellie Lees. v. ci-
Graduating exercises, will be held in
the opera house Friday evening, June
2. Six are to srraduate: Misses Nel
lie, Lina and Jennie Lees, and Janett
Martin, and two boys, Louis J. Staf
f nrH nnrl fjftrtr Ellis.
Memorial exercises were held at Ihe
cemetery Tuesday. Rev. Robertson,
of Hamlet, T. J. Murphy and Mr.
Gordon were the speakers. After
marching from the opera 'house the
children sang and spoke appropriate
pieces. There were songs by a quar
tet composed of Miss Kosa lio belts.
Miss Emma Wilde, William Paul and
Rev. Brown. t-
Sherrard, May 31. Milton Green
wood was in Viola Tuesday.
Richard Davis returned home i ri-
day from Oskaloosa, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. ance bherrard were
in Rock Island last Thursday.
Gus Anderson returned Monday
night, after four months' visit in Col
. William Humes, William Bell and
John George Atkinson have moved
their families to Moline.
Mrs. Catharine Amelia, of Cleve
land, is visiting with her son, John
Amelia, and family, for a few days.
Mrs. Oscar Lindstroni and children
left Saturday for Colchester, 111
where they will visit for some weeks
Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson vis
ited with Mrs. Jhompson's parents.
Mr. and Mrs". 1 William ' Parker, 'at
Mrs. Joseph IItit hes and daughter
and Seth Grossland left Wednesday
for liirmingham, Ala., where they
join Air. Hughes and son.
For tbe Sake of' Fan, Mischief la Donee.'
A vast amount of mischief is done
too. because people neglect to keep
their blood pure. Ibe mischief ap
pears in eruptions, dyspepsia, indi
gestion, nervousness, kidney diseases
and other ailments. Ibis mischief,
fortunately, may bo undone by the
faithful use of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
which cures all diseases originating in
or promoted by impure blood.
Hood's Pills cures all liver ills. Non-
eive the ChUdren a Drink
Called Grain-O. It is a delicious,' ap
petizing, nourishing food drink to
take the place of coffee. Sold by all
grocers and liked by all who have
used it because when properly pre
pared it tastes like the finest coffee,
but it is free from all its injurious
properties. Grain-O aids
and strengthens the nerves.
It is not
a stimulant, but a health builder, and
children, as well as adults, can drink
it with great benefit. " Costs abont
one-fourth as much as coffee. 15 and
To cure piles, strike at the root
that's the way. DeWitt's Witch Haz
el Salve strikes at the root it re
moves the cause quickly and perma
nently. Don't squander time and
money trying to remove the effects.
For sale by T. H. Thomas, A. J. Rciss
and M. F. Babnsen. druggists.
Been the -yTh8 IM Yon Haw Alwars BflUgW
room house on Twenty-vecood street.. f?..VO
8-room house on Twenty-second street . . . 2,u0
7- room houM on Twenty-second street,
nearly new - , 8.V50
9 room notice, brick, on First avenue S.6ue
ft-roora bouse on Twenty-drst street, fur
nace, modern S 500
8- room bouse TO Seventeenth stret. new 3.tiu0
11-room bouse on Fiftb-and-a-half street. .4U0
7-room hooae on orty-iiri street, two
I Ui..a 2.000
7-room hou-e nl 1 lot on Nin h street.. S.HS0
7-room bouse on Twelfth atre-t 2.100
7-room bu on rorty-third street 1.500
T-roum nooHe on Thirteenth avenue
7-ro jm bouse on Thirteenth avenue
room house on Thirty-seventh tireet..
f-re bouse on Forty-tbird street
A room boose on Thfrty-eixhtb street
4 room bouse on Ninth avenue..
h-r om bouae on Ninth street.... .-
Two C-ruom houses on Ninth s'reet.eacb. 1.0O
IMroom house on Thirteenth avenue. 2.50A
Two good business loth on Fourth avenue
Several flea lots in Black Hawk. Stnrreon.
Scanell and south Park additions on reasons-'
bl terms. . I
Mu-h of the property that we have can be
fcoueht on monthly isstaiiments at a low rate
of interest, tau or write.
HULL & CO.,
Mitchell & Lynde Bai'ding, Room 21.
ANTED TWO GIRLS AT TH GEM
Jauuil-y. Apply at once.
fTTANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
f and board at 2 ourth avenue. -
TTTANTED GOOD GIRL POK GENERAL
If housework ut 3- Sixteenth street.
TTTANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
If housework at 2327 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
v f housework cail at 701 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED AN EXPERIENCED COOK
V Apply to Mrs. T. A. Murphy, 557 Elm
street . , . .
tTTArlTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
r v housework. Apply at sue tijftueemn
TXTANTED TWO GOOD CANVASSERS
T tse 1 insiu-'lment goods, Ji Twentieth
strtfet. Kock Island, 111.
TTTANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
M private lessons in dancing- can no so uj
enquiring at gnu fuih avenue. Jones.
TTTANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
IV housework. Small family. :i a ween
Apply at 1315 Perry street, Davenport.
TTTANTED LAUNDRY GIRL. PASTRY
1 1 Kirl and waitresses, at Bluck Hawk lut.
Watch Tower. Apply at Harper bouse.
TTTANTED GOOD. RELIABLE OIL SALES
I V mun, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. Fit) Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween a ana o p. m.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to tbe business to make It
prontable. Address "E M.." A kg us.
TTTANTED SITUATION BY HOUSE-
1 1 keeper. Excellent economist and man
after; trained in care of children. Good seam-
tress. Good home. Address giving full par
ticulars, a no, care oi Autius.
TTTANTED PUPILS IN FREEHAND AND
1 1 mechanical drawing. fen and Ink,
china painting and new method of water col
ors. Children 8 class Saturday afternoons,
with first lesson and material free. Class in
tbe evening. Lessons M cents. Miss Piatt,
tudio ooo tagnteentn street.
WA NTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
Island to take orders for the celebrated
Singer sewing machine. A No. 1 contract
given to right parties. Call on or address the
Singer Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
street, jjavenport, low a.
TTTANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
II monds. watches, iewelrv. hardware
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc Hinuest cash prices
paiu ror second nanu gooas or un Kinas also.
The above foods for sale at balf iba usual
store onees. ai nusiness transaction strictly
connuentil. wis new number ani location.
H Second avenue. Don't forget iu J. V
JonSK. Two rings on 13-17.
I OR KENf-IURNISHED ROOMS AT 723
TTIOR RENT DOUBLE STORE BUILDING
at ii---i3iY aecona avenue, inquire or
T7!OR RENT STABLE FORTWO ORTHRER
jl' corses: all conveniences, itaquire lutt.
IIIOU RENT BEST FURNISHED, LARGE
- airy rooms, finest location in the city
r-.K :econu avenue.
C"OR RENT FLAT. AT 1704 THIRD AVE-
a nue. Also f-o store r joins for rent. 170
and 17C4 Third avenue.
CTOR RENT NEW LODGE ROOM, WHAT
-- was 'ormerly tbe Standard club rooms.
Has been fitted up with new and complete
lodge room furniture and fixtures, and Is
open and ready for inspection. CbeaD rent:
icwo Beat. .Appiy oi areii & matn.
tOIt SALE NEW HOUSE NO II12TWEN
ty-tirst street. - Apply at licidy Bros. '
TTIOR SALE A LOT LOCATED IN THE
best block on 1 hlrd avenue. Annlv of
lTOB SALE-TWO NICE IIOMESON THIRD
avenue, one turn, tne otner i.iou: navinir
psiu tor. inquire at 11 lo -intra avenue.
trOR SALE TWO-STORY BRICK RESI
t denoe with modern ImDrovements. In
quire at tsst seventeenth street. Terms lib
CXR SALE NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE. SEW
- er, waterworks, well, cistern and irood
barn at 2hox ive-and-a naif aven e. Apply on
A? All kinds of fruit: rood bnildlnirs: rm.
T7IOK SALE V TNE-AC RK VPI'rT Vieu
town, a nargam ror some one ir taken soon.
Gordon & Bowman.
TTIOR SALE LOT ON SOUTHEAST COR
AJ ner Ninth avenue and Twentv-seoond
street; terms to suit ouyer. Address T, J,
iiaipin, auv nam street, tot. Lrfjuis, mo. -
EVJR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRB
a- rarrn near town. Lota of f wilt. To b
old cheap to settle an estate. Here Is a bar-
rain eneap lor easb. no trade. Gordon
TTIOR SALE C3AL IN ANY QUANTITY
X of 6o bushels or over at t! 50 i.er ion. d.
jiverea u. j. u. to any part or the city. Leave
orders at Commercial boase barbershop, Kock
ClOR SALE CHEAP LOTS TS M'MAS
AJ ter's addition, old baseball grounds. These
lota will be sold from t-KXl upward; am all
amount oown, oaiance on long time at 6 per
eenk Reldy Bros., room 4, Mitchell Lynda
ClOR BALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
A- with about SO different slides. sultaMa for
SUnc legal blanks or any description of papers
u ui lunn to m sept in snape iot writing.
A OMnprehenslve Index eonnected. Just aba
thing for anv office with eon tracts, eta.. a
dio. Aaarwaa a. si. u.. eare oi 1HI A86CL
TTHJUND A POINTER PUP. OWNER CAN
A- Sate same bv cullinir at R. L A V. round.
SALESMEN WANTED FOR A GOOD LINE
. ol dry .goods- on commission. Country
trade. Address Manufacturer, Ionic stree.
LOST ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
between Eight-and-a-half and Ninth ave
nues, a pair of gold spectacles. Finder will
please return to Thk Abgcs office.
ONET TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT-
gage loans by Wft Eastman. 1712 See.
ond avenue, without publicity or remortL He
iso makes collections hard ones a specialty.
SALESMEN (CALLING ON ANY LINE
of trade, city or country) we have best
ide line ever offered: over ISO different styles
of tbe handsomest calendar! ever put on the
market; most liberal eonunltsions offered (30
percent. Agents can easily make HO to BluO
weekly. Guaranteed the best line to be found
anywhere Give teferenee. Tb American
Novelty company, BU9 and Wl llroadwav, Cin
2 IB 2 1 i 1 2 3
Are always selling the. best goods at the lowest prices, simply because
they thoroughly understand how to buy and are always giving their cus
tomers the benefit. We wish to call special attention to our line of cor
f ees. Having completed a contract for several thousand pounds of differ
ent grades, each grade to be roasted especially for us ' and shipped as we
need them, you get a freshly roasted coffee Unsurpassed In quality at
bottom prices. Note the following quotations:
Onr Golden Rio at ....... .
OnrN. &L. Santos Peaberry
Our N. & L. Imperial
Onr N. & L. Java
Oar N. & L. Java & Moeha
Let us also ' a note . you
Schepp's shrouded cocoa
nut, per pound
Mixed nuts, 3 pounds
Buttermilk soap, per bar. .
Enameline stove polish . . .
Rising; Snn stove polish..
Heinz's sour pickles, per
CASH GROCERS, 329
Don't Pay Rent!
With a Reasonable Cash Payment You Can Buy
a House on
Examine the Following
Advanced July .
817 and 819 Fourth avenue Lot G4xl20, paved,
live rooms." $2,000.
Eleventh street and Seventh avenue Lot 80.1"0
and barn. $2,300.
1018 Fifth avenue Lot 35x150. Six rooms. '.)"0.
2939 Thirteenth avenue Lot 100x135. Nine rooms and two
509 Ninth street Lot 40x120. Six rooms and barn. 1,000.
505 Ninth street Lot 40x120. Six rooms. $1,000.
431 Forty-fourth street Lot '30x150. Five rooms. $S50.
3132 Ninth avenue Lot 25x150. Four rooms. $800.
1313 Forty-second street Lot.6Qxll3. Five rooms. $1,100.
1311 Thirty-sixth street LoTGOxllS. Five rooms. $1,050.
1325 Thirty-sixth street 60x115. Four rooms. $1,200
t 922 Eighth avenue Lot 30x150. Four rooms and barn. $'J00.
1242 Thirty-seventh street Lot 120x115. Five rooms and'
1303 Thirtieth street Lot 15x110. Five rooms. $1,150 ond
paving. . . ' t " w
Investors can make from 8 lo 10 per cent out of rents, while the proper
ty increases in value. Lots of all kinds, improved and unimproved for sale
at lowest prices.
4- The Best $3.50 Tans in
SPRING WALL PAPERS.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
new wall papers surpasses anything they have "
ever shown before. A finer line at lower prices
than ever before. Be sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
ROck Island Savings Bank,
Rook Island,' EI.
incorporated Under tbe
MOJTET LOAJTED 05 FSS0If AL COLLATES 4L OS REAL ESTATE 8ICTJBITZ
it sC Baford. proddsot :
Jobn Cnibuh, ve f "resident.
P. Greeuawiut, Cashier.
Bee an basing Jul s, in, aad ooeupy tbe
. . S. K. corner oC Mitciieil Lyads
. aw buadlac- -
Z Z 1 1 i U
S pounds of jelly. 9c
Honey Drip syrup, : per
Sorghum, per gallon 35o
Good rice and raisins, per
Canned peas, 5c, 7Jc and
3 for 25c
Fancy patent flour, per
Gardon seeds in bulk.
Twentieth St. 'Phone 1090.
Prices Will be
Six rooms and
MITCHELL it LYNDE BUILDING.
in the City.
310-314 Twentieth Street.
roar Per Cent Paid on
H. 8. Cable, Wn. 4vfmeitm
- Jobs Crsbaugh, Itill Mitcim I,
H.P. Hull. f Simon.
E. W. Hurst, i M. Muford
' John Vol.
Solicitor. Jackana Hon.