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THE AB9US. TIIUIISDAX, JUTTS 27, 1899.
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TERMS Dally, 10 eenta per week. WssJdy,
tun per annum; In advance tl.sa -
An oommunleatlons of political or arrmnen
litrraenaraeter. political or reltctooa, moat
bavs real name attached for publication. - No
Jen article wai be printed over ncUWoos H
.atore Coiresponden.ee solicited' from every town
ship la Book Island county.
Thcrsday, Jclt 27.
Yes, there will bare to be a deter
rained Root into the war department
before things are thoroughly cleaned
Chauncey M. Dei-ew was smitten
with the delights of the automobile in
London, and will keep one in Wash
Gen. Wheklek wears as cuff but
tons two buttons that were shot off
bis uniform during the war of the
JosEni JzrvEHnos studied medicine
early in life and was intended for a
physician. lie attributes his good
health to strictly keeping the rules
which be laid down for himself while
an enthusiastic medical student.
President Krlgeic, like other men,
has bis weakness. It. is for green
carpet slippers, which he dons the
minute he crosses his own threshold.
In regard to laundry expenses he is
said to be extremely economical.
The iuincy Herald offers to bet the
cigars that notwithstanding the presi
dent's boasts that Otis is all right,
the Philippine general will be super
seded before the end of August. And
we think the bet will go without any
Kx-Gov. llo;:, of Texas, is a won
derful story-teller, but either from
carelessness or design makes many
grammatical errors in his conversa
tion. He wears a 22-inch collar,
sports a wide-open shirt-front and a
Senator W. A. Clank said in an
interview last week that he owed his
success in life entirely to his early ex
periences on his father's farm in
Pennsylvania. "I learned that hard
work,' he said, "was necessary if a
man wanted to lire. The trouble
with most people is that tuey do not
The transport Indiana, which ar
rired at San Francisco this week,
brought a large nuuibsr of soldiers
returning home because of discharge
or disability. Most of them are regu
lars, and their condemnation of Gen.
Otis as a commander was unanimous
and no less vehement than the criti
cisms of the volunteers. Many of the
men expressed themselves freely.
Sergeant Wheeler, Troop C, 4th cav
alry, said: "The campeign has made
but little progress. Moore troops are
needed to garrison and bold captured
territory. Otis has lost standing with
bis officers and men. He should give
way to an older general if the war is
to be brought to a successful close in
the near future. He is certainly not
the right man for the place." Joseph
S. Walthall. 23d United States in
fantry: "I was with Gen. Lawton on
the tiring line one day when we had
about 1,500 Filipinos hemmed in and
at our mercy. Gen. Lawten was just
about to give orders to charge, when
an orderly 'rode up with a dispatch
for him. Gen. Lawton 'read it and
then said to one of his staff: 'Otis
orders us to retreat to Manila. This
is the third time be did so when I had
the googoos caught.. What's the use
of doing anything when you have
such a man over jou?' Gen. Lawton
liit the nail on the head. Otis is
afraid' "some. Ling will be done. He
must bo relieved before we can beat
the Filipinos." Luther Davidson
14th United States infantry: "We
are making no headway in the Philip
pines, ' and I think the condition of
affairs is due to Otis' incompetency.
We need a great many more men to
garrison the towns we capture.'
.These are but a few of many frank
expressions on the part of the re
The Chicago Tiroes-Herald, which
"took to the woods" when Tanner
was nominated for governor, says
u preparsa noaor ui lliui in
World iceueudlBCTierttttyw' I 1
Jonry rnota- VI tk 1 red)
i nam awk akmt,-
31 KISHEST AUZHCS.
13 Branch Hausti Ova GUuvocla.
I iMnl ttr-.d Xmmmmid y s-
I MinrBOB RTOJUCBifj let for
that it will stay at home and tight this
time if the republicans renominate
him; it says, too, that he will be de
feated, no matter whom our people
place in the field. The Times-Herald
is the McKinley organ of the middle
west, ana ibis declaration mir as
well be understood as emanating from
the McKinley side of the house; Sena
tor Cullom and the postoffice people
generally will be lined up against Tan
ner, and, while bis machine may be
able to withstand the storm, of the
state convention, they cannot possibly
live in the political cyclone which is
to follow. All the indications, says
the Alton Sentinel, are for
democratic victory in Illinois next
year. William J. Bryan for presi
dent, William K. Morrison for senator,
Carter Harrison for governor and Nick
Femn for lieutenant governor will
arouse the slumbering sentiment of
the state and administer to this ad
ministration Buch a rebuke as is sel
dom recorded. Never in the history
of America has a more important con
met been waged than that which is
now confronting us; the war of our
forefathers, waged for our independ
ence, can alone be compared with
it. The defeat of the democratic
party now means the triumph of the
trusts and monopolies and the death
of popular government; the dawnyig
century will witness either a restora
tion of democratic rule in the cm tea
States or the bloody upheaval which
invariably follows years of unjustifia
ble oppression of the industrial ele
ment or "the man with the hoe. '
I.azhlrr u a Cure For Worry.
"Nearly every woman Is a miser of
Jollity. Men are willing to catch pleas
ure as it flies, but women must have
everything just so before they can
abandon themselves to enjoyment, and
then they arc usually too tired to take
it," said a lecturer to an audience of
women. "It's a disease, but fortunate
ly not incurable. Women say it is easy
to talk thin way, but that one can't
be laughing when one Is hurried and
worried. All I can say Is that you
might be cs hurried, but you wouldn't
be as worried If you did laugh. I hap
pened onco to speak of my husband to
a little girl, and she said:
" 'Why, I didn't think you were mar
" 'Why? I asked.
" 'Oh, cause'
'Cause why? i
'Cause you laugh so much.
"Wasu't that a commentary on mat
rlmony?" Chicago Times-Herald.
ContaoMoa Through Handkerchiefs
Western medical authorities are cru
sading against the use of the handker
chief. While they suggest no substi
tute, they nrgje that the handkerchief
must go, because it breeds disease.
Dr. M. I. Foshey, editor of the Cleve
land Journal of Medicine, says: "Colds
In the head and sore throats make the
rounds of whole families. The hand
kerchief as usually employed is far
from being an aseptic device as it
could well be. Used repeatedly and
thrown in a moist condition into the
same pocket, the germs must remain
there from day to day, reinfecting each
fresh handkerchief and carrying conta
glon to the mucous membrane."
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
t. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the c'tv of Toledo, countv and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of one hundred dollars for
each and every case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Frank J. Chexev. .
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De
cember, A. D. 1886.
. A. W. G LEA SON.
$ Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
naljy and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
Sold bv druggists, 75 cents.
Shake Into Tour Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet, and instantly takes
the stin;out of corns and bunions. It's
the greatest comfort discovery of the
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
or new shoes easv. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot.
tired, aching feet. Try it to'day. Sold
by all druggist and shoe stores. Hy
mail for 25 cents in stamps. Trial
package free. Address Allen S. Olm
sted. LoUoy, N. x.
An Epidemic of Diarrhoea.
A. Sanders, writing from Cocoanut
Grove, Fla., says there has been quite
an epidemic of diarrhoea there. He
bad a severe attack and was cured bv
four doses of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy. He
says he also recommended it to others
and thty say it is the best medicine
they ever used, tor sale by all druggists-
"Should I, s pioneer, guarantee
that the disease now undermining
your health can be cured, without ex
pense vou would have it done. There
is a dollar draft in every box of Mull's
Pioneer Cure. Have it'eashed if after
its use you are no better. It cures
everv disease of the liver, stomach
and kidneys. It will not cure cancer
or consumption. 25 cents and f 1 at
T. II. Thro mas', druggist."
A Little Kaowa Fact
That most serious diseases originate
in disorder of the kidneys. No hope
of good health while the kidneys are
wrong. Foley's Kidney cure is guar
anteed to make the kidneys right.
Subscribe for Ths Aaqus. -
A FEW WILL CONVINCE.
Can Be Sure You Are on the Right
A reefing of Security That Any Person
Caa Be Very Thankful to Hare.
There is a feeling of security in us
ing Morrow's Kid-ne-oids. A few
doses will convince you that you are
on the right track. They act quickly
and pleasantly; they are not bad at
all to take ana are conveniently put
up in' wooden boxes so that you can
carry them in your pocket and use
them while at work. You do not have
to stop work while using Kid-ne-oids.
They have done a great deal of good
for a vast number of people here in
Rock Island. We have given you the
names and addresses of these people
from time to time, and again refer you
to George Downing. 909 Seventh ave
nue, who has lived in Rock Island for
forty years, and says:
"Two years ago I had a fall and
struck my back on a step, injuring it
badly. I thought I had cured it en
tirely and for several months I felt all
right, but about a year ago it began
to bother me considerably. At first I
paid no attention to it, but it became
so bad I could scarcely get about. The
lameness was across the small of my
back in the region of the kidneys; I
took medicine and used ointments of
different kinds externally and also
plasters, but none cf them did me
any good whatever. I heard about
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids and thought I
would give them a trial, although I
bad little faith in patent medicine. I
got a box at Bahnsen's drug store and
began to use them as directed. I be
gan to get better in a day or so after
taking Kid-ne-oids. and lean say they
are the only things I ever tried that
gave me any relief. I am convinced
that my kidneys were affected, and
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are certainly the
thing that will cure kidney trouble."
Kid-ne-oids for sale at 50 cents a
box at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. A
descriptive booklet mailed upon re
quest by John Morrow & Co., Chem
ists, Springfield, Ohio.
Mrs. Mild You soem to differ from
the usual Idea about coddling a man
to win his consent. According to your
theory, scolding Is the best medium
for winning satisfactory results.
Mrs. Wild That, my dear. Is in ac
cord with one of the laws of nature.
Everything has got to be blown up
before it will come down. Richmond
From a Tough Bird.
"The pillows in this boarding bouse
are the hardest I even struck." com-,
plained the new boarder at the break
fast table. "1 wonder what they are
Terhaps," paid - the star boarder,
"of feathers from a tailor's goose."
Detroit Free Press.
o Wonder It Pained.
A tender hearted old woman noticed
a borHO with a broad rubber band
stretched around Its leg Just above ths
bcof. She asked the waiting driver of
the cab wby it was there and suggest
ed that it was more than cruel to place
it on the animal.
"Yes, mum," replied the cabby, "it's
painful to the horse, no doubt, but that
is not the worst of it. It's the getting
of It on that pains the poor thing. Why,
we had to stretch the band and pull it
over the horse's head and down all bis
body to get it on."
"For the land's sake alive!" exclaim'
ed the woman and walked away hor
rified. Chicago Inter Ocean.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of
Annie L. .springer, of 1125 Howard
street, Philadelphia, Pa., when she
found that Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption bad completely cured
her of a hacking cough that for many
years bad made life a burden. All
other remedies and doctors could give
her no help, but she says of this royal
cure: "It soon removed the pain in
mv chest and lean now sleep souudlv.
something I can scarcely remember
doing before. 1 feel like sounding its
praises throughout the- universe. 7 bo
will everv one who tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
throat, chest or lungs. Price 50 cents
and $ 1. Trial bottles iree at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store; every bottle
I It Right for an Kditor to Recommend
From Sylvan Valley News, Brevard, N. C.
It may be a question whether the
editor of a newspaper bas the right to
publicly recommend any of the vari
ous proprietary medicines which
Hood the market, yet as a preventive
of suffering we feel it a duty to say a
good word for Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. We
have known and used this medicine
in our family lor O. years and nave
always found it reliable. In many
cases a dose of this remedy would
save hours of suffering while a physi
cian is awaited. We do not believe in
depending implicity on any medicine
for a cure, but we do believe that if a
bottle of Chamberlain's Diarrhoea
Remedy were kept on hand and ad
ministered at the inception of an at
tack much suffering might be
avoided and in very many cases the
presence of a physician would not be
required. At least this bas been our
experience during the past 20 years.
For sale by all druggists.
For sores, ulcers, burns, galls, piles.
nothing so good as Banner Salve, the
most healing medicine in the world.
TH lei Yea Haw kin Bsgi
TIS" 'USELESS TO REGRET.
There's many a, plan that comes to
There's many a Hs'bt grone out.
And disappointments. Tieis and cares
. Have hedged us round about.
And many a sad mistake we've made
' Throughout our lives, and yet'
We've done the very best we could,
'Tls useless to regret-
Kor out of evil good has come.
And out of darkness Hsrht.
And all wrongdoings in this world
Some day will be set rlsht.
And though we have not reached the
Attained by others, yet
We've done the best we could, my dear;
'Tls useless to regret.
We've tried to live like honest folks.
To do our duty well.
'Gainst evil things to take our stand.
In goodness to excel.
So Judge yourself not harshly, dear.
Nor at misfortune fret.
We've done the best wo could, and so
'Tls useless to regret.
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match
less merit for sick and nervous head
aches. They make pure blood and
strong nerves and build up your
health. Easv to take. Try them.
Only 25 cents. Money back if not
cured, bold by Hartz is Lllenieyer,
Arnold's uroino Celery, cares head
aches; 10, 25 and 50 cents. Reiss'
When yoo're through getting partial re
lief from headaches or neuralgia by tbense
of uncertain remedies, try a cure that a
thorough one that's guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Furthermore, the
only remedy guaranteed to contain no
opium, morphine, autipyrioe, or other
harmful substances. Just a speedy,
wholesome, unfailing cure.
Cure headathe and neuralgia, nothing eke,
ln. 1 . i n Oft minnloc. T vni (TCI t a
P the world over guarantee them. O
"They fit the feet as nature
Time, the crucial test,
"Jenness Miller Shoe
to be the best fitting, the
best wearing, and the most
satisfactory shoe yet de
vised for women's wear.
Thousands of women arc
now enjoying perfect free
dom from foot troubles for
the first time in their lives.
They appreciate the at
vantage of always being
able to secure a perfect-tit-ting
shoe, a shoe that does
not vary in shape.
"Jenness Miller" Shoes
are not always of the high
est standard of quality.
They are stylish and grace
ful as well as comfortable.
We are sole agents.
Price $3 50.
Extra quality ?5.
IT:: Second avenue.
P1 m m fannr. WiUtaaV Indian Pfle
f E H L ZOimmetit wil Xre Blind
I Mf B FwHleeling ant. Ilchin5
Km i J a laMks. litKr the tur.
m T B aiiays the itching at once, acts
I I ESOtiS a poultice, gives Instant re
I 1, lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint-
ment it prepared for Piienand Itch
J log of the private parts. Every boa is
warranted. By dratrgita. by nil 01.
efpt of pnrf. M eenta and SI.oo. . "LSI
SU1IUFACTUR1IG CO.. ifopa.. Cleveland, OtZ.
ftoU by U f. Baabaea OragciaM
WANTED A COMPETENT COOK AT
1010 Second avenue.
WANTED HOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
I V and board at Fourth avenue.
ANTED-A GOOD OIKI, IN SMALL
turn lj. J PHI y at S5?0 Scveata u-enue.
WANTED A GIRL. FOR GENERAL
housework Call at 701 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A GIRL, FOR GENERAL
housework. Inqui e ISitf Fifth avenue.
WANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private lessons la dancing can do so by
enquiring at 2710 Fifth avenue. Jones.
WA NTED GOOD. R ELI A BLE OIL S A L.ES
man. on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED TWO StEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for P. ick Islaad. Permanent
positions. M MitcheU & Lynde building, be
tween 5 and 6 p.m.
WANTED CHRISTIAN MAN OR WOM
an to Qualify for permanent ottlce. worir.
Salary foi. F.nclose self addressed, stamped
envelope to Director, care AKUC9.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make it
profitable. Address "E M.." A Hues.
TTANTED A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR
T general housework. Easy work; small
ramily of four: no washing, good pay. Call
afternoon or evening, 18j7 Second avenue.
WANTED ANY HONEST, CAPABLE,
indust io s man over 25 can obtain per
manent, proiitable and progressive employ
ment by seLdit'g name and address to P. O.
WANTED SITUATION BY EXPER
ienced cook, also experienced in sec
ond worn, either sltuaion Is delred.
fan furnish good references. Address 'rJ,
lot'," A kg us.
WANTED ' SITUATION BY HOUSR
keeper. Excellent economist and man
ager: trained in care of children. Good seam
truss. Good home. Address giving full par
ticulars, A 86, care of A KG us.
WANTED 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, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED DISTRICT MANAGERS AND
local agents, American Um'on Life In
surance company. Attrativ policies, liberal
commissiors. renewal contract, for trm-i
address Charles S. Clark, general manager,
1614 Ashland block, Chicago.
WANTED SEPT. I. EXPERIENCED
salesmen and salesladies for our new Ie-
partment store in Davenport. State salary
ard irnguagn spoiten ana inclose reference,
Add 'ess at once. H. A. t On re & (Jo , care
Kimball House, Davenport, lowa. ,
TTTANTED PUPILS IN FREEHAND AND
T T mechanical drawing. - Fen and . Ink,
china painting and new method of water col
ors, ouiiarens class saiuroay aiternoons.
with first lesson and material free. Class in
the evening. Lessons 50 cents. Miss Plait,
studio ovK) Fugnteentn street.
W; ANTED T LOAN MONEY ON DIA-
v monds. watches, jewelry, hardware.
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc Highest cash prices
pa:a inr second nana gonas or an kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half thn usual
store orices. All business transaction strictly
contldenti !. His new number and location.
J ones, -x wo rings on 1347.
XT ANTED TO TEACH THE SCIENCE
of masneuc bealinir Her course of in
struct ions are so thorougo and comprehensive
tit her students thoroughly urdestand how
t cure all diseases and to banish disease from
their own bouins They arm als? capable of
teaching others the irre'at science of healing.
Why battle with poverty when there U a (or-
iujjc in store i r your tome anu re neaieu
ana taugnt now to beul. write or call on Mrs.
N. Atz, nor Second avenue, Koek Island, 111
FOR SALE A LARGE COVERED HACK
uud C-borse express wagon cheap for
ca.su. r.a imn, in;;, secona avenue.
FOR SALE TWO-STORY BRICK RESI
denee with modern improvements. In
quire at w beventcntn street. Terms Ilb-
UIOK SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
A. All kinds of fruit: good buildings: near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon.
Gordon & Uowman.
T7IOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRE
t- farm Dear town, iots of fnuit. To be
oid cheap to settle an estate. Here Is a bar
gain cheap for c&aa. No trade. Gordon
TTOR SALE COAL IN ANY OUAN7.v
X? of 50 bushels or over at ti SO per ton, del
ivered C. (. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commercial bouse barbershop, Kock
island, or .nos james, Muan.
FOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
wiin about AO different slides, suitable for
at rig legal blanks or any description of papers
a Uat form to be kept In shape for writing.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just the
thing for any office with oontrsota. etc. to
31b. Address H. E. C. eare of Ta A Runs.
OR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVEB DAVID
Dons store, low Second avenue.
FOR RENT A MODERN HOUSE ON SEV
enteentb street. Inquire of Hull & Co.
FOR RENT-LARGE DOWN STAIR3
front room, first bose back of the Union
OR RENT DOUBLE STORE BUILDING
at 1515-1517 Second avenue. Inquire of
FOR RENT LARi;E. AIRY. WELL FUR
nLshed rooms: gas, bain and steam beat.
!i."9 Second avenue.
IjlOR KENT A TWO-STORY BRICK
' bouse, modern improvements. Inquire at
6.(7 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
ble for gentleman. South front and cen
tral location. Apply 1319 second avenue.
FOR RENT DINING ROOM AND SUITA
Me rooms for business. To one compe
tent to serve nrst-clam table boa'd. House of
20 rooms: all occupied. Fine location. Terms,
board of four adult. V3t Second avenue.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payers of the state are main
taining a fund by popular subscription from
which la olered a
Reward of $200
By the undersigned aaaoefaUoa for the arrest
and conviction of any incendiary in any of tea
PROPERTY OWNERS FIRE ASSOCIATION
tioek Island. ML
Subscribe for Thi Ajmjls.
The Choicest Vegetables.
CASH GROCERS, 2223
Up-to-Date 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. HI.
Incorporated Under the
MINETLOAITEBON PIS30NAL GO
J. M. Buford, president, ,
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Ureenawalt, Cashier.
Began business July 2, ISM, and occupy ths
S. E. corner of Mitchell A Lynda's
JOHN M. PARIDOBT.
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
TTIOUND JULY 20. GOLD PIN WITH INI-
J- tiuls. inquire iwj 1 n.ro avenue
TjTOUND A POINTER PUP. OWNER CAN
jl nave same uy cuiuog HubLK x . rvuuu
TOST A PURSE MARKED "LOUISE M.
J Cane." Kinder plea.se leave ai, Thomas'
tlrug store and receive reward.
LOST A PAIR . OF RIMLESS GOLD
sprinsr nose glasses. Under will be re
warded by returnlne same to The Aug us
X OST PENSION PAPERS, BETWEEN
XJ Tenth and Twenty-tbird streets. July 4. A
suitable riward wi 1 b paid for return to
A bo Os office.
TOST 'N WOODMEN'S DAY, A LEATII
i rr wallet, containing a sum of money and
miscellaneous papers. Ketura to A B3U8 office
and receive liuerul rewaru.
T OST A DROWN MELT SATCHEL CON
XJ lamina 47. (ft between Tremann's butcher
1 hop at.d Krell & Math's. Finderpleaie return
to this offlce axu receive re war a. .
I OST ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
i between Eigbt-and-a-bulf and Ninth are.
nues, a pair of Kold spectacles, i'ludur will
please return to Ths Akuus office.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
eage loans by V. H. Eastman. 1713 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty
First-class Roadbed. Vestibuled
Trains. Chair Cars, Seats Free.
Dining Cars, Cafe Plan. Com
partment and Standard Sleepers.
Hot Springs, S. D. Yellow Stone
Nebraska, National Park,
Traversing the Great Corn Belt.
Gas to cool and
brighten the trip
of the traveler.
Steamship tickets on sale to
and from European and Con
tinental points via various
D. Mack, Phone M. J, Youwa
D. P. A. 1131 & i 180. Agent.
As well as f raits that are pick
ed at the proper time, and can
ned absolutely fresh by the
most reliable packers, is thn
only kind you will lind at our
We Handle the Choicest
Teas and Coffees
and our prices
are always at
Yours for good
Fourth ave. 'Phone 1090.
1310-314 Twentieth Street.
Four Per Cent Paid on
LATERAL OS EEJL E3TA1E SEQUEIl!
H. S. Cable, Win. Wllmertoa
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
H. P. Hull. L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, 1 M. Bulord
Solicitors Jackson Hurst.
HKHBT A. FAKIDOM
5 Per Cent Money
Properties released from banks and
building associations and loans (.'ranted
for a period of a. ft or 7 years, or if pref
erable loan can be redeemed by yearly
or half yearly Installments of principal
and Interest. In the latter case. Inter
est to be computed and cbanied on
bwlaooe actually owing at end of
each year. Money to belp you buy a
borne, build a home, payoff a mortgage,
pay back interest, or taxes, lift liens,
stop foreclosures, or effect necessary
Improvement. Money to loan on
life Insurance policies, legacies, inher
itances, undivided interests in estates,
real estate la probate, leaseholds and
annuities. Money to linunce meritori
ous Inventions, or to pi e patents on
the English and American markets. If
rMtlrins; money on any clans of se
curity, write to or call ou
195 La Salle St.,
Michigan and Jackson Boulevards
$2.00 per day and
75c per day and
Special Rates by the week on ap
plication. First-class io every way
CHAS. W. DABB, Proprietor.
John Volk & Co.,
'Builders : : :
ALSO M AWrACTCBEKS OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and llara v 00a loot
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
UUtSS, .rousneci nate, ixsTmoix
Plate and Art Glass.
,5ST,ft Rock Island.