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TELE AH6HJS. FRIDAY, SEaTEMBEE S, 1899.
Published Dally and Weekly at 1C1 Second
Arenu. Hoclc Island. 111. Fntered at the
Postofflce as Second-class matter
IX THE NAME OK .J. W. POTTER.
TERMS DaFy, 10 cettfc per week. Weekly,
12.00 per annum: In advance (1.50.
All communication of political or arpaneo
tative character. political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
sueh article will be printed over flctltlous s-'c-
Correspondence solicited from every town
hip In ICcl Island county.
FlCIDAT, SF.ntMBKE, fc.
Sir Thomas Luton, owner cf the
Shamrock, which will contest for
the American cup. was once in busi
ne.M in Ouiaha. where he failed to
make a success.
D.virli. Hn.r.. while on a short
visit to New York recently, declared
that he was not considering politic1),
and that he is allowing nothing to
distract his attention from his law
Attdknev General Akin has ren
dered :in opinion that the coroccr of a
county has power to arrest violators
of the law the same as any other oCi
cer of the county. The opinion was
rendered upon a request from Madison
county where the coroner had been
atiked to close the gambling houses at
Dk. I'okisson, of Warsaw, planted
about three acres in the bottom lands
Mouth of that place in rice this season
and the yield has exceeded his most
anguine expectations. The rice is of
the finest rjuality. The grains are
largo, white and perfect, lie is sub
mining samples to experts and they
agree that it can be successfully grown
in that section.
Thomas K. Kookv, of Chicago, has
t een elected chief of the Winnebago
Indians, taking the name of While
Buffalo, as successor of ISIack lliwk,
who recently died. He will shortly
move to JMack Kiver Falls. Wis., ami
assume the duties of chief of the
tribe. Mr. Koddy was born of Irish
parents in Peoria some 4i years ago,
and when a child moved It Wisconsin,
where lie grew up with members of
the tribe over whom he has beeu se
lected to rule. He became their
agent and tt well has ho. performed
his duties tffat till' the death of IShtck
llnwlr ri wna rlnrtl r It t f unrl itn.
mediately accepted the position.
(iKillli.K GiUIlN Dewey is the
iiame of the son of the famous ad
miral. He is in the employ of a large
dry goods commission house of New
York City, anil is said to be quite suc
cessful as a business man. At the
time his father won the victory in
Manila Bay thj yojung man was in
New York City. His associates pro
posed to fete him and make much ado
because he was the sou oi his father.
Then the Dewey spirit came to the
front, for young George rose up and
paid that any honors of that sort
bhould go to his father and not to
him. He declared that he was only
a quiet American citizen, that his
father had done no more than his
duty, nnd that if celebrations were to
i i . .,. , i r i.
uv in uruiT tucv siiuum ne lor me t il-
tory itself and not for the memlKTs of
the Dewey family. Mr. Dewey has
declined to Ix: interviewed or made
famous by the newspapers. He has
never discussed his fat her except to
say that he did at Manila what the
family knew he would do. The son
graduated from Princeton iu 106
and immediately engaged in mercan
tile business. He did not care for
the sea, which was pleasing to his
Oorrot Mlctit Kettle It.
There is an arbitration to which
neither Kngland nor the Transvaal
could well object. It is one in which
the youngest sovereign in Kurope and
the oldest both women at that
would be the arbitrators. Jx-t the
ls)crs place their case in, the hands of
Jueen Wilhelinina. of Holland, and
the English theirs in the bands of
(jrieen Victoria. Let both sovereigns
meet in Osborne house, in the Isle of
Wight, a few hours" trip from The
II igue. and in K minutes at the most
the dispute would be settled occe for
Brewed and bot-
11 in S Tennis '
. . "V TOTTLED
Brewing Co. .
FEUD. RODDEWIG'S SONS.
Wholesale De alcrs, Davenport, la
all and war averted. Wilhelmina is
of the kith and kindred of the boers
Victoria is called the mother of her
people. Both are equally patri
otic, and in their hands neither the
cause of the Transvaal nor that of
EDfrland would suffer.
The Official Proceedings of Jast Night's
Citv Council Room, Iiock Island
fcent. 7, 1899. The council met at 8
p. m. pursuant to adjournment. Mayor
McOonechie presiding ana an me
aldermen present except Aster anu
The minutes of the regular meeting
ofAu". 21 and subsequent meetings
were read and approved. 1 he report
of the citv treasurer for the month of
August was read and ordered placed
The clerk read an ordinance for the
assessment and collection of taxes
amounting to $55.2:57.27, and Aid
Wheelan moved that it lxj consid
ered, which was adopted, and the
ordinance then passed by unanimous
The clerk read a communication
from F. If. Kelly and John Looaey,
offering to place Sixteenth and Seven
teenth avenues between Twentieth
and Twenty-second streets, and Tvven
tv-iirt street between Sixteenth and
Eighteenth avenues in passible con
dition at their own expense, out ask
ing that the city furnish one or two
men to load macadam. Referred to
the street and alley committee with
power to act, on motion of Aid. Pender.
A petition of Blake & Murphy for
leave to open a paveu street was
Aid. Concannon offered a resolution
providing for meetings of the finance
committee on council meeting even
Aid. Concannon moved that Twelfth
avenue east of Second street be thrown
open to the public. Referred to the
street and alley committee.
Also that th mayor be directed to
attend the municipal convention at
Syracuse, . l., Sept. i'J, iu his olli
cial capacity. Carried.
Aid. Wheelan moved that the iua or
appoint two alderineu to attend the
convention, the city being entitled to
three representatives. Adopted.
Aid. Freed offered a resolutien
directing that Twenty-second street
between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
avenues be placed in passable condi
tion. Referred to the street and alley
Mr. Olson addressed the council on
the need of some improvement on
Thirty-third street. Referred to the
street and alley committee on motion
of AM Johnson.
Aid. Pender offered a resolution re
questing the Central Union Telephone
company to furnish six instruments
for the use of the city authorities free
of charge. Adopted.
Aid. Pender moved that Twelfth
avenue between Twentieth and Twen
ty-second streets be placed in passable
Aid. Pender moved that the matter
of repaying Twentieth btreet be re
ferred to the street and alley commit
tee to report at the next regular tueet
Aid. 1 .aw head read a proposition of
Davis company to lay water pipes,
etc.' at prices quoted, payment to be
made out of next year's appropria
tions. Referred to the waterworks
committee, on motion of Aid. John,
Aid. Johnson presented a petition
for the extension of water mains on
Eighth avenue bet wees Eleventh and
Twelfth streets. Referred to the
Aid. Johnson presented a bill o
Sarah J. Evans for $:.".. 6 1 and rsoved
its reference to the mayor and tinance
and health committees. Carried.
Aid. Ixtwhead presented a petition
for the extension of a water main from
Thirty-eighth street to connect with
a main on rortv-iourtn street lam
when the street was paved. Referred
back to the waterworks committee to
Adjourned on motion of Aid
Beck. II. C. S hakkei:,
A Tbouinnil Tunfan
Could not express the rapture of
A u n le J-.. Springer, or ll'. Howard
street. Philadelphia. Pa., when she
tound that Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption had completely cured
her of a hacking coujh that for manv
years had 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
m v chest and I can now sleep soundly.
something I can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the universe." So
will every one who tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
throat, chest or lungs. Price 50 cents
and 1. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Cllemever's drur store: everv bottle
Guaranteed by a dollar draft iu
every f 1 Ikjx cash it if no benefit re
sults that Mull's Pioneer Kidney
Cure will relieve any form of kidney
and bladder disease promptly, and
effect a positive cure in a short time
by a faithful use of it. In the same
way we will guarantee our Pioneer
Cure for rheumatism and neuralgia,
for dyspepsia and stomach trouble,
for liver trouble, impure blood and
general debility, for female complaint.
A remedy fof each disease not a
cure-all. Have cured an army of
hopeless cases will cure you. 25
cnts and fl. At 1. 11. l nomas'
The healing properties of Banner
Salve are truly marvelous. It is a
thorough antiseptic ami heals all
wouuds, cuts and burns without leav-
DAUGHTERS GET BULK. OF IT.
How the Late Hans H. Schlotfeldt Dlstrib
nted Hts Property.
The will of Hans IL Schlotfeldt. of
Moline, who died leaving an estate
valued at several thousand dollars,
was probated in the county court to
day." Small bequests are left to the three
sons, Henry J., George and James,
the bulk of the property being or
dered divided letween tde daughters.
Misses .Julia M . and Minnie S. Schlot-
TT avenue. Private family.
AT 1121 THIRD
to D. M
Swain &U . ai.tr. .:: n.
feldt. Miss" 'Julia" M.
named as executrix.
T ANTED AS EXPKHIECEn COOK.
V t App y at ofllce of lleii;y Curtis.
WANTED BOASIKRS. CHOICF ROOMS
and board at 2223 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A GIRt, FOR EXCLUSIVE
diniDtr room work at li-'SSepond avenue.
TAN"TEO A COMPETENT OIRL, FOR
general housework, at 1200 Second ave-
SHALL WE DISPUTE
The Opinions of Scores of Our Fellow
Residents of Rock Inland, like other
American citizens, if making an in
vestment, want to be sure of getting
the worth of their money. They
want to know all the whys and
wherefores, and in a direct ratio to
the value of the investment they bur
row and ferret until satisfied with the
collateral. Take an instance in the
realm of proprietary articles. If we
know of a friend who has been cured
we, have some faith in the prepara
tion; if we know of two or three our
faith increases. If the cures reach
scores, all well known citizens, and
anyone who still maintains that there
is nothing beyond ordinary merit in
the said preparation can safely ba left
to the care of his fellow taxpayers.
If he wishes to pick a quarrel "with
them on the question of their
judgment and veracity, he has
ample Opportunity in Rock Island
to do so. Begin with this case:
Patrick Rooney, of 130'J Fifth
avenue, bricklayer, says: Taken
wit h a soreness across my loins and
other syruptonis of kidney complaint,
I went to a physician, who treated
me at intervals for three years. Re
ceiving little if any benefit, I resorted
to advertised sure-cures, but the
trouble resisted a!l my efforts, the in
tense pain in the small of my back
and limited control over the kidney
secretions being always in evidence.
Learning of Doau's Kidney Pills I
procured a box at the Harper house
drug store. If that one box had not
helped me I never would have fol
lowed up the treatment and bought
live more. I have been exposed to all
kinds of weather, but up to date there
has not been a symptom of a recur-i-c-nce."
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by
all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by
Fcstcr-Milburn company, Buffalo, N.
If., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute. -
Licensed to Wed.
(ieortre Banker Rock I!:ird
Mis-, AIui.v Slias. Hock Is a d
Albert 11 Trufr.-dale Duvenport
Mnrr A. tiuuiburUcn Duvenport
Churl-" lieniin t'oe
Mi-s Ji's-we Hducr Cordova
K A Wilcox Chicago
MUh Loy fr"uri j De Xevce St. 1-ouis
Koy I smit Cambridge
Mi- llanna Anderson Hishop Hill
WHiih K. bury Moline
.M:s Florence II. Wendell Mol.ne
A Frightful I;innder
Will often cause a horrible burn,
scald, cut or bruise. Bucklcn's Arnica
salve, tLe best in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
old sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns,
all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Only 25 cents a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by Hurt. t: Ulle
Tor Uver Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
a'lays all pj.in, cured wind colic, and
I the best remedy for diarrhoea. m2b
cents a bottle.
The great success of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy
in treatment of bowel complaints has
made it standard over the greater
part of the civilized world. For sale
by all druggists.
Arnold's liromo Ceiery cores hear,
aches; 10, 26 and 60 cents. Rcist'
Bfra tii 13 tUrtfl Yea H3va A!a?t B.t
and individuality about your in
terior decorations if, happily,
yoa've selected your paints and
varnishes here. IX READY
MIXED PAINTS we offer a perfect
interior finish, smooth and with
out that after drying glaring
crudity of color and tone so often
encountered in many interior lin
isbes while lending itself with ad
mirable precision to any color
scheme pioposed, and retaining
its prestinc beauty longer than
any other. Color samples for the
asking and paint in any sized cans
ready for application.
Filling Doctors' prescriptions a speciality.
HDrrrtCT Cornerof Fourth Avenue ard
UHLUUiOl, Twenty-third fav.Kock Wand, IU
WANTED LADIES OF ABILITY .AT
the telephone exihansfe. Referedets
U ANTED A r.CKDtURL P'OR GENERAL
Lou-e work in frmil ftmUy. Imiui e at
! i 19 Fourth avenue.
keeper in smu'l f ami! y
bv middle aged
Call at lll2 Third avenue.
IITANTIED-A GOOD. COMPETENT G1KL
f perioral housework in small fatcliy.
Inquire at 715 Twenttelh street.
TANTED-AT ONCE. A FIRST-CLASS
cook: pood waves. Apply to Mrs.
Tracy C. DickKn. Rock l.-land ursetaL
lVTANTED PUPILS WISHINU TO TAKE
V private levvoris in dancing can do so by
enquiring at 2710 Filth avenue. Jones.
7"ANTEI-GOOD. It ELI ABLE OIL S A LES-
roan, on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker Oil and Irrpierrent company, Cleveland,
TANTED-A YOUNG MAX AT ONCE TO
founa'ri and make r-i-rself
iiround tbe slore. Krc.'l
U7-A N'T ED - THREE USFURN'SIIrD
rooms for litrhi housekeeping i"" (iood
location near street car line. Addicts ' il. U ."
TAN'TKD-BOY ABOUT 17: ONE WITH
sole trevious store experience, and
wh-- c:-.n talk German, preferred. L. S. Mc
Cain' & Co.
U WANTED A GItxL ABOUT 15 OR 11
years of agt to assist i 1 genertl hous"
work. who can no home niKhts. Apply at 1SV7
Ur A NT VD T WO M EN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Kock Lslnnd. Permanent
positions. AH Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween 5 and 6 p. m.
T ANTE L) LOC A L SOLICITING AGENT
f V for r.ccitlcr.t insurance; one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address -E M.."Akgcs.
ANTK1? AN FJJUCATED LADY O?
business habit i for a irood pi.siiion
Snlai-y Si' weekly to suitable lady. Call on
Georxe y. Mount. 1 1 Third avenue.
VfTANTED ANY HONEST. CAPABLE,
T V lndust io-s man ov Co can obtain per
manent, profit ble and progressive employ
mcnt by seuduji,' name and address to P. O.
anti:d-iionkst man ci: woman
to travel lor lar-e house. Salary f5
momhl auu expenses with iucre;ice. Position
pormiuent. Luclose self-atldresstd st.miDed
envelope. S.cretary, 3-K Cuxloi building,
TT ANTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
i V iilar.d to take orders for the celebrated
Sinner sewing machine. A No. 1 contract
given to r!i;hl parties. Call on or address the
Singer Manufacturing company, 417iiarrison
street, Davenport, Iowa.
W? ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
f ? mou ds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothinf;. dry
iroods. furniture, etc Highest casli prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
i'he above goods for sale at half th j usual
store prices. All buineAS transactions strictly
conti-lenti l. Ills new number and location.
Irtil Second avenue. Don't forget it. J. V.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
FOR RENT A SEVEN ROOM COTTAGE.
Inquire at M3 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
Don's store, 1017 Second avenue.
BIOR RS.NT-UNFURNISHED ROOilS
quire at Fourth avenue.
RENT LARGE DOWN STAIRS
ront room, hrst hoise back of the Union
JOR RENT FURNISHED KOOMS OVER
and Fourth avenue.
i( RENT-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
f f:-r liglit briusekeepiDtf. or ta iudividjals.
Ia (uire at .V, Twentieth street.
I AGP. RENT AT M-JO SECOND AVENUE,
lare rooms, well furnished: eas. bath,
steam beat. A first-class h"me tab'e Best
location in the city. Coiner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
I4OR SALE OR RENT A 0v ACRE FARM
rn n.iie from Coal Valley. Inquire of
liO.l SALE-H JUSEHOLD
- co.isiiinro. parlor mite. bed-rofm suite.
l;i'.cun furniture, etc.
Call at Cul"j Ninth a-. t-
iflOK SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
Ali kinds of (run: good bulidintrs: near
town. A barirain for some one il taken soon.
Gordon Si Bowman.
jXIR SALK-AT A SACHIFlCK, 40-ACKE
farm near -vn. 'x)ts of fnuit. To be
old cheap to ce .tle an estate. Here Is a bar
;iln cneap for cash. No trade. Gordon Sl
ITIOR SALE- A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
with BDOut 1 Uillerent slides, sultab e for
riiiimr leyal Blanks or any descriction of papers
in Hat form to be keot Li shape for writing.
A c-inip -elien.MW Index connected. Jjst tne
tLing ljr any o;iics ith -oi. tracts, en;., to
tlis. Address H. E. C, care of Tbk Auuus.
tW)CXD-A POINTER PUP. OWNER CAN
X1 have same by calling at R L& P. roundhouse.
IOST SE1T. 4 A SILVFK-CASE WATCH
J with metiillic chain. Finder please re
turn to H Tweniv-third street. Kock Ls.aiid,
111., and reoeive reward.
1 OST ON TWENTY-SEVENTH
-I-i between Eight-and-a-balf and Nt'ith
nues, a pair of ewid spectacles, finder will
please return to 'i he A iu.es oClce.
TTON'EV TO LOAN CHATTEL MOliT
i. Kiurs loa"s by W. H Kstman. 171 bey
ond avenue. ilbout puodtv or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
1 OST A DIAMOND SET HKOOCH.
1 J 1X1
ioteolv on either the sie:mer Winona or
Vertie S kuio la-: Sunday. Finder reiurn Vo
Rant' ' bakery. Filih avenue a.d be rewarded.
tUEWA NT A T 1XCE-
T ass the farmers, thresners.
AGENTS TO CAN-
for orders for spring and si.uiuier delivery,
lioi. special inOu'ements to o?Ttr. Lincoln
oil Company. Cleveland. Ohio.
I A LMISTRY THELM A. THE
I palmist, fs nere br special
request, and i
can We consulted conndcn'iaiiy n nil subjects
of life. bu-inesor love affairs. Palmistry is a
s--ie e bv which the pasi. present and future
can be told, ba'i-faciion Kuarunte d. Keiwl-I
ink's cents acd up. Parlors 6.17 Seventeenth
THE WORLD'S GREATEST TRANCE
medium and cliirvoy&ut. Mrs. M C Alien,
located at 416 Main street. Daveniort. Iowa.
This remarKbIe medium c&a be consulted on
all a.Tairs o .lie. She reads your past, present J
arid future like an open book. Cn ted your j
t noughts und hi troubles you. Her fees are j
f rents and un. Hours. 10 a m. to b p. m. J
Ser.d stamps for Uluatratcd pamphlet with spe-1
The following firms are recommended to readers of The Ar
gus as prepared to serve patrons to the best possible
advantage, and worthy of business confidence:
rl Davenpori, Iowa.
li Tue next session
7th. lsS'.. hiio
Fortertns and full
parti- ulars upi lv
to lEV. J T. A.
FLAN At' JAN.
th- crcaicil vt :t
L. E. West, Gum Co.
BROS. & CO.
S. A. MAGER
Second ave. and
then go to
Ask your Gro
cer for iland get
a Cook Book free.
117 Fast Seven
teenth si rcct.
First class work.
Huy and Sell.
Direction of Stevb F. Millkb.
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING
Sunday, Sept. 3.
Van Dyke Eaton Co.
Double its former size, new
plays, new illustrated songs,
new serpentine dancers.
Gallery lOc For K vers body.
Reserved Seats 15c No Higher.
Sale of seals at Uleucr's jewe ry store.
ijMta The Direction Of Oiamboilim Kindt Ic Co.
Sunday Evening, Sept. 10.
DUNNE AND RYLEY present the
brilliant vaudeville operetta,
HOTEL TOPSY TURVY.
With Eddie Foy. The big
gest musical hit of the year.
'J years in Tar is, 200 hundred
times in London, 102 times
at the Now York Herald
Square Theatre. Original
company, original produc
tion. Original chorus of
Prices 2.-.C to 81.
Seat s:ile at Fluke's.
AGNER OPERA HOUSE,
Q H. S. RACHMAN
lii town to
lfiO.) Second avenue.
KocK Island 111.
OPENING SEASON OF 1893 and 1900
Monday Eve., Sept. II.
til'SSK and RVI.IV present the bri!
lian: Vaudeville Operetta,
Li !a a f tia lit'
I B W EST a I I
property and lots
for sale In the
E. J. Burns.
Real estate and
iy. Room r.
U Cradoato 1881 of
rj Iowa tttate
g I niverslly.
Eleven Years in
DK. J. K. COZ1NE,
i Oitice and residence
over David Don s
store. li)l.--nd: Ave.
Itock Island. 111.
f l'! ARS,
Chicago papers delivered.
WITH EDDIE FOY
The bletfest musical hit of the year,
'two years in lJrls. Two-hundred
times i i lxudnn. one-bundred and two
tiices at the New York Herald S'joare
theatre ui-.nal company and origi
nal product'on. Original chorus of forty-
Prices. 2 W;. Tnc atd f 1 00. Seat sale
at Cieadestn's drurf store, Friday, Sept. fctn.
A complete line
of new and 2d
At the lowest prices.
jj l&ri Second Ave.
24th St. and
3rd Ave. Kock
If you Intend do
ii x building call
Shop and residence
at No. 1-SU Thlrty
eiebtb street, Kock
M J. II. light,
""Weltmer" meth cs
of Nevada. Mo . is
now ia theciiy. ston
stieet. Kock Island.
III. I Kivespecialt
tcntion to treatintr
chronic d seises
where medicine has
failed. Callard see
Free. Kmifmber 1
lve no tnedietne.
Great oases of new
nnd second hand
school books and
school sunplies ar
rived last week.
This makes our line
complete, and we
are readv to supply
you with the best
line and at bottom
prices Brinir your
We will tke them
Go to Walker's
for anything in
the school line.
Second - Street,
July S4 lsfl!. I -ave
30 years and ws af
flicted wi-h rheuma
tism for two years.
J II. Lluht gAve me
six Magnetic and
and now I am well. I
rrend him t o any one
where medicine has
no effect. ;ive him
one trial at least.
L. J.FORNEY, M.D.
F J. Steele, Pro.
1709 Second av.,
Your entire ward
robe cleaned and
preswd for l per
for and delivered.
A your wile s me
bill by using
inTrd. by Penn
Oil Supply Co.
For sale bv all
Rock Island Electric Co,
Complete line of electrical
supplies. Lawn mowers
sharpened, and general re
pair work of all kinds giv
en prompt attention.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
119 Eighteenth Street.
2518 Fifth Avenue.
M. T. Free
THE WAT BMAKKrt.
en, clocks, and
keepers. Artistic jewel
ry making and
done. All work
iO Sitb St., K Mde
W jst Vira-lnla
r P 'I'jiace Cse.
served at noon,
Lunch from 4:.T0 to
Drained beef with
and hot cakes lie.
John E. Jayncs,
Short order houso
open dav or niitnt.
IMi;7 Second Ave.
a new invention.
30 lirlde Avenue,
DA VEN'IfJRT, IA
Choice hard and
soft cosl and coke;,
liiiK-. cement and
bulldins material In
retail. Hock Island.
Rock Island, 111.
In putilic schools.
Private studio in Y.
M. ;. A. buildmir.
Offlc bourn. 4 to 0
and 7 to Hp. m. and
all day Saturday.
Real . '
Ml Tbirty-cit(b st.
CROWN ,t HRIDGE H
work a specialty
New and sec
bought - and
1511 Second Av.
15. I". KNOX,
112 Twentieth St.
40" llradv 8teet,
3 Twentieth St.
Kock Island. Tele
Estimates on any
Cortipl j e stock of
and electric fixtures
are prepared to
lutr a'.d Hharini;.
Also heavy or
Crop forKini; a
W. T. KigiU,
Office in Masonic
Temple. Hour '
y:Oi to l-':0j u. ro.
1..1 to 4:30 p. rn.
Complete line of
At Fourth Ave
nue Shoe Store.