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THE AEQU9, TIIUBSDAX. SEPTEMBER 21, 1899.
will show that we are a sreat,
unselfish natiou, devoted to the eter
; nal principles of right and honesty
Published Daily and Weekly at 1&24 Second
Avenue, Rock island, in. Entered at the j If the Cubans want to be annexed
Potwrnce as Second-class matter.
IN THE NAM K OK J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dal'.y. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
13.00 per annum; in advance l 50.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
nave real name attached for publication. No
sucb article will be printed over fictitious sig
Correspondence solicited from every town
Ship In Kick Inland county.
Tin i:dav, September 21.
President Ki'i'or.i:, of the Trans
vaal, knows nearly half of the bible
The khedive of Egypt draws a sal
arv 10 times as jrreat as that of the
president of the l.'nited States.
Chaplain I'eanev, of the Olympia
w3 born on the J-.nglish steamer
Ironsides, of which Lis father was
Prince Alexis Kai:ageor;i k h
of Servia, is a suitor for the hand of
the American heiress. Miss Mabelle
Swift, only daughter of K. C. Swift
of the hou.se of Swift & Co., big meat
packers. But Pa Swift objects to the
idea of the roval son-in-iaw. The
consequence i.s'the Servian is likelv
to know what a real Swift kick means
(iov. Le.-i.ik M. Shaw, of Iowa
went to the St. Louis trust confer
ence of governors and attorney-gen
erals, auu in his address ridiculed
ever move in opposition totbetrusts
No one who knows the natural tendeL
cies of the gold plated Iowa executive
will be surprised, but the people of
llawkevedom will release him from al
obligations contrary to those fore most
in his mind iu the cotmnr election in
Ai.THLi;ii the New York World isa
goldite journal and does not advocate
JIr. Bryan s nomination for president
bv the democrats, it recognizes h
great ability and his eminent fitness
as a leader. Iu its issue of Monday
tne orld says editorially: "Mr.
Bryan's second speech on trusts
made at the Chicago conference
Saturday afternoon iu reply to Mr.
Cockran and to Mr. Fou ke. dis
played even more fully than his set
speech in the morning his unequalled
capacity for popular leadership iu the
movement against monopoly. Mr.
Bryan's advantage lies in tuis: He
believes that there arc monopolies
that they are evils; that they can be
remedied and he has remedies to
propose. For the people, who see the
power of trusts and feel their oppres
sion, this is what appeals to them
rather than a weighing of compensa
tions, hairsplitting over dillicullies
and doubts whether anything can be
done. Mr. Bryan says: 'If the peo
ple are in earnest they can break up
monopoly. And the way to show
that thev are in earnest, as the World
has frequently said, is to elect law
makers, law ollicers and executives
wh are in earnest too."
Mama to Oppose Administration Methods.
Senator Billy Mason is consistent at
all events. He cannot and will not
reconcile himself to the administra
tion method of Philippine conquest
loan interview with a Washington
Post reporter yesterday Senator Mason
said: On the lloor of the senate I
shall continue my opposition to the
war upon the rihpinos. I would
sooner resign my seat than treat a
dor the wav we are treating those
people. I am ashamed of my country.
People make a great mistake," he
continued, "when they say that 1 am
jt-rainst expansion. I am not. But
expansion by purchase or'any other
honorable means is one thing; expan
sion by force is another. I do not
lK.dieve that there was any necessity
for this war upon the Filipinos.
believe that if we had adopted a reso
lution in congress, assuring these
people as we assured the Cubans that
we had no sellisu designs upon them
we never would have met with any op
position in the Philippines. The fact a
that we have given the rilipinos every
reason to distrust us. and they are
lighting for their own liberty. Talk
aUmt hauling down our Hag." con
tinued Senator Mason. "Will not
our llag come down in Cuba? Cer
tainly it will, if we are true to our
promises. And the day that it
comes down will lie the bijrgest
dav in our history because it
ox we uiooe ior
2IEw2ALGIA and noOsr Caoplaints,
ana prcparea nnacr Ufl stringent
GEHHIN MEDICAL LIWS
prescnoed or eminent physicians:.
DR. . RICHTER'S t&gfi
hi iKinitnn n-Zfi
World renowned f lirrrVmM iuuafa 1 1
Only rnraln-t with Trade Mark" Aocnor,"
c St Saw. a bottle. Atalldrarristsorthruaga
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Branch Soraa. (hra Glaanrccbk
ITvaairt. MittiMtera. ami
itiUtr prominent ,5-"J
ANniOR STOMACHAL beat for
later that is another question. Why
cannot we deal with the Filipinos in
the same way?
FUNERAL OF MR. SCHNITCER
Farther Details or Bis Sail
The funeral of Henry Schnitger
former sreneral supeiintendent of the
Tri-City Railway company, was held
:n Davenport yesterday afternoon.
The remains were unaccompanied
from Oklahoma, where Mr. Schnit-
ser died. Mrs. Schnitger would have
come, bat the sickness of one of the
children at the home in Laramie pre
vented her. But the friends
of Henrv Schnitger in the old
days when he was a popular
and, indeed, a favorite citizen, did all
that could ie done to place upon his
bier and his grave the lat offering
of respect and affection of which hu
man hands are capable. The funeral
service was conducted by Uev. C. II
W eaver, ami was held at the grave, in
Oakdale cemetery, where his remains
were -laid to rest by the side of his
little boy, whose death, several years
a?o, was so painful a shock to
him. The pallbearers were Joe L.
Hebert, C. T. Darling, Charles
Haskins, F.d Lischer, L. M. Fisher
and Dan A. McGusrin. He was
attended to his grave by 'many old
friends, whose sorrow was deep at his
untimely end. It is learned, in
m easier wav, that Mr. Schnitger's
death was liually due to convulsions,
which were the result of a spinal
trouble, with which he was alluded
He must have had the illness for sev
eral weeks. He had been ill in Okla
boma for at least two weeks, and after
that, a week ago, the word came that
he was better, but that he had been
quite ill. It is inferred that there
must have been a relapse of his former
serious condition, .there is profound
sympathy' for ins wife and children
to whom he was deeply attached, and
from whom he was separated for a
full vear prior to his death, and dur
ing his last illness and his last hours.
THE CORN EXPOSITION.
A Collovsal and Comprelirnslve.CoUectlon
The corn exposition and carnival to
le held at Peoria, 111., (let. '. to 11
bears the distinction of beiDir the hrst
exposition devoted solelv.to the corn
plant, its products and the machinery
used in its production and manufac
ture. Already it promises to be the
greatest exposition in the interest of
the great American product ever held.
A unique feature is the size ami
character of the premiums offered.
Never before have corn growers been
offered such magnihcent incentive to
make a display of the verv best. The
total value of the premiums for corn
exceeds fb.UUU. while theattractive of
ferings made by the railroads will not
fail to have a wonderful inlmence in
bringing out an immense exhibit and
crowds of people to see it. lhe pre
mium list is the most artistic and val
liable ever printed, it being an ele
gant illuminated book of 3G large
pages, illustrated with full page en
gravings. i his premium list is now-
ready to mail and can be obtained by
addressing J. H. Beagley, secretary
Illinois orn tirowers association, l e
Catarrh Cannot be Cared
with local applications, as thev can
not reach the seat of the disease. Ca
tarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, anil in order to cure it vou must
take internal remedies. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure is taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not
(iuack medicine. It was prescribed
by one of the best physicians in this
country for years, and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the
iiest tcnics known, combined with the
lest blood purifiers, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is
what produces such wonderful results
in curing catarrh, bend for testinio
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Tole
Sold by druggists, price 75 cents.
Free of Charge.
Any adult suffering from a cold
settled on the breast, bronchitis
throat or lung troubles of any nature
who will call at Thomas II. Thomas'
will be presented with a sample bot
tie of Boschee's German Syrup, free
of charge. Only one lottle to one
person, and none to children without
order from parents.
,io throat or lung remedy ever had
snch a sale as Boschee's German Syrup
in all parts of the civilized world.
Twenty years ago millions of bottles
were given away, and your druggists
will tell you its success was marvel
ous. It is really the only throat ana
lung remedy generally endorsed by
physicians. One o cent bottle will
cure or prove its value. sola by
dealers in all civilized countries.
The healing properties of Banner
Salve are truly marvelous. It is a
thorough antiseptic and heals all
wounds, cuts and burns without leav
ing a scar.
As usually treated a sprain will dis
able the injured person foi three or
four weeks, but if Chamberlain's Tain
Balm is freely applied a complete cure
may be effected in a very few days.
Pain Balm also cures rheumatism,
cuts, bruises and burus. For sale by
Ike KEi toe Hr.fl Hhrars BsM
HousQViork is H&rd Enough
with even the best
soap which needs
hard muscular rub
bing to make
things clean. Gold
Dust does all that
soap does and saves
time and much
Send for free booklet Golden Rolen
THE N. K. FAIR BANK COMPANY
CUcajo St-Lmis New York Boston
THEY ARE CONVINCING.
Statement of a Neighbor is to be
Nothing so Convincing- as What Persons
Whom We Know and Respect. Say.
There is nothing so convincing as
the statements of people whom we
know and respect. If your neighbor
tells you something, you know it is
true; no neighbor will deceive an
other. The statements of people liv
ing right here in Kock Island are pub
lished so that you may ask these peo
ple and find out the great good Mor
row's Kid-ne-oids are doing.
Mrs. Barnhouse. 2701 Seventh ave
nue, says: "I was afflicted with kid
ney backache for two years, also with
rheumatism and nervousness. Mor
row's Kid-ne-oids have completely
cured me of all my troubles. My
mother has been cured of backache
and nervousness by the use of Kid-ne-oids.
She also used Morrow's Liver
lax and found it to be an excellent
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills,
but yellow tablets, and sell at 50
cents a box. Morrow's Liver Lax are
small red granules and sell at 25 cents
a box. Both can be purchased at all
drug stores and at M. F. Bahnsen's
Mailed on recept of price. Manu
factured by John Morrow & Co.,
Chemists, Springlield, Ohio.
FOU SALE A FIRST-CLASS LUNCH
counter and lixtures. Allly at 63s Tbirty
FOli SALi:FIKST-CLASS IOOL. TABtK
with cue ra.k. etc.: :i iiwrt'ain. Apply at
:;j0 l-'ifin uremic-. Kocli Island.
TV'OK SAL K A NI'.W SKVEN K OM MOT
X? cm iiou-e. convenient and quite e-r.tr:illy
located. Atpply imtned ately at ;il TwtlflU
FOK SALE-NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
All kinds of fruit: Kood buildings; near
town. A rmrgain for some one il taken boon.
Gordon & Bowman.
ClOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRE
JO farm near town. .ots of frjiit. To be
sold cheap to settle an estate. Here Is a bar
gain cbeap for casta. No trade. Uordon ft
FOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTTV
of SO bushels or over at i-J .SO per ton, del
ivered C. 0. 1. to any part of tbe city. Leave
orders at Commercial house barbershop. Rock
lid and, or Enos James, Milan.
TTIOU SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
J. with about tio different slides, suitab e for
filllnir lestul blanks or ay description of papers
in nat form to ne kent in mane ror wnunir.
A comprehensive index connected. Just the
ttriiK for any oftice with contracts, etc., to
We. Address H. E. C. care of TBI A Ki.cs.
TOR SALE ANY ONE WISHING TO
A embark in a irood pitviiiir business can do
so by investing in bouseii- Id furr.Uure 8l:rt
keeping roomers. Can buv tbe furntsbinv.s and
rent the bouse iu ruunior order. Centra' lca
tinn and all inod-rn cjnvenieuces. Address
-M. 60 1 Am; cs office.
FOUND A POINTER PUP. OWNER CAN
have same by calling at R. L ft P. round-bouse.
FOR SALE OR RENT A 200 ACRE FARV
tik mile from Coal Valley. Inquire of
LOST A POCKETUOOK BETWEEN
Kourth avenue and Nineteenth street
aid McCabe's store. Finder return to this
otllce and receive reward.
LOST ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
between Eight-and-a-balf and Ninth ave
nues, a pair of paid spectacles. Finder will
please return to Ths ahgcs office.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
cane loas by W. H Eastman. 1T12 Sec
ond avenue, without pubtity or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
LOST WHILE PRI VING Br T WEEN DAV
euiOft uud Moline. a lady's cbatelaine
purse, cvn-aimnir m mey. jewelry and a srold
tbirnbl-. A l'beral reward will be pai t for tbe
return of tbe same to C. Liuduifl. sobtbeck's
cniK store, Molice.
TTTIPOWER. 41 YEARS. YOUNG. HOLD-
v W inn bisrh punlic po-iition. worth fiO.uOO.
elegant new home, would marry a sensible
worna. wbo would appreciate kindness a1-
dres- --itdward." 1T7 E Fortieth street, Chica
1ALMISTRY THELMA. THE EGYPTIAN
painiist. is here lv special request, and
can be coiuu ltd contidemialry on ail subjecis
of Hie. ousiness or love anairs. I'simistry ih
science by wbicb the past, present and future
nan te toio. batisiactinn Kuaranteeo. lteau-
nirs Sc and up. Parlors &i. Seventeenth
MRS. KE5ANT. LOCATED AT 4Ii MAIN
street. Davenport, calls vou by vour
full na-re. tells everything you want to know.
pves your moiber's maiden name, t'lls what
you c lied ter. No mo cy ta"en un.es satis
tied. t;ive4full name of yourfrienCs. enemies,
relatives, or any name. Triis your past, cresent
liie. your eoi ire future, and how to be success
ful i all business, law. love affairs, rrsrri Keand
everything. Will Ki tell how to control and
rascinute toe one you love, or acy one you ad
mire, know or meet, and bow to have your
want aod wisbe satlsn.d. how to live con
tented and Happy the rest of your life, anl be
lucky and fortunate: bow to obtain be money
you want and wbat you are best adapted for.
d now to overcome au trourtie. All told
without asking a single question. Mrs. Hesant'x
predictions are always correct, and never til
to come true, as thousand- of people in ever
land can testify. Special tertrto callers this
eek i-rily. Ail busioesand transactions strict
e nndenlial Parlors no arranged you will
meet no .-ne if so d-- ired Consu't tion.t
S'Hctl rrivate. Free. fre. fre. valuable in
formation you ought 10 know concerning the
afToir of l-ie Permanent address and ftlee
1 Michigan avenue. Chi -ago. IU- Now at 412
Ma.n street, Davenport. Iowa. ' I
ANTED A COMPETENT GIRL AT
lit) seennd avenue.
ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at SX Fourth avenue.
ANTED A GOOD WOMAN FOR GEN
eral housework at 1 v second avenue
ANTED A COOK OR KITCHEN GIRL
at Joseph Rusenheld s. lf-'s J niru ave
YXTANTFD-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
vv tousework. Auaress r. m., j ttu l
TTTANTED A CIGAR PAC1IKR. ALSO
V three ifirls to st ip tobacco, at Morrison
WANTED A (ir.XTLE.MAN BOARDER
private family, central location. Ad
dress - A B C." Auors oiii ;e.
TTTANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
T private lessons in dancing can do so by
enquiring at -'viu r ntn avenue. Jones.
TANTED-SOLICITORS FOR TEA. COF
vv fee. sticcs and extracts. Appiy to
Roach Tea company. ISlo Third avenue.
TTTANTED GOOD. RELIABLEOIL SALES
T man. on commission orsalai-y. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WrA NTED TO KENT A COTTAGE OF
vv live or six rooms. S;a:e location and
terms. Addresi room 51.'. Mitchell ft Lyude
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitor for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. f.S Mitchell ft Lynde building, be
tween t and e p. in.
WANTFD EMPLOYMENT BY YOUNG
man l vear of age to work tn factrry
or store: ood references given if required.
Address - j. u Aiiui's.
TTTANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
Y V for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E M.." Altars.
TTTANTED LADY AS
must oe neat and
Good home to right pirty
i:i 1 bi'd avenue or A ikon
south Rock Island.
fond of children
una .xintn stree
TTTA NTED HONEST MAN OR WOMAN
,ii to tr-ivcl for large house. Salary -foo
montniy and expenses with increase. Position
permanent. Enclose sclf-uddressed stKinned
envelope. s.tl.retary, 3;o Caxton building
TTTANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
v v sen our incandescent gasonne lamps.
j-.acu ourucr priMiu-es iiv-canciie oower light
a 1 stores want them: good inducements to re
litble salesmen. The t'hio lllumiuating com
pany. ibaDsiicld. uuio.
WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
island to take orders for the celebrated
Singer sewing machine. A No. I contract
given to right parties. Call on or address the
singer Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
TTTANTED WOMEN TO BIND DRESS
T shields at borne. Steady work: d stance
no ois'uvduiage: asa your dealer to show you
Kora Shields. Kora t-hields snao on waist
without sewing. Send in cents for catalogue
fi uorK l ne ivora pield company.
Brcome street. New Ycrk.
TTTA NTED SOLICITORS FOR ACCIDENT
and sick Dent-tit insurance. Good mon
ey for real live active so i el tors. Mu-t have
s Miie solicit ots wlij speak the German and
Swedish languages Call at SIX Brady street
uave pon. aner o:.' p. m . or aatlrc-s lnsur
unce a'ent, same auaress.
TTr ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
f monds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
pam jor seconu nanu goods 01 ail kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half tb usual
storenrices. All business transactions strictly
conildentiil. His new number and location,
iisa seeona avenue. Don t forget iu J. W
j ones, two rings on 1347.
OR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
Don s store, IG17 Second avenue.
17TOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS
.' quire at 2227U Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT LARGE DOWN STAIRS
front room, first house back of the Union
TIOR KENT TWO FURNISHED ROOM
' Ann v... ......1 r . . ii. .1.. , j
sired. Apply at iT'J-J Eighth avenue.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for gentlemen, at reasonable
prices, inquire at lhiu 1 hird avenue.
LTOR KENT FIRST FLOOR OF TWO
- story house, consisting of five rooms
Kent li. Inquire at 1110 Third avenue.
I-OK RENT A 7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
furnished, for six months. Best central
location. Apply immediately to 9ID Second
avenue. Call mornings. References required.
XT'OR RENT AT li SECOND AVENUE,
m- large rooms, wen lurmsned: gas, bath
steam beat. A first-class h-me tati Best
location in tbe city. Corner Thirteenth street
ana .-second avenue.
"CX)K RENT THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
-a- lor light Housekeeping, on ground floor.
New bo-a.se and new f u'tiishings. Last cottage
between fifth atd t-ixtb avenues on Tenth
street, inquire evenings.
TCK RENT-A NINE-ROOM HOUSE ON
A seventeenth street and Twelfth avenue.
Ail modern improvements. Would rent to
two small families If de-ird Inquire of J. D.
Beecher, HAj Seventeenth street.
OR RENT 3 ROOM FLAT. FURNISHFn
or unfurnUhed. for light hnueirTinir
Hot water, beat and aU troriem i-nmi-ni.nnu
Residence location. Panic must be respoa
sible. Apply -jani seventh avenue.
Tj'OK RENT A FIVE ACRE FRUIT AND
-a. tnick farm. Good hou-e. barn and water.
Located two and one-half m les f om Rock
Island and two blocks from leilan ra line
A . ply immediately to Theodore Hcldorf. South
ii m rwurui
For Drunkenness ana
Please wr!t tm.
Special Business Mention
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:
Suits made to
Cleaning End re
done at lowest
Hot made bw trust.
Black Joe Cream
It the creamiest of alt
L. E. Wcst.GumCo.
CI1 Seventeenth St.
Rock Island. 111.
G. Cart In
licited. Car lots a
and California fruiut
S. A. MAGER
Second ave. and
ACADEMY OF THE
conducted by tbe
sisters of the visi
tation. 2M9 Fifth
avenue. Kock Is
land. The Acad
the new academy
will be opened
Monday Sept. 18.
MUSIC. ART. EL
and tbe languages.
Fv A I.BlTHNElt.
E. IT. Sl-HII.I.INCF.R.
F. A. Leithner & Co.
We will clean and press
your clothes for only fl per
month. All work "guaran
teed. Clothes called for and
tilt! Seventeenth St.
Rack Island. 111.
Hull & Co.
Mitchell & Lynde
025. Fourth Ave.
Corner T wen
tie. h St. and
We riye the
for the least
AND ALL KINDS
Hides, wool & Tal
low. Highest price
paid whether In
small or large
or car load lots.
ave. 'Phone 4!H2,
Kock Island, 111.
2100 Fifth are.
Tbe next session
7th, lxw. i-hilo-sophlcal.
For terms and full
to REV. J. T. A.
E. F. Stroehle
Chicago pape rede
livered and ojders
tsken for all peri
odicaLs. lt!l Third avenue.
then go to
A9k your Gro
cer for it and get
a Cook Book free.
117 Fast Seven
First class work. .
Buy and Sell.
II. S. RACHMAN
in town to
1005 Second avenue.
Rock Island 111.
property and lot s
for sale in tbe
E. J. Burns.
Real estate and
cy. Room J2,
Graduate 1881 of
Eleven Years in
DR. J. It. COZINE,
Office and residence
over David Don a
store, ltiisand; Ave.
Kock Island. 111.
Chicago papers de
livered. 327 Twentieth
A complete line
of new and 2d
A t the lowest prices.
1S23 Second Ave.
24th St. and
3rd Ave. Rock
If you Intend do
ing any building call
Shop and residence
at No. 1234 Thirty
eighth Mreet, Kock
Great cases of new
and second hand
school books and
school supplies ar
rived lust week.
This makes our line
complete, and we
are ready to supply
vou with the best
iine and at bottom
prices Ilring your
We will tke them
Go to Walker's
for anything in
the school line.
Second - Street,
Pr.f J. fl. Light,
of Nevada. Mo . is
now in the ciy. stop
ping at ills Sixteenth
street. Rock Island.
II'. I givespecialst
tentton to treating
chronic d sesses
where medicine has
failed. Call ar-d see
Free. K member 1
give no medicine.
July 24 lew. I have
30 years and ws af
flicted wi'h rheuma
tism for two years.
J H. Light gave me
six Magnetic and
and now I um well. I
mend him to any one
where medicine has
no effect. Give him
oce trial at least.
I J.FORNEY, M.D.
F" J. Steele, Pro
1709 Second av..
Your entire ward
robe cleaned and
pressed for l per
for and delivered.
your wife's life
m'Frd. by Tenn
Oil & Supply Co.
For sale by 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
es, clocks, and
keepers. Artistic jewel
ry making and
225 20th St., E side
served at noon.
Lunch from 4:30 to
Praised beef with
and but cakes 15c.
John E. Jaynes,
Short order house
open dav or nigot.
I 07 Second Ave.
a new invention.
230 Bridge Avenue,
Choice bard and
soft coal and coke,
lime, cement and
building material In
retail. Rock Island.
for Furnace Use.
Rock Lsland, 111-
In public schools.
Private studio In Y.
M. C. A. building.
Office hours. 4 to S
and 7 to 9 p. m. and
all day Saturdays.
631 Thirty-eighth St.
O. D. DORAN,
work a specially
New and sec
1511 Second Av.
B. F. KNOX,
412 Twentieth St.
403 llrady St-eet,
3-J2 Twentieth St.
Kock Island. Tele
Estimates on any
Comple'e stock of
and electric fixtures.
are prepared to
do binding, bunch
ing ucd sharing.
Also heavy or
Crop forging a
W. T. Magill,
Office in Masonic
U V) to 12:00 a. m.
1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Complete line of
At Fourth Ave
nue Shoe Store.