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THIS AEGrTJSs SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1899.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1924 Second
Avenue. Rock Island. I1L Entered at tte
Postoffice as Second-class matter.
tX THE NAME OF J.
TERMS Dally. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
12.00 per annum; In advance II 50.
All communications of political or argumen
tatlTe character. plitical or religious, must
have real name attached for publlcatron. No
such article will be printed over fictitious sig
natures. Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rock Island county.
Satikdav, October 21.
All efforts to save Carter, the
millionaire military embezzler, seem
to have failed, and he must go to
prison. " Justice long deferred is to
Thk consolidation of the Pullman
and Wagner palace ear companies
does not at the present stage of the
proceedings otTer any prospect of ma
terial benelits to the traveling public
But perhaps such an idea did not
enter seriously into the minds of the
incorporators of the new combine.
CfiAKi.Kt K. Laim. of Kewanee. who
is promoting his candidacy for the
democratic nomination for "governor
among the party leaders of Chicago,
said last night to a Chicago Tribune
reporter at the Sherman house head
quarters that he regarded the condi
tions as favorable to democratic sue
cess next vear. He said that condi
tions among the farmers and working
men were the .same now as in 1SK.
Nature provided coal for the use of
man and not to be monopolized ty
wealthy combines. There is a coal
famine possible, and such a conditio
iji infaiiioim. M.irk ll innn is one r
IIih. mfin ln-ra nf thn trust which rcn
ders it impossible fort he people to get
1 . 1 1 . m i.
coai ut a reaionauie price. .u:iik
llanna is one of :t .syndicate which in
tends to keep control of the govern
ment at Washington in order that his
associates mav continue to enrich
themselves at the expense of coiihumi-
iti. W'hib; in ciiir foreign ri-I.-itiniis
- - - - - rr
the precious traditions upon which t he
country was iounuci are .set aside in
order that these same patriots f
revenue only may have further lields
into which to extend their operations
when this government, as at present
administered, has for their benetit
fought and found other worlds to co:i
1 he Cup auit Its Offender.
Tlie famous America's cuj, the in
ternational vaclit trophv, winch
American seamanship has made se
cure on tiiis continent for another
year, at least, has long since passed
the stage of intrinsic value, and
if melted down to solid silver
would probablv bring but a hun
dredth part of its original cost.
Rut as a historical prize it is price
less, as it has been the object of manv
famous races since the New York
Yacht club took it from tiie Royal
i acht Of tuadroii. I he 11 lest inter
national yacht races since the lirst iu
lN.ii are named in the following:
In 1KM. America beat Roval Yacht
si jiladron (14 craft): 170, Magic leat
Cambria; 171. Columbia and Sappho
beat Livonia; iN. .Madeleine Iieat
Counters of HiiiTerin: lsi. Mischief
beat Atalauta: 1 Puritan beat
Uenesta: lso. Mayllower Ix-at (iala
tea; 187. Volunteer leat Thistle:
1893. Vigilant beat Valkyrie; 1 '..".
Defender beat Valkyrie " III; lH'.t-.i.
Columbia beat Shamrock.
Ilryan Koergetlc anil Always Ready.
Despite the fact that he narrowly
escaped two railroad acidents in his
travels in Ohio yesterday, Hon. W.
J. I?ryan spoke in eight cities and
seven counties in that state, making
Speeches in Napoleon. Ottawa. Colum
bus ;rove, Lima. Sidney, IMlefon
taine and Kenton. Large crowds
heard him in these places and enthu
siasm ran high.
A crowd of l.VoOo jammed itself
about and crowded about the speak
ers' stand at Sidney. Two large halls
were tilled to the sidewalks with men
who wanted to hear Mr. I5ryan at
Kenton. The most interesting meet
ing was that at Ilellefontaine. where
Mr. Hryan spoke to the 3,w0 voters
of Logan county, one of the strongest
republican districts in the state. He
made reply to the latest political
cartoon sent out by the republican
campaign committee and printed in
the republican pajHTs of Ohio. The
or ue Clone tor
asi similar Ccmplsists,
ana prepare! nsaer me stringent
GERMAN MEDICAL LAWS.
DR. RICHTER'S gift?
World renowned ? BmniMf rmrffnl f
Only r"n!n-Trade Mark Ascbor,"
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Banrh Eoasas, On (Hurvarkh
A. - M
BTOaiACIIAX. k for
cartoon shows Columbia holding the
flag, with President McKinley point
ing to it and victory inscrioed on the
clouds. Beneath are'the words with
music: "We'll rally round the flag,
boys, we'll rally once again."
Mr. Bryan read the line to the
crowd at Bellefontaine, and said:
But there is a significant omission.
They did not put in 'Shouting the
battle cry of freedom.' "
The cheer that burst from the
throng came nearer to the wild Ken
tucky yell than any Mr. Bryan had
heard since he came to Ohio. It was
repeated again and again, and once
more when Mr. Bryan declared he
would not erase a "single sentiment
from the patriotic songs of America
for all the gold in the Philippines.
Both this and the former utterance
by Mr. Bryan as to the flag were lil
ting srjueliiies on the spirit of denia
gogueisra shown on the Mark
The Bellefontaine speech was an
extra, for it was the original plan to
keep Mr. Bryan in the democratic
counties, but he wanted an opportu
nity to do missionary work among
the republicans and he did it "effec
Not at Pr iportlonate Iocrnw,
Whatever sidvances in wages have
been made, they are no comparison to
the increase iu the selling price of
trust products. What industrial
combine has increased the wages of
its employes iL' proportion to the sell
ing price of its product, and where
does the farming population come in
which mustpav for the trust product
the increased price without a particle
of compenst tion. no matter how much
foi er or the Traits.
Zanesviile. Ohiii. Sitruul.
This fact should be borne in mind
by the people that if trust combina
tions hare tire power to fix the price
of their prouUicts they also have the
power to fix the wages they will pay
their employe, as well as the prices
that they wCl give to the producers of
the raw material that thev use.
The Winona made her daily trip to
the local port.
The Mountain Belle and Invernes
each brought down eiirht strings of
The stage of water at the Rock I
and bridge at 0 a. in. was 1.90 and
at noon it was l.lt.j. The temperature
at noon was 69.
Boats down w-re the Scotia, Marv
B. Buth and Pilot: up. the (ilenniont
Park Bluff. Buth. C. W. Cowles, Flora
H and Pilot.
Mllllous (iiven Away.
It is certainly g-uti lying to the pub
lic to know of one concern iu the land
who are not afraid to be generous U
the needv ami suffering. The propri
etorsof Dr. King's New Discoverv for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds have
given awav over ten million trial bot
ties of this jjreat medicine, and have
the satisfaction of knowing it has ab
solutely cured thousands of bopeles
cases. Asthma, bronchitis, hoarse
ness anil all diseases of the throat
chest and lunrs are sure'v cured bv
it. Call on Hartz Sc L'llemever, dru
"ists, and get a free trial bottle
Kcirular size U cents and 1. Kverv
Ijotlle guaranteed or price refunded.
A l.rttrr of Aillor.
A son of Krin apjxirtfl at themoney
order witifJow of a postolliee- and said
that he wnuNfl to "sind some money
to onhl lir. laii.l."
"Fill out this blank," said the clerk,
hamlini; the .-ipplicant one of the
blanks used on such .occash his.
"An phwat is lh.it?" jiskod Jerry.
"It's a blank that every applicant
for a tuonev order must till out. a kind
of letter of advice regarding the mon
"An phwat lias a letther of advice
pot to do wj.I mctsiiidin tin dollars to
ine ouM mother?"
"A letter of advice to the postmaster
win-re the money Is to le paid must
always po with a money order."
Jerry went away from the window.
grumbling and mystitied.
After half an hour of painful effort
at a hish desk provided for the public
at one end of the km mi Jerry returned
to IN' window aiifl.b.'inded in this "let
ter of advice to the postmaster at
"lienr Moike-Oi'm tould i i must
fiivo yez a bit :iv advice lefore. you'll
bo all to pay ine ould mother the two
pounds Oi'm siudiu a Ions with this. So,
Moiko. Oi would advise yez to come to
Amerlky an et a job at kapinj; jost
t dice, for It's iHiuit postortices they
lias here, an oi've u doubt the pay is
tiu toiines phwat It is wid yez. So now
1h; sure an pay me ould mother the
two jHMinds. for Oi've done as the law
says and sint yez a letther of advice.
PULPIT AND PEW.
An old Georgia darky, on beinp asked
if lie believed the whale swallowed
Jonah, replied: "Yes, snh. Jonab didn't
have now bars else ter po. 'kase bouse
rent wuz due an de bailiffs wnz arttr
A calm at sea resembles that artifi
cial sleep which Is produci-d by opium
In an ardent fever: the disease Is sus
pended, but no good U derived from it.
Bargain seekers should not fail to
Tisit the dining rooms of The Mrs.
Clark company, 151-153 Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, which is the very een
tr of the shopping district. " This
restaurant has the finest cuisine and
service in the city and the prices are
moderate. The restaurant for men
only, on the seventh floor of the Asso
ciation building. 153 ISalle street, s
also rum bv this company, and is
equally invitiDg and attractire.
ooo op-oppQQgflggfi ggfiflJZJ?JL
There will 1 services in the vari
ous churches tomorrow as follows:
Trinitv Episcopal, corner of Sixth avenue
and Nineteenth .tr?et. Hev. R. F. Sweet S. T.
U.. reetor. Earlv celebration at ' a. m. Sun
dav school at f.l.i a. in. Matins and celebra
tion at 10:4.s a m. Kv n song at P- m.
Trinity Episcopal, corner ot Fouru avenue
and Seventh street. Her. R. F. Sweet. S. T. D..
rector. Even soni? and Sunday school at 2:30
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, corner of
Second avenue and Fourteenth street, Rer.
Thomas Mackin. dean and pastor. Mass at ? a.
m. and 10:30 a. m. Vespers at S p. m. Sunday
school at tp.m.
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic. Twenty
eitrbih street and Fifth avenue. Rev. J. F Lock
nev. pastor. Mass at 8 and H':.T0 a. in. Sunday
school at --' p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. m.
St. Mary's GennanCatno'.ic. corner of Fourth
avenue and Twenty-second street. Rer. F. J.
INiettkin. pastor. MaM at Sand 10:30 a. m.
Vespers at 3 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
German Lutheran, corner of Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A. Mennicke
pastor. Services at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Urace English Lutheran, corner of Forty
fourth street and Seventa avenue. Rev. Joseph
L. Murphy pastor. Services at 10:46 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Communion will follow tnornlas;
service In she eveninir a gpe-cial son service
in which Mrs. J. L. Murphy. Mrs T. li. Reidy
and others will take part.
Swedisn Lutheran, correr of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue, hev. Carl K. Slatt.
pastor. Services at HI a. m and 7: p. m.
Zion Swedish Lutheran. 45i Seventh ave
nue. Hev. J. li. Pa nine nr. pastor. Services at
10:lb a. m. and 7: p. tu. Sunday school at 9:30
German Evangelical, Ninth street bet ween
Fifth and Sixth avenues, services at 10:30 a.
m. and 7:30 p. tu. Sundav school at 9 a. m.
First BapiLst. corner of Thira avenue and
Fifteenth street, Hev. i:eorre H. Simons, pas
tor. Services at li':f a. in. at.d ?:3t p. m.
Mornint; subject: Our Present Needs:" even-
: .. . r fn ,.i..n-- cKv..l
at W'30 a. in.. S J. U'ooeiD. supenmendent. B.
Y. P. U. ate-fOp. m. Junior Union at 2:30
Free Swedish mission, corner of Eleventh
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday school at 2
p. m. Prayer meelic? inureaay at ( p. m.
Emanuel Baptist. 7 Forty-fourth street
Rev. C. W. Woodruff, pastor. Sunday school
at 3d. m. ll.Y. 1' L.nUP.m.
Second Baptist. Tenth street and S ixth ave
nue. Kev. L 1. Wilson, pantor: services at
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school from 1
to 1 d. m.
S w edish Baptist. comerof Twenty-first street
and urih avenue. I'reacmn? at l'J:io a. in.
auii 7:.'iO d. m. hv Kev. K. Kosmark.
First Methodist, corner of Fifth avenue and
Nineteenth street. Rev. C. O. Mct.uuoch
n:kStor. Services at lf:l a. m. and 7::0 p.
Mominir subject. Hrotherly Love: ' evenlnu'.
Acnaii the Troubier or Israel. sunaii
school at f::Xi a. tu. Junior League at 2:30 p.
m l.nwortb Ix-'U'-'ue at fi:' p tu.
German Methodist, corner of Sixth avenue
and Fourteenth street. Kev. F. Is. l.itzrodt
Dastor: services at 10:40 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school atK:l.a. m.. J. J. Hvg, super
intendent. Epworth League at 7. Junior
Leairue at 2 t. m.
African Methodist. Fourteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Kev. C. H. Thomas, pastor.
Services at I0.4S a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 12:30 p. m.
Broadway lresbyterlan, corner of Twenty
third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. S
Marquis, pastor. Services at 10:4.S a. m. and
7::ii d. m. PreachiiiL' in the mornini; bv Rev
H I- Hason. of l'bicio. and in the evoinst
bv Kev. J. H. I.auirulin, a missionary to China.
Sunday school at H:1.t a. m. aoung people
meeuutr at f):! p. zc.
Central Presbyterian. Second avenue, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rev
IraW. Allen. Jr.. pastor. Serviresat 10:45 a
m and 7:30 p m. 1'ieacliiri-.' in '.lie mornint.' by
Kev. .1. li. Donaldson, of uaverip jn: in tn
eveu'nir by the pastoron "John Calvin " Sun
day school at :15 a. tu. VuuiiB people":
Ei-e: nit at :3f p. m.
United Presbyterian. Third avenue and Four
teenth .street. Kev. u. l.. icary. oastor.
Services at I' :li a. u; anil 7:30 p. m. Momm
.Minjfi-t. - Christ and Caccheus. ' eveniunr
' .1 hi. is Isc iri t. tlie Hetraver. "-- fourlh ia tb
ser.es of ' Hidle H-.nrons. Sunday school a
i: iJ a. ia. V. P. I", at 7 p. in.
Aiken Street Chapel. Presbyterian. South
Rock Island. Kev. I. W. Allen. Jr.. pastor: Sun
day school at 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor
meeting at 1 p. m. Serviced every Tuesday at
7:30 p. in.
South Park Chapel. Presbyterian. Elm stree
and Fifteenth avenue. Kev. W. S. Marquis,
pastor: aumlay school at Z.M p. m.
Memorial Christian. Rev. T. W. Grafton, pa
tor. Services at I": is a. m. and 7:.io p. m
MorniiiK subject. "Tea Thousand of His
Sa:nis. ' In the eveniuif tber will be a spo
cnii iriurram in commemoration ot rorefaih
ers' Day. Snnilay school at fc:15 a. m. Y. P. S
C. h. at : p. ui
Twenty-ninth Street Sunday School. Chris
tian, seventh avenue and Twenty-ninth street.
Kev. T. w. Grarton. pastor, aunday school at
2:30 p. m. Charles S. Wanifiin. superintendent
Miss Etta Tanner, secretary. Prayer mee'inK
euuesuay evening at :4 .
Salvation Army Barracks. lvv Second ave
enue. services as ronows: Kcee drill at 7 a.
m., holiness meetinir at 10:30 a. m.. christians
meeting at 3 p. m., salvation meeting at 7:30
First Church of Christ, Scientist. Twenty
third street between Seventh and Ninth ave
nues. Subject for morning and eveniou' Ever
lasting Punisbment " Sunday school follows
the morcinjr nervice. Wednesday evening
m-eiioif at 7:3i. Reading rooms open every
Hiiemwii, except ououiy, irom s to 4.
Y. M. C. A. Huildinp, corner of Third avenue
ana nineteen tn street. Services at 3:30 p. m
Arronni Idk For the Shortace.
"Urimble seems to have a good deal
more money than lirains."
"Yes. All he inherited from his fa
ther was the money." Cleveland Plain
"Vfefcome. Evil. If
Thou Contest Alone."
One evil that cannot come
alone is impure blood. If
this as allowed, it is at
tended by kindred ailments
galore. This condition
means that every vein and
artery of the body, instead
of carrying to the organs a
health-giving flcrw of life,
is laden ivith a slozu and
impure fluid that is harm
ing instead of healing.
It is vnforiurutie 'when there is "bad
blood" inside of you. Hood" s Sarsa-
p&ul& wd not nuke enemies friends.
but it nn2r rrutke "bad blood" good
blood, and blood should be of the best
quality. Hood" s never disappoints.
Grip "After a severe attack of grip.
my health mas poor. I got no relief un
til I used Hood' s Sarsapanla. tvhich did
uhaf fvas needed, purifed my blood."
M. M. Stewart, Orizaba. Miss:
Liver Troubles "My fvife nd J
Are advanced in years and have derived
great benefit from Hood" s SarsaparULa
for lever aid stomach. We do not think
of being tviihout it and Hood's PCls."
Hiram Hervey. Bliss field, SMich
The Body's Purifier.
The kidneys and liver act as
purifiers for the human body.
The blood, which is the life,
Is relieved by them of all poison
ous and effete matter.and passes
onward to energize and vitalize
the entire system.
Most important, then, is it
that these organs should ade
quately perform their proper
functions, and happily an aent
exists which, when they become
disordered, congested and all
clogged up, can restore them
quickly to their normal healthy
It has blessed the world for
twenty-five years, and is known
as Warner's Safe Cure. It has
saved thousands of lives, and
to-day the only known specific
for all diseases and weaknesses
of kidneys and liver.
Hundreds Tell of the Change
Which They Have Felt.
Hmy! f pills cor l!r IIU: tb oon lmtutr.( aod
.only ctihmrot to Imkg with Hood fmpr1llv
The Time Conies for Rock Island People
to Tell What Has Been Done
The time has come when people jn
Rock Island feel , the change. Many
people in this citv have given volun
tary endorsement of the great change
they have felt after using Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids will cure a lame back
kidney backache, urinaiy and kidney
disorders, sleeplessness, restlessness
and nervousness. We alwav3 like to
give reference as to the merits of Mor
row's Kid-ne-oids and this time refer
rou to Miss Lizie Johnston, S13 Fill
more street, Davenport, Iowa, who
says: "I have been in very bad con
dition with kidney trouble; it was ini
possible for me to sleep and I got no
rest day or night. I was extremely
nervous and bad a severe pain across
the small of my back. My inos
alarming and distressing symptom
was a very excesuve and frequent
discharge of the secretions of the kid
neys which were in a very unhealthy
eouilition. I iloctorea lor a year or
more with physicians and was con
stautly growing worse. I took
number of patent medicines and kid
ne3' pills, f-ome for months withou
neglect, but nothing I could get would
do me any lasting good, until I got
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids at Nadler's drug
store, and took them for a few weeks
the good they did me was simply
womiertui. l mink everyone wno is
suffering with kidney trouble should
stop experimenting with doctors and
patent medicines and take Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids, because they cure.
Kid-ne-oids are for sale at M. F
liahnsen s drug store at 50 cents per
A descriptive booklet mailed upon
request by John Morrow te (Jo
Chemists, Springfield, Ohio.
Free of Charge.
Any adult suffering: from a cold
settled on the breast, bronchitis.
throat or lung troubles of anv nature.
who will call at Thomas II. Thomas
will be presented with a sample bot
tle of lioschee s German byrup, free
of charge. Only one bottle to one
person, and none to children without
order from parents.
No throat or lung remedy ever had
such a sale as Uoscbee's German Syrup
in all parts of the civilized world
Twenty years ago millions of bottles
were given away, and your druggists
will tell vou its success was marvel
ous. It is really the only "throat and
lung remedy generally 'endorsed by
physicians. One o cent bottle will
cure or prove its value. bold, bv
dealers in all civilized countries.
Jack Redeemed Himself.
A mother, indignant to find her lit
tle son very low ia his class at school.
"I am out of all patience with yon,
Jack I I should jnst like to know why
George Jones is always at the head of
Ins cl.-iss, while yon are always at the
Jack hesitated for a moment, and
then, looking his mother sqnarely in
tbo face, he said mnoceotlv:
"You forget that Jones has
clever parents!" Tit-Bits.
Brave Men Fall.
Victims to stomach, liver and kid
nev troubles as well as women, and all
leel the results m loss of appetite.
poisons in ine bioia, backache, nerv
ousness, headache and tired, listless.
rundown feeling. But there's no need
to feel like that. Listen to J. W.
Gardner, idavnie, ind. lie savs:
Electric Bitters are just the thinr
lor a man when he is all run down
ami don't care whether he lives or dies.
It did more to pive me new strength
and good appetite than anything
I could take. I can now eat anything
and have a new lease on life." Only
50 cents, at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
store. Every bottle iruaranteed.
Too late to cure a cold after con
sumption has fastened its deadly grip
on the longs. Take I)r. Wood's Nor
way Pine Svrop while yet there is
me. For sale bv Marshall & Fisher,
lta tod Va Haw kmn ftsfft
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 and re
done at lowest
Hot mmde by trail.
Black Joe Cream
It in the creamiest of &U
L. K. West. Gum Co.
611 Seventeenth St.
Rock Island, 111.
F. A, LEIT1IMC,
Street, Hock Is
Hull & Co.
Mitchell & Lynda
2025, Fourth Ave.
tieth St, and
We give the
for the least
Ask your Gro
cer for it and get
a Cook Book free.
S. A. MAGER
Second ave. and
ACADEMY OF THE
conducted by the
sisters of the visi
tation, 263i Fifth
avenue. Koek Is
land. The Acad
the new academy
will lie opened
Monday Sept. 1H.
MUSIC. ART. EL
and the languages.
AND ALL KINDS
Bides, wool & Tal
low. Highest price
paid whether in
binall or large
or car load lots.
II 22-24-26 Seventh
ave. 'Phone 4HV2,
Kock Island, 111.
then go to
24th St. and
3rd Ave. Rock
THOMAS VAN TUYL,
and all general light
113-J15 West Seventeenth street.
117 East Seven
Buy and Sell.
n. S. KACHMAN
in town to
I0O5 Second avenue.
Rock Island. 111.
AROUS I 0
WANT A' DATE.
2100 Fifth ave.
property and lots
for sale In the
E. J. Burns.
Real estate and
cy, Room 12,
Mitchell A Lynde
Uradomte 1881 of
.Eleven Years In
DR. J. R. COZINE,
Office and residence
over David Don s
store. 1415 2nd; Ave.
Kock Island, IU.
The next session
7th. K. 1-hiio-sophlcal.
For terms and full
to RKV. J. T. A.
FLAN NAG AN,
E. F. Stroehle
Chicago papers de
livered and orders
taken for sll peri
odicals. 1C1 Third avenue.
Chicago papers de
livered. 323 Twentieth
A complete line
of new and 2d
At the lowest prices.
ust Second Ave.
1 dozen heets
shelf paper 1c.
Th fc rolls
Too'b picks at
one half price.
(.let a mus-ic
and pick nut
soma of that
ATTEND THE .
Second - Street,
J. E. LARKIN
for all collec
returns on all
Ofltce 1712 Second
603 Forty-fifth St.
If you Intend do
ing any building call
Shop and residence
at No. 1234 Thirtv
eighth street, Kock
F. J. Steele, Pro.
1709 Second av.,
Your entire ward
robe cleaned and
pressed for 1 per
month. Work called
for and delivered.
rout wife's life
m'Frd. by Penn
Oil & Supply Co.
For sale by all
Rock Island Electric Co.
GAS AND '
Isolated Plants. Motors, Electrical
Supplies and Novelties, Oencral
Repairing. Estimates Cheerfully
Furnished. Private Telephones.
119 Eigijteentii Street.
2S18 Fifth Avenue.
M. T. Free
es, clocks, aad
keepers. Artistic jewel
ry making and
done. Ail work
22S aoth St.. K side
served at noon,
Lunch from 4:30 to
lirulsed beef with
and hot cakes Ibc.
John E. Jaynes,
Short order bnusa
open day or nlgbt.
Inu7 Second Ave.
a new invention.
230 Bridge Avenue,
Choice bard and
soft coal and coke,
lime, cement and
building material In
retail. Kock Island.
for Furnace Use.
Kock Ixland, 111.
In public schools.
Private vtudio in Y.
M. C. A. building.
Office hours, I to
acd 7 to Si p m. and
all day Saturdays.
Pan Cake Flour.
631 Thirty-eighth St.
O. 1). DO RAN,
CROWN & hridqe
work a specially
J. P Williamson
New and soo
1511 Second Av.
B. F. KNOX,
413 Twentieth St.
405 Ilrady Street,
322 Twentieth St.
Rock Inland. Tele
Estimates on any
Complete stock of
gas. electric and
are prepared to
do binding, bunch
ing and sharing.
Also heavy or
Drop forging a
W. T. Maslll,
Office in Miisonlc
it "i lo I '0 a. m.
1:40 to i.M p. m.
Complete line of
At Fourth Ave
nue Shot Store.