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THE AHQ-TJS. T"D ESDAY. Al rHTJST 7. 190O.
PnbUa&ed Dally ul Weekly IBM Beeona
Arsnue, Bock Island, Hi. Entered at the
Foatofflee m Seeood-ciaew muter.
IX TBI JfA.TlB or T. w.
Toaid-DiDr. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
1.00 per annum in advanoe
All communications of political or argumen
tatlva character, political or religious, must
care real name attached for publication. No
eueb artlef wUlje printed over Aetltloaa sig
natures. Correspondence aoUoited from very tows
tip in Sock Island county.
Tledat, August 7.
President. WILLIAM J. BRTAN
V'loe Preaident ADLAI E. STEVENSON
Governor. SAMUEL ALSCHTXLER
Lieutenant Governor. ELMER E. PERRY
Secretary! State.... J AMES P. O'DONNEIX
A ttorney General..
Trunteei I ....
.GEORGE B. PARSONS
.... M. P. DUNLAP
) Mrs. JULIA HOLMES SMITH
State's Attorney S". R. KENWORTHY
Circuit Clerk ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner J. E. LARKIN
Surveyor GEORGE F. MeNABNEY
J.i Hlnt. CnANO baa lost bis
tryiDg to keep from losing it.
Is China it was the country with
the smallest standing arm y which bad
the quickest moving army.
Who will haul down the flag?"
aiked Candidate McKinley from his
front porch. "I will," answered
President McKinley a9 he gave Eng
land a big slice of Alaska.
The Filipinos helped the American
troops whip Spain in the Philippines
and earned their independence. The
American administration would make
them subjects, not citizens, in their
Thk Toledo Bee aptly remarks:
When a professed christian starts to
civilize the heathen in a spirit of re-
v elite there is a suspicion that be
hasn't fot his Christianity on
lr irt not surprising that the Fili
pinos refuse to show enthusiasm over
the amnestv proclamation and the
promise of the president. They have
heard about Porto Rico's experience
Thk. wily old statesman, LI Hung
Chang, will find in the end that hon
esty is the lcst policy for him and
his country, eren if it costs him for
the time beiu" the loss of his peacock
feather and yellow jacket.
Thk Marchioness Li, wife of I A
Unng-Chang, is reckoned a great
beauty in China and is also classed as
one of the cleverest women in that
fountry. She is over sixty years old,
hat is said not to look over 85. Her
wardrobe includes nearly 4,000 gar
ments. Jons G. Johnson, of Peabody,
Kas., well known in Rock Island
through his connection with the Mod
ern Woodmen as general attorney, has
been reappointed chairman of the ex
ecutive committee of the democratic
national committee and will have the
general direction of the democratic
They are breaking the record at
Aurora. They have formed a McKin-ley-Alschuler
club there and it has a
large membership. This is because Al
echuler lives.in. Aurora and most of the
republicans there are going to vote
for him because they like him and
know that he Is honest and straight
as a string. Jacksonville will try and
get even by formiug a Bryan-Yates
club. Both men are from the college
Thk report of Grand Secretary
James B. Miller has been sent to the
Odd Fellows' lodges throughout tht
state and shows some interesting sta
tistics in regard to the order. In the
state there are 73 lodges, of which
six were instituted during the last
year. These lodges have a member
ship of 5i 416. To these members
29,569 winks' sick benefits have been
paid, or a total of $97 513 60. Four
thousand eighty-one dollars has been
paid for the relief of widows' families
and $34,005 for burying the 8ead.
The total revedue of the lodges has
'over 30 yea
has proven ta be the Bert there U lor
ft::,. Rheumatic CQmnlaints.
uk? ac ua ouc itajj aragsisu
F. At- Rich! er &
I X - ... - . M
hSSw New York. Xl
been $432,516.32. Lodges in the state
own property valued at $1,848,181.79.
This does not Include the homes for
firnh.n. nrl nM fnlfcs. Thr era
525 Khlmh lnrio-ea in the state with a;
membership of 23,788.
The Steadfast Leader.
One reason that Mr. Bryan ia so
generally respected is that be is sin
cere. He says what he thinks, and
what he thinks is generally right, j
And be does not keep quiet on any j
subject from fear that his views might
injure his political prospects. It is
because Mr. rsryan takes me position
of a statesman and a patriot rather
than that of a scheming politician in
respect to public matters that he has
such a remarkable hold on the people.
The people like a sincere man and
they are quick t9 recognize him when
be appears in public life. Savannah '
(Ua.) piews. !
If r. Bathbone'a Carriage.
E. G. Ratboone. McKinley 's direc
tor general of posts in Cuba, is a pro
tege of Dollar-Marcus Aurelius Hanna.
He Handled tne Doonie in tne tianna
senatorial campaign, and it is said be
produced some remarkable changes in
the views of the members of the leg
islature of Ohio. Be that as it may, !
he was recognized by the McKinley
administration as a man after Han-j
na's own heart, and appointed to the
important and big-ealaried office ofCu
ban director ef posts. Not contented
with his salary he received an addi
tional $5 per diem for expenses. But
even this did not satisfy his grasping
disposition. Thoroughly imbued
with the spirit of imperialism, he fur
nished himself at the taxpayers' ex
pense with a royal equipage as well
as other extravagant surroundings.
The public can see the character of
this McKinley's colonial official's
expenditures in the following charged
op for his "official" carriage:
Cost of carriage t MO 00
Amount paid to coachmen 901 20
salary oail to f 'Otmen lo 07
hei.t'of office, coachhouse, coach
men's oom and stable 715 00
Rubb-r tires for the car-age lff 03
Munuel Vallesand otbr miscellaneous
bills Inc den a- to carriage 442 79
Repairs to the carrlag - 2-3 00
One set of harne a and fixtures SJ0 0
Hat f r coacbten H 83
Boots for coaohmen 31 10
-ult for coacbm n in 3i
Jlpijapahatf r coachmen 14 3"
-hlr a for co chmen 8 -0
Uniform for coachmen 40 43
Livery lor coacl men 20 S3
tain coat for i-oachmeB as 50
Suit f r coachmen and footman 7100
PId extra to ho tie 1 0-t
Laundry for coachmen 20 00
Laundrv for coachmen 28 00
Total M.033 48
The August issue of Con key's Home
Journal is a magazine that will com
mand favorable attention. A glance
at the table of contents is sufficient to
convince any one that this popu 'ar jour
nal is the greatest of all family maga
zines. Among the most interesting
stories this month is one by Stephen
Crane, entitled West Pointer and Vol
unteer, a story of the Spanish war.
The Holy Land, by Frank E. Waska,
and The Petrified Forest, by Rev. J.
W. Hanson, are also very entertain
ing. The Old Jinrikisha. The Brides
of the Tiger and Christiaan. the Boy
of Levden. are continued from last
month. Among the special depart
ments is the first of a series of articles
on Memory and Mental Training, by
Henrv Dickson, of Chicago, that will
prove not only Interesting but fasci
aatinsr. His method is clear and
simple, and will help to make good
thinkers, interesting talkers and close
The September New Llppincott
magazine publishes complete one of
the cleverest society novels or the
year. It is called "The Dissemblers.'
The author. Thomas Cobb, is an Eng.
lishman who is much appreciated
abroad, and bis transatlantic success
is likely to be repeated in America.
So frelingly does he write about Pen
elope Darnley and her lovers that one
feels a suspicion that be may have
personated one of the lovers him
self but which one? The or
phan. Penelope, is relegated to
the tender mercies of a rather fast
woman relative in London to
await the return of the orphan's guar
dian from Calcutta. The reluctant
hostess, whose waning charms suffer
by contrast with those of her young
guest, makes things difficult for Pen
elope, who, with true fin de siecle
pirit, takes matters into her own
hands and escapes in a way that is
disconcerting to her friends. An
amusiag feature of the plot is a "nom-
iual engagement." I he guardian.
Sir Gordon Darnley, who seems bet
ter able to control political affairs
than to manage a woman, has bis
bands fall, and finally surrenders.
Besides the complete novel there are
short stories by Rev. Cyrus Townsend
Brady, Cy Warman and R. V. Risley,
and other attractive reading material.
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
J. F. Cheney & Co..
Prop., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have mown
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfeotly honorable
in .all business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm.
West & Tbcax.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O.
Waldixg. Km sax & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Half the ills that man is heir to
come from Indigestion. Burdock
Blood Bitters strengthens and tones
the stomach; makes indigestion im
possible. For sale by Marshall A
Aug. 4. Daniel Hart well to John
A. Hill, lot 4, blOCK 1, MCAlASier 8
add., ROCK Island, $3,000,
E. Baily to Ella Ley da, lot S,
. Bailey's add., Rock Island,
Ella Levda to J. C. Creuwell lot 5.
W. E. Bailey's add.. Rock Island.
W. McCaw et al to C. J. Carlson.
w lot 10, block 31, Chicago or Lower
add.. Rock Island, $800.
C. Seefeldt. Sr.. to Matilda L. See-
feldt, lots 9 and 10. block 35, Anda
Helen E. Baker et al to James P.
Temple, part outlot 14, 36. 19. le,
Aug. 6. Gust Applequist to Abra
ham Rutofsky. part lot 7. block 62.
Chicago or Lower add.. Rock Island,
Henry Lemburg to John H. Ross.
wj lot 9. block 51, Chicago or Lower
add.. Rock Island, $150.
Licensed to Wed. .
Max D. RoaenfMd Moime
Miss Ma lid Hirssh .Mfjlne
rank O Pressing Molln
Miss reckla iersoa Moline
Kr nk Ca.kanett I avenport
Mis Mary Romaa Davenport
iold! Hold! Goldt
The latest El Dorado Is reported to be on
Nome City Beach Alaska. Thousands of peo
ple are bosteniotr there, many of whom will
return broken In health. Of what avail Is gold
when health is g toe Guard your health with
the best of all medicines Hottetter's Stom
ach Bitten and you will always have true
wealth The Bitters are for people who have
abased their stomachs, or are naturally weak
It will regulate the bowels, stir np-the liver.
Invigorate the kidneys, and abiolutely cure
liidlgestion. constipation, malaria, chills and
fever It Is a natural tonic, absolutely free
from dangerous narcotics. It should be taken
to protect the system from chills -ana (ever
and malarial attacks. It's a good medicine to
keep on hand.
Does It Pay to Bay Cheap T
A cheap remedy for coughs and
colds is all right, but you want some
thing that will relieve and cure tne
more severe and dangerous rults of
throat and lung troubles. What shall
you do? Go to a warmer and more
regular climate? Yes, if possible; if
not possible for you, then in : either
case take the only remedy that has
been introduced in all civilized coun
tries with success in severe throat and
lung troubles, "Boschee's German
Syrup." It not only heals and stim
mates the tissues to destroy the germ
disease, but allays inflammation,
causes easy expectoration, gives a
good night's rest, and cures the pa
tient. Try one bottle. Recommend'
ed many years by all druggists in the
woild. bample bottles at X. xi
It Helped Win Battles.
Twenty-nine officers and men wrote
from the front to say that for
scratches, bruises, cuts, wounds, sore
feet and stiff joints, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve is the best in tne world, same
for burns, skin eruptions and piles.
25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed,
Sold by Hattz & Ullemeyer, drug
David City, Neb., April 1. 1900
Genesee Pure Food company, Le Roy,
N. Y. Gentlemen: I must say in
regard to Grain-O that there is noth
ing better or healthier. We haye
used it for years. My brother was a
great coffee drinker. He was taken
sick and the doctor said coffee was the
cause of it, and told us to use Grain-
O. We got a package, but did not
like it at lirst, but now we would not
be without it. My brother has been
well ever since we started to use it,
Yours truly, Lillie Sochor.
Best Way to Core Backache.
Backaches are caused by disorder in
the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure
will mn.Vn the kirinpvs ricrht. Vcir b1a
J by all druggists.
The lack of energy you feeL the
backache and a run down condition
generally, all mean kidney disorder.
Foley's Kidney Cure will restore your
strength and vigor by making the
kidneys well. For sale by all diug
Bar tk Ths Kind Yw Haw Alwaw Boutfa
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois,
Rock Island County, f 50
In the circuit court. In chancery. Foreclos
ure General No. 4751.
Eimore H. M afford v Clara Connor, Thomas
O. Connor. Maui ttz Pearson. Anna Pearson
Arthu Pearson nd Clara Connor, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Andrew Pearsoa, de
ceased Notice Ls hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above en
title 1 cause, on the four eenth day of J ly.
A D. 1 shall, on Saturday, the fifteen-h
day of Septemoer. A. D. I90U. at the houroftwo
o clock in the afternoon, at theEaat doorof th
Court Home, in the city of Koi k isla .d. in s id
county of Kock Island, tosis y said decree,
sell at public -ven me to the h ghest bidder
for ca?h those certain parcels of land. sitate in
toe county of Mock Island and state of Illinois,
known and desctibed as follows, to-wit:
Lot tea (10) ana the north hair Ci) of lot
eleven (II) In William A. Nourse addition to
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this seventh
day of August, A. D. 19iM.
El.WIJt K. PARMINTtB,
Master in Chancery, Rock Island County. I1L
Jackson A. Hcbst, Complainant's Solicitors.
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Are. JUST TEX THIN 3.
We make them giving yoa
twelve different peetUoae In
the dozen. Better ones with
eight, six. four, three and two
different positions la the dos
ea. Anregnlarar Boasted
la the latest finish at
C E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper HoaM, Beeoad Ave.
OHO l under snrrc-v; hasiouir
tance axles, brass ImihImnI rubber head
springs, brood elorn trimmincs, la-ap. cur
taln, suu-ha ! pnle or shaft'; same a re
tills fur 50 to T5 more than our price.
Our r-rire. (l IO.
exclusively. For 27 years v
for the same money, or the
Xo. t07. Extension Top Surrey
double fenders. latnD. curtains. Ktor
apron, pole r shafts; U as fine as retails for
to0 more than our price. Our price, gHO.
Elkhart Carriage and Harness Manufacturing Go,
THE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM
and Independent slate writer has perma
nently located In Davenport and can dally be
consulted on all questions of life at 1108 Har
MADAM ALBIA: CLAIRVOYANT. PALM
1st and Telepathic healer, expe ienced
and reliable. Competent advice on all mat
ters Hours 9 a. m to 8 p. m. 1S08 Fourth
avenue. Letters answered.
PALMISTRY. TRUE AS PHRENOLOGY
"As is your hand so is your life." Desbe
rols. Pust. present and future. The
Psychl. Palmist, Astrologer and Spir
itual Life Reader of Boston. Mass . is
In your city for a limited time, tibe comes
higi-ly recommended by tbe public and press,
armed with testimonials from 'h se she has
read and benefited She ht dev. ed years
to the study of palmistry and clalrvoyancy
and all tbe science of tbe Orient. tns devel
oping her wonderful gift of psychic power
which will irreat'y benefi all who consult her.
tier method of reading your life will appeal
to your reason and confidence, and guide
you In busicess. home or social affairs every
thing. All welcome. Fees. 35c, &0o. SI up
wards Hours: l to 9 p. m. Your needs can be
reached. Consultation free. 1&!7 Second
OOMNEOT8 DIRBOT WITS
Summer Tourists Rates.
VTA LAKE AND KAIL
TO ALL POINTS
EAST AND WEST
For Particulars Inquire at
Passenger Station, city Ticket Of.
R. I. P. Depot. 1S03 Second Ave.
'Phone 111S. 'Phone 1040.
L. F. BERRY,
Gam. Pass. Agfa
Boom 49 MclUiai Bids. P lions 5 S
Extended toars onder -the
management of tbe
AMERICAN TOURIST ASSOCIATION
Reau Campbell. Gen. Man. lt3 Marquette
BuULnjr. ChtcaKO, JiL. Pullman Sleeptnr and
Dining C.ra ieae Chicago lueday. Aug. 7 and
CI. at 10 p m. via Caicauo, HlLWiCKU A ST.
Tickets Include All Expenses Every
Address GEO. II. HKAFFOED.
vicacral Passenger Agent, Chicago. HL
1 A t4y "
that there Is money
saved in buying
direct from the
The profits between the man
ufacturer and consumer .
We Save You these Profits
We are the largest manufactur
ers of Vehicles and Harness in the
e have conducted business on this plan. We give you better quality
same quality for les3 money than the dealer, jobber or supply agent.
Vie Ship. Anywhere For
Wo make 178 stales of vehicles
and 05 styles of harness.
This advertisement will ap
pear only a,.feuV times you
may be reading tiie last inser
tion. Our Large Catalogue
shows every Vehicle and Har
ness we make and gives prices.
WANTED A LAUNDRY GIRL AT THE
WANTED TWO GIRLS AT WRIGHT'S
restaurant, 1B23 siecond aveme.
WANTED GIRL FOR HOU EWORK AT
30 Eleven. u street. o cooking.
WANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at M Fourth avenue.
IXT ANTED A DINING ROOM GIRL. AT
v once, at Wright's restaurant, 1923 Sec
TT7ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
vT housework. Apply at 2103 Fourth ave
nue. rTTANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
vv at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
r ourtn street.
rtTANTWD IMMEDIATELY. GIRL FO"
vv general housework. Apply at 1036
'i wenty-nrst street.
rtTANTED-A GIRL OP 14 OR 15 YEARS
vv to do a little lljfht housework. Inquire
at wo Tweirin street.
rTTANTED-FOU-t LADY CANVASSERS.
v Good references required. Apply 1134
Third avenue afterii p. m.
VTTANTFD A WOMAN COOK. MUST BE
vv unencumbered. Wages 4i per week.
Address care aucih
WANTED WORK IN PRIVATE FAMILY
or by tbe d-y or wet k. Call at 111
Th'rteentb street, upstairs.
WANTED THREE FIRST-CLASS LADY
solicitors to tune orders for a- entirely
new article. Address V. D. X., a Rous office.
WANTED GODPFNM AN AND TYPE
writer, lady preferred: stte experi
ence and sala-y expected. Address "B 100."
A BO ITS.
WANTED TWO OR THREE Ft-'RISHED
or unfurnished rooms for light house
keeping: co children. Address "a 20," care
WA NTED GOOD. RELI A BLE OILSALES
man. on commission or sal try. Ar dress
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
WANTED FOR CASH, FIVE AUTOMAT
IC s'ot machines. -tate make ard
price. F. K. Leonard, 274 North CUrk street,
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKF.EP
er by cmpeteat voung woman. Ref
erences furnished on application. Address
J. E. tl., ABiiCs. ,
WANTED TWO LADIES ENERGETIC
and i eai appearing for soliciting. A
money maker for rlirht parties. Address P.
O. box 2C4, Kock Island.
J ANTfD T WO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicited for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. f Ml chell A Lytde building, be
tween S and 6 p.m.
CTTA NT KD WO YOUNG MEN OF GOOD
v addres to ac- a salesmen. Go d iqr
ducementx to ritcht parties. Call after 6 pm.
at 1134 Third avenue.
WA NTED ACTI V EYOUNG mXn. 18 TO
20 to woik in Hardware and cutlery
store. State wages wanted and references.
Add-ess hears, AR ira office.
t ANTED-POSI ION BY LADY GRADU-
ate In senograpy and hookk eping
Will commence on modera e salary. Address
'F,"403 Eight-enth street. Moline 111.
r ANTFD BOY B TT 14 years Id (must
v be small), for detectiv o k Dajligbt
shadow!, g (id wages to rieht party. Ad
dress Detective.'- eare Aftscs office.
1XTANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
v (or accident insurance: one who can
devote sufficient time to tbe bus ress to make
it proBtaole. Address "'E. M." a Rous.
WANTED A POSITION TO DO HOUSE
work oce hxlf of each day. Sm 11 pa-:
object hom more th in wages. Reference
glren. Address Miss Carson, care Abgcs.
II' ANTED HURTLING AGENTS TO8EL1
v our incandescent gasoline la in oh Eanl
burner produces KMtcandia pjer light: al
stores watt them: good itducr-ment to rella
tie salesm n. Tb Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Mansfield. Ohio.
ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monrs. watches, jewelry, bard war.,
murieal i siruments bicycle, clnthinif. drr
go 'ds. furniture, etc Hicrbest cm price
t aid for sreond hand goods of all krds also
Tbe ab te goods tor sale at half the usu I
stor prices. 11 business transactions s'ricil
confld ntiaL Hi. new number and location.
Second avrnue. Don't forget it. J. W.
Jooea. Two rings on 137.
MONET TO LOAN.
MOtfEY TO LOAN-IN ANT AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L Coyne,
30 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
UTONET TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
ill. gage loans by W. H Eastman. 1 71 Sec
ond avenue, without pubilty or removal. He
m.mn makes eoHeetlnfia hard ones a specialty
PSYCHO MAGNETIC HEALER.
DR. A. L. THOMI"S" TREATS AU.
chronic diseases, functional disorders,
nervous aid mental trouoles. Consultation
free. 107 r ourvu itcbuc
K: Si. Pneumatic Wagon with Ko. I
two Inch Pneumatic Tires; 34 and SA-tn.
wheels, full ball-bearing axles, Bai.ey body
loops and shaft coupler, line Whipcord
trimmlne and high ersilertntsh: Is as One as
retails for ;5 more than our pries. Our
price, complete with high bend shaft. gl IS
world selling to the consumer
Jfe. Ot Fancy Bugiry with figured
pltish trimmlUKS. Is Complete In every way
and as fine as retails for tS5 more than our
price. Our price, with shafts, 835,
FOR KENT A 4-KOOM COTTAGE AT 1132
Nineteenth street Inquire at 3C3 Twen
FOR RENT-ONE OR TWO NICELY FUR
nished front rooms in private family, to
eitter ladies or gentlemen. Inquire 12-3 Third
FOR KENT FURNISHED ROOMS, AT S06
Fifteenth street, with all modern con
veniences. FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
room or suite of rooms at 514 Twenty
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOMSUITA
ble for two persons. Call at H508 Second
avenue; second floor.
tnOR RE VT A LARGE FRONT ROOM.
A? furnished One of the beat locations in
the city. 1303 Second avenue.
ClOU RENT NINE-ROOM HOUSE. MOD-
-' era conveniences, elegant lona Ion, pos
session July 12. Call at &10 Forty-third street.
ClOR RENT A NICET.Y FURNISHED
a.' second floor room: outside entrance;
southeast exposure. Gentleman preferred
Apply at 2801 seventh avenue.
XilOR RENT AT U"2 StCOND AVENUE
U large rooms well furnished: gis. bath.
stetm r.est. firsc-clas home able. Best
location in the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
fOR SALE A GOOD FAMILY CARRIAGE
Apply at David Don s.
iOR SALE A WELL BUILT BARN,
i? quire at Eighth avenue.
IOR SALE NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE AT
s?6 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.
OK SALE A NICE LITTLE BAY
horse. Inquire at 2ft Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE A LATE IMPROVED SMTTH
Premler typewriter. Inquire of Harper
TJIOR SALE A 8-ROOM HOUSE ON SIXTH
A! avenue near Twenty-eighth street for
S3.300, by Hull & Co.
TTIOR SALE '"R TRADE A STORE BUILD-
aj ing for real es ate In South Rock Island
Apply at 1427 Second avenue.
"C10R SALE CHEAP TWO 5-ROOM COT-
A tages and ne 10-room donble house. In
quire at 825 Twelfth treet.
TjlOR SALE CHEAP. ONE FULL BLOOD
L' Holsteln cow, 're b last April. Eastman
A Co., 1712(4 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A 1-STORY COTTAGE. I91B
Nin'h avenue, a, a bargain. Inquire of
a. m. iiruner, at v. h. u. A. Dunaing.
CX)R SALE FIRST-CLASS PIANO, BAR
A? gain. If taken at once Apply Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west of Elm street on
TTIOR SALK A FINE, HIGII BUILDING
A? lot on Nineteenth street between Elev
enth and Tweirth avenues, cheap for cash
Address ' P. M.," care of A rods.
CX)R SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
r lot 80x150. nine rooms, hath room and
laundry. bet ween Eleventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
FOR SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
dltlon by E. J. Burns, room 12. Mitchell A
Lynde building. These lo's are on bixth ave
nue, between Twenty-elgbtb and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth, avenur or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur
PERSONAL ADDRESS M. J. QUIVN AT
Kockfurd, 111, 211 South Court street.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE OF HOUSE
boid goods at 8 3 Ninth street ev rv at
e noon and evening till U are sold. William
tjlOB SALE COAL IN ANT QUANTTY
. of 50 bushels or over at 12.75 per ton, de
vered C. O. D. to any part of the city,
.eave orders at Commercial house barber
iop, Rock Island, or Knoa James, Milan
RAGS. RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2211 Fourth He
me If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
' will come to your nouse and pay you from
SO to 7 per hundred for rags. All calls will re
ceive prompt attention. iJ. F. Klugger.
JP. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS. AND
exchanges all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer ar,d sells
cheaper, a U kinds of s'ove ret airing and
cleaning done aiao. J. P. Williamson, j&n
PYOTJ WANT TO BUY. SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
dtnatlon. the Mail is the one paper In Moline
that can do It for yon.- Mali warns are popu
lar mod Mall wants bring results One-half cent
per word ia the price to all alike, cash In ad
fAoee. 2-cect stamps vlil do. Evening and
Sunday Mall, MUlae, LL
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
For Invalids to Get Cared Free of Charge
by Celling on the BrltUlt Doctors
at No. lOOS Second Avenue
Before August IS.
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical in
stitute have, at the urgent solicitation
of a large number of patients under
their treatment in this vicinity, estab
lished a permanent branch of the in
stitute in this city at No. 1002 Second
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely
free for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all invalids who may call
upon them for treatment between now
and Aug. 15. These services consist
not only of consultation, examination
and advice, but also of all minor sur
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and the af
flicted, and, under no condition what
ever will any charges bo made for any
services rendered lor three months to
all who call before Aug. 15.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee a
cure in every case they undertake. At
the first interview a thorough exami
nation is made, and, if incurable, vou
are frankly and kindly told so; also
advised against spending your money
for useless treatment
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, also rupture.
goitre, cancer, varicocele, and all dis
eases of the rectum, are positively
cured by their new treatment.
- Dr. E. Valentine Heaton, the chief
'consulting surgeon of the institute,
is in personal charge
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p.
m. Not open Sundays.
Summer Prices at McKown's.
We handle the cetebrated West
Virginia Smokeless, Pocahontas
and New River. Also Cross
Ceeek and Lehigh Valley An
Phone 1198, Fifteenth street and
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County. ( "s-
County Court of Kock Island County, to the
September term. A D., lSHX).
Reynolds Hays, administrator of the estate of
William Hays, decea-ed. v-. Joseph Hays,
Wili-m K liny s, Jonn Havs. Emery Hays,
W lilfatn F. UGy. Martha Kan:
Affidavit of non-resideuce of Joseph Hays,
Emery Hays and Will am Havs. Jr. ue
fenaants above named having been filed In
the olllceof the clerk of the county court of
Rock Iland county, notice is hereby givou
to the said Joseph Hays. Emery Hays und
Willi an Hays. Jr . that tbe oaid plaintiff, Rey
n Ids Hays, admin strator or the estate of
William Hays, deceased, ha filed bis oetlrluu
in the sld uunt- c- rt of nock Island vnunty
ior -n order to sell the premises belonging to
the estate of t-al-1 deceased, or so much of It
as may be needed to pay tbe dolus of said de
ceased, nd described - follows tn-wk:
Part of tbe no tbeast one fourth Ct) of the
southwest one-fourth (') of spcIou Thlriv
six (3ft) in to -nsh-p number Klxtetn (IA) north
range number five (5) w est of the 41 h principal
meridian in the County of Rock Island and
taie of lilnoW and that a summon has been
issued out of said oourt against you. returna
ble at tbe September t rm. A. D , 1W0O .of said
court, to be bolden on the 3d day o' Septem
ber, A. D. 1900. a the court hou-e In Kock Isl
and, i'i Rock Island county, Illinois
Now, unless you, tbe said Joseph Hsys.
Emery H ys and W-liiam Havs. Jr. shall
personally be and appeal before tbesald county
court of Rock Island count v. on the firs day
of the next term thereof, to be holden at
Rock Island In said county, on the 3d day
of September, a. D. 1V00. and plead, answer
or demur to tbesald complainants petition
filed therein, the same and the matters and
thlngr therein charged and stated will be
taket. as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
Kock Inland, Illinois. July 28 IS).
H. H HrBBAHi. Clerk
Scarlx A Marshall. Complainant s Solioi
Notice of Publication Ia Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, (
in tne circuit court of said Kock Island
co nty. In chancery.
Rock Island Plow company, complainant.
vs. Ada mllb rtbur smith. Myrtle Hen ler.
Hazel Henaler. Thomas Moore, George Moore,
Moore, wife or said Ge nre Moore, and
ihe unknown own-rs of the undivided one-
tenth pa t of lot seven (7), in block tour (4.
In th -t part f tbe city of ock Island in tbe
county of Kock Island and state of Illinois,
known and described as the Chicago or Ier
addition to said city of Kock island, defend
ants. To Ada Smith. Arthur Smith. Hazel Hen ler.
Tnotnas Moo e. Gworg"- Moore, Moore,
wife of said George M ore and the unknown
owners of tbeur.riividcd one-t nth part of lot
seven l") in block Tour d). In th i p-irt of the
city o' Kock Is and. In the county of Kock Inl
and ana mate 01 ia nois. Known ana orw-nnuo
as tbe Chicago or Ixjwer addl-ion 10 said city
of Rock IsUnd, defendants in the aoove en
titled suit and each and every one of them.
Notice is bcrebv irlven th ,t tne above nutiea
suit Ls now pendiog In said court and tb:i . sum
mons has Deen is eo against ou tnerein:
row. unless vou ball t-cj-sona lv be and ap
pear before the said court on tbe H-st day of
tne next term tn reor. to ie noitr-n in ine
court house In the city of Kock Injur a in
the county of Kock Isl d, st-te of
Jlinoi-'. on tbe third Monday or Seo-
t em rer next, to which time and pla';e said
mammons N made rel jrnable. ar.rl rx'pt.
pie d, answer r demur to tbe bill -rom plain
in s id s I- filed, that tbe same will be tkkea
for co fssel as against you and decree enter.
Dau-d at Hoes isiana i i.,tnisiztnaayoijuty,
A. L. va.
GFSB.r.z v. uambi.i (.lent or baia court.
IlEXBrCcsnu, Solicitor for Complainant.
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