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THIS ABG-TJ8. THURSDAY. OCTOBEBl l i," 100.
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rare. Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Bock Island county.
Thcksdat, October 11.
President. WILLIAM J. BRYAN
Vice President ADLAI E. STEVENSON
Governor SAMUEL A LSCHULER
Lieutenant Governor- ELMER E. PERRY
Secretary of State....JAMESF.ODONNELL
Auditor GEORGE B. PARSONS
Treasurer M. P. DUNLAP
Attorney General JAMES TODD
Trustees 1 JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
CtlTerHity Of 1,'HARLhS HUSS
Illinois. Mm. JCUA HOLMES SMITH
M. C. Tenth Distil ;t L. li. DtFORREST
MSIuttiS2.01;- Joa F-SMIT"
State's Attorney S. It. KKN WORTHY
Circuit Clerk ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner..... J. E. LARK1N
Surreyor GEORGE P. MeNABNEY
It has developed that the New York
ice trust is wholly controlled by re
publican politicians. This explains
why Gov. Roosevelt has refrained
from shooting the New York ice trust
in the Lack.
Through advices from Constanti
nople the result of the census of
f.l.m i -h:l. T .-, r I ho- Loon t.Llnn
becomes known. It gives the total
number of Mohammedans in the
world as 190,600. 000.
'TiimtK are no trusts that mjnre
the people." said Mr. Hanna a few
days ago. Hut when there was a
nriMrP"t that the hs.rd cnul trust
inint injure Mr. McKinley it was
diOrrent. Mr. MiKinlfy i sacred;
the people are nothing.
The use of power in the extension
of American institutions ptesenta su
inconsistency whose evil and danger
(.us tendency ought to Le npparem to
ah who love the institution.'" and uu
dfrstaud ther motives ;inJ nurpostM
drover Cleveland to Anli-Impori.il
J-tfague, Oct. H.
Thk republican oflicial of Cripple
rpote. whrt mmlt; lliij su ciileil Victor
mob to order, is uow calmly awaiting
'his reward. Investigation shows that
he instigated a f.-inod attack upuii
(lov. Iloosevclt for the mirivose of cx-
iting partisan sentiment. The re
publican party appears to be in hard
Thk republicans are greatly elated
over the fact that former President
Benjamin Harrison is not opposed to
McKinley. The g. o p. has become
so accustomed to tho disgust of its
great men with the latter day re pre
sentativesof the McKinley and llanna
stripe, that when it finds one worthy
of the name who still sticks they are
unable to contain themselves.
Congressman Lokimkr, running
for congress in the Second district of
Illinois, bases bis hopes of election
on the fact that he has steadily op
posed the policy of the administra
tion. He is .asking the republican
party to reelect him because he dis
agreed with the president and op
posed Dim on tlie Hour of the bouse.
A man whs supports Lorimer cannot
consistently vote for McKinley.
A Minneapolis newspaper man
whu h-.? just returned from a perilous
trip of CO) miles tip the eat shore of
KuJhun bar, suvs be was told by
K.Hkimos whom he met that a "s-ky
boat hail coiuo into the region on
the extreme northeast shore of the
bay two years before, that it came to
ground, and that the savages who In
habit that country had killed the
white mei In it. This, he is con
vinced, was Andree's polar balloon.
Warring on Organised Labor.
The concessions GiT-sred by the hard
coal trust to its striking miners em
phasize the fact that the real wr is
on organized labor. The coal trnst is
lnt upon the destruction of the
L fitted Mine orkers of America.
Mark llanna has shown that there
is a close alliance between the coal
under GERMAN LAWS,
is Excellent far
PAINS IN CHEST,
Sides Joints, Rheumatism, etc.
DO. RICrTTER'S WorU-Renewaea
One well-known person letter outot cny
Knowing that Dr RitiJ
"AXTMOR FAIN CXPELLER";
eiries received The merited;
- i ' endorsement of nunv Dhu.
jE sveians and also other peo-!
add my endorse merit. I
o 2Sc and 0c at all lininliu or tnroam
nr.U. Blekttr Ca 1 J Pearl SU, SW lark J
3S HIGHEST AWARD J.
k ncon. nwwat ana f-.au v.
trnst and the republican party.' Ia
the interest o( the latter the former
qnickty agreed to par the miners a
trine more mouey. Bat it tiea a
string to this agreement. It would
pay the advance, les. Kut it would
do this only as the price of disunion.
And Hanna accepted the condition.
So the miners mar get a piitry 10
per cent increase of wages . through
Mark Han na'a powerful mHuence u
they will consent- to destroy their own
organization. And when their organ
ization has been destroyed, they may
then accept any terms the coal trust
3 hall see fit to offer. They will then
be powerless to resist.
Organized labor may make up its
mind to this: Organized monopoly
has decreed its destruction, and . the
act ion of Mark Hanna in accepting J.
Fierpont Morgan's condition, follow
ing President McKinley's suppression
of unionism ,in Idaho with United
States troops at the behest of the
standard oil trust, indicates plainly
enough that organized labor has its
deadliest foe in the republican party.
. B Is Fine Keeord.
Maj. McKinley is a man with a rec.
ord. It is too long and too varied to
recount in a single article, but a few
salien points may be recalled with
profit. " .
He has made war without legal au
thority on oar allies, the non-slave-holding
christian monogamists of Lu
zon. He has recognized slavery and po
lygamy in the tiulus.
He bought pace from the Moham
medan barbarian slave-holding polyg
amist despot and is paying him and
his retainers large subsidies for the
maintenance of their harems.
He has said in an interview that tie
could deny the right of suffrage, of
trial by jury, of the writ of cabeas cor
pns, the right to bear arms, the right
of representation and all other rights
to tne innaouants oi "ournew posses
ft'ions" while imposing upon them ar
. He declared in a message to congress
that forcible annexation under our
code of morals would be criminal ag
gression. He theu .engaged in forcible
He told congress that it was our
"p'ain duty" to give Porto Rico free
Immediately thereafter he exerted
all the power of his administration to
cinip"I congress to impose a trin up
on Porto Ilican commerce both ways.
Mr. Oiuard of thesngar trnst had seen
He paid Spain $20,000,000 for a title
sho had lost, and secured an insur
rection in which Spaiu bad been
H has pince spent more than $200.-
000.000 in trying to get what Spain is
supposed to have agreed to deliver.
And now he is asking the people of
the United States to ratify his illegal
ami immoral acts and to give him a
chance to cjuip'etc his schemes of in
pi-rial conquest aud exploitation.
The Twentieth Century.
Wlieu a few months more shall have pa.aed
we will then stand at the very threshold of the
twentieth century, ana the nineteenth will be
a thin of the past. It will, bowerer, be
known as the century of Invention and dis
covery, and among some of the greatest of
these we can truthfully mention Hostetter's
Stomach bluer-), the celebrated remedy for
all ailment ailslng from a disordered stomach,
such as dypeii. indigestion, flatulency.
constipation and biliousness. It has been one
of the greatest blessings to msnkind during
the past M years as a health builder. Many
physicians recommend It. Take their advice.
try a bottle and be convince 1. but be sure to
get the genuine with a private revenue stamp
over the neck or the battle.
Kheomatlsm Cared In 24 Honrs.
T. J. Blackmore. of Haller & Black-
more. Pittsburg, Pa., savs: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the house
in 24 hours. "I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and the
Mystic Cure is the only medicine that
did roe any good. 1 had five of the
best physicians in the city, bnt I re
ceived very little relief from them.
I know the Mystic Cure to be what it
is represented and take pleasure in
recommending it to otner poor sxif
ferfers." Sold by Otto Crotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Kock Island, and Gus
Schlegel & Son. 220 West Second
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, powder for the
Xcet. it cures painful, swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet, and instantly takes
tee sting out oi corns and bunions
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
oi tne age. Allen s root-i-jise makes
tight shoes feel easy. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot.
tired, aching feet. 1 ry it today
Sold by all druggists and shoe stores.
By mail for 25 cents in stamps. Trial
package tree. Address, Allen S.
Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y.
David City, Neb., April 1. 1900.
Genesee Pure Food com pan v, Le Roy,
N. Y. Gentlemen: I must say in
regard to Grain-O that there is noth.
ing better or healthier. e have
used it for years. My brother was a
great conee drinker, lie was taken
tick 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 hrst, but now we would not
Le withont it. My brother has been
well ever since we started to nse it.
Yours truly, Liixxe Sochor.
The editor of the Fordviile, Ky.,
Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript
to a business letter: "I was cured of
kidney tronb'.e by taking Foley's Kid
ney Cure.'5 For sale by all druggists.
AT ROCK ISLAND CLUB.
The tntertalnment committee of
the Rock .Island Club announce the
following coming attractions at tte
Nov. 6, election night, a private
wire, on which returns from the elec
tion will be received. .
Nov. S. a smoker and finger party.
Thanksgiving night, a smoker and
vaudeville performance in honor of
the Northwestern and Iowa football
teams, which are to play here oh that
The affair to be arrangtd for
Thanksgiving night promises to be
the big event of tne season at tne
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Excursion rates to Peoria Oct. 10
and 11, via Rock Island & Peoria rail
war. Good for return to and includ
ing Oct. 15.
Through, wide vestibule standard
cars with smoking compartment be
tween Rock Island and Chicago via
the D.. R. I. & N W. railroad and the
C. & N. W. railroad. The quickeaf and
best line. Foe particulars inquire at
city tictet omce. lbOJ second avenue,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
On Oct. 16 the C, K. I. & .P. Rv.
will sell , round trip tickets good for
return within .21 days, at a rate of
$12 to nearly all points in Kansas and
Nebraska.- to a number of points in
South Dakota, Minnesota and lows,
At a rate of $14 to all points in Okla
homa and Indian territory, and at a
rate of $24 to Denver, Colorado
Springs or Pueblo. For full informa
tion call at ticket office or telephone
The D.. R. I. & N. W. Ry. is sell
ing homeseekers' excursion tickets to
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado,
Minnesota, the Dakotas, and other
points in northwest territory at one
fare plus $2. lictets on sale the first
and third luesdav in each month.
For particulars as to rates, time,
etc., inquire at city ticket office.
1803 Second avenue, or passenger
station, root oi .twentieth street. v
Oct. 2 and 16 the D., R. I. & N. W.
railway will sell excursion tickets to
all points on the line of the North
western system in northwestern Iowa,
Nebraska, South Dakota, North Da
kota and Minnesota at $12 for the
round trip Tickets good 21 days
from date, of sale. Stop-over priv
ileges allowed. For particulars in
quire at city ticket cilice, 1&03 Second
avenue, or passenger station, foot tf
A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT
Is the Work the British Doctors are Do
ing; at IMS3 Third A venae, by Giving;
Their Services Free for Three
Months, and Tods Demonstrat
ing; Their Ability to Cnre
Many Maladies That are
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the Untish Medical In
stitute have, at the earnest solicitation
of a large number of patients under
their care in this vicinity, established
a permanent branch office in this city
at lbZo JLhira avenue.
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services ' entirely
free lor three months (medicines ex
cepted) to all invalids who call upon
them tor treatment between now and
Oct. 16. These services consist not
only of consultation, examination and
advice, bat also of all minor surgical
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 ex
amination is made, and if incurable,
yon are frankly and kindly told so;
also advised against spending yonr
money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, cancer, with
out pain or cutting, rupture, all skin
diseases, and all diseases of the rec
ta ui are positively cured by their new
Dr. T. O. Felts, the chief consult
ing surgeon of the institute, assisted
by one or more of his Stan associates,
is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p.
m. io Sunday hours.
Special Notice If you cannot call.
send stamp for question blank for
Robbed the Grave
A startling incident is narrated by
John Oliver, ox Philadelphia, as fol
lows: "I was in an awful condition
My skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain contmn
ally in back and sides, no appetite.
growing weaker day by day. Three
physicians bad given me up. Then I
was aavtsea to use tiectnc bitters; to
my great joy. the first bottle made a
decided improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, .and am
now a well man. I know tbey robbed
the grave of another victim." No
one should fail to try them. Only 50
cents, guaranteed, at Hartz & Ulle-
meyer'e drug store.
To Stop a Cold. . .
After exposure or when rou feel a
cold coming on, take a dose or loley's
Honey and Tar. It never fails to
stop a cold if taken in time. Take
nothing else. For sale bv all drug
Jt Heals the Lnogs.
When suffering from a racking
coach, take a dose of Foley's Honey
and Tar. The soreness will be re
lieved and a warm, irratefol feelinz
and healing of the parts affeated will
be ejperlenofcd. For sale .Iby all drug-
THE DUTY OF MOTHERS.
What sufferiBir frequently "results
from & mother's itrnorance ; or more
frequently from a mother's neglect to
property instruct her dan-nter i
Tradition says "woman must suf
fer," and youngr women are so taught.
There is a little truth and a great deal
of exaggeration in this. If a young'
woman suffers severely sne neeas
treatment, and her mother should see
that she gets it.
Many mothers hesitate to take their
daughters to a physician for examina-,
tion ; but no m otner ncc uwiwimj w
write freely about her daughter or
herself to Mrs. Pinkham and secure
the most efficient advice without
charire. Mrs. Pinkham s address ia
- : ' '--Ail S
Mrs. August . Pfalzgraf, of South
Byron, Wis., mother of the young lady
whose portrait we here publish, wrote
Mrs. Pinkham in January, 199. saying
her daughter bad suffered for two
years with .irregular menstruation
had headache all the time, and pain in
her side, feet swell, and was generally
miserable. Mrs. Pinkham promptly
replied with advice, and under date of
March, 1899, the mother writes again
that Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable
Compound cured her daughter of all
pains and irregularity..
Nothing in the world equals Mrs.
Pinkhams great i,edicine for regu
lating woman's peculiar monthly
A WOMAN'S GLORY
i : J'muUfiil heat! of hAir.
Notim? is- more d-scourajf-in;
than to have this crown
in: t'lt ot nature become
thin, irray or t.iaed. It oitea
prevents advancement in
business or in a social way.
Many women hive lost tire
opportunity oi a desirable
nurdiL't because tlicv had
will remove every trace of srravness and baldness and
positively reMtirtr gray hair to its youthful color, whether
it be brov.n, tUclc or golden. Not a tlye.
Ask for Hay's Hnir-Hculth and refuse all substi
tutes. rl.H.H.Ucidby lttuin drugfcTLsts every where.
Sent by express, prepaid, in plain sealed package, by
J si)o'.' i m i.v . . ovc )iroiUvay. i . k ai-o a a;c
'-aUe Martina .Medicated .Soap, best soap fur toilet,
t aih, ski:i and hair. All on receipt oi toe. and lhb ail
LARGE 5Cc. BOTTLES. AT ALL DRUGGISTS
,'E3S AND HEAD
i NOISES CURED
qmr.lr at hon, by an invtsibl dTlc ; helps ears a glw
blp vtml Mrxsi- xnvrrti'in. whifr near l. imn.
ilf aJuM tire. t7flcl .3d Lndoraetl bv
cleviu. W rit to F. HlSLX..rWB w
tr uiaairatetl book ui ictiuio&isus, ii paces.
.dpaeec 1 1 1 LpSBm
For sole exclusively by T. H Thomas.
AND HEALING CURE
Easy and pleeant to
use. Contains no In
It is oulckly ab-
It opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages.
Allays inflammation. Heals and Protects
the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Taste
and SmelL Large Size 50 cents at Drug
gists or by mail. Trial Size 10 cents by mail
KLY BROTHERS. 5 Warren St. New York
Dowt Be Fooledi
Take the cenuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison. Wis. .It
keeps you well. Our trsa
mark cat nn each eackase.
Price, 35 cents. -Mover coii
in bulk. Acceo no SR3S!
aweavensTseisss tute. ASK four dmjgir.
8 J. J. Ingram to C. G. Hack, part
lots nana , oioc. o, aunt auu.,
Kock: Island, f 4iu.
Charles DeManck to Heipoliet De
Backer, lot 7, block 2. Greims' second
add.. Moline. t900.
E. VT. Hurst et al to Iars P. Niel
sen, part lot 7, C. F. Mueller's plat,
6, 17. lw. fS25.
9 Joseph W. Lloyd to Moses A.
Titterineton. tract bv metes and
hminda. set 7. 16. 3 w. i 1.800.
Alfred Williams by executor to Ar
thur G. Stephen?, lot 1. block K, Mo
ne Water Power company a add., Mo
Licensed to Wad.
. . . Bowling Tcmsblp
..Bowling Towns dtp
lias Marearet Mciveag . .
ndrew G. SaDdstrom . ..
Ics Aririio v. Marobv
Mrs. Uauida Hattys ....
To Cure St Cold la One Day
take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All drnggists refnnd the money
If it fails to care. E W. Grove's
signature on ach bor. Price 2f c.
far Infanta and Children. v , .
Tfet Yea Haft Ahrap Bssglit
III . $
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTEO UE5ISTERED ASSIST A VT
drug crk la llllncU town, tldreti
WA N TED G OODcftTCU A KLT5 OIX, SALES
. Dsn. an eamnifi&lon or salarr. Andreas
Quaker OU and Implement company, Cleve
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
soliclters for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. oSMiioheil &. Lytde building, be
tween scd 6 p. m.
WANTEO IX5CAL SOLICITING! AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can
de-vote sufficient time to the bimlr-ess to make
it profitable. Address "E. M." ABGU3.
WANTED THE IXJ.INOIS LIFE INSUR
ance enmpanr, of Chi cue desires as
as;etit In Rock Island ccuntr. Can cive cood
contract t3 right man. Commission, renewal-.
WANTED MAN FOR LOCAL WORK.
Must come w ell recommended. Steady
employment ard frood pay to lifht party.
Aoaress witn references to Li li, kock isl
IV ANTED IMMEDIATELY,
T with a n. u
ad'-ertlse and Introduce
our. Roods. Straight salary I5 weekly and
expense. Send stamp. Koyal Co-op. Mfg.
co.. inaianapoiis, ilu. jjpt i.
WANTED CINING ROOM Gl'L. NONE
but number one experienced waitresses
need apply. Wages sla pec mouth, w 'to room
ana board. A duress, statin? name and expert
ence. Will S. Clark, Clifton hotel. Ottawa, 111.
tar ANTED WE WILL PAY iX) PER
v week and expenses for man with a Tie
to Introduce our Pou'try Mixture-and Insect
oestrover in the country. A caress with suuno,
f xneisior Alacuiacturinz company, i-arsons.
ivaa. ' . .
1 TA NTED HTTSTI JNG A?ENTS TO SELL
VV our incandescent RaROllne lamps. Each
burner produces . loo candle power light; all
stores want them: eood inducement to relia
ble salesman. Thx- Ohio illuminating com
pany, Mansfield. Ohio.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
rrTANTED FEMALE COOK AT COMMER-
I V clal house.
rTTANTED LAUNDRY GIRL. APPLY
v v at Harper house.
riTANTED-fiOOU OIRL FOR GENERAL
v iMiuncwura a b iuv x iiiru ireuue.
ANTED GIRL FOR GENERA L HOUSE
wom, iwj Twenty second street.
ANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at 1 1 19 Fourth avenue.
TANTEO AN APPRENTICE TO LEARN
cr.-ssmakicK at S-'-'l Twenty-first street.
TTTANTED THBF.E GIRLS TO LEARN
II dinicc room work. Inquire at Harper
ANTED A GIRL FOR GEN EH AX
nouseworu. Apply at M7 Twent-nrst
rTTANTED DRESSMAKING AT UC2
v y Third avenue. Satisfactory flitting and
XT ANTEO BOARDEWS. CHOICE ROOMS
' v and board at Fourth avenue.
Vrr ANTED AGENTS. MEN AND WOMEN.
V Cu!l at attt Eighteenth street. Iudia
tATA NTED PUPILS IN DRAMATIDART.
T. erecutiou. phjsivjul culture, e!,c. 3iCj
x weniiem sirecu
WANTED A GARBAGE WAGON TO
v v riul regularly at the St. Julian restau
rant. :;i;u irn avenue.
fXT ANTED TO RENT, FIVE OR SIX
v room hoi:s or llat. with conveuiences:
about Nov. I. Address H. , abuus.
itTANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OPSKV
v v en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-H'tb streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address ' L, Argus.
WANTED BY YOUNG COUPLE, TWO
or ti.ree unfurnished rooms for light
housekeeping, or small modern fiat. Must be
centrally located. Address "W." care Abous.
tTTA NTED EVERYBODY CALL THAT
v uses a straw, chip or leghorn hat.
Cleaned and bleached while you wait. 10 oents
each, -is ruteentn street, opposite court,
nouse, hock isiana.
WANTED LOVERS OF ART TO LEARN
to paint your own pictures. New meth
od of painting and enlarging life like portraits
by shadowgraph. Taught for (3. Studio 2IS
Fifteenth street, opposite court house, Rock
TTTANTED AGENTS FOI "GALVESTON
v v The Horrors of a Stricken CUy." by
Mural Halsted. A fearful tale nf a beauteous
city swept Into the sea. Demand enormous.
Spiendid book. Only II. SO. Agents selling
from 10 to 100 dally, and clearing from to I7S
daily. A bonanza for agents Only indorsed
bnok. Freight paid. Credit given. Outfits
free. Send six 2 cent stamps for postage. Big
commissions Send for outfit and territory to-
uay. iiio iuuuuiun company, isepi. a, Chi
rriHE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM.
JL - clairvoyant and independent slate writer.
Is pennsi ently located in Davenport, and can
dill? be consulted on all questions of life, at
nor panans, uue Harrison street, Davenport,
RAGS. RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
oard or leave rord at 2211 Fourth ave
nue if you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to your bouse and pay you from
50 to 7b per hundred for rags. All calls wLU re
ceive prompt attention. H. F. Klugger.
T P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
s exchanges au Kinas oi second hand roods.
wUl pay more tban any other dealer and sells
cheaper. - All kinds of store repairing and
eleanmc done alo. J. P. Williamson. 1515
secona aveave. xeiepaooe number -
TF YOU WANT TO BUY, SEXL, TRADE
m. ot rent on tt nine, engage nem or secure a
situation, the Mail la the one paper ia Moliae
that can do It -for you. Mail wanta are mm.
lar and Mail wants bring resuita. One-half cent
per wora is ue price to ail auke. cash In ad
vance. S-cent stamps will do. Evenlnc and
1DHUT Bill, .(WWi 1U.
PSYCHO MAGNETIC hkat.vr
"R- A. L, THOMPSON TREATS ALL
jur enrouc aiaeases,' functional disorders;
nervous axd mental troubles. Consultation
free. u jr ourin avenue.
W. L. VANCE & CO.
ZSi i. :?5 Rlalto BuUdlng, Chicago, Til
Members of Chicago Bosrd of Trade.
BojVbMt and Corson breaks..
Corr-spondence solicited. Orders ex
ecuted !3 1010 bushels and upwards on
margins.- - ...
SBjaysa ' rarsssa.
Tar Drunk enness an4
M' . jasnv
W. L. Douglas
$3.50, $3.00. -$2.50,
. $1.75. .
All lhs U fle
Ever; Und of LsttlMr
Price, Comfort, and Durability
are points to be considered ta buying
shoes. W. L. Douglas shoes aro
the equal of any $6 or f 7. shoe sold
by. a custom shoemaker; they fit well,
and will wear as long as two pairs of
' W. L. Doug
ias shoes are
Union made, by
the best skilled
Look for the
' stamp on the
inner sole when buying.
For Sale by
WANTED HOUSECLE ANING TO DO.
Call at 311 Tenth street.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
WANTED SITUATION AS DRESSMAK
er or nurse bv lady of experience. Ad
dress ' M. 15." A hi; us.
ANTED SITUATION AS LIBFRTY
relief drue clerk or permanent position:
10 years experience. Registered pharmacist.
'J. 1 1." Argus office.
FOR RENT HOUSES
TjlOR RENT-SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
A1 furnace and bath, 90S Twenty-second
street. Inquire at above number.
TJTOR RENT FIVE ROOMS ON SECONO
X? floor, with morirn conveniences and
store on first floor, at 2010 Ninth aveuue.
FOR RENT nOUSE OF FOUR ROOMS,
etimtnor kltehen. cellar and waterworks.
to small family; rent 10; Inquire at H10 Third
TCTOR BENT NEARLY NEW HOUSE OF
fTl ,. wuAnwm VilniVArl
S- riCvru T IIIIU BUU Utttll 1 wail.
screens, full size, on all ootside windows and
aoors. lare nitic, not ana com w-wr. a.
523 Thirty-eigbth street. Telephone 1316. In
quire Oi J. c ieiui, iw ciu ascci.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
OR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping, isu i nira avenue.
rinBRT.VT-A FnRNISHEDROOM SUIT A
V ble for two persons. Coll at 1608 Second
avenue; second floor.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED AL"
cove room with a'l modera conveniences
Address "M IV" akul's. .
IVIOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS TO
A man and wire or two gentlemen; neat,
gas and bath. At Twentieth street.
V7-OR REJiT ONE OR TWO CHOICE
V rooms, wi-h er without board Electric
light, steam heat, porcelain bath; IbOB Seventh
rriOR RENT A NICEIY FURNISHED
Fj second Moor room; outside entrance;
southeast exposure. Gentleman preferred
Apply at 3801 fceventh avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
-T7trl SAT.R A 0.ROOM HOUSE ON SIXTH
Jj avenue near Twenty-eighth street for
13.300, by Hull & Go.
TJIOR SALE 10-ACRE FARM ONE MII.E
AJ south of Andalusia. Address v-nanes rei-
ger. lli Eddy street, Davenport.
TJIOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
M i a4 orWiii nine mmti r.r i VrtOTTJ fttld
laundry .between Eleventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourtn avenue, inquire mbihuwu
FOR SALE BARGAIN IF TAKEN SOON.
A 3room. well furnished bote! doing a
good business In a live town. Two blocks
frm railroad station. For sale cheap. S. .
Hull Sc. Co.
TJIOR SALE LOTS IN McENLRY'8 AD
JfJ dltlon by E. J. Huras, room 12, Mitchell A
Lynde building, i nese iota are on on in
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur-
. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TTTOR SALE GOOD WASHBURN GUITAR,
A. 1837 model, cheap Auaress ruiur, ab
TJIOR SALE A NEARLY NEW HARD
JO coal stove athaif price. Inquire at 810
TT-R RALR-A LiTE IMPROVED SMITH
V Premier typewriter. Inquire of Harper
TilOR SALE A GOOD GENTLE HORSE
A" weighing I.l, wagon and naroess cneao
II taken at once, inquire at an cgutccatn
TJIOR SALE FOR CASH, A SMALISTOCK
A? of grocei les aed fixtures. Must be sold la
three wee. A good cnance ior a person
with small capital. Adoress suio nintn
TJIOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANITY
A? of 60 bushels or over at tXOO per ton, de
livered o. o. u. to any part oi tne eity.
Leave ord era zt Commercial house - barber
bop, Rook. Island, or Enoa i amea, mum- -
LOST AM) FOUND.
LOST A WHITE AND LIGHT TAN PART
Shepherd dog. not full grown. Please re
turn to iaao Fourth avenue and be rewarded.
X OST-ON MAIN AVENUE OF ARSENAL
AJ or in Rock Island a bin enamel wreatb
pin set with diamonds. Keturn to this office
and receive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN.
H CONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT.
1M. on any kind of-security Also cboice
property for aai and rent. . w. L Coyne,
130 Seventeenth street, tip stair.
ONKY TO LOAN CHATTEL MOST
ond avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also make eoUaettoaa brdoa spMialty.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
mOQOs. w stones, lewelrv. hardware.
mucicai lostnuneoia. bleyclea, ciothlng, dry
go -Mis. furniture,, etc. Highest caan prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also
The above roods for sale at b!f - trie' oma&l
store prices. . A U bestness tran4ctlosa atrioUy
eotuiaraiiai. turn aew numoer ana. jocstiiro,
1423 beoocd eveoue Don't forget it. J. W.
Jonea. -T wo ricsoB 1247-. ".- v--
IT HAVE FROM ONE TO SIVK HUNDRED
L dollars to rtrveat hi a rmail srrv tusinesB.
wnat tave you got 7 Aonrcks -M- w. Aigus
W. L. Douglas
$3 1 $3.50
in all Leather
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
Don't Read This
Unless you aro interested in tho art
of dress. Our many patrons hve
been Urging us for some months to
open up an establishment where
they conld get their garments
made in accordance with tho
latest fashions. We have now decided
to do so, therefore if the ladles will
call at our rooms. 1719 Second ave
nue, on and after Oct. 1 we will bo
prepared to serve them. We know there
are a few places in this city where gar
ments are made well, bnt not enough to
supply the increasing demand for
up to date costumes. inis is
the ' season when the thoughtful
lady is preparing her wardrobo for
the winter. If you will call, perhaps
we can be of service to you. Our
motto will bo "Live and let live." Wo
will be able to turn out your garments
on short order and will guarantee sat
isfaction. Call early and you will bo
served. Our Diamond Gakmknt Cut
ter School is open six days in tie '
week, as usual, and the class is rapidly
increasing. If you want to bo able to
cut and fit all clasEes of garments see
us soon. . , .
C. 13. WARD, Manager,
1719 Second avenue, second lloor.
Sick and disgusted with tho last lot of
coal you bought, eh? Mid not get
It here did your Know better
this time. Experience mar little
dear, but It's worth the getting when
it leads you to make your purchases
of beat producers of Frazer. Coal
bought there coous ana neaia wcu ana
leaves little ash no "clinkers."
E. G. FRAZER.
Jaokson A Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, l
Rock Island County, f
In the circuit court, in chancery. Foreclos
ure General No. 47M. -
Elmore U. StaSord vs. Clara Connor, Tboman
G Connor Mauritz Pearson, Anna I'eanirm,
Arthur Pearson an! Clar Conoor, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Andrew Pearson, de
ceased. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of o
decree of said court, entered In the above en
titled cause, on the four.eenth day of July,
A. D. 1 1'. I shall, on Saturday, the twenty
seventbday ot Oetober.A-. D.IIXJO.otthe bourof
t woo'clocs in the afternoon, at the East door of
the CouTtHouss, in the city of Kock Inland. In
ssid county of Rock Inland, to svlx'y sitld de
cree, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder
for cash those certain parcels of land, sltnate la
the county of Rock Ihland and state of Illinois,
ktiown and described as follows, to-wit:
Lot ten (10) and the north half () of lot
eleven (11) in William A. Nourse a addition to
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this twentieth
day of September, A. D. I woo. -
EX.WIIS B. Parmbntkb, j
Master In Chancery, Kock Island County. Til.
Jacksub & Hcbst, Complainant's Solicitors,
-Petition to Probata- WUL
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County, I
County Court, Kock Island County, Septem
ber term. iSOO. In the matter of the probate
of the last will and testament of Jacob
Fromm, deceased, in probate.
To all persons whom this rasy coneern
greeting. . Notice Is hereby given, that on the
24th day of beptember. A O 1). a petition
was filed In the County Court of K"ek Island
County, Illinois, Asking that the lawt will and
testament of Jacob Fronnm decesned. be sd
Bittedto probate. Tbe same petition further
state that the following named perwnsare all
tbe belrs-at-law and legatees:
Caroline Fromm. widow. Moline. 111.; Catha
rine Huffman, sister. Flusbburg.Ma: Frede
rick Fromm, brother, Hardinvllie, N. Y.;
Marv Siebert. sister. Worchexter, Mass.;
Kostna Groan sifter. Munstngn, Wurtonberg,
Germany: Frederick VV agner, legatee,
Rook inland. 111.: JotepS Eppinver. legatee,
Notzlslngen, Kircneim. Vvurvenburg, Ger
many: Margaretha ZtinseL legatee, Illot
Mound, lo: CtbnB tstlebl. levatee. w
kiiwn. Henry count r. Ill ; Frederick Erplng
er, legatee. Notzlningeo. Klrchelm. Wurteo
berg. Germany; Cbrwtlana Arndt. legatee.
Green Hirer. Ill -. children of Chariot ta Him,
legatee. Kircheim, WortenlM:re. Germany;
children of Eva Kppineer. legatee, Notrlnio
gen, Kircheim. Wurtenbere. Germany; Board
directors Mollee Public Hospital, teg 'tees,
Moline. Ill : Coa-ordia German Turn Verela,
legatees. Moline. Xil.
Yon re further notified, that tbe tesrlnr of
the proof of said will has bee a set by said
court fotlt IHth day of October. A . D. WM,
at sns nour oi iv o ctoca ia mo utrnnoov. as
tbe Court House in Rock Islant In said County,
when and where you can appear. If vou e
fit. and snow eauae. rf any vu bare, why saM
wQl should B9t be adnsit ted to probate.
hivst M- ttobauiKD, cienc
&ank Isf aad. lUlaolu, Sep. IX, l'SJ.
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