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THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEUBER 21, 1900.
raE Alia us.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1C4 Second
Avenue. Rock Island, 111. Entered at I tie
Postoffice as Second-class matter.
IN THE NAME OK J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dally, 10 cents per week. Weekly,
11.00 per annum in advance.
AH communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, mast
have real name attached for publication. No
such article will be printed over fictitious sig
natures. Correspondence solicited from every town
ship in Rock Liland county.
iTf.dnf.sdat, November 21.
The advance agent of prosperity is
still a long way ahead of his show.
It looks at if it will cost more and
more each davto keep that dinner pail
Thk London papers think they hear
in McKinley 'a victory an echo of Sal
isbury's khaki triumph.
Mama, if McKinley were to die,"
paid young America, "would Mark
lianna still be president?"
Ik the trusts fail to yet everything
they want in the next four years it
will be only because they neglect to
ask. for it.
The Illinois Horticultural society
is to hold its 45th annual convention
in the new agricultural building at
the University of Illinois at Cham
paign Dec. 11-13.
Illinois leads all states west of the
Aileghenies in gain in population dur
ing the past 10 years. L'pon the show
ing of nearly a million increase the
state is entitled to several more con
gressmen. Ki;nrKRN out of :2 members of the
Illinois state senate held a conference
in Chicago Saturday, and decided to
stand together and control the organ
ization of that body. We have not
heard of Sister Payne being in that
Kkfkkkim; onco more to that un
fortunate occurrence in the early part
of the present month, the ollicial vote
of New York state shows some oddi
ties. For instance, McKinley received
X21.310 votes as against t9 in
IS'jfj. a difference of 1.472. IJryan re
reived 7t,li;7, a gain of 121, 79H over
lS'Ji': Though Bryan gained in round
figures 124,000 votes, and McKinley
gained only 1, 172, Bryan was beaten
by H.VOOO". This is one of the oddities
of the election.
1'kkmiknt S 'Hf km an who, by the
way, is an Englishman, adds his
word to that of Can. MacArthur in
setting forth the real condition of af
fairs in the Philippines. "Our duty
is to send there an army so large a -id
with such a character of permanency
that every man, woman and child in
all those islands can see that we mean
to occupy the land and wind up this
miserable business at once for all.1'
And so the war is not over, and
10,000 soldiers are not enough to in
sure the inhabitants- of our benevolent
intentions? The bitter truth is better
than saccharine lies.
Thk Union of this morning pub
lishes au elegant half-tone group of
the Illinois republican state commit
tee of the campaign of 1900. And lo,
sitting at the right hand of Chairman
McKinney, as big as life, and fully as
handsome, is our old friend J. Mack
Sboll, who had the extreme delight of
running the republican windmill dur
ing the late disturbances. One ex
periences no dilliculty in detecting
the satisfaction that illuminates
Mack's countenance, and it is doubt
ful if he ever experienced a happier
moment in all his career than when
he sat there posing before the camera
amid such environments. Mack
would rather be doing something for
the republican party than eating.
A I)ESKRV1N; ,I)KIA KTl'KK.
Politeness in the public schools and
teaching of politsneas is a matter
now lcing given attention. Though
the great majority of schoolchildren
in Kock Island as elsewhere are po
lite, yet instruction in good behavior
is not apart of the school curriculum.
is Rheumatism of the
bark. The cause is Uric
Acid in the blood. If
the kidneys did their
work there would b
no Uric Acid and no
Lumbago. Make the
lirJreys do their work.
The si:re, positive and
only cure for Lumbago
It is merely incidental as essential to
the system of government.
Santa Barbara, Cal., is to have po
liteness taught in the public schools.
Ethelbert Stewart, welcoming this
movement, says: Chicago is to in
troduce a 'commercial course,' bnt
the shocking absence of even tolera
ble manners will prevent those who
take the course from obtaining en
trance into commercial life. Not one
pupil in 10 will use algebra once in a
lifetime; not one in 100 will use trig
onometry once in a lifetime, but each
and every one conld use politeness
every moment if he had it. Of good
manners, as of the help of God, -it
may be said or sung, 'we need thee
every hoar,' and it takes the eye of
faith about equally to discover either.
We educate bookkeepers and stenog
raphers, but as they have not been
taught to be gentlemen and ladies
they find employment nowhere. All
bail, then, to the school board 'of
Santa Barbara, Cal. The manners
they teach may appear a little me
chanical at first; may suggest 'verti
cal writing' rather than Spencerian
penmanship; but even so it will be
A eUAUCtlL CONFESSION.
Under the title of "The Anti-Trust
Failure'1 the New York Sun (republi
can) publishes an interesting if not
startling leading editorial article. In
effect the Sun chortles and gloats
over the demonstration that the
American people regard the trusts not
merely as "all right," but as benih-
cent concerns for the existence of
which we should be grateful. Why,
then, have there been republican anti
trust enactments in some states and
anti-trust propositions in congress?
The Sun confesees that all such re
publican legislation was insincere,
and was merely intended to placate
people who had imbibed anti-trust de
lusions from the persuasive Bryan.
For tbo same reason the republican
national convention was so insincere
as to adopt a resolution in which "all
conspiracies and combinations intend
ed to restrict business, create monop
olies, to limit production or to con
trol prices" were condemned, and
pledged the party to "such legisla
tion a3 wi'l effectually restrain and
prevent all such abuses."
After its declaration that the people
are tired of the "howls of cranks"
against the trusts the Sun explains
that "ever since the last election the
leaders of the republican party have
made all sorts of efforts to placate and
allay what they feared was the Bryan
ism latent in the country by various
anti-trust laws and other legislative
measures which would have the ap
pearance (please note that!) of meet
ing ha!f way that hostility to corpor
ate enterprise which it was feared that
Mr. Bryan had evoked.'" These anti
trust laws were not to be effective,
but were intended to "have the ap
pearance of meeting half way" the
supposed popular hostility, to "the in
"Now all this is changed,1' says the
Sun. There is no longer any need of
the republican pretense of hostility to
the trusts. "There is little fear,"
says this overzealous republican or
gan, "that there will be more anti
trust law3 at the coming session of
congress or at the one next after it;
and it is probable, so far as our own
legislature is concerned, that not only
will no such laws be passed or even
introduced,11 but that measures al
ready on the statute book will be
' amended or repealed.11
The Record does not believe that
any intelligent observer was deceived
by the republican pledge to adopt
anti-trust measures; but that a prom
inent newspaper of the party bhould
frankly admit that the republican
leaders deliberately attempted to de
ceive the public on this question re
veals a depth of political dishonesty
which is shocking even in this day.
Pniladelpbia Becord (hid;.
Everyone knew that the election of
President McKinley meant a clear
road for tho trusts, "but it is not often
so clearly stated as in the above ex
tract from the Sun. That is it; wipe
out all anti-monoply law down with
competition, up with prices!
ALL AKOl'NU A.NDALIS1A.
Andalusia, Oct. 21. E. Krwin
is home from Davenport.
Miss Ellen Boney is ill of dropsy.
Miss Katie Muster has returned
Some of our young people attended
a dance at Buffalo Saturday night.
wing to inclemency of the weather
Sunday there was no Sunday school
Miss Alberta Brixton spent Sunday
at the home of A. Buffum.
Leo Baas and wife, of Clear Lake,
Iowa, were callers in our village last
We miss the cheerful whistle of the
W. J. Young, which .made its last
Little Miss Ivola TTuntley enter
tained in honor of her :d birthday.
William Finley, of Manly, Iowa,
was called here by the illness of his
brother, who is now improving.
The Baptist society will surve an
oyster supper Thanksgiving night,
the proceeds of which will be spent to
buy Christmas gifts for the children
of Andalusia and icinitv.
Of Coe r.
Padie was 11 and Alice was 7. At
luufli Sadie said: "I wonder what part
of an animal a chop is. Is it a lcgV"
"Of course not." returned Alice. "It's
the Jaw bone, IT.iven't you ever heard
"f animals licking their chop's?"
Stop the Coach and Worki Off the Cold
laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
car a cold in one day. No core, no
pay. Price 25c.
SOMETHING TO APPRECIATE
la the Work of the British Doctor at
l'OO Third Avenue. These Eminent
bentlrmen are Giving Tbetr Ser
vice Entirely Free to AU In
valids Who Call I pea Them
Before Nov. SO.
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the british Medical
Institute have at the earnest solicita
tion of a large number of patients un
der their treatment in this country,
established a permanent branch of
the Instituted this city at 1700 Third
avenue, overTremann's meat market.
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely
free for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all invalids who call upon
them for treatment between now and
No. 20. These services consist not
only of consultation, examination and
advice, but also of all minor surgical
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and atllicted,
and. under no condition whatever will
smy charge bo made for any services
rendered for three months to all who
call before Nov. 20.
The dodtors 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,
you are frankly and kindly told so;
also advised against spending your
money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, cancer, with
out pain or cutting, rupture, all skin
diseases, and ail diseases of the rec
tum are positively cured by their new
Dr. T. O. Felts, the chief consult
ing surgeon of the institute, assisted
by one ot more of hi3 stall associates,
is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p.
m. No Sunday hour?.
Special Notice If you cannot call,
send stamp for quest-ion blank for
To accommodate those who arc par
t sal to the use of atomizers in applv
ing liquids into the nasal passages fr
catarrhal troubles, the proprietors
prparc Cream mliu in liquid form,
which will Ik; known as Ely's Liquid
Cream Balm. Price including the
spraying tube is 75 cents. Druggists
or by mail. I he liquid form em
bodies the medicinal properties of the
solul preparation. Uroam Bairn is
quickly absorbed by the membrane
and does not dry up the secretions,
but changes them to a natural and
healthv character. Elv Bros., 56
Warren street, N. Y.
Kheamatlsm Cured In liny.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in -1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatlv benefits. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto (irotjan, 1501 Second
avenue, Kock Inland; (iustave Schle
gl & Son, 220 West Second street,
David City, Neb., April 1. 1900.
Genesee Pure Food company, Le Koy,
N. Y. Gentlemen: I must say in
regard to Grain-O tJiat there; is noth
ing better or healthier. We have
used it for years. My brother was a
great coffee drinker. Ho was taken
sick and the doc-tor said coffee was the
cause of it, and told us to use Grain
O. We got a package, but did not
like it at first, but now we would not
be without iV My brother has been
well ever since we started to use it.
Tours truly, Lillie Sochok.
J. Odgers. of Frostburg, Md.,
writes: "I had a bad attack of kid-
nev cnmrslftint and tried Kolev'n Kid
ney Cure, which gave me relief, and
T - . ; 1 1 . i . . i r
i was pr.-iem any uuicu utter taking
two bottles.11 For sale by all drug
xMe kind leu Haw Hum Baojui
.'NGERSOL'S OLD HOME
.1'- Vr-T r ' " '
NOW rHC HOME OP
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
Notice of J'ublicatlon Chancery.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County, f
In the Circuit Court to the January term,
A. U.. 1!.
Hirm Buoy, trustee for KatTe Ruby. Olive
R-ii-y. Mary K-jby. Minnie Kuby and L.lz.!e
Kuby vs. Orlando M. t.unoell and Catherine
(KinnfU In Chancery.
Af!'.dav:t of the nnn-rcsldccce of the aid
Orlando M. lunncil ar.ri Catherine fiunnell. de
fendants above named. havir.K been Bled rta
ih clerk's oihce of the circuit court of said
laywuy. nnr.ee is ncreoy c-ven to tne saiti
rcwilirt defendants, that the complainant
fied hi bill of complaint la haul court on
the chancery side thereof, on the l-ith day
of Xnvechcr. A. I) . 1."'. and that thereupon
a summons iNucd out of xa;il court, whercn
ta'd B'.m Is now pt-ndintr. rcturntle on the
si venh day in the month of January next,
as i by law required.
Now. unless vou. the sa.d nonresident
de'endanu anove named. Orlando M liun
neU and Catherine uUitrU. shail perjn!:y
be and appear before the said circuit
court, on the t:r-i day of the teit term
thereof, to be hoiden at Rocit L-and. in
and fir said county, on tbe tirst Morday
in Jnu iry next, and piead. answer or demur
to the sa d cumpla na.-.t bui of complaint,
tne same and the matters and things therein
cbirirrd and stated, will be taken as confessed
and adecree entcroi ai.-a.nat you according
to the prayer of said riiil.
GEORGE W. OA&TBL.K. Circuit CJerfc
Roe Irtasd. Ill . Nor la. I90O.
J. tt K. R. Kw.arHT, Complainant So
WANTED MALE HELP.
TTTANTED K FIRST-CLASS BAKER AT
. Smiths bakety, Geneseo. IU.
IfjT AXTED FIRST- CLASS MAN COOK
TT at St. Juliaa restaurant, 3110 Fifth
WANTED GOOD.REUAHLK OILSALES
man. on nnmmliou or salarT. Address
Quaker Oil and implement company, Cleve
T ANTED A YOUNti MAN OVER 17
If TP&K In VArlr in A shoe StOl e Ml.Kt
give bes-t of re'erenres and be a hustler.
Answer in own handwriting- Acaress l, ir,
7ANTFD RELIABLE MFJC TO SELL
H our line of hnh trrade lubricating oiis,
greases, paints and varnishes. Salary or com
mission. Address Central hefln'rg company.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TOSELL
our incandescent gasoline lamps. Each
burner produces H0-candle power light; all
stores want them: good inducement to relia
ble salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Mansfield, Ohio.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
ANTF.D A NURSE liIRL AT 1602
7 AN TED COOK UY MRS. E II . CJUYEli.
ja Twenty-arst street.
TAXTKD UIRL FORCENERAL HOUSE-
work at 2dM2 Fourth avenue. Mrs. Dr.
1 Vx ANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR OEV-
eral housework. Mis. F. V. liabnsen.
723 Twentieth street.
WANTED A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
in lltrh t tiouse w rk '1 wo lo. family, it
quire at s x) Twecty-Srst street.
WANTED AT ONCE, LADY AGF.XTS.
Salary to tie riirbi parties. Ar-p'y at
l9-y Tfcird avenue. Rock Island.,
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
ANTED HOARDERS. CHOICE ROOliS
aid board at ii-'o Fourth avenue.
WANTED -A FEW PRIVATE KOAKD
crs, with or wuuoiit room, at t7 Sev
enteenth street. All modern conveniences.
WANTED SOLICITORS, GENTLEMEN
orlail.es. to work the trl cities. L'beml
commission pa!d. Call ;it Fourth avenue.
WANTED TO RF.NT A HOUSE OF SF.V
en or eitrht rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-!l uh streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address -'D, v A kg us.
1 TANTED - GENTS IN EVERY COUN-
V v ty for Ifulttle s 'fifteen-year ' i:p-to-ilate
Farmc.s' Meeorti. From lo to uer mon'li
can be made. This Is no experiment, but ab
solute fac.s. Cail on or ac dress W. T. I'jle,
jjeceral nsiiaascr. Box r;i:i, Dixon, HI.
11T II. STKAUH. PROFESSOR UK D1A
V duction. All Ciseases successfully treat
ed without we-t;c'ine or electrn-itv. DiTidin
tinn runt, while you ieep. No cure no pay.
Amieteu persons, partieiuaiy those pro-
nouneeu inctiranit', are inviten to can or write.
Office. 117 Sixteenth street between First and
Second avenue?.. Hou'. HI tola .1. lu., 2 to 1
and 7 to s p. in. Sundays. : to p. m
1AST AND FOUND.
r OST A Hl'KF COLORED SCOTCH TE!
1 i rier. docked, and cm clipped. Finder
return to Hcjj Ifros. and receive Sn reward.
T OST-A li YARD RU3. BETWEEN
J A Ninth street and -Sixth avenue. and Tenth
street and Fifth avenue. Finder return to
AKjCs oilice. end receive reward.
UOi ND-A Pl'RsK CONTAINING ROME
" change on Eighteenth street. Party
Ki-numoi; same cau have it ty camug at the
American Expiess office and paying for this
TOST A LADY'S GOLD WATCH WITH
J inscription. I. C. St , on case. Waltham
mivemeni. Bet ween postolllce and Twenty
s xth street and Fourth avenue. Please re
turn to iMs Suih avenue and be rewarded.
IUROPFS WONDPRFCL PALM READ--i
er. lately arrived, infomnthe public of
her wonde-ful powers in reading the history
of one s life, by examining the palm of the
hand, telling the past, present and future. Ad
vice given in business matters and fatnny
atTair-t. lost or stolen property: tells you the
initials of your future companion, whethei
false or t rue. Tells you what ouslness you are
adapted to. Tells you all about absent friends,
whether living or dead Tellsvou what planet
you were born under. What part of the coun
try is lucRiest for you. Hours. V a. in. to U p.
m.. rJi Fourth avenue. Rock Island. 10.
AIRS. A. SEYMOUR, CLAIRVOYANT
- I and b.isiness medi im, will tie at 6-'t)
Twentieth street for a short time only. Hours
from V a. m. toy p.m. Satisfaction guaran
teed. MONEY TO LOAN.
T1TONEY TO LOAN rN ANY AMOUNT.
I'l. on any kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L. Coyne,
&mj seventcentn street, up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL. MOKT
gage loans by W. H Eastman, 1713 Sec
ond avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also makes collection hard onea a specialty.
"TONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE,
' JL pianos, carriages, norsen, diamond, etc.
Also time cheeks cashed, i on-can pay in
money at anv lime to reduce interest on loan.
Koom V). McCuUough buillmsr. Davenport
Mortgage 1oan company, Davenport, Iowa
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
good. furniture, etc. Highest casn prices
paid for second band goods of all kinds also
The above goods for sale at half the. usual
svore prices. All business transactions strictly
connaentiai. it is new numoer ana location,
Has Second avenue Don t forget it- J. W.
j ones, i wo nuijuii i
Ludoipb & Reynolds, Attorneys.
State of Illinois. i
Rock Island County, f "
In the circuit court. In chancery. Partition
General No. 4-)3
Andrew WoUenhanpt vs. George- F. Wollen-
haupt. Mary W oilenhawpt. Anta wohlschle
gel. Catherine Kuhireao itcd Willi m Kuno.
Notice Is hereby giveu that bv virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above en
titled cause, on the 1-irst day of November.
A. D. Mi). I shall, on Saturday, the First
day of December. A. D. l:o. at the hourof two
n elimii in the afternoon, at the East door of
the Cnurt House, in the city of Ro.k Island, in
said county of Rock Isiand. as directed by said
decree, sell at public auction to the hiirhest and
best bidder that certain parcel of land, sifjate
in the County of Kock IMar.d and State of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit:
The Est Thirty-eight fas feet ot Lt Four
fl in Biock Twenty (00) of the old Town of
Kock Inland, in the City of Kock Island, Coun
ty of Kock Island and Stte of Itl'ncis.
Terms of Su e: Ime third of ttie purchase
price of said property snail be paid in cash,
oce-tliird on or before nice moiiihs Iron the
dale ol sale ar.d one-tiiird on or before eight
een months from tbe date of sale, provided,
however ihat tbe party purchasing at uch
aie may. if he soeleets. pay the entire amount
in cash, deferred payments, if any. to bear In
terest at the rate of six (!) per cent per an
num. I.atc4 at Rock Island. liiinola, this Tfcird day
of November, A. D. im
Er-wiw E. Parm!tb,
Master In Chancery. Rwk Island County. I1L
Compiaasant a SoUeitora.
FOR KENT ROOMS.
TTKR RENT TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
X; suitable lor light housekeeping at :X)
TTIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
JC ble for two persons. Call at 1609 Second
avenue; second door.
TTIOR RENT A PLEASANT SUITE OF
n r., ..-, n,ih all mi-iripni eon-
reoitnees. at 1319 Second avenue.
PCR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AND
two rooms tor liht housekeeping, alsj
furnL-bed. at 1?7 Second avenue.
TTIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM FOR
X? lijiht house heepimr. s jitanle for one or
two persons. Icijutte at 5;7 Twentieth fctreet.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms with steam heat ano bath. ;hree
block from postoaice. CuU at &.V Sixteenth
rT'O'? RENT TWO FURNISH ED ROOMS
-l? for light housekeeping in pleasant local
ity. Rent vtry reasonable. Apply at -7il
FOR RENT A NTCELY FURNISHED
second floor room, outside entrance;
southeast exposure. Genjeman preferred
Apply at 2801 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT AN 8 ROOM HOUSE. APPLY
at tell Twenty-tint street.
OR KENT A 6-ROOM HOUSE FOUR
blocks from the postoftiee. App'y at oiW
FOR RENT 3 ROOM HOUSE AT 10J1)
Seventh street. Apply at Weaver's gro
cery on premise s
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOM FLAT, WITH
all modern conveniences: aoove Elni
street drug store. Inqu re at Elm street
FOR RENT A R-ROOM HOUSE WITH
sewer acd water at His Seventeentk
street Irqulre at K seventeenth street.
J. D. Heecher.
FOR RENT TWO-STORY HOUSE WITH
basenpent and attic, furnace anil gas.
Good location. ?jj per month. Inquire of
Jaekron & Hurst.
TTIOR RT- NT-TWO S ROOM HOUSE 5, NEW,
J- with hath atd furnace, modern. Corner
of Tenth avenue and Seventeenth street.
Inquire, of liuli & Co.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE AT A HAKGAIN. AN A 1
Stecli upright grand piano. Address box
;s5, Rock I-lar.d
FOR ALE COUNTERS. SHOW CASES,
soft coal heat ing stove, candy jars, store
lamps Call at 1110 Third avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
TTIOR SALE MODERN KKSIDENCEWITH
A? lot 80x150, nineMooms, bath room and
laundry. between KJeventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
TTIOR SALE BARX? AIN IF TAKEN SOON
A :fc room, well furnished hotel doing a
pood buslne-ii in a live town. Two blocks
irnm railroad station. For sale cheap. S. S
Hull & Co.
IT1UK SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD-
JL- d.tlwn by E. J. HurRS, room 12, Mitchell &
Lynde btUC.lcg. These lo's are on Sixth avc
cie. between Twentv-elghth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fi'th avenue or Km
street strot't car lines. Terms to suit pur-
VITA NTED LOVERS OF ART TO LEARN
TT to paint your own pictures. New meth
od of painting and enlarging life like portraits
byshadowgrnph. Taught jpr S3. Studio 215
Fifteenth street, oppoiitecourt house, Kock
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR
goods by samDic to wholesale and retail
trade. We are the largest and only manufac
turers in our line in the world. Liberal salarv
paid. A duress. Can-Dcx Manufacturing com-
1AGS. RUHBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
- card or leave Tord at 2Co. Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
If you have any ratrs. rubber, etc.. to sell.
1 will come to your Louse and pay you from
m to o per uunareo ror rags. All cans will re
ceive prompt attention. 14. F. Klugger.
T P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
t exchanges all kinds or second band goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds or stove repairing and
cleaning done aluo. J. P. Williamson, 1515
second avenue. Telephone number 4HM.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADR
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, tbe Mall is the one paper in Mollne
that can do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per woru in tne price to au alike, cash In ad
vance. S-cect stamps will Co. Evening and
uduv man. moiine, iu.'
PALMISTRY AND LIFE READER.
AND PALMISTRY EXPERT THK BEST
U. and most expert on earth. Don 'trail tocall
on this noted lady. Consult her on all affairs
oi me. suh can ana w u ten you true. The
maaam manes a peciauy of business, law.
iaiuuy matters, estrangements, love, court-
stiips, man lages. aivorces. journeys, wills, pen
sions, and in fact on all the affairs of life. Of
fice hours from 4 p. m. tiil !t p. m. Office and
Parlors at 1-iJi fourth avenue, near Fourteenth
Is over and Krazer can now sup
ply you with all kin-li of Lcbih
Vallev coal at a reasonable price.
An abundant supply of Pocahon
tad. Smokeless Co:i I, Caiinel Coal
for grates and Soft Coal always
E. 6. FRAZER.
For DruukenrKu and
tn V. S . t
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-J. I I I I I I -Lm
Opposite Harper House.
Rock Island Babbitry
Importers and Breeders of Pedigreed Belgian Hares.
Our Rabbltry contains more champions and
prize winners than any Rabbltry
east of Denver, such as
Champion Edinboro II, score 96.
Champion Fox Coat.
Union Jack, score 96 J, by Fashoda.
Denham Don, Jr., score 95 J.
Climax, by Fashoda.
All of These Animals are Imported
We have domestic Does for sale which we will breed
to imported Bucks. Call and examine. Visitors we'eome.
1319 Second Avenue.
Oliver R Cramer, attorney.
State of Illinois. I
County of Rock Island ("
In tbe t'ircu t Court In Chancery.
Henry FlueKel vs. The Second Hanllst
Church of Koen J si and. 111., and John Wolfrom
Foreclosure, general No. 4t!!
Notice is hereby Kiven that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above en
titled cause, on the First day of November. A.
I. r.H. I shall, on S. it unlay, the Fifteenth day
of December. A. I. IsDO, at the hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon, ut the ('oiirt
House, in the city of Hock Island, in said
County of Koek Island, to satisfy said decree,
sell at public vendue to the h:fhest bidder
for cash that certain parcel of land, situate In
the County of Kock island and State of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, towlt:
Lot number Kiht () in Hlock number
Forty-four (44) in that part of tbe uity of
Rock Island known au and called "Chicago or
Lower Addition" to said City.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Tenth
day of November. A. D. l'.KX).
F.LWIN K. IA Hi! ENTER.
Master in Chancery. Kock Island County, 111.
O. K. Ckameb Complainant's solicitor.
Estate of Miriam L. HUller, deceased.
The undersigned having Deen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Miriam L. Hilller.
late of the county of Rock Island, state ot
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before the county court of Ro:k
island couaty, at the county court room, in
the citv of Rock Island, at the January term,
on the first Monday in January next, at whloh
time all persons having claims against saia
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make Immediate payment to tha
Dated this isth day of November, A. D. 1900.
CjkoikjR F Hi-ith, Administrator.
JA' Kson A; HmtftT, Attorney.
Dowt Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison MedN
cine Co.. Madison. Wli. II
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cat fm each package.
Price, 35 cents, liarer coii
In bulk. Accec: no 'J.'
n.MciiM. tut. Ask vour drug; -
T. H. Thomas, sole agent.
IS A GOOD THING.
But there are things you
cannot use money for. For
instance, your hands and
face are roujjh and chapped.
You could not very well
cure them by pasting
money on them.
WE MAKE A
that is just fine for that
purpose. You ought to
Canode & Co.
THE PRESCRIPTION DliCGGISTS.
Twentieth St. and Fourth Ave.
I I I U! U.aOT ."CT
III" l-AWK W I I I ill
Shoe for women,
In light and heavy
Soles. AA to EE in
All leathers. For sale
Dachess of Islcworth.
r What is Your Best
A 5C CIGAR
Was asked J. P. SEX
TON of J. P. Sexton
Co., 1818 Second ave
nue, the other day.
Was the reply. "How
do you account for
that," was asked. "Be
"The New York
Is tbe best seed and
Havana 5c cigar we
have been able to find
JL'ST TRT (INK ANI BK CONVINCED
Vfotle of Publication Vhanoary
State of IUInola, I
County of Book Island. 1
To the circuit court, January term, A. D.
Abraham Clover vs. Fannie Clover. In
Affidavit of the non-residence of Fannin
Glover, the defendant above named, hav
ing been tiled in tbe omoe of the cleric of said
circuit coilrt of Rock Island county, no
tice la hereby riven to the said non-resldnt
defendant, that the complainant ba riled his
bill of complaint In paid court. on the chancery
lide thereof, on tbe l-tb day of November A.
U. I WO, and Uiat a summons thereupon ktiued
out of said eourt against said defendant, re
turnable on the 7tb day or January A. D. 1W0I,
a Is by law required.
Now. therefore, unless you, tbe said Fannie
Clover, shall personally be and appear before
the said circuit court of Kock 'aland county, on
the first day of the next term thereof, to be
hoiden at the court house in the oily of Rock
Island, In said county, on tbe 7th day of Jan
uary. A. IJ. and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint,
the aame and tbe bum tiers and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according to
tbe prayer of salJ bill.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto aet
my band and affixed tbe aeal of said court, at
my office in Rock Island, this l.'tb day of No
vember, A. I. 1000.
U BO RGB W. UiMIAUer
fi. R K ew worth t, Complainant a Solicitor,
Not. U, A. D. VA.