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THE ARGUS MONDAY. NOYEMJJJER L'fi. 190O.
Published Da"- and Weekly at 1624 Second
Avenue, Rock Island. 111. Entered at tbe
Fo6toOce m Second-class matter.
IN THE NAME OF J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dally, 10 cents per week. Weekly,
11.00 per annum In advance.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, most
bare real name attached for publication. No
sueb article will be printed over fictitious sig
natures. Correspondence solicited from every town
hip in Rock Island county.
Mondat, November 26.
Tut. trusts will name tbe successor
to Attorney General Griggs all. right.
The shipping trust wants a subsidy.
Mark llanna always puts that first on
the list for passage.
Mavbk those emotional Frenchmen
will liven up general news a tritle
with some real earnest riots about
fail to see where
pail" figures in a
33 per cent.
of tbe steel trupt
the "full dinner
wage reduction of
From Gen. MacArthur down, A trier
ican officers in the Pailippines are
heartily disgusted with their enforced
service as soldiers or empire.
The Klondike region is not so much
in evidence in sensational news as
formerly, but it pinned out about
f 1 ,() JO.000 in gold between Jan. 1
and Oct. 21 of this year.
The tradesman who does not ad
vertise now misses a great opportu
ni ty to increase his business. The
best business goes to the best adver
tiser. A trial of The Ai;ls columns
will substantiate this statement.
The legislature that will meet thi3
winter may undertake to reapportion
the state into senatorial districts
This is done after every decennial
census, although it was not done
until lb'Jo, after tbe census of lb'JO.
R .-$ kvklt's charge upon San Juan
hill was all right, but his charge upon
the ice trust was the quietest, tamest
bit of rough riding yet recorded. 'I he
nation was looking on in one instance,
Tom Flit t was doing the looking in
The Chicago & Northwestern rail
way has instituted an ecomical re
form in special stubs, pens, lamp
wicks, etc.. tnat will probably save
tbe road f 25.000 a year. Yet the
economy of attending to trifles is not
always obvious. It is computed that
a carpenter stopping to pick up the
nails that fall from his apron loses
more time than the nails are worth.
Cong HERMAN Hoi-kins, who is
chairman of the committee on census
and a leading member of the ways and
means committee, favors an appor
tionment of one representative to
every 198,000 of population. This
would increase the house membership
18 or 20. As the committee on cen
hu9 of which he is chairman will pre
pare the apportionment bill, the basis
of 118,000 is likely to be adopted.
PKESKNT STATl 8 OT I'ORTO RICO.
United States District Judge
Brown's ruling that Porto Kico is a
part of the I'nited States and that,
under the terms of the Paris treaty
which eeded the island to us, it may
not now be regarded as foreign terri
tory, the St. Louis Republic declares
is soundly based on law and in ac
cordance with the American constitu
tion. The Republic also remarks it is
only reasonable to expect that in the
Goetze case, coming shortly before
the supreme court of the United
States, a decision of similar tenor will
be rendered. This case strikes di
rectly at the legality of tbe Porto
Rican tariff bill passed bv a republi
can congress at the dictation of Presi
dent McKinlev. Its hearing by the
supreme court offers the first oppor
tunitv tor tnat nign tribunal to piss
judgment npon the act which Former
President Harrison has denounced as
constituting "a wide departure from
right principles." It is natural, under
tbe circumstances that the pres
r trip only
Eie!icine that will enre Diabetes.
Like Hripht's Ownse. this dis--ie
was incurable until Dodd's
Kidney Pilla cured it. Doctors
tliemselres confess that without
IVxM's Kidney rills they are
powers against Diabetes.
IVnM's Kidney Pills are the first
medicine that eTer cured Diabe
tes. Imitations box, name and
pill are advertised to do so, but
the medicine that does cure
la Dodd's Kilaej rCls.
Dodd's Kidney Pills are fifty
cent a box, at all dealers.
f m nnfv
ident's party sbould await with
the greatest misgiving the su
preme court's ruling upon the con
stitutional status of Porto Rico. If
that body hold that Porto Rico is now
essentially a part of the United States,
and that therefore the levying of a
tariff tax from which other sections of
the United States were exempt was
unconstitutional and illegal, cot only
must tbe McKinley administration
modify its "colonial policy." but it
must stand convicted before the peo
ple of a very-serious assanlt upon the
rights of American citizens.
President UcKinley's position in
such a contingency would be embar
rassing indeed, inasmuch as tbe pres
ident clearly saw the right when he
announced to congress that it was
"our plain doty" to extend free trade
to Porto Rico. It was only under
pressure from the sugar trust that
Mr. McKinley reversed himself on this
issue, and pressure from the sugar
trust is not a strong plea in extenua
tion of a sin against tbe constitution.
Mr. McKinley seems to be in line for
a rebuke that should be most humil
iating to an American president.
MEDICINE A FATOKITE PROFESSION
lbe census wru enow tnat more
young men are studying medicine
than aro studying law and theology
combined; and that more .young men
are studying the clergy and medicine
in Illinois than any other state, al
though .New York leads in tbe number
of students. The census shows only
the medical, law and other students in
the professional schools, making no
record of the thousands, who, for
economy or other reasons, are reading
law or medicine in the oCices of active
practitioners. There are 23,778 young
men in the medical colleges of the
Lmted States; less than half as many
11.874 in tbe law schools and only
about one-third as manv 8,2til in
the theological seminaries. The four
states having the largest number of
Srofessional students are Illinois,
ew York, Pennsylvania and Mis
souri, as follows:
Theology. Law. Medicine. Total.
New York... l'7 jjh 2 4JM er
Illinois... l 117 1.S7H 2W. .
Pennsylvania 74." f7 s.kh
Missouri ;7 371 3.1.SJ
MOLINE AHEAD OF US IN
The Moline Dispatch, with appar
ent satisfaction, presents a table
showing the basis of representation
at the next republican county con-
vcBtion, in which Moline, a. a result
of her large vote for McKinley Nov.
6, will have more delegates than
Rock Island, and may help that city
to break into the court house with
another official. The Dispatch says:
"The new republican county con
vention in which the representation
will be based on the vote for McKin
ley this month, will consist of 355
delegates. At all events that will be
the number if the same basis is used
as heretofore one delegate at large
from each township and one delegate
for each 25 votes or fraction of more
than half tbat number cast for Mc
Kinley for president.
"Of these 355 delegates, Moline will
have 116, Rock Island 114, and the
country townships an -aggregate of
125. It will be seen that Moline will
have two delegates more than
Rock Island is entitled to
though in the last convention
Rock Island had 12 more than
Moline. South Moline has made a re
markable record in the growth of her
republican vote, gaining four dele
gates, notwithstanding the loss of
Stewartvilie, whieh has come into the
city since the vote of 1896 was taken.
South Hock island s representation re
"Maline and Rock Island together
gain '36 delegates, South Moline 4,
and the remaining townships exactly
hold their own four townships gain
ing one each, and . four losing one
each. The four that gain aro Buffalo
Prairie. Coal Valley. Cordova and
Edgington. Ine four tbat lose are
Bowling, Drury, Hampton and Port
The Dairy Farm" Coming
"The Dairv Farm," a quaint rural
drama bv Eleanor Merron, will be
presented at the Burtis Thursday,
matinee and evening, by atnorougnlv
competent company of actors and
staged with all the original scenery
and costumes. This charming play
is quaint, homely and rustic to a de
gree. It portrays human emotions
and teaches the lesson that sternness
and self-assumed infallibility are ill
placed feelings in human breasts. In
writing the play Miss Merron has
alienated that part that is so promi
nent in tee rural drama, where tbe
villian always betravs some more or
less innocent couutrv cirl. This feat
ure is absent in "The Dairy Farm
in lact, in ine wnoie piay mere is
nothing suggestive nor anything that
could possibly offend the finer feel
ings of the most critical.
Advertised Umt of letter Ko. 46.
IJst of letters uncalled for at the postoffice
St KOCK IMilia. isov. lts. iw
Uysinger. C. O.
Durd. C. C.
Ie Las a air F- O.
Frazer, G. W. Mr.
Ne soa. Carl P.
Koberson. F. Fl
Rogers, H H. Mrx.
siewtrt William T.
Wheeler. II. C.
Wilson. T. J.
Jacsn. Joseph T,
Mack. J. li
When calling for advertised letters please
give the list number.
Thomas u. TEOHis. f ostmafter.
Stops ths Coach and Works Off the Cold
Laxative Bromo! Quinine .Tablets
enre a cold in one day. No cure, no
dav. Prioe 25c.
When vou want prompt acting little
pills that never gripe use DcWitt's
Little Early Risers. B. U. Biebcr,
Hartz & Llleaieyer.
SOON TO SWEEP ISLANDS:
Danlelson Says Arm la Planning
Similoan, Laguna De Bay,
Oct. 3, 1900 We are now
ready to cross tho balance of the
island and stretch a wire to the Pa-j
citic coast, and we will be in the ,
mountains and swamps for some time
to come. How much fighting we'll
do is hard to tell. We will get into
it. that is sure. The army is going to
make a sweep of the whole islands
soon. We will have 750 men in this
brigade. Gen. Hall is with us now.
He came today. My company just
got back to camp at 9 p. m. yester
day after a hike of 14 hours in rain
and water and mud waist deep.
This will be my last letter for a long
time. This is a very rough undertak
ing, through and across an unknown
country. We carry with us only one
shirt and one suit. What we get to
eat and where we sleep are details to
be vet determined. I suppose I will
sleep in the river somewhere, because
it nas a oea, ana cover up
sheet of water.
M. H. Damelsox
Bow to Treat m Troublesome Coin.
To remove a troublesome corn or
bunion: First soak the corn or bun
ion in warm water to soften it, then
pare it down as closely as possible
without drawing blood and apply
unamoeriain a xain uaim twice uaiiv,
robbing vigorously for live minutes
at each application. A corn plaster
should be worn lor a few days to pro
tect it from the shoe. As "a general
liniment for sprains, bruises, lame
ness and rheumatism, Pain Balm is
unequaled. For sale by all druggists
Licensed to Wed.
Peter M. Vuist Moline
Mi as Catharicc Bloom Moliae
Barnet Kulp Montlcello. Iowa
Miss Sarah Uotuieb Rock island
Myron Nicholson Port Myron
Miss Km ma W. Osborn 1'ort Byron
,lohn(l. Nicholson Port Byron
Miss Mabel George Cordo a
ttacar Gorden Gilcbri
Miss Stolla Reynolds New Windsor
Kdltor See Wonder.
Editor W. V. Birry, of Lexington,
Tcnn., in exploring Mammoth cave
contracted a severe case of piles
His quick cure through using Buck-
an a Arnica balve convinced him it is
another world's wonder. Cures piles,
injuries, inflammation and all bodily
eruptions. Only 25 cents at Hartz &
David City, Neb., April 1. 1900.
Genesee Pure Food company, Lc Roy,
N- Y. (ientlemen: I must say in
regard to Grain-O that there i9 noth
ing better or healthier. We have
usl it for years. Mv 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. Wo got a package, but did not
like it at first, but now we would not
be without it. My brother has been
well ever since we started to use it.
Yours truly, Lillie Sochor.
Isaeal catarrh quickly yields to
treatmeat by Ely's Cream Balm,
wnicn is agreeauiy aromatic, it is
received through the nostrils, cleanses
and heals the whole surface over
which it diffuses itself. A remedy
lor nasal caiarrn wnicn is drying or
exciting to tbe diseased membrane
should not be used. Cream Balm is
recognized as a specitic. Price 50
cents at the druggists or bv mail. A
cold in the head immediately disap
pears when Cream Balm is used. Elv
Brothers, 56 Warren street, New York.
Mrs. T. Briddleman, Parshallville,
Mich., was troubled with salt rheum
for 13 years and had tried a number
of doctors without relief. After three
applications of Banner Salve her
hands became better, and in a short
t'uie were entirely cured. For sale
by all druggists.
Bsan ths 8 Kind Yea Haw Always Boujjit
Mac m tick m Qamr
1m tv IK. lar Qnn M it Cast
Notice of Publication Cbaooery .
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. )
In the Circuit Court to the January term,
A. D-. 1901-
Ilirsm Ruby, trustee for Katie Ruby. Olive
Ruby. Mary Kjby. Minnie Ruby and Lizzie
Ruby vs. Orlando M. Gunneli and Catherine
Gunnell. In Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-retidence of the said
Orlando M. Gunned and Catherine Gunnell. de
fendants above named, having been filed lc
tbe clerk's of oe of the circuit court of said
county, notice rs hereby riven to the said
rem reMaent aerenaanis. mat me complainant
hied his bill of complaict in said court on
the chancery side thereof, on the 1Mb day
of November. A. D. . 1.0. and that thereupon
a summons issued out of sa:d court, wherein
said suit l now pending, returnable on the
s'venin day In the month of January next.
as ls by law required.
Now. unlc&s vou. me sa a non resident
defendants above named. Orlando M Gun
nell and Catherine "-unnell. shall personally
be and appear before tbe said circuit
court, on tbe urst day of the next term
thereof, to be hold en at Rock Island, in
and for said count v. on the first Mondav
In January next, and plead, answer or demur
to the saul complainant s dui or complaint,
the same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated, will be taken as confeaMd
and adecree entered asaoist you according
to the prayer of said Mil.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Lnlaod. lit. Nov. la. 1X
& S. k. Ken wtiKTHT. Complainant's So-
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED GOOD.RELI ABLE OILSALES
man. on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and 1 tuple in cut company, Cleve
WANTED A VOCNG MAN OVER 17
years to work in a shoe store. Mu&t
give best of reterences and be a bustier.
Answer in own handwriting. Address -L 15,
Aug us office.
WANTED HELI ABLE! MEN TO SELL
our line of high grade lubricating oils.
grsases, paints and varnishes. Salary or com
mission. Address the jtQams-tTanglin UU Co..
WANTED HUSTLING A GENTS TO SELL
our incandescent sasoUne lamDS. Eaoh
burner produces lOOcandle cower lieht: all
stores want them: good Inducement to relia
ble salesman. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Mansfield, Ohio.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A NURSE
GIRL AT IG0-2
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOCSE
work at iaoi Fourth avenue. Mrs. Dr.
VTANTED A YOUNG GIRL TO DO
light housework. Inquire at 825 Twelfth
r A N TED COOK. GOOD WAGES PAID-
Reference reouired. Hiim Twentieth
1J ANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
v work. No wa-hing. Applj at i.'18 Fif th-
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work in bmall family. Good wages, at
.XV ocvoiio avenue.
TTT ANTED GIRLS FOR BUNCHING AND
v stripping at Mormon s cigar factory,
i?iv luiru avenue.
TT7ANTFD A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
v v in llKbt housework Two in family. In
quire at fuu Twenty-first street.
fTT ANTED COMPETENT DRES3MAKER
v to take in as a partner to conduct an
up-to-date dressmaking establishment. None
but experienced and reliable seamstresses
need apply Address "K. 11, Arucs
TTT ANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
" at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
r ouru street.
7 A NTED SITUA TION IN OFFICE BY
v V youne lady to do office work. Address
box 1321. Moline, 111.
TTAN TED ALL KIND3 OF PLAIN SEW
V ing. including wrappers and school
dresses, at 710 First avenue.
WANTED POSITION AS
or nurse Kefercnoes.
li., lii04 Third avenue, Moline. 111.
TITAN TED SITUATION BY GIRLOF1STO
v do light housework. Call at Mrs.
AVynes' on Watch Tower line, or address
general delivery, city.
tT ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
1 T and board at Siio Fourth avenue.
TT ANTED A LIVE CANVASSES, LADY
v V or (.-entleru.tQ. Call evenings at
117 ANTED-A FEW PRIVATE liOAKD-
vT ers, with or without room, at Sev
enteenth street. All
lneludlD' steam heat.
flTANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
tV en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-ruth streets and r if th and fourth
avenues. Address "D, Auuds.
I1TANTED-AGENTS IN EVERY COUN
v v ty for Riddle s tiftecn-yearV tip-to-date
Farmers Kecora. t rom si. -hi to oer month
can he maae. 1 nis is no experiment, but ab
solute fac s. Call on or address W. T. Pile,
general manager, isox ou.i, uixon, m.
PALMISTRY AND LIFE READER.
AND PALMISTRY EXPERT THE BEST
and most expert on earth. Don'ttail tocall
on this noted lady. Consult her on all affairs
of life. Shn can and will tell you tnie. The
madam makes a fpecialty of business. l"w
family matters, estrangements, love, court'
ships, mar-iages. divorces, journevs. wills, oen
siohs. and in fact on all tbe affairs of life. Of
fice hours from 4 p. m. till U p. m. Office and
parlors at IS.' I Fourth avenue, near Fourteenth
LOST AND FOUND.
r OST-A BLACK AND WHITE FEMALE
J hunting do. Ketura to J. F. Scha;
iWl Fourth avenue, and be rewarded.
LOST A 12 YARD RU3. BETWEEN
Ninth street and Sixth avenue.and Tenth
street and Fifth avenue. Finder return to
AHGrs ottlce, and receive reward.
UOO.MS AND BOARD WITH STEAM
hea: also one or two rooms suitable for
lignt housekeeping at -U Fourth avenue
incumbrance, nice borne.
4H years, no
yearly, iproperty 1.12.0 '0. bank references.
wants wife wno wui appreciate kindness. Mr.
Will, box 11-.. C hicago. 111.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR
k-. ' goods by sampie to wholesale and retail
trade. We are the largest and only manufac
turers m our line in ine wono. liberal salary
paid. Address, tan-uei Manufacturing com
pany. Savannah, Ga.
LAGS. RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
-a- cara or leave wora at zt'os Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue
If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell
i wui come to your bouse and oav vou from
sown per hundred for rags. All calls will re
celve prompt attention, li. F. Klugger.
X P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS. AND
f l exchanges au kinds of second hand goods.
wui pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing and
clean.ee done also. J. p. Williamson, 1515
becond avenue. Telephone number 484.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, tne Mail is the one paper In Moline
that can do It for you. Mall wants are dodu-
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half ont
per word la the price to all alike, cash In ad
vance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening and
Biuuur as au. isoiisa, xu.
CLAIR VOYA NT.
EUROPE'S WONDERFUL PALM READ
er. lately arrived, informs the rjublic of
her wonderful powers In reading the history
or ones lire. ry examining tbe palm of tbe
band, telling tbe past, present and future. Ad
vice given in business matters and fataiiy
affair. lost or stolen nrooertv: tells vou the
initials of your future companion, whether
false or true. Tells you what ousinesx vou are
adapted to. Tells you ail about absent friends,
whether living or dead Tellsyou what placet
you were born under. What part of the coun
try is luckiest for you. Hours. U . m. to U d.
m.. arJ2 Fourth avenue. Roc Island. 111.
MRS. A. SEYMOUR. CLAIRVOYANT
and business medium, will be at bM
Twentieth street for a short time only. Hours
from V a. no. to p. m. Satisfaction guaran
H. STRAUB. PROFESSOR OF DIA
duction. All disease successful! trail
ed without medicine or electricity. Di ad no
tion euro while you lcep. No cure no pay.
Afflicted persons, particnla'ly those pro
Douoced Incorable. are Invited to call or wrte.
Office. 117 sixteenth street between First and
Second avenues Hours, to to U a. m.. 2 to
and 7 to 8 P- m. Sundays, i to 1 p. m.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
R RENT FOUR UNFURNISHED
rooms at r-12 Firat aver.ue.
T7K)R RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
A? ble for two persons. Call at 1503 Second
venue; second floor.
FOR BENT FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
with heat and bath, very centrsiiy lo
cated. 1S19 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A N I "ELY FURNISHED
room, suitable for two. with bath and
(team heat, 326 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM FOR
light houseteeping. suitable for one or
two persons. Iniutie at 527 Twentieth street.
T7KR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
A. room to man and wife or two gentlemen.
Heat, light and bath. Call at lrj8 Twentieth
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
or suite of rooms, with all modern con
veniences. Good location. Inquire at 544
CX5R RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
A' second floor room: outside entrance;
southeast exposure. Gentleman preferred
Apply at 3S01 Seventh avenue
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT A 5-ROOM COTTAGE. 3052
R RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE. APPLY
at tc'l Twenty-tirst street.
FOR RENT A 3-ROOM HOUSE AT I0.V1
Seventh street. Apply at Weaver s gro
cery on premises.
FOR RENT STEAM HEATED FUR
nished rooms for light housekeeping over
Mauaker & Tonn's grocery.
IPOR RENT SEVEN ROOM FLAT. WITH
A? all modern conveniences; aoove Elm
street drug store. Inquire at Elm stree
TJIOR RENT TWO S ROOM HOUSES. NEW,
J- with bath acd furnace, modern. Corner
of Tentb avenue aud bevenieenth street.
lcquire of Hull & Co.
FOR RENT A 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH
modern conveniences on corner of Sixth
avenue and Twenty-eighth street. Apply at
bio j wcnty-eigbta street.
TTIOR RENT A NEW .VROOM COTTAGE,
A. bath rooms ga. hot and cold water.
newly papered, on Forty-second street. $15
month. Apply to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TTIOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. AN A 1
JL Steck upright grand piano. Address box
385, Rock 1-1 ami.
TTIOR SALE TWO WORKING HORSES
A? also a joung, gentle buggy horse. Inquire
at tfc xnirty-eicntn street.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
TTIOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
X? lot 80x150, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry.bet ween Eleventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue, inquire at Donaldson
FOR SALE BARGAIN IF TAKEN SOON.
A 35-room. well furnished hotel doing a
good bMsirress in a live town. Two blocks
from railroad station. For sale cheap. S. S
Hull & Co.
IjlOR SALE LOTS IN MCENIRY'S AI
. dltlon by E. J. Burns, mom 12, Mitchell &
T J I. . . ! 1 ; ... T V. 1 ....... A Cl.il. ..
uuuc uuuuiuk. x iicbc ii' ii are vu oiaiu btd-
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur-
MONEY TO LOAN.
UTONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
1'X on any kind of security Also choice
property tor sale and rent. W. L. Coyne
so beventecntn street, up stairs.
VfONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
ill. gage loans by W. H Eastman, 1712 Sec
ond avenua, without publlty or removal. He
also makes ooueations bard ones a specialty.
"TONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE,
.'x. pianos, carriage, borses, diamonds, etc.
Also time chei-Ks cusncu. i ou can pay in
money at an v tirne to reduce interest on loan
Room 50. McCullough building. Davenport
Mortgage Loitn company, Davenport, Iowa
11 7" ANT ED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
Tv monds, watches, jewelry, hardware.
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, eto. Highest cash prices
paid ror second nana gooas oi an Kinas also
Tbe above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
cocnaenuai. mis new uumoer ana location,
1623 Second avenue Don't forget it. J. W
Jones. Two ringson 1447
Is over and Frazer can now sup
ply you with all kinds of Lehigh
Valley coal at a reasonable price.
An abundant supply of Pocahon
tas, Smokeless Coal, Cannel Coal
for grates and Soft Coal always
E. G. FRAtdR.
Publication Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Lsland County. (
In the circuit court, January term, A. D.
Eva Irvin rs. Char.es Irvin. In chancery.
Affidavit tbat the residence of Charles Irvin
is urutnown and tbat on diligent inquiry his
lace or residence cannot oe ascertained.
aving been rued in the office of the
clerk or said circuit court of Ruck Is
land county, notice us bcreliy given to
tbe said aerccaa'jt, tnat tne complainant has
filed her cUl of uompialnt in said court, on tin
chancery side thereof, on the 21st day of Nov.
A. I. ll". and that a summons thereupon
issued out of said court agtiost said defend
ant, returnable on tbe 7th day of January. A.
D. I jOI, to the circuit court of sa d Rock IsUnd
ountv. to be boiden at the court touse In the
city of Rock island, aa Is by law required.
Now. therefore, unless you. the said
Charles Irvin r-bal personally be and ap
pear -before the said circuit court of
Kock Island county, on tbe Urst dav of tbe
next term thereof, to be hoiden at tbe court
house in the city of Kock island In said county.
ontfaeTthdsv of January. A. i). 11(01. and
plead, answer or demur to the said complain
ant s biu or compiamL, me same, ana tne mat
ters and thingf therein charged and stated.
will be taeu as conreea, and a decree
entered against you according to the prayer
Of said biiL
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the seal of said court, at
my omce In Kock island, this 21st day of No
vember. A. D. Uui.
Ceukci W. GAMBI.K, Clerk.
SrAHLK & Ma&kuau.. Complainant's Solici
IOCS. NOV. .1, A. A. 1JC.
Opposite Harper House,
Rock Island Rabbitry
Importers and Breeders of Pedigreed Belgian Hares.
Oar Rabbitry contains more champions and
prize winners than any Rabbitry
east of Denver, sacb as
Champion Edinboro II, score 96.
Champion Fox Coat.
Union Jack, score 96, by Fashoda.
Denham Don, Jr., score 95.
Climax, by Fashoda.
All of These Animals are Imported
Wc have domestic Does for sale which we will breed
to imported Bucks. Call and examine. Visitors welcome.
1319 Second Avenue.
Oliver K. Cramer, attorney.
State of Illinois, !
County of Rock Island
In the Cireii t Court In Chancerjv
Henry Fluegel vs. The feecouu Biiptlst
Church of Roc Island, 111., and John Wolfrum
Foreclosure, general No. 4MD
Notice is hereby given thiit by virtue of a
derr" of said tourt. -nterrd in the above en
titled cause, on tbe First (lay of November. A.
D. l'.nio.I shall, onSaturday. tli Fifteenth day
of December, A. 1. 1U00. at the hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon, at the Court
House, in tbe city of Uock Island. In s:tld
County of Koelc Island, to satisfy suid di'orec,
sell at public vendue to the highest bidder
for cash tbat certain parcel of land, situate in
the County of liock Island ;ind State of Illi
nois, known and described ;is follows, towlt:
Lot number Eight H In Block number
Forty-four (4-1) in tbat part of tbe city of
Bbck Island known as and called "Chicago or
Lower Addition" to said City.
Dated at Kock island. Illinois, this 'lentil
day of November, A. D. ltfoo.
r.I.WIN IV J A KM ENTEK.
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County, 111.
O. E. C it amer Complainant's Solicitor.
Estate of Miriam L. HUUer, deceased.
The undersigned having peen appointed ad'
mlnistrator of the estate of Miriam L. Hllller,
late of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tbat he
will appear before the county court oi kock
Island county, at the county court room, in
the citv of Hock Island, at the January term
on tbe first Monday In January next, at which
time ail persons navmg Claims against saia
estate are notified and requested to attend.
for tne DumoBS or navmg tne same amusieu.
All nersona indebted to said estate arc re
quested to make Immediate payment to th
Dated this istn day or novemner, a. d. im
GkokobF. Roth. Administrator.
Jackson & Uukst, Attorneys.
Do N'T Be Fooled!
Take the cenalne, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Mads only bv Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Oar trad
msrk cut on each package.
Price. 35 cents. 4vr cold
In bulk. Accp: d .
MMeuMi iu tute. Ask your drug
T. H. Thomas, sole agent.
DO NOT HESITATE
If you have prescriptions to be filled to
bring them to uh. We are making the
pressn r ton business ths feature of our
store. Having It at all times in the care
of competent registered drugcists, we
feel fully justified in soliciting vour pre
senption work. Our White Iine and
Tar Cough Syrup is in demand and la
giving splendid satisfaction.
Canode & Co.
Fharmac'lata. Successor , to Babnben 's
, Drug Stor.
Twentieth St. and Fourth Arc.
Shoe for wemea,
In light and heavy
Soles. AA to EE in
All leathers. For sale
Duchess of Isleworth.
What is Your Best
A 5C CIGAR
Was asked J. P. SKX
TON of J. P. Sexton
Co., 1818 Second ave
nue, the other day.
Was the reply. "How
do you account for
that," was asked. "Bo
"The New York
Is the best seed and
Havana 5c cigar we
have been able to find
JUST TRY OJfK AKI BE CONVINCED
JTotto f Publication Chmnoary
State of Illinois, I m
County of Rook Island, f
la the circuit court, January term, A. D.
Abraham Glover vs. Fannie Clover. In
Affidavit of the con-residence of Faanle
Glover, the defendant above named, hav
ing been Bled in the office of tbe cleric of said
circuit court of Rock Island county, no
tice Is hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant, tbat tbe oom plain ant has filed bis
bill of comDlalnt In said court. on tbe cbanoeny
side thereof, on the Uth day of November A.
D. 18"). and tbat a summons thereupon wviiea
out of said court against said defendant, re
turnable on the 7th day of January A. I). 1601 ,
i Is by law required.
Now. therefore, unless Trm. the said Fannie
Glover, shall personally b and appear before,
the said circuit court of Rock Island county, on
the flrat dav of the next term thereof, to be
hoiden at tbe court house in the eity of Rock
Is! and, In said county, on the 7tb day .A.? Jan
uary. A. U. lxi. and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint.
the same and the matters and thlags therein
Charged and stated wui betaken aa confessed,
and a decree entered against you according to
the prayer of said bllL
In testimony whereof. I hav hereunto set
mv hand and affixed the seal of said court at
my office In Rook Island, this 1-tb day of No
vember, a. u. umo.
CBOBGB W. QAMBXB, Urs
s. R KmwiiTHr, Complain sot's Solicitor,
NOT. tt, A. U. 1WW.