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' THE A3XQUS. SATUEDAT, DECEMJJEE 15. I900;
Publisbed Da"- nd Weekly at 1624 Second
Avenue, Rock Island. In. Entered at the
Postofflce as Second-class matter. .
IN THE NAME OF J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Daily. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
I. 00 per annum in advance.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
such article will be printed over fictitious sig
natures Correspondence solicited from every town
ship in Rock Island county.
Satukdat, December 15.
Ik yon would avoid the necessity of
"bucking the line" in your holiday
shopping make your purchases early.
Ex -President Harrison denies that
he favors the ship subsidy bill, the
friends of which aie becoming fewer
The people of Chicago have got so
now that when a day passes without
a bold hold-up, burglary or robbery
thev do not feel right.
Kei-lki.I' an legislators from both
branches and from throughout the
state are having a confidential talk
with Gov. -Elect lates in Chicago to
A ( okiiim! to the estimate of the
postmaster general :i i, 000. 000 of the
70,000,000 people in the United States
vow have the benefit of free ueliverv
Another advance in Standard oil
stock may be leoked for. The trust
has absorbed the Pacific Oil company.
which has been doing business m Cil
ifornia for '!' years. Kcckefeller has
strengthened himself bv the extinc
tion of another competitor.
A i-itoi: to a cemetery at South
Vernon, N. II., will tind the following
upon a gravestone there:
O. he she went, and urn sl.e none
And left poor 1 here all alone-
O. cruel f.ne. lo he so blind
To take he fore and leave I liintl.
Her can never come back to we.
Hut us must surely k to she.
The Illinois 'Central railroad h:ts
paid into the Illinois state treasury
the 4 per cent of its gross receipts
which is in lieu of all taxes for the
vear ending Oct. :51. The amount
was f7M,0'.'3, or f:51,oi'. more than
was paid ituring the world's fair
year, which up to the present held
the high record.
The merchant who invites atten
lion to his holidav wares and novel-
tics is the one who has given some
attention to the matter himself. In
other words the man who advertises
docs some thinking and is up to date
There are plenty of such business
men in the tri-cities,as the columns of
The Ai:.i indicate.
it is reporieu mat a mil is in pro
cess of construction, to ue presented
to the next legislature, providing that
the enormous quantities of crushed
stone excavated from the drainage
canal, be used in making hard roads
over the state, convict labor to be
employed in the construction of the
The postollice department
cided upon six special stamps
benctit of the IVn-Ainerican
tion at IiulTalo. The 1-cent stamp, of
green color, will have a picture of a
lake steamer to represent the great
transportation industry of the inland
seas in which Ilutla'.o is so much in
terested. The 2-cent stamp, printed
in red, win have a railway train
idc 4-cent stamp, in red brown, an
automobile: the o-eent stamp, in blue.
a picture of the new bridge at Niagara
rails; the ;-ecnt stamp, in lilac, a
picture of the lock at Sault Ste.
Marie: and the 10-cent stamp, of
light brown, an ocean steamer.
There are people who are. by rea
son of their occupations, regarded as
undesirable lists bv life insurance
companies. The balloonist, the diver,
the powder mill employe and a faw
others arc not able to have their lives
insuied at all. Some other craftsmen
pay an increased rate and are taken
as"-hazardous" or 'extra hazardous"'
risks. The application of young Alex
ander. King of Servia, fcr'a $500,000
life iusurance policy and the rejection
of his application by three or four
big companies, has developed the fact
that rovaltvlsan uninsurablv hazard-
under (SER.MAN LAWS.
is Excellent for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
Y DR. RICHTER-S WorlJ-Kenoaed
M What occ physician out X many te(:ne
r .Ne York. July I9897.
n making use of Or.
rVDFI I FP"in A,K, nrv.il
ice, I found more satis
faction from it, than from
any Imimeot I have ever used
25c and 50c at all draff11
I. A J. Bicktar A Pearl Sf
36 HIGHEST Batumi! AWARDS,
Kecmmde1 Ob tmmn
nai)M, H hnteaail etna "d
ous profession. Here's another tip
for the administration.
It seems to be the history of the
management of prize ring events that
they can be conducted -"on the level"
just so long and then the Hake
must come. From the test informa
tion now to be had the McGovern
Gans fight at TattersaH's, Chicago,
Thursday night, was not only a fake
all the way through, but a gigantic
swindle, the ends of which extended
to all parts of the country. If the
conductors of the manly art expect
at any time to popularize the sport to
an extent that the law will tolerate it,
they are adopting strange methods to
attract patrons who at least expect
fairness in other respects, to say
nothing of a return for their admis
FATING TUe ELECTION FBOMISE8.
To secure the support of the trusts
and moneyed powers in the last cam
paign, Mark Ilanna, it is needless to
say. wa3 obliged to promise some
thing in return. And when Mark
tells his friends he will do a thing he
does it, for Mark knows his friends as
well as they know him. In the presi
dent s message to congress a tax re
duction of 3o,000,000 is recommend
ed, the reduction to be applied to re
lieve "industries of the people." The
hrst industry to be provided for it
the beer trust, which secures a reduc
tion of $10,000,000 in taxation. The
members of the house ways and
means committee considered this too
big a swipe and opposed it. Mr.
Ilanna appeared upon the scene at
this juncture and forced the commit
tee to give the amalgamated brewers
a f 10,000.000 Christmas present.
If the present congress gives the
beer trust $10. 000,000, passes the
ship subsidy bill, the equally vicious
oleomargarine bill, which increases the
cost of living, and allows Great Brit
ain to dictate the terms of the. Nicar
agua canal bill, all of llanna's pledges
will hi kept. But how of the people
who do the paying?
The United States geological survey
which is investigating the forests of
the country linds that 37 per cent of
the land is wooded. In the various
states the percentages vary from 1 in
South Dakota to 7 in Kansas, to lb in
Illinois, to '1.1 in California, to 40 to
0 along the Atlantic border and to 71
in Washington. The vast amount of
timber in the United States made peo
ple careless about taking measures
for its preservation, and it is gener
ally agreed that if things had been
allowed to go on in their natural
course a timber famine would have
resulted in two or three generations.
For several years past the govern
ment has been laboring to avert such
an outcome, and further steps in this
direction are now agitated.
A great scarcity of timber would be
almost as unfortunate in its effects on
the water supply as on the industries
which use IuiiiLcr. Humboldt s warn
ing is still true: "In felling trees
growing on the sides and summits of
mountains, men under all climates
prepare for subsequent generations
two calaniaties at once a lack of lire-
wood and a lack of water." The
freshet that caused the Johnstown
Hood in ls'J was attributed in part
to the cutting of timber from the mill
creek water shed. I he Johnstown
Water company has bad the region
examined by the division of forestry
and the experts have reconi mended
that bare land be man ted with trees
and that the whole district be care
fully guarded from tire. Such meas
ures taken o0 years ago might have
saved tne lives lost at Johnstown, as
well as the $10,000,000 worth of
property destroyed. In addition to
the prevention of floods, the policy of
fostering forests is necessary for irri
gation and for developing water
1 he government s euort to protect
timber by its system of forest re
serves is familiar to the people of
the west. Wooded areas of 70,000
acres have already been set aside on
the Pacific coast and in the other
western and northern states. It is
now proposed to extend the system.
Reservations are wanted in Northern
Minnesota at the head waters of the
Mississippi, and in Western North
Carolina among the Appalachian
mountains. Advocates cf a Minne
sota park of bOO.OOO acres of land
think that it is essential to Mississippi
navigation, lhe Appalachian reser
vation would be of value in preserving
the head waters of important south
ern rivers. Both parks could be used
as game preserves and as profitable
If conditions are favorable the at
tention of congress will probably be
called to at least one of the prop'osed
plans during the preseut session.
But one thing that congress is net
likely to do is to remove the tariff
from lumber, which would do more to
preserve the forests in this country
than anything else.
HARD TO MARK IT TIT.
The senate is having its hands full
in its endeavor to make the Hav-
Pauncefote treaty meet the ideas and
requirements of American minds and
American institutions. Already a
number of amendments have been
made with a view to "Americanizing"'
this pet administration measure, but
more alterations are yet essential be
fore it will stand any show of appro
bation by the people of this conti
nent. Indeed, little will be left of the
original draft if it is to meet with the
approval of the people of the United
States. In November. 1ms1, James G.
Blaine, then secretary of state, and
whose intense lovaltv to hi? country
n the face of the world was one of his
chief virtues as a statesman, wrote
to Minister Lowel'. at London, that
the first change necessary to mate the
Clayton-Bulwer treaty accord with
the views of tne government of the
United Stated was this: "Every part
of the treaty which forbids the United
States fortifying the canal and holding
the political" control of it in conjunc
tion with the country ia which it is
located to be cancelled." And he
added: "In assuming as a necessity
the political control of whatever
canals may be constructed across the
isthmus, the United States will act in
entire harmony with the governments
within whose" territory the canals
shall be located. Between the United
States and the other American repub
lics there can be no hostility, no
jealousy, no rivalry, no distrust.
This government entertains no design
in connection with this project for its
own advantage which is not also for
the equal or greater advantage of the
country to be directly and immedi
ately affected. Nor does the United
States seek any exclusive or narrow
commercial advantage. It frankly
agrees and will, by public proclama
tion, declare at the proper time, in
conjunction with the republic on
whose soil the canal may be located,
that the same rights and privileges,
ths same tolls and obligations for the
use of the canal, shall apply with ab
solute impartiality to the merchant
marine of every nation on the globe.
And eouallv in time of peace the
harmless use of the canal hall be
freely granted to the war vessels cf
other nations. In time of war, aside
from the defensive use to be made of
it by the country in which it is con
structed and by the United States, the
canal shall be impartially closed
against the war vessels of all belliger
ents. If it be asked why the United
States objects to the assent of Kuro
Dean governments to the terms of
neutrality for the operation of the
canal, my answer is that tht right to
assent implies the right to dissent,
and thus the whole question would be
thrown open for contention as an in
ternational issue. It is the fixed pur
pose of the United State- to confine it
strictly and solely as an American
question, to be dealt with and decided
by the American government."
The Hay -Puuncefote agreement, as
prepared, was open to two of the ob
jections made by Secretary Blaine to
the Clayton-Bulwer treaty. It pro
hibits! "the United States from fortify
ing the canal, ard it provided for the
assent o? European governments to
the terms of neutrality.
The latter objection was eliminated
yesterday by the senate, but there are
other un-American features yet to be
discarded. In fact, as said, the treaty
will not bear any resemblance to its
former self if all is taken out that
makes it out of harmony with pub
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
On Dec. 18 the C.,R. I. & P. railway
will sell round trip tickets to a num
ber of points in the south, west,
northwest and nortn at a rate ol one
fare plus $2. Tickets good for return
within 21 days.
Holiday rates. On Dec. 21, 13, 11,
25. 31 and Jan. 1 the C, K. I. fc P.
railway will sell round trip tickets to
all points on their line within 200
miles at a rate of a fare and one
third for round trip, ('ood to return
up to Jau.
The C, B. & CJ. will have on sale
for the holidays, Christmas and New
Year, round trip tickets at one and
one-third fare to all stations vyithin a
radius of 200 miles from selling sta
tion. Good going Dec. 21, ! and 31,. and
Jan. 1. Returning good to ami in
cluding Jan. 2.
On account of Christmas and New
Year holidays, the Iiock Island & Peo
ria railway will sell tickets to all
points at one fare and a third for the
round trip, tickets on sale Dec. 22, !,
24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1. return limit Jan.
2. For complete information call on
agent at Bock Island & Peoria railway
or adJress M. A. Patterson, G. P. A.
Special holiday rates via the D., R.
& N. W. railway. For Christmas
and New Year holidays the D.. R. I.
& N. W. railway will" sell tickets to
points within 200 miles, including
the Chicago & Northwestern railway,
at one and one-third fare. Tickets on
sale Iec. 22, 2:i. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1.
limited to return Jan. 2. Also spe
cial rates to students and 'eachers
who wish to visit their horres for the
holidavs. For particulars inquire at
city ticket oflice, 1803 Second avenue,
phone lClO. or passenger station, foot
of Twentieth street.
The D., R. I. & N. W. Ry. will sell
homeseekers' excursion tickets to
j points in Iowa. Nebraska, Colorado
.Minnesota, me uaKotas, ana omer
points in northwest territory at "one
fare plus $2. Tickets on sale the first
and third Tuesday in each month.
For particulars as to rates, time.
etc., inquire at city ticket ollice, 1803
Second avenue, or passenger station,
foot of Twentieth street.
To Care m Cold la One Day
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
All druggists refund the money
fails to cure. E. W. Groves'
signature on each box
Price 25 c.
Art thou one of the many that has
drained the golden nectar that maketh
thy heart full of strength and glad
ness? If not, take Rocky Mountain
Tea. For sale bv T. II. Thomas.
-an t! A Kd Kl Kwaft tZ
WANTED MALE HELP.
WASTED-TWO GOOD SALESMEN AND
collectors. Steady and profitable em
ployment, ss- Twentietn street.
j YVT ANTED GOO D.RETJ ABLE OILSALES
5 fV man, on commission or salary. Address
' Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
; land, Ohio.
I 1TAXTEVMAN TO PERMANENTLY
I V represent m manasrinir local brand".
Salary is per week and expenses. Manufac
turer!. 3i t'axton Huiiding, Chicago.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TOSEX.L
our icoandescent gasoline lamps. Each
burner produces licandle power light; all
stores Tint them: good inducement to relia
ble salesman. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Mam&eld, Ohio.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A COOK AT & TWENTIETH
TIT ANTED COOK AT WRIGHTS RES-
taurant, Second avenue.
ANTED A ;IKL FOR GENERAL
housework, at sjo Nineteenth ktreet.
WANTED COMPETENT GIKL
general housework. Mrs. C. .
: is Twenty-third streei. .
WANTED A FEW BRIGHT, ENERGETIC
ladies (married ureferreU) to assist me
in my business during their spare time. Per
manent pTCitiocs and good withes eHsily
'.mule. Call between 10 and 5. on Mrs. William
Wiggers, 417 West Sixteeoth street. Daven
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
T ANTED SITC AT ION TO DO WORK
T about premises of city residence by
single m id. Kxperieneed in that line, tier
man. Address "K 11 ARiDS.
1TANTED SITUATION AS HOUSE
TV keeper by miudle-;!ged lady, either in
town or country. No objection to children.
Address "t;. 11." 60; Sixth street, city.
WASTED SITUATION AS COACHMAN
by a thoroughly reliable and cxper
iencfii unmarried man. Can furnish best of
references. Aildvpss John Edmund, !'li Fourth
avenue. Moline. Hi.
ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at ---6 Fourth avenue.
WANTED ii LOOSE RED SPRINGS TO
tighten better than new. Price 5v
cents. . I. Williaxson. I.";." 'Second avenue.
CT ANTED HOARDERS AND ROOMERS
If ai iv.-.-!' Second avenue. Modern board
i .-)'' hnuse with steam beat, gas aiid bath in
very central loedti jn.
I T ANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV-
en or eigbt rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-ii'th streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D." Akucs.
LOST AND FOUND.
ITIOI ND LADY'S PURS E.CONTA ININ i
JL' a small amount of money, cards, etc.
Owner can have same by identifying it at the
haivation Army Hail, I.v.i second avenue.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR
Roods by sample to wholesale and retail
traue. We are the largest and only manufac
turers in our line in th; worlU. Liberal salary
paid. Aaaress. uim-uet Manufacturing com'
p.iny. avacnan. oa.
T AGS, RUBBERS. ETO. SEND POSTAL
e i card or leave vord i.t 220.1 Fourth ave'
r.ue. or lortietii street aad Fifth avenue
If you have any rass, ruD'oer, etc., to sell
I will come to your house and pay you from
50 to .0 per hundred for raps. All calls will re
ceive prompt attention, ii. F. Klugger.
X P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
tJ exchanges all k:nas of sucond hand goods.
will pay more loan any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove renairtng and
clcanmc done aJa ,T. p. iliiivmson. 151
Second avenue, .telephone number 4fsi.
TP YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
JL or rent anything, en f age helD or secure
t'.tuatton. tne Mali Is tie one paper in Moline
isat can Co it for you. Mail wants are dodu
tar ard Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
oer word is tne rmoe to an alike, cash In ad.
ranee. 2-cect stamps will do. Evening and
sunaa7 man, jcoune. iu.
FOK SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
T7IOR SALE AN UPRIGHT PIANO IN
JO t'oud condition. Call at 6-.'t Nineteenth
street, north Uuur.
MARPER S THEATRE.
Charles Rleuer. Sole Lessee and Mgr.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Sunday, Dec. 16.
Fit and Webster present the original
Harney Ferguson In a twentieth cen
tury version of
and a stroni? supporting company se
lected for their special fitness to give
this laugnable farce tne funDiest .re
Rentation it ever had. Pleading HDei--la
ties fenny iximediaDK, merry
rtioni-es ana pretty girls The longest
anil loudest laugh of the season.
Prices 1"C. 2iv :;"- and .Vic. Sali of
seats at Bieuer's. Phone 4';'3.
ITo have a case in the home
is 11 He navin? money in ve
bank. Its valup is standing
)o4 by Draff im3T)frrs.
WILLOW 5PRJNCS OISTILLERYi
I II I MP
'. LE-"r-- .r '- .i?n;rvr-4 r
Sole Agent for W. L. DOUGLASS SHOES.
FOK RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT A FURNISHEDROOMSUTTA
ble for two persons. Call at 1608 Second
venue; second floor.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room with heat, gas and bath at 4'1':.
FOR RENT TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
for litrut housekeeping, and one furnished
with board. :ft8 Ninth street.
FOR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHFD
rooms, all modern conveoiences. Gentle
men only. 111! Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room on Twenty-third street. Price
reasonable. Address "L li, " Aik.us.
T7K)R RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
" rooms, steam het and bath. All modern
conveniences: three blocks from postofflce.
50 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT
0808 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT A NEW HOUSE. MODERN
conveniences. Apply a: KM Twelfth
FOR RENT A NEW HOUSE. MODERN
conveniences. Apply at 536 Twelfth
FOR RENT 5-ROOM COTTAGE AT
Fifth avenue. Inquire at 170! Second
FOR RENT AN ?-ROOM HOUSE AT
Fifth-and-a-haif avenue. Inquire at -V30
FOS!RENT A HOUSE OF FOUR ROOMS.
Inquire of Peter Reuiu. Ninth street,
Scuth Rook Island.
ITOR RENT SEVEN ROOM FLAT. WITH
A. all modem conveniences: aoove Elm
street drug store. Inquire at Elm street
TTIOR RENT TWO f ROOM HOUSES, NEW
-C with bath and furnace, modern. Corner
of Tenth avenue and Seventeenth street
Inquire of Hull & Co.
THOR RENT A MODERN? Si-ROOM HOUSE.
X? bath and furnace. Twenty-second sireet
between Ninth and Tenth avenues. Apply to
John N. Horo. coiner Eighteenth stteet and
Secor.d a enue.
TTIOR RENT A NEW s.ROOM HOUSE ON
X1 t-ixih avenue between Twenty-seventh
and Twenty-ei'Uih streets Electric light.
furnace, bath room aid all modern conven
iences. Apply at s.t5 Twenty-second street.
TTVDR RENT 3o: HOUSE OK EIGHT
jl rooms on Twenty-third street. Hot
water, heat, electric livbt. modern through'
out. Occupant vacates Jan. 1 Would als'j
ell all or part of furnishings. Spier did chance
for young couple. Address ' H. 13,' Am. us
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
TTIOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
-P lot 80x1 f)0, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry.between Eleventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inoulre at Donaldson's
TilOR SALE BARGAIN IF TAICFN SOON
A? A 35-room. well furnished hotel doing a
good business in a live town. Two blocks
from railroad station. For sale cheap. S. S.
Hull & Co.
FOR SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
dltlon by E J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur
chaser. BUSINESS CHANCES.
A SALESMAN OF GOOD P.USINESS REC
ord can secure an interest in an estab
lished business. Full tine required. Travel
ing expenses paid. Address "Manufacturer,
loo,'' care A bucs.
MONEY TO LOAN.
jlfONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
i-'A. on any kind of security Also cbolce
property for sale and rent. W. L. Coyne,
zu beventeentn street, up stairs.
fONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
iu. gage loans by W. If Eastman, 1718 See
ond avenue, without publity or removal. He
also make collections bard ones a spealalty
ONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE,
pianos, ca'riages. norses. diamonds, etc
Also time cheeks cashed. You can pay in
money at any time to reduce Interest on loan
Room .V, MeCullough builJing. Uavenport
Mortgage lxan company, Uavenport, Iowa
VT A NTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
v v monds. watches, jewelry, hardware.
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, eta Highest casn prices
paia ior secona nana goods or an Kinds also
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. Ail business transactions strictly
connuenuai. ins new number ana location,
less Second avenue Don't fortret it J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1317
YVT H. STRAUU. PROFESSOR OF II A -
duction. All diseases successfully treat-
cu wuuout meuieine or electricity. liaOuc
tion cures while you fleep. No cure no pay
Amicicn persons, cartici:al v those nro-
nouncea lncuraoie, are invited to cu or write.
Orace. 117 Sixteenth street between Firs, and
Second avenues. Hours, in tola a. m., to 4
ana i to s p. m. aundays, - to 4 p. m.
f JYPSV O.I-EEN KEAHF.ft LATELY A II
vl rived, informs the du -lie of her wonder
ful poweri In read. nr the hisiorvof one's lite
try examinm the palm of ice hand, telling toe
past, present and future. Advice given id all
business matters and family a!7jirs- Tci:.i ou
the initials of your future companion, whether
false or true. 1 ells jou wnat (u-iness vou are
adapted to. Tel s you all about al.st.-nt fri- nds.
whether living or dead. 4U J2hteenih fctreet.
ZCLUKEE THE HINDOO. ADEITPALM
irtry and life render, is tow stopping In
this city for a tiUic. She is. the tx?t and ia:t
expert paisistry reade" on earih. !.- t fail
to consult her or, ail a!Tair- of life. She wiil
te!l you trje. Advice gncn In h;msvs trades.
ravel, marr.a'i's. love ana uivorces. una t
tut off your coming, hut call at once you will
be pieased. Sue alv t':ves the only true 'Hin
doo charm to bring i:oKl luck in love, mar
riages and iavestmenta. She i at 132 Fourth
avenue, next to the Swedish Lutheran church.
Subscribe for The Asocs.
33 1" IE. jET.
MITCHELL LYNDE BLOCK,
h09 Ninth street, fix rooms I.KV
M18 Fifth avenue. six rooms l.ooo
ISO Thirteenth street, nine rooms o.COO
Twelfth street. South Rock Island, oppo-
brick yard, live rooms 1,100
Fair grounds. South Rock Island, four
ro sins 400
nil Thirty-eighth street, modern improve
ments, six rooms 2,500
Fortieth street and Sixth avenue, mod
ern improvements 2,300
Seventh avenue and Forty-tifth street,
nine rooms 3.000
n.CI Forty-second street, live rooms 1,150
Eighteenth avenue and Forty.fourth
sireet, seven rooms, large grounds 2,000
Other houses for sale in Rock Islam! and Moline on easiest terms. Choice
buiUlinp; lots in Lynde's addition, Edge wood Park, Columbia Park, Oliver's
Addition and College Heights.
Desirable Christmas Presents.
There are no Better
Largest line of pictures and picture frame mouldings in
the Tri-Citics. We shall be glad to show you our art nov
elties. Order your frames early.
Best of Workmanship Guaranteed
ADA&5S WALL PAPER
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in spring ouiting will bo
found now, on display at Gus Engines. Spring Buits
18, $20, 22 and 25 and upward. Call and examine
JOH K. PAKIDO.
PAl?IDON 5c SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Shop 419 Seventeenth flf.
at 817 Nineteenth St., Moline
Branch of the Battle
Treats all curable diseases by
the scientilic use of hot
water, electricity massage
and a carefully classified diet
ary adopted to each individ
ual case. Over thirty dilTer
ent treatments administered
by lady or gentlemen nurses
trained at IJattle Creek. Spec
ial attention given to chron
ic disorders of the nervous,
digestive and respiratory
systems. Also neuralgia and
J. E. FroomM.D.
Ifotlce of Publication Chancery
Rtn.tR nf Illinol. I
Count; of Kocn Island, i"
Ia the circuit court, January tens, A. P.
Abraham Glover vs. Fannie Glover, lo
Affidavit or tne con-res:oence 01 r ionic
Glover, the defendant above named, hav
ing been tiled In the office of the cierk of bald
circuit court of Rock Lsland county, no
tice Is hereby (riven to the said non-resident
defendant, that the complainant has nied bis
bill of comniaint in said court.on the chancer
side thereof, on the I Jth day of November A.
L. and that a summons thereupon isiued
out of said court against said defendant, re
turnable on toe tn day or January A. u. 101,
as is by law required.
Now. therefore, unless you. the Bald Fannie
Closer, aball personally be and appear before
the saldc.rcujt court or uock Jtiaod county, on
the hrst day of the next term tnereof. to be
bolden at the court house in the city of rUicu
Island, in said county, on the tb day of Jan
uary. A. U. l!rfl. and p'ead. am, wer ordeirur
to the Raid complainant , bill or complaint,
tbe aamc and tbe rautitent and thick', therein
charged and stated will betaken a.s confessed,
and a decree entered agaimtt you according to
the prayer of aaiJ bill.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto Ml
my faacd and aXxed the heal of Raid court, at
my office In Hoc I.land, tbia 1-tb day of No
vember, a. u. l'AW.
UIOK',1 W. GAMBLE. UlCrK.
S. R Kejw.kthv, Complain -ml. a Solicitor
Nov. 1, A. U. IM.
Opposite Harper House.
Thirteenth avenue and 1 nirt v-elghth
street, twelve rooms, modern improve
ments 1137 Thirty-eighth street, brick, four
1148 Thirty-eighth street, live rooms ....
1112 Tbirty-snventh street, four rooms
115 Thirty-Seventh strert. srten rooms..
12tNJ TJiirty-slxth street five rooms
1311 Thirty-sixth street, live rooms
1303 Thirtieth street live rooms, paving..
S3! Thirteenth avenue, i.ine rooms
313-J Ninth avenue, four rooms
Forty-third street and Ninth avenue
(Kdgewood park) seven rooms, modern
or More Appropriate Gifts Then
310-314 Twentieth Street.
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HKWKT A. PA EICON
What is Your Best
A 5C CIGAR
Was apked J. I. SEX
TON of J. I'. Sexton
Co., 1 8 1 H Second ave
nue, the other day.
Was the reply. "How
do you account for
that," was asked, "lic
"The New York
Is the best s;cd and
Havana -k cigir wc
have lx.cn abl; i lind
JLsT Till ONK iMi UK 'JON VIN;kl
AdmlillrBtor' ?f oiler.
Ettate of Miiiarn I. ilih.er, deceased.
The unders!rccd bavim; ocen appointed ad-
niinistrator of tne esiat: of Min.m 1 hh.ili
late of tne county of iCock 1-iUcd. alaic of
LulnOLS. deceased, hereby Fives notice that fco
will appear before the coanty court of I'.'j k
Island couty. at the county co'irt rm, in
the city of Kock Ima'id. at the January term,
on the first Monday in January next, at which
time all persons having claWns against said
est aie are notified and requested u attf.rid,
for the purpose of bav!nsf the name adj'isuid.
All penions Indebted to Maid estate are re
1 jested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated thui ISth day of November. A. D. i'MQ.
jtsiu,r. F. Kotii. AdoiinUtrator.
jA',k.VjNi. IJfitvi, Attorntjs.