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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, XOYE5IBER lfi, 1901.
CAMPS IN AFRICA
The general drift of the rr iort attrib
utes the hgU mortality In these camp
to the dirty habits of the Boers, their
imorane and prejudice, their re
rour to quackery, ami their sukpIc
!ois avoidant of the Britlh hospital-
ICtlirr Anrlrlit. hut Intrr-l liijt.
Midiilcburs. 'ajM t'olony. Ckt. 'J.I.
One 'hundred mid eighty district
niowti t h1 trwps. oinpoHcd largely of
iMiti Iiiix-ii. with tiieir arnu and horse-,
surrendered to Snmt's romuiundo )-t.
V',. The district trot .Jim tired mot of
tht'ir :iiniimniti)ii Jit Umz rnntre and
then refuted to ftjrht further. uptnlii
Thornton, their conmiantler. Ielieves
tiieir surrender to have been jnear
ransed. Kitrkrnrr lt-p.i t Two hklrmiOira.
A tlix:it It from Lord Kitchener,
dated from I'relorbi yesterday say
that a id roii b patrol of yetniianry. while
rcconiioiteriiiy: Nov. at HrnkprtUt.
wear Zeenmi in tlie Transvaal colony
nuont ivi miie -west or Pretoria), "a
surrounded by JV Boers ami lo-d ix
men killed and sixteen wounded. Some
of the troopers were raptured, luit were
The rear guard of Colonel Byns's
column wns attacked near Hellbron.
Orange Itlver Colony. Nov. II. by 4mi
Boers, nid to le under the comnmnd
of General He'et. After two hours'
ti'htine llie IUm ts retirel. leaving eight
'dead on the field. Of Colonel Kyiig's
cf-limin Lieutenant HitsrheM and one
man were killed, while ihree otticers
and nine men were wounded.
Strait v Pounilius; I" K Itrhener' Trnt-IIra.
London. Nov. H5. Two of I.or.1
Kitcherter! . monthly reviews, datetl
Aug. H jind Sept. S. were published 111
The Cazette lar evening. They are
t hicll.v tim marie of wide, swe.ping
Movements throuuii all parts of the dis
tilled territorii-. with the results, cms.
tialtics and prisoner raptured as pre
viously reported. An astonishing nuiw
lr of horses were t'lmtlircd. those In
Acgim rlone mimncring lo.om Anout
i'O ier cent, cf . the-e were tit for re
mounts, and the othtrs are brood mare
rnd foals. Though admitting the dis
appointing prsnlts of some of the opei
ntions. Lord ' Kitchener comments on
them as follows. -So long as this rsit
of progress ran be maintained there
can be little doubt of its ultimate ef
fect, even on an enemy to whom no
other Turin of argument seems to ap
peal. -rt.i..L. w-t.li ,.r tt,e Itl.x k-fliu Mt lietue.
The ri'pcrt further sjivs flla't the sys
tem of chains or block houses at Inter
vals of h inile. :ind sometimes less,
a long the railroad was being extend
ed. Besides extending the lines these
block houses hamper communication
lietwcen duMicut portions tf the Hoor
forces, and .-n-t as barriers against
which lo drive the enemy. Lord Kitch
ener says: "The Influence- of the Boer
leaders and their organized system of
intimidation still keen in the field a
tnrge nwmber or Dtirgners who, ir ipti
to themselves, would be ready to sur
render." . t Jaiapnl ou Tra IVnnr Nail
The little daughter of ,1. N. Powell
jumped on an inverted rake made of
ten penny nails, and thrust one nail
entirely through her foot and a sec
ond one half way through. Cham
In'rlaiirs l'ain Balm was promptly ap
plied and five minutes later the pain
had tlisappeared arid no more suffer
ing was experienced. In three days
the child was wearing her shoe us
usiinl nnd with absolutely no dis
comfort. Mr. l'owell is a well known
merchant of Forkland. Va. Pain
Balm is an antiseptic and heals such
injuries without maturation uml in
one-third the time required liy the
usual treatment. For Rale by all
THE TKATKLKKS' GUIDE.
piHICAOO. K CK ISLAND
cnecked at Citv T'cket oMInf
Causa of Their Unhealthfulnesrs
According to British Of
JISH Seoond avenue, rrC.K 1.
& P. dep a. corner Fifth ave
Gales burg, s.
nue anrl Tbl:ty-lifth sirtew Frank H. Plummet-,
The finest equipped health institu
tion in America. All kinds of baths.
Biff swiming pool and gymnasium.
The best of skilled medical attend
ance. Magnificent buildings and
grounds. First-class cuisine. Send for
iwnver Limaed & OajJbii..t 3:10 uml'
EITCHEirEB REPORTS TWO FIGHT3
ri. worm, uenver ix. u.T a:i km
M'nneapolis it ft:S0 am 1
Omaha St Des Moines ...... !t Sax a-r
11:1" i m
;Cmaha & Minneapolis.... lv:('ft t
HEALTH UOURKAL- ntlBl
To LV. D. MORRIS. M.D.. D.B.S- Sunt.
umsaa a: Lioooid tx 7:fw aia:'
Anc ient Telegram Tell an Interesting
felory Dutchmen Ilefuae to
Tight the Boer.
Ds Moines & Oirahii I I :fr pm
lenvT. L'nc In & Omaha., 3:05 am
Des Moint-s h.xpres 'il2:15 am
M Paul & li neapnlls 3:05 ami
t e:?--.' am
t W l " um
Denver. Ki. Worth A K. C.!' h-.m axHH-40 pt
JKarsasUKy. St Joe Uenv ll:IO rm "-;o am
tHock Island & WashimitoD J l :f. pru 3:J pm
Ch catro A UfsMoii es pm J 3:'i) inn
Rock Island Hruokiyn AC h:X pmjt "i:-iO am
t jmba r hock Island (J:0 pop'il0:35 am
t'hlca" & pat.nwirt, : j 70 pm
Arrval. t eoriuxe. tlaliy. except ?-ui.-dav.
JUaily, txeep Saiurtiay. All others
daily, 'i elephone ib3
T-nndon. Nor. HI. Tbe war ofllc
issued a -MO-pugc bin' book of th
.Mi-ial reiTt from medical an.! other
.ffl-Ts on the condition of tli' -on-
titration oaniDS Jn South Afria.
MAID R Al C ASM I
0nira nU brautilit the Hair. I
Promote. luxuriant cro-Ih. I
FaU to B( utore Gray
Hlr to ita Youthful Color.
Prcvrita Daniirutl and hairtniUMl
- J . . '.
1 All Goods From T
Ms Date to
For Cash 0
TOCK Must be Reduced before inventory, which occurs beginning of the
New Year, 1902. Owing to a change we have decided to reduce our stock as well as our prices on every
thing, and from this date, Monday, November 18th, and thereon until inventory time, we will sell for Gash Only.
No discrimination to anyone. Trade with us and save money by helping us unload.
pot Cash or tlhe Ecjoflsilceinit
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS.
BlacK Dress Goods
If you want a. nice black dress, we
Lave Just what you want. This de
partment is complete. Will quote a
few of the many bargains in store for
40 inch Sattu Soliel. worth SSCTQ
special, a yard iC
4u inch French Prunella, cheap at S9c.
our price, jr f
a yard OC
46 inch Knitlinh Whipcord, sold every
where at ihc. sale pi ice,
a yard OC
4 inch Storm Serf?, regular prlc
a yard I...OOC
45 inch All Wool Cheviot, sold at 69c.
our special price, A
a yard OvFC
42 inch All Wool Cashmere, worth
36 Inch All Wool Cheviot, worth 49c;
special, a Q C
Colored Dress Goods
This department is overloaded with
bargains of the latent styles and col
ors and it will pa- every economical
' buyer to inspect our stock before buy
' yi n w W'q will mAntlrtn a law nf tka
argains. such as:
t tor this quality; our
"j prfce ..OOC
' 83 inch Venetians, the latest colors,
cheap for 65c; A Ckr
. oar price TriC
48 incli CheTiot, guaranteed all wool
76c quality; ft fir
our pric , J VJ
46 inch Storm Berge, cheap
for T9c: our price OOC
WALKING SKIRT SUITINGS
80 inch Heavy Skirting. 39c
quality; oilr price OC
30 lnca Extra Heavy Skirting, 65c
quality: our f Or
price, yard Ht
64 Inch Suitings. In the latest colors
and leavings, $1.48 quality; O ft r
our price uOL
All tht wanted colors and black can
be found in this department, and at
prices that will suit you.
19 inch All Silk faced French Velvet,
in any color you want: sold every
where at $Lt5 a yard; our QO
special price, a yao-d yOL
18 Inch Oerman Velvet, in all colors
and black, regular price 98c
special price, a yard..,
'thx Hiving decided to close out our en
ttre line of the celebrated Marquise
Waists, manufactured by the world-
known Holzmans of Baltimore, Md..
we will place on sale more than 100 of
the finest and daintiest waists ever
Just think of all those beautiful
$2.50 and $2.98 Waists, go at $1.50;
come In all tbe new shades and col
ors. Waists that are selling from $2.98
to $3.98 are to be closed out at $.25;
new design in stitching and trimmings
dont let this opportunity pass.
Kiegant patterns and colorn. nil
swell stuff, worth from $3.98 to $3.50.
will be placed on sale at $2.98. We
must close this line out to make room
for another large line. So come early
and get the bargains.
Fine Mercerized Petticoats, guaran
teed to stand the severest tests of
acid and sun 12 Inch flounce piped
on and trimmer! with 5 ruffles with
bound edges. Must he seen to he
appreciated: the effect
being very showy; price.. Mt)
0;r showing of Mohair Underskirts
has met tbe approval of all people
They are light In weight and very
durable Made with 12 inch flounce,
nicely puffed and pleated and trim
med with satin.- band M yf f
edged with lace Tri
Black' Mercerized Petticoat with 12
inch flounce, finished with two ruffles
Guaranteed Fast 1 Q O
Black; only 10J
Also a large lineof Silk Underskirts,
in new styiee ana snapes,
at prices from $8.50 to
A dollar saved is a dollar made. If
you use Buck's Stoves and Ranges,
you will save many a dollar on your
fuel bill. Come in and see what we
can offer yon at extremely low prices.
Ash Sift- l A
Sure Catch Mouse
Baskets ............ .....OOC
Set of three Nickle Plated AO -
Sad Irons iOL
Fiber Lunch f
1 lot of Table Linen, in new assorted
patterns, half bleached; worth 39c;
25 pieces assorted patterns of Turkey ,
Hcd Table Linen, good colors,
worih C5c; A
special, per yard ZoC
21 inch Bleached Napkins, in assorted
pattern, worth $1.35: (
for this sale, per doz I vl vl
Hemstitched Napkins, fine atin Da
luask. in assorted patterns; special
for this sale, each Q
25c and. IOC
Guntlier's Pure Cocoa, former price,
per can. 35c; unloading y
sale price SOC
Canary Bird Seed, mixed with Hope
and Millett. per O
pound . . .. . OC
Chemically Pure Borax, sale A
price, per pound IvFC
Chloride of Lime, sale 1 A
Hell's Complexion Tonic, former price
98c: unloading sale
Witch Hazel, unloading ff
sale price IvFC
2 quart Hot Water Bottles,
with hard rubber pipes.
2 quart Fountain Syringe, A C2
Oak Cottage Clocks, eight day. half
and hour strike, nicely finished
nnd O 0
warraiited J v
Mantel Clock, iron frames, highly
enameled with gold plated trim
mings, eight day. half and hour ca
thedral gong strike, AA
this week at OeVVJ
Tattoo Alarm Clock: repeat five times,
Ansonia Alarm Clock, warranted for
one year; 7f
this week i iv
Torcelain Bedroom Clocks, finely dec
orated; this Q6y
week - J yJ O
Wm. A. Rogers' Silver Novelties
One-half dozen Tipped Q
Tea Spoons OL
One-half dozen Tipped Tea Spoons,
with fancy O
One-half dozen 'J)
Medium Forks 1 i &
One-half dozen Medium 1 fZ
knives i 9
Sugar Shells, 48C
BuH .' .' .'. "7.7 " .7" 4 8 c
Child Set Knife, Fork and iOp
Silver Thimbles, etc., C a
each J V
Go-Carts. price $1.39. Unload-TQ
Ins price i J
Beautiful Pictures, former price 29c,
Unloading Sale 1Q
Price 1 vt
Picture 16x20, former price 98c, Un
loading Sale A Q
Pharo's Horses, former price 4.35. size
20x20; Unloading Sale Q 42
Price 44 mJ VJ
Fancy Go-Carts and Baby Buggies
greatly reduced in price.
The large sample line we bought
from Haunian & Sperling. New York
City, has arrived and we can show
some very pretty effects at about one
third off the regular price. They con
sist of Short P.ox Coats to the newest
ideas in Newmarkets and Raglans,
and afford you a great opportunity of
securing your winter wrap.
Coats and Caprs, formerly costing
from $10.dO to' $50 00. can be se
cured now from O f f f
$7.50 to OlFeUU
Ladies' swell tull length Ulster of ex
tra fine Oxford clotb. partly lined
with heavy satin. double cape,
handsomely finished with tailor
stitching, velvet collar and turn
back cuffs, side pockets. A very
good, value at $25.00. but it is one
of the samples, bo :t Is "
yours for 10)U
Ladies' handsome Automobile Coat.
42 inches long, of superior quality
English Mersey, front and hack
yoke, trimmed with kersey sfraps
In lined Skirts we are offering some
exceptionally good values. Our $4.49
Skirt is equal to any $6.00 s&irt we
havi? come In contact with. We al
so have the newest things fn chev
iots, homespuns and brilliantliies.
ironi jis.uu uown
Special prices this week in our
American Incauddscent Gas Burners,
Civ WSk&'Tif w
and finished with tailor stitchlngs,
turn back cuffs and lined through
out with heavy silk 4 Q Q
Ladles' 27 inch Box Coat, half tight
fitting, finished with heavy tailor
stitching, yoke back and front,
neatly Btitched. heavy satin lined,
high collar and turn back cuffs
a great f
Walking Skirt, made of heavy Oxford.
5 gored with, heavy stitchings at
seams, 11 rows of heavy corded
tucks over hips. 12-inch flounce,
with three rows corded tucks and
stitched at bottom, a very beautiful
skirt, at $7.50; our A AO
price t iJ KJ
Heavy Melton unllned Skirt. In browns
and Oxfords. 12-inch flounce with 13
rows stitchlngs on bottom and 7
rows at top of flounce. O IQ
Seams all welted J C
Mantels, Chimneys and Tapers. The
American Incandescent Gas Burner
complete with Mantle, Chimney and
Every burner warranted
All of cur 15c Mantles this
week. for. each
We have a fine line of
Mantles, worth 40c each.
of double weave, and v
Mica Gas Chimneys. 6 inch
Gas Lighters, full size,
Gas Tapers, 30 Tapers in
this week, per
to give per-
and 7 Inch
Men's Undershirts and Drawers, .in
natural and camel's hair, shirts
bound with silk braid, ribbed shirt
and cuffs, pearl buttons. , Both
shirts and drawers nicely f(
finished special levrvf
Men's fine Kid Gloves, lined with fine
fleece.. Gusset Angers, welt seams,
warranted not to rip; t ff
special $1.5 and .' leVfvl
Men's fleeced lined Mocha and Kid
Gloves, welt seam, double stitch;
a)l sizes. 7 f
special i lit-
Men's and Boys' Kid and Astrachan
Gloves and Mittens, heavy lined; a
renlar 76c glove: special PZflf
for this sale only d vC
Men's and Boys' Mule Skin Mittens
and Gloves, welt seams. O 5I
Men's Cotton Flannel Gloves'and Mit
tens, double facing, with wool
wristlets, special. O ff
15c; 2 for JKs
Men's Cashmere eIRc lined fast black
Gloves ; O C
HUKI.1XGTON ROHTE C. ,
R & (J. RAILWAV-Depot
Second avenue and Twen
M. J. YOUNG.
sit. IjuU ht.nnKliflU
Peoria, Qulncv. osles
Peoria Ueardstown. Uur-I
lintrtoo, Hecver anc
St. Louis, Karsai Citv
Denver and Paeilic
Coast la Uulesburg . . .
Steiling and points in
termediate East Moiine (suburban) . .
St l. , Denver and west
Ll!mon and '"ubuque
Uavecprt and Clin:on . .
Clinton. Dubu'iue. La
Crosse, i t Paul, Minn
at.d we t ard N W
12:11 p m
Dai y. -tDaily except Sunday.
& St. Paul Rir.vav. ..
R. I. & N. W. passentfer sta
tion at foot of fceventeenth
street. CJeorge W. Wt.od.
ppptil. Tbe trains for Lu
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport at.d Milwaukee will run
vi Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
a 11 tralrs w'U connect at Savanna for points
east ar d we-t.
I LKAVK ABKIVK.
Dubuque aLd Su Paul Pas
Dubuque acd St. Paul Pas-
scuKer ; 4:00 pm
Milwaukee Express j 7:00 am
Freeport "xpress 4:-.'0 im
All trains d lily except Sunday.
ROCK ISLAND & PEORIA
wiK Kai' way. Dejot First ai enue
V and Twentieth street. M. A.
."IpffrtBj T Patterson, general pa'st-ncer
C tWXVIrt i agent. Pasenu'er trains leave
4.P.Ointvy O. R I &P. (Moiine avenue)
not ten Uli minutes earlier
than time t iven.
hi L JiKF. AfPPt.
Peoiia. teprirKflfldriTt. L7,
Peoria. Springfield. Indian
adolia. Cincinnati. Hloom
lnjrton. St Lauis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Shrrara Acconimodati in
Cabled Sher-aid Aceom.
CMe & Sherrarcl Acnom.
l.fAV t. i AKBIVK
Tra'ns marked are daily,
H:05 am 10.20 pm
1:45 pm! 6:33 pm
!:It um! 4:"5 pm
3:30 pmj 2:-.H pit
All others eaily
State ot niinoia lM
Rook Island County. ( M
n the Circuit Court at the January term, A.
Mira Ilershey. conip'ainart. vs Dariel Hayes
anj Alice Wariield Hayes, UeTeudauls.
To th above named Daniel Hayes and Alice
(Vartield Hayes and each of them:
Affidavit of your non residence and of the
non residence of each r.f you hains been
filed in the above entitled came in the omre
of the uniersigsel clerk of the circuit court
of the county of Kie Island and stale of
lilinoii. you are hereby ootitifd that the
above named complainant has tiled in said
court her Dill of complaint against you n
the chancery side of said court: That a
summons in chtneery has been Issued in sid
cause against vou. returnable to the January
term A-D.'iHtt. of said court, to be begun
acd bnlden in th court bouse in the city of
Kock island, in said county, in te state of
Illinois, on the first Monday of January. A.
D.. l'A, at which time and place you will
appearand plead, answer or demur to said
biil of complaint as you mar see fit.
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, this 28ih day
of October, A. D, iy-M.
George W. Gamble,
Clerk of aid Circuit Court.
SwusiT & WAI.K.EH, Complainant's Solicitors
Notice of Publication Chancery.
8 tate of IUInols, I n
Oounty of Rock Island. "
In the Cirf.ult Court. In Chancery.
Hulda Strand s. Charles Strand.
Afltdwit of non-residence of the Cefe. c
ant, Cha-les S:ra d. having been tiled In the
clerk's office of tbe circuit court of the said
county, notice is therefore hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant that the
complainant tiled her bill of complaint In said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on tbe
2-d day of June. iC0. and that thereuoon a
&um.-Fons Issued out of said court wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on tbe tliril
Monday in themonm of SeD ember thereafter
as Is by law required, and then -n the lt'th dny
of November, lwu. an aiias summons was ais
1-snoil ou. of said cort returnable on ihe nr.t
Monday of January next.
Now unless you, tbe said non-resident defen
dant above named, Charles Mrand, shall
personally be and appear before the
said circuit court on the first day
of the next term thereof, to be bolden
at Rock Island In and for said county on tbe
tirst Monday in January text, and plead, an
swer or demur to tbe said complaiaant's bid
of complaint, the same and the matters and
thingj therein charged and stated will De
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against yo" according to the prayer of said
bllL Giobri W. Gamblb. circuit Clerk.
Rock Island, III.
E. II Guyer, Complainant's Solicitor.
Sweeney & Wa'ker, Attorneys.
State of Illinois. i
Rock Island County. I
In the Circuit Court. In chancery:
The Black Hawk Homestead iiuildtog. Loan
- and .-saving' Association vs. Roderick St
ll. Irand Bernard JKiock. Foreclosure. Gen
eral No. 4ii
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled cause, on tbe Sixteenth day of
October, A. D. 1901, I shall, on Saturday, tbe
Thirtieth day of November, A. D., 101, at
tbe hour of two o'clock In tbe after
noon, at tbe Bast door of tbe Court
House, in the City of Rock Island, in
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy raid
decree, sell at public vendue to tbe highest
bldfler for cash, that certain parcel of land
situate In the County of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot jn umber Sixteen (16) in that part of tbe
Cit of Rock Inland known as and called Ellen
Roche s Addition in the County of Kock island
and State of IllinrK
Dated at Rck Island, Illinois, thla first day
of November, A. 1. li"1!.
ELWIS K PARMKHTBB,
Master In Chnneerv. Rock Isiand County. III.
SwttviT & Walker, Complainant's Solicitors.
for DruoKennerss an J
lease write us
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