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THE AltGrTTS, FRIDAY, DECEMBE1T, 20, 1901.
O-ir new line of ladies mi J gcnbs fine shoes from $C.0 to a
I;:ir are nv in. ami customer will lint! the line more inter
esting limn cfiT.
All th newest lasts, nil Die newest patterns anl nil the
infest ideas. I'very shoe La the line is the picture of what a
rorrcct fitting, projn-r looking slioe fur ladies nml rents
-ii n li le. Our In n 1 slun-s are the best wearing shoes that
leather and workmanship can male?.
George F. S dim ale, Prop.
N fee t lain try.
Srrte of Illinois
Roeli Mi d County. '
Ic ibe circuit .urk Janua-y if rm. A D
llvmR Uuil'riir ana 1.on Assnclitlmul Fck
i-iitd. vjt p jr-tin. vs. -arv J;i''C Jii'rnn
ai.d W.1...1 ii il Murray In r Li' i-crj ;n
rui Liiu cr 4CI. Uul to for. close njort
ILlavit of non-resider.ee o' fce ra!d Mart
J .me Murray und W il ium It Uuirae' Ctt I.d
auu. u-vlrg wen tllc.i in tb nrvceofile;
I lerk lh- limit Cout of said County
tioUre Is t.rrefcr? bcrr ly given to tin- said
ron m .-liuetit Ceferdanl ll at The e.irr. la.'ni'r.t
tiled liit hi ' of Comula-n' I a 1 ituilooihe
chancery sHTe th truf. en He :li tfuy f Le
i'a Iwr. l '.. i;il tii.t in. re a fccrnumr'.
lasued ou of sad V.u;t. ulitfe'n s:vd s'it i
rot peril:, refirn.'be the lir-t Muii
d . in tc nmiitb ( Jti'r thereafter
h' .1 a'Ut-r on ibp in 0v ifpr.1 n. U ,
I'.ml. kn kurnrnocit l-siie out i-f a i cl rr nri
Iicivla tD w p-r 5'.-e. reo rratile n
the tlrt M r.? in tr o.d h . f May t erf f
tr. id th:it iU-faf er io ii:fnibe inifctfy
tf AU','U-t. A. It. 1-t-I. un s ias mm uoc Issued
out of aidcu-1 w tr:. f-la :t('3 u i In iet d
In. reiuri-fcH" t n the llii-d M tday lu tr
niD' id or s. ii-.emlier :hcreft-r and af't-r
wurd't on the -M b dy m fr.vetnb- r. U . 'IW'.
aa a. to-H .mrr" iiMira ot t i f on r urc
whfri-in id uit Unuv u ne icir. r ton a Lie op
tbe tint Mofriity i ' J A' 'J:ry. U.IWi rt fs
it by law rvqul d .Now, ur.lMti yi u. ilje said
non-i--deri d lei f"sboe t :r;ed. M;rv
Jaoe Murray and Wiuij.ni It. Mrrrny. bl
person I y b r.d appe be""'ro Md circuit
t-ouit-n tbe tm cy rt the ceit terai thr.
of. t be boldea at Kofk Isitr.d. in acu for
1bi Cuuuiv. on the iirst MoDiay of Jaau
ary. A. !., lxtri. next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's "krl'-l '
corapla'rit, be 8rn acd Le raa'ters iril
toiiKS th-rei r chained and H'ed will be
taken as confe-t acd decrve en erert
aarainst you. according to the prayer of sitid
Li'l OtuCE W.liAMIlLK. C'TH
Kwlr Islanil. Til.. November 27. A. D.
Jackvih&Uitrst. Ooajpiiiu .ni'a si.nic t-r
S late of Illinois, (
Rooa i-Jard founty )
In tb- rircuit court, to the January term, A.
O VjOI Divorce
Milton vv. Kevr.olJs. complainant; Sarb El
To tbe aove named non-resident defend
ant. Surah E' RvyntilCa
A31dvttof your non-residence having been
filed In tb office of said circuit court, notice is
hereby Riven to you. ttat the abovn tamed com
plainant has tiled in saiJ court tU bill of com
plaint atriinstyu on tb chancery bide of fsuid
court: that a lummocB in cbtocer bait been
Usued in said caiwe cln't you, returnable to
the next term of sail court, to be bemn ar.d
ho. den at the co-Tt hou e in the cltv of tiocd
Inland In said connty oa the firt Mord Ir.
January, A D. 1 at wblcb tlnre acd place
tou will appear end pead. answer or demur
to said bill of con, plaint if you see fit.
Dated at Rock island, liunoii, tela J 3th day
of November, A. U. ii.
UBOKGB TV GAMBT.B,
Clerk of tbe circuit court La and tor Rack
island county, IH'.-.ols.
SucnPT & Wallrer.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, (
In the Circuit Court. At the January term
A. I I'- In chancery. Bid for p trtuion.
Jonas Bear and Louis Uosenfelder
A nrjle Montgomery. Charles Jack Montgom
ery, Mary B. Montgomery, toward D. Swee
ney, Peter Stevens. 1 H Vie'.hs. tbe un
known heirs or devisees it Catherine
Margaretba Vleths. oeceasec: tbe un
kron owner or uvntn of trie southeast
quarter of the northwet quart- r of the
northwest quarter of section uusber four
in towcsb.p number seventeen, north f
range number one, west of the 4lh P.
M.. crntainlng 10 acres more fr le s:
and heir tbe south H of lot number
as said lot Is known and oesignated unon
tbe aM-essor's plat of IMSI: also ibt
acd H acr-s. mn e or le s. lhcludlnx th road
la tt-e southwest quaritr of tbe nortbeast
quarter or tbe n rthwe-t quarter of taid sec
ton number four in townahip 17. . K. ore
west ni t'cUhF ru., kn-n acd ds'if nated
upon tbe plat aa lot No. t : also toe no. ibeaat
quarter of the sutnweai quaier of tre
northwest q'ir'er of auction r.umher 4 la
township 17. N. R oee west of the 4t P M
containK ten acrts. more or less, ard desig
nated on assssor'a plat as lit ncmbe-1 ;
also thi --ortb four and 5 100 acre of the
northwest quarter of tbe oirhea'-t ouarier
f tb nnrthwext quarter of said rectin num
ber lour In xowcsr ip 17, north rtcgo nurtner
one west of the 4tb P. M L.-tltia v ell. Rilea
Nou se acd the unknown heirs cr devisees
of KJlen II Noutse. decease d
To D. H Vitbs tbe unkrown heirs or de
visees of Catbe lnsi Marareti a Vietuw, de
ceased: the unknown owner or owner
of the southeast quarter of the north
west quarter of tbe northwest quart e
of aeciion number four In township num
ber seventeen nor h of rrpa number
one west of the fourth P M , coutatnlnR in
acrs. more or ies: and beioir ite south hlf
of lot number six. as said lot is known and
designated u'i the s-esor a plat of 141;
also eltrbt a d i acres, more r less. IrcluClnir
th- road. In the soiuew.st quarter of the
porthet t quar r nf tlio northwest quarter of
said mo ton number four in t'wn-hip 17. N
R i w.st of the stb P.M.. known ana deU--r.atd
upon tbe plat as lot No 5: alxotbe
northeast quarter o th rouib wt Q'iart r of
the northwest quarter o said rec Ion ni.mb-r
foar is township 17. Kopiviitol tbe 4th
P. M . containing ten acres more or ie. aid
dft tgnated on a aessor's plat rs nt nurcber
tea: also tbe rorth four and KVKiO acres of
the norih west quarter of h southeast Quar
ter of the nonhwe.t qnartrr of said sectl. n
number four la tons2lp seventeen, north
range nnmber one west of the 4th P. M.: Le
tltla Well. Ellen H Nourse, the enkeown
heirs or devisees of JUlen B. Nourae. deceased;
AfUdayitof yor non-residence haying been
filed in tbe office of the clerk of the circuit
court of said county, ro'.ice is hereby given
u yep ard ea -h i l jou that tbe aoove rced
complainants hT- Ued in said coin tbelr bill
of o-implatnt agains. you on tht chancery aire
of said court, that a summons it chancery
bs Un issued In aaid cu air-inst io'I. re
tur' able to tre next term of sld couittobe
b-un atd hldet at the co rt bou-e In tbe
city of Koek I-lnd. In sail county, oi 'he first
Mondyof JtDuarf. A I IJOi, at wtlch tirr.e
and place yon will arpear and p:eart. answer
or demur to the sl! till ol cotcilaint. if you
U le at Bock Island, IU noU, this 4th day of
December, a. i. io ' ,
Gok:b VT. Gamble. Clrk.
Swikset Wiutuii Complainant'a bollct-
If your clothes are not presseil and
cleaned an. I you only discover it
when von are re:ulv to put them on.
YOU WONT Ni-.KI) 'JO SWKAIC
Jf you join the Xew l'anitorium
Clt:b. Your clothes will lie cleaned
and pressed and kept in rood con
dition and your shoes shined every
day for $1.00 per month. Clothes
called for ami delivered. Open Sun
days from ! a. in. to 2:30 p. ni.
Ed. Dubinsky, Prop.,
1Scj Second Avenue Opp. Spencer Square
Telephone Green 373.
Home Go-Operative Co.,
OF KANSAS CITY, MO., .
iirnish ou tli money to
f voiir mortaoje or luy :i
liome in anv loialilv, aind ixive
you lf earsai;d s niontlis to pay
il hack at the rate of
S5.35 PEE KOKTH TVITHOUT
In case of death or total disahility
a clear do-d will he iriven. Strict-c.-t
Organized May IT. I'.xH. Over tT.OOii.Oi.i tins
im- done. We ire now on ratlin? in -il dit
'ert n( Mtates. All oRieerrt handline money
are lioiiiied in the I. S. Fidt-litv and Guaranty
mm pan v. 1'iaiis and proi-edureiopyriirhted
There are imitator siiriutuiK up who are
l nt rin v i u ,;. l;un l le misled.
Ilrancl ::irc: Math Itaildlue. over 171C
Secoiul Avenue, ilix k lolantl. III.
OiTl. e Hour-.: f a. m. to s p. m. Sundays. S
p. in. to 0 p. ni.
W. A. BRIGCS, Manager.
The l?lack Hawk Fuel Oil Co.,
organized and crticered ly Tri
City business men fillers for a
short time n limited amount of
its stock at 0 cents u share.
Fortunes have been made, and
are beinr made, in Texas oil. The
lilack Hawk has the best proposi
tion ottered in Kock Inland.
REMEMBER, the Bl&ck
Hawk owns its own
land. No lease.
It pays no royalty, every dollar
earned foes into the treasury.
It has a rusher guaranteed, and
it: projierty is but "5 feet; from
the famous Yellow l'ine well.
Yellow l'ine stock brings $115.00,
Ier share, offered, and' none for
flet in on the ground floor as
stock will soon be raised.
Hand application to any of the
following oflicers: ,T. K. Scott, C.
K. Adams and II. W. Kchrivcr of
U.ick Island. Ills.. I I Itts and
H. V. Yin Maur of Davenport, la.,
William ('hamlM-rs.of Davcn port, la.
Also Dr. V. Schoemaker.
master's Sale. .
Seirlo t Marehll, Attorneys.
State of Illl not, i
Rock Island County, f
In the Circuit Cou't In Chancery. Fore
closure General No. 4617
Julia Phillips. Frank M PhUlIp. Cljie C.
Philip1. Artie 1-hliilps. Maud jtdam , Anna
M. rhill p- fcdaard U. Ph Pip- and U K. Ho
ber'.y and Fran S Cool, administrators of the
estate of li. K I'hlllips. deceased.
Notice ts hereDy iven that oy virtue of a
lecroe of said Court, entered in tbe above
entitled cause, on tbe t wmieta day of No
vember, a. D. liX)l. 1 shall, on Saturday, the
eleventh day or January, A. Ii. . 1C2. at
the hour of two o'clock In the after
noon, at the Kwt door of the Court
House, in the City of Rock Island, ic
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy said
decree, sell at publie vendue to the highest
bidder for can a, ih.t certain parcel of land
situate In the County of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Tbe sou ih MS acres of the sowth wet q-ir-t"r
(iof aeciloa twenty-two ti3) in town
shio number twenty (W) north ranee two -')
east of the 4;li Principal Meridian In the
coun'r of rock lalacd atd state of llllncls.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this ninth day
of December, A. D. I'XI.
ELWI5 E. PARMMTIR,
Master In Cbaneery. hock Island County, El.
bEARLI ft MAKKH4LI..
Ci mylair.at.fs solicitors.
ou can be cared of anv form f tr,t, ...i-
eas;,T.-..be ma,lB welk strong, magnetic, full of
and vnror bv tatincr M.ti.dip
makes weak men atroncr. M.mv tralX
tea pounds in ten days. Over BOOlOOO
cured. All drugials. Cure gusrautecl. Book
let and adnce IREK., Ad.lrisa STKRI.IN3
kMHDY CJ., Ch.cago or New YorkT 4J7
Edaeste Vonr Bowels With Caaeareta.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c, Sdc IX C.C.C. tail, (IrasKists refund raoaej.
SANTA CLAUS LETTERS
Iioik Ixlaid. Dee. 20. Dear Santa
( l.tiis. J ttaut for CkrNlmas a doll two
feit liih. a Christ mart tree, a handker
chief ai;l a pair of huir rihhons. I guesn
that is all. (iood-hve, Santa, t la us.
-MAI'.Kh IU i.u;kii,
02-1 Tliirty-nint h stn-et.
H.ick I.daii.l. Dt-e. VX Uar Santa
CIjuh: I thought I would write you a
letter to tell you uhat I would like for
I'liii-tnias. 1 would like a doll and
buggy, set of diihes, a slate that traces
picture, a bcrenu. cupboard, and table,
ami a stockingful of cauilv and nuts.
Cood-hve. AiiXICS .M'tJIXNlSS.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
On account of Christmas holidays,
tlie l., K. I. A: l railway will on Dec.
24, 23, CM, and Jan. 1, sell round trip
iicuels to points within fKJ miles at
rate of fare nmi one-third, good for
to .Tan City office 1S13
Ilonieseekers tickets on sale
IT, via ('., K. I. & 1'.
number of points in
west and southwett.
Kail way to a
Ir the Christinas sind
holidays tht C. M. . St.
company will on Dee. "I,
.. 31 and
at rate of
.Jan. 1, sell round trip
point within (M miles
one fare and one-third, good for re
luiii to -I Jin. No excursion ticket
to.be sold for less than if I. Ticket
olTiee foot Se-.t ;iteenth street.
A Woman" Awful I'erIL
"There is only one chance to save
your life and that is through an oper
ation" were the startling words heard
by Mrs. 1. It. Hunt of Lime llidge.
Wis., from her doctor after he had
vainly tried to cure her of a frightful
ease of stomach trouble and yellow
jaundice. (lall stones had formed
and she constantly grew worse. Then
lie began to usv Klectrie Hitters
whicli wholly cured her. It's a won
derful stomach, liver and kidney
remedy. Cures dyspepsia, loss of u
petile. Try it. Only .'.0 cts. Guar
anteed. For sale by Harts & Ulle
uieyer. An Kvangrllst'a Story.
'I suffered for years with-a bron
chial trouble anil tried various rem
edies but did not obtain permanent
relief until I commenced using One
Minute Cough Cure," writes Kev.
James Kirkman, evangelist of Helle
Kiver. III. One Minute Cough Cure
affords immediate relief for coughs,
cidds and all throat and lung troub
les. For croup it is unequalled. Al
solutely safe. Xcer fails and a fa
vorite with the children.
At St. Luke's lm-pit.il yesterday morn
ing. after a lingering illness, oexttrred
tlie death of .Mrs. M. A. HaiTison.
Sometimes the sight of food nause
ates you; your tonsuc is coat; J, your
breath is foul, and headaches come
and go. All those are symptoms of
disease. The trouble is ia. your ctom
och. Stum-Ac-Oids act like maa;ic,
curing any and all of these disorders
In a few hours. Tablets GO cents.
T. 11. 1 HOMAS. Leading Druggist.
BEST FOR TME
If you tavon't rettmiar, healthy moTetnent of tho
bowels every day, you're ill or will bo. Keep your
bowels rten, and bo well. Force, in the shap at
iolent physic or rill poiaoo, is dance rotm. The
imoothc.U, eatiett, mont perf ft way of keepiutC
the bowels clear and clean is t. fakd
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Fltta.ant. Palntabie. Potnnt. Taut. Oood. r
Good. Never Kickrn. Weaken or Orir-c; to. 25 and
10 cflnta prr box. Write for free auuiplo, auil book
let oahoaltb. Adure.s 433
Sterling Remedy Company. Chlcano or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
bk m m b tttKy.
fm ru IDC br csirt Ea u Cms.
STRAiGhT g STPJU6flT
Notice of Publication (Chancery.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County. I
In the Circuit Court, January term, lWOi in
Maud Newberry vs i.ouis Newoerry
Artidavit of non-residence of tbe above
earned It Is Newberry halng been filed In
the c! era's offlce of tbe c-lrcuit court of sa'.d
eourty. notice Is therefore hereby g ven to
the saia non-retiaent aeienasn. tnut tne com
plainant has tied her bill of complaint ia a'd
court on tbe cbnoi r side tbtre"'. on 'he
6th day of December, 1911 a- a tbat thereupon
a summons issued out of said oart. wbe'ein
said suit Is now perdlng. r tu-nat 1 on th.
st Monday Ii 'he month of Jai uirv nex. as
U by law required. Now. unless you. tbe sad
non--emlent defendaat above named. lx i-
Newberrv. sb-Il personalty be and aooear be
fore s.i I cirsul'. court, o - tbe first dav of the
next tern thereof, to be hollen at ho. k Island
In and for the said o x nty. on the tlr-t Monday
In tbe moo not January next, and p'ead. dr
awer or demur to tbe said co-nt-lalna'j t' Ml of
complaint, te same and tbe matte a and
tbln.s therein eh.rired and stated will be
taaen as cinf-sed. and a decree .ntered
avaicst you aooortl" to the rrarer of said
bill Gborcc GAMULa, Clerk.
Kck Island. Illinois, fva . lui.
Babbt Schbivib, Complauisr.fs Solicitor
WERE WEDDED 60 YEARS AGO
C'lluton Couple Celebrates Anniversary of
Mr. and Mr. FJijah Ilalton, of Clin
ton, celebrated their 00th wedding anni-verr-arv
Mondav afternoon and evening.
Congratulations and iiie-.agcs from dis
tant friends were numerous. Elijah
Hatton wa born in Macclesfield, Ches
hire. England, May 20, lsili, and is a
direct descendeiit of Sir Christopher
Hatton, foiuuler of tbe Hatton Caiilens
of London. Elijah Hatton came to New
York June I, 1S.'J!, landing in America
with 1 in his MK-ket. The bride was
lmrn in Troy, X. Y., Dee. S, 1S21 her
nutiuen name being Catherine Marie Yan
IX'i'pocd. Klio Ls a direct ilc-cendent of
tbe old KniekerlRieker IKk of Stateti
Island and of the Yan Dcroels of Hol
land . TUey were married in West bury,
X. Y., Dec., lt, 1S41. and came west
forty-seven years ago. They have sis
children, nil living Mr-. W. C. Warner,
of Atlanta. Oa.: Mrs. Welcome Kiee. of
lntliatiiipolis, Mrs. Orac.- Winifred Iten
nitt. of (lint on, Mrs. Eliza Adams, of
I lint on, Charles Hatton, of Wichita.
Kiini., and Oeorge Hatton. now at Tulso,
Oklahoinn. They have thirteen grand
children and six great -giandeluldren.
DIED A HORRIBLE DEATH
Chicago Cillzen ( auslit in an K'.evator and
Life Crushed Out.
Chicago. Dec. I'M. Ten passengers
in the elevator In the .Jefferson build
l:g, 1T."i Mource street, saw a man
erusln-il to de::th ednesday evening,
and wr; ct.-lnpelhtl to wait tiftetn
iniiiutes while members of the lire de
partment tore away iron work and re
leased the iHMiy. 1 lieu Hie car was
moved so that the hon-iticd occupant:
cculd get out. Tl.e victim was Will
lam C. Hicks, for twenty y::rs editor
f.f the comincn ial bullet ia Issued bv
Ilradstreel's. lie attempted to board
the car on the third floor, when It sud
denly startwd down, and he was caught
between the top of the car and tin
The car became frir.Iy wedged, and
James E. limns, the conductor, was
rnaMe to move it. Members of the
t're department were called in and the
wire guard to the elevatcr shaft above
a:id below the floor was chopped away
After fifteen minutes hail elapsed the
elevator was moved enough to let Un
body be taken :ut. The police ambu
lance removed the body to Kalstou's
WAIT ACE'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Author f -Uen Hur" Says I lie Buok Will
ile Iteady la at Year,
Crawfcrdsviile. I ml.. Dee. L':. ion-
cral Lew Wallace has rt turned from
Washington, and has resumed work on
his autobiography, spemlingthegreater
pirtion of each day on this labor since
the weather has become such that hi
cannot visit ins r.irin. i ne general an
nounces that he will complete the book
within the next year, and will present
it to the publie by this time next sea
Those who have been favored by le-
iiig allowed to read certain pert iocs
are strongly inelineil'to believe that
this work will prove to be (Jeneral
Wallace's greatest literary success. hii
narrative lieiug one of absorbing inter
est. The book will not contain n sin
gle letter or speech, and the recital of
well-known historical events gives
place to the iwrsonal experience of the
writer. The book will aliouiid in in
cident and anecdote, and stirring
ev'iits will be given particular prom
inence. NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The senate has continued A. O.
Marsh as jK'Usion agent at Indianaio-lis-
As a result of the intense cold and
blizzard stockmen of Oklahoma figure
a in per cent, loss in cattle.
Three degrees below zero is the low
est teinieraiure recorded by the otli
cia! thermometers in Kansas yester
day. Thomas Cibhin, a farmer near Ash
ley. T., committed suicide at Augus
ta by shooting. He was formerly
mayor of Iuka. Kan.
Cherokee Indians are reported starv
ing lu the hills m-ar Tahlequah in the
(Joiiig Snake district. O. T.
The grand jury at Omaha has voted
true bills against US business men and
others for keeping and maintaining
A. S. Kirgan. residing near Amelia.
O., was found frozen to death within
forty feet of his home.
The First National Hank, of Balls
ton. X. Y.. has resumed business after
a suspension of sixteen days.
Mr. and Mrs. Iludyard Kipling are
to sail for South Africa Dec. '21.
A dispatch from Cairo says Cecil
IJhodes has suffered from a heat
The Colonial Itrewing company of
Xcw York has made an assignment
for the benefit of creditors.
Tlie Massachusetts memorial tablet
erected on the site of the old prison at
Anderson ville, (Ja., has been dedicated.
The Atlantic Uubber -Shoe company.
capital !pl0,00n,000, has been incorpor
ated at Trenton, X. J.
A stranger was found frozen to
denth ou a straws tack ue&r Decatur,
Saw Death Scar
"It often made my heart ache,
writes L. C. Overstreet, of Lljjin.
Tenn., to hear my wife cough until
it seemed her weak and sore lungs
would collapse. Good doctors said
she was so far gone with consump
tion that no medicine or earthly help
could save her, but n friend recom
mended Dr. King's New Discovery
and iersistent use of this excellent
medicine saved her life." It's abso
lutely guaranteed for coughs, colds,
bronchitis, asthma and nil throat and
lung diseases. f0c and $1.00 at lfartz
& Ullemeyer's. Trial bottles free.
For Over Fifty Tea
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been nJed for children y thing. It
soothes the child, soft the gums.
allays all pain, cures V colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 5
cents a bottle.
Chicago, Dec. 20. Following are the open
ing highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today's markets:
Dec., 75i: 1C,; TTi'i; 70'.
Mir, Ti'Si 7s: r"H : Tn?i: sflib.
July, TH? ; 804 ; 7V?; .
Dec, er t :"&! : 03 S: s:si.
Mav, tjiiut-'V; : io7. : oti1: Hi7..
July, tie v?; tH; ;
Dec. 44: 44: 41",'; 4IHb.
May, 44 S,f 45: 4S: 44S: 44 :j .
July, Uo5i;3b.;:ati. v
Dec, 15. Co: 15. OR; 1.1.05: 15 05.
Jan., 16.17: 10. IT; lO.l i: lr; 27.
Alay, 16.5; td.T5; lj.5-J; 10.7J.
9 f7; .": 9 r.T: H.t!7.
B.05; 07; P.lK!: S.crs.
V.tij.iii'.ti.'; S.7'.-; V.iii: 9.7"2.
H ni- : P.30-: H. : 8.3i-.
8.3l: 8.Sit; H.!7: (.-.
Mai-. 8.5; fc.57;8.47; .57s.
Receipts todav: Wheat ?5: corn 130: oats
8l. Iioks 3D.(NI: cattle 4.(Ki; sheep K.iMni.
Hou market ooened nr.i ITh: lower. Hoes left
over 13.112. Liht. i.".m(5.tK);mlxed and butch
ers. &"..' ti.4a: pood heavy, o.o.Vi.o.f; ruukh
heavv. Jii.o.V" ti. 15.
Cattle market opened slow and weak.
Sheep market ocned slow anil weak.
Union Stock yards. S:4u a. to.
Hop; market opened weak. 10c lower,
.iirht, ir5.Kii7t5.Wi: mixed and butchers. o.5.Vrr
.: nd heavy. Sti.i."xinj..'f; rough heavy,
US ,' ti. 15.
I'attle market opened slow and weak.
Beeves. ?i; 7.5t: eows and heifers. JI.KVa
1.75: Texas steers. $.l.;.Vi( 1.75.
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closeu weak. L,icht. $.".(KI.
r.9i): mixeil and butchers. i.".o.v.i,rj.50: eood
hcavv. V Srrfi.:5; rouuli heavy O.Vi6. 15.
Cataie market closed dull and weak.
Sheep market closed weak.
KNtimated receipts for Saturday are:
tvheat 10 corn 111.V n:iU iUI- hnw -'liMlO
Aevr York Stocks.
New York. Dee. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. rMcitic ivp4 sugar M'.i. C. & O. 46. pas
nav I'enna. iiiii it. & o. ni- c. K. I. & 1
1 C. M & St. Paul ltJl. Manhattan 134
Pacific Mail 45. Atchison common 74. W. V.
Tel. Co. tl, N. Y. Central lti. L.. & N
im'i. H. R. T. K. D. ;. Ifd. so. leather
ptd copper wiT, . Atchison ptd. 100V U
S. Steel ptd. t2. U. S. Steel common 42VJ.
Ontario & W ... Missouri l'acitir puis. Union
l'acitlc common lir.'S. coal and iron 63',. Krie
common 4ii!i. Can. common Can. ptd
Corn New. 75c.
Hay Timothy, f 14; prairie, 112.
Coal -43 per tou.
Uutter Choice to fair, 2ic; fresh creamery.
Hens ftvtc per pound.
Spring chickens 6c ier pound.
Turkeys-sc per pouud.
Ducks 7c per ixiuud.
Cattle Hutchers pay for corn fed steers
Hirfr.Vfcc; cows and heifers, 3J4c4i4c; calves.
3c ((.4c. ,
Spring I.ambs $i.50iitl a head.
1 wo l-itlic i iris Cremated.
Canyon City. Colo.. Dec. rTwo
daughters .f .Mrs. James K. Kwing. ti
and -I vears of age. were burned to
death in a life that destroyed the
house occupied by Mrs. Kwing and
her six children. Another of the chil
dren was so badly burned that she will
liar on the Tobacco Habit.
Manistitiue. Mich.. Dee. Ll. Notice
Las been served on dealers by the
tnard of education that, tinder the
stale law; cigarettes and tobacco must
i.i the future not be sold to boys under
17 years of age. The penalty is prose
FOR SALK MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALli Hotel, restaurant, laundrv and
other lines or business. Easltuau &, Co.,
1714V. Second avenue.
tY)K SALE A tirst-class second-hand house
heating boiler, selt-teeding. Can be used
for steam or hot water heat. A bargain to
parties having use tor it. Allen, Mjers &
FOR SALIC A complete bookkeeping schol-
arsnip wun tne international corresponu-
ence scnoois. w in sen at less man cost at
club rate. Cash or monthly payments.
Address -A 03." Argus oilice.
FOR SALE We have a few extraordinary
good bargains in watches, diamonds and
clothing. All other merchandise must go
at 45 cents on the dollar all this month.
Liberal amounts forwarded on all articles
of value. The Oreater New York Loan
bank. 3-JO Twentieth street. Phone ;7J3
George W. McCaskrin, Solicitor.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. C53
In the circuit court, to the January term,
A. D t0i. L'ivorce.
Blanch s God complainant, vi G lbert Go ft,
To 'Ma above named non-resident defend
ant. GllDert Go.
a ftldaait of vour nor-reicence having ben
Sled In tba ofllce of tbe said circuit court, with
tbe circuit lerk. notice is herebv etvtn to
yoa. that 'he ahova named complainant bas
riled in saia ci cuit court her cl 1 of com
plaint aesintt you. on ths cbaneery side there
of of said circuit court, that a sura mors Id
chanceiy hat been iss.-ed in said oue airainst
iou, returnanie o tne next term or saia cir-
ouit oourt to b- b 'tun acd rolden at tbe court
bous- l the city of Kock Island in said county,
on the first Mondav in January. A. D 19".!, at
which time and Mice tou will appearand
plead, answer or demur to said bin of com
plaint. If you Fee ti.
Lrateu at kock lsiana, luinois, tnis atn aay
of December. A D. ltil-
Gborgb W Gamsi.k.
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Rock
Iilandcoun'y 1111m ts
CEOHCB V. McCARKhlN.
Cbaneery Hot lea,
e ef IlllnoVa l
oak inland County.
t the Circuit Court at the January term, A.
VJIra Hershey, comp'alna't, vs Dar.lel Hayes
and Alice warneid ti ayes, aeiennauts
To the above named Daniel Bayea and Alice
Wartield Hayes and each of them:
Amdavlt of your nou residence ana or tne
non-residence of each cf you having been
nled in the above entitled cau-e intbeornre
of tne undersigned clerk of the circuit court
of the county of K"o Island and state of
JJllnoi. you are hereby notified that the
above na.red complainant has filed in said
court ber bill of complaint against you on
the ehancrrv side of said court: That a
summons In chancery has been Issued In said
cause against you, returnable to me January
term A u.i002. of said court, to be begun
aid holden In th oourt bouse in the city of
Kock Island, in said county, in are state of
Illinois, on the first MoDday of January. A.
IX, Ml, at which time and place you will
appearand plesd. answer or demur to said
bill of complaint aa you mav see fit.
uatea at koch island Illinois, I ma zatn aay
Of October, D., l&mi.
UIOSOI W. UAMBLB,
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
sWuhxt ft Walhir, Complainant's Solici
Ooini't Be Fooled
Tab tba cecatfls, wrlglaal
SOCXY MOUNTAIN TCJI
Mad enly by Madison Mat
doe Co.. Madisoa, WU. X
keeps yo well. Oar tcrU
mark cut -a arb MckasTc
Price, )B feats. t'Vw? ce1
l a bulk, f-cazl w ttf
Oubtf4MaTB tela. - ' raj
Wo liavc Bccurotl from tlie factory 3,000 pairs of
Ladies Slioes wliieli vo will sell from 10 a. m: ,
Saturday, Dee. 21, until Saturday niglit, Dec 28,
For $2.49 Per Psxir.
This lot consists of all styles: Patent Leather,
Viei Kid, Velours and Box Calf.
Every Pair Fresh, Clean and Stylish.
Come early and get JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
Opposite Harper House.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
VVANTKD A pirl at Wright s restaurant
WANTED A girl, tor second cook at Kirk
man s restaurant, :u 10 l-'ittn avenue.
WANTED A strong girl for general house
work. Hest wages. Apply at KJ Twenty'
WANTED Ladies to learn hairdressing.
manicuring or facial massage oniy
tour weeks required. Write Moler college
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Collector and salesman. Inquire
Singer ofiice. 1M9 Second avenue, M. wc
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
Oil aud Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED Men with rig to introduce Mon
arch Poultry Mixtures "-Ju weekly and ex
penses: year's contract: weekly pav Ad
dress with stamp. Monarch Manufactur
ing company. Box 1151. Springtield, 111.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
monev making specialty to the grocery
aud ireneral store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company. Decatur.
1 11. None but tirst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED A man with 92.000 can secure an
interest in a business that will pay him a
salary ot 91.0(H) per year ana a tair per cent
. " . . f 1 1 . .. ....... V .. .
interest oil Ills iuicmuicui. rai u muv
prepared to take full charge of his depart
ment and devote all his time to the busi
ness. It vou are looking for a safe and
orotitable investment, investigate thisot
fer. Address -J. K. L.," care Uock Island
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED To rent a house of seven or
eight rooms between Seventeenth and
Twentv-flftri streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address D." Argus.
WANTED - M ISCELLAN EOCS.
WANTED To bu a house of six or seven
rooms, or a Jot to build on. Write, stating
location and price Address '-u. 27. Argus.
WANTED Dressmaking. First-class work
done. Satisfaction guaranteed and work
finished on time. Call at Third avenue.
WANTED Anv person who will distribute
circulars for "3 daily should address Stan
dard company. 4 Wells. Chicago. Steady
position. No canvassing.
WANTED Work in upholstering, cabinet
making and repairing of all kinds. Work
called tor and delivered and satisfaction
guaranteed. Also manufacturer ot Easy
Bright furniture polish, t'allon or address
;. V. Christ. -:il9 Fourth avenue. Give
him a trial.
WANTED -An established wholesale house.
recently incorporates exieuuiug uiuto.
desires to engaire competent manager tor
branch house. Salarv turn per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest 91. (XHt
In capital stock of company, on which divi
dend ot" 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 410 liansas City, Mo.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
if vou sell Stark trees. Louisiana, aio.;
Danville. N. Y.
MEN Our catalogue explains how we teach
the barber trade in ctgnt wecs; maiieu
free. Moler college. Chicago. 111.
FOR TRADE Five-room house and lot in
Milan tor team or tenant tarming outni.
Price 9500. Address Box 15S. Milan. 111.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sens ana ex
changes all kinus oi seconu nauu guoun.
will pav more than anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. l Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
IP YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can
do it tor vou. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mail, Moline, I1L
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
perience places us in a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure vou success. Ask for free letters
of Information and bulletin of daily papers
that pay. We also start responsible par
ties in the mall order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver, Racine. Wis.
FOR EXCHANGE A 93.000 interest in a bus
iness that will pav 10 per cent interest on
the investment to exchange for a larm or
a house and a lot. If the party exchang
ing is In a position to accent a salaried io
sition. he can have full charge of one de
partment. If vou are looking for a safe
investment and a position, investigate this
offer. Address "Iv. 13," care Rock Island
MON KY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also cnoice property lor
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED To loaa money on diamonds.
watches, jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale attialt' the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number aud
location, 123 Second avenue. Don't forget
it. J. W. Jones. Two rings oa 1347.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office:
W. Sa." 8: "E. C. 15." 5: "D:" "H. 50,"4:
E. F. P.:" "Z. "G W," 2; "Grocer;'
Printer;" "R 23.".
Hock Island, 111.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two rooms tor light house
keeping. lwiS Second avenue.
FOR RENT Two rooms, in suite, with or
without meals, at 1405 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Rooms lor light housekeeping.
Apply at Mrs. R. B. Curry's. a-.T Twentieth
FOR RENT Room and board, with heat
and bath, for two gentlemen. At 1116 Sec
FOR RENT A large front room furnished,
with modern conveniences: centrally lo
cated at 1333 Second avenue.
FOR RENT - Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping: also nicely furnished sleep
ing rooms at 1405 Second avenue.
FJR RENT A large front room nicelv fur
nished. steam heat, gas and bath, includ
ing tirst-class table board, at Mrs Shaab's.
No. liS Second avenue: telephone 13119.
FOR RENT A modern fiat, central location.
Apply at 170U Third avenue.
FOR RENT Four nice rooms on ground
floor: water and sewer. Inquire at n36
FOR RENT S. S. Hull has several houses for
rent from 910 to 950. Call at room 16, Mit
chell & Lynde building.
FOR SALE. Two cottages, have to be mov
ed off lot immediately. Inquire of Harris
Bros., 1VU Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Cottage of Bve rooms, good cel
lar, large yard, citv water, to small fam
ily. Rerrt9l0. Inquire 1110 Third avenue.
FOR RENT New 8-room house with all mod
ern improvements, good location, rent
cheap it taken soon. Gordon and Bowman.
FOR RENT Six-room house, just completed.
All modern conveniences. Hot and cold
water, heat and light. Located 1115 Nine
teenth street. Apply T. E. Victch, Harper
FOR RENT A new s-room cottage. 51S
Forty-second street. This cottage is newly
painted and papered. Has bath room,
closet, hot and cold water, gas and gas fix
tures. It Is near to the new milk concern
and Moline factories and Rock Island arse
nal. Rent very reasonable. Will be va
cant in a few days. Apply to Goldsmith &
McKee. FOK SALK-PROPKRTT.
FOR SALE A choice 10-acre fruit farm tor
sale in South Rock Island. Finely im
proved. See Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE A lot in Black Hawk addition
on Fifteenth street, near Twelfth avenue.
Inquire at 825 Twelfth street.
FOR SALE -One ot the best stock or dairv
farms in Bowling township, containing is)
acres, about coin pasture, balance under
cultivation. Good house and other build
ings. Well "watered. Price 910 per acre.
Terms easy. John Stahlnccker, Milan, I1L
FOR SALE Lots in McEnirv's addition bv
E. J. Burns, room 12. Mitchell & Lynde
building. These lots are on Sixth avenue,
between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street car lines. Terms to suit purchaser.
FOR SALE Lots in Velie's addition, south
of Edgewood park, that have been selling
from 93ui to 9l jer lot. will, for the next
tki days, sell tor 9200 to 950 per lot. This
proiK-rty lies southeast of Edgewood park,
and they are all nice, level lots. It is a big
bargain for investors or home seekers.
For sale by E. E. Morgan. Rooms 3 and 4,
Skinner building. Moline. 111.
FOR SALE If you intend to build a nice
home in the spring, please investigate the
beautiful lots we "nave in Highland park.
This is the most desirable residence jmr
tion of the city. It is almost certain the
Tri-City Railway company will enter this
district within a short time. These lots
are amply shaded by large natural trees;
sewers, water mains, electric lights, etc..
already in None but hich grade homes in
the neighlsirhood. These lots within a
year will increase in value 25 per cent
T)ie fall or winter is the time to purchase
building lots: all 50x110 feet. Applv to
Goldsmith & McKee
LOST AND FOUND
LOST -An Elk tooth charm. Finder will be
rewarded by returning same to this office.
LOST A bead chatelaine purse between
Sixth ami Ninth avenues and Twenty-third
street. Finder return to WW Twenty-third
LOST A pair of gold-rim nose glasses, be
tween the plow shop and Tweny -seventh
street and Fifth avenue. Finder leave at
Argus ottlce and receive reward.
LOST From a wagon, a package of dry
goods the largest articles being blankets
and quilts between Twenty-seventh and
Tweltth streets on Ninth avenue. Reward
will be given for its return to Mr. Geller
man. 017 Ninth street.
LOST A roll of hills amounting to $55 on
Second avenue between Twenty-first street
and M. & K.'s store. Finder will be liber
ally rewarded by returning to 3102H Fifth
avenue or to Argus office.
LOST Monday last, a black pocket book be
tween Third avenue and Fifteenth street
and the Harper house. It contained a2l in
paper monev. two Mexican "clackers." a
Mexican 5-cent piece and a note, quite
worn, from a girl. The owner is especially
anxious to regain possession of the old
coins. Finder notify either Argus ofllce or
James H. Wilson. Busy Bee restaurant.
Davenport, and receive liberal reward.
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Dorothy Den
ton, magnetic healer and palmist. Rooms
hi and 52. McCullough block. Davenport.
Hours 1 to 5. and 7.30 to 9 p. m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctly. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, accidents - and
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to 10 p. m, 705 Fourth avenue.