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THE A&GUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER at, 190.1.
Two story brick store on Second
avenue at a sacrifice. Yearly
rent $576, netting buyer B'2 per
cent. Price, $5,150 cash. This
price good until Wednesday
neon. Act quickly, if you are in
Two cheap lots. Forty-third
street and Eighth avenue; each
50x140. Sewer, water, gas and
electricity; beautiful trees: nice
level lots. These wilt be sold at
PRICE $1,100 CASH.
Three Munis, oiumearlaa
Monday, Oct. 30 Nov. 2.
Dubinsky liro'. Famous
WALLACK'S THE ATP E
In high class repertoire, opening in the
beautiful four-ait romt Jj-Ui'rna
"FOR HOME AND HONOR."
Lem 15. I'arkir's Greatest Flay.
Tuesday. "My Friend from Arkan
sas." Wednesday matinee "A Messenger
Wednesday night. "Was She to
High class winning: anj dancing special
ties. Including the latent illustrated
songs between the acts at each per
l iirmaiicf. A continuous show; no wait.
Rich costumes and special scenery.
Change of play and specialties at each
(rleeat lor. 20e am 30e. Peats ready
Saturday at 9 a. m. at theatre.
On Monday night one la!y will be ad -mltted
free when iiccumpnnlort by one
lady or gent lemnn holding a Soc ticket,
which must ! reserved before 6 p. m
Monday. Kaeh and every play Is guar
anteed to be presented exactly the tame
mid under the same direction as wa
trixluii-il at Wallack's theatre. New
York City. Matinee Wednesday at 2:30
Friday. Nov. 3.
Spencer & Aborn's Production of th
Great Kmotional Drama.
A WIFE'S SECRET"
la It Mrtrwad Muerraaf i'. Jieanoa.
A beautiful story, told in powerful
m. I. Klramat i- stle. with laughter ami
tears cleverly blended.
Willi a splendid cast wild elaborate
Prlrea Jlf, 60e. 57c and ft. 00.
We Are the Land
Sellers and We
Sell It Cheaper
Than Anyone Else
WE SELL OR TRADE FOR
YOU ANY PROPERTY OR
BUSINESS EXCEPT SALOONS
OR LIQUOR BUSINESS.QUICK
LY. SEE US BEFORE YOU GO
WE HAVE OVER 300,000,000
ACRES IN OKLAHOMA, IN
DIAN TERRITORY AND TEX
AS. WESTERN LAND &
1610 Second Avenue, Rock
KKWASKK, I Li
st OX. MO l Til. ILL.
DAYS OF ZERO WEATHER
AND SNOW AT HAND
Past Record of November . Shows
Strong Foretaste of Win
ter. The following data, covering a period
of 34 years-rve been compiled from
the weathef -au records at the lo
ical office. Tt Issued to show the
conditions thl Jte Drevailed. durine
the month inrestion, for the above
'period of years, but must not be con
strued as a forecast of the weather con-
ditions for the coming month.
November for the above period had
an average temperature of 38. the
I warmest month being that of 1902 with
an average of 46 and the coldest of
I18S0 with an average of 3r. The high-
. est temperature was 78 on the 1st.
U-.SS. and the lowest 10 degrees below
zero on the 2'Jih. 1891. The average
precipitation has been 1.8 inches with
rain falling on an average of eight
days. The greatest monthly precipi
tation was 4.7 inches in 1879 and the
least was .Is inches in 1904. The
greatest amount of snow fall in any
24 hours was 1.4 inches on the 27th,
lfc92. The average number of clear
days has been 9. party cloudy 9, and
cloudy 12. The prevailing winds have
ben from the northwest.
City Council Chamber, Rock Island.
111.. Oct. 19n5. The council met
at ?:; p. in.. Mayor McCaskrin pre
siding, and all of the aldermen present,
except Aid. Trefz. The clerk read the
call for the ineetins as follows:
Rock Island. 111.. Oct. 3. 1905.
Mr. H. C. Schaffer. City Clerk:
You will please call a special meet
ing of the city council of the city of
Rock Island to he held on the 30th day
of October, 195, at 7:30 o'clock p. m..
for the purpose of considering the pur
chase of a waterworks pump and oth
er things in connection with this de
partment. (Signed by the mayor and
Aids. Oberg and Trtnkenschuh).
The mayor presented his message
for refusal to sign the contract with
the Snow Pump works for furnishing
and installing an 8.000.000 gallon
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Ander
son. H. C. SCHAFFER.
Kidney trouble often ends fatally,
but by choosing the right medicine, E.
H Wolfe, of Bear Grove. Iowa, cheated
death. He says: "Two years ago I
had kidney trouble, which caused me
great pain, suffering and anxiety, hut
I took Klectric Bitters, which effected
a complete cure. I have also found
them of great benefit in general de
bility and nerve trouble, and keep
them constantly on hand, since, as I
find thev have no equal'Hartz & Ulle-
meyer. druggists, guarantee them at
Faith Not Necessary.
You may be just as skeptical and
pessimistic as you please. Kodol will
digest what you eat whether you eat
or not. You can put your food In a
bowl, pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure on it and it will digest it the
same as It will in your stomach. It
can't help but cure Indigestion and
dyspepsia. It is curing hundreds and
thousands some had faith and some
didn't. Kodol will cure you if medi
cine will cure you, whether you have
faith in It or not. Sold by all drug
gists. Wards Off Pneumonia.
All coughs, colds and pulmonary
complaints that are curable are quick
ly cured bv One Minute Cough Cure
Clars the phlegm, draws out inflam
mation and heals and soothes the af
fected parts, strengthens the lungs,
wards off pneumonia. Harmless and
pleasant to take. Sold by all drug
gists. CONTRACTING AND
FRANK A. FREDERICKS.
chralnar Shop, 1121 Fourth
MUmm rtly eae Wtav
w ae-reea wi aaeciaK
ty. atlafacttaa (varutt4. Wtmm-Uaae-a,
41 Klev-ast itmt. Ol4
mm weet KM.
Sawed Building Stone. Ashlar and
Trimmings a Specialty.
Far tkMMCM, aaiwMUty mm
a-easty, ezeell fcy MM Tada
ataae 4mm mmt wash mmlm tmm
wall with alkali, ate. Plaaa aaat
mm far MttattM will aaaaiva
aarcfal atteatlaa am mm ratwmv
4 praaiptly at aar cap
Uurtiea U smiles fraaa Rek
Iala taa C B. 4k Q. rall
ra-aa. Tr-alaa Ha. mm 19 wUl
tap ul let vtaltara mM mm am.
Bridge Stone. Corn Crib Blocks and
Foundation Stone, any Size
SaaaaUa at (tea aa4 abataa af
aalKlasa mmm mm eccm at Bui
N a. 13, Mitchell A Lrm4e k-mUaV-later.
ARTHUR BURRALL. Manager,
Rock Island or Colona, tlL
FITY THE GIRL
Sunken Eyes end Hollow Cheeks Tell
Story of Ravages of Dyspepsia.
Beauty depends upon health.
Wrinkles, crow's-feet, deep-set eyes,
hollow rhffks and hysteria follow closely
in the wake of a disordered stomach.
Of all nerve destroying maladies, dys
pepsia is the worst. It will tear your
system to pieces and make life miserable.
You cannot eat or sleep, you grow thin,
weak and sallow.
Indigestion and a hot bitter fluid rising
in the throat are the first symptoms.
If you have these buy a package of
Recall Dyspepsia Tablets.
CAPT. ;eo. w cook, a civil war vet-
LKAN. OF ti MI LLET ST.. DETROIT.
' I liaTe suiTtred from acute dyspepsia for the
pot ei?bt year-sand could find no relief from
dorim or medicine until I procured a box of
Result )-pep latueU. These 1 am pleased
loMyr'if me imnwdiate relief ftiey da all
that c I tiim-d tor them aud a.e easy aud pteaa
ant to take.'
This is the only remedy we know of
that will positively and permanently cure
dyspepsia. It embodies a new medical
principle heretofore unknown in the
treatment of this disease. We have
enough confidence in it to make this offer ;
(live Kexal! Dyspepsia Tablets a trial.
If they don't cure you we will return
Price ii cents. For sale only at our
store or by mail,
T. II. THOMAS.
LOST AND VOXTHTK
IOST A house plan. Return to Arftu.s
office or to r.31 Twelfth street and re
IXST Itlack and white spotted ;ind
ticked pointer, with In-own nose. Ite
turn to 22S Twentieth street.
LOST An Irilh ett-r. five months old.
with white mark on lirad. Return to
O. lrienter. 1 'Z Soond avenue, and
MONET TO LOAlff.
LAANS ON REAL KSTATE SECURITY
at loweKt rates, l.udolph & Reynolds,
lawyers. Iinford block, corner Seven
teenth street and Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN On real estate se
curity at lowest rates. Marion E.
Sweeney, attorney, rooms 33 and 85,
Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Isl
and. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of loaning
money on household goods, horses
wagons, etc., without removal and In
a quiet way. Call on us for quick
loans. Fidelity Loan company, room
SS. Mitchell & Lynde block.
PATENT ANIJ TRADE-MARK office
room 14, Mitchell & Lynde building.
Rock Island. James P. Murphy, as
sociate, branch of Moore & Co., pat.
ent attorneys, Washington, D. C, an
PATENTS. TRADE-MARKS. COPV
rishts. A. H. Lidders. attorney-at-law:
lT. S. and foreign patents: room
6. McKlnnie block, coiner Fifteenth
street and Fourth avenue. Moli.it.
Open Wednesday and Saturday even
ings. HEATING AND PLUMBING.
CIIANNON. DUFVA & CO. Heating
and plumbing along scientific lines.
Careful and skilled workmen. Prompt
attention. 114 West Seventeenth street.
JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD At-
torneya-at-law. Office in Rock Isl
and National bank building.
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys
and counselors at law. Abstracts or
title. Office In Bengston block.
SEA RLE & MARSHALL Lawyers.
Money to loan on good real estate se
curity. Mitchell & Lynde block. Rock
II. M. M CASKRIN Attorney at Iw.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock island
office In liengston block. Milan office
on Main street.
JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney-at-Uw.
Oeneral legal practice. Office, room
13. Mitchell Ai Lynde building. Union
Electric 'phone 56ul.
THOMPSON & WALKER lawyers.
oenerai jaw pusiness; prooaie, com
mercial and corporation law. 1807
Second avenue. Rock Island.
LUDOLPII & REYNOLDS Attorneys-
at-I-iw. Money to loan, ueneral le
gal business. Notary public 1703
Second avenue, Lluford block.
McENIRY & McENIRY Attorneys-at-
uw. iian money on gotia security ;
nTake collections. References. Mitch
ell & Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys-
- . . . . n It .1. A
at-LUW. . . A. Iar8n, oweunu au
vokat. Office, over Crampton's book
store. 171 Second avenue. Pensions,
Loans. Patents, etc.
EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAB.
ROBB'S TRANSFER COMPANY 120
Wet eevenieenui airetri. viu i"iu.
1537; new 'phone 6158. New storaga
building. Express, baggage, bua and
cab calls answered day or night.
EW'ERT & RICHTER Express and
Storage company, iiuviuk uuru.icu
facilities for moving, storing, packing
and shipping household goods, and
can quote reduced freight rates to
pacific coast and other point. Write
or calL Office and warehouse, 112
126 East Fourth Btreet, Davenport,
Iowa. Telephone BS8.
IF YOU WANT to buy. aell. trad or
rent anymmg. cukk miu
a situation, the Mail Is the on pa
per In Molina that can do It for yoo.
Matt wants are popular and Mali
want bring reaulta. One-half cent
par word la the price to all alike, cask
In advance; l-cent stamps will da
venlng and Saturday Mail. Molina
About 1.000 lots, from 1200 up.
About 50 residences. $1,200 up
All of these are In desirable loca
tions. We also write Fire. Life
and Accident Insurance.
NOW IT IS UP TO YOU.
WARD & HAMILTON.
Real Eatate aatd laaaraatee Aasta,
17IH4 Second Avenw.
Old 'phone W. 4; new SsCS.
Llat 7ar praaterty with m.
All the news all the time THJ
AUG US. - -
WANTBD MltB BBXJ.
WANTED First class tenoner man
at the Rock Island wood works.
WANTED Twenty-five laborers, at the
Black Hawk Clay Manufacturing
company s. fc-ears. in.
WANTED At once, men to distribute
coupons. Economy lifntal Parlors
Illinois theatre building.
WANTED Ten good white laborers;
2 per day: steady work. Call at the
Lewis Roofing company's.
WANTED A good, smart boy. 12 to
1 .- . ..1.1 . . . rl . V I i . V. . . .
i 'i jrarn I'm. n iv t'e. in wurh. j 1 -
dress "E. C. R-." care Argus.
WANTED Two coat makers and one
pants maker: steaay work, at J. C.
Freese c Sons', Davenport. Iowa.
WANTED Carpenters, at "Q" yard.
Galesburg. 111.; lor concrete forming;
wages. J2.75 per day; board ami lodg
ing. S per week.
WANTED Three or four good steam
boat cooks on government work;
wages, $o per month. Apply U. ri.
engineer's office, room 3S. postotllce
building. Rock Island. I1L
WANTED Men and boys to earn $5 a
day. after two months instruction;
position guaranteed; special tuition,
half price, for few days only. Coyne
l'.ros'. Co. Plumbing Schools. New
York; Cincinnati. Ohio; St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED Sixty laborers, to work on
new government aam near ueaa ot
Rock Island arsenal island: wages.
$1.3u per day of eight hours, with
board. Apply at large quarterboat
camp, opposite Fifteenth street
bridge. Moline. 111.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
just the season to begin; tew week.
completes; can nearly earn expenses
before finishing; board provided If de
sired; positions waiting: top wages;
write for particulars. Moler Barber
college, Chicago, 111.
WANTED Harness and collar makers;
steady work and good wages for In
experienced harness makers on light
and heavy work; also two collar
stitchers and one collar cutter; our
factories are operated under the most
favorable conditions of any in the
northwest; permanent position to
those who come at once. Address
Saddlery Dept.. Marshall-Wells Hard
ware company, Dulutli. Minn.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper
WANTED Three girls, for folding
work. Tucker, the printer.
girl for general house
work at 2226 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A girl, at the City Strum
laundry. 22t! Seventeenth street.
WANTED A Kirl for general house
work, at 1122 Twentieth street.
WANTED Dining room girls at the
Rock Island house lunch room.
WANTED A girl for liKht housework
in familv of two. Apply ut once at
273s Fifth avenue.
WANTED A girl for general house
work: good wages. Apply to 73
WANTED Fifty women, to prepare
apples for eanninsr. Rock Island Can
ning factory. Sears.
WANTD An experienced girl for sec
ond work. Apply at Ms Twentieth
street. Mrs. A. Mosenf elder.
WANTED tJood saleslady, to sell furs.
Apply to Peoples Credit Cloth
ing company, 321 Twentieth street.
WANTED A girl for general house
work in family of three adults; good
wages. Call ut 1043 Nineteenth street
WANTED Ladies; our catalogue ex
plains how we teach hairdressing,
manicuring, etc., in few weeks; mail
ed free. Moler college, Chicago, 11L
WANTED Indies to loam the Van
Dame system of dress cutting at our
cutting school and dressmaking par
lors. Mrs. Dunleavy, lS20Va Third liv
WANTED Lady solicitor, for news
paper work, in Moline; salary. SI :i
day and commission. Address "News
paper Solicitor." care Moline Dis
patch. Moline, 111.
WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Energetic, trustworthy man
or woman, to work in Illinois, repre
senting large manufacturing com
pany; salary, $40 to per month,
paid weekly, expenses advanced. Ad
dress, with stamp. J. 11. Moore, Rock
WANTED Situation as housekeeper.
by reliable woman; can give refer
ences if desired. Address "A. I! .,"
WANTED ISy a reliable woman with
child a situation in boarding house;
experienced in boarding house work.
Inquire at Zlh Fifteenth street.
WANTED Situation, by widow, as
pastry cook or all round cook; is ca
pable of taking charge of kitchen and
dining room. Address "!. E. H ,"
tare Argus office.
WANTED Upholstering and chair can
ing to do. at 22'2 Third avenue.
To buy. a second hand let
Address "J. O. Ii," cart
WANTED Roomers and boarders; fur
nished rooms with modern conveni
ences near; 2634 Seventh avenue, on
Elm street line.
WANTED Two large soft coal heating
stoves ana a good second nana Dicy
de. corner Fifth avenue and Six
teenth street. Tri-Clty Roller Rink
WANTED To sell, u good paying
boarding house. In a splendid loca
tion: pait cash and part lime; best of
reasons for selling. Aiidress "R.,"
WANTED Household goods to move.
store, pack or ship at reduced rates
to Pacific coast and other points. For
the best service at lowest rates, write
or call on Ewert Richter Express 6c
Storage company, 322-326 East Fourth
street, Davenport. Iowa. Tel. 6S8.
MOTELS AND RESORTS.
LAS VECSA8 HOT SPRINGS Located
S.767 feet above the sea. All year
round resort. A perfect place for
rest. For particulars, addresa Dr.
Daniel S. Perkins, medical director,
Laa Vegas. N. M.
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chip
piannock nursery. Cut flowers and
designs of all kinds. City store, 1814
Second avenue. Telephone lilt.
PARI DON tc BON Artistic Interior
decoration. Finest line of late paper
carried and skilled workmen employ
ed. Moderate prices. 417 Seven
tee nth street.
LEONARD DRACK Architect and su
perintendent. Skinner block, second
floor. Office hours. 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to
5: JO p. m.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room at 1016 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms
on tirst floor. Inquire at ISIrt Fifth
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, partly modern, at 1116
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms.
with all modern conveniences, at 2s
FOR RENT Front room .with alcove:
modern: with or without board: at
Jt25 Twenty-second street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
rooms; at 14;3 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room; all modern conveniences: cen
tral and nice location. 'Phone C063.
FOR RENT Furnished front room; all
modern conveniences: first class table
board if desired, at 7vS Seventeenth
FOR RENT Two large rooms, beauti
fully lurnislied: gas. electric light,
bath, furnace heat, at ."2 Twenty
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room: all modern convenience; loca
ted opposite court house; 217 Fif
FOR RENT A furnished room, with all
mouern conveniences, and use of
phone; for gentlemen only; at 122
FOR RENT Two large furnished
rooms, with bath and use of 'pliotu .
suitable for light housekeeping, at
l!'2!i Ninth avenue; new 'phone .r74'.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
with all modern conveniences, and
use of 'phone; hot water heat: 1U4
Thirteenth street; nev 'phone 5412.
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms,
with ull modern Improvements; steam
heat and bath and first class board at
reasonable prices. Mrs. F. C. Hahn.
14l'j Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, or suite of two rooms, with
eery cotivenic.net'. at 7n3 Twenty
third street. opposite Broadway
church. New 'phone ."'.';7.
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
looms tor light housekeeping; fur
nace heat; close to all car lines; easy
walking distance to arsenal and to
the city. 2n33 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT MOUSES.
FOR R ENT
ply at 2"il"
House of five rooms.
FOR RENT Seven-room house; mod
ern con veiiituces ; at f2' Elm street.
Inquire at 2!".2 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Five-room house at 3124
Ninth avenue. Inquire at 172 Fifth
avenue. Call between 7 and 8 p. m.
FOR RENT Eight-room house, with
modern improvements, at 2'.l3rt Fifth
itvemie. Inquire at 2i3t Fifth ave
nue. FOR RENT Six-room cottage, two
blocks from court house; desirable lo
cation and low rent. Inquire at lui
FOR RENT A new seven-room house,
with furnace, on Fourteenth avenue
between Tenth and Eleventh streets.
Call at 1T.23 Sixth avenae.
FOR RENT A six-room house, with
city water ami sewer, in good repair,
and dry cellar, at Mi Twelfth street.
Inquire at :;!.! Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage in
South Rock Isl:ii'.il. corner Drashar
and Eleventh streets. Inquire of i;
F. tjodf'rey. 2PJ Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
Eightll-aild-U-lialf avenue, between
Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth
streets. Inquire at Commercial house.
FOR RENT All eight-room house on
Twenty-third street and a live-room
cottage ori Elm street. Inquire at
li14 Twentieth street, fall old 'phone
S'.l3, 5 rings.
FOR RENT New double house, all
modern, seven rooms, and bath each;
furnace, electric light and gas; will
be ready Nov. 1. Inquire at lfil7
FOR KENT Five-room house; al
house of six rooms, and one of seven
roocs. Inquire at 1712 J-z Second ave
nue. Old phone 474; new 'pnone r.tili f,
two rings. Schaarnian Thompson.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
Foil RENT Three offices on ground
floor. Apply at the Rock Island
FOR RENT Store room at 2211 Fourth
avenue. Inquire at Rock Island Fuel
FOR RENT fhcap, a good building
on Thirteenth street; size, 40x40 feel;
suitable for feed store, paint shop,
carpenter shop, or factory. Apply al
DR. MAR V YATES Magnetic healer
and spiritual medium. Hours, 1 to 10
p. m. Residence. 70i Fourth avenue.
Take tlte Blue line west.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and
insurance. Iians a specialty. Best
lire companies represented. Your pat
ronage solicited. 'Phonw west 706-X.
Office, 1621 Second avenue.
INSURANCE on dwellings and house
hold goods a specialty. Oldest and
best companies; lowest rates. C R.
C hamherlln. Mitchell &. Lynde block.
BENNETT'S Insurance Agency Fire,
life, accident, health and plate glas.
Heal estate and loans. Room 2. iiu
ford block. Residence 'phone, union
361; office, union 113.
TORNADO INSl'RANCE Rates for city
property. 20 cents per 10t one year.
40 cents per $100 three years. 60 cents
per $1' five years, fall or address
f. R. fharnberlin, agent, Mitchell c
Lynde bull ling.
HAVES & CI.EAV ELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time and fire tested com
panies. Fire. lightning, plate glass,
tornado, areident, life, or almost any
f j i m of risk. Oround floor office 21o
to 218 Eighteenth street.
WE WILL BOND YOF Executors', ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees', or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and
society officers; city, state or U. H.
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, anv kind of
bond you want (except bail bonds;.
Terms reasonable. Hayes & Cleave
land, resident managers Fidelity at
Deposit company, of Maryland.
CONTRACTORS AND BCILDERS.
GL'STAV BLANK ENBl'RG All kinds
of contracting, building and Jobbing;
workmanship guaranteed; estimates
furnished. Re.dt-nce. 817 Twenty
ninth street. 'Phone 6SS8.
JOHN VOLK at CO. Contractors and
builders. Also manufacturers of safi.
doors, blinds and mouldings. Ieaier
In plate window and art glass. Of
fices and factory, 211 to ZZ Eigh
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY
Wholesale and retail dealers tn til -tufinous
and anthracite coal. Prompt
delivery service. Office, 1718 first
FOR SALE CITT PROPERTT.
FOR SALE I.ot 40X1.-.O feet, centrally
locuieu. on paveu si reel. Kor partic
ulars address Box 2S7. city.
FOR SALE Six-room modern house.
nO-foot lot. in first class location:
J.Iimi down, balance In years' time
price. SS.OuO. Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Four nice, high building
lots on Fifteenth avenue, between
Tenth and Eleventh streets, south
fronts. 40x120. Inquire at lolS
FOR SALE Lots 4Sxl3.; price. $s;.-:
corner Twenty-sixth street and Eigh
teenth avenue, lacing Longview;
street car line. Inquire at 1M5 Twenty-sixth
FOR SALE Acre and town lots lust
outside of city limits on bluff near
street car line, cheap on monthlv pav
ments. Inqiiir of John T. Campbell.
1S2S Seventeenth slreet. 'Phone 322
FOR SALE One acre of land, all fenced
in chicken tight: four-room cottage,
barn, chicken house; all kin. Is of
growing fruit, located at 1S19 Twenty-sixth
street. For particulars, in
quire on premises.
FOR SALE Two east front lots 4x
l.o tone a corner lot), with citv wa
ter and sewer connections, located
on Twelfth street, between Tenth and
Eleventh avenues; aiso one south
front lot 3Sxl2o. with outbuildings
and' city water connections, on Elev
enth avenue and Twelfth street. In
quire at lulS Twelfth street.
THE two-story brick store building
situated at 1 1 1 T Second avenue, now
occupied by Dindingcr. the printer.
Tliis is a good Investment.
FOR SALE To elese estate, the beau
tiful home. No. 732 Seventeenth street;
modern improvements; e.ist front;
eight rooms: tine location; best of re
pair. Call ami examine
FOl'R acres, with house, situated on cor
ner Twelfth street and femeUry
road, in South Rock Island; tin. place
for gardening. Ilorlst. or poultry raisin-?.
The lo irs are desirous of sell
ing these properties as soon ,! possi
ble. For further Informal ion. apply
to 11. E. Krell. 71.1 Seventeenth slreet.
FOR SALE FARM PROPERTY.
SALE - 2'''-acre l irni tu Lewis
county. .Missouri; j:'.o acres in culti
vation: live-rooiii house, good barn,
numerous out luii li mg . deep well in
a rd ; well watered ,hmI fenced Soil
is a d irk loam, from 12 tin In s lo
three feet in depth. Thi is one o!
Ilii' best producing farms in Lewis
county. There is not one acre of poor
r rough land flosc to school, live
miles from Lal'.ell.-. This U ;i belter
I arm than others selling at (' per
and is ji per acre cheaper than
of its class. I own this, and
put it down for immediate sale
Jin per acre; $l,iM!it down: asv
This is the cheapest high
fomc quick, if
Dowell. La Cell.-
FOIl SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A gooil gasoline stove.
one iron bed and kitchen taole, at
till Twenty-fourth street.
FOR SALE Mare weighing 1.I..0; city
broke and gentle, lor Apply to
E. Kuhr. lld.1 Fifteenth strict.
FOft SALE One Oak Garland coal
stove, nearly new: burns haid and
soft coal and wood. Inquire at 12-L'
FOR SALE A gentle. 1;. year-old horse,
weighing between 1.1 ' and 1.2""
pounds: thoroughly city broke, drives
single or doubi". Inquire 17":'. Twen
FOR SALE -- - Two- hair barlxr shop,
in Davenport. Iowa, dn-ng good bus
iness; ( aoii for selling, proprietor is
I'oing to leave city. Inquire at Moline
Lather Supply company's. Moline. II!.,
or call old 'phone East dlii-X.
FtR SALE A first class cafe and club;
good paying business, place well tit
led up and a good trade established;
all first ( lass trade only; sell oil ac
count of health. Answer at once.
Lock llox No. 17:!. f.alcsl.urg. 111.
TRIO LODGE, NO. 57. A. K. & A. M.
A Meets in stated communication
on the first Thursday of each
month. A. F. fasper. W. M. ;
William IS. I'ettit, secretary.
ROCK ISLAND LODGE NO. C'8, A. F. &
A. M. Ale.ts 111 stated communica
tion on first Fridav of each month.
II. A. f leveiistlne, W. M ; II S. lioll
ROCK ISLAND COCNC1L. NO. 20. R. &
S. M. Meets in stated communica
tion oil tin; third Wednesday of each
month. D. J. Sears. T. 1. M.; L C.
ROCK ISLANDCO.MMANDERY.NO. IS.
K. T. Meets in stated conclave on
the second Motidav of each month.
II A. .1. McDonald. I' f . : K f. III' 1
ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER. NO. 20'. O.
"tS,. S. Regular meeting second Wed
nesday 'f each month. Mary E. Kieis,
W. M"; Vashta ilollmati. secretary.
M ASONIC HOARD OF CONTROL H. D.
Mack, president: F. T. Myers, secre
tary. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
H. J. TOMER & CO ISrokers. Daven
port. Slocks, grain, provision, cot
ton. Private w 1 re to New Vork and
Chicago, offices, 103 Mam -street. Tel
UEOROE H. SI DWELL c fO. Com
mission merchants. Grain, hay and
firovlslons. Members of the Cub-ago
e.ard of trade and Chicago stock ex
change. Established 21 years. No.
f.42 and fc43 Rialto building. Long
distance 'phone Harrison 26C6.
ALGI'STANA COLLEGE Huslness de
partment. A thorough business train
ing given for entry into commercial
life. Terms reasonable. Apply at
VILLA DE CHANTAL A home achool
conducted for gi'ls by the Sillers of
ttie Visitation. Rudimentary and
higher branches and all Polite ac
complishments taught. Tweri'Utli
street arid Fifteenth avenue. Rock
AUDITOR AXD A f "COUNT A TIT.
C. A. MAST Public auditor and ac
countant. Davenport. Iowa.
AdmluUt rHlur'a oiler.
Estate of Carl RlletZ. deceased.
Th- undersigned having b'-enupp"
ed it'l m in in t ra 1 -r -Aitli I lo- wit! ui.r
of the estate of 'a r I lltietz. late ol
county of R'K-k Island, state ot lllir
deeeaned. hereby gives notice that
will appear before the county court of
Lock inland count V at the county court
room, in the city of Ro- k Iia-id. :i tio
January term, on the first Monday in
January next, at which lfr;ie nil j( rs :i -having
lUirn against r.i.il st.il arc
notiriat and reju.ied to attend for the
puiposo of luO u;k the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to s.iid estate ar
requested to make immediate payment
to the tmd'-rslgned.
Dated this 30ti day of October. A. It..
AdmiiiKtrtor with the will annexed.
RAILWAYS AMI STEAMERS.
CHICAGO. KiK'K ISLAND PAClFlv?
Railway Ttckets may be pun li.i'i'l
at the city ticket otllce.l SiV Second
avenue, or C.. R. 1. 'c V. tiev-ol. Fifth av
enue, foot of Tliirt v-first street. 'Photi-i
west 1 1!:?, west 1423. FRANK H.
1LI MMEK. C. P. A.
I East. I West.
"Golden State" ;d 7 :T0 am
-i il .2U pm
d 7.0:1 Dm
vl 9;5i) am
1 3:V1 an
falifornta Special" ,d 6:10 pm
Denver Limited & I
Omaha d 3:45 am
Ft. Worth. Denver
& Kansas City...-1 5:20 am
Minneapolis jd 6:10 an;
cago .... ........ -I 7 00 am
Omaha dl2:11 am
Colorado & Omaha. Jl - ' rni
Des Moines & Oma- I
ha i.ti;:3j am
Denver. Lincoln &
Omaha a 3:40am
Des Moines Exprea ' 1 :3i) pin !
d li . .ii) ii ; ;
St. Paul Ac Mimie- '
anolis a 3:40 am ii l:3il t'tu
Denver. Ft. Worth i
& Kansss Citv it 5:1 j am '10:40 ntu
Kansas Citv. St. j
Joe & California.. iai 1:10 pm i b:3;atn
Rock Island .( I !
Washington :al2:50pm'l 3:2". pm
Chicago & Dea ! j
Moines :d 1:30 pm 3:00 pm
Rock Island A j i
Urooklyn Aecom. ; :"' rm ' 7:10am
Omaha Ut 5 :io pm ic.oiai.i
Omaha & Des I
Moines jd 6:10 pm a '.: p:u
Cedar Rapids jit 1
Tlpton . . . . . J-iltVS" am d 4-Snrnj
Hock lolnnd Peoria lltllca.
Trains leave Twentieth street sti
tioti Main line trains st.'.rf fr;?ni ma 1:1
depot on Fifth avenue a minutes In ud
vance of time given
Peorii. Spring ttfid.
St. L. . lnd pis
Peoria & St. Louis.
Peoria. Ind'pl. On.
Pherrard Accom. ..
Cable & Sherrard
Cnhle & Siierrard .
:1 ' am 9 f.o pn
7:20 pm fc:G5 pia
1 S.I pm "11 :2r- am
:30 am l:4a am
:i:. aci S 41 pm
3 pm 2.20 pm
;. arrival: d. departure
pt S.ii'.la v.
CHICAGO. lil llLLNGTOX . QI'INCV
Depot. Second avenue and Twentieth
street. T le-.:.'ue. old west 6x0. new til7o.
F. A. RIDDELL. Agent.
St. Louis. Spring
l'eoria, Qulncy ..
Sterling. M( p.dota
and Chicago ....
St. Louis, Kansas
City. I cnver and
Pacitlc coast ....
Sterling and points
Intcrmeillr.te . . . . ,
La Crosb". St.
Paul Minn., and
Clinton, Dubuque ,
Clintoti and Inter
mediate points ..
Galesburg. v iln
I iea rd st o wn
I l.iv i Arrive
7 : J 5 am
2A 0 pm
s. stop at
CHICAGO. MlLWAl'KKE & ST. PALL
Railway !., H. I. & N. W. passenger
station at foot of Sc v n teen t h st rei t. S.
I!. STODDARD. Agent. 1 L. Hinti 'hs.
conimercial agent, 3i)3 Urady ttre t.
I a clip-irt.
St. Paul. Mil
Elgin and Chicago,
tS. W. Limited).
Citv C3. W. Lim
ited) Muscatine Wash
Elgin, Chicago . .
7 :'.d) am
S :40 arn
10 2-i pta
I t a n
10 25 pm
3:30 pm ! 11 :&o aia
3:41 pniill:4 1 urn
, daily except Sunday.
IOW A it ILLINOIS RAILWAY (1NTER-urbaul-
- Station. 117 Itrailv siret.
Davenport. Telephone. Central I'nlon,
North 740. Fare, one way. between
Davenport ::nil Clinton. 70 c( nfcs. Roim.l
trip. $1.20. Five hundred mile book.
1 1 : .1 " 41 m
2 :2.1 pm
4 : .". j p m
7:26 1 in
Davenport for Ret
tendorf. Nut tings,
MacArthurs. 'i ile
Works, Lo Claire,
I 'rliict'n, Wa !sih,
Cre k Road. Ca
S :2 urn
12 :0.'. p'-i
1 :2' pm
8 ::0 pm
h : 0 .1 p m
ti Z pm
8 .10 pm
1 0 :c.1 pm 1 1 :10 pm
11 :2o p. ill 12:2.1 lm
ELECTRO LT. MS.
dUI'KRr LDOl'H HAIR AND MOLES
permanent I v removed Willi the electi !
iieeillw without pain, treatment given
at the home, unlesi otherwise de
sired. Address Mlsa A. M. Klt
tredge. 2 Twenty-second atreoL
New 'phono 57111
1 11 MlltlKS.
iIociTislXn d si i;a.m lai ndkv
ll.iuersfeld 6; So (..ii. pi '.pi p.-lorn.
Fine linisli and qii'k service. Ibl4
Third avenue. 'Phone wi st 1223.
1 1 .1 in , 1- term, on t'.c 1 1 1 T Mo j.liv in
I ici crnta r ni xl at whnli line- a.l per
sons hivnis damn ..uaiusl said ("late
an- r.'i'ile 'l and 1 q m - -d to utti nd. for
lh" i.'irpo-c ol having t t.e .nne ad
justed. Ail persons iiiliiitcl lo said
"state are i qi-Ki-i 10 hoik- iriiiiieui
ite pavuiei.t to 11. uinl' !';.: ned
Dated Ihi" l'dh 1i.1v ol October. l'.'OI.
Ill Gil E. cTRTLS. Lx.i u'or.
Sale of Real Eatute.
I:y 11 rue of an onbr ;nd decree of
the t oniitv i o'jrt of I: -k liand mnity.
Illinois made on ll:- petition of the un
(b 1 -'lit ri '1. Eib-ri Mon l .om-r y, exicu
tox of the last will of Jwqpii II. Mont
gomery, iicei-a .eii. ior lea v to s-n (lie
real estate of f tl't ! ceased, at the -
t'lxr If rm, A D. l'ci.i. ol said court, to
wit. on li e llth (lay of October. 1 !'!.-. 1
shall, on tio; llth dav of Nov mbt-r
I'cxt. In f.vec;, the hours of 1 ' o'clock
in lh" forenoon ar.d 4 hi lo lt In thJ
aft( ri.oon of s-tid day. to-wit. ut 2 p.
rn. sharp, sell at public ul". n t the ;.orlu
door nl the court rum-", in 1 u'k liiiand.
in said county, th- r-ai ( sl,il- debt 11 bed
as follows, tij-wit:
The w( t forty Ml) feet 'if th south.
(ne iiumir'-d t ( n t y- ig n t (I2
feet. Of lot live (:, p, bl'x'k hUtV-f ilf
(ill in liie CI.i at.-o .r Low' r addition
to fiie city ,f Jto. k Dland. except th
foirth ! ' 1 1 11 re.-, r-.-ed for an al
ley; title f.. nmcc. aid pef feet ; s-jb-)''
I 0111V t' a murtt.i'; l y deceaserj In
favor of Ko k Ixiaud S-'avings I'.iM.
dated March 12, l'j). tor I7'n. ail of
wiifi is p-iid x' ( jd 4'.; In Rock I-i-ar.ij
cointv. I Jii re is. on the f'liowlng
ttrms. to-wit, can to be paid by th-
highest and beat bidder at the time ol
I'.if'-l this llth day of October, A.
M-irrv M. M 'C-krin, olU.ilur for p
Estate "f Henrv ' litis, 1 v 't
The i nii' ri- n: ned. having ) en ap
pointed ' "f 'he la't will and
t. slano nl or" lloirv Cur li. late 1 to-
couittv of Km k Inland siate of Iliinol--,
deci-ast-d. li'UliV givs relae that he
will appear b-fore the co.iniy eouit .r
Hock 1-1. in. I county, nl ho i"ii:lv cool I
loom in the 111 v of K"'k 1-1. mil. at Do-