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THE AH&TJS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1899.
Published Dally and Weekly at 1824 Second
Avenue. Rock Island. HL Entered at the
PostofBce as Second -class matter.
IX THE MME Or J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dai'.y. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
li.00 per annum: In advance (1.50.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
have real name attacked for publication. No
such article will be printed over fictitious sig
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In IOck Island county.
Wkdxksoav, September 20.
United States Senator Hans
kuocgh. of North Dakota, acquired
his education in a newspaper oliice.
The condition "in principle" shou
have directed the course of justice
the military trial of Dreyfus, an
thus saved t ranee the isnoiiiv fro
which she is now trying to free her
Ji stk e was tardy in France in the
Drevfus case and needed the prodding
of foreijrn powers before eventually
triumphing. It is a source of satis
faction that in this case the blind
goddess linally saw.
The bennest of 1.000. which wa
left to the city of Uoston by IJenjauiin
Franklin in "lT'Jl, has now grown to
f 100,000. and n to be expended, uae
half of it will lie dented to the fur
theram-o of Mayor uincy's public
Oath ana gymnasium scnenies.
Aiimika I. Howell, at present head
of the naval examining board, is to be
next commandant of t lie Norfolk navv
yard, to succeed Admiral Farijuhar
upon his transfer to the command of
the rorth Atlantic squadron, capi
IVixtcr is to take the presidency of
the examining board.
One of the lirst things Mark Hanna
did on his return from hobnobbing
with European aristocracy and roy
alty was to proceed to appropriate the
ll ig" f the United Stales in behalf
of imiiearialism. Says Mark: "We
cordially invite our democratic-popu
listic brethren to meet us on this
question. I know the American peo
pie well enough to say that they will
be Gloath to cast a vote against the
Hag. And so "old glory" is to be
waved bv the llannaites as the cm
blem of imperialism aod trusts! The
people of the United States will, how
ever, demonstrate their capability of
discernment between the Hair as an
emblem of freedom and justice aud as
ivnjustly and inconsistently waving
over tyranny and oppression.
Otis 1'friecolM a Itoy.
Gov. Jsusunell. ot tilno. has baen
appealed to in a case of military per
sedition that for cruelty is akin to
the fate of Dreyfus. The victim is a
mere boy, who left home anil loved
ones to defend the eountrv's llai; in
a foreign clime. lie now languishes.
dishonored and disgraced, in the
doom of a prison of war in a far
distant and foreign land, because he
chauced to technically and uninten
tionally otTend en. litis.
The prisoner who thus- seeks re
dress through the sovereign power of
his native state is Lawrence iloon. of
lielle Center, I.ogau county, Ohio
When yet scarce of age, voung Hoon
the son of a respectable citizen of
itelle enter, enlisted in the armv at
the lirst call for troops in the Fhilijv-
pincs. It was no longing for adveu
lure nor hope of jweuniary gain that
he donned the blue aud journeyed
a. 000 miles to do battle with a for-
tii-rn foe. It was love of the tlajr that
caused him to inarch away to disease
death and carnaire. His reward was a
dishonorable discharge from the armv
and imprisonment one long year in a
bastile. where his daily companions
are criminals of t!ie most depraved
A few days ago, through a private
communication from Manila, it was
learned that Hoon was confined in
liillibid military prison at that place.
From bis father. L. il. Hoon. who is
dying of consumption, the pathetic
details of the case have been obtained.
It was ascertained from him that he
had received almost maddening letters
from his son praying for assistance,
and that in his desperation the strick-
, o u" n ft- t
really excels it Is beer for r
connoisseurs those who know, t
Its flavor Is smooth and mature. T.
The most luxuriant growths
of Bohemian bops and choicest
barley contribute to its quality.
It Is worthy of your table.
Brewed and bottled in St. Louis
by The American Brewing Co.
FERP. RODDEWIG'S SONS.
Wholesale De alers, Davenport, la
en father had appealed to Gov. Bush
' It finnpnru thfin vnunrr Ilnon. hear
ing that there was to be an opponu
nity for promotion to a lieutenant s
commission, addressed a letter to
Gen. Otis requesting an opportunity
to pass an examination. It happens
that there is a provision prohibiting a
private soldier from addressing any
communication to his commander in
chief without first securing permis
sion to do so from an intermediate
ollicer. The bov from Ohio was ia
utter ignorance" of this prohibition
but Gen. Otis caused him to be ar
rested and thrown into jail.
He directed that he lie tried and un
der his supervision the bov was con
victed, dishonorably discharged and
sentenced to a term cf one year in
Bilibid prison, where he is now incar
cerated. The prisoner managed sur
reptitiously to get a letter to his
father, smuggled into the mails by a
svmpathiziiisr comrade. In this and
another letter, which was similarly
placed in the mails for his father, the
voung prisoner tells of some of the
outrages perpetrated at Manila.
The first letter received by the fath
er from the son is as follows:
"Manila, I I., Autr. 7, Mv
Dear Father: It is a painful tak .
am now endeavoring to perform
not for mvself. but the thought of
causing you pain. In your condition
it is madness, but I cannot for the
world refrain from telling you the
crisis of my life and the death of fond
hopes. 1 came here as patriotic a
soldier as ever donned the blue, am
bitious and enthusiastic. An order
came for the promotion of one from
each regiment. I, like the moth,
longed for the star that was my doom
and forwarded a letter to (Jen. Otis
asking to lie granted an examination
His secretary returned it and I was
arrested, the lirst time of mv life, as
you know, charged with addressing a
superior ollicer without consent of
"I did not know it was a crime and
not 00 of in y regiment knew it. Mv
captiain told me 1 would be lined $10
or ?J0. But I was one whom they
made a warning of to others. Bv a
court of six ollicers 1 was dishouor
ably discharged and sentenced to one
year in Bilibid military prison. One
year for an act I knew not was wrong
No one had a better record than 1 for
faithfulness. Sever tasted wine or
misled a call. And, oh, that discharge!
I left a good home, God bless it, good
prospects for a future, you an invalid
and needing my help, came over 8,000
miles to serve my country in burning
sun and blindinir rain, and, GoJ, to
wbatjin end! Bat in the eves of my
angel mother, whose love we cherish
I know I am as ruiltless of criminal
intention as 1 was at birth.
'I faced the bullets and even felt
the sting of a Mauser without a mur
mur. and worse, my health has been
sacrificed in time of 'duty. And then
confined three months without trial;
sentenced to one long, dreary year
theif thrown upon a scornful world in
disgrace, a physical wreck and a dis
honor to the ilag I fought to shield.
J hey even retained live months of my
hard earned pittance, . I am con
fined with all classes, the coarsest
brutes. I never was used to it and it
galls me sorely. Mv lesson is very
severe and lb months of my life
blank. A starved intellect, you on
vour deathbed; I, scourged bvthelash
of an instant's folly. I am unable to be
with vou. I would ten thousand times
rather serve my time in innocence
than to have my lilierty and a guilty
soul. 'When the wheel of fortune is
lowest it then begins slowly to rise
This is my only hope. Were Iacrim
inal I would never face you again.
cannot for my life tell of what avail
it is to keep me here. I can no longer
be a soldier, but their will is law and
I hope God will spare us till we meet
again. Got! keep and bless vou, my
Iovinr father, trom vour only son,
Company K, 4th United States Vol
(Joy. Bushnell said of the fate of
voungljoon: "Itisoneof thegreat-
est outrages that could have been per
petrated, even through the indirect
agency of the government, against a
patriotic son of the nation who has
volunteered his manhood and the sac
rifice of his life for his country's Ilag
lalkof the Drevfus infamy! . W hv, I
would like to know if this is not just
as bail, it is a stain upon the fair
name of this country that will never
be eiTaced. The best the president
can now do is to release the young,
innocent prisoner and restore him
to the roll of honor in the army.
But, even then, the boy's heart
has lieen broken, the lire of his
patriotism quenched. Theie is enough
of horror by necessity in this strange
war without a tyrannical commander
in chief of our sons subjecting them
to the tortures of hell in order that
his vanity may hare full sway. I
hope that President McKinlev will not
delay a day or an hour in giving the
poor Ohio bov proper relief and re
Tor Over Fifty m"
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrnp has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy lor diarrhoea. -S
cents a bottle.
As usually treated a sprain will dis
able the injured person foi three or
four weeks, but if Cbamoerlam s 1 ain
Balm is freely applied a complete cure
may be effected in a very few days.
Pain Balm also cures rheumatism.
cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by
TM Izi Yoa Pars Hirers Bxt
TELL ABOUT IT.
A Rock Island Citizen Is Pleased to do It
for the lirneflt of Others.
When you know a good thing, tell
It will not lessen its goodness.
But will do good to others.
There's more misery just like it.
There are lots of lame backs in Rock
I'.'s a busy place and backs are used.
There's urinary trouble to a large
Colds effect the kidneys.
The kidneys are the same, not the
Keep tbeni in shape and life is life.
Doan's Kidney Pills do perfect work.
Are for kidneys only.
Kock Island people testify to their
Here's a case of it: Isaac Shif
fer, of b2'J Fifteenth street, employed
at the Moline Gas works, says:
"There was a dull heavy pain in the
small of my back continually, and
after stooping it was all I could do to
straighten again. There was always
too frequent action of the kidney se
cretions, which was very annoying,
especially through the day. I saw
Doan's Kidney Pills advertised in our
paper, and I procured a box from
Marshall & Fisher's drug store. After
a short treatment the duil, achiDg
pains left me, my back felt stronger,
and the kidney secretions were re
stored to their" normal condition. I
know of others who had a similar sat
isfactory experience with Doan's Kid
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by
all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by
Fcster-Milburn company, Buffalo, K.
Y.. sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
The healing properties of Banner
Salve are truly marvelous. It is a
thorodgh antiseptic and heals all
wounds, cuts and burns without leav
ing a scar.
Arnold's Bronio Celery cares head
aches; 10, 25 and 60 cent. Reiss'
UOCXD-A POINTF.R ITP. OWNER CAN
V nave same by-calling at K. 1. & P. round-Douse.
ITOR SALR OR KENT A 2i ACRE FARM
Av me n,i:e irom Coal Valley. Inquire of
TOST OH MISPI.CFI-SOME TIME prR
A iimthe mouth .if May- 22-ealibre rifle.
Kinder return to this oince and receive reward.
I- OST-A l'OCKETHOOK BETWEEN
-i rmirin nveiiue aLil Nineteenth tre-i
ad MeC'Hba r stie. Kinder return tu tis
illlce a-.d receive ren anV
T 03T ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
-1 J b. tween F;j;Lt-and-a-balf and Ninth ave
nues. a pair of trulii spectacles. Finder wiil
plea.se return to Tub Allocs oOlce.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MOHT
?ae loa'sby W. II Kaaimitn. l'l'i Sec
ond avenue, wfhout p!ti!ity or removal. Me
also nidUert coileetiont, hrd ot:es a specialty.
TOST A POCKETHCOK CONTAINING
A cash, lift ween Kock Island depot and
Twenly-Iourlh street Sunday niizht Kinder
return to --tl:! Fifth avenue and receive re
ward. Iost while nin vinu between da v
J cnp''t antl Moiine. a jady's vhalclaine
pure. eutruiniuir ui joey, jewelry and a irold
tbiiubl. A 1 beral reward will be pail fur the
return of the same to C. Lindorll. hohr.)eck's
Cmts store, Alulise.
JALMISTRY THELMA. THE Eli Yl'TI AN
palmist, is here hy special request, antl
can be consulted confidentially on nil subjects
of life, business or love atlairs. 1'almistry is a
science bv which the past, present and toture
in be toid. Satisfaction guaranteed. Keed
inns J5e and ;:p. i'arlors ti3? Seventeenth
MRS. BES ANT. LOCATED AT Hi MAIN
street. Uavcnport. calls you by your
fjilname. tells e erythinit you want toknow.
jrlves your mother's maiden name. tll3 what
you e..iled lor. No morey taken un.ess satis
tied, dive full nime.of your frteocs. enemies,
relatives, or any name. Tells your past, r tesent
lile. yourca'ire fxti re. and tuvw to bes".cces
ful I . pit business. Ihw.Ioi e affairs. rorri cantl
everything. Will a's tell how to control and
fascinate the one you love, or any one you ad
mire, know or meet, and ham to ht e your
want and wisheti satisti-d. how to live con
tented and baopy the rest of your life. u:i"l be
lucky and fortunate: bow to ontaln ' he money
you want and what you are best adapted for.
ar d bow to overcome all trouble. All told
w it h ut askinif a siotle question. Mrs. Beant s
predictions are uhvajs correct. aLd never fail
to come true, as thousand of n-opi in ever"
land can testify. Special terns to callers this
weekrnly. All busine;sand transact ins strict
ly c cMdential I'arlors no artantr d you will
meet no -ne if so d-ired CoTis j t t ions
strioil f ri.ate. Free. free. fr e. valuable i i
formation you ouj-'ht to know concerning the
affair of bfe Permanent uddress and R1c
I'm Michigan avenue. Chicago. 111. Now at 412
Main street. Davenport. Iowa.
on the face, eczema, tetter, freckles,
blarkbeailK. ring worm, blotches, aud all
skin disorders can be cured wilh
Price SO Cents a Box.
nSSKELL'S BLCCD ARD LIVER PILLS
I'nrlfy the blood and tone the system.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
JOHNSTON. HOLLQWAT CO.. Philadelphia.
WANTED-A tiOOO SHIRT MACHINE
T T operator at the (Jem launry.
WANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROCMS
and board at 2228 Fourth avenue.
ANTFD A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework at Ilia iourth av-
GIRL FOR GENERAL
Apply at 714 Twenty-ninth
ANTED A GOOD WOMAV FOR GEN-
eral houework at 1-3 becond avenue.
ANTED A COOK OR KITCHEN GIRL
at Joseph RosenBela s. ltrjs 1 ni'd ave-
W ANTE A BOY NOT UNDER FIFTEEN
or 14 years of ago at the Em-tl
WTANTED AT THE HOME 0 DR. AND
Mrs. W. F. Mauil!. 715 Twentieth street,
l-'irl for genera', housework.
WANTED A GENTLEMAN BOARDER,
privaie family, central locatiou. Ad
dress -A li CY" Akhcs oftlse.
WANTED PtTPILS WISHINU TO TAKE
private lessons In dancing can Co so by
enquiring at 2710 Fifth avenue. Jones.
WA NTED GOOD RFXJA BLEOILSALES
man. on commission orsala'y. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
VANTED-TO RENT A COTTAGE OF
If Ave rr six rooms. S'ae location and
terms. Address room 3. Mitchell & Lynde
W ANTED TWOMEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
positions, fiy Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween a and 6 p.m.
W ANTFD EMPLOYMENT BY YOUNG
man 18 years of axe to worlt in facu ry
or store: eood references given if required.
Address - J. IV Allots.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurarrce: one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make it
profitable. Address "E M.." A bgcs.
V"ANTED LADY AS HOUSEKEEPER:
must De neat and fond of children.
Good home to rit'bt p'rty Louis Guldenzopf,
l.iKi'lhi'd avenue or Aiken and Ninth streets.
South Rock Islaud.
WJ NTED HONEST MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for lanre bouse. Salary ti5
monthly and expenses with increase. Position
permHuent. Enclose self -addressed stamped
envelope. Secretary, 3u0 Caxton building.
T ANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell our incandescent trasoline lamps.
Each burner produces lUO-eandle Dow er litibt:
a 1 stores want them: -jrood inducements to re
li (bie salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, tcansbeld. Ohio.
ITT A NTED GOOD SOLICITORS TN ROCK
T V inland to take orders for the celebrated
Sieger sewing machine. A No. 1 contract
given to right parties. Call on or address the
Singer Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
street, Davenport, Iowa.
WASTED- WOMEN TO BIND DRESS
H shields at home. Steady work: d stance
no tisdv-tntage ask your dealer to show you
Kora Shields. Kor shields snao on waist
without sewing. Send lo onus for cataloru
of work The Kora Shield company. 5J5
Broome street. New Yirk.
WANTEP SOLICITOUS FOK ACC'IOF.NT
and sick benefit insurance Good mon
ey for rrial live active so ieltors. Mut have
some sciicitois lu i-pe-ik the German and
Swedish iunituaes Call at ,uii Brady street
Dave port, after 6:. p. m . or addre.s Insur
ance atrent, &urne address.
TT' ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
i! monds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
pa'd for second band goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half tu usual
storebrices. All business transaction strictly
confident! 4L His new number and location.
biM Second avenue. Don t forget it- J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
OR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
Don s store, 161 Second avenue.
IftOR RENT UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN
" quire at 2iT'i Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT LARGE DOWN STAIRS
front room, first house back of the Union
mOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
r can be ued for lit'ht houekeepi; g if de-
sireu. ipiiy ui r.it'Dtfl avenue.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for gentlemen, at reasonable
prices. Inquire at lblo Third avenue.
IV-OR RENT FIRST FLOOR OF TWO
- story house, consisting of five rooms.
Kent M. Inquire at 1 1 1U Third avenue.
COR RENT A 7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE.
furnished, for six months. Best central
location. Atply Immediately to 919 Second
avenue. Call mornings. References required.
TJIOR RENT AT !9 SECOND AVENUE
A.' large rooms, well furnished: gas, bath.
steam beat. A lirsi-class h' me tat) e Best
location in the city. Corner Thirteenth street
and Second avenue.
TTIOR RENT TH1EE FURNISHED ROOMS
X; for litrht housekeeping, on ground Ooor.
New house and new fu-nishinps. i.ast co ta;re
between Fifth aid fixth avenues .on Tenth
street. Inquire evenings.
K'OR RENT A NINE-ROOM HOUSE ON
A Seventeenth street and Twelfth avenue.
All modern improvements. Would rent to
two smail families if de-md Inquire of J. U-
oeecuer, vim aerent. entn street.
OR RENT 3 ROOM FLAT, FURNISHED
or unfurnished, fcr light housekeeping
Hot water, neat and all rrodern conveniences.
Residence location. Parties must be respon
sible. Apply ""J Seventh avenue.
TfOR RENT A FIVE ACRE FRUIT AND
-a- truck larm. t ,ood hou-e. barn and water.
Located two and one-half rnls fom Rock
island ana two blocks from Kuan ca- line.
A. ply immediately to Theodore Holdorf. South
ITIOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS POOL TABIE
with cue rack, etc.: a bargain. Apply at
;nuu ruin avenue, icock island
BUFFET LIBRARY GARS
Best Dining: Car Service.
XilOK SALE A NEW SEVEN K OM MOD-
ern house, convenient aod quite c-ntra!ly
located. Apply immed ateiy at Jll Twelfth
TT'OR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
A. AU kinds of fruit: good buildings; near
wn. a Dancaiu tor some one II taken soon.
ivoruon & uowmu.
tTOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRK
farm pi par twn T,, . mA
sold cheap to settle an estate. Here Is a bmr-
mn clmji igr vau. AO VMA. UOrdOn A
T7V?R SAIE COAL IN ANY QUANT.-""'
-I- of 50 bushels or over at t SO per ton, de
lvered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commercial bouse barbershop, Kock
bland, or Laos James, Milan.
FOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
with about 5u daerent Uides. suitab-e for
fining legal blanks or any description of papers
lr. flat form to be kept ia bape for writing.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just the
thing for any oQice with '.ontractn. etc., to
Hie. Address H. E- C care ui Tas Aaecg.
i-'OS SALE ANY ONE WISHING TO
embark in a good paying business can do
so by investing in househeld furniture snd
keeping roomers. Caa bu tbe fumlsfcingn acd
rent the bouse In running order. Central loca
tion and all mod rn convenience. Address
jk. 6u ' Allocs odce.
Special Business Mention
The following firms are recommended to readers ot The Ar
gus as prepared to serve patrons to the best possible
advantage, and worthy of business confidence:
Suits made to
Cleaning and re
done at lowest
Kot made by trust.
Black Joe Cream
It In the creamiest of all
L. K. West. Gum Co.
-11 a speciality.
Slat iont-ry and
611 Seventeenth St.
Rocn Island. 111.
licited. Car lo's a
specialty. Flor da
and California fruits
S. A. MAGER
Seoond are. and
ACADEMY OF THE
conducted by the
sisters of the isi
avenue. Rock Is
land. The Acad
tbe new academy
will be opened
Monday Sept. 1H.
MU3IC. ART. EL
and the languages.
F. A I.E1TI1NEK.
E. F. SCim.I.lNGEH.
F. A. Leithner & Co.
1" A NTATO RI CM .
We will clean and press
your clothes for only $1 per
month. All work guaran
teed. Clothes called for and
C1G Seventeenth St.
Roclt Island, 111.
Hull & Co.
Mitchell &. Lynde
:0J5. Fourth Ave.
tieth St. and
We giYe the
for the least
SCRAP I ICON,
AMI ALL KINDS
Hides, wool &Tal
low. Highest price
paid whether in
small or large
or cur load lots.
Kock Island, 111.
2100 Fifth are.
Tne next session
7th, IX. Philo
For terms and full
to REV. J. T. A.
E. F. Stroehle
Chicago papers de
livered and oiders
taken for all peri
odicals. Pl Third avenue.
then go to
Ask your Gro
cer for it and get
a Cook Book free.
117 East Seven
First class work.
Buy and Sell.
H. S. RACHMAN
in town to
1C05 Second avenue.
Rock Island. 111.
property and lots
for sale in tbe
E. J. Burns.
Real estate and
cy. Room 1:1,
Mitchell & Lynde
Oradaate 1881 of
Eleven Years in
DK. J. It. COZINE,
Office and residence
over David Don's
store, lfil5 -'nd; Ave.
Kock Island, 11L
Chicago papers de
livered. 327 Twentieth
A complete line
of new and 2d
At the lowest prices.
tSS Second Are.
24th St. and
3rd Ave. Rock
If you Intend do
Ibg any building call
Shop and residence
at No. 1234 Thirty
eighth meet, Kock
Great cases of new
and secoud hand
school books and
school supplies ar
rived last week.
This makes our line
complete, and we
are ready to supply
you with the best
line and at bottom
prices liring your
second hand books.
We wiil tike them
Go to Walker's
for anything in
the school line.
Second - Street,
IV J, fl. Ligut,
"Welimer" nieth cs
of Nevada. Mo. is
now in theci'y.ston
pingat :is Sixteenth
stieet. Kock Island.
111. I givespeolalst
teoliou to treatlug
rhronie d setses
where medicine tas
tailed. Call ard see
Free. It member 1
give no medicine
July 24 ltVH. I have
so years and whs af
flicted wi'h rheuma
tism for two years.
J H. Light g ive me
six Magnetic and
M ssage H a" In gu.
and now I am well. I
mend him to any one
where medicine has
no elTeet. Oive him
oce trial at least.
I J.FORNEY, M.D.
F J. Steele, Pro
1709 Second av.,
robe cleaned and
pres-ed for SI per
month. Workoa' ed
for and delivered.
your wife's life
bill by using
m'frd. by Penn
Oil & Supply Co.
For sale by all
Rock Island Electric Co.
Complete line of electrical
supplies. Lawn mowers
sharpened, and general re
pair work of all kinds giv
en prompt attention.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
119 Eigiiteentii Street.
2518 Fifth Avenue.
M. T. Free
es, clocks, and
keepers. Artistic jewel
ry making and
done. All work
20th St.. E side
for Furoaee Cse.
served mt noon,
Lunch from 4:30 to
praised beef with
and hot cakes lftc.
John E. Jaynes,
Short order house
open day or uignt.
1K07 Second Ave.
Manipulator a new Invention.
230 Bridge Avenue,
Choice bard and
soft coal and coke,
lime, cement and
building material In
retail. Rock Island.
Rock Island. 111.
in public schools.
I'rivate studio la Y.
M. C. A. building.
Office hours. 4 to 8
and 7 to p. m. and
all day Saturdays.
e.11 Thirty eighth st.
O. I. DORAX.
CROWN & HRIDGE
work a specially
J. P Williamson
New and sec
1511 Second A v.
B. F. KNOX,
412 Twentieth St.
40."i llrady 8teet,
322 Twentieth St.
Rock Island. Tele
Estimates on any
Comple'e stock of
and electric fixtures.
are prepared to
do binding, bunch
ing acd sharing.
Also heavy or
Crop forging a
W. T. tfagUI,
Office in Masonic
H im io I2 '0 a. m.
1:30 to 4.3U p. in.
Complete line of
At Fourth Ave
nue Shoe Store.