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THE ABGUSi MONUAT. XOTEMBER 12. 1900.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1604 Second
Aveaue, Rock Island. HI. Entered at tbe
Postoffice as Second-class matter.
IN THE NAME OP J. VT. POTTER.
TERMS Daily. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
1.00 per annum in advance.
AH communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religion, must
have real name attached for publication. No
auck article will be printed over fictitious nig
nature. Correspondence solicited from every town
ship ia Rock Island county.
Moxdat, November 12.
" It is said that President McKinley
will be reinaugurated in royal style.
This is proper.
Next to a winner the people like a
pane loser, who will "if them no ifs
and but them no bats11.
Thk democratic party is great
enough and able enough to right itself
without any assistance irom its ene
As a result of tbe election the Ken
tucky refugee and pretender, Taylor
may be able to remain in Indiana, but
be cannot so back into his own state
without retting his deserts.
Til kick ia some significance in th
fact that Gov. Gen. MacArthur's re
port of the actual conditions in tb
Philippines was not given out until a
convenient time alter tne election.
Ckokku's Ve are defeated, but not
discouraged," deserves to go down
the dim vista of time hind in hand
with Sullivan's "I am glad an Ameri
can won. St. Louis Kepubhc.
Ii is now in order for the national
administration to return the corapli
nient and congratulate Lord Salis
bury on the success of the British
eovernment's campaign in South
Hon. Samlel Als iillei: is likely
to be the democratic candidate for
United States senator before the next
legislature. Sam deserves any honor
that the party can give him. even
it is merely the honor.
En;i.ant is said to have t'en
startled over Lord Salisbury's felici
tous remarks over the succcsb of th
republican party. It cannot be said
that there is any degree of amazement
in this country over the circumstance
The Hanna presidential boom for
1904 has begun. The Cleveland re
publican league has taken the initia
tory action. Hereafter all the efforts
of tbe administration will be devoted
to the attainment of this end. Won
der how Teddy will like this for
A was expected. President Mc
Kinley, notwithstanding that through
out the campaign it was insisted that
prosperity ami money were the issues
from the republican standpoint, takes
the outcome of the election as an
indorsement of his colonial policy.
Surprise was frequently expresses
during the recent campaign over Gov
Roosevelt's suppression of Mayor Van
Wyck's answer to the charges tiled
against him. This dispatch is said to
have lieea sent by the chairman of the
New lork stale republican campaign
committee, republican candidate for
governor, t uov. iioosevelt:
Sept. 2(1. 1900. To Theodore Hoose
velt, governor of New York, Cripple
Creek, Col : Wire Attorney-General
Davits to be sure not to give out tothe
reporters theanvck answer at
this time; it must be held until after
the election is over. This would im
peril our chr.nces and get us into i
useless wrangle. I have also wired
Davies. H B. Unti l..
Mr. Odell, in an interview, does not
deny sending the dispatch. He con
tents himself with saving what if he
did send it? It will be said that
Mayor Van Wyck should have given
out bis answer himself. Mr. Koose
velt and Mr. Odell were safe in as
suming that Mayor Van Wyck would
take no such risk in the middle of a
One of the most danger
ous and repulsive
forms of Kidney
Pills are the only
certain cure. In Dropsy
the Kidneys are actually
damtmd up, and the water.
which should be expelled in the
form of urine, flows back and
lodges in the cells of the flesh
and puffs ont the skin. Remove
the filth which plups up the
drain. Restore the Kidneys to
health. Thero is only ene Kidney
campaign. Had he done so Got.
Roosevelt would have made a Hying
trip to the state and summarily re
moved Mayor Van Wyck, as he has
the power to do. This is the
Russian system of government in
troduced into the United States
by the republican party. Centraliza
tion is the essence of despotism. The
czar's agents throughout Russia have
as absolute power over local govern
meat as tbe czar himself over his cab
The reason Mr. Odell wanted Van
Wyck's answer suppressed until after
the election is notorious. Many re
publican politicians are stockholders
in the ice trust and Mayor Van yckT
rerlv crave the list of them.
When the governor of a state may
remove mayors at will, without ap
peal or redress, local self-government
as the Chicago Chronicle wisely says
cannot be said to exist.
ELECTION AND TRITST3.
William J. Lee, of Trenton. N. J
has given the republicans of Trento
a jar by offering through the advertis
ing columns of a local paper to sel
his house for $ 1,000 less than it cos
and to throw in a lot 132 feet wide
This sale, he eays, is compelled
through the loss of the position there
with the New Jersey Steel and Iron
company which he held for more than
Lee says he was forced out of his
job by the organization of the Ameri
can Bridge company, a trust of which
the rew Jersey steel company is
member. Lee also says that there are
20 other estimators who will lose their
jobs through the action of the trust
Lee's advertisement is an odd piece of
literature and is beaded "Lee's Tale of
Woe." He says it is because of th
outcome of the ejection that the trust
Nov. 9 E. W. Hurst et al to An
drew P. Anderson, lot 5, block 2. sec
ond Fairmount add.. Moline, $275.
Peter Obcrg to R. I. & P. Railway
company, lot 1, Water block 2, Chi
caso or Lower add., Rock Island
Fred K. Schroeder to Rock Island &
Peoria Railway company, lot 3, Water
block 2, Chicago or Lower add.. Rock
John Apple to Rock Island & Peoria
Railway company, lots 4. 5 ana b
Water block 2. Chicago or Lower add
Rock Island, $4,750.
Modest Van Daele to Rock Inland
Brewinsr company, w! lot 10. block 3
Pitts. Gilbert & Pitts' second add
William H. Schmidt to Rock Island
Brewing company, part lot 3, block 2
Pitts, Gilbert & Pitts' add., Moline
Alfred F. Ekstrom to W. M. Speng
Icr, part outlot 10, ait x alker
second add., Reynolds, $500.
Joseph Dalky takos the opportunity
afforded by his will of insulting his
son-in-law in terms which doubtless
had a pungency onco, but which are
hardly comprehensible to the modern
reader: "I give to my daughter. Ann
Spencer, a guinea for a ring or any
other bauble she may like better; I give
to the lout, her husband, one penny to
buy liini a lnrU whistle, and this legacy
I give him as a marie of my apprecia
tion of his prowess ond nice honor In
drawing his sword on mc (at my own
table), nakrxl and unarmed ns I was
and be well fortified with custard."
A grewsome legaey ia that of Fhilip
Tbicknepse: "I leave my right hand, to
be cut off after my death, to my son
and I desire it may be sent to him In
hopes that such a sight may remind
him of his duty to God after having so
long abandoned tbe duty be owed to
father who once affectionately loved
Another father seems apparently to
have begun his will with the determi
nation of punishing an unruly son, but
as the fairy stories say, nil ends hap
pily. We refer to the will of Richard
Crawshny, the founder of the famous
Welsh ironworks. It runs thus: "To
my only son, who never w nld follow
my advice and has ti. :.o rudely
in very many instances. Instead of
making him my executor and residuary
legatee (ns till this day ho was) I give
him 100.000." Chambers' Journal.
A younc man whose battered suit
case was red and pink and yellow with
the labels of European hotels boarded
a street car anl sa!l to the conductor
I go six blocks. How much''"
"Oh. only a nickel:' the conductor
answered. But the vouns: man hand
cd over 13 cents, saying. "Bur yourself
a glass of beer and a cigar on me."
The conductor gave thanks for the
tip and added, "Just back from En
rope, bey? And to his interrogation
the young man nodded assent.
Out on the back platform afterward
the conductor descriled the episode to
a couple of passengers. "lie asked me
what the fare was for six blocks." be
said, "and then he gave me a tip. It
was a case of fake absentmiudedness.
He has just returned from Europe.
where you pay by the distance on the
Ftreet cars and where you tip the con
dnctors. and he pretended to forget he
wasn't in Europe still.
'He thought I'd question him about
his strange conduct, and I would have,
too. If the trick wasn't an old one to
me. Here and In New York, especially
In New York, you are constantly run
ning up against ieople who forget anJ
work European customs on you. They
1o It so you'll know they have been
abroad." Philadelphia Record.
Stops tb Cough and Works Off th Cold
laxative Brorno Quinine Tablets
ure a cold in one day. No cure, no
pay. If ice 2oc. '
fcT JAMES WHITCHHB R I LET .
Home-Folks' Well that-air name, to me,
Sounds jis the same as poetry
That is. et poetry is Ls
As sweet as I've team tell it l:
Honie-Folks they're jis the same as kin
All brung up the same as we have b'.a.
Without no overpowerin' sense
Of their uncommon consequence:
They've bin to school, but not to git
The habit fastened on em ya
So as to ever interfere
With other work' at s waUIn" here:
Home-Folks has crops to plant and plow,
Er lives in town and keeps a co w:
Hut whether country-jakes er town
They know when eggs is up er down'
La' can't you spot'em when you meet
"Em anywnere in field or street?
And can't you see th-ir faces, bright
As circus-day, heave into sight?
And can't you hear their "Howdy :" cier
As a brook's chuckle to the ear.
And alius lind their lauehin' eyes
As fresh and ctear as morning skies?
And can't you when they've gone away
Jis feel 'em sbakln hands, all day?
And feel. too. you ve been hiKher raised
By slca a meetin'? Uod be praised:
Oh. Home-Folks: ycu'r the best of all
At ranees this terestchul ball.
Hut north er south, er east er west.
It s home is wnere you re at your best
It's tome it's home your faces shine,
In-nunder your own tin and vine
Your fambly and your neighbors 'bout
Ye. and the latcbstring hangin' out
Home Folks at home. I know o one
Old feller now at ham t cot cone.
c lovlte him be may hold back some
l Hut you invite him, and he U come.
Home-Folks forms the introduction
to Mr. Riley's new book of poems, en
titled "Home-Fclks," published by
The Bowen-Merrill company, Indian
apolis, U. S A. The poem is here
printed by permission of the publish
ers, and is fully protected by copy
right. The British Medical Institute
Han Been a Success from tbe Start
Office at I70O Third Avenue Is
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical
Institute have at the earnest solicita
tion of a large number of patients un
der their treatment in this country,
established a permanent branch of
the Institutein this city at 1700 Third
avenue, over Tremann's meat market.
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely
free for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all invalids who call upon
them for treatment between now and
No. 20. These services consist not
only of consultation, examination and
advice, but also of all minor surgical
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick atid afflicted.
and under no condition whatever will
any chaace be made for any services
rendered for three months to all who
call before Nov. 20.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee
a cure in every case they undertake.
At the first interview a thorough ex
amination is made, and if incurable,
you are frankly and kindly told so;
also advised against spending your
money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, cancer, with
out pain or cutting, rupture, all skin
diseases, and all diseases of the rec
tum are positively cured by their new
Dr. T. O. Felts, the chief consult
ing surgeon of the institute, assisted
by one or more of his staff associates,
is in personal charge.
Ulhce hours from a a. m. till o p.
m. No Sunday hour?.
Special Notice If you cannot call,
send stamp for question blank for
Today take Foley's Honev and Tar.
It positively prevents pneumonia, or
other seiious res-jlts. It may be too
late tomorrow. For sale by all drug
Tha Kxd zn Harc Always Bought
What is Your Best
A 5C CIGAR
Was asked J. P. SEX
TON of J. P. Sexton
Co., 181 Second ave
nue, the other day.
Was the reply. "How
do you acount for
that," was asked. Bc
"The New York
la the best seed and
Havana 5c cigar we
have been able to find
JIT TRY f'NE ANl EK CONVINCED
WANTED MALE HELP.
AXTF1-A ROY AT E.
WANTED FIRST CLASS MAX COOK
at St. Julias restaurant. 3110 Fifth
WANTED GOODJtELI ABLE OIL SALES
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
soliciters for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. 5s Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween & and 6 p.m.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TOSELL
our Incandescent gasoline lamps. Each
burner produces loo-candle power light: ail
stores want them: good inducement to relia
ble salesman. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, Mansfield. Ohio.
WANTED OLD ESTABLISHED MER
cantUe house. extending busine s in this
section, wants to arrange with capable man of
correct habits to manage branch. Salary
l.rJ yeaily. Extra commissions. Must fur
nish tsOO and satisfactory references. Oppor
tunity, drawer 74. New Liaven, Conn.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
ANTED-flIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AT
1JU3 Second avenue.
ANTF.i COMPETENT NURSE GIHL
at Wi. Twenty-first street.
ANTED GIHL FOR GENER AL HOUSE-
woru at m2 Fourth avenue.
V ANTED COMPETENT GIRL FO GEN-
era' boueworu. liood waes. Mrs. J.
II. Morrison, tuy Tw enty-second street.
WANTED WASHING AND IONING
to do at home, at iui Ninth street.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Inaulre at 413
WANTED-POSITION BY YOUNG MAN
as clerk in shoe or clothing slote. Is
experienced and reliable. Reference given if
required. Call or add res, lioa Fourth avenue.
r ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROC
and board at 222i Fourth avenue.
VITA NT ED-TWO OR THREE UNFUIJ-
mun an4 wife, no children. Address Sev-
ANTED HV SINGLE GENTLEMAV
room with modern ccnvciences sninc-
pan or city. Address
The a iti.rs.
iyANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
T en or elpht rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth nn tv,,,,., h
avenues. Address "D." Alters.
WANTED BY YOUNG COUPLE. TWO
or t&ree unfurnished rooms for lfcht
housekeeping, or small modern Hat. Must be
ceniraliy located. Address V," care A rocs
f ANTED TO BUY AT ONCE. HOUSE
T Of ilhoilf. SPl't-n in 1 i:. .
- .ii, , - v iU .wiU juuuuty,
T.ijMi or UDfier. Modern ;onveni
f erred and eomDartivtly new. Address -w
11 AKi,I oliice.
VyANTED-EVERYBODY CALL THAT
... us a straw, chip or let-horn hat.
Cleaned and bleaoned while vou w:dt m ...,,
eaL'b. '1 lifieenth strrt i,nnn -, .'
house. Rock island. vu.
WANTKD-GENTLKMAN OR LADY TO
.7 !lMst In r0ice. Salary weekly.
1 o -.It ion perniancm. Railroad fare pai 1 ieri
Inulosfi H'firf nn iTiil i.....-..).!....- .
, . ...... -,t. imuiL-rru
envelope. hok-M!ers, 301 Uaxton building.
LOST AND FOUND.
I .OS.T-AIIOUT THREE WEEKS AGO, A
-i-J nair of snectaclti ln-ta-pdn v;,.n,AA.,i.
street and Tenth avenue and Twenty-fourth
street and Fourth avenue. Finder nleasa re
turn to iJJO t ourth avenue and receive re
ward. T OST A PRESS SUIT CASE W1THOWN
J ers name (D. F. Carnes) on tag. between
Milan and Rock island, teunday mornin". on
street car line. Finder leave at A n.-.cs office.
Rock Island. orGnmore's store, Milan, and re
ceive liberal reward.
the cornet frrm rP 1 1 - n . . .- . . . . i . . . . . :
uiht bad bt-tter return it and save trouble.
Return to AKi.KSOfflce and no questions will
V7'ANTEt-LOVERS OF AKT TO LEARN
If IA mint ni nv. m.T
. , .. ..... i i v. . u i 11 ilCW UJCIQ
od of paintinc and enlargiog life like portraits
byshadowgraph. Tausht-Jtor $. Studio 215
r ifteenth btreet, opposlii urt house, Rock
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR
goods by samoie to wholesale and retail
trade. We are the largest and only manufac
turers In our line in the worlU. Liberal suiary
paid. Address. Can-Dez Manufacturing com
pany, Savannah. Ga.
AGS. RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave Tord at 2Cn Fourth ave
nue, or i-ortietn street and Fifth avenue.
11 you have anv nun. rubber, f in . tn ai-ll.
I wiilcome to your house and pay you from
" per uuuureu ior rags, ah cans wui re
celve prompt attention. 11. F. Kiugger.
X P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
" eicoanKes au mnus or second band goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing and
Cieaninir donoj ao. J. p. Williamson. 151.)
seconu avenue, telephone number 4- l.
rF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
ikuinun, ice au is tne one nner In Moline
that can do It for you. Mall wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per wora is tne price to ail alike, cash In ad
vance, si-cent stamps wiu do. Evening and
suouij mail, muiicc,
AIRS. C. OTTO. CARD READER AND
pajrc.st. is now located at 217 West
Fourteenth street. Davenoon. Iowa. Hours
J a. m. to v p. m. aim Sundays.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L. Coyne,
30 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
rare loans by W. H Eastman. 171 Baa.
and avenue, without publlty or removal. He
aiao muet collections hard ones a specialty.
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
f T moncs. watches, lcwclrv. hardware.
musical Instruments, blrycles. clothing, dry
colds, furniture, etc Highest cub Drtces
paid for second hand (rood of ul) k-inrtu
Tbe anove goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. A 11 business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location.
Second avenue Ion t forret It. J. w
Jones. Two rjipjon 1J17
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, orlglaal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co., Madison. Wis. IS
keeps you well. Oar trc
mark cut each package.
Price, as cents. ;jver roM
In balk. Accept no cajstf.
tuts. Ask j-oar drusr
T- IS. Thaas -o e aseut-
FOt R-XT- FURNISHED ROOM. ALL
modern conveniences. Call at 2tJ Fifth
FOR RENT TWO RODMS NICELY FUR
nlsbed for light housekeeping at HJT Sec
fjXR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. STEAM
s? heal and all other modern conveniences
at 71 Fifth avenue.
TiXJR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUTTA--C
ble for two persons. Call at 16CW Second
avenue; second floor.
T7K3K RENT FURNISHED ROOMS TO
J- man and wife or two gentlemen: heat,
gas and bath. At Twentieth sireet.
T7H3R RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
-i- second floor room: outside entrance;
southeast exposure. Gentleman preferred
Apply at 2H01 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT A VERY PLEASANT FRONT
room, laree. well furnished, with fteam
heat and bath room. Conveniently located on
street car 'ine in best part of the city. Inquire
at 115t Second avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT AN s-ROOM HOUSE.
at Twenty-nrxt street.
UIOR RENT AN 8-KOOM HOTT3E. M7
m? Twenty-rirst street. Address G. W. A.
FOR RENT A STORE AND FIVE ROOMS
for dwelling No. i!ll Fourth avenue.
Inquire at Rock Island Fuel Company.
FOR RENT SIX-ROOM HOUSE: BATH,
hot and coHl water: six blocks from
courthouse. Inquire Ii 1 1." A b;cs.
FOR RENT STORE. SUITABLE FOR
barber shop or eon'ectinnery. opposite
school, cheap rent. Address "G. S," A nets.
OR RENT-NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE, !.
"ifth avenue, with fur; ace snd a I mod
ern improvements. App y at V.uj Seventeenth
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOM FLAT. WITH
all modern conveniences: anove Elm
street drug store. Iuqu're at Elm street
FOR RENT A 5-ROOM HOUSE WITH
sewer and water at 1135 Seventeenth
street. Apply to J. D. Beecher, nH) Seven
PCR RENT NICE COTTAGE HOUSE OF
s-ix rootrs. on Eighth avenue between
Nineteenth and Twentieth streets. Inquire at
so4 Twentieth street.
JTIOR RENT A 7-ROOM HOUSE WITH
- modern conveniences on corner of sixth
avenue and Twenty-eighth street. Apply at
6l Twenty-eighth str.et.
IjlOR KENT STEAM-HEATED APART
ments. unfurnished, in the ben part of
city Porcelain bat it. Very desirable for man
and wife or small fmily. Price ifl.T and. ?16
per month. Address -M -I." care of Am;cs.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
F"OR SALE I F TAKEN AT ONCB WILL
seil an excellently built 5-room cottage
three blocks from post i-ltlce. fjr $l.!.o. Rents
for-MG. Gildstnith & McKec.
FOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
lot 80x150. nine rooms, bath room and
laundry, between Eleventh andTwelfUh streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
OR SALE BARGAIN IF TAKEN SOON.
A :.- r jo m. weii fjinished hotel doinir a
good busine -s in a live town. Two blocks
from railroad station. For sale cheap. S. S.
Hull &. Co.
lilOR SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
MJ dltlon by E. .1. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Tweuty-elchth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur
chaser. FOR SALE M ISCELLANEOUS.
JIORSALE A GENTS' STEARNS BICY
cle. Apply at too Tweoty-tirst street.
TTK)RSALE A HARD COAL BURN ER M
JC will buy It if taken inside of six days. In
quire at J5I0 Eighth avenue.
TTIOR SALE A PHAETON. IN GOOD CON-
-i- ditioo. at a ba gain, if taken soon. Call
at I! 14 Second avenue after i p m.
IjlOR SALE A GOOD GENTLE HORSE.
JL' weight 1 1 pounds, also wagon and bar
ness. Inquire at -o Eighteenth street.
"ClOR SALE A STANDARD MAKE HIGH
-i top or-.' an, in eood condition. A hart-am
if taken within a short time: '.HM Seventeenth
T?OR SALE THREE SQUARE PIANOS
J- and two upright p'anos ITpritrht pianos
almost new and can be bouunt at a very low
figure on account of removing from city. Ad
dress "N 13,'' Akol's oflice.
TjTOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANITY
jl. or tfj ousneis or over at ci.oo per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the olty.
Leave orders at Commercial house barber
shop, Rock Island, or Enos James. Milan
I EUROPE'S WONDERFUL PALM READ
J er, lately arrived. Informs the public of
her wonderful powers In reading the history
of ones life, by examining tbe palm of the
hand, telling tbe past, pre-ent and future. Ad
vice given in business matters and family
anairs. lost or stolen property; tells you the
initials of your future companion, whethei
false or true. Tells you what business you are
adapted to. Tells you all about absent friends,
whether living or dead Tellsyou what planet
you were born under. What part of tbe coun
try is luckiest for you. Hours. l a. m. to 'J p.
m . &rJ2 Fourth avenue. Rock Island, IIL
TVT H. STRA I'll. PROFESSOR OF DIA
I! duction. All diseases successfully treat
ed without medicine or electricity, traduc
tion cureK wbiie you rleep. No cure no pay.
Aioted persons, particularly those pro
nounced Incurable, are invited to call or write.
Offlcs. 117 Sixteenth street between first and
Second avenues. Hours. 10 to 12 a m., J lo 1
and 7 to h p. m. Sundays, - to 4 p. m.
ADEPT LIFE READER.
A ND PALMISTRY
EXPERT THE BEST
iV and most experton earth
Don't fail to call
on this noted Udy. Consult her on all affairs
oinre. Mii Oin ana will tell you true. Tbe
madam makes a specialty of business, law.
family matters, estrangements, love, court
ships, mar; isires. divorces, journeys, wills, pen
sions, and in fact on all the affairs of life. Of-
nee hours from 4 p. m. tid 9 p. m. Office and
parlors at 1324 Fourth avenue, near Fourteenth
street. Iharvej 5o cents and upwards. Don t
put off your visit, but call al once. You will
Oliver E. Cramer, attorney.
State of Illinois. I
County of Rock Island
In the C'ircw t Court In Chancery.
Henry Flue-el vs. The Second BantUt
Cr-'ircb of Rock Island. LI . and John Wolfrom
r orecM-.ure. general iso 4ii
Notice is herebr given that l,r virtue of a
decri-e or sii curt . entered in tbo alve t-n-
t'ed r-ause.on tlie Fiistdav .f November. A
I. l.r. I vna l on Saturday, the Fifteenth dav
or UfCemDcr. .. it. i m. at tne hour of two
-iock in 'tit- ii:terr,n. at the Court
House, in :!.: city of Rock Island, in sirt
Countvof i'K'k Kl:nd. to ;?isfy sttid der-r-e
sell at pu'li'- v-i.dne to the h:ifhet bidder
for i-.ksfj t&al eertain T.arcl of land, situate in
the Count v of i;-x-n Iisid -and stat of Ii;:.
!-. kmn n and d"rft.,--1 a-, follow, tovrit:
Lot cumber E:jtht (, in Block numner
Fortv-four (44i in trial part of tb titv of
Rock Island kcown ax ana calied ' Chicago or
Lower Addition to skid city .
Dated at RK-k Island. Illinois, this Tenth
day of November, A U. tjim.
l.i win E Pakvevtkb.
Mmt 'n f'hunrerr. R'M-k Iland Count r III
O. E. C'KiiitB Complainant s Solicitor.
Special Display and Sale of
Horse Blankets and
Finest standard grades on sale at
the price usually asked for medium
and low grades.
Fancy plush lap robes stf 12, (9.50,
7.50. $1.37. $5 38 and f 3.68.
Oil drill storm covers, rubber
sheets, at f 2.97 and $1.75
Square horse blankets in every style
quality and color plain and
fancy designs, at $4 97, $3.15.
f3, f 2.92. $2.47, $2 $1.75 and 1.25
$1 square horse blankets, 76x80 size.
$1.12 value. while thev
last ".. 85C
Oecorated Dishes at Price of I'lala White.
Decorations include white and gold;
pink and green, and striped gold and
brown. It's the last of several very
good open stock dinner aet pattorns.
Vegetable dishes, open, 14c,
Covered vegetable, 59c,
were . 00
Soup plates, each 7c,
2-quart pitchers, each 25c,
Pickle dishes, each 15c,
Gravy boats, each 19c,
Soup tureens, each 50c,
Large meat dishes, each 35c,
A S5c Table.
Among the incoming holiday chinas
are the greatest variety of pretty and
useful things we ever saw, gathered
to Eell for a quarter. You'll lind a
lot of them grouped on the front table
crockery department. Vases, Ash re
ceivers, cups and saucers, bisque iig
All About Cloak, Blanket and Hosiery Bargains in the Ad
vertisement on Page 3.
Opposite Harper House.
Rock Island Babbitry
Importers and Breeders ot Pedigreed Belgian Hares.
Our Rabbltry contains more champions and
prize winners than any Rabbltry
east of Denver, such as
Champion Kdinboro II, score 96.
Champion Fox Coat.
Union Jack, score 96, by Fashoda.
Den ham Don, Jr., score 95 j.
Den ham Victor.
Climax, by Fashoda.
All of These Animals are Imported
We have domestic Does for
to imported Bucks. Call and
1319 Second Avenue.
Exceptional offerings ia high class
dress goods lota mav not last the
week out come early.
10 pieces black Crepons, line, pure
Mohair yarn, superior lustra finish,
a $1.15 cloth in every respect, on
sale till closed at, a yard,
59c, 59c ". . . . 59c
Handsome Oxfords, checks and plaid
backs, 50 to 5t inches wide. $1.25
to $1.75 qualities, all at, a
Novelties in plain and fancy materials
for shirt waists, in the new reseda
green, old rose and military blue
shades, at, a yard, 76c, 69c,
58c and 50c
Linings all week, if they last, 10c to
12c skirt and waist linings, 1
to S-yard lengths, at, a yard gc
These prices will stir things up in
the underwear section. Now is tin;
time to buy, when sites are unbroken,
and when such values as these are of
fered. 40 dozen men's heavy ileeced lined
shirts and drawers, a 12c
value, down they go to 29c
Men's wool tleeced lined shirts and
drawers, finished in every particular
in the best manner, a genuine
75c value, while they last.... 50c
Men's fawn color merino shirts and
drawers, best and heaviest made, to
sell at $1, a special value
$1.00 even for men's line camel hair
(hirts and drawers, alsolutely the
greatest value ever shown at
the price 1.00
Men's extra long soft Heece tennis
night shirts, shown usually
at 75c, here for 50c
Ladies' ribbed Ueece, ecru or sanitary
gray vests and drawers, silk tape,
pearl buttons, alwavs at 32c,
50c value ecru ribbed llcoced vests
and drawers, heavy weight,
87c value natural worsted flatted
vestsand drawers, fine ribbed,
a splendid value, at 02c
SHOE FOR MEN
and Calf at
Den bam Amy.
Den ham He-auty.
Duchess of Islewortn.
Han bury Iass.
sale which we will breed
examine. Visitors we'eome.