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TIIE ARGUS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1904.
11 WOMAN AND FASHION a I'.. -.. . i ' .. i ,ii. This r.u tur.-ynu.. l,:.t is ,.1.. .f plain L!:i k vHvet with th- l.rim l,. nt in the most artistic rurvo. Tl... sol.- tW-ora-1 BLACK, WITU WHITE PLUME. tion 13 a very long white ostrich plume In the new lyre shape, which in ar ranged so as to fall down over the shoulders in the back. j will be working ;iol and strong, the Th Seaaon'a Sleeves. ' j blood v. ill be bounding through your The sleeves of the new dress waLstrf ! vein, jour brain will be clear und vlg deserve an ariiele all to themselves, j orous. and you will feel twenty years As one woman of fashion remarked: ; younger. Medical Talk. The only distinctive feature of most' of the new waists i the sleeves, oth erwise they are ail alike as two peas." I ii the main she is right. The smart .' woman must 'depend on sleeve arrange- ! tradesman, hair grown on the heads of incuts as an outlet for her taste and ' northern nations is the most valuable originality. There are Iw il sleeves both because of its superior fineness with under puff of lace tr c hiffon. ! and g!os and its color, (jermany and sweeping amrel sleeves and boiiITant ; Swedt n provide the most valuable hair, sleeves with long an-1 slender cuffs, i especially if It lc golden blond, which This latter style is perhaps the more j is of the finest texture and of a color feasible for daytime wear. The big j Impossible to obtain by artificial dyes, puffs are far cnouirh from the hand to j Italy and other southern nations pro prevent nnwii hliness. while the deep : duce only coarser and less costly varl- cutis accentuate the curves t" a pret- ty arm. In most cases these bouffant sleeves arc tight fitting above the el Imw and thence widen suddenly to re markable proportions. The tight fit ting effect above the elbow is often obtained by a deep sleeve cap. which may be a continuation of the trimming across the blouse front. Washington Star. n-l Con! a in I'm. Olle of the novelties of the season is the tailored costume in heavy siik, sti; bed and pressed and treated like cloth. One of tiiese cost tunes in phiai color is triiiimed with plum colored cloth straps running up and down the skirt between broad box plaits. There is u plaitetl liolero. with a collar and girdle trimmed with a cloth band, j which are stitched a 'id ornamented with fancy lira id having a toin h of goid. Another walking costume of steel colored cloth has a skirt and short tunic trimmed with stitching. There is a box plaited blouse somewhat like I a tunic, although the two pieces are soparaU-d by a broad belt of soft gray leather. Then lar cin!roii! T; is a deep shoulder col- j 1 in chenille, and the j cuffs, trimmed to match, are both broad and wide, with hemstitched ruiiles of linen. This somber gray is very fash ionable, and some of the gray costumes are made with double breasted fronts to lhi long jacket and trimmed with passementerie ornaments. I 'nIi iuna hie I'oot (irnr. Fashionable foot gear indicates that the toes are becoming narrower and the heels higher and that with the de- dim of the vogue of the coat and skirt ! the mannish looking shoe is passing out j of favor. ! Most shoes for smart wear have a glossy finish. There is a decided liking for those which are strapped, and j BOine of the prettiest foot gear of the j moment consists of little groups of ; Ftraps fastened to soles, an arrange- j nient which sets off pretty and dainty i stockings, but should be on no account ! adopted by women having clumsy looking feet. A fad of the moment is to have Ox ford shoes laced with riblmn. Soft riblkon will pass easily through the eyelets, which are made n little larger J than usual. Large, rather fiat buttons ore seen on some of the smartest lace kid boots, and they hok very smart. A Pretty jsfclrt IVaUt. UADB WITI I.1D OX TCCKS The Illustration shows a pretty shirt waist of ring dotted vesting, having laid on tucks of plain material and Persian band trimming. CAN YOU WHISTLE? : it ion tan ihd -i rru .tr-wr-r Suffer i 1 ro,n ipp-'. I WL?n the throf'3 of ind'S"1 and the l'ia!ins of dyspepsia are making I your life miserable just purse the lips ! &nl w histle a brisk, merry tune not a j niutfiel. doleful, half hearted whistle, ! but a whistle so deep and voluminous 1 that the whole house will be filled with ; the sound. Ion't be afraid somebody will hear I you. Let tueni near you. it win uo j thorn yool. It will enliven and cheer them while It -ures you. InJi'estion and dyspepsia always make one foel gloomy and dc-pressed and morbid and blue. Kvery thins seeing to go wrong, and doubtless you won't feel one bit like whistling. IJut uo matter; whistle anyhow. If possible Z' out iii the fresh air and til your whistling. If you can"t go oiitd-x'irs just open the window wide and whistle with all j'our might. Any old tune will do, so you put life and vigor into it. Whistle, whistle, whistle! Keep It going. Don't get tired. Io on with all j'our i:iis:ht. Harder, harder! The first thins you know the stom ach will have righted itself, the liver Kalae Hair. Wearing false hair is a very wlde- spread upturn. In the language of the fties. Most precious of all, however. is hair of a true silver gray color, which in sutuVieiitly long plaits is al most impossible to procure, chictly from the fact that its very rarity causes those women lucky enough to possess it to refuse to part with it. The most coustant supply of human hair for the world's market, however, conies from the peasant girls in countries such as Itussia and iJaliti.i, where immediately after marriage a headddess is assumed Avhich makes the lack of its natural covering unnoi iceab!". In I'.oheniia, Moravia and Caliciu there are regular hair markets to which the women take th r hair for sale. Wonderful Haiti. Abraham Lincoln was a man whose keen wit and pleasing humor extricat ed him from many an embarrassing t-ituation. On one occasion he was pre sented with two line hats, each by a different hattnaker, neither knowing that the other had made such a contri bution. In the course of events they culled upon the president, and it s happened that both culled at the same time. When both found themselves in the presence of the executive they asked how he had liked the hats they had sent him, and. taking advantage of the oportiinity of securing a statement of superiority of one or the other make, the president was asked to state his preference. To many men such a question would Ik very embarrassing, but to Lincoln not at fll. He took the hats, one in each hand, and then replied gravely, but with a mischievous twinkle in hi3 keen eves: "tieiitlcmen. your bat do mutually surpuss each other!" The Ilank of i:ulnnV Museum. The IJank of F.ngland has a curious museum, in which the principal exhib its are its own notes. Among them !s n note for a penny, which was issued by mistake and bought back by the bank for ''.". An other is a note for 1.0O0.(0O. A third is a bank note which was found inside a ctwltish caught off the Newfoundland banks, and a fourth is a note which was in circulation for over a century and a half before it was presented for pa vment. There are many forged notes in the museum, their value aggregating many millions of dollars, and there are alsvi some notes which were recovered by divers from the sunken Wreck of the IJritish warship Kurydice. A Similarity-. j "It was one of the most pathetic ! plays I ever saw," said young Mrs. Tor ; kins. "I don't see why you go to the mati ' nee if it makes you cry-" j "Just because I feel bnd is no sign ; I havew't had a good time. Charley. ; dear. You know how much you enjoy j going to the races and coming back with the blues." Washington Star. i roktrd. 'Now." said the lecturer, "suppose j you had Wen called to see a patient i with hysterics seme one. for instance. ; who had started laughing and found it I impossible to stop what i the firt ; thin? you would do?" "Amputate his funny lone," prompt ly replied the new student. Terrible Hthik. Husband You don't appear to like Mrs. Sweetie. ! Wife The horrid thing! I hate her: i Next time we meet I'll kiss her onlT j once, and I shan't ask after her baby. ; Stray Stories. Tbe Floiah. Flanagan Thwat did yez do whin Mcliarry hit yez wid the pick? Flnnegan Oi done McKJarry. Ex change. It is love of Tlrtue. not fear of law, that makes civilization. Your Wife can be provided with an annua income for life, in event of youi death, at less cost than you can make the same provision for youi children. The low rate makes very attrac tive this form of contract, devised and introduced by The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. On AufuV T 199 youne but!n9 nun of New York took m'-zt Pui.y No 1 (W6.742 m tavor -f i.isn. lie Mid thrw trem:um of Wife 40 n1 to Scpten.ir. 1X2 le died Toe lorntMay at once fi i r.t iqow muw. ;M iu con t: sue U pay Ir ii.it amount anally loa a f wica. In writing for terms, state the amount of annual income you would like to provide for your wife, the amount of cash you would like returned and give the ages of both. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Richard A. McCcbdt. President. F. A. Spencer, I'eoria. 111., Manager. Dr. Paul Kerech and II. L. Wheelan. local agents for Rock Island. MONSTERS JN BATTLE. rontinuei! from I'ae Nine. and forth ;::;til finally the water was dyed red all alNiut. "At eaeh convulsive leap toward the end of the tight the whale seemed to grow weaker, while the thresher and the swordtish maintained their strength. There was only one way for the battle to terminate, and so in the end the whale lay still upon the surface." "fnpiilns" Crown. Th following account is given in Country Life of the way i:i which pil fering crows are dealt with by Italian ngricultPi-ists: A hole of a certain depth is dug in the ground, at the bottom of which is placed some decayed meat. A funnel shaped wedge of paper is then insert il into the hole, the upper i-d:re of the paper being coated with birdlime. "Maitre Corbeau" sees the food, descends to grasp it. and when he has firm hold of it he rises up again. His head is, however, swathed with the paper cap. and in his mad endeavor to rid himself of it he circles up to ex traordinary heights in the air. revolv ing constantly and at so rapid a pace that, soon overcome witli giddiness, Le falls to the earth dead. Tlie Cashew nt. The cashew nut serves a unique pur pose as a cosmetic, in the West Indies, where women desiring to remove ex cessive tan anoint the skin with an oil from the outer surface of the raw nut. For two weeks the patient must retire from society, for the face and hands so treated turn black. At the end of a fortnight's seclusion, however, the wo man who has undergone the cashew treatment emerges, observers state, "with skin and complexion as fair as a babe's." Fortnne'i Favor Sufficient. "What do we want with gold and precious stones V" said the proud young mother, gazing fondly upon the baby. "This is fortune ioui;li for us." "Huh:" grunted the father, who had been walking the lloor nearly all night. "I'm glad fortune didn't knock twice at our door." Philadelphia Ledger. All the news all the time The Argus. BIG G EST PIANO in; S VALUESr,-n 1 from $150 up. Let mo 6end you Siip rata- pi Ir free. I can make yoa a haiifl-iome u &avioK cca flrst-clas in-trnmont.a'!rrSs fi GRANT CARVER. P. 0. Boi 343, Rock Island. IB. 3 IKS IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE. forty-F.isht Thuumnd Hollar I'aiil for a t'aofy Lot of Trbarco. The biggest purchase of high grade tobacco ever made in the West by a cigar manufacturer wa.s made last W ednesday by Frank P. Lew!s, Peoria 111., for his celebrated Hiugle Binder cigar. A written guarantee was given that the entire amount was to be fancy selected tobacco. This, no doubt, makes the 1-ewLs factory the largest holder in tbe Tnitecl States of tobaecx; of rio high u grading. Wcrtdd-Tran Colona Sand Stone Quarries SAWED P.riLDINC STONE. ASHLAR AND TRIMMINGS A SPE CIALTY. For cheapness, durability and beauty, excelled by none. This stone does not wa.-h r color the wall with alkali, etc Tlans sent us for estimates will receive care ful attention and be returned promptly at our expen.-e. Quarries 12 miles from Rock Inland on the C P.. & Q. railroad. Trains No. o ami 10 will stop and let visitors ofT and on. Mil DOE STONE. CORN CRIB HLOCKS AND FOUNDATION STONE, ANY SIZE DESIRED. Sample? of stone and photos of buildings can be seen at Room No. 12. Mitchell Jc Lynde building-. Ad dress ARTHUR BURRALL. Manager. Cock Island or Colcna, HI. FOB RETT ROOMS. FOR RENT Orr.ce room on Rock Island houe. ground floor at FOR REXT Two or three unl urnisbed rooms at H15 Twelfth street. FOR RENT FTir iii shed rooms fcr light housekeeping. Ajply at MCSTbira avenue. FOR RENT Two nicely tarnished rooms suitable lor gentlemen. Aii-ly ljC9Fiiib avenue. FOK RENT Furnished rooms tar light housekeeping, also sleeping rooms, at m3 Second avenue. FOR RENT Furnished roorn with all mod ern improvements at 517 Fifteenth, street. Opposite court bouse. FOI! RENT- A larg front office in good lo cation on Twentieth street at rt-aonable figure. Apply to K. v. Ilur-t. FOR RENT A nicely furnished room with imh. gas and heat. Apply at fcio Second avenue, (gentlemen pn ferred. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with tHiard. Modern con u-nlences. Klectric phone 5x). Apply li:5 Second :ivenue FOR RENT-Furnisted rooms for liclit housekeeping Also lour room Hit lor light housekeeping at 1110 Secord avenue. FOR RENT A large steam heated room, .suitalile lor two gentlemen, in the ?.Iiuck er building. Inquire at Maucker .v. Tonn's. Foi: BENT-PermanenUv. a nicety fur nished room with beat, for ladv ho can give references. Price reasonable, ll.'i; Second avenue. fOR RENT -To a couple without children, tour desirable, turnislied rooms tor'ignt housekeeping at t25 Twenty-third street. Call at 531 Twentieth street. FOIt RENT Three cov turnislied rcoias suitable for light housekeeping or sleep ion rooms for gentlemen. Prices reason alile. inquire at 1507 Sixth avenue. FOR RENT Two newly furnished rooms suitable tor eentlem n preferred Hot water he:it. electric licnt. both phones. Prices reasonable. 15K Seventh avenue. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with all morern coneriences. suitable lor one or two gentlemen, with hot and cold water 'n room. Price reasonable. Address X. Y. Z.. rare of Argus. FOR RENT Furnished roorai with pood board in a 'private German boarding house, all modern improvements, at reas onable ; rice. Mrs. F. O. Hahn. 637 Seven teenth street. l'tione636 Drown. FOR RENT IIOPSK. oi.-'-s.-a in.. ?i.-.nm hnnsp anil one room house. Inquire at soo Seventeenth street. FOII RENT A 7-room house at .r.(iS Forty lirst street. Inquire at 5:f Forty-seCOLd street. FOR RENT A Ave. six and eight-room house. Inquire ot V. C. Maucker, Masonic Temple. FOR RENT A steam healed Hat in the Maucker buildii g and two .Vroo:n tot tases. Inquire V. C. Maucker. FOR RENT Two newlv built hou3cs. tour and six rooms, large "cellar and attic, on Sixth street and Fourteenth avenue liood location. Inqu.reat ton I Fitteenth street. F.'ll RENT Flat, corner Sixth avenue ami Twentieth street. Heat furnished, all modern convenience. Inouire of M. M. sturgeon. Room 19. Mitchell.. Lvnde build ill!?. FOK SALE CITV PROPERTY. FOR SAIE A 10 rcom house in good repair. A bargain. Inquire alTlt Fourth street. FOR SAf,K-A live-room house, cheap it taken soon. Inquire at 2831 Eighth avenue. FOR SALE Hest bargains in lots on Twenty-tilth street and 'tenth avenue if tafu at once. Easy payments. Inquire Keidy llros. FOIt SALE Cheap t taken at once, gooo paying fru't and cipar .stand in good loca tion. Rent. $30 per month. Address "F 13" this omce. FOK SALE-Two rema'.n'.n? east front lots in the Dart Twentv-serond street addition. For terms lnqu'.re'of R. S. lart. Jackson A Hurst s oClce, Masonic temple. FOR SALE Lots in Gregg's addition. Twen-tv-fourthand Twentv-tmh streets between Elghth-and-a-half and Ninth avenues. Call and get prices. Reidy Hros FOR SALE One corner and one ad joining lot. corner of Eighteenth avenue and Twelfth -street. W7xl50. Will le sold at a bargain if taken at once. Apply at 3tH Fourth avenue. FOR SALE Near Ninth avenue in Piack Hawk addition, s room house, bui't three vears. Has tine bath, furnace, lauudry. tile wa'ks. excellent location. Can be bought tor :s.uK). H. K. Walker. FOR SALE -A bargain. Must be sold at once. New S-rco:n cottage on Twtntieth avenue near Ninth street. Has bay win dow, porch in tront. large bar.:. Lot 40x1. mi. Inquire L. A. Schmidt, 125 Second avenue. FOR SALE -A snap if taken at ouce. a 5 room cottag. nearlv new, with one acre of rich ground good "barn and other ont bubdincs. good well atd concrete side walks, 'plenty of truit trees, one block trom street car line. Address O. H. Hand. 1'J Twentieth street. FUK SALE 34ISCEULANKOIJ8. FOR SALE Milliard hall with two pool, ore iiiln rd table, stock and fixtures- Address "S !'." Argus LOST AMD KOl'ND r.OT -A ere woolen laprohe between Mar net square auo Aiken street. Finder re turn to Argus ofrtce and le rewarded. LOST Dec. A ladys gold hoop bracelet witn painter's palette on lop set with gems. A reward of 5 will be given for its return to 613 Seventeenth ttreet. LOST A ladVs hunting case cold watch, with probablv chatelaine attached, be tween Woodmen onice and Noon Rest or Ynune.t Mi'Com'ns. Full name of owrur in'cover. Reward will be paid lor its re turn to this otHce. INFORMATION HI KKAl, PARTIES desiring domestics, cooks, nurse clrls or washerwomen can be provided by calline or addressing 612 Sixteentn street. New Phone 516. KXPKESS. STORAGE. HI S AND C.llt. ROBB S TRANSFER CO.. 120 Went Seven teenth sf-eet. Old 'phone 1537. NeWphone 51ot. New btorage building. Express, bag gage, bus and cab calls anbwered day or night. PATKNTS. Pa-ent and trademark office, room 14. Mitchell Jt Lvnde build. ng. Rock Isiand. James F. Murphy- associate, branch of Moore A Co.. patent attorneys. Washington, D. C. and Chicago. LI, HOTELS AND KtKOKTS, GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax mineral tprings. OSers best accommodation at reasonable pnee. Address William Frey, Cclfax, Iowa, LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located ,77 leet above the sea. Ail tae rear round re sort. A perfect place for rest. For partic ulars aduress Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi cal Director. Laa Veea. N M- CLAIKTO 1 AJfT. MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist and clairvoy ant, has recovered from her long ill ness and will resume her work. Tells vcu the past, present aca future correctly. Tells you everything per taining to business, marriage, divorce, love affairs, sickness, death, accidents and everything of Interest. One call will prove her wonderful accuracr. Ofice Lours from 1 to tap.ni. tus Fourth ave nue. Take the Biue line. west. WASTKD-MALK HELP WANTED A porter at the C R. I. Jt P lunch room. WANTED At once, three bell boys at the Harper House. WANTED Immediately, hustling atent; big money with little work: uiiequa'ed opiortunity : Fuller Novelty companv, Pe oria. Ill- WANTED-Traveling man: ,s0 a month and all expenses: iositioii termanent Address L. I). Abbott a. Co , :!-." Wabash avenue. Dept. A, Chicago. WANTED-JX) a mouth salarv and all ex penses to men with rig to i'ntroduce our guaranteed Poultrv Remedies. Year's contract. G R. Biglar companv. X 47', Springfield. 111. WANTED Bright young man to travel, ad vertising and collecting, ;) monthir to start and all expenses, self addressed enveloie tor reply. Address Road Supt,, Sll Pontiac building.. Chicago. WANTED Ms per w eek and expenses to a hustler to distribute samples aud collect lor manufacturer in Illinois. Exin-nses advanced Salarj- paid weekly. Adver tising department. in2 star building- Chi cago. WANTED-Men to learn barler trade. We have the best opportunity everottered Can earn nearly all expenses before om pletiug. Start now and tiiiish lor spring, rush. Write tor catalogue, Moler Harber college. Chicago. 111. WANTED 1'KMALK HELP. WANTED Pantry girls at the Harper house WANTED A good washerwoman at sic Nineteenth street. WANTED A girl for general housework at 22J Sixteenth street. WANTED Four girls at Tucker, ths prin ter's, 1701 Third avenue. WANTED-Reliable girl for general house work at !03 Twenty-second street. WANTED -Four kitchen "iris at Godfrey's restaurant 21 J Seventeenth street. WANTED A girl for general housework. Apply at 2721 Eighth and-a-halt avenue. WANTED -A cook and dishwasher at Wright's restaurant. 1923 Second avenue. WANTED Lad'es to ".earn hair dressing, manicuring and facial massage. Four weeks completes, catalogue" mailed. Moler College. Chicago. WANTED Two lad'es to travel advertis ing and collecting lor music house Stlarv :-0 taontlilv from start and a!l exiieiises": steadv position. Address Dept. C, 213 Pon tiac building. Chicago. WANTED One or two good singers for illus trated songs. Would like to have parties that could dance (whiteor colored). Girls preferred. Address Entertainment com pany. Is 17 Second avenue, city. WANTED MALE Oil FEMALE. WANTED-Solicitors. Permanent employ ment. Address "F 41." care c l Argus. WANTED Live soiiritoi s. ladies or gentle men: fis a week guaranteed right parties. Apply mornings. L. C. Knox.4i:i Filteenth street. Moline. WANTED POSITIONS WANTED Washing to do at home, at 2."-,o Third Aveuue. Apply WANTED Sewing to do. specialty of even ing gowns Work guaranteed." Room 2 V. M. C. A. Uldg. WANTED -Situation by reliable young girl to do general housework. Can furrisli good rclerence. Address Ml 2J." Argus. WANTED A po.-ition indoors by a reliable voting man. light ollice work preferred. "References civtn. Address H. T. C, care of Ariius. WASTED IW 1"C EI.LANKOI7S. WANTED A small sized second hand sate. Audress "II :." care Argus. WANTED Hoard aril room bv two men at. reasonable rates. Address F. W., care of Argus. WANTED A cashier's desk, six feet long. Give description and price. Address E. S., Argus oflce. WANTED To buv for cash, a complete set ot second hand tinner's tools. Address X M. care of The Argus. WANTED To loan f?00 or inK) on improved real estate security at 6 per cent interest. Address '!'. Hi," care of Argus. WANTED I. OiK) people to use Cinrho Rflict Tonic, a positive cure for diarrhoea and cramps. For sale by all druggists. WANTED A house of about six rooms with modern conveniences -ast of Seventeenth street Addriss "Mc Argus office. WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday Rest rooms at ixisvj Third aveuue. near . 1S1. C. A. building. Good home cooked din ner from II :30 to 2. Supper Saturday only f rom f to S p. m. We exist for accommo dation. not profit. Rooms open all day to ladies lor rest. WANTED Loans and chatteison household goods, horses, cattle, bugeies, wagons, pianos, etc . without removal. Very rea sonable and q'Mck. Do cot get a loan until you see me, for with 20 years' exper ience I positively can save you money. I also loan monev on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, hardware, musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, silks, in tart any article of value Now listen. Having one of the largest, cleanest, neatest and best kept second band stor s in the whole state of Illinois. I am always readv to buy your goods Now don't think because you have a swell lot of furniture that they are too nice for me, tor I am a second hand sjieclalist. and my business motto Is t- pay more and still for les than anyone in the business. Give tae a chance and I will prove it to you. so I cordially invite one and ail to call and get acquainted Fur ther, if 1 can't traue with you I will sell y our goods lor small commission, or store them tor you. Then again. 1 will pay a good round price tor old eold and silver, old coins, will also pay cash for good gentle men s second Eaad clothing or ladies' s'iks. feathers, furs, books, etc. Yes. I will buy, sell or trade any old thing. Look for large sign on store. ( tcii every eve ning until 9 o'clock: Saturdays. 10 o'clock. All business strictly Private and conhden tial. This is my number, H523 second ave nue. Rock Island. 111. Always a few good bargains in diamonds, as we make a so cially of the diamond business. See here, now. everyKdv knows where The Argus oftice is in Itook Island. Well, I am directly across the street. J. JONES. SPECIA lr Just because you live in Dav enport or Moline doesn't signify anything. Now, how long does it take you'to step to a telephone- 1 wfsn I could make a dollar or two every time I went to the 'phone that would be good enough for me. Jones' second hand old 'phone is ;-2 union l3 Second avenue. Also short leans on real estate and houses tor rent. MISCKLI.ANEOL'. IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent any tciDg. engage oeipor secure a situation the Mail is the one paper inMoline tnat can Co it for you. Mail wants are popular and Mali wants bring results. On-lialf cent per word is the price to all alike, cash in advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening and Saturday MalL Moline III. riEL EMPIRE COAL A COKE COMPANY Whole sale and retail dealers in bituminous and anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcle. Offices 1718 First avenue. Telephone west EDCCATIO.f AL. ACGLTSTANA COLLEGE Husiness department- A thorough bo'.rj-"s tralalngeiTen for entry luto commercial lite. Terms reasonable Apply at Aufustana college. VILLA DE CHANTAL A home school for girls conducted bv tee -Sisters of tee Visi tation. Rudimentary and higher branches and all polite accomplishment taught. Twentieth street and Fifteenih avenue. Rock Island. FLORISTS. THE LONG VIEW Park Floral company. Meyer & Retiring. Props. Green rouse 1115 Fifteenth street. Plants, cut fiower and designs. HENRY UAETHJE Proprietor Cblpplan nock nurserv. Cut flowers and desigr c all kinds. City store, tscrr Second avt nae. Telephone 610 ARCHITECTS. LEONARD DitACK Architect and snperin tenoent. Skinner Oiocz. sccona noor Office hours io to 12 a m . 4 to 6:80 p. m. CONTRACTORS AND HOLDERS. JOHN YOLK Jt Co. Contractors and build ers. Also manufacturers of sash, doots blinds aud mouldings, dealers in plate window aud art glass. Offices and factory, 811 to S29 EitthteeuLh strttt HKATINO AND FLCMIilNO. cIlXnNOnTYerRY c COMPANV Heating and plumbing along scientific aud saut tary lines. Careful aud skilled workmen. Prompt attention. 114 West seventeenth street. Phone U48 REAL KSTATri E. 3. HURNS City and country real estate. It you have propvriv lor s.iie, usi u uu me. Itvouwaut to buv 1 will do my best to get you what von waut. Room 11, Mitch ell i Lynde block. Telephone nil. ART DECORATION. PA Rl DON & SON Artistic interior decora tion. Finest lme ot late iaier carried and skilled workmen employed. Moderate prices, 417 Seventeenth street. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. H. J. TOHER & CO. Brokers. Daveujiort. Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Private wire to New York aud Chicago. Offices 109 Main stieet. Telephone 407. GEORGE H. SI DWELL & CO. Commission merchants. Grain, hay and provisions. Members of the Chicago board ot trade and Chicago Stock exenange. Established 25 years. No. 512 and 543 Kialco building Long distance phone. Harrison S6:i6. I'LKCTKICAL W. A. ROBB & CO. All kinds or electrical construction. Estimates turnislied aud service prompt and reliable. Flue line cf gas and combination fixtures. 119 Eight eenth street. COAL Master's Siile. E. ll.HUY ER. Attorney. State of Illinois. i Rock Island Countv. ( ' In the circuit court of said couuty. In chaucerv The Kock Island Mutual Building. Loan and Savings association s. Jessie P. Harms, 'Carles Mori ison. A gness M ji rison. et al.. No S2S Foreclosure Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a decree of said court entered i:i tlie above entitled cause, on the 2th day of No vember. A. I.i. ism:?. 1 shall, on Saturday, the second dav of January. A.D. 1X01. at the nmr ot two o'clock in the altvnicou. at the north door of the court house in the city of Rock Island, in said county of Rock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash i.i hand, tnat certain parcel oi l xnn situate in ttie county of Rock Island and state of Illinois, known and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning ala iio.ntoce hundred and tilty feeiiiTiOlt ) southot the south line of 1'our teenth avenue, in t ie ciiv of Rock Islam!, and three hundred and t;hv i-et ciTiO ft least ot the east line oi bortv foutth street, in said ciiv: thence east forty feet (iOtl.): thence routh. one hundred and l liirtv leet (i:d It.): then-e west, forty feet (1(1 It ): thence north, one hundred and thirty leet (i:li ft.) to trie place ot b ginning, being part of the southeast quarter diof the l orth west quarter ('.) ot section six e). towushin seventeen ( i7 north range one (li west of the fourth (4th) principal meridian 1) ited at Moline. Illinois this tenth day of Decern !ier. A. 1. W.t. WALTER J. FNTRIKIN. Master in Chancery for Kock Island County, 1 ilinois. E. H. Gl'YER. Compla'nant's Solicitor. Master's S:le State of Illinois. I Rock Islaud Courty, (" In the circuit court of said county in chancery. The Rock Island Mutual Building. Loan t Savings Association, vs. John Bickgren. Foreclosuie. No. 1210 Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a decree of said court, entered in tlie above entitled cause on ttieSsth oav of November, A. D. 1U03 I shall, on Saturday tne Second day of January. A.D 1W04 at the nouroti o ciock In the aiternoon.at the north door of the court house in the city of Kock Island, in said county of Rock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at public vein! ne. to the highest bidder tor cash in hind, that certain parcel of land situated inthecouutv of Rock Isiand and state of Illinois, known and described as follows, to-wit. Lot No One ) In B'.r.ck No. Four (I ) in Rod man's subdlvisiv.n ot part of Hale's addition to the city of Rock Island. Dated at Moline. Illinois, this Tenth day of December, A. D. 1903. WALTER J. ENTRIKIN, Master in Chancery. Rock Island cuunly, in. EDWARD H GUYER. Co in nit's Sol r. Notice of Final Settlement. Estate ot Augustus L. Kain, deceased. Public notice i hereby given that the un dersigned. Adam R. Mclturney. has this day tiled nis final reiMirt ana settlement as such in the county court ot Rock island county, and hearing on said report L as been set for January 2U. lno. al nine o'clock a. in., at wn'ch time rei sons interested tnav appear and make obj-ctions thereto, and it iiu ob jections are Bled, said report will be ap proved at that t me. and the undersigned wii! ask tor an oruer ot distribution and will also ask to be discharged. Rock Isli!:f 111 . Uec. H0. 11011. ADAM it. M Bt'It NEY. Executor of last will and testament ot Au gustus L Kain. HARRY M. M CASKHIN. Attorney tor Executor. Notion of Flual Settlement. Estate ot Nels G. Osterman, deceased. Public notice is hereby given that tne un dersigned. Amelia A- Osterman. administra trix ot said estate, has this day tiled her final report ana settlement as sucn in t'.e c ounty courtof Rock Isiand county, and hearing on said report has leen oet tor January n. l.;4. at 9 o'. lock a. m . at w hii h time persons in terested may appear and make obje Hons thereto and it no objections are nierl. said repjrt will be approved at that time, and the undersigned will ask for an ord r of dis tribuiion and will also ask to be discharged. Rock Island. I'l. Dec. I.i. 1 .. AMELIA A. OsTERMAN. Admi tiistratrlx. Notice of FI iml Settlement MARION E. sUELNEY, Attorney. Estate of Marie Kieinmaier. deceased. Public notice is herebv given that trie un dersitrned, Reinhart .t iger, administrator de bonis non of the estate of .Marie Kiein maier. deceased, has this day Hied h.s filial report and settlement as such in the county court of Kock Island ountv. and hearing on said report has f ten set for Tuesday. January 13. rjot.al 9 o'rlo' i a. rn . at whic h ti me iiersons interested mav aear and make objections thereto, aud if no ob jectioiM are tiled said report will be ajr provtd at that time, and the un.'erMgrit-! will as lor an order of distribution, ano will also ask to be discharged. Rnf k Island. III.. Dec. 17. i X. R EI Nil A RT GE1GER Administrator tie bo nis non of estate of .Marie Kltlnmaier, deceased. Administrator's Nutlets. Estate of Anders O. Bersell. deceased. Tne uncerstrnrd having been apiointed administratrix of the estate cf Anders Bersell. late of the countyof Kock Island, state of Illinois. deceased. herebr gives notice that she will apjtear before the'cojritv court of Rock Isiand county at the countV court room, in the city of Rock Island, at the Marco term on tne nrit Monday in March next, at which time all jiersons bj'-icir cuimi against said estate i-t notihe'iand request ed wat'-cne foi the parpose of iiaving the same adjusted. All persons indebted t said etate are re quested to make lmn-etiia-'e payment to the undersigned. Dated this frd dav of iveember. A. D. 1903. CM A B. BERSEL:.. Admintstratiix. J. a. UAHLEAl , Solicitor PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEYS. McCASKRIN A McCASKRIN Attorney at law. Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island office in Bengstoa block. Milan office on Main street CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys at law. and N. A. Larson. Swedish Advokat, Monev loaned. Office over Cratnctou book store, 1719 Second avenue. JACKSON. V CRST & STAFFORD Attorney at law Office In Rock Island National back building. LUDOLPU & REYNOLDS Attorneys at law. Money to loan. General legal busi ness. Notary public. RJ6 Second avenue, Bulord block. SWEENEY & WALKER Attorney and counsellors at law Abstracts ol title. Office in Bengston block. SF.ARLK & MARSHALL Lawyers. Money to loan on good real estate se -uritv. Mltca eil A Lvnde block. Rock island, ill. McENIRY & JlcENIRY Attorneys ?.t law. Loan money ou good security; make col lections. References, Mitchell A Lyndn bankers. Office. Mitchell ,& Lynde build ing. JAM K S MURPHY Attorney at law General legal practice. Office room 13, Mitchell jfc Lvnde bulldlnx- Union Elec tric phone 5601. PHYSICIANS. DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeopathic physician. Special attention to diseases ot women and children; also diseases of ey ear. nose and throat. Olice hours, 9:S0 to 12 a. m.. l to 4 p. m. Sil Sixteenth street Rock Island. DENTISTS. J. T. TA YIOR Dentist. Office hours 8:3d to !- m Mid to 6 p. m. 2b.i Eighteenth street, opposite Union office. Telephone new 531-3. INSURANCE. INSURANCE on dwellings aud household goods a specialty. Oldest and best com panies, lowest rates C. R. Chamberlln, Mitchell & Lynde block. Phone 10A). PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and Insur ance. Old tire companies represented. Your pptronag" solicited. 'Phone Union CJ. Office ovt r Thomas' drug store. BENNETT'S insurance agency. Fire, Hie, accident, health and plate glass. Rea estai e and loans. Koom 2, Buford block. Res ilience phone. union HCl ; office, unlou 113 TORN A IK) INSURANCE Rates for city property Co cents per fuw one year. 40 cents per tUK) three years. 60 cents per f 100 live vears. Call or address c. H. cnamberliu Agent, Mitchell & Lyndc building. HAYES & CLEAVELAND The pioneer agency. Old fine and lire tested compa nies. Fire, lighming. plate glass, tornado, accident. Me, or almost any torm of risk. Ground tloor offices S10 to SIS, Eighteenth street. WK WILL BOND YOU-Executors, admin istrators, guardians, trustees, trustees or any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and so ciety officers: city, .state or U. S. govern ment officials; contractors; positions of trust ; in fact, a:iv kind of bond vouM.mt t-ixcept bail bonds). Terms reasonable Hayes ii, Cleaveland, resident managers, Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary laud. GOLDSMITH & M civ EE insurance agency, Peoples National bank building, Rock Isls.id. 111. Represent only first-class com panies, writlug tire, tornado, plate glass I'aMliLV, burglary, accident ami lieylfh insurance. All jioliries Issued upon the latest plans and most liberal condition Surety bends furnished through the Ami r Ican Bonding companv, of Baltimore, Md. Open every Weduesday and Saturday nlirht JVC ONKY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at lowest rates. Marion E. Sweevey, attor ney, rooms sa-2r-, Mitchell A Lynde build ing. Rock Island. MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any li'.nd of security. Also choice property lor sale or rent. W. I Uone. 230 Seventeenth street, up stairs. WE make a specially ot loaning money on household goods, horses, wagons, ef t ., without removal at.d in a jnlet way. Call on us ftir quick loans. Fidelity I .tan com pany. Room lis, Mitchell & Lvnde block. THIS TKAYELEBH' UUIDK. HTCAOf). KOCK ISLAND j( vy & paoitlo Hallway Tlo H on can bo purchased at City VVIirjiir . t'cxet omoe iis second ave- i-.vAC.,Wiiy',fl or C , R. I. et I, depct w -5 Fifth avenue foot of Thlrty- irt suei. Peoria branch depot, foct of r e it'eth street. Phono West 1093, Wast 142!. Fiack H. Piutr-T-er. CP. A. TKAINS MAST. OoliflTn' 'stitn.lmited 1 : am D wpr Limited & Omaha. . t X:45 am Fi. Worth, Denver &, K. C. t fi:20 am M.uncapolis t 7:1S am Dvocport& Chicago t 7:f0 am Otnuha & Minneapolis.... Mi!:4l am Cliorado d. Omiba r 1:10 pm l)Malrc & Omaha 12:3& am DiBT'.r, Lincoln & Omaha. 3:40 am Das Moines Ex prei- 1:55 pm St. Paul & Mlnneapv ''... 3:40 am Dsnve.r. Ft. Worth t .'. C. 6:15 am .Kansas City. St Joe & Calif. 11:10 pm 'Roeu isiand & Washington U'.Wi pm Catcago A. D;sMoln;s t 1:6s pm Rack laiaLd & Brooklyn Ac i '-vt pm Uicstir pm Omahtt &. Des Moines t :0.i pm WHT. Il:lf pfn 2:5S uru tl0::w p:n W:I0 pm t 7:00 pm 8:00 am no.13 pm t 9:fi0 z.iu t 3:li0 am t 7:i0 aot t W:l" pw tl0:S0 pm t 7.10 am r 3:i! pm t 2:00 pm t 7:10 am t e r o am 2 42 pm .Cedar Kpids. Tipton IQ::-S7 amir pin BOCK IS LA NO i. ill I' li lit I A III ViSIOK. Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main line ws'cs start from main depot on Filth .venue 5 minutes in advance of time glvei. TtAiN8. eorca, Springfield. St. L-, ludiucapclls. Clucli:n.l. P sor- t Ej press l'aori-. Indianapolis, Cln blctiatl, Hlooirlng ton.... Bberrard Accom Cole& Kherrard Accom. Cab'e and She r;ird I.IAVI. I ABK1VS. P:I0 ani. 7:23 pm it I ) trn b-.hri pm 1:15 pm ilt:H am t'.i xo iH;4' am 5i 4r aD k 45 pm H-.llii pm 2:20 pm Arrival. tUeparture Dally, except Sun day. CHICAGO, KOKLINU ton A Qulncy Depot Beond aenueand Twenti eth street lelepbooe llftO M. J. YOTJKO. Aeect THI!S. I.IAVI. A BtlVII sir t8 hi am n is pm t7:15 pn 31. Louis, Uslescarg, Spririgutu. Peoria and WJlccy 3 ierl!:?, MecCota 5.55 air ', I i 5i aai i k7.'.0 ptci 70 pm' and Chlomo , St. Loola, Kacaas City, Denver and Pac'.fio Co- ' Sierl'.ng and poictj la-. tero:e2iat9 D')iue, Clinton, La Cros-e, Et. Paul, Minn. Rod U. VT Cl'ntyon, Dubuque C.;a-on and irtertcellate g7-4n pm 47r20 am s7 2 ao, 'fi ?.o r, lis am pax pen ai'jp at hock Island to minutes for uieala, Tiff f IH1 TT -'tit1 CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A St. Paul Railway. D., R I. A K. W. passenger Kta- iti-L WI'KTS) tlon at foot of beveoteenth ' tree S. B. Stoddarfl, At. ' IT" ! ' u Hinrlcjhf. Uoi'L Agt., -v.- ! '.' B. ad y street. Davenport. TRA 1 - i.l.lVC jVKHIVK. " I 'X) air 1 '".55 pm 415 an MOiUopm 10 Tipm 'I 15 am 8 Vi am 'll .V'pm -II Wpi '5 :jo am 1 .ri pm KIA3 pm . n pm ! 51 pm U K) poi ,11-Vjtc 3 15 pm'll:40am C.iawtt. tiuuutijc, ftt -.ui Milwaukee a' d Chicago Kluln and Ch fi?o (S. W Umited) Muscat Inc, Wakhinirton. Kan sas City, (. t. IJoiiten;. Mus jatlne, Washinxton Kan City Fuiion, Savanna. Eln'ii. ' ti euo Omaf:a Sioux C Ity, Chicagv and Milwaukee- .-- Msseatfne, Washington, Ot tuiiiwa F'-iltoc. Savanna. Iubu'i'ie UlltitoT. Uedar Rptdj. UH ha. Fret pott . 1 'Dally. Datiy except bunday. i ir mm