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THE AUGTTS. WE DXJESDAY APRIL 21. 1901;
Published DV1- ad Weekly at 4SS4 Second
A?--3, Koek Island, 111 Entered at the
Poatofflcs m Second class matter.
tlC THK HAMS OF J. W. POTTKK.
TERMS Daily, 10 cents per weak. Wsekiy,
1.00 per annum la advance.
AH communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
such article. will be printed oyer flotltious sig
natures Correspondenee solicited from every town
ship in Rock Island county.
Wednesday:, April 2-i.
Si-eakek Shekman seeuis to be do
ing a few atnnta every day. He has
made C.sr Reed look like a burnt rag
in a cyclone cellar.
'Everybody wants to tax every
body but himself,1' says the London
Saturday Review. Human nature in
England seems to be much the same
as anywhere else.
The London Spectator foreshadows
an aggressive European alliance
against the United States. If the
European nations plot war on us we
won't give them anything to eat.
Is Teddy Roo3evelt still living? If
he is he will turn green with envy
when he hears the news from Durban,
Natal. South Africa, to the effect that
former Gov. Pingree, of Michigan, has
killed a monster elephant.
England wants to send more mules
to South Africa. John Bull would ex
hibit more horse sense if he would
save the money he is spending for
mules and recall the asses responsible
for the blundering war which has been
waged against an honest and liberty
Is Ohio, legislative apportionment
bothers the people and the legislature
very little. By a provision of the
constitution made in 1850 and ever
since controlling, the matter of appor
tionment is made a question of math
ematical calculation. Given the pop
ulation of the counties, and the rest
is done under rigid constitutional
rules by the governor aDd two other
state officers. This duty was per
formed Saturday by Gov. Nash and
the auditor and secretary of state
under the census of 1900. It is net a
perfect way, as that is impossible,
but it prevents delay and gerryman
dering, ine districts were created
by the constitution 50 years ago and
all the apportionment board does is
to add to or diminish their represen
tation as tne population Has increased
In this territory nearly 4,000 acres
of land are to be thrown open to set
tlement this summer. The bulidoz
ing and rough and tumble methods cf
former settlements on government
reservations are to be done away with
Secretary Hitchcock is said to be for
inulating a plan of allotment and
drawing in form as follows: The ap
plicant's name is put in an envelope
and the envelopes placed in a cylinder
which is rapidly revolved. A blind
folded employe draws at random one
envelope at a time from .the cylinder.
The first name drawn will obtain the
quarter in the northwest corner of
bection one at that corner of the reser
vation. Each succeeding applicant
will obtain the quarter following in
the order numbered. The conditions
are a residence on the land for live
years and the payment of $1.25 per
Franklin Pierce, in the article pub
lished in the Springfield Register, and
entitled "Protective Tariffs and Public
Virtue," lays bare the source of much
of the political degeneracv of the
times. In clear and vigorous style,
with righteous indignation, he shows
how protection" has snapped the
fine American spirit of self-reliance
and independence, and has led thous
ands to reply upon special legislation,
upon government aid, as the easiest
road to wealth. He well says: "Those
who live under a representative form
of government must rise morally, or
they will sink politically. " Certain it
Si that the American people must throt
tle this monster of perverted "protec
tion," and extirpate the whole brood
of trusts and monopolies born of it,
or they will furnish another example
"111 fares the land to hastening Ills a prey.
Where wealth accumulates, and men decay.
Franklin Pierce's trumpet call on
"Public Virtue" appeals to every
American with a spark of manly and
patriotic feeling. I he pernicious ef
lects of special legislation, benefiting
the few at the expense of the many,
the swarms of trusts and monopolies
arising from so-called "protection,"
$ COUGH SYRUP
''-"j9 rurps Haekinsr Coue-hs. I
V? Sore Loners. GriDDe.Pneu-
raonia and .bronchitis in a
few daj-8. "Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, 6ure
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, 25c.
Don't be imposed upon.
Refuse the dealer' substitute ; it
is not 89 good as Dr. Bull's.
Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism,
Aches and Pains, is A as cU.
the incessant efforts of ever-increasing
hordes of self-seekers to fatten on
the government through tariff-made
monopoly, ship subsidies, sujrar boun
ties, etc. all these can be remedied
by American patriotism and man
hood, when they are once aroused.
'Tis high time they were aroused, and
Mr. Pierce's call is a timely and much
PORT BYRON POINTS.
Port Byron. April 24. Miss Bertha
Rogers is visiting with friends at Fort
Frank Biehlmeier, being taken sick
at college, returned home to recuper
ate. Ross Pearsall, whose home is in
Fulton, spent Sunday with his par
ents. Mrs. .1. F. Normand has taken a
trip to Wisconsin to visit with her
A number of our citizens have made
carden. while others have held back
on account of the frost.
John Schafer, Jr . is taking a much
needed rest, and Albert Huntley till3
the position at the bank.
A portion of the saws and other
effects which belonged to the Huntley
brothers have been shipped away.
As the telephone lines could not
come to a satisfactory agreement, a
new switchboard has" been purchased
for the independent lines.
Saturday last 19 votes were cast for
school trustee as follows: a. a. unn
16, John McCauley 1, J. W. Maxwell
1, D. Y. Alsbrow 1.
A carload of the old saw mill ma
chinery has been purchased by a gen
tlemen from Little Rock, Ark., and is
beine prepared for shipment.
The interior of Mr. Phillips' restau
rant is being verv much improved in
appearance by painting and repaper-
Friday evening last the Moline de
gree team of St. George lode, K. of
1'., came to Port Byron for the pur
pose of conferring" the first, second
and third degrees on candidates.
The following was the menu at the
corn festival served at the Congrega
tional church Friday evening last:
Corn hulled (with milk), corn bread,
baked beans, corned beef, corn Johnny
cake, rolls, corn baked Indian pud
ding, cornstarch pudding, cornstarch
cake, corn popped, coffee.
At the school election Saturdav last
L. S. Pearsall was elected director, re
ceiving 51 votes.
Fred Moody and Lonie Newton
came up from Moline Sunday last
to visit with their folks.
Mrs. Homer Meter and her
daughter, Mildred, are visitiDg rela
tives in Chicago.
J. W. Simonson sold to Mrs. Brad
ford, lot 1. Belcher & Sirrs worth ad
dition to Port Byron; consideration.
$365. Two other sales of residences
have been negotiated, but at this
writing have not been completed.
ALL AROUND ANDALUSIA.
Andalusia, April 21. Verde Miller,
of Milan, was in our village Sunday.
William Mosher spent a few davs
cf this week in Rock Island.
Mrs. Pescott, of Milan, called on
her mother. Mrs. Davis. Saturday.
Mrs. N. P. Phillips was in Rock
. Mrs. William Stewart, of Rock Is
land, is visiting her mother.
J. C. Burgoyne and family and Miss
Edna Davis spent bunday at jonn
Mrs. Lou Hartman, of Rock Island,
has been visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Frank Woods and daughter,
of Edgington, were visitors at the
home of Charles Burgoyne Monday.
The village school election was held
Saturday. J. G. Britton was elected
director to succeed Charles Bognar.
Quite a number of women voted.
Spring moving has commenced in
our village. AmoBg: the movers are
G. E. Spickler, George Herbert, John
Stropes, Chris Seefeldt andOra Heath.
Foster, April 24. Mrs. Herbert
Foster arrived home Wednesday from
Frank Brogan, of Iowa City, visited
over Sunday with his wife's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Foster.
Fred Feldman has been afflicted
with rheumatism the past week.
Miss Laura Gillett is at home again
after spending several months in
Rev. Kettlecamp was called to Pine
Mills Sunday to conduct a funeral
Career and Character of Abraham Lincoln
An address by Joseph Choate, am
bassador to Great Britain, on the
career and character of Abraham Lin
coln his early life his early strug
gles with the world his character as
developed in the later years of his
life and his administration, which
placed his name so high on the
world's roll of honor and fame, has
been published by the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St. Paul railway and may
ba had by sending six (6) cents in
postage to F. A. Miller, general pas
senger agent, Chicago, 111.
Licensed to Wed.
Henrv Stollenbersr Davennort
Miss Maggie Peters DavenDort
Gustaf Neumann Geneseo
Mis Annie Mencenberg Carbon Clil
Wlllhelm A. Biorsmann... Moline
Miss Annie S. .llnlof. Moline
Drying preparations simplv develop
dry catarrh; they dry up the secre
tions which adhere to the membrane
and decompose, causing a far more
serious trouble than the ordinary form
of catarrh. Avoid all drying inhal
ants and use that which cleanses,
soothes and wheals. Ely's Cream Balm
is such a remedy and will cure ca
tarrh or cold in the head easily and
pleasantly. AH druggists sell it at 50
ents or it will bo mailed by Ely
Brothers, 56 Warren street, New York.
The Doctors Extend their Time
Owing to the Vast Numbers Who Have
Been Unable to see the British Doc
tors, These Eminent Gentlemen have
Extended the Time for Giving Their
Services Free for Three Months to
All Who call Before May 7.
Owing to the large number of in
valids who have called upon the Brit
ish doctors at their office, 1700 Third
avenue, (over Tremann's meat
market) and who have been unable to
see them, these eminent gentlemen
have by request, consented to con
tinue giving their services free for
three months (medicines excepted)
to all invalids who call upon
them between now and May 7
These services will consist not only of
consultation, examination and advice,
but also of all minor surgical opera
tions. The object in pursuing this oonrse
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and afllicted,
and under no condition whatever will
any charge be made for any services
rendered for three months to all whe
call before May 7.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee
a care 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 lor 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. R. J. Nate, the chief consult
ing surgeon of the' institute, assisted
by one or more of his stall associates
is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p
m. No Sunday hours.
Special Notice If you cannot call,
send stamp for question blank for
Blood and skin diseases, indiges
tion, constipation, rheumatism, pirn
pies and sores permanently cured by
Rocky Mountain lea taken today
35c. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
For a washing machine that can
be used on auy wash tub ODC
For a 13-bar folding clothes rack 33c
For no-sag curtain stretcher
brass pins, nickel plated S9C
For a 5-foot Norway pine step-
ladder 34 c
For a 6x9 mirror c
For a 11x14 mirror jqq
For a 12x16 mirror 20c
For a Bissel's Cyco bearings car
pet sweeper, best sweeper
For cloth window shades, com
plete with Hartshorn spring
For felt window shades, com
plete with spring rollers ()c
For Japanned 50-pound flour bin 59c
For whitewash brushes, strong
and well made, for ordinary
For scrub brushes, extra well
made rice root or tampico .... Qq
For Little Giant tack puller,
saves your carpets, draws
tacks so that they can be used
For men's Rockford socks sq
For ladies' black hose JQq
For choice of ladies' 10c and 15c
For heavy glass goblets, worth 5c 2c
For set of six good drinking
For cream set, consisting of but
ter dish, cream pitcher and
spoon holder t 33c
For decorated fancy china plates JQq
For fancy parlor lamp, large
burner decorated shade, regu
lar price $1.65 QSC
For beautiful high grade, semi
porcelain dinner sets, 100
pieces, elegant decoration a
For a night lamp, tinted globe.. 25c
Jor doll go-cart, just what the
baby wants jc
For 2-wheel toy cart qq
For pin bottle liquid bluing ....
319-321 Twentieth St.
Estate of Oscar P. Blechschmidt, deceased
The undersigned having oeen appointed ad
mlnlstratrix of the estate of Osear P. Biech-
schmidt, late of the county of Rock In
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that she will appear- before
the county court of Rock Island county,- at
the county court room. In the city of Rock Isl
and, at tne May term on me nrst Mon
day In May next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend, for the purpose
Of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 18th day of March, A. D. 1901.
Elizabeth Bucuscmidt, Administratrix.
Corner Second and Harrison
Free Ferry Fare to Davenport
During the Season of iqoi.
We have made arrangements with the Davenport & Rock Island
Company to issue Coupons, which
Store at the lime of a 10c purchase
chase necessary to avoid any abuse
Under this arrangement it costs
more to come to the Boston Store to
Besides this liberal offer, there
this store offers that should appeal
Free Saturday Evening Concerts by
from 7:15 to 9:15 p. m. Every Saturday evening until further no
tice. Everybody welcome.
Don't fail to ask the collector of the ferry for Boston Store Cou
pons present them to any of the salespeople or lljor walker at time
of purchase and get
FREE ROUND TRIP
HABITED Sc -VOIETIM: -A.TT JR,
J. T Robijtsok, President, I D, Kudos, Vice President. B. B. Cjbtsil, Cxsfcitr
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
Which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company
we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardian
and conservator of estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. . General financial agent for
non-residents, women, invalids and others.
LOST. AND FOUND.
IOTALJTTLE BLACK THREE LEGGED
i &oi. Kinder deliver to oil Twenly-fourtn
street, and receive reward.
IOST . LADIES' GOLD WATCH, CRYS
- tsl out; gent's picture in back or case.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
it to Thb A hols ollice.
OST BLACK AND TAN RAT TERRIER:
I answers u name of beauty, nine months
old. Finder will be lioerally reward by return
ing to A. Maxson, over Noftsker's hardware
TTADAM ST. MARIE CLAIRVOYANT
itL and palmist. She reads your life llKe a
book, from youtn to old use, telllngevery tblntr
of your past, present and future. She tells
you cverythiDi: concerning love, marriage, en
gagements. seperaiioDs. divorces, family
troubles, inheritance, wills, deeds, money due
you. positions, salary, sickness, accidents or
uny subject you may be Interested In. Full
life reading 50 cents. Ofllee hours from I p.
m. till 10 p. m. Is permanently located at 715
If You Want
To see the swellest Creations
in New Millinery, call and
see the Fine Line at Miss
Byrnes'. See the Maude
Adams, Isadore Rush and the
Julia Marlowe, which are the
rage in the Eastern Fashion
Centers. They ein be seen at
Bengston Block, Second Avenue
Streets, Davenport, Iowa.
when presented at the Boston
or over (we make this small pur-1
of this offer) will bo exchanged 1
the people of Rock Island do
trade than the people in our
arc the manifold inducements that
to every economic housekeeper in
Our Spring Opening.
ro have Bargains in Oil
Stoves, Refrigerators, Ice
Cream Freezers, Water
Coolers, Steel Ranges, Cook
Stoves, Wringers and Wash
Summers 2 Co.
322 Twentieth Street. Phone 4082
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
frago loans by W. H Eastman, 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without punllty or removal. He
also mtkt collections hard ones a specialty
WA NTED GOOD. RELI ABLE OIL SALES
man. on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
KAQS, RUBBERS, ETC SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2-J05 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to your house and pay you from
60 to 75 per hundred for rags, aod rubbers from
3 to 5a a pound. All calls will reoelve prompt
attention. H. F. Klugger.
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
I exchanges all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing and
oleanlng done also. J. p. Williamson, 1515
Second avenue. Telephone number 48S4.
KILL EM QUICK A WHOLESALE
BllLlinntpI fnr hariKum. An... . . i .
es, moths and all Insects. David HIaclcstocK's
new Kuier at an. ,-o and 75 centi a bottle
Charles LUemeyer, druggist, agent, 537 West
Seventeenth street, hock island, 1U.
TJT YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
-- r reu anyiuing, engage neip or secure a
situation, the Mall la tte one paper in Molina
that can do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mali wants bring results. One-half cent
per word la the price to all alike, cash la ad-
SAnk a, k m rta w 1 1 A n 1 ,
Sunday Mall. Moline. 111.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, esc Highest cash prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. Ills new number and location,
1823 Second avenue Don't forget Ik. JT. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1317.
ought to be careful buyers
of foot wear, and we invite
the critical people of the
smart set to "shop" with us.
Women who observe the
comfort of their feet, yet
demand something stylish,
are expressing much satis
faction upon the
$3.50 and $2.50
These shoes are fully
guaranteed by the
makers and we will
make good anypair
They are cheapest
by the year.
WANTED SIl UATION S.
WANT2T WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. quire at 413
WANTED POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER,
cashier or general oflice clerk, s nule
man. 30 years old. l- years' experience. Excel
lent qualilicatiou. moderate expectations, lirst
class references. Address c W. F., care of
A kg cs.
f OR RENT ROOMS .
!OR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. ;EN-
tlemen preferred, at 705 Fourth avenue
FOR RENT LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
room at -'WW Fifth-and-a-half avetue.
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO XI ELY FCR
cished roon-s with every convenience at
1116 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
ble for two persona. Call at 1Mb Second
avenue; second door.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS : ALSO
furnished rooms for light housekeeping
at 1105 Second avenue.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
in private residence, three blocks from
Market square. Call at 1710 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM ON
griuntl door with (ja grate and bath, live
blocks from postoQice.Atldress "(J IS," Aiuus.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
prifcile'e of baih. rent reap.abie. at -S01
Seventh avenue, or itqulic at I'-'l Seventeenth
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, steam heat and bath. All modcra
conveniences; three blocss from postoillce.
5J0 Sixteenth street.
tjTOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
front rooms with a'l latest modern con
venienses. MeVs if desired Easy walxmg
distance to business center. 1000 Se venteenth
FOR RENT HOUSES
T7OR RENT nOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
R RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE AT 1928
OR RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE AT 317
Flfth-and-a-haif avenue. Inquire at 2832
FOR RENT AN ELEGANTLY FUR
nished house. All modern conveniences.
Enquire at 018 Fifth avenue.
TTIOR RENT A SIX-ROOM HOUSE. 51S
-l? Twelfth street, with modern conveni
ences. Apply sou Seventeenth street.
TTIOR RENT TWO FLATS ON FIFTH
M- avenue and Tbtrty-Urst street. Five
rooms rin. For particulars call cn Hull & Co
real estate agents.
KTOR RENT A HOUSE NEARLY NEW
- e:s;nt rooms, with large attic, nantrv
S room cellar, electric light, gas. hot and ioid
water, and newly paoered Located on Thir
ty-eighth street Inquire of J. S. Leas, 719
Elm street. Telephone 1316.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
mOR SALE A HARGAIN IF TAKEN AT
A? once. A large corner lot at the corner
of Fifteenth street and Tenth avenue. Ad
dress "II. 19. Abgcs oilice.
fiWR SALE-MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
JU lot 80x150, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry.be t ween Eleven tn andTwelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson s
TjlOR SALE NICE 2-STORY RESIDENCE
A." of nine rooms on paved street, furraee
sewer and bara on premises. Can be reuted
for$iT. I'rice 2.50o. Inquire near by at lllo
1 nira avenue.
FOR SALE-A NEW fi-ROO.M HOUSE,
latest design and built for all modern
conveniences. Will be re:idy fo- occupancy
about June 1. Terrace lot 4vxll0 feet. Apply
F3R SALE FINE UU1LDING LOTS IN
good neighborhood, centrally located.
sixtcentn street bstween Tenth and Twelfth
avenues near Long View pars;. For sale at
low figures nd your own terms, by Loibar
Harms, o.b Eighteenth street.
TiOR SALE-CHEAP. A 5-ROOM HOUSE
M- and large Darn nearly new. and good well
on premises aiso iu gooa ouiiaing lots 011
paved street between Sixteenth and Eighv
eeoth avenues on Twelfth street Inquire of
John u. bnerman. jNinin street, t air Grounds,
auuia xioca tsianu.
FOR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
property for sale in ail parts of the citv:
nouses reniea: rents coiieciea: money to man
in any amount on real estate security. Fire
insurance written In oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 1573. Goldsmith A Mc
Kee, over People's National bank.
"I LUE-E Y ED BRUNETTE. NICE LOOK-
J ing. has ?i7,wi: is rona or home and chil
dren: would marry aneotionate. Honest gen
tleman. Address Miss iaur, drawer 11, Chi
NICE WIDOW. WITH MEANS. 48
-. " gain j 1 mp. . otvu-u 1 " v. ... n i us
qualntance of some good, honest man of about
45 or 55 vears of age, who would be kicd as a
husband. Matrimonial intention, if suitable.
Address Box 222, Rock Island
AN ELDERLY WIDOW LADY. REFINED
and genteel, good housekeeper, great
lover of home comforts and worthy com
panion. would like to correspond with a gen
tlenan of respectability between the age
of U nd So. Only those worthy of a true wire
need reply. Address Mrs. Anna Lauile, Ruck
Island, lil, General Delivery.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
ANTED LAUNDRY GIRL AT IHR-
ANTED A DI3H WASHER AT THE
ANTED A COMPETENT COOK AT
ii'j inirtieth street.
ANTED GIRL FOR SECOND WORK
at bio Nineteenth street.
ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at -iu; Fourtn avenue.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework at 611 Twcnty-tbird
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, small fami'y. Swedish girl
preferred, iui:l sixth avenue.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL
for general housework in small family.
Good wages. Call at 'j-t Twentieth street.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. References re
quired. Wages H. Apply at 014 Second ave
nue. WANTED MALE HELP.
TTANTED A GOOD HELL HOY AT THE
JTED A GOC
T V Ha
ANTED FIRST CLASS PA PES II ANG
crs and painters at Gcorsie SutcliiTe"s.
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wajres. Steady work. Apply
room is. Hotel Somraers, Moline.
WANTED MAN OF GOOD APPEAR
ance. resident of city preferred Cal
from S to s a m. or 5 tod p. no., room 2, Ml
T ANTED ENERGETIC MAN TO WORIv
v V on retailur weekly salary in capacity t
penerl asent. Must (rive references Salary
paid direct from this oftlce. 4'l Spurling block.
TXTA NTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT MAX
f t agers: t-'.OOO per year to take charge of
our phonographs: som cash and bond re
quired. American Mu tiplex Talking Machine
company, 31 CJuiccy street, Chicago.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or elpht roomsbetween Seventeenth
and Twecty-tirtb streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," A kg cs.
WANTED ROOM MATE TO SHARE
nice front room centrally located. II
a weck. Address Roommate, care of Aiu.is.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. CU before
8:30 a. m. or after op. m. at 2716 Fifth avenue,
WANTED FOUR OR FIVE HOARDERS
and roomers in private family. Home
equipDed with all modern conveniences. h:n
WANTED SECOND HAND TYPEWRIT
ers We buy, sel', exchange, rent and
repair all kind? of typewriters 12 Main
Phone 140. The Davenport Typewriter ti
change. Uaxti;d-horses to train and
colts to break by mau of experience
who has given records to over 40 horjes. Call
or uddress William Weaver, 2704 Fifth avenue,
or fair ground, Rock Island.
WANTED TO FIND PARTY WHO
would like to rent four furnished rooms
Including kitchen with all cooking uten.il.-f.
dishes and everything complete: gas aiid wood
range, also use of laundry; very pleasantly lo
cated. Ternn reasonable to right parly For
particulars, address R. Mck, general delivery,
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sale house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. tialry f iiO per
month, expenses and commission. Must in
vest fl.oOo in capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 0 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 440, Kansas City. Mo.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
OR SALE AN ORGAN ATA IliRU.MS'.
luquire at 1132 Second avenue.
SALE A WIDE TIKE TEAM WAGON
cheap, if taken soon. o. I'oeuiman, bears.
XilOR 3ALE A GOOD HOT AIR FUKN'AI K,
JC pipes, registei-3, etc , for .. it. G. Sum
mers & Co.
ITIOR SALE A 5-HORSE IXJWER GASO
. line engine at De Reu Bros'., l:27 Fifteenth
InoR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FRUIT
. farm for sale In South Rock Island. Fine
ly Improved. See Kcidy ltros.
TjIOR SALE A REFRIGERATOR. ALMOST
J new. Will sell cheap if taken at once.
Address "W. 31," Ait;us omje.
FOR SALE TWO -LARGE HORSES. IN
iiuii e at the Missouri saloon, corner of
Twetity-lirst street and Tnird avenue.
ITIOR SALE-5.5O0 YARDS OF GOOD SO
- delivered or laid. Inquire at siimtn;
& Co.. Twentieth street. O' v22 First avenue.
I TOR SALE SMALL COOK STOVE IN
good condition, and 4-burner gasoline
stove, used oo!y one season. CU at MFuur
TTKJR SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
JU dltlon bv E. J. Uurns. room 12. Mitnhftii jfc
Lynde building. These lots are oa Sixth avt
nuc between Twenty-eighth and Tnirtleta
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street oar lines. Terms m suit cur-