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THIS AUGTTS, FRIDAY. MAY 24, 1901.
Published Dtl- and Weekly at 1C4 Seeond
A Y---Z, Koek Island, 111- Entered at ike
Poevomce as Second class matter.)
IH TBI K1MC or J. W. fOTTMH.
TERMS Dally, 10 cent per week Weekly,
1.00 per annum In advance.
All communications of political or trfunan
satire character, political or religious, moat
have real name attached for publication. No
such article will be printed over fictitious aig
natures Correspond enee eollelted from every town
In Rock Island county.
Friday. May 24
Work has leen begun on the pub
lic library buil I in g which Secretary
John D. Long is to present to his na
tive town, Brickfield. Me. The build
ing will stand near the spot where his
father kept a country store for many
'Kag time music mar be as exe
crable from the technical standpoint
as professionals describe it. Yet the
uncultured public enjoys it, and while
it continues to give pleasure bands
and orchestras will retain it in their
Mask IIanna has broken into the
Grand Army of the Republic and has
at once become a colonel, Ine nignesi
office the noble order can confer will
have to be Mark's -.before he is con
tented and even then he will not be
The farmers of Shropshire. Eng
land, are at their wits1 end because
they cannot hire enough laborers to
plow the land, sow the seed, drive
the wagons and herd the cows. In a
recent issue of a Shropshire weekly
paper there were 260 advertisements
for men to work on farms.
The late Kx-Gov. John R Tanner
was a notable and picturesque figure
in the politics of his state. He was
by nature a political leader and or
ganizer and to this was due his re
markable success. He was a man at
once of stauoch friendships and bitter
dislikes and was courageous in the
accomplishment of an end that en
listed his energies.
Maki:oni, of wireless telegraphy
fame, will soon be subject to military
duty. The law of Italy is imperative
upon this subject, and Marconi can
not evade it. The king, however, has
promised to assign him to duty on a
naval vessel, where he can continue
his experiments looking toward the
perfection of his sjstem.
tising will win is
case of a boy who
York, Pa , in 1893.
home his parents
for him, and the
illusirated in the
left his home at
Soon after he left
other day he was
located at Zicarick. Egypt. It cost
a small fortuae to bring about the de
sired result, but it won in the end.
The man who persistently advertises
never fails to get what he goes after.
One of the little ostriches on a farm
In Manitou, near Colorado Springs,
Thursday picked a 50 diamond off
the shirt front of a swell visitor and
swallowed it. The bird had searched
the pockets of the guest for something
to eat and finding nothing thought
the diamond would help to stay his
stomach till he found a lunch. Pow
erful emetics were administered, but
the diamond set so well tbat the bird
refused to give it up.
Gen. Joseph M. Sudsbuko who
died of apoplexy recently in Balti
more, was a lighting man of the old
school. He was born in Munich.
Bavaria, ia 1825. and entered the Ba
varian army. After several years of
service he was appointed second lieu
tenant in the Bavarian royal artillery.
In 1819 he took part in the struggle
of the people against the king, and
after the defeat which came to his
party be went to Switzerland. He
then went to France, where he enlisted
as a private in the foreign legion and
served under Marshal McMahon, who
was his colonel. He came to the
United States and entered Into active
service on the union side in the war
between the states.
The native Yankee is
from the New Eogland hitls 'and his
place is being taken by the latest im
portations from abroad. The report
of the state board of health shows
tbat in the state of Connecticut the
pure blooded Yankee is dying out and
in a few years more will be compar
atively scarce. Every town record
shows how the names of old families
are becoming extinct and new and
foreign names are taking their places.
The causes are various. Some move
away indeed a great many do and
the old names which have ceased to
nnntar on the town records for New
Ijr . . 1 -ti
jDglana are tcatiereu
all over tbe
Dr. Bull's Cough feyrnp cures Cough
or Cold at once, conquers croup,
Whoopiutr-Cousrh and Meaale-Coujjti
without fail. AH mothers praiso it.
Doctors prescribe It for Bronchitift
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption- Quick, sure results.
Frier, 25 ccnia. wwniwunuri .
Alwavs cures when others fail.
gr.Bairi PUls curs Constipation, so pills 10C
country, and. for that matter, all over
the world. Then again, others be
come absolutely extinct and are no
longer perpetuated anywhere. Such
is tiie law of change and it must work
out its logical results. We cannot
TO UKUOIATE THE VELDT.
It is announced that, ansrered bv
the persistency of the Boers in con
tinning the war, and anxious to bring
the hostilities, which are an enormous
drain upen Great Britain's resources.
to a close. Gen. Kitchener plans to
burn the veldt to obliterate by fire
every bouie and held, leave men and
beasts without food and shelter, and
convert the land into a blackened
wilderness. A certain result of the
execution of the plan, which Is feasi
ble inasmuch ns it is now the fall
season In South Africa and dryness is
prevalent, would be the death of
thousands upon thousands of men.
women and children from want and
exposure. Famine and disease would
ensue as surely as night fallows day
It is incredible that Kitchener con
templates such a co!oal crime
against humanity and civilization, or
that the British government, callous
as it is. would let him commit it. If
such a thing were done by savages it
would be the general verdict that
thev deserved to be swept from the
face of the earth. Committed by men
making boast of their civilization 1
would be a crime unspeakably more
heinous. It is against civilized can
ons to make war upon women and
children, and if there be an over
ruling justice which in time lights
all wrongs Kitchener cannot violate
the canons without making more cer
tain the fulfillment of Bismarck's pre
diction that in the end South Africa
will prove the grave of the British
Miss Lena Day. of Mollne, after a
quarrel with her brother, left home
last Friday night and nothing has
been heard from her since.
Tod .iv was generally observed by
the Jewish people as a holiday, be
ing known as the feast of the Pente
cost. Services were held in the
lrincipalJ. b Djltuy announces
that high school pupils mav obtain
their report bards bv calling at Lin
coln buildinnnext Friday morning at
y o clock.
Do you want to know what it will
cost to have your house wired? Ask
us. No charge for estimates. Chan
deliers at reduced prices.' Rock Island
Klectnc Construction company
The Apailo club, of Davenport, led
bv Prof. E L Philbrook. of this city,
is to give a song service Sunday after
noon on the Davenport Y. M. C. A.
lawn. There will be a short address
by Rev. W. F. U .relay.
Theatre Promoter George H. John
ston returned to his home in St
Louis last night. His superintendent
of construction, tl. 11. Button, re
mained, and today began advertising
for bids for work on the new Illinois
theatre. He hopes to begin excavat
ing next week.
So far the police of this city have
recovered about 20 of the watches
stolen from W. H Webb, the Daven
port pawnbroker. The greater part
of them had been sold or traded to
different parties. Mr. Webb claims
to have lost about 50 timepieces and
the disposition of the remainder of
them is still a mystery.
There was insufficient evidence to
hold Glady Poliss and McWilliams on
a charge of robbing Paul Cowenburg.
and 'Squire Mapes, of Moline. dis
missed, tbe cae. Ine complainant
was out for a 'time" and he seems to
have had it. even though it did prove
expensive, but he wa unable to es
tablish who took his roll of money.
Drs. C. C. Carler, (J. L. Eyster, E.
M. Sala and S. B. Hall have returned
from Peoria, where they were dele
gates to the annual convention of the
Illinois State Medical society. They
made a bid for next year's meeting in
behalf of Rock Island, but it seemed
to have been agreed among many of
the towns that Quincy was entitled to
the meeting. And Quincy cot It.
In the big tent one week, commenc
ing Monday, May 27. corner of Fifth
avenue and Twelfth street, will be the
People's Comedy company of 30 per
formers, band and orchestra, present
ins: farce comedies, re lined and high
cIas.9 nnflpin.lt iea with nhancA nf nrn.
, b - 1
k ? , 1 a . . 1 , .
nignuy aunng me wees. Ad
mission, aauits, id cents; all under
18 years, 10 cents.
Restful Retreats for Pleasure Out
ing" is the title of a nicely arranged
and attractively illustrated little pub
lication of the Tri-City Railway com
pany. It includes views and descrip
tive matter pertaining to Black
Hawk's Watch Tower, Prospect park.
Rock Island arsenal and the three
cities. The accessibility of the local
ity is also forcibly presented.
The Woman's Auxiliary Board of
Missions of Trinity church announces
a vin't tomorrow from Miss Crummer,
of Denver, a missionary In China.
She will peak at the church at 3
o'clock. Afterward a reception and
tea will he tendered ber at the rec
tory. All women of the ciy, irre
spective of their religious affiliations,
are invited to both tbe meeting and
Tri-city colored circles have not in
many a day witnessed so pretty and
elaborate a wedding as that which was
celebrated at the Moline A. M. E.
church Wednesday evening, the prin
cipals being Miss Lulu B , daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jones, of Stew
artville, and Robert II. Pollard, who
is the editor of the Kentucky Watch
man, published at Henderson, Ky.
There were 200 srnests.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Milwaukee excursion June 8.
for the round trip.
Take advantage of tbe
low rate of
trip to Mil
bnt $2.50 for the round
waukee and return Saturday, June 8.
One fare for the round trip to Lin
coln. Neb , via C, R. I. & P. railway.
May 23 to May 27. return good to
June 4, with extension to June SO on
payment of 50 cents.
Don't forget the date of the Mil
waukee excursion. It ia Saturday,
June 8, and the faro only $2.50 for
the round trip.
Homesebkers' tickets to a number
of points in the north, west and
southwest via the C, R. I. & P. rail
way May 21, June 4 and 18.
Good accommodations have been
secured for the Milwaukee excursion
June 8. Make arrangements to at
Remember the C, R I. & P. rail
way has now on sale round trip tickets
to Buffalo. N. Y., on account of the
You are sure to have a pleasant
time if you attend the Milwaukee ex
cursion June 8. Don t miss the op
ine Milwaukee special excursion
trains will leave Rock Island .at 10:30
p. in , arriving in Milwaukee at 6 a m
Returning leaving Milwaukee at 10:30
p.m. on the 9th, so that the excur
sionists will have the full day and
evening in Milwaukee arriving home
at o:o0 the following morning.
Because the Icing Is so im
portant in successful cake mak
ing:, it is well for house-wives
to use only the very best in
gredlents ; for a
use the following recipe:
Scrape four tablespoon fuls of
Runkcl Brothers' Chocolate into
a shallow pan and place it on a
tore that i not too lint so it will
melt gradually but not acorch.
When this is melted stir in one
tablespoon ful of water and three
of cream. Mis well together, after
which add one scant teactipful
of sugar.boilinsratiout fi ire minutes,
and while hlill hot put on oneol the
cold cakes and spread evenly over
the surface. Dace the second one
cakes. Then cover thetopandstides
and set in a warm oven to harden.
Write us for FREK sample of cocoa.
- CMlCAdO: 4 River Street.
NEW YORK : 443-447 W. 30th Street.
Have you tried one of
those delicious Ice
With the Pure
Or one of those refresh
ing phosphates that
are only to be had at
Better Drop in and Try
1703 3econd Avenue.
o . . o 'o 1 o o "o
Estate of Charles P. Ryder, Jr , deceased,
-t oe uoderslgned bavins oeen appointed ad
ministrator of tne exist of Charles P Kvder.
Jr. late of the county of Ruck Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby fives notice tbat
ne wui appear oerore tee county court or Kook
Island county, at tne county court room. In
the elty of Rock Island, at the July term, on
the flrtt Monday In July next, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate
are ootlUed 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 tbe
orders! go ed.
Listed tbls 8th day or May. A. u. iwi.
Juum C. LL Head. Administrator.
Estate of Guy II. Hitoboock, deoeaaed. -Tbe
anderslsned bavma oeen appointed ad
ministrator of tbe estate of Uuy H. Hitchcock,
late ot the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby fives notioo aat ne
will appear before the county court of Rook
Island coustv, at tbe eounty court room. In
the cltv of Rock Island, at tbe Juee term.
on the first Monday In June next, at which
lime all persons having oiauna against sain
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for tbe purpose of having tbe same adjusted
AU persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to iba
aaderslgned. . .
Dated this lvtn day 01 pru, a. u. ivui.
C U. HiTCBOOCK, Administrate
Corner Second and Harrison
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Our agent will be at the Davenport landing and will distribute cou
pons which when presented at the Boston Store will entitle you to
Two Free Ferry Tickets. Coupons svill bo distributed each day from
9:30 to 11:.50 a. m. and 2:00 to 5:00
Flna Program by Straater's Orchestra
Her Ladyship" corsets free! It's not a mistake
"HER LADYSHIP" CORSETS
Given away absolutely free to the ladies.
"Her Ladyship" corsets cannot
is made of superior quality coutil.
silk flossed, and witn neavy doubled siJk edge; boned throughout with
lineJy tempered capped end steels with ten (10) extra quality flexible
side steels, five (5) on each side,
breakable over tbe nips ana at tne
I of the body.
Regular Price Everywhere In America $1 00.
We will give absolutely free to the ladies of the three cities dozens of
pairs of Her Ladyship" corsets, one pair of these celebrated corsets
in any size, 18 to SO. in any color, drab, white or black.
To every Udy who will bring
chaser for one of these celebrated
will in turn present her free of charge a pair of these corsets, the same
as purchased by the customer at the corset counter, in any size or
color f-hu may desire.
All we ask you is to brirg us one (1) customer and come with ber
and see that she buys one of these corsets, and we will give you one
pair of "Her Lidyship" corsets absolutely free. Every pair guaran
teed to give satisfaction.
This grand offer is done to popularize and advertize this corset
i department and "Her Ladyship" corsets, for which we are the sole
I agents in Davenport. This opportunity will be withdrawn the mo
ment the quantity we have allowed
Perrin's and Centemeri first quality l 50 and fl.7" kid
X gloves, every pair stampea. None genuine unless name
is stamped in glove. Sjtle price, per pair
do not depend on the
amount of leather worked
into them, but the quality
of it. The lightness, the
grace and the wearing
qualities of the
have won them a dis
tinctive prestige with
women. The makers
guarantee them, w e
do, and invite your
inspection of the new
styles just in.
the Best Two Wire Tires.
'"'1..'"' '":' CT". J
Kelley, Springfield and Star Brand.
Good Morgan & WHvbt tires on your
wheel ii ize for lis. size for JO,
I Inch Hlzt for Ofllce S8. Mtlcbell
& Lynde block. Work done at shop of
tbe Wilson Moline Buggy Co.
ROCK ISLAND RUBBER WHEEL
AND PACIFIC NORTHWEST
BEST PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
via Scenic Route to California through
Colorado and I tab
WEDNkSDAYS. THURSDAYS sad FRIDAYS.
Via Southern Route to California through
Oklahoma and Texas
Via Scenic Route to Portland, Ore.
For Information and "Tourist Dictionary"
address Ticket Agents, C. R. I. ft p. Ry..
Davenport. Iowa. Rock Island or rtollae. III.
The Leader. Jj
Stretts, Dsvenport, Iowa, C
Saturday evening. 7 :30 to :3 p. ui.
break over the hips. This cor&et
striped with sateen, handsomely
making this corset absolutely un
same time elastic lb every motion
to our corset department one pur
"Her Ladyship'1 coreets for f 1 we
lor tree distribution is exhausted
No Introduction Is Necessary
You know they are honest,
substantial and stylish. We
have them in all styles and
Opposite Harper House.
"I LUE-EYED BRUNETTE, NICE LOOK-
I ing. has 17,01)0: is fond of borne and chil
dren; would marry affectionate, honest gen.
Ueman. Address Miss Laura, drawer H, Cbl
LiEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
O Money loaned on household goods; 1515
TTTANTED GOOD. RELIABLE OIL SALES
Y V man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
RAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at &!05 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to seU.
I will come to vour bouse and pay you from
(0 to 76 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
I to do a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention. B. F. Klugger.
T P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
J exehanees all kinds of second band goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. A 1) kinds of Rtove repairing and
cleaning done alao. J. P. Williamson, 1515
Seoond avenue. Telephone number sitt-s.
It YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADB
or rent anything, engage help o.' secure a
i (nation, tne Man is tne one paper in raoune
tbat ean do It for you. Mall wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half eent
per word la tbe price to all alike, cash la ad
vance. 9-eent stamps will do. ICv suing acd
Bunday Mail. Molina, ill.
TT ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA-
v v monds, w a tones, jewelry, nara ware,
musleai Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc Highest caan prices
paid for second band goods of all kinds also
The above goods for sale at half tbe usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
1823 Seoond avenue Don't forget la. J. W,
Jones. Two rings on 154T
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
venues. A ddreas "IV A ao ua.
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
gage loans by W. H Eastman, 1711 See
ped avenue, without publlty or removal. He
also makna collection bard ones a specialty,
with your present position? If not, an
Arcus want ad will help yon find another.
Are you satisfied with the house or apart
ment you are living in? If not, an Axurs
want ad will help you find another.
Are you satisfied with your business?
An Argus want ad will help you find a pur
chaser for your business, and will also find
another business for you to engage in.
Akgcs want ads will find any reasonable
want you may have.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at borne or by the day. quire at 411
WANTED SITUATION TO DO GEN
eral housework bv competent. Kirl Can
give references If desired. Address "A. 13,'"
A KG us office.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
OR RENT FOUR ROOMS FOR IIGHT
housekeeping at .19 ! Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO NIELY FUR
cished roows with every convenience at
1116 Second avenue.
TJVJR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
JJ ble for two persona. Call at 1600 Second
avenue; second Boor.
FOR RENT THREE CONVENIENT
rootts. with laundry and cellar, at 1031
Fifteenth street. Rents at ts per month.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS, FIRST
class. with front view and all modern
conveniences. Inquire Cl Twenty-tblrd street.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, steam heat and bath. All modern
conveniences: tbree blocks from postofflce.
fciO Sixteenth street.
T7K3R RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
V front rooms with ail latest modern con
venienses. Met'D if desired Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
OS RENT AN
8-ROOM HOUSE AT 1928
OR RENT STORE AT 29 EAST THIRD
street, Davenport. Iowa. 25 per month.
FOR RENT STORE OCCUPIED BY Mc
Cabe's annex. 219 Eiebteenth street. In
quire ot J. D. Taylor or on the premises.
FOR RENT DESK ROOM. WITH HEAT,
light, telephone, and janitor service. In
quire of Eastman & Co., 1Ti4H becond avenue.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
room, suitable for two persons, very
cheap: with meals if desired. I'iVl Sevrnlh
FOR RENT TWO COTTAGES. MODERN
conveniences. 244 and 284ri Fif th-and-a-
calf avenue. Rock bland. Apply at Charles
E, Hodgson's Insurance agency, room 3, Bu
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
T7K3R SALE TWO-RTORY RESIDENCE OF
.A? eight rooms at 2203 Six h avenue. Inquire
oi u. ix. oaw, at uaiiey s btore.
T7K3R SALE SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE WITH
-a.- oatn, i urn ace. ana ail mouern convenien
ces. Inquire at 930 Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE A NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE,
latest design and built for all modern
conveniences. Will be ready for occupancy
aooutounei. Terrace lot wxiio feet. Apply
at 816 Twelfth street.
TTIOR SALE CHj3AP. A 6-ROOM HOUSE
JL.' and large barn nearly new, and good well
on premises Also 10 good building lots on
paved street between Sixteenth and Eigh'
eenth avenues on Twelfth street Inquire of
John G. Sherman, Ninth street. Fair Grounds,
outn kock isiana.
FOR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
property for sale in all parts of the city:
houses rented; rents collected; money to loan
In any amount on real estate security. Fire
insurance written In oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4573, Goldsmith tt Mo-
Kee, over People s National hank.
TJIOB SALE LOTS IN McENTRY'S AD-
J- dltion by K. J. Burns, room 14, Mitchell a
Lynde building. These lota are on sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street ear lines. Terms to suit pur
LOST AND FOUND.
IOST A LADIES' GOLD WATCH, CRYS
J tal out: gent's picture in back of case.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
to TB A kg us omce.
Fstate of Lewis Wilson, deceased.
Tbe undersigned naving oeen appointed
executor of tbe estate of Lewis Wil
son, late of the county or kock is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice tbat he will appear before
tbe county court of Rock Island county, at
the county oourt room. In the city of Rock Isl
and, at the August term on the first Mon
day In August next, at which time all per
sons naving claims against said estate are no
tified and requested toatienu. xer tne purpose
of having the same adjusted.
A U persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this istn day oi may, a. l. iwi.
L. E. Wilson, Executor.
Don't Be Fooled'
Take the ccalae, erigtaal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Mad enly by Madison Msd
cln Co.. Madisoa, Wis. It
keep you well. Osir trs
mark cut en each package
Price, 35 cents. Nsvsr cai
la Balk. Aceere
IMa tat. As2? "our Anaf
T. H Thomas, sole agent
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A COMPETENT COOK AT ..
Hfl Nineteenth street.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at fiu Twenty-third street.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at 613 Twenty-third street.
VyANTED-GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF
baby. Apply at 524 Sixteenth street at
WANTED COOK AND DINING ROOM
girls at 1923 Second avenue, Wright b
WANTED MALE HELP.
VyANTED A GOOD BELL BOY AT THE
WANTED FIRST CL.SR PAINTERS
at 2848 Fif th-and-and-fcalf avenue
WANTED BOY TO TA ICS CARE OF
horse. Apply at 723 Twentieth street.
WANTED CARRIAGE PAINTERS AND
blacksmiths. Peoria Buggy Manufac
turlrg company, Peoria, 11L
ANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMEBS.
room 18, Hotel Sommers, Moline. x
WANTED 100 NON-UNION OR UNION
carpenters. Good wag-s to good men
and giving fair treatment to all alike. Apply ;
to Rock Island contractors.
WANTED AT ONCE, ACTIVE CAN
vassen to sell our foldirsr wheel babv
ctr.iages in Rock Island. Apply to tbe Fold
ing .Wheel Carriage company, U3-U fsMaTTiai '
street, Datenport, Iowa.
WANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT MAN
agers: 12 000 per year to take charge o f
our phonographs; sonw cash and bond re
quired. American Multiplex Talking Machine
company, 31 Quincy street, Chicago.
WANTED-FOREMAN: GOOD STEADY
position for the right man: must take
charge of wood-worn ing machinerj; good
recommendations required. Call or write at
once. Uusbnell Tank and Fence works. W. J.
Vertrees, Prop., Bu&hneU, 111.
WANTED BOARDERS PARTIR WIS1I
ing good board address "S. 17," Alices
WANTED TO BUY A GOOT SIZFD
second-hand safe. Address 4J.91,' 'ihk
WANTED 6 OR 7 ROOM HOUSE WITH
yard and modern conveniences, if pos
sible. Address "H. 23," ABC us.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. Call before
8:30 a. m. or after 5 p. m. at 2716 Fifth avenue,
WANTED A CENTRtLLY LOCATED
8-room modern dwelling In exebtnge for
suburban property. Can pay cash difference,
if any. Address ' X, 44." argus.
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sale house, recently Incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. SaWry SlOO per
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest SI.lOO in capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Mo.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE FURNITURE, ROCK ISLAND
ts range, IS folding bed, etc. 2S33 Sixth
FOR SALE ST. BERNARD DOG. FIVE
months old. Will sell cheap. Inquire at
521 Twelfth street.
FOR SALE BIG EXPRESS WAGON TEAM
and harness Inquire of Spencer & Trefz,
1907 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A FINE NEW PARLOR
suite, upholstered and of late design. Call
at 1125 Fourth avenue.
TjTOR SALE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD GOODS
X? nearly new. Cheap if taken soon. ' In-.
quire at 621 Twelfth street.
TJK3R SALE A CHOICS 10-ACRE FRUIT
JC farm for sale In South Rook Island. Fine
ly Improved, tsee iteidy Bros.
TTIOR SALE TOCK HARDWARE, TOOLS,
A? cutlery and lixtures. 129 East Third street,
Davenport. Iowa. 13. J. McKee.
TTIOR SALE A GOOD FAMILY "DRIVING
J horse, black, snd weighing about 1.050
natiBda: also aurrev and set of new harneaa.
and one old harness. Address "B, 27," A aGUs.
FOR SALE KILL 'EM QUICK A WHOLE
sale slaughter for bedbues. ants, cook-
roaches, moths and all Insects. David Black
stock's new killer at 25. 50 and 75 cent a
bottle. 616 Seventeenth street. Bock Island
7V3R SALE A HALF SHETLAND PONY
1 sa.)a rlpivai atnslat sis nK1 ;
USUWV, aivw.- oiua'w w Mvuwi W1U Ui m
good saddle animal: also on 6 volume set
one et 4-volume Rid path's History ot tbe
tir M kail UamaAA rtinrlltiir A 1m 1
new (singer ftewiDg machine, inquire of East
man & Co., 17H faecond avenue.
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