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THE AHOTTS. M ON-PAY JUKE 10. 1901.
Published Da1- and Weekly at 1S24 Baaona
At?::(, Rock Island, m. Entered at Ua
Postofflee aa Second-class matier.
TERMS Dally, 10 eeau per week. Weekly,
11.00 per annua In advance.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
bare real Bane attached for publication. No
such article. will be printed otm fletltloua sig
Correspondence solicited from every town
hi p In Rock Ialand county.
Monday, June 10
The idea of a third term for McKin
ley will be discountenanced by Teddy
It's the American theory that all
men are born free and equal, but our
colonial citizens are facing a condl
tion, not a theory.
Justice IIaklan . (republican),
speaking upon the supreme court
decision, says: "It is ?ubversive of
oar form of government." Who dare
say he is an anarchist?
The war in South Africa appears to
ce all over a grain over Urange tree
state. Transvaal and some parts of
Cape Colony. The censor must have
taken frieht at the Boers and run
away from duty for a while.
Justice Brows, of the supreme
court, said: "In one cise decided by
the court regarding our insular pes
sessions, we hold tbat Porto Rico is
a territory of the United States.' In
another we hold that rorto Kico is
not a part of the United States under
the revenue clause 01 tne constitu
tion." lie refused to say anything as
to where the flag and the constitution
PAVING THE WAV.
Congressman Charles II. Grosvenor,
of Ohio, the administration mouth
piece and pathfinder in the Bnckeve
state, has added bis mite to theMcKin
ley third term movement, tie can
see no valid reason why the present
executive should not again succeed
himself, lie declares the American
opposition to third term presidents is
purely a matter of sentiment and the
unwritten law on tne subject is mere
fiction. He further intimates that
Washington has been given entirely
too mncn credit for declining to stand
for a third time, and that the only
reason why the first chief magistrate
did not run again was that he had
fears that he could not be elected.
Now the question that naturally
comes is, if Washington, great as he
was, felt it impolitic from his own
standpoint, to say nothing of the
broader spirit that his countrymen
have always attributed to him, to be
come a candidate lor a third term,
what do 's McKinley expect the people
to do with such aspirations on his
' 50 EXTKA SESSION.
President McKinley 's announcement
that existing conditions do not require
or warrant the calling of an extra
session of congress was to have been
expected in view of the fact that the
administration's colonial policy is al
ready adequately sanctioned by the
federal supreme court's ruling.
In its interpretation of the consti
tution the supreme court may not be
fairly criticised as thus becoming re
sponsible for tne government s man
agement of the colonial problem.
President McKinley's policy with re
gard to the Philippines and Porto
Rico was determined upon and in
augurated without waiting for consti
tutioaal authority. It is a policy
which is permissible under certain
views of constitutional interpretation
These methods have been presented
by the supreme court.
It must be taken for granted, in
view of recent developments, that the
president is in no further danger of
finding himself acting contrary to the
constitution when he exercises to the
utmost the power placed in his hands
by the bpooner reso ution. The bt
Louis Republic well savs: "TheVolo
nial policy for which he is responsible
is an imperial polity, but it can be en
forced as matters now stand. The
government of the Philippines and of
Porto luco mav be such a government
as the president decrees, working
through a congress made subservient
by the pleasantly compelling exercise
of federal patronage. A constitu
tional amendment that will definitely
establish tne rignts of our new Amer
lean citizens before the law is now the
only means whereby we can maintain
the principles upon which this govern
ment was- founded. The aristocracy
of citizenship created by recent devel
opments the recognition of the citi
zens of the states as the superiors and
rulers of the citieas of the colonies
is un-American to the last degree, but
Dr. Bull's Cough fciyrup cures Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Croup,
Whoopiner-Cougt and Measle-Coujjo
without fail. All mothers praiso it.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Quick, sure results.
III 3 I V V K. 1ET 11 I 1 'I '
Cas-aS II If ill bsafrBb mmm BsVjM m-tcw
Alwavs cures when others fail.
ft can now be correctively reached
only by constitutional amendment.
The American people must understand
Why iBaci isbub Xerer Married.
w"Mr.tBucrunan, who was the first
(bachelorfelecn id to the. presidency, was
,65 years of. af,-e when elecled and had
deliberately giifen himself! to a life. of
celibacy." wrifi's William ) Terrine t In
.TbeLadies' Home Journal.
v4,Inttheldays wbou be was ai young
lawyer;of JLancastr,.lti., be bad loved
MlasiCohnnan, a beautiful daiKhter of
a etflzeutof Uhat town. Tbeyliad been
engaueilfto be married wben one day
he wa si surprised to r-is-i ve.froiu her a
request to 'release herefrom the prom
ise. According to MV. George -Tick-nor
Curtis, the separation originated in
a misunderstanding onuihe part of the
lady, wl vas uuiisi-fcilly sensitive,
over KonieVuiall matter exaggerated by
giddy.. and indiscreet "tongues. Soon
after Mlieestrsixig'nieut she vas sent
to -Philadelphia . and tiere died sud
denly. 'Throughout the restfuf bis life, or for
nearly half a century Mr. Buchanan
is not . known tot havelrevealed to any
body the eireuuistauces of this ro
mantic tra fatly, llewould only uay
that it had changed his. hopes and
plans and bad led him uiore deeply
than ever into'polltlcs as abstraction
from his grief. In Ms old-age, long
after he had retired iK-rmanently to
private life, he called uttr-ntlon to a
package containing, he saal, the pa
pers and. relics which would explain
the causes of his youthful sorrow and
which be preserved evideutly with the
Idea of revealing them before his
death. But when he died-and bis will
was read it vas found that he had di
rected that the lockage should be
burned without being opened, and his
Injunction vas obeyed."
f Corner Second and Harrison Streets, Davenport, Iowa. X.Meucer.
After the famine of 1S47 laccmaking
was revived In Ireland. I.iuierick, the
most successful Irish lar-e. Is not real
ly a lace at all. It Is tambour work up
on net and muslin.
The Irish ioint. so called, is the an
lont iit ivnrt. 1k!ii Html, in nuite the
same vay. J X
Net was first ruade by machinery In
17CS. The machine vas an adaptation
of the stocking loom to laceiuaking
and vas cumbrous and not very effect
Ive.f In 1S01 John Heathcote, a farm
ersson, evolved from consciousness
and exoerienee the first machine to
make true lobbIuet with perfect six
sided boles. It brought a great hue and
cry about his ears from laeeworkcrs.
who fancied they saw themselves thus
reduced to beggary.
The Luddites broke Into the factory
where the machiues were first set up
and made scrap iron and kindling wood
of them. The only result was to drive
the new manufacture to other and
safer quarters. For long the secret of
the machine's construction vas most
jealously guarded by Kugiish manufac
turers. Not satisfied with letters pat
cut they kept up a coast patrol to make
sure that nobody took model or draw
ings to France.
At last, though, they were outwitted.
A discharged workman who had the
plan of it in his mind managed to get
safe over sea and build a machine in
Tha Grand Trunk Railway System
frill grant free side trip to Buffalo to
holders of summer tourist tickets
reading over its line via Niagara Falls,
giving an opportunity to visit the
Time tables, etc., can be obtained
on application to the city passenger
and ticke'. agent, 219 Clark street,
Saves Two From Daata.
"Oar little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
land, of Arinonk, N. Y., "but when
all other remedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery
Oar niece, who had consumption in an
advanced stage, alto used this won
derful medicine and today she is per
fectly well." Desperate throat and
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for coughs and colds
50 cents and f 1 bottles guaranteed
bv Hartz A Ullemeyer. Trial bottles
Mother Uray's Sweet Fowdere
for Children. Mother Gray, for years
a nurse in the Children's Home in
New York, treated children success
folly with a remedy, now prepared
and placed in drug stores, callsd
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children, ibev are harmless as
milk, pleasant to take and never fail
A certain cure for feverishness, con
stipation, headache, teething and
stomach disorders and remove worms.
At all druggists, 25 cents. Sample
sent free. Address Allen . Ulmsted,
LeRoy. N. Y.
Chronic BhtoautUm Cared.
Dr. II. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., says: "For several months
after spraining my ankle I was severe
ly auiictea witn rheumatism. X nnaiiy
tried Detchon'a MystioCnre for Rheu
matism, and in four days could waiK
without my cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mys
tic Cure to all who are afflicted with
rheumatism." Sold by Otto Grotian,
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gnstave Schlegel & Son, 220 West
Sccend street, Davenport.
Danger, disease and death follow
neglect of the bowels. Use DeWitt's
Little Early Risers to regulate them
and you will add years to your life
and life to your years. Easy to take,
never gripe. B. H. Bicber and liartz
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
TflOK SALE AN 8-ROOM HOUSE WITH
i . ceuar. gooa well and cistern
uiisinni WHO lot 0UX113,
I..'i00. Immiri? &t
shoe shop, rear of Leader shoe
FREE FERR Y , TICKETS.
Good for Season 1901.
Oar agent will be at the Davenport landing and will distributo cou
pons which when presented at the Boston Store will entitle you to
Two Free Ferry Tickets. Coupons will be distributed each day . from
9:30 to 11:30 a. m. and 2:00 to 5:00 p. m.
Let the Better Boat Win the Cup. Let the Better
Store Win Your Trade.
All We Ask is a Fair Field and No Favor.
A GREAT JDNE SALE!
Commencing Tuesday, June llth, Continuing
When you inquire after these bargains you will find them as ad
vertised and lind plenty of each article. Kindly make note of this
distinguishing feature of our Special Sales. Djn't wait until the last
day of the sale as some of the bargain i may be sold out.
Elkwood Apron Ginghams, c hecks, no mill ends, but full piece
goods, for yard Jc
We place 100 pieces on sale. The best A 1 Oil Cloth, in fancies
only, (no seconds) a yard jQq
50 dozen pure wnite Huck Fringed Towels with fast red bord
ers, each 4q
Another solid case of that famous "1492" full bleached 36 inch
wide Muslia, a yard
100 pieces En broideries, Swisses, Dimities an I Lawns, worth
l'Oj and 25c
75 pairs of tine imparted Wash Fabrics that sold at 65c and
Including such fabrics as embroidered batistoj. dotted silk mous
selaine. Da Soie. Satin striped figured Dimities, !.autiful Shirt Waist
Fabrics, etc. All new swell colorings.
During This Sale Only
We will make our Free Crayon Portrait olTer good with each
2 50 purchase. Daring this paid with a purchase of t' 50
worth of merchandise in any or all department you can m
cure a 16x20 life-size bust portrait absolutely free.
$1.69 and f 1.50 colored sa
teen flounced skirts .. . . f 1. 19
75 J and $1 shirt waists,
your choice 29c
Boys' "Mother's Friend" $1
waists for 4Sc
9x12 all wool Smyrna car
pet rugs for 14.95
9x10.1 brussels carpet rugs
for 8 95
12c 3t inches wide silko
lines for a yard oc
Men's 50c French balbrig
gan underwear for each. . S'.c
50 dozen men's demi-laun-
dried shirts, attached cu flfs
and two separate collars,
as good as many $ I shirts
Men's 39c negligee shirts all
Ladies' pure linen handker
chiefs, with one-half,
three-quarter and one
inch hem, slightly mussed
the regular prices are
37 c and 50c, choico of
entire lot each
Another lot that sold for
Gold hair barrettes, new
st vies for 50c, 25c and. . .
1,000 hat pins with jewel
setting for 3c
100 pillow tops the 50c kind
Double fold one-half wool
dress goods, novelties and
plaids worth 25c for per
Duka ' Goods Dollars
75c and fl colored dress
goods yard 49c
$1.50 and $2 black dress
goods, percales, crepon,
etc.. for yard
Good 7c brush binding.yard
12 J c bleached and un
bleached crashes, yard . .
7o and S3 checked and
barred white goods for,
25c good tiu mmer corsets . . 153
Bovs' 1.50 fine felt hats for "JSc
For boys from 6 to 12 years
Boys' f 2 Fedora straw hats
For bcys from 6 to 12
Boys' rough and line straw
sailors. $1.50 hat-i for . . .1.25
Ladies' $1.25 Sandal! slip
pers for. .
Children's, boys and Misses'
high grade shoes, sold
for $2.60, 2 25, 2.75 choice. 1
200 $1.50 fine steel rod pier
ola umbrellas, handsome
style handles, warranted
fast black for 92c
Bittenberg patterns at
greatly reduced price;
three lots, 42c, 25c and..
Roger's 1817" 12-pcnny
weight knives and forks,
regular $2.50 grade, for
We have an immense
"Roger's 1847" and
silverware for June
200 odd French china plates
worth up to 50c for 25c
5. 0C0 jelly glasses for each 2c
Colored velvet ribbons, 7, 9
and 12 widths for .'. 10c
A great line of fancy ribbons
for trimming and neckwear at
25c. 15c and 10c. Worth one
121 c percalincs and percales
black, grays and drabs
5c machine oil, bottle .. . . 2c
Good pins, paper lc
21 -inch $1 liberty satin and
foulard silks for 69c
"If we thought these articles wouldn't interest the public or that
you would not come and get some of these big bargains we would not
spend money in newspaper space. We want to sell the goods, hence
we advertise them. Our announcements are not disappointing.
NICE HOME IN SOUTH
With -'1( foot frnmi.. ..n
Ninth street, one block SOU th t t Kf aiirL- a
store. Will trade or sell, lnnulr of w c.
FOR SALE WE HAVE A NICE LITTLE
borne of six rooms in good locality and m
excellent condition, which, it purchased soon,
can be had at at excellent bargain. Gold
smith & McKee. a
FOR SALE A MODERN U-ROOM HOITSE
on Fifth avenue, m,50a An excellent
bargain on easy payments If taken at once,
ror further particulars Inquire of John N.
Boro, 1D04 Third avenue.
FOR SALE A
NEW B-ROOM HOUSE,
aDd built for all nnulprn
conveniences. Will be ready f or occuduuc v
about June 1. Terrace lot 4cxll0 feet. Apply
at 816 Twelfth street.
"CUHt SALE WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT
A. bargain in central buhinew district of the
city: 0-room cottage in excellent condition,
leased for one year at $15 per month; lot 3tx
150. This Is an excellent Holding and will en
hance greatly in value: in the meanwhile it
pays 7 per cent net on the investment. Uold
kmith A McKee.
TilOR SALE-CHEAP. A 5-ROOM HOUSE
-L and large barn nearly new, and good well
on premises. Also 10 good building lots on
paved street between Sixteenth and Eighv
eenth avenues on Twelfth street Inquire of
John G. Sherman. Ninth street. Fair Grounds,
South Rock Island.
TJIOR SALE-CHOICE BARGAINS IN
A- 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 4o7t. Goldsmith & Mc
Kee, over People's National baua.
TTIOR SALE LOTS IN McENIKY'S AD
JJ dltlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell ft
Lycde building. These lota are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
treeta. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
treat street car linos. Terma to ault pur-ohaaer.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FORSALE GROCERIES ANOFIXTURES.
Inouire at &! West Second ttreet, Dav
T7X3R SALE A CHOICE 10-ARE
Sj farm for sale in South Rock Island.
ly Improved, bee Keidy Broa.
FOR SALE AN ALMOST NEW SIX
pocket pool tabic. Also a good S-foot
awning, inquire oi vv. v. maucser.
TTIOR SALE HAY HORSE. WEIGHT
A? about DUO poucds. single harness and light
open Duggy. i.10 for entiro outfit. Inquire Of
Albert 'limberlake, 7,M Thirty-ninth street.
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS CHICAGO
cottage organ, pood as new, will be sold
for less than one-fourth its value if taken by
Tuesday. Panics leaving city. Inquire of
Mrs. Lynn, 11-4 Fifteenth street.
TTIOR S ALE A HALF SHETLAND PONY
A? Gentle, driven single or double and Is a
good saddle animal: also 00 6 volume set
Adam Clarke commentary, full calf binding;
one et 4-volumc KidpaltTs History of the
World. half Morocoo binding. Also one almost
new Niuner sewlct; 111 ae blue. Inquire otCisi
man & Co., 17H!i Second avenue.
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST A PLAN BETWEEN SECOND
Ji and Third avenues and Nineteenth
street Return to ITU First avenue and be
TOST A LADIES' GOLD WATCH, CRYS
J tsl out; rent s picture In back of case.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
1 to m a a Htics omce.
rnO EXCHANGE RESIDENCE FOR SU-
X burban lots or acres. Address
A kg us.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAfi IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also choice
property for sale ana rent. w. l uoyne,
S30 bevonteentn street, up stair.
fONZY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
J.U. gage loans by W. H Eastman, ITU 8eo-
jnd avenue, without publlty or removal. Ha
also mtxni collections hard onea a aseelalty
rrTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
V V monds, watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. AU business transactions strictly
connaentiai. .His new number ana location,
I 23 second avenue in t forget It. i. vf
Jones. Two rings on 1347
June 8 McCabe, Hurst & Guycr to
Lars P. Nielson, part lot 7, C. F.
Mueller's plat of part nel 6, 17, lw,
W. R. Moore to city of Moline, part
lot 7, block 4. Atkinson's second add,.
rauline Van Durman to Servaes
Dieriskse, part lot 63., first add., E Ige
wood park. Rock Iiland. $700.
L veriest lierbranat to tawsra
Coryn. lot 8, block 2, Daebelliehn's
add.. Moline, $1.
Edward Coryn to Pelsgie lierbrandt,
lot 8, block 2. D&ebeMtenn's add , Mo
E'zema, salt rheum, tetter, chaf
ii g, ivy poisoning and all skin tor
tures are quickly cured by DoWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. The certain pile
cure. 15. il. liieber and liartz & Ullemeyer.
Universal satisfaction jlvea bj
The Real Estate Known
Comprising sixteen acres situated
between Thirth-eighth and Forty-second
streets. Fifth avenue
on the south and the Sylvan
water on the north.
This Land Is Improved
With one commodious residence
and e'ght cottages. The eleva
tion of the land makes it very de
"sirable for residence purposes,
and is one of the most desirable
locations between Rock Island and
Moline for homes for mechanics
employed in Moline or Rock Isl
and and especially, for employes
at Rock Island Arsdnal.
The Estate Is for Sale In Whole
or In Part.
For Further Information Apply to
DR. BYRON GORDON.
and Spiritual Healer
Is now permanently located at 1327
Scond avenue. She gives psychic
treatment for succe.a fh business,
love affairs, chronic diseases, habits,
poverty and in harmony. Will eive
advice on any subject for 25 cents.
Full life reading do cents, feixtn blatc
test reading $1.00.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or No charges.
by advertising in The Akgcs want col
umns. Let an Arc. us want ad lind a new house
or apartment for you. It will save you
time and energy and money.
Do away with the inconvenience of hunt
ing a house; let the house hunt you. Ar
gus want ads will find anything you want.
The cost is very low, and the results are
prompt and pleasing.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Qulro at 18
WANTED SITUATION HY EXPERI
enced stenographer, gentleman, who
has also a good knowledge ot bookkeeping.
Addrets "G 11.'' A ho us
WANTED SITUATION AS HOl'SE
keeper or to do housework in omull
family by middle aged lady: neat and thor
oughly reliable. Inquire at 1412 Third avenue.
FOR RENT ROOMiJ.
OR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
and barn at 1116 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
at 1011 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
able for two persons at
TITOR RENT ONE OR TWO NIF.LY FUR
A? cished rooms with every convenience at
1116 Second avenue.
TTIOR RENT A FTJRNISHEDROOMSTJITA--17
ble for two persona. Call at 1608 Second
avenue; second floor.
FOR RENT THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms to right party. No children. Call
rt to 7 p. m. at 1515 Fifth avenue, Moline. . C.
T7K)R RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
AJ rooms, steam heat and bath. All modern
conveniences; three blocks from pobtomce.
biO Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
front rooms with all latest modem con
veniences. Meals if desired Easy. walking
distance to business center. 1000 Se venteenth
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
R RENT EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE AT ?ni
1-ourth avenue. Iciiuire 705 Fourth ave-
FOR RENT A f.RCOM
Inquire of J. D.
FOR RENT DESK ROOM. WITH HEAT,
light, telephone, and j.initor service. In
quire of Eastman & Co., iru ssecoud avenue.
TTIOR RENT FOUR ROOMS FOR HOUSE
JL' keeping, furnished or unfurnished, with
bath, at 3olrt Fifth avenue. Inquire on prem
ises. FOR RENT A HOARDING HOUSE, ALL
furnished, with 10 steady boarders. Good
location. Ver low rent. Cll at once. toa
B'OR RENT OR SALE CHEA I COTTAGE
:n Sears, with good well and cistern, larae
lot and fruit trees. Apply to T. J. Mediil,
FOR RENT FOUR FIVE ROOM FLATS,
with all modem conveniences opposite
C. R. I. & P. depot. Rent 15 ech fiat. For
particulars call on Hull & Co.. Kock Island, or
telephone G. A. Koester, 6 JO Davenport.
WANTED TO RENT.
CTT ANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
TV en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-fifth streets and Fiftn and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," abgcs.
BLUE-EYED BRUNETTE. NICE LOOK
tng. has 17.000; is fond of home and chil
dren; would marry affectionate, honest gen
tleman. Address Miss Laura, drawer U. Chi
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED GIRL AT WILLIAMSON'S
restaurant. IJ Twentieth street.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Icqulre at iI Nineteenth
WANTED A COMPETENT GERMAN
girl for general housework at l80S'i Sec
WANTED LADY AGENTS, ATTENTION.
A splendid opportunity to make big
money. Address P. U. box 55. city.
WANTED A COMPETENT COOK; HIGH
est wastes paid. Apply to Mrs. Mary
Kuhnen, 70' Perry street, davenport.
WANTED MALE HELP.
ANTED A GOOD DELL BOY AT THE
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steady work. Apply
room 18, Hotel bommers, MoKnc
WANTED POSITIONS OPEN FOR TWO
good men. Must be good salesmen;
city work. Address "P. T.," this oftice.
WANTED FOUR OR FIVE YOUNG MEN
age between 15 and 5T5. Call on lrof.
Oliver Dodliuao, -ill Fifth avenue, Molme,
from 7 till 8 p. m. Up stsirs.
WANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT MAN
agers: FJ.000 per year to take charge of
our phonographs; some cash and bond re
quired. American Multiplex Talking Machine
company, 21 tjuincy street, Chicago.
WANTED ROOM AND HOARD WITH
private famiJv for one gentleman. Ad
dress Dentist, Akocs oflice.
WANTED ROOM AND HOARD WITH
private family, or furnished rooms for
llifht houseaecr)ing. Address "C 23.' Hwja
ANTED HpSTLINQ AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. Call before
S:30 a, m. or after 5 p. m. at 2719 Fifth avenue,
WASTED-A.N ESTABLISHED WHOLE
saie house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. Sal4ry Hu0 per
month, expenses and commission. Must in
vest l.ilV in capital stock of company, on
which dividend of a per eent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 410, Kansas City, Mo.
SEE WILLIAMSON FOft STORAGE
Money loaned cn household goods; 1515
WANTED iOOD. RELIABLE OILSALES
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker OU and Implement company, Cleve
EXCHANGE RE A L ESTATE F1VE-
room cottage in excellent loca'ion for
rentiog to exchange for good residence lots.
Address D. C. S., Akgus.
DETECTIVES WE WANT A SHARP,
responsible man in every city and town
to do secret service work. a day for actual
service. Postage for reply. International
L'ctectlve agency, Milwaukee. Wis
RAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2JOb Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue.
If you have any rags, rubber, etc.. to soil.
I will come to your house and pay you from
50 to 75 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to 5o a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention. U. 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. A 11 kinds of stove repairing and
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 1615
Seaond avenue. Telephone number 48M.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADB
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mail Is the one paper in Moline
that can do It for you. Mall wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results. One-halt cent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash In ad
vance. 2-cent stampn will do. Kvenlnr an
Sunday Mall. Moline. 111.
W. L. Douglas
Patent Kid Men's
fir. Ball's PtS car Conatipatioa. s plus ioOt
for tne Lvorri
& Ullemeyer. -
Hours from 1 to 9 p. m.