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Tire ausus. fciday. jtixe 21, 1901.
Published Da"- ana Weekly at Baflond
Rock Island, HI. Entered M the
Postotfle aa Second-class miuer.
IK TBI KAHE OF J. W. POTTIB.
TERMS Dally. 10 cents per week. WeeUy,
1.0O per annum in advance.
All communications of political or arraiBen
tatlve character, political or religious, must
bare real name attached for publication. No
auch article. will be printed over tetlUoua all
naiarea Correspondence eoUelted from very town
hip in Rook Island county.
Fkidat, Jcne 21.
The Omaha News says: "Iowa
may never have a president, bnt it is
a chilly campaign in which it does
not have a candidate."
There. is now only one'hitch in the
final settlement of the Chinese prob
lem. It's a shame the ministers don t
let up on hitching, and drive on. .
Secretary ok State Koe has the
thanks of The Daily A kg us for a
bound volume of the laws enacted at
the recent session of the legislature.
Prof. Maxim e M. Kovalesky is on
the ocean somewhere enroute to Chi
cago university to speak at decennial
exercises that are already over. He
uses a Greek calendar.
Lots of women voted at a special
election at Catskill, N. Y. The ques
tion was whether the town should
accept a $20,000 Carnegie library.
The library was accepted.
A 13-inch shell fell from the battle
ship Oregon to a lighter in San Fran
cisco harbor and did not explode.
Praise services will be held Sunday
that the shell behaved so nobly.
Members of the French chamber of
deputies have presented a bill which
virtually means a war on religion.
There'll be a merry lot of throat-cut-ting
if the French of the present day
get to lighting over that sub act.
Still, the French deputies occasionally
show gleams of almost human in
telligence, and may refuse to start
The captain of the big battleship
Massachusetts, who, for the mere pur
pose of being smart, took his ship out
of the Brooklyn navy yard through
Hell Gate, and narrowly escaped a
mishap, -should be released of his
command for his foolhardiness. There
was no occasion or emergency to jus
tify such a venturesome, hazardous
If it is desired to liven np the Ohio
republican convention, somebody in
mat Douy mignt start a rousing pres
idential boom for J. B. Foraker.
Cuyahoga county isn't going to carry
any oricks into tnat gatnering, but
there'll be one robust, short-necked
man on the delegation who'll be will
ing to throw boots, jewelry and what
ever solids he has with him. Mark
Andrew Carnegie gave Glassy
university millions and Glasgow uni
versity has made him an LL. I). Judg
ing by his magazine articles Andrew
wouia nave to go a long ways back in
his education to begin to win that
AfAl t a. a
iu.e in me usual way. Time is
money. Also, occasionally, money is
time, ue geis in two minutes, by
money power, what it might take him
20 years to get by brain power.
Charlie Kurtz, Senator Foraker's
political manager, announces that
Hanna has bossed Ohio long enough.
And thus the work of harmony goes
memiy on, sir. uanna having al
ready announced that If the Ohio re
publicans get a licking next fall, Mr.
roraker will be to blame for it. The
harmony in the Ohio political atmos-
pnere is aireadv almost thick enough
to cut with a 'knife. The Cleveland
Press suggests that maybe this ac
counts for the tremendous demand
for knives at the hardware stores
AS TO SUBMARINE BOATS.
With the revival of interest In eub-
marine boats caused by the decision
of the Russian admiralty to construct
several, the Russians are claiming tolderful medicine and today she is por
have perfected this species of boat as I
long ago as 1895.
in ma jear a suriwanne ooai, said I
A , . VI . ' . . . I
io uo luttiniaining on me i
surface a speed of 60 knots and be-1
neatb it of 30, made a successful trip
M J . i rr . . 1
Is said by Russians to have been sub
merged 15 days, the time spent in
covering the coupie of hundred miles
between those two points.
Its motive power was derived from
naphtha, but apparently tne details
of this marvelous boat are not avail
irom uuesai m oevssiupoi. xne ooatifree.
able for the public, one carried a
crew of 36 men.
plenty or seeds this TEAR. i
Conirressmen will have for distribu-l
tion this year double the allowmentl
of seeds they have heretofore been I
given, and in addition each one will I
have 60 trees at his disposal. They
will be of different varieties, selected
particularly with a view to suiting the
climate in which they win te grewn.
Many of these will.be nut trees, such
as pecans and other varieties which
will grow in this country. Secretary
Wilson determined to distribute trees
with a hope of implanting a love of
trees in the breasts of the people and
Inciting them to follow the example
set by the department as well as to
have a permanent showing for the
money expended. In addition to the
trees distributed. 33,300,384 packages
of seeds will be distributed.
Each congressman will have at his
disposal 14.000 packages of vegetable
seeds. 400 of flowers. 110 of tobacco. 40
of cotton, 30 of lawn grass, 25 of
sugar beets. 60 of forage crops, 220
bulbs, 150 strawberries, and 40 of
S he straw oerries win oe new ana
rare varieties and the grapes are yet
to be selected.
w TJHE BRITISH TOURIST.
He Was IM-annl)r Surprised bythe
(Train Boy's Attentions.,
The British tourist sat In the cjar and
gazed Idly across the bleak wralries,
He felt a slight touch and, looking
around, foundUhat a unlfornictl youth
bad deposited i several ruddy, fornnges
.ne uiun r. wait ror tue money," re-
marketfytbe tourist, gazing from! the
fruit tothe rapidly 1 retreating train
"Ile nevcr does," said U be feliuw pas
senger, vtth a knowing smile.
"Oh, I set'! It is one of thel advan
tages of your great railroad (system.
Free fruit furllts patrons."
The Brltisii tourist was Justjpceling
the second orange when a dainiy pack
age of chocolate coufectloneryt.was de
posited on his knee.
"By Jove," bo exclaimed enthusias
tically, "this fc delightful! When I re
turn home, I snail write a paper on tho
excellence of American travel."
In less than ton minutes be was tho
recipient of another package. It was a
little box contalnfng a black cigar and
"No wonder you t Americans like to
travel," be said, biting the bitter end
of the cigar. Then be found that a
comic publication had found .its way
to his seat.
"This is great!" be grinned. "I am
going to tip the boy. Wait n moment."
The train boy baited, and the tourist
beld out a dime.
"What Is that for?" asked the boy.
"You owe-me a half, mister."
"Owe? I thought you were giving
these things away?"
"Not today. The half, please."
"But why don't you take the money
when you leave the stuff?"
"Because w'd never sell It."
The tourist reluctantly banded over
"Going to write about the excellenco
of American travel?" asked the fellow
"Not I." responded the British tour
1st. "I am going borne and tell the na
tion about the tram robberies over
Vitality of Hebrews.
If the future population of the earth
la to be estimated on the basis of race
vitality, then there is no question but
that the Hebrews will yet be in the
majority. Statistics show that the
average longevity of the Hebrew race
Is greater than that of any other. Their
numbers must therefore be Increasing
relatively to every race, and they cer
tainly are. Whether it is due to the
sanitary measures eujoined by their re
ligion or because of native vitality is
for students of sociology to decide, but
the fact still remains. Yet numbers
are not always to control the destiny
of the race, and it is to be supposed
that fraternity and good sense are slow
ly wiping out race distinctions. Bos
A Humble Apolony.
"We feel that an apology Is due," ex
plains the editor of the Spiketown Bliz
zard, "to the estimable young woman
who teaches at the schoolhouse In Dis
trict No. 5. Through the wretched
blunder of a worthless tramp printer
whom we trusted with the setting tip
of an Item Just as we were closing the
forms for our last week's edition we
were made to say that 'Miss Ruby Me
ConnelL the handsome and popular
teacher In Itlggs neighborhood, is the
proud possessor of an elegant new
black beard.' We wrote it "black
board.' "Chicago Tribune.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
Iand, of Armonk, N. Y., "but when
all other remedies failed, we saved her
1 T fa vritli fit" K'fnrv'a aw TV ipnvurv. t
Our niece, who had consumption in an I
advanced stage, also used this won
fectly well." Desperate throat and
inn diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for coughs ami colds.
50 cents and fl bottles guaranteed
bv Hartz & Ullemeyer. Trial bottles
A Narrow Escape From Dstb.
A well known dentist, while attend
ing a patient, let his instrument slip
and it 'penetrated his finger. ot
thinking it of much consequence, he
dismissed the matter from his mind.
but after a few days his finger became
festered, the little hole made by the
instrument turned into a dangerous
sore. He sought medical aid, but it
did no good. The sore grew worse
and worse, blood poisoning set in,
which kept him from his practise
several weeks besides nearly costing
him his life. If he or his physician
had only known what I-o-do would
do, he would have had no trouble at
all. I-o-do is an antiseptic It keeps
6ores clean, free from germs and all
other poisons, is a sure proof against
blood poison. It heals from tho bot
tom, docs not heal the top of sores.
leaving them to break out anew. 25
cents a box. All druggists.
. COCSTt TIXFLK
June 19 Mary Stapleton to Wiley
Morton, e 21 feet of lot 5, block 2,
Ben Harper's second attlon. Rock Is
Clement Cushman to Wallace
Treich'.er, lot 4. block 1, Woodruff &
Sears lirst addition. Sears, f 750.
A Terrible Kxploslon
'Of a gasoline stove burned a lady
ere frightfully," writes N. E. Palmer,
of Kirkman, Iowa. "The best doc
tors couldn't beal the running sore
that followed, but Bncklen's Arnica
Salve entirely cured her." Infallible
for cuts, corns, sore, boils, bruises,
skin diseases and piles. 25 cents at
Hartz & Ullenieyer's.
told me my cough
One Minute Cough
v-ure made me & well man." Norris
Silver, North Stratford. N. H. Be
cause you've not found relief from
stubborn cough, don't despair.
une Minute Cough Care has cured
thousands and it will cure you. Safe
and sure. B. H. Bieber and Hartz &
UNTIL JULY 1.
Boohs for Summer
R. Crampton & Co
Of popular fiction, 250 talcs,
Kecent Copyright Books.
Special edition in cloth that
have sold for $1.50, now.... 48c
Any of tbs New Current Books
In stock, usual price $1 50, for
this slae 95c
The British I'oets.
35c to 40c. Make handsome
gift books. '
Little Women Series.
By Louis M. Alcott, reduced
from $1 50 to 95c
The Elsie books fi"r
In cloth, including Abbott's
History and Hcnty Books, at
40 percent discount. A line
of Board Juveniles, 50 per '
New Edition of Mary .1. Holmes'
Popular Novels, until recently
sold at tl.ou, now 75c
Paper Covered Books.
Just what vou want for sum
mer outings, 5c, 10c and. . . .
SOth Century Cook Book.
Newer and better than the
White House Cook Book, pub
lished at $2.50, special price
Dr. Chafes' Iteclpe Book.
New edition; information for
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary.
Leather binding and index, for
merly Bold at $3 88, more re
cently at $2.50, for this sale $1,50
Webster's Handy Dictionary,
320 pages, 1,900 words, 25c,now
The New Keady Keckoner.
And interest tables, worth 50c,
Antoblocrapby of Black Hawk,
The story of his life a told by
himself, $1, now 50c
Souvenir of Itork Island.
Beautifully illustrating the
city, the Island and tho
Watch Tower, in envelopes
ready to mail, regular prico
25c, now 15c
Complete sets of the great authors
Sir Walter Scott.
And a host of others. Various
prices and discounts.
People's Standard History of the
From tho Norsemen to the Cu
ban war. Six large volumes
bound in half Russia, a sump
tuous work bv El ward S.
Ellis, A. M. $25, wo will
sell a few sets for
Job Lots of Illustrated Works.
The World's Fair.
The Hawaiian Islands.
Scenes All Over tho World.
At one-quarter the original price
Attractive Stationery Prices.
A lot of high grade tinted note
paper in boxes, worth 35c... JSC
Note paper in pound package,
for this sale, only 20c
Tablets, discount of 20c
Walt I'aper and Borders.
One-half oil present prices.
Plctorss and Frames.
We discount at 25 to 50 per cent,
according to salcability.
R. CRAMPTON & CO
VACATION SALE FOR THE NE3
TWO WEEKS INTILCJULY
Corner Second and Harrison Streets, Davenport, lowa.
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
. Good for Season 1901.
Oar agent will baat the Dtveaport
; p?ns which wnen presented at tne
Two Free Ferry lickets. Coupins
3:30 to 11:30 a. m. and 2:00 to 5:00 p. m.
All our "Mother's Friend" and
for Boys, each
Boys' 1. f9 and $1.75 Sailors and
Rn v Tnur Shoes here and rp.t
k All our trimmed $ 4, b and ?6 Hats for. ... 2.08 K
4 The balance of those $20 and $25
:1 Aft oe i e T Out-, n ' .
t, fi.M aau fi in uuiii i matin
Children's School sailors
The Interesting Sale of
10.000 pieces dainty, well made, well proportioned uadermus-
lins now on sale you cau't make
r. even if vou are fond of sewing and
y it see tho 10c. 25o. 50c, 75c. $1 00.
Good Summer Corsets, pair
$1 50 Wrappers at
About ten dozen more of those $1
to close, each
COO Shirt Waist Patterns in Lawns, Dimities
worth 50e. choice of 500 styles, pattern
25c choice 350 after dinner cups and saucers, worth up to $1,
Tom A. Marshall
crrs ji.v? TotYNtrARor
lliftliuf ton, lows.
ColuiuttUri Jc, Iowa.
Cttlar lUpt.l-, Iowa.
IIH Moiueo, Iowa.
Kirk wood. III.
ML tliUNUit, lows.
Ntw KoKton, III.
hortb IlrniK-raou, LC
Om iiin, ill.
l'ort lij ron. 111
iTairie C'ny, 111.
Hh k Ilitcd, aJi.
K" a.tilB, 111.
hwnu c"rwt. III.
tst. AuKUftiitA, UX
Taylor Ki.itfo, HL
Wnluut Orof, IU.
'wt Iattt-rly, lows.
Yftloo City. III.
CHASE, HODGSON . .
Flro Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., Newark, N.J.
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. tato or ill., ivoczrora, ill
Odico, Room 3, Iluford block. Hates
M low m consistent wltu scourlt
J. M. Buford,
Tbe old fire and
panies Be presetted
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as ssy
can alTord. Your
l if l 4 .,'
landing and will distribute cou-
uiston btore will entitle you to
will be distributed each diy from
other brands H and 75c Waists V
Straw Fedoras for 98c I
comfortable. ofrlieS dinni lrr
Pattern Hats for. choice 10.00 y
sis, yuui vuuico I.z5
RoyaI MasIIa Underwear."
them for the rrice we ask no, not
your time is valueless to prove
$1.25 and $1.50 lots.
and 75c Shirt Waists left,
WANTED TO RENT.
ItrA.NTED-TO KENT. A IiOl'SK OF 9
t crn rooms wuriuiouern couvcuiences.
Address -'J. C, AKtus.
WT A N TKD TO KENT A HOUSE OFSEV
en orelcnt rooms between Seventeentb
ana xwenty-uciti streets and Klfth and Fourtb
avenues. Address "li," Augus.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
T7IOR SALK-A HCTCnER'S REFRIOEKA-
i. tor in good condition.' Apply ut loia Set
Foil SALIC A LARi:
tor: also it lady s
2b30 Seventh avenue.
A SIZE KEKKIGERA
tuh fc-rade bicycle, at
IJX)R SALE A CHOICS IO-ACRE FRHIT
A: farm for sle In South Rock Island. Flr.3
ly Improved. seo Keidy lros.
FOR SAU-:-UORSE AND HCGCY NICK
ladies' driver or saddler. Address V. II.
K., A Ki.cs oillce, or Innuire ut Frick'b livery.
FOR SALE A HORSE. HARNESS AND
runabout, cbeap. Also tancv trees a:id
oleauders suiiable lor summer gardens. In
quire at IK)T iutU street.
IiTOR SALE HA V HORSE, WEIGHT
about feJO pourds. siot;le harness and light
open Dugpy. &so for entire outiii. Inquire of
Albert Tlmberluke, 7Ji Ttiirty-ainih s reet.
FOR SALE A HALF SHETLAND l"ONY
Gentle, drives slnttle or double and is a
Rood saddle animal: also one 6 volume set.
Adam Clarke coujinentary, lull calf bindinsr;
one et 4 volume RidpatU's History of the
World, half Morocco binding. Also one almost
new cincer sewlrt; machine. Inquire of East
man & Co., 171 1;, becond avenue.
LOST AND FOUND.
I OST A LADIES' cTo73WVhTcRYS
i tal out; Kent's picture In back of case.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
1 toTHl A hu us oillce.
f LTJE-EYED BRUNETTE, NICE TXJOIC
1 lnr, h:w jn.rtui; Is fond of home and chil-
orcn; wouia murrv ai.eoiionaie. Honest ptn
lleman. Address Mlis Laurak, drawer II, Chi
TT A N T El) A MIDDLE-AGED. RESPECT
.IT able widow would like to corresmm
with a rclincd. sober man with matrimonial in
tentions. Address posiofllee box 1337, Moliue,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
bought especially for this
tunimcr's trade is to lie sac
rificed and with it the lincst
line of children's hats ami
bonnets ever fold in the
three cities. Commencing
this morning and continuing
until July 4 this sale will be
a notable one. Her design
ers stand highest with dis
criminating ladies. All ideas
of profit will be cast aside and
will give customers the ben
efit. Everything in the store
goes. The finest. The best.
Hours 9 to 9
The Little Lady.
Readings fl. Satisfaction or
1916 Fifth Avenue.
W. L. Douglas
Patent Kid Men's
WANTKO-W ASHING OR WORK TO DO
st bums or by the d7. aulra st 413
FOR RENT ROOMS.
OR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS POR
light housekeeiiini; al 1 103 Secuud avt-
FOR RENT FURNISHED POOMS FOR
light housekeeping at 57 Twentieth
TilOR RENT TWO FURNISHED RCXJMS
jt- for liht heusekeeping. lM&i Second
IjlOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS, OVER
Mauckcr & Tonn's grocery. Modern con
veniences. FOR RENT FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
and alcove at 1&!1 Second avenue. Mod
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS SUITA
ble for two gentlemen; also barn. Call
at 11)16 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO NIELY FUR
cisbed rooms with every convenience at
1116 Second avenue.
TjXJR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
A? ble for two persons. Call at 1608 Second
avenue; second floor.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, steam heat and bath. All modern
conveniences; three blocks from postoOlce.
hiO Sixteenth street.
POR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
front rooms with all latest modern con
venienses. Me!s if desired Easy walking
distance to business cenver. 1000 Seventeenth
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT HOUSES TO RENT.
FOR RENT A 5 ROOM COTTAGE
Kighih-asd a-balf avenue.
FOR RENT 6-ROOM MODERN
steam beat, at 1M I Third avenue.
IjlGR RENT DESK ROOM. WITH HEAT,
liirht, telephone, and janitor service. In
quire of Eastman & Co., Kitvi Second avenue.
TPOR RENT OR SALE SOUTH PARK
A: grocery store building, corner Twelfth
avenue and Thirtieth street; a bargain. For
particulars see Keidy Bros.
TT'OR REST A VERY DESIRABLE FRONT
-a- room: shady and cool: location conven
ient to business center, ana all modern con
veniences. W ill rent to one gentleman. In
quire at 1301 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT FOUR FIVE ROOM
with all modern conveniences
C. R. I. &P, depot. Rent 15 each flat. For
particulars call on Hull a: Co . Rock Island, or
teiepnone g. a. Koester, ojo Davenport.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
TJIOR SALE AN 8-ROOM HOUSE WITH
X. excellent cellar, good well and cistern.
large barn with lot (iOxlln. SI.:S00. Inquire at
Jotaa Titus' shoe shop, rear of Leader shoe
TTIOR SALE WE HAVE A
A? home of six rooms in irood localitv
excellent condition, which, lr purchased soon.
can be had at aa excellent bargain. Gold
smith & McKee.
TjlOR SALE A NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE,
J- latest design and built for all modern
conveniences. Will be ready for occupancy
about June I. Terrace lot 40x110 feet. Apply
at mo rweiitn street.
IJIOR SALE WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT
. bargain in central business district of the
city: 6-room cottage in excellent condition.
leased for one year at $15 per month :iot 30x
InO. This is an excellent holding and will en
hance greatly In value: in the meanwhile it
pays T' per cent net on tbe investment. Uold-
saiith s Mchce.
TTIOR SALE CnEAP. A 6-ROOM HOUSE
JL. and large barn nearly new. and good well
on premises. Also lOgood building lots on
paved street between Sixteenth and Eighr
ccnth avenues on Twelfth street Inquire of
John G. Sherman, Ninth street, Fair Grounds,
south KOcn isiana.
TiK)R SALE-CHOICE BARGAINS IN
X' property for sale In all parts of tbe 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 4.-3. Goldsmith A Mo-
Kee, over People's National bank.
TiXJR BALE LOTS IN MCENIRY'S AD
JD dltlon by . J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell 4
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eigntn ana Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street oar lines. Terms to suit pur
MONEY TO LOAN.
TtTONEY TO IX1AN IN ANY AMOUNT.
HA on any kind of security Also choice
Drorertv for sale and rent. W. u. Uovne.
xju seventeenth street, np stairs.
H TONET TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT-
alA rage loans by W. H Eastman, 1711 Bec
ond avenue, without publlty or removal. He
aiso maxna eolleatlons hard ones a specialty;
TTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA-
vV montla watches, jewelry, hardware.
itiualaal Instruments, bicycle, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
aid ror seoona nana gooas of au sinaa also
oe aoove goous ior sale at hair tne usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
oonnacniiai. xiis new - number ana location,
iox3 second avenue lfoq t lorget it. d. w .
Jones. Two rings on 1J47.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
GIRLS AT IlAi:
WANTED-A COOK I1Y MRS. C.
Durham, lo:!0 First avenue.
WANTED DIN'INC; ROOM (URL AND
cook at WriKhfs restaurant, u:3 bec
WANTED A COOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at l?jo Seventh avenue.
WANTED A KURSK ELDERLY I'ER
son preferred, to take csre of baby.
Call at 013 Twenty-third street.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A GOOD BELL BOY AT THE
WANTED GOOD CARRIAGE BLACK
strith and striper. Peoria Bugtfy Manu
facturing company, I'eoria, III.
Good wanes. Stead v
room 1H, Hotel Sommers, Moline.
WANTED BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT
young men as canvassers. Must write
trood hand. Address la own hand writing,
"S," care this otiice.
WANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT MAN
apers: t2 W0 per year to take charge of
our phonogaaphs; some cash and bond re
quired. American Multiplex Talking Machine
company, 31 Quincy street. Chicago.
WANTED THE USE OF A COW AND
family horse for the summer. Address
'B 2'.'," AKOts
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. Call before
8:30 a. in. or after 5 p.m. at 2il6 Fifth, avenue,
T ANTED 10(1 FEATHER BEDS. I PAY
f v the highest price for o!d feathers: wtil
stay in your city a week. Address L Huron,
general delivery, city, and I will call at your
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
saie house, recently Incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. Salary HiO per
month, expenses end commission. Must in
vest It.KXi iu capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will lie guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 410, Kansas City, Mo.
SEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
Money loaned on household troods: 1515
I VT ANTED GOOD. RELIABLE OILS ALKS
II man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
riO EXCHANGE-REAL ESTATE F1VE-J-
room cottage in excellent loca'lon for
rentiog to exchange for good residence lots.
Address D. C. fi., A kg us.
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
I exchanges all kinds of second hand goodK,
wul pay more than any other dealer and sells
Cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing and
sleaclcg done also. J. P. Williamson. 1515
Second avenue. Telephone number 4N?t.
KAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2205 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
if you have ary rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I wui come to vour house ana pay you from
50 to 76 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to 5c a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention, u. jr. mugger.
IF TOD WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, tbe Mail is the one paper In Moilne
tnat can do it for you. Man wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash In ad
vance. 2-oent stamps will do. Kreclcc an
Sunday Mail. Moilne. 111.
YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years experience places us in a nositi'in
to give you valuable information along lines
that will assure you success. Ask for free
letters of information and bulletin of daily pa
pers that pay. We also start responf ihie par
ties in the mall order und agency supply bus
iness. Lord St Carver, Racine, Wis.
Estate of Lewis Wilson, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed
executor of the estate of Lewi Wit-
son, late of the county of Rock Is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that he will appear before
the county court of Rock Island county, at
the county court room, in the city of Rock Isl
and, at the August term on tbe first Mon
day in August next, at which time all per
sona having claims against said estate arc no-
tlucd and requested to attend, lor the purposo
Of having the same adjusted.
ah persons indebted to saia estate arc re-
Quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 15ta day or May, A. u. luoi.
L. K. Wilson, Kxecutor.
and Spiritual Healer
Is now permanently located at 132
Second avenue. She gives psychic
treatment for success in business.
love affairs, chronic diseases. Habits,
poverty and inharmony. Will give
advice on any subject for 25 cents.
Full life reading 50 cents, bixin state
test rcadinrr $1.00.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or No charges.
Hours from l to a p. m.