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THE AH GUTS. THUKSDAT." JTTNE 27. 1901.
Published Da'1- and Weekly at 1824 Beeoofl
Av-r-ua, Bock Island, 111. Entered at the
Poatoffice aa 8 econd-elasa matter.)
IX THI MAMS or J. W. POTTIB.
TERMS Dally, 10 cents per week. Weekly,
1.00 per annum in advance.
All communication of political or arromen
tatlve character, political or rellaloua, must
bare real name attached (or publication. No
such article. will be printed Q?er fietltlooa Ug
natures Correspondence solicited from every town
h lp in Rock Island county.
Thcksdat, Junk 27.
'Let's see, who is vice president
Who would have imagined that
Teddy Roosevelt would have been lost
in the shuffle?
It having been decided that Forest
Park in St. Louis shall be the site for
the Louisiana purchase exposition in
1903, it is generally agreed that no
better one could have been chosen.
While the temperature of the past
few days may hare been such as to
make one perspire, there is some sat
isfaction in the realization that the
coal trust is not the chief beneficiary.
Theodore Roosevelt will regret
to learn that in the opinion of Senator
Tlatt Gov. Odell will be the next re
publican candidate for president,
Tlatt has great influence, and his ex
pression means that Odell and not
the rough rider is to have the benetit
There's a notion in the air to
organize the housemaids, the cooks
and all the domestic legions of Chi
cago and other cities, and declare war
against master and mistress until de
mands for higher wages and shorter
houra of labor are granted. It is pos
sible that the ever troublesome ser
vant girl" question is to become even
more vexatious than it has been here
tofore. Modern Marthas as a rule aro
not cumbered with much serving.
A general strike of servant girls
might not be without its humorous
incidents, but it would be a dire
calamity in the long run to many a
A BRILLIANT JAP.
Hoshi Torn, one of the great Japan
cse statesmen, who was recently as
sassinated at a meeting of the city as
sembly in Yokohama, Japan, was born
in looO and was an authority on inter
national law. lie was chairman of
the committee that revised the entire
Japanese code, criminal and civil.
He was an advanced liberal of the
most pronounced tvpe, a financier of
marked ability, and one of Japan's
great statesmen. He has now paid
the penalty for his opinions. It is
getting to be dangerous to be a great
man, but fortunately few people run
any risks on this account.
It is much cheaper to stand on the
sidewalk and yell than it is to carry
a banner, or advance any origina
opinion, or favor any genuine reform
THEY WILL KNOW BETTER SOME IAY
The opposition on the part of the
union to a reliable fire alarm system
will oocasion as much surprise as
Mayor Knox's attitude on tne same
question. Neither is competent to
judge of the requirements of the situ
ation on this particular point, as it is
a matter of which neither has the
least comprehension. The opposition
that the Union encouraged here for
years to the paid tire department in
those days when it went into ecsta
sies over the teams that went "in hot
haste" from livery stables, while
buildings were burning may be viv-
That Mayor Kncx, even after the
paia system bad been. in success
ful operation for several years, did
not then appreciate its advantages
or essentials was shown when, dur
ing his first term, he permitted it
to ran down to such an extent that it
was necessary after he went out of
office to get an expert here from Chi
cago to restore order and discipline.
And Mayor Knox is opposed to pro
viding an adequate alarm system for
ine reason mat he cannot see the need
of it. Like the Union and as both
were with reference to the paid de
partment ne win not see the benetit
of the alarm system until it is run
As far as the intent of the present
For over 30 yen raA
has proven to be the Beet thare la for
UK7 zoo. ana sue at an aniBgists
F, A. Richfcr & Co.
215 Pearl Street,
New York. vH
council is concerned The Argus has '
nothing to say. Its own conviction I
is mai me city snouiu nave ueiier
alarm facilities, and in the business
portion of the city at least, right
away, and whatever plant is adopted
it should be one of acknowledged
merit that the cty may develop and
add to as the exigencies of the situa
tion justify. There should be no ex
periment under any circumstances.
Time will come, whether the city
makes the move for a better alarm
system this year or not, when both
the Union and Mayor Knox will see
in wonder the advantages of such a
course, just as they did in the matter
of the paid department. Mayor Knox
made a a farce of the paid department
under his first administration because
he did not know any better. This
time he is doiDg better by retaining a
competent man at its head. Mayor
Knox will know more about the
virtue of an alarm system later on,
too, we hope.
SEEK SERMONS IN TREES.
Rev. Charles 1L Eaton, in the
Church of the Divine Paternity, New
York, last Sunday spoke upon 'the re
ligious uses of summer and defended
those who seek rest in the country on
the holy day instead of remaining in
the city to attend church. In part he
All through the year Sunday is
the beneficent gift of God, but it does
not follow that we are bound to use it
in just the same way all through the
year. People who play all the week
may indeed make it a point to go to
church every Sunday. It is well that
they should do so.
"But I can see no harm when peo
ple who work hard all the week get
away to the country on Sunday, es
pecially in the summer, escaping the
city's heat and giving the childten a
glimpse of the beauties of nature.
"I think the church has done
wrong, although unwittingly, when
it has taught that God's presence is
more real within the four walls of a
chapel or at the altar than it is at the
foot of a grand old tree or on the
shore of a beautiful lake."
SHORT SHERRARD STORIES.
Sherrard, June 27. Mr. Meeker
and family and Fred Pascoe, of, Gil
christ, visited here Sunday.
Barney Flaherty, of thU place, and
Miss Lottie Lawson, cf Cable, visited
at Rural Sunday.
Charles Sass and wife, of James
town, It., visited with friends last
Saturday and Sunday.
Tom Haigh and Jake Ciark were in
Rock Island last Wednesday.
Herman Znde and bride returned to
Sherrard Thursday. They were mar
ried Monday at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
Ratusden, of Gilchrist.
Mike Grady, of Shulevville, visited
with his family here last Sunday.
C. A. Samuelson returned homo
Monday from Colfax, where he bad
been to see his wife and daughter
Mr. Gaunt, of Reynolds, visited
with his daughter, Mrs. A. li. John
son, last Friday.
Mr. Locan. of Streator, III., visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Gurney Farrow
Miss Bertha Stephens visited with
friends in Rock Island from Saturday
Dr. Martin and wife and daughter
lef; laet week for Colorado Springs,
where they will make a visit with
relatives and friends fur two weeks.
Miss llattie Samuelson is very tick
at this writing.
Quite a number from here attended
the Woodmen picnic at Viola last
James Thompson and wife returned
home Sunday from Mirtha. where
they had been since Friday.
Andrew Greer and wife visited with
friends at Wanlock Sunday.
Milan, June 27. Cyrus Bradley, of
Bloomington. it visiting friends here.
Miss LUa Zahn gave a musical at
Mrs. G. A. Wiggins Tuesday after
noon. Miss Jennie Strand, of Clinton,
spent a few cays with friends here
Misses Mabel and Sadie Heath spent
Sunday with Miss Zoe Srayne, of
Mrs. II. S. Dibbern attended a party
at Mrs. George Snith's in Scars, last
LI Weaver, of l eona Heights, spent
Sunday with home folks. j
Albert Goben is sulTering from an
attack cf typhoid fever.
Walter Heaver, of Ulan, was home
William Fryeinger. of Baltimore,
Md., is here trying to dispose of the
old distillery properly.
During the thunderstorm'. Wednes
day afternoon the thermometer
dropped 18 degrees inside of 15 min
Don't Marry for Money,
The Boston man who lately married
a fickly rich young woman is happy
now, for he got Dr. King's New Life
Pills, which restored her to perfect
health. Infallible for jaundice, bil
iousness, malaria, fever and ague and
all liver and stomach troubles. Gen-
tie but effective. Only 25 cents at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Dyspeptics cannot be long lived be
came to live requires nourishment.
Food is not nourishing nctil it is di
gested. A disordered stomach can
not digest food, it must have assist
ance. Kodol Dyspepsia Care digest
all kinds of food without aid from tho
stomach, allowing it to rest and re
gain its natural functions. Its ele
ments are exactly the same as the
natural digestive lluida and it simply
can't help but do you good.' B. if.
Biebcr and Hartz & Ullemeyer. ,
TIPS. FOR TRAVELERS.
To San Francisco and return via the
Burlington Aug. 6 to 13 Inclusive,
$48. Portland, Ore., Tacoma and
Seattle, Wash, and return f 47 60.
$?.25 to St. Paul and Minneapolis
and return via the Burlington Jnly 1
to 9 inclusive. Through chair car and
sleeper from Twentieth street station.
25 25 via the Burlington to Den
ver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo and
return July 1 to 9 inclusive. Tickets
good returning nntil Oct. SI.
117.95 and $19.45 for round trip
tickets to BuiTalo. N. Y., gool fcr 10
days; $22 60 and $24.60 for 15-day
tickets and $28.95 and $30.20 for 30
day tickets via the C, R. I. & P. rail
way. Plight through trains daily for
Chicago, making connections at that
point with all eastern lines.
The Svea male chorus, cf Moline
will give an excursion to Milwaukee
via the C, M. & St. P. railway, leav
ing Reck Island at 10:30 p. m., June
29, arriving at Milwaukee at 6 a. m.,
June 30. Returning will leave Mil
waukee at 10:30 p. m. and arrive at
Rock Island at 5:30 Monday morning.
The fare for the round trip will be
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q
railroad company, will have on sale
July 2 and 1C, home seekers' excur
sion tickets at one tirst-class fare,
plus $2, for the round trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, good returning within 21 days
from date of 6ale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rate, tickets
for Puget Sound points, Colorado,
Pacific Coast and various other points.
913 to Buffalo ud Itetnrn 13.
The Nickel Plate road from Chica
go, for the Pan-American exposition.
Tickets on sale daily, good leaving
Buffalo up to midnight of 10th day
from and including date of sale. Also
tickets on sale daily from Chicago to
Buffalo and return at $16 for the
round trip, with 15-day limit, includ-
: .1-.- 1 ai x : .
Buffalo and return, trood for 30 days.i
On all through tickets to points
east of Buffalo privilege of stop over
at Buffalo for 10 days may be granted
by d-positing ticket with the joint
agent and the payment of a feo cf $1.
Write John Y. Calaban, general
agent. Ill Adams street. Chicago, for
foil particulars and folders showing
time of trains, etc.
Low Kates to Buffalo Exposition
via the Nickel Plate road. Three
through trains daiiy, with vestibuled
sleeping cars and excellent dining car
service, meals beint served on the
American club meals plan, rarging in
price frcm oo to $1. Chicago tlepo
Van lsuren street and l acnic avenue
on the elevated loop.
Write John Y. Calahan, general
agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago, for
full information and beautifully lllus
tratcd descriptive folder of the expo
sition bui.dings and grounds.
Grand Trunk Railway System.
The "Picturesque Pan-American
Route to Buffalo" will mail, on re
ceipt of two cents in stamps, sent to
its city passenger and ticket agent
219 Clark street. Chicago, tho hand
somcst descriptive folder of the Pan
American exposition yet issued.
Special excursion tickets, good for
10, 15 and 30 days, on sale daily by
R. I. & P. railway. Only one change
cf cars and that in Peoria union tUa
tion. Choice of all rail, or combina
tlon rail and lake trip.
Christian Endeavor Convention.
Very low rates via the R. I. & P,
railway on July 5 and 6. Return
limit, Aug. 31.
Bow to Avoid Trouble.
Now is tho time to provide yourself
and family with a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It is almost certain to be
needed before the summer is over, and
if procured now may save you a trip
to town in the night or in your busi
est season. It is everywhere admitted
to be the most successful medicine in
use for bowel complaints, both for
children and adults. No family can
afford to be without it. For sale by
and Spiritual Healer
Is now permanently located at 1327
Second avenue. She gives psychic
troatment for success in business,
lovo affairs, chronic diseases, habits,
poverty and inharmony. Will give
advice on any subject for 25 cents
Full life reading 50 cents. Sixth Slate
test reading $1.00.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or No charges.
Hours from 1 to 9 p. m.
John VolK & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MAHUFACTUBKS Of
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
81nglo and Double Strength Window
Glass, rou-iioa natc, ueveiea
Plato and Art Glass.
811-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
BOCK ISLAND. 1
Corner Second and Harrison
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
4 Good for
Our agent will be at the Davenport
pons which when presented at the Boston btore 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. . ,,.
" 11 i , - - .1 i s
Free Crayon Portraits with a $2,50 Purchase
We still continue life size bust portraits, size 16x20, taken from pho
tographs, with a two dollar and fifty cent purchase.
See tho bargains we are offering in
THE 4TII. If you want shoe comfort on the Fourth buy a pair of the i
Julia Marlowe Elastic Instep bhoes.
We received today more laces than most stores sell in a year.
4 The arrival of these laces and embroiderl.3 make this department im-
4 pregnable to competition. Bsautiful stales, new effects consisting
v of insertions, galloons. b3adin?s and all covers, black, white and
There 5s nothing in he lace world
r4 at this busy, attractive store.
Just received two bcxes ecru batistes,
New Ginghams, new designs,
Sunshades For the Fourth.
Flo Silk Sunshades for 98c and op.
250 line steel rod, 26-inch umbrellas, absolutely fast black.
bond serge cream, regular $1.50
Over 1,200 Cures Made in the Trl-Clties
During the Past Two Years by the
AfeY Method of
The German-English Specialists
Offices Deniokrat Bidg. 205 West Third St. Davenport. Iowa.
Practice Limited to the Treatment of
Ctronlc Diseases and Surgery. Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
Difoascs of the STOMACH. LIVER. KIDNEYS and
CATARRH of NOSE. THROAT, STOMACH and MIDDLE
by the BERLIN SYSTEM.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
DISEASES OF MEN Stricture. Gleet. Varicocele, Hydrocele, etc.
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES. Their Electrical Appliances for treatment
of diseases of the NERVOUS SYSTEM. PAR ALYilS.NERVOUS PROSTRA
TION. WASTING OF MUSCLES, RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA, PEL
VIC IN F L AM ATIONS, PILES. ABSORBING 1 U.MOKS, and X-RAY
Work are the largest and most complete in the atate. The latest scien
tific apparatus and methods for treating CONSUMPTION, Asthma, Bron
chitis snd all Catarrhal conditions.
Over 15 years experience in Collejro and Hospital work. Consultation
Free and Confidential. Hours 9 to
day 9 to 12 a. m. Telephone f 243.
Fstate of Lewis WUsoa, deceased.
The undersigned Having Dcen appointed
executor of tbe estate of Lewis Wil
son, late of tbe county of Kock Is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that be will appear before
tre county court of Kock Island county, at
the county court room. In the city of Kock Lsl
a, st the August term on the Urst Mon
day In Aueust next, at which time all per
sons bavin gc. aires atralnst said estate are no
tified and re iueMted to attend, tar the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to mako icmcdiaie payment to tbe
Dated thla 15th day of May. A. XX. 1001.
L- K. Wilson, Kzeculor.
on account of
July 6 to 10, 1901.
Uound trip tickets to Cincinnati,
Ohio, will be on said July it, 6 ami 7
at rato of ONE AHU f Ull THE
Tickets Good for Return
Until July 14, 1901.
JJy depositing ticket with Joint Agent at
Ciacinnail, ana payoent or ho cents lee. re
turn limit n. u v ha extended to leave Cincin
nati to and Ineluriing AluUSTSI, I'.Wl.
For full Inlormatiou inu particulars mm iu
rates, tickets, limits, etc., cu on agents 10
Kock Island or address tbe undersigned.
WARREN J. LYNCH. W. DEITE,
Gen. Pass. A Tkt Agt. Asst. G. P. & T. A.
Bio Foui Borne
Streets, Davenport, towa
landing and will distribute cou
Trimmed Hats. COMFORT ON
that's new that you will not find
at 18c and 10c a yard. See them
11 a. m.. 2 to 4 and 7 to S
to 3 p. m. Sun-
LOST AND FOUND.
TOST A LADIES' GOLD WATCH, CRYS
i tal out: reni n picture In hack of case
Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
I tO TBI AUG US OnlCC
T OST A LAI1V3 HOLD WATCH AND
Jl chain on Fifth or Sixth avenues between
Twenty-third and Twenty-eishth streets. Lib
eral reward will be given for lb j same if tinder
will return to Am, us oiilce.
TJt.UK-F.YEn BRUXKTTE. NICE IXXK-
1 tng. has 17,i; is fond of home and chil
dren: would marry affeotlonaie. honest gen'
Ueman. Address Miss Laura, drawer H, CU1
WT A NT ED A MIDHLE-AGKD. RESPECT-
Ii able widow would like to correspond
with a rctlncd, sober man with matrimonial in
tentions. Address postolllce bos 13.U, Moline,
Kotloe of Pnbl cation Chancery
S tate of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, I
In the circuit court of said county to' tbe
September term, A. D. 1101.
The Rock Island Mutual Building Loan and
Savings association vs. Kosetta fc.tcy. Samuel
M. Ebey, Laura M. Wilson. Anna Sheclcy,
Hannah C. Oswald, and William U. Oswald.
affidavit of non-residence of Hannah C. Os
wald aod William C. Oswald Impleaded with
tho above defendants Kosetta KDey, Samuel
M. Ebey. Laura K. Wilson and Anna Sbeelry,
having been filed in tbe clerk's office of the
circuit court of toe said county, notloe is
therefore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendants that tbe complainant
llled its bill of complaint 'In said court, on tbe
chancery Mdc thereof, on the 2d day of
April, A. 1). IU0I, and that thereupon a sum
mons Issued out of said court wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on tbe first
Monday in tbe mourn of May next, as is by law
Now onless you. tbe said non-resident defen
dants above named, Hanna CJ. Oswald and Wil
liam C. Oswald, shall personally be and
snoear before the saiu circuit court on the
first day of the next term thereof to be bolden
at Kock Island in and for said county on the
third Monday in September next, and plead,
answer or demur to the said complainant's
bill of complaint, the same and the
matters and things therein charged and
stated will ne taker. as confessed.
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
l.SOKGB W. (j A Mill K, tirCUlt VICTg.
Rock Island. III., May 14, 11.
. U. GUTIK, ComplaiaaiU'g SoUdtOr.
All Styles and Widths
. Every Pair Guaranteed.
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
WANTED WASHING OB WORK TO DO
at home or by tbe day. q.ulre at 413
WANTiD SITUATION AS NUR3E BY
yeung girl, steady and reliable. Inquire
at UU6 Fifth avenue.
WANTED-YOUNG MAN 23 YEARS OLD
wants position In wholesale house or as
clerk in any kind of store or oirlce. Best of
references. Addre-s "H.," care of Auucs
FOR RENT ROOMS.
R RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping at 11C5 becond ave-
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS SUITA
ble for two gentlemen; also barn. Call
at luiti Fifth avenue.
TTK3R RENT ONE Ol
X' cisbed rooms with
1116 Second avenue.
every convenience at
T7H3R RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
X? ble for two persona. Call at 1908 Second
a7enue; second floor.
FOR RENT THREE ROOMS ON T WEN-ty-lirst
street and Sixth avenue.. Rentn
ptr month. Inquire at U5li rir.h-anU-a half
IjlOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
. rooms, steam heat and bath. All modern
conveniences; three blocks from postofllce.
&M Sixteenth street.
TOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
Mj front rooms with ail latest modern con
veniences. Meals if desired Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 seventeenth
17"OR REST A VERY DESIRABLE FRONT
P room: shady and cool: location conven
ient to business center, and ail modern con
veniences. Will rent to one gentleman. In
quire at loOl Fourth avenue.
FOB RENT HOUSES
TjTOR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
IQR RENT tVROOM MODERN FLAT.
steam heat, at 1M4 Third avenue.
TTIO RENT-HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS IN
Tj good location. Inquire at 111- Fourth
THOU RENT A HOU3E WITH SEVEN
JC rooms and bath. -223 bixth avenue, at f l.
per month. F. Ludolph.
FOR RENT DESK ROOM. WITH HEAT,
light, telephone, and janitor service. In
quire of Eastman & Co., 1THH taecood avenue,
tnOR RENT FOUR FIVE ROOM FLATS
JL with all modern conveniences, opposite
C. R. I. & P. depot. Rent 15eich fiat. For
particulars call on Hull & Co.. Kock island,- or
lelt phone u. A. Koester, tt-'O Davenport.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE CHEAP, A FIVE-ROOM COT
tage, near'v new. all modern improve'
mcnts. Inquireof J. Sherxan.one block west
of Ninth street, opposite race track, South
TOR SALE AN ATTRACTIVE NEW
X; 6-room house, latest design and built for
all modern conveniences. Is now ready for
occupancy. Terrace lot -HixllO feet. Apply
at io xweiitu street.
THOR SALE A MODERN P-ROCT-M HOUSE
-L on Fifth avenue. W.SOa An excellent
bargain on easy payments It taken at once.
tor runner particulars Inquire of John N
Boro. 1104 Third avenue.
THOR SALE LOTS IN WOODIN S ADD!
X? tion on Eleventh and Twelfth avenues
between Fifth and Seventh streets Close to
lower factories: h'gh and dry, with good soil
Prices reasonable. Month, v pavments if de
sired Inquire of S. J. Woodin, V! First
T7K)R SALE-CHOICE BARGAINS IN
X property for sale In all parts of the city;
bouses rented: rents collected; money to loan
in any amount on real estate security. Fire
insurance written in oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4n73. uoldsmitb & Mo-
Kce, over i-eopie s i anonai oantt.
TiX)K SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
X? ditlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
t pee la. Convenient to t iftb avenue or Elm
treet street ear lines. Tenua to cult pur
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A BUTCHER S REFRIGERA
tor la goad condition.. Apply at 1516 Sec
-mott SALE A NEW BARN FOR SALE
X? cheap if taken at once. Inquire at 5a
tflOR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FRUIT
X1 farm for sale In South Rock Island. Fine
ly Improved, bee Keidy Bros.
rilOR SALE BAY HORSE, WEIGHT
D about ttuO pounds, single harness and light
open buggy. :io for entira outnt. inquire of
Albert Timberlake, --J U'nirty-nimn s reel.
FOR SALE A HALF SHETLAND !"ONY
tientle, drives single or double and is a
good saddle animal: also one 6 volume set.
Aoam (Jiarke commentary, iuii euji oihuiuk;
one et 4 volume Ridpatb s History or tne
World, half Morocco bindlug. Also one almost
new Mnuer sewing machine. Inquire of L ait
man & Co., nilSi "Ssecond avenue.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-Uf th streets and Fifth and Fourth
aTonuoa. adieu "D," Auoca.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED LAUNDRY GIRLS AT HAR
ANTED WOMAN COOK AT THE
ANTED (5IRL FOR r;ENERA L HOUSE-
worit a i . n i wenty-nrst street.
WANTED A COMPETENT Gl L FOR
housework Mrs. W. II. Uest, 103
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A GOOD BELL BOY AT THE
WANTED SEVEN OR EIGHT CARPEN
ters ut once. Apply to Nick Jubl, M7
ANTED ONE GOOD BENCH MAN TO
work In sash and door fantorw kilrlr, u
H. Maze & Co., Peru, lilj
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steady work. Apply
room 18, Hotel Summers, Moiine.
ty ANTED BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT
vv young iten as canvassers. Must write
good band. Address in own hand writing,
"a,"' care this oitiee.
WANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT HAN
agers: fi.OOO per year to take charge of
our phonographs: some cash and bond re
quired. American Multiplex Talking Machine
company, 31 ljuincy street, Chicago.
WANTED MACHINISTS: STEADY Em
ployment and good wages to competent
men to fill ( laces vacated by striking machin
ists in Chicago. Allis-i. halmers pompany.
Twelfth street and Washtenaw avenue, Chi
TANTED-TO RENT A BARN NEAR
li Twenty-seventh street and frifth ave
nue. Address "t W. M ," care of Alu.us.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TlX.
sell a racid-Kelllrit? Hrtlf! i": ll tfgre
9:30 a. m. or after 5 p. m. at CTltS Fifth avenue,
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO TO
copying at home evenings: must write
a f -.lir hand: we need people in every locality
to help us advertise: 5 to ii weekly worsing
evenings: .positively no canvassing; work
mailed anv disiance: inclose stamp. King
Manufacturing company, Quincy street, Chi
ryANTED-AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
T v sale house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch bouse. SaUry H'i0 per
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest f I .UU in capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will be guaran
teed, and lurnisb satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Mo.
illSCE LL AN fiOUr?.
SEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
Money loaned on household goods; 1515
rrr ANTED GOOD. RELIABLE OtLSALES
r v man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
rpO EXCHANGE-RE At ESTATE F1VE
X room cottage in excellent locaion lor
rentiog to exchange for good residence lots.
Address D. C A kg us.
JP. 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
oieaning done also. J. P. Williamson. 1615
Second avenue. Telephone number 44.
RAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at -."Of) Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth atreet and Fifth avenue.
If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to vour house and pay you from
65 to 75 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to 5o a pound. All calls will reoelve prompt
attention. B. F. Klugger.
FYOTJ WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
ltuatlon, the Mail Is the one paper In Moline
that can do it for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is tbe price to all alike, cash in ad
vance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening an
Sunday Mali. Moline. IlL
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years' experience places us in a position
toglveyu 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 mart rcsponinle par
ties in the mail order ana agency supply bus
iness Lord & Carver, liacine, is.
MONEY TO LOAN.
"TONEY TO LOAN IN
.HI. on any kind of
security ALso choice
property for sale and rent. W. I Uoyne,
HO Seventeenth street, up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL lflOKT
gage loans by W. H Eastman, 171S Bee-
ond aveuue, without publity or removal. Be
also mkM eolloattotw hard ones a apoalalti;
WANTED TO IX) AN MONEY ON DIA
1 V moads, 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 tbe usuhI
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential, a IB new number ana location,
1K3 Second avenue Don't forget it. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347
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