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THIS AUGHTS. TnURS DAY, JUL, T 11, 1001.
Published Da'1- and Weekly at ISM BMond
Ansct, Rock Island. CL EnMntt at the
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All communications of political or arrumen
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nave real name attached for publication. No
such arUele-wlU be printed OTr fictitious tig
natures ' Correspondence solicited from eTtry town
lip In Rock Island county.
Thursdat, Jult 11
Speaking of the hot weather, it was
merely another one of those fanny
thing's from Kansas.
No one bad the better of any one
e!se on the load cf hot air that might
have been carried yesterday.
Andrew Carnegie offered a library
, to South Omaha, bat the city council
declines to levy a tax for its main-
Announcement is made that An
drew Carnegie tuts given daring the
f ast year f ll.2iy.50l) to libraries and
I he declared intention of a prop
erty owner in St. raul to erect an
apartment house on Summit avenue,
flash with the street, lias raised a
mighty uproar in that city. Summit
avenue is the "swell" residence street,
and the extension of the projected
apartment house to the sidewalk
would cut oft" the view of the beauti
fal lawns and shade trees in front of
the costly dwellings.
A woman who recently obtained a
divorce in Kansas City sent her law
yer the following specitication as to
the sort of document she desired:
I have a very line marriage certiti
cate, witn little Cupids cm it and a
ribbon attached, and I would like to
have my divorce degree on parchment
with a blue no, a pink seal; that
would blend better with the parch
ment. I'd like pink ribbens, too, if
It is said that the largest red oak
tree standing in the world is in a for
est on the Black river. 40 miles from
Newport, Ark. It measures S5 feet
around at the base. a. stick from
this tree 50 feet long, 21 feet in cir
cumference at one end and 23 feet, 3
inches at the other, is to be exhibited
at the St. Louis world's fair. The
log will ba too large to be carried by
rail, and it will be pontooned from
the Black river to St. Louis, a dis
tance of nearly 800 miles.
In an article in the Journal of Po
litical Economy Emily Fogg-Meade
treats advertising as a "mode of edu
cation by whica the knowledge of
consumable goods is increased. It
sets forth the peculiar excellence of
novelties, keeps in mini the merits
of staple articles and thus increases
the general demand for commodities
This method of making the public
acquainted with goods is necessary
because tne modern system of dis
tribution requires that goods be sold
in large quantities."
MILLIONS HIS AND IE( CXHAPPT
There is something in the world
better than vast wealth, and there is
something vast wealth cianot buy.
It we wanted proof of this Mr. Carne
gie will supply it. A newspaper cor
respondent who had bsen entertained
at Ski bo castle by the multi-millionaire
writes thus of his visit:
"As we drove down to the station I
was saying how I envied him his
wealth. He said: ! am really not
to be envied. How can mv wealth
help me? I am 60 years old and I
cannot digest my food. I would give
you all my millions if you could give
me your youth and strength.
"Then I shall never forget his next
remark. We had driven some yards
in silence when Mr. Carnegie sudden
ly turned and in a hashed voice and
with bitterness and depth of feeling
quite indescribable said:
"If I could make Faust's bargain
I would. I would gladly sell anything
to have hail my life over again.
AH of which leads the Pittsburg Star
to comment: "The poor man who
has breath is a prince. Ue sees a
clear sky, green fields and hears
pleasant sounds. Strong and luety,
he can attempt any task and his am
bition is fed on hope. Possession is
For over SO ven rs
bee prevea to he the Bert there Is for
u3r zoo. ana ouc at an arucsista
F. Al Rlchfcr & Co.
v 213 Peart Street,
fr-N New York. Stt
not everything. Enjoyment and
anticipation surpass realization. The
Eoor man who is blessed witn gooa
ealth is happier in bis low thatched
roof than is Mr. Carnegie in his great
PROTECTION" Or THE rLAU.
, A Uaeton' dig society has sup
pressed the sale in New England of
the Irish World on account of a car
toon reproduced from the Detroit
News, . showing a flag inscribed as
This fla stands IF.
For liberty. Congress
Equality. Or tbe
Justice and So will.
The complaint against the sale of
the paper was made by Augustus
Bedford', of 43 Milk street, Boston.
Ue is grand secretary of the Ameri
can Flag Protectors, an organization
which pays particular attention to
saving the ilag from being defaced or
used for advertising purposes. lie
sent out notice to the chiefs of police
throughout New England, except
Rhode Island, and the suppression
followed at once. The law behind his
action is chapter 254 of the acts of
1899 of that state, similar laws being
in force in 19 other states. These
laws prohibit the defacing of the
American flag in any way whatever,
under heavy penalties.
If these flag protectors, says the
Bloomington Bulletin, are sincere in
their ostentatious loyalty, they will
not conline themselves to straining at
gnats, but will go to the polls and do
some voting in the direction of taking
the Bting of truth from the sarcastic
FACTS FROM FOSTER.
Foster. July 10. The celebration at
Maple Grove under the auspices of
the Woodmen lodge of I.linois City
was well attended, in spite of the in
tense heat. The attractions were not
many, but were interesting. A drill
by the Woodmen team was well given
Two "darkey" singers and a band
made the time pass pleasantly for the
people. Mr. Bobbins, of Hamlet, was
the speaker of the dav and gave an
Ed Drugg was down ' from Tipton
last wees on business.
The Misses Keller, nf Pine Bluff,
entertained their frier di at their home
last Thursday evening.
Joe Fisher, wife and children, of
Ferdinand, spent Sunday at Dan
Last Thursdav atTrinitv rectory in
Muscatine occurred the marriage of
two of our worthy young people,
Fred Miller and Miss Ada Pullen.
Mr. Miller is an enterprising farmer.
while his bride has grown up an es
timable young lady and her modest
ways have won for her a host of
friencls. Mav their wedded life be
one of joy and prosperity is the wish
of their friends.
A professor from Mt. Pleasant,
Iowa, is expected hero this week. Ue
will conduct Quarterly meeting ser
vices at the German M. E. church
William Krueger, Sr., has been ill
for several days, but is recovering.
The I.asy, Stupid Shsc.
; "The shag is the laziest and most stu
pid form of life to be found anywhere
on the globe. It is an aquatic fowl
with big. clumsy looking lxak and with
a form something like tbe dodo, now
rxtinct," said a western man. "I have
spent much time in watching this fowl,
whifb Is found in some of the shallow
lakes, and the chief point of interest
to me was the startling; stupidity dis
played. J hey generally squat on
stumps or logs in the lake and watch
for the smaller fish that play around
the surface of the water. They are
fairly clever in catching what they
want, and they throw out their bill
with considerable precision when they
gig for game. But they never get to
eat what they catch until they have fed
at least one and maybe more than one
member of another kind of water fowl.
"Whenever a shag begins to catch
fish, a long legged, long necked water
hen will take a place immediately be
hind him. When tbe shag lands a fish,
tbe water hen simply reaches over and
gets it Without any show of resent
ment and without turning around, the
shag will continue its watch for fish,
and this is kept up until the water hen
has finished a meal, and then, if no
other enterprising member of the same
tribe comes along, tbe shag is permit
ted to enjoy the product of Its own
"I have on one occasion seen one shag
feed as many as three water bens be
fore eating a 6ingle fish. It Is certain
ly a singular display of stupidity, and
after having watched the performance
a number of times I am convinced that
the shag Is actually too dull to even
know that the water hen stands be
hind him to steal the fish out of his
mouth." New Orleans Times-Demo
It Daxzlae the World.
jno aiscovery in medicine has ever
created one-quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. Its
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of consumption, pnenmonia,
hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis.
thousands of whom it has restored to
perfect health. For coughs, colds,
asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness
and whooping cough it is the quick
est, suresc cure in the world. It is
sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer, who
guarantee satisfaction or refund
monev. JLarge Dotiies ou cents and
$1. Trial bottles free.
' Great tonic, braces body and brain,
drives away all impurities from your
system. Makes you well. ' . Keeps
you well. Rocky Mountain Tea, 25
cents. . T. II. Thomas' drug store.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
18 to San Francisco and return
via C, R L & P. railway July 6 to 13.
$47 50 to Portland or Seattle and
return via the C , R. I. & P. railway
July 9 to 13.
A nice crowd, a large crowd and an
orderly crowd always attends tbe re
tail merchants annual excursion,
Low rate tickets to Buffalo on sale
via the C, R- I & P. railway. Your
choice of eight Chicago trains and any
line east of that point.
To San Francisco and return via tbe
Burlington Aug. 6 to 13 inclusive.
$48. Portland, Ore., Tacoma and
Seattle, Wash, and return $47.50.
$3.25 to St. Paul and Minneapolis
and return via the Burlington July 1
to 9 inclusive. Through chair car and
sleeper from Twentieth street station.
$24 25 via the Burlington to Den
ver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo and
return July 1 to 9 inclusive, .tickets
good returning until Oct. 31.
$24.25 for round trip ticket to Den
ver, Colorado Springs or Pueblo Via
the C. II. I & P. railway July 1 to
and including July 9.
Leave via the C. B. I. & P. railway
at 5:20 p. m., arrive at Colorado
Springs at 4:30 or Denver at 4:45 the
next afternoon. Through chair car
Uomeseekers' tickets to a number
of points north, west and southwest
on the first and third Tuesdav in July
and August via the C, R. I & P. rail
$17.95 and $19.45 for round trip
tickets to Buffalo, N. Y., good for 10
days; $22 60 and $24 60 for 15-day
tickets and $28.95 and $30.20 for 30
day tickets via the C, 11. I. & P. rail
way. Eight through trains daily for
Chicago, making connections at tnat
point with all eastern lines.
The Burlington route. C. B. & Q
railroad company, will have on salef
July 2 and 16, home seekers1 excur
sion tickets at one first-class fare,
plus $2, for the round trip, to points
south, southwest, weat and north
west, good returning within 21 days
from date of Bale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rates, tickets
for Puget Sound points, Colorado,
Pacific Coast and various other points.
Special excursion tickets, good for
10, 15 and 30 days, on sale daily by
R. I. & P. railway. Only one change
of cars and that in Peoria union sta
tion. Choice of all rail, or combina
tion rail and lake trip.
The Grand Trunk Railway System'
Under certain conditions allows a
stop-over of 10 days at Niagara Falls
or Buffalo to enable holders of tickets
to eastern destinations to visit the
Full information may be obtained
from city passenger and ticket agent,
249 Clark street, Chicago.
13 to ISnfTalo and Return, 913
via the Nickel Plate road from Chi
cago for the Pan-American exposi
tion. 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,
including date of sale; $21 Chicago to
Baffalo and return, good for 30 days.
Tickets Chicago to New York and
return at special reduced rate9. Write
John Y. Calahan, general agent, 111
Adams street, Chicago, for full par
ticulars and folder ' showing time of
Low Rates to Baffalo Exposition.
via the Nickel Plate road. Also spec-
lai reaucea rates irom oicago iu
ion ana return. xnrco i"g It looks clean, rinse in warm water, drv
daily trains with vestibuled sleeping" , thcn ,,olisu wo wlth n picce of
cars and excellent dining car service. cLamois sUin. cimsed work should
meals being served on the American ! nevcr be cioaneJ witu any klml oC
club plan, ranging in price from 35- owdn
cents to $1. Cfticsgo depot. Van Bo-j "
ren street and Paclnc avenue, on the J noyat nby roirdrr.
elevated loop. . When Edward VII was born, on Nov.
Write John Y. Calahan, general ,0, in the second year of Queen Vic-
asrent, 111 Adams street, Chicagc
full information and beautifully illus
trated descriptive folder of the expo,
sition building and grounds.
The Best Liniment for Strains.
F. U. Wells, the merchant at
Deer Park, Long Ibland. N. Y., says
"I always recommend Chamberlain's
Pain Balm as the best liniment for
strains. . I used it last winter for se
vere lameness in tbe side, resulting
from a strain, and was greatly pleased
with the quick relief and cure it ef
fected " For oale by all druggists.
Miles From a Doctor.
Many times on farms in the coun
try away from the town, you or your
horse or stock may accidentally get
hurt, cut, bruised, scalded or blis
tered. Yon may be miles away from
a doctor and not know just what to
do to keep it from growing into worse
condition. Prepare yourself with
I-o-do, and yon won't have to think
of a doctor. I-o-do heals all kinds of
sores. 25 cents a box. Druggists.
It is easier to keep well than get
cured. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
taken now and then will always keep
your bowels In perfect order. They
never gripe, bat promote an easy.
gentle action. B. II. Bieber and
btartz &? Ullemeyer.
Years of suffering relieved in a
night. Itching piles yield at once to
tbe curative powers of Doan's Oint
ment. Never fails. At any druc
store, 50 cents.
' ' ' - hi
f Corner Second
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Good for Season 1901.
Our agent will b9 at the Dvenport landing and will distribute cou-
pons which when presented at the Boston Store will entitle you to 4
Two Free Ferry Tickets. Coupons will be distributed each day from 4
9:30 to 11:30 a. m. and'2:00 to 5:00 p. m. v Y
11 ' 1 M .
1 21 Semi-Annual Clearing Sale
$50,000 worth of gilt edge merchandise at the lowest of possible
low prices. This sale will outshine and excel anything and every
thing yet attempted by any store anywhere.
Thousands of yards of fine 10c
and 12 ic Sheer Wash Fabrics,
corded novelties, batistes,
etc., a yard '-J 6ic
Staple Apron Ginghams,
for, per yard . 2c
15o Dotted Swiss Mulls, Ba
tistes and Dimities in
light or dark grounds, a
Challies, for, per yard l.Jc
36-inch wide Unbleached
Muslin, a yard 2Jc
Two cases of the "1492"
Bleached 36-inch Muslin,
a yard 5c
The best 9-4 Sheetings,
bleached, regular price
21)o and 30o. for, yard.. .22.Jc
One lot $5.50. $5 98 and
$6 25 Silk Waists for $3 98
72-inch 50c Table Damask,
for, a yard 35c
72-inch Fall Bleached $1
Table Linen for 75c
30x60 Wool. Smyrna Rugs
$25 9x12 Body Brussels Art
Rugs for 17 95
Gents1 up-to-date 25c Neck
ties for 15c
Men's 25c Suspenders for.. 15c
Men's 18c Suspenders for. . 10c
Men's 39c Neglige Shirts
12; and 15c Percaline Waist
Lining for oc
Bleached Richelieu Ribbed Vests
with silk tape neck and
sleeves, 25a vest for 15c
10 dozen ecra shaped 20c
Vests for 12Jc
Ladies' 63 Ve3ts for 2c
To Mnke a Glasa Cotter.
A glass cutter can easily be made
with an ordinary mapping pen and a
small piece of carborundum, or carbide
of silicon. Cut oft a part of the nib to
form a small tube. Fit a crystal or
part of one of carborundum into tbe
tube, take it out again and dip one end
in seccotine or nuy other cement and
replace it. Next wind a piece of fine
wire tightly around the tube and part
of the handle and fix it in a notch cut
in the latter. Tut it aside for a day to
allow the cement to harden. A glass
cutter made thus will do Its work ns
well as the expensive diamond and a
great deal better than the ordinary
Chased brass goods such as are gen
erally known as Benares work are
easily cleaned in this way: Wash in hot
soapsuds anu ury tiiorougniy. cut a
, an1 wUh ,t rub t, b
torla s marriage, every one at Buck
'ingham palace went wild with delight.
Belis rang and guns boomed with glad
tidings all over the kingdom. Douglas
Jerrold, amid the roaring of the ord
nance, said. "Dear me. how they do
powder these royal babies:"
Do Yoa Feel Bad?
Take' Mulls' Grape Tonic
It imparts health and strength to
the weak, whether child, adult or in
valid, being entirely free from any
thinsr injurious. At this season of
the year it is necessary to every sys
tem. Different from all other tonics,
it's mildly laxative.
It is most refreshing to the taste
and acceptable to tho system.
Try it on our recommendation. A
large bottle at 50 cents. Has a de
See vour druggist.
Mu I s Liirbtnins- Pain
Killer relieves life of
Kub It on or drink it.
one jrreat burden Pain.
.im em ; ami
for Rubber Arcs Send
Your Wheels to Shop of
800 yards fancy 50c Waist
Silks, fast colors, for.... 22c
$1 Fancy Waist Silks for. . 49c
Four styles in $1 Corsets
Summer Corsets, pair. . . . 15c
$1 White Crochet Bed
Spreads ... 75a
60s White Crochet Bed
50 dozen good percale 50c
shirt waists, each 233
50 dozen Ladies' embroid
ered lace edge 103 Hand
25c Handkerchiefs for
Ladies' pure linen hand
kerchiefs 25 0 and 35c fancyQRibbons.
100 pairs Ladies' Vici Kid
Lace Oxfords, hand
turned, former price
$2 25, for 1.69
100 pairs Ladies' Fine Chocc
late and Tan Hand Turned
Shoes, lace, with plain and
cloth top, former price
$3.50. this sale 2.19
300 pairs Infants' Tan and
Black Lace and Button
Shoes, former price $1,
per pair 69c
Similar bargains in and many
of them in each and every dc
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
T7K)R SAL'S HOUSE WITH LOT 61 FEET
-MJ front, city water, sewer und furnace
inquire on premises, Wll Tnird avenue.
equlpped. HOARDING HOUSE WELL
havlnc a cood patrooutre. or
will sell tue lurni! times to individual. In
quire at 803 second avenue.
TJIOR SALE AN ATTRACTIVE NEW
X; 6-rootn bouse, latest design and built for
all modern conveniences. Is now readj for
occupancy. Terrace lot -kiho reet. Apply
at eio i weiitn street.
SAUWiOTS IN WOOD1NS A DDI
tion on Eleventh and Twelfth avenues
between Fifth And Seventh 8. reels Close to
lower factories h'gta and dry, with good soil
Prices reasonable. Month y payments If de
sired Inquire ol S. J. Woodia, vz: First
TTIOR SALE CHOICE HARUA1NS IN
A- property for sale In all parts of the city
bouses rented; rents collected; money to loan
In any amount on real estate security. I-ire
Insurance written In oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4573. (Joidsmilh & Mo
kee, over People s National bank.
T7H3R 8 ALE LOTS IN McENlRY'S AT
JL' ditlon by S. J. Burns, room-12, Mitchell &
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Tweuty-elKbtn and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street oar lines. Terms to suit pur
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
I1ARN FOR SALE
once. Inquire at 5
T7TOR SALE HX) WESTERN HORSES.
JU' lust north of bail parte on Twelfth street
SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE
JU farm for sale In South Rook Island
ly Improved, ace Reidy liroa.
TjIOR SALE TWO SECOND-HAND BAR-
JL ler chairs at a bargain. Inquire at Com
shop, U.5 East seventeenth
FOR SALE FOUR-YEAR OLD HAMIL
tonian mare. If)1- hands hiira. weiifus I (i,0
pounds: good senile driver; city br He: bind
and gentle. Enquire ot G. M. S , JXIT Sevemh
BIOS SALE BROWN IIO'SE IN GOOD
JL' condition, weight about W:K pounds. First
class for business or light delivery. Also open
buiriryund harness Best cash offer tiikes It.
Call evenings. A. Timbcrlake, 9 Thirty-ninth
XiK)RSALE-A HALF SHETLAND PONY
-L. Gentle, drives single or double and Is a
good saldle animal: also onn fl-volume set.
Adam Clarke commentary, full calf bimlinu;
one net 4-volume Ridpatu s History or tbe
World, halt Morocco binding. Also one almost
new Hlnger sewing machine. Inquire of East
man B Co., I7I44 second avenue.
THOR SALE THE
tbe George Sutclifle
X? and good will of
wall paper store, at Fifteenth street and sec
ond avenue. Kock Island. A thriving, well
established busmen, together with a block or
wall mnrr nainui. oils, moldings, tools and
other supplies that go with a business of this
character. This Is an exceptional opportunity
for parties to establish themseives in a gooa
business at a very low figure. It must be
closed out at once, and will be sold at a snr
rtalngly low figure. Apply to Capt. J. M.
MANAGER WANTED FOR A FROM l
ncnt buslnesi enterprise. Not over mid
die age and of ripe business experience Sal
ary I. SO) to f J.OOO per annum. Must become
financially Interested in toe business, at least
in a moderate degree. rUate age and busi
ness experience. Addre&s Manufacturer,
The W. L. Douglas
32.50, S3, $3.50
For Sale Only at
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at borne or by the day. quire at 413
WANTED WASHI SO AND IRONING TO
do at home. Satisfaction guaranteed.
706 Ninth street.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
!OR RENT-ONE FURNISHED ROOM AT
If i Fourth avenue.
OR RENT THREE FURNISHED ROOMS.
Apply 7-1'J Seventeenth street.
OR BENT TWO ROOMS, FURNISHED
or unfurnished, at -tJV Forty-th ru street.
OR RENT ONE LARGE ROOM. NICELY
furnished, at sHiS Fif th-and-a half avenue.
OR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
liifbt housekeeping at 1405 Second ave-
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO NIELY FUR
cisbed roorrs with every convenience at
1116 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
ble for two persons. Call at 1093 Second
avenue; second floor.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM OR
suiteof three rooms, well ventilated, with
bath, at 273:' Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. ONE
room suitable for light housekeeping for
one' person and one sleeping room at 57
THOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
X? rooms, steam heat and bath. All modera
conveniences ; three blocks from poetotnee.
rcu stxteentn street.
FOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
front rooms with ail latest modern con
venienses. Mels if desired Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO FURNISHED
rooms, newly furnished, suitable for two
gentlemen. Price 11.50 to ti per week. Hoe
block from spencer square. Call at VjU
FOR REST A VERYDESIRABLE FRONT
room: shady and cool: location conven
ient to business center, and all modern con
veniences. Will rent to one gentleman. In
quire at 1301 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES
TTIOR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
FOR RENT A CCOD BARN AT llMU
OR RENT 6-ROOM MODERN FLAT.
steam bcat.at lcl l Third avenue.
T7TGR RENT DESK ROOM. WITH HEAT.
X; light, telephone, and janitor service. In
quire of Eastman & Co., 17ilft second avenue.
FOR RENT IN SOUTH KOCK ISLAND,
bouse of live rooms, with yard and barn.
Inquire at C H. seidel's grocery, seventh
avenue and Fourteenth street.
TnOR RENT 7-ROOM HOUSE. ALL MOI
X? era with large bssement: rent per
month, will rent furtished for flO. Apply at
house, Kil Twcntj -third street.
FOR RENT NEW MODERN 7-ROOM
house, bath, and furnace heat, Sixlb ave
nue east of Twenty-eighth street. Inquire K.
J. Burns, room 11. Mitchell & Lynde building.
WANTED TO RENT.
IT r ANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
v V en or eight roon;s bet ween Seventeenth
and Twenty-blth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "u, ' abgcs.
I 1FP WIT.T.TAMSOM FOR STORAGE.
O Money loaned on household goods; 1515
TTTANTED GOOD, RELIABLE OILSALES
I V man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
0 EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE FIVE-
room cottatre in excellent location lor
renting to exchange for good residence lots.
Address D. C. S., ARGUs.
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
I exchanges all kinds of second band goods.
111 nav more than any other dealer and sells
Cheaper. All kinds Of stove repairing and
cleaning done aluo. J. P. Williamson, 1B15
Second avenue. Telephone number
RAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave worJ at -"0o Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street anu ruin avenue,
If you nave any rags, ruooer, ew., u ku.
I will mime to vour 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, li. F. Klugger.
FYOTJ WANT TO BUY, SELL, T RADH
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mall Is the one paper In MoUne
ttiateando It for vou. Mall wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results. One-half eent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash in ad
ranee. SI -cent stamps wUl do. Evening- an
Sunday Mall. MoJlne. HI.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years' experience places us In a position
to give yu valuable Information along lines
that will assure vou success. Ask for free
letters of information and bulletin, of daily pa
pers that pay. We also start responsible par
ties in tbe mail order and agency supply bus
iness L jrd & Carver, Kacine, Wis.
WANTED A MIDDLE-AGED. RESFECT
able widow would like to correspond
ilb a re lined, sober man with matrimonial in
tentions. Addi tba po&torace box issi, Mollne,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
ANTED LAUNDRY GIRLS AT IIAR-
ANTED WOMAN COOK
ANTED COOK AT MRS. C. W. DUR-
nam s, jus; first avenue.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at lsiu Second avenue, up
WANTED A DINING ROOM GIRL AND
cook at Wright's restaurant, ly.'J Sec
WANTED GIRL FORGENERAL HOUSE
work. family of three. Apply at
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR KITCHEN
work at private boarding bouse. Mrs.
L. M. Dodson, 6i7 Seventeenth street.
WANTED MALE HELP.
VrANTED A GOOD BECL BOY AT THE
WANTED FOUR BRICKLAYERS AT
fin Of Annlt trt R n ir T-inlr ) I KT
Second street, DaveDport.
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
.. r, rruj TV l IV. A 1UI W
room 18, Hotel Sommers, Mollne.
WANTED BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
young men as canvassers. Must write
good hand. Address la own hand writing.
"S," caro this office.
WANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT MAN
agers: tu.ooo per year to take charge of
our phonographs; soma cash and bond re
quired. American Multiplex Talking Machine
company, 31 Quincy street, Chicago.
WANTED ENERGETI 3 REPRESENT -live
for bigfcly prohtable and genteel
business in or out of city: no bouse to house
canvassing, no samples, exceptional opportun
ity to make money. Call from Z to 5. or ad
dress 50. Schmidt buiiding, Davenport la.
WANTED TWO NICELY FCTRN13HFD
rooms. Inquire of W. D. Forden. M D
25 E'ghteeth street, between 10 and 1 a. m
TVT ANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
T sell a rapid selliDg article. CU1 before
8:30 a. m. or after 5 p.m. at 2718 Fifth avenue.
TVTANTED SEVERAL GOOD WOHK
v horses for farm use. harness, wagous
etc. Will give well located residence lot in
exchange, or it cottage rented to steady ten
ant Long tiire given on balance if desired
at moderate Interest. Address X , ahuus.
W7 ANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE-
saie house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to enlace r,omnrtt
manager for branch house. Salary tlt per
wu , a rr i tr;a nuu commission, must
Vest Sl.liOO fn pnnital r ... .
which dividend of rt nr rn t win k ...... .
teed, and furnish satisfactory references
Address. Secretary, box 0, Kansas City. Mo
LOST AND FOUND
T OST -CREDENTIAL BOOK NO. j;7.IO.
Ji at Watch Tower. July 4. Tickets in
closed marked J A. Hardin Reward if re
turned to St. James hotel, Davenport.
IOST LADY'S GOLD WATCH. KM-
graved 'Kitty." urved, has rn'v senium
and cluster of diamonds, green eiiaujeled i't.
Lost in Davenport Finder return to ibis ofllcj
and receive liberal reward.
TOST AT THE TOWER AFTER
J o'clock Thursday night. July 4, a watch
By returning to H. T. McKown, Fifteenth
stre t and First avenue, city, the finder will
receive a liberal reward.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Alo eboloe
property for sale and rent. W. L. Ooyne,
30 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gage loans by W. H Eastman, 1711 Sec
ond avenue, without publity or removal, ha
also makrta collections bard ones a special!;)
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest casn prices
paid for second band goods of all kinds also
Tbe above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. A II business transactions strictly
eonrldentlal. mi new number and location.
lft23 Second avenue Don t forget It. J. W.
Jonea Two rings on 1247
and Spiritual Healer
Is now permanently located at 1327
Second aveune. She gives psvehic
treatment for success in business,
love affairs, chronic diseases, habttn.
poverty and harmony at reasonable
rates. Full life reading 50 ctnia.
Test readings $1. Satisfaction entr
ant oed. Hours 1 to 9 p. m.
For Drunkenness an3
gfr&jr Drug Using.
Wl'lrase write ns.
. r Corrpspondenca
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