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THE AUGrTJS. OCTOBER 1901.
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TERMS Daily, 10 eenu per week. Weekly,
1 00 per annum in advance.
All communications of political or arnmisn-
stive character, political or rellglone, must
have real name attached for publication. No
each rtiole.wlll be printed over fictitious glf
Correspondence solicited from every town
hip in Rock Iiltnd e- unty.
Wednesday, October 2.
Thb Missouri riTer in many places
has changed its course tire miles in
Chaklks Gates Da we, candidate
for senator, is said to have a large
number of farmer' clubs organized
all over the state in behalf of his can
Miw. Roosevelt has served notice
on her little kingdom that the rising
bell will be rung iust as early, and
the "lessons" bell just as regularly as
was the custom at Oyster Hay. ben
Miw. Chaules Okmsby, of Chicago,
who gave birth to quadruplets Sun
day, nas quite a collection oi news
paper clippings concerning previous
achievements. lnese are triplets,
twins (twice and three other chil
dren. Tbk new postal ruling under which
thousands of tons of mail matter that
has hitherto been carried as second
class must now pay the higher rates
of postage went into eUect today. It
is believed that trie cnange will re
suit in a surplus instead of the usual
deficit in the postoilice department.
This will mean an extension of the
free rural delivery service, and will
also be a step toward one cent letter
postage, which is a thing greatly
desired by the department.
"President Roosevelt is sur
rounded by an official family of short
names," says the New York Press.
In the cabinet wo have Root. Hay,
Smith, Long. (Jage. Knox all names
of one syllable, which is most un
usual. The president's most intimate
friend is Wood. The man he is most
fond of in New York is Kiis. Uis
most intimate political enemy is
Piatt. His chief political adviser and
for years his sponsor is Lodge. His
secretary while governor of New York
was Younes "
There is a marked contrast in the
nature of governors. When Gov.
Sam Van Sant, of Minnesota, visited
his old home at Le Claire. Iowa, this
week, Gov. Leslie M. Shaw, of that
state, thought enough of the occasion
and the amenities due to be present.
When iov. Sam Van Sant came to
Cock Island, the city of his birth, a
few weeks ago. Gov. Dick Yates, of
Illinois, did not recognize the cour
tesy he owed to the distinguished
guest or care enough for the pride of
the people of this city to accept the
invitation to come here at that tine.
Senator M. A. Hanna, who soon
after the funeral of President McKin
ley.deciared he would never again sub
mit to an interview, is again talking
in his characteristic authoritative
manner. Speaking of the care of the
body of the martyr president, he
says: "The boly is safe; the soldiers
will guard it until the monument we
are to build is finished. When I re
turn to Cleveland various committees
will be appointed and President Roose
velt will name the permanent trus
tees who will collect the contributions
for building an appropriate monu
ment and tomb. When it is finished
and the remains of William McKinley
are incased in the tomb, there need
be no fear of any one breaking into
AS TO ANARGHI.
Col. H. G. Reeves, of Bloomington,
at a soldiers' reunion the other day,
told his recollections and impressions
on the assassination of Lincoln and
Garfield, and made a brief reference to
the assassination of President McKin
ley. On the latter tragedy he said in
"You tell me he was shot by an
anarchist, and that anarchy is re
sponsible for the loss of the life cf
this good 'president, and that anarchy
is responsible for the action of this
rile wretch, and that anarchy is the
cause of the whole world being
plunged into sorrow and grief. What
is anarchy? Wnat is an anarchist?
Anarchy opposes legal govern
ment; it favors Lawlessness; it
is opposed to obeying proper
roles and regulations for the control
tf civilized communities. I hope
and believe thai the red-banded as
sassin, who on toe fatcfal Friday, in
the city of Buffalo, shot McKinley
down, had no organization back of
him, and that he had no accomplices.
But the lesson for us to letrn is that
we must be obedient to the law; we
' must teach young people to be obedi
ent to the law of the parent in the
home; we mast in all tbis broad land
of ours, with its 70.000.000 of people,
ahow a higher regard for law. Trie
executive, whether in state, city, vil
lage or town, who fails to carry out
and execute the law of the land, is
himself a law-breaker and perjurer,
and ought to be punished. We need
a revival of municipal patriotism and
we need better government in our
cities and towns."
There is a good deal of food for
thought in CoL Reeves1 definition of
TBK CHANGE IN ROOSEVELT,
The Boston Herald is of the opinl on
that Theodore Roosevelt will make a
better president as the mrcassor to
William McKinley than, he wonld
hive mads if he had been chosen
president by the people. Tbis be
cause the character of the one presi
dent may be expected to modify in
operation that of the other. There is
exactly the sobering effect upon
Roosevelt that was needed in his en
tering the presidency in this way.
He might have come into it as a kind
of hurrah candidate, and in so doing
he would have been in danger of not
doing justice to himself any more
than to the nation. For Mr.
Roosevelt is much more than
a hurrah personality. He is a
highly intelligent and a thor
oughly educated gentleman. He has
thought and studied cn the subject of
pubUc life. He had some of the ex
uberance of youth as a politician, and
the Spanish war brought it into
rather disproportionate exercise. The
applause he received in connection
with his record there would have been
a disadvantage to him in view of his
entering upon great responsibilities
His coming to the presidency now
is as if he took it at tne age of 50 in
stead of that of 40, for, certainly, the
tragic events connected with his ac
csssion are equivalent to adding more
thn 10 years to his life in thought
fulness and the sense of the responsi
bility implied in the oilice. He is a
safer president than be would nave
been under the other conditions in
deed, we are much inclined to regard
him as a safer president absolutely as
he now is.
J OS LIN JOTTINGS.
Joslin, Ot. 2. Mrs. Connie Buck
lev is reported quite sick.
Milton Hanna is visiting at Leslie
Ilanna's at Jolin.
Miss NelJie Dunbar Sundayed with
Miss Iva Donabey.
James Donahoo has purchased an
engine and corn shredder.
Charles Djnahoo will return to
Keokuk to take up his school work.
Austin Schaible Speot -Sunday last
with Mr. and Mrs. David Adams.
Fred Schaible, who was hurt at the
raees at Prophetstown, is able ' to be
Mr. and Mrs. Alabrow.of Port Byron,
Sundayed in the country wijh rela
tives. Rev. Wood is moving his household
goods to his new appointment at
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schafer visited
with Rev. May and family lat Sun
day. Mrs. C. U. Osborne enjoyed a short
viit with her uncle, Mr. Howard, of
Cnarley Beck and wife have re
turned after visiting Mrs. Beck's
father and mother.
Mrs James Walker and Mrs. K K.
David went to Tort Byron last Tues
day. Mrs. Matthews and daughter Mil
lie went to Erie Friday to see Roy
Matthews, who is quite sick.
A. G. Brewster and A. M. Wendt,
of Port Byron, were out in the coun
try on business last Tuesday.
John Wiedeman and family, of
Wake, spent Sunday last with his
brother and family in Henry county.
Mrs. Ward has returned to her
home in Nebraska after spending
some time with her daughter, Mrs.
Charle Wake, Clint Donahoo,
William Nold, F. J. Whiteside and
son Willard went to Chicago Tuesday
with cattle and hogs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and son. of
Danville, are visiting with. Mrs.
Bailey's parent?, Senator and Mrs.
The following expect to attend the
state fair tbis week at Springfield:
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Osborne, Mr. and
Frank Joslin, and Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. May has returned home from
conference. At his own request he
was left without an appointment and
was transferred to the Iowa confer
ence. R9V. Busey. of Orangeville,-
will take Mr.
May's work on the
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Homeseekers1 tickets to points in
the north, west and south on sale via
C, K. I. & P. railway Oct. 1 and 15.
Call at city oilice, 1813 Second ave
nue. Very low round trip rates to Buf
falo and New Yoik via C , R I. & P.
Low rates to Minneapolis and re
turn via C, R. I. & P. railway Oct. J
Sept. 30, Oct. 8 and 9 the C , R. I.
& P. railway will sell round trip tick
ets to Ft. Worth and Dallas at rate of
one fare p'us $2.'
Illinois state fair. Thursday, Oc
tober 3rd, is the best day. The Rock
Island & Peoria railway is the best
way. Two dollars for tne round trip
is cheap enough. Service first class.
Train leaves Moline at 6:13 a. m.,
Rock Island at 7:00 a. m. Train ar
rives at Springfield at 11:50 a. m.
Returning train leaves Springfield at
7:00 p. m. Forty-five miles shorter
and very much quicker than other
October 7, IlllooU Day.
At the Pan-American Exposition will
be one of the greatest special days of
the exposition. Gov. Yates and staff
and state officer will be in attend
ance. Addresses by Gov. Yates, Sen.
ator Mason, Mayor Harrison, Colonel
Frank P. Low'den and Edwin A.
Monger. Bear in mind that the
Michigan Central, "The Niagara Falls
Route," offers unsurpassed attrac
tions and facilities. Send 4 cents pos
tage for Pan -America a Souvenir
Folder. City ticket office. '119 Adams
Illinois Day at Paa-Amerlcan.
Take one of the three through trains
on Nickel Plate road at $10.50 for the
round trip. Tickets on sale October
5 and 6. good returning until October
13. inclusive. Meals 35 cents to fl
In dining cars. For tickets good in
sleeping cars and longer limits, write
or call on John Y. Calaban, general
agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago.
Hfua Illinois Day at Po- American.
Tne Nickel Plate road has three
through trains daily and will sell
tickets October 5 and 6 at one cent
per mile, good returning until Oc
tober 13. inclusive. Through trains
to New York and Boston. City ticket
oilice 111 Adams street, Chicago.
Pan-American, Buffalo Nickel rial Road
lO SO for Koaod Trip. SlOfiO.
Tickets on. sale October 5 and 6,
good returning until (Jctober lo in
clusive. Meals in dining cars 35
cents to $ 1. Also tickets good in
Bleeping cars and longer limits at
slight increase. City ticket cilice
111 Adams street. Chicago.
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonville, Va
druggist, writes: "Your Ooe Minute
Cough Cure gives peifect satisfaction
My customers say it is the best reme
dy for coughs, colds, throat and lung
troubles." B. 11. Bieber and Ilartz
In conformity with an act of the general as
sembly of the sta.e of Illinois entitled an Act
to prevent ana puniin tne unlawful buvlng,
gel-in?, keeping for sale, using, tilling or traf
ficking, in cans. tubs, firkins, boxes, bottles,
rusks, barrels, kegs, cartons, tanks, fountains,
vessels or containers: to provide for the reg
istration of names, brands, designs, trade
marks, devices and otber marks of ownership
in connection wirb such articles, and to pro
tect tne owners tuereor. Approved May 11,
1001. in force July l. I'.tOl.
A. D. Huesing. whose principal office Is In
the city of Kock Isiand. In the county or Koi-U
Island and the state of Illlno's. does hereby
ceitlfy and declare that he is the owner of j
certain bottles, syphons, boxes and snipping!
cases with bis design, trade marl;, device
and mark of ownership blown In the glass of
said bottles, etched on the syphons and sten
ciled on the said boze3 and tbippi'-g cases;
that the design, trade murk, device and mark
of ownership on said bott'es. syphons, boxen
and shipping case Is as follows, to-wit:
On the sides of some of the bottles and sy
phots is the came A. D. Huesing, with the
words "Rock Island, 111," beneath the name;
alsothe letters A. D. II. arranged in the form
of a monogram in too centtr of same, said
monogram also on the bottom of some of said
bottles: on the sidts of other bottles and sy
phons is the came A. D. Huesing. with the
words Kock Islai d. 111., arranged in the form
of a circle.
All syphons have thn name, A. D. Huesing
stamped in metal heads.
On tne sides of other bottles Is the name,
Greenfield &. Co.. and the words. Hutchinson,
Kan., arranged In the form of a circle.
On the hid-h of other bottles Is the name
"American Mineral Water company" and the
word-i st. Louis, ato , ar. anged in the foim of
The brands ard desiges upon the boxes and
shipping-cases are as follows, to-wit:
On tbe ends of said boxes and shipping cases
are tbe letters a. u. 11 . wltb tbe words A. D.
Huesing, soda and mineral waters. Kock Is
land, in., on the sides oi saiu boxes ana sn:p
la witness whereof the said A. D Hues
ing has hereunto set his hand and seal this 14-b
aay oi septemoer, a. iuui.
(Seal) A. D. Hcesing
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County. 1,3
A. D. Huesing being tlrst duly sworn, deposes
and says that be b a read the foregoing affi
davit and Knows tne contents thereof, and
that tbe tame is true, both in substance and
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Uth
day of September, A. D. , 1V0I.
(Seal) F. P. Goldsmith,
Special Assessment Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all persons inter
ested that tbe city council of tie city of Kock
Iclnnd. having ordered that:
Tee alleys running east and west In blocks 12
and 13 Spencer and Case's addition to the
i.lti or Kock island. re improved bv excavat
ing, curbing and paving toe same with br rk.
tbe ordinance for the same being on tile in the
office of the city clerk of said city, and tbe
said city baving applied to be county court of
Kock island county, in tne state or Illinois, fo.
an assessment of the costs of said improve
ment according to tbe fronage of the prop
erty contlgutus to thelineof Improvement acd
an assessment tnereoi naving Deen made at d
returned to said court, (docket number ) tbe
final bearing theieon will tie bad on the 14th
day of October, A. I . lUOl. or as soon there
after as the business or tee court will perrt it.
il persons desiring may tie objections in said
court be ro re said ciiyanu may appear tin tte
bearing and make their defense.
The assessment Is payable in five (5) Install
ments. AH Installments except the first shall bear
Interest at f e rate oi live lot per centner
annum from and after date of confirmation
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, tbis 23th day
or September, A. D., r.K)l.
W. J. RANSOM,
Commissioner appointed to make the assess
ment. John K. Soott, City Attorney.
GO ON SALE ABOUT
Oct. 15, 1901.
In making your arrange
ments to go to
Call on or write (it only
costs 2 cents)
Geo. B. Allen. A. G. P. A , Southern
Railway. St. Louis, Mo., or
J. C. Beam. N. W. P. A., 225 Dear
born street, Chicago, 111.
And they will furnish you rates,
send literature and give any informa
io n desired.
earner Second and Harrison
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Good for Season 1901.
Our aent will be at the Davenport
pons which when presented at the Bastoa Store will entitle yon to
T- i- r-. m T" I -ft f o PAnninl twill Tick tiBt-.iTnrat nanh flnv trr m
:oU0 llloK) a. m. aun iu o.uu p. ui.
Fall house cleaning time will remind you of those lace curtains
or that rug you hve been putting off buying until the fall house
cleaning time. The9e departments are ready to remind you of
In today's bulletin we want to impress on you that never
before have'we had such complete lines in Cnrtaine, Draperies
and Rus as we are now showing not a weak spot in anv of the
lines, and as you will need some of these things and must buy
them somewhere, why not inspect tbe best stocks the largeot
stocks, and get the lowest prices shown in these parts.
New Rope Portiers from fti down to $1.98 1
Cable Net Curtains, Bittenburg patterns, for pair $2.98
Great values in Arabian Lice Curtains at from $30 down to. . $5.00
A Nottingham Lace Curtain bargain for $2.48 !
An immense variety of Couch Covers from flO down to. .. . $2.50
Tapestry Portlers from $15 down to, pair $t.98
Bobinct Bed sets for brass or iron beds, from and up $2.75
Shaped fringed Bed Spreads something new shaped to al
low foot bed post to go through; price, up from $1.75
1 yard wide Dotted Swisses IOC
1 jatd wideSilkcline for 10c
Swisses. Nets, Madras, Curtain materials, etc., from bz up to 5c
27x54 Wilton Rugs
SOxtU) Smvrna Rugs
9x12 Ingrain Carpet Kugs
9x12 Ingrain Carpet Rugs
Oriental Rags, from and vp
Bottled at the Brewery
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. Cll before
8 20 a. m. or after 5 p. m. at 2718 Fifth avenue,
WANTKD BOARD AND RIOMS FOR
man. wife and 4-year old ch'ld. Must
be pleuoant rorms and good table. State
price and lull particulars. Confidential. Ad
dress, li. SO, AKiiUS.
WANTED AN EST A BUSHED WHOLE
sale house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engaee competent
manager for branch house. Salary Cl'.O per
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest $1,000 In capital stock of company, on
which dividend or 9 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Mi -
MISS DENTON, PALMIST, 12 WEST
Third St . Davenport. Gives advice on
business, love, marriage, sickness and health.
Also gives the best time for lawsuits, business
ventures, etc Hours, 10 to noon; 2 to 5, and
7:30 to p m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, PALMIST AND
Clairvoyant, tells you the past, present
and future correctly. Tells you everything
pertaining to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, acciatn'sand every
thing of interest. One call will prove her won
derful accuracy Office hours fom 1 to 10 p. m.
No 706-Fourth avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN.
nfON3Y TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
IV I -' . lA of .Aiirt- A Ian choice
U li miij - w. ' -4
property for sale and rent. w. L. Coyne,
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing", dry
goods, furniture, eto. Highest cash prices
Tne above goods for sale at naif tbe usual
store pnees. a li Dusiucsa n udvmvii o j
oonbdeotlal. His now number and locatlor,
14J3 Second avenue Don't forget It. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1B4
RUGS MADE TO ORDER
Formerly connected with the
Union Mission. Ila9 ' em
barked in business for him
Belf at 2117 Fourth Ave.
Orders promptly filled and
delivered. Work guaranteed.
' '''S.'r healthful refreshment, inspiration and
lllr ' v ' XC03 1 delight in a glass of
f "i -icSf &OHBMIANf I
li ." ''-V-.XVraSil "King of all Bottled Beers.'
S; - ill IK A sparkling, wholesome beverage, rich in that 3
i - '' vtX-'J- fcjBfev indescribably pleasing flavor of pure bops. Its II
t ifeT).?: fine effervescence and rare keeping qualities 5
I VSrtfsl havc made ,hc chosca beer of the most At
V ''ti y discriminating critics.
VT A. 1). IIL'KSLW:, Rock lsluiul, Illinois.
Out bonk of menu. "Some Garir.an Su.r," frcwugAlcMMi i'
Streets, Davenport, Iowa.
landing and will distribute cou-
Only. Aever sold in Bulk."
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
T210R SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FRTTTT
Ju farm for sale In South Rook Islanfl. Fine
ly Improved. See Keldy Bros.
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH; A GRAM
ophone nd Hi record Cull or address
C. D. AIoLuughlin. Milan, 111."
FOR SALE HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
laundry and other lin s of business.
Eistman & Co., 1 7 1 4 ' i second avenue.
FOR SALE A LADY'S 10 WHEEL, AS
good as new, Brst c ass make, for one
half price if taken soon. Innu-re at4.oa K.fth
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SECOND
band house heating boiler, self-feeding.
Can be used for iieam or hot water heat, a
bargain to parties fcavicg ute for iU Allen,
Myers & Co.
TTtARM FOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST
-A- stock, fruit and produce farn.s in ttouk
Island county: contains -10 acres: part cult i
vateo: part meadow, umberland uud pasture.
A never-failing spring and running stream of
pure water. Price 'n CO per acre, for further
particulars Inquire of W. It Ferguson, Masonic
Temple, hock Island, 111.
LOST AND FOUND.
I OST-SATURDAY MORNING ON SEV
1 cntecnth slre-t. an Ice-wool shawl.
Finder leave at a Huts o nice and be rewarded.
I OST AN IRISH SETTER FIN'ER
A revurn to Carl Helpenstell and be reward
ed. I OST A DARK COLORED LDVS
J jacket between Spencrr square and
Harper's theatre Saturday evening. Flrder
leave at Aki.cs ofSee and be rewarded.
TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY.
EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE F1VE-
room cottage in excellent location for
rentiog to exchange for good residence lota.
Address D. C s., aigdb.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE 160 ACRES
unimproved land in central Kansas
for building lots, cottage or bouse. For fur
ther Informauonl r quire of W. S. McKce.
The Wonderful Medium
Will bo at street number for 10
days to give siltiDgs from 9 a.
m. to 5. p m. daily. Will hold
public circles Tuesday and Thurs
day evening at 8 p. m. Sittings
50c, full trance sittings f 1, cir
cles 15c. Be sure and call on this
1327 Second Avenue.
OT3I3S --A-TTT3 UHHSTTDS
SALE OF SHOES.
We have culled out all odd pairs and discontinued lines in
ladies1 black and tan shoes and placed them on our bargain
tables in two lots.
Lot 1 Ladies' black and tan shoes, sizes 4 to 8, formerly sold
at from 12.00 to $2.50, your choice $1.00
Lot 2 Ladies' black and tan in McKay Welt and turns, formerly
sold at from $2.75 to $3.50, your "choics at 1.50
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
FOR BENT ROOMS.
'OR RENT FURNISH ED ROOMS AT 1518
rOR SENT FURNISHED ROOM AT 1301
1 Fourth avenue. Heat, gas and batb.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping at 1403 Second avenue.
JjlOR REST FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
X? excellent table boaid at TOl Seventeenth
OR REST TWO LARf'.E FURNI3HED
rooms for rirnt housekeeping at 11-i
IORRENT A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM
at l&il Third avenae. Us and bath ac
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
li?ht housekeeping. Also sleeping roorcs
at 18C4 Third avenue.
TOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
1 ble for two persona. Call at 1606 Second
avenue; second Boor.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
tabie board and all modern conveniences
at 1-y cecoud avenue.
FOR RENT NEW FURNISHED ROOM
for gentleman All modern conveniences,
at tus Twenty-second stiee:.
tfOR RENT A LARGE, NICELY FUR
C nished room with gas, heat and bath.
AFply at 1103 Fourth aveuue.
J71QR REN T ROOM WITH It'JARD IN
- private family for one o.- two gcntlemeu
Terms reasonable. Address "H 8" akgcs.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS SUIT
abie for two gentlemen in ludiag board.
Two blocks fro oi Spenser square, laic Fifth
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, steam beat and bath. AUmodera
conveniences; three blocks from postoffloe.
523 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT-FOUR FURNISHED ROOM,
complete for nousefcee ping, or two leep
ing rocms and two rooms for housekeeping at
1110 Second avenue.
CilOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
C- front rooms with a'l latest modern con
venienses. Mctla if desired Easy waiting
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
FOR SENT HOUSES
TJK3R RENT HO C S E3 TO RENT. HULL &
ICR RENT GOOD FIVE RO"M COTTAGE
$9 a month. 1 1 1 Twenty-ninth street.
JTIOR RENT A MODERN HOUSE WITHIN
- two blocks of court house. Hull & Htm-
FOR RENT AN K ROOM HOUSE,
Fif th-and-a-balf avenue. Inquire -at
FOR RENT AN EIGHT ROOM nUSE:
mocern improvements, at 1034 Twen
tieth street. Enquire dl Niceteeatb street.
FOR RENT 8-ROOM HJUSE WITH HATH
room, modern improvements. Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Inquire next door.
FOR RENT OR SALE CHEAP, A NICE
cottage in Sears, with good well and cis
tern. Apply to T. J. Medlll, Bengston block
FOR RENT A STORE AND EIGHT
rooms fitted with water works, located
at --11 Fourth avenue. Inquire at Kock Uland
FOR RENT FIRST-CLASS. UP-TO-DATE
tvrocin modern dwelling, with bath, fur
nace, electric lig-ots and all modern conven
iences. Call at -t 6 Seventb avenue, Kock
T7K)R RENT 204 Eighth avenue: seven
mj rooms, new bouse, city water and eewtr.
116 per month: also 905 Twentieth street:
Bine rooms: completely m dern: hot water
furnance, bath room, laundry and excellent1
located: alo bouse Sixth avenue and Twentv
eigbt street: all modern conveniences, wnlch
will be vacant by Oct 1: als small rl iv on
Fourteenth street between '1 bird and Fourth
avenue. Apply to Goldsmith & wclvec.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
TTTOR SALE HULL & HEMF.NWAY HAVE
JD two snaps on hand if taken soon.
FOR SALE A NICE NEW COTTAGE,
sie ItixiW feet: and lot 5txl.V) feet on
Twelfth street, just out of city limits, rat .!
cash if taken at once. Apply to Goldsmith &
IjTOR SALE) A GOOD INVESTMENT, TWO
JD houses on one lot OxUU feet: one house
seven rooms, rents for SIS. and one home, six
rooms, new. rents for 12.nO: will sell both
houses cheap if tanen soon for S.-tK). Apply
to Goldsmith & McKee
FOR SALE SMALL 4-ACRE FRUIT AND
garden farm in South Rock Island; house
5 rooms: bam and wapon sheds; well and cis
tern. Owner makes I'xK) gross income off of
farui per annum. Also raises chickens. Ap
ply to Gotdsmltn & McKee.
CKR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
X? 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 4h73, Goldsmith It Mo
Kee, over People s National bank.
TpOR 8 ALE LOTS IN McENIRVS AD
XJ dltlon by C J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lynda building. These lota are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
street. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Kim
street street ear Una. Terms to suit pur
ohasor. Administrator's Motto.
Estate of Jane N. Weatherbead, deceased.
The undersigned having oeen appointee aa
mtnlslratorof the estate of JaueN. Weather
bead, late of the county of Rook Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at tbe county court room.
In the eityof Rock Islandat the November term,
on the first Monday In November next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
jnested o make immediate payment to the
Dated this !th day of September. A. D. 1901.
D. A. Wbathsbbcau, Administrator.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED-A FISST CLASS DINING
room girl at the Delmouloo restaurant
WANTED SEWING GIRL AT TR1-C1TY
Regalia company. 3i4 Twentietb street.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
bousewoik. Apply at 119 Second ai e
WANTED LADIES OF REFINEMENT TO
visit residences. Nothing to sell. Good
compensation. Aidress --Liberal,'' care
Leader oQlce, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED MALE HELP.
AIv . "3 THREE GOOD BELL HOYS
at ue carper oou.se.
A TED AT OSCE WASHMAN AT
tne hock ifiana steam Laundry.
ANTED A FIRST-CL 4.SS NIGHT MAN
at -itf ferry street. Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED ONE OR TWO TEAMS FOR
several weeks' work. D. C. W. akgih.
WANTED-ii MINERS. STEADY WORK
summer and winter at Silvis Mining
crmpany. Carbon Cliff. 111.
WANTED STARK NURSERY PAYS
csh weekly If you sll btark ticcs,
Louisiana, Mo ; Dansville. N. Y.
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steadv work. Apply
room la, Hotel bummers, Moline.
WANTED A BOY ABOUT 1 YEARS
old. with bicycla Cli at Postal Tele
graph office. I'i-H second avenue.
WANTED EIGHT OR TEN GOOtl CAIt
penteri at the lllino's theatre. Apply
to H. 11. Button, supcriuteLdent of cons ruc
tion. WANTED BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
youeg men as canvassers. Must write
good band. Address In own hand writlnf,
"S." care this office.
WANTED AT ONCE. A ' BUSIILING"
maD to do rep irio' work at m Cjn
servavry Panl-orium otub. Gooi salary. Call
or addrf ss 2Ui7 Fiftn avenue.
WANTED INDUSTRIOUS MEN. B5T
opportunity o engage In alesi injate
aud pr-i;tibl b-'siness, whlh vd net
f rom sjiS in) to $:U 00 a week without canvass
ing or so leiting We hive the bst money
m;4 ing proposition of the ace Previous ex
perience unnecessary. Westirtyou In busi
ness No sureties or capitti req.lred. If you
me tn business serd 30 cents for sample ana
par iculars. Monev returned if propositi ,n Is
accepted. Address Davis. SuUivan & Co..
Milwaukee, Wis. x.
WANTKD TO KENT.
WANTED THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms forlipli. hompke erics by two
lad es. Address at ones to "II Im, ' aki.cs.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-tifth streets and Kith ad Fourth
venues. Address "D." Ahguf.
ANTiD TO RENT A HOUSE. ABOUT
live or six ro ms Give f jil particulars,
price aad locution Address II, Jl, AKolTs
OR GOOD R OM AND BOARD AD-
dress "S ar" Argus oilice.
IER WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
C3 Money loaned on household goods; 1515
FOR RENT FIR VT CLASS. NEW UP
right piano at 0J per month. Inquire
at 42,'0 seventh avenue, fcock I-land.
WANTED GOOD. RELI A BLE OIL SALES
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and implement company, Cleve
17 ANTED EVERYBODY TO TRY
H Munn's patent envelope. Costs nou.ore
than the ordinary Kind. K-axer x Co. cj elu
sive agents, i."w second avenue.
WANTi:i NEAT PEOPLE TO TALlv TO
neat people about a neat article. It
sells at hit;ht. .Address for particulars, "Bis
marck," tf.'J Fifth avrtiuc, MoMnc. 111. y
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS. AND
I exchanges all kinds of second band goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
Cheaper. A 11 kinds of stove reualring and
Cleaning done blso. J. P. Williamson, 1516
Second avenue. Telephone cumber 484.
KAG3, RUBBERS, ETC. SsF.NU POSTAL
card or leave word at 2v06 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
If you have any rags, rubber, eto., to cell.
I will come to vour bouse and pay you from
60 to 75 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to 5o a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention. B. F. Klugger.
FYOU WANT TO BOY, SELL, TRADK
or rent any thing, engage help or secure
situation, tbe Mall Is the one paper In Moltca
that can do It for you. Mall wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring resulta. One-half eent
per word la the price to all alike, eaeh In sd
vanae. i-oent stamp will do. .Kranlcf n
Sunday Mall. Moline. 111.
C CABINET MAKERS W ANTED PERM A -J
nent emplojment: Inside work: no labor
troubles: highest wages, ranging fron
upwards: nine hours work. We require at
least IfO men Cleanest and best lighted furni
ture foctorv la tbe world Come at once pre
pared to work or write f"r particulars 'I be
Brunswick-Ualke-Collender company, Cbiea
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years' experience places us In a position
to give you valuable Information along lines
that will ass j re you success. Ask for free
letters o Information and bulletin of daily pa
pets that pay. We also start responsible pa--Ues
In the ma'l order and agency supply bu-lncss-
Lord & Carver. Racine. Wis.
1ERMANENT POSITION REQUIRING NO
canvassing for the right rc an to represent
un old established com o any having .!.i.m
capital, t'.b salary tbe first month, cot cond -tional
on results t0 and expenses the first
year, payable weekly direct from our office
Absolutely stra'gbt salary: no deception. Op
portunity for promotion and increase of salary.
State age. relerencesand business experience
Address Universal Manufacturing company
Box 733, Philadelphia. Pa.
tleman as general office agent for either
Davenport, Rock Island or Moline. Small
capital required for necessary stock of goods
Profits will exceed tlO monthly. Addre-s
"Profitable, tre Leader cilice, Davenport,
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