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TJbt 3S ABbmS Fit I DAY. OCTOBEK 4. liJUl .
Afer.3 EtHt Ulsnd, Hi. lEaUroJ at tt
, uuaei m Second-daw matter.
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TERMS Dally, 10 eenta par wMt Wkly,
II 00 per tnntun In advance.
All communications of political or arrnman
tatlve character, political or religion, moat
hare real name attached for publication. No
such article. will be printed orar fletltlouaaiK
nature Correspondence solicited Irons every town
ablp In Rock Island county.
Fkkuat, October 4.
Tuk ships that pass ia the day have
Ween the source of chief public inter
est of late.
N objecti -n whatever should be
made to congress allowing and pay
ing all the bills resulting from the
death and burial of Tresident McKin
ley. It is but proper that the nation
should take its share of the burden as
some recompense, even though it may
not remove the pain to a stricken
Pj:i;iiest McKislev was one of
the trustees of the Peabody education
fund, and his death is the third which
has occurred in the board since its
last meeting. The other two were
Hon. William Wirt Henry of Virginia,
who died Dec. 5, I9o0. and Hon. Wil
liam M. Evarts. ot New York, who
oied Feb. 28, 19l.
Tbk letter from the emperor of
China to the German emperor is de
scribed as an exquisite work of art.
It is painted on a single piece of yel
low silk of over four yards in length,
and is beautifully illuminated with
dragons, iliwers and arabesques, em
broidered in gold thread and silk of
various colors. The work is so per
fectly executed that at tirat sight the
embroidery is mistaken ' for enamel.
The letter'is inclosed in a yellow silk
envelope, which is also elaborately
embroidered, and fastened by ivory
tud3 of the most ingenious character.
The emperor has ordered the letter to
ba preserved in the Hoherj.Dlltrn
A okpixg to the Springfield News
Senator Callom will not insist upon
bing appointed chairman of the com
mittee on foreign relations. The sen
ator has told friends that if President
Roosevelt desires the eelection of Sen
ator Henry Cabot Lodge for this im
portant otiice he will have no objec
tion to the choice being made by the
republican caucus that will meet very
soon after congress ronvenes. It is
said tbat'this means that Senator Cal
lom will continue to be chairman of
the committee on interstate com
merce, and it means, moreover, that
the element in the senate which is
strongly opposed to Secretary Hay's
policies will have control of the com
mittee. ILLINOIS' I'OOR RICHARD.
In bis effort to pacify and capture
the Tanner machine, lates has gone
to ludicrous ends, and the Quincy
Herald says it seems he has been
gold-bricked. Some of the most im
portant cogs in the machine fail to
revolve at the governorette'e bidding.
Col. J. Mack Tan"-' who has re
cently been appointed secretary of
the state board of charities, refused
to go into the wrangle in the Sanga
mon county central committee and
pull wires for Yates, and it is now in
timated that he may lose his position.
In his efforts to placate the Tanner
inllaence Yates has alienated many of
his early supporters men who were
friends when friends were scarce.
It won't be very long before he will
be completely discredited in all politi
There is no rest, even in an off
year in Illinois, from the hungry pol
iticians of the state. Every import
ant public gathering is made the
occasion for the wire pulling of the
chronic. During the present week
the republican politicians have been
making the state fair the excuse for a
round up and preliminary campaign.
The next senator, the next governor,
state treasurer, clerk of the supreme
court and other offices are all in for
their share of the cackle and it is a
badly mixed discussion. Speaker
Sherman is talked of as the republi
can candidate for governor, and his
THE. MODE.RN STOVE P0L1SM
FIRE PROOF !!
"3 BIGGER BOX (ClS )
first boom in this direction came from
one of the Chicago clique headed by
Chris Warner, which was supposed
to be hostile to Sherman's advance
ment. Ex-Congressman Marsh is
there, says the Chicago Tribune,
and iepublicans from Kock Island
county, which is again a part of
Marsh's district, say they will sup
port him if he wants the congressional
nomination. And we are advised.
"As Rock Island is the only county in
the new district which was supposed
to have an opposition candidate,
this is thought to insure Col.
Marsh's return to congress, as
the district is safely republican."
The Tribune continues: "The mat
ter to be discussed is said to be the
control cf the next state committee.
One of the questions is how to save
Railway Commistioner McKinney, tbe
friend of the governor and now a
member of the commission. Mercer,
McKinney 'a countv, is in the senator
ial district composed of Mercer, Kock
Island and Henderson counties, and
joined with Kock Island, Whiteside
and others in a judicial district. Rock
Island, by virtue of its size, controls
the senatorial, and Kock Island and
Whiteside the judicial.
"Representative Samuelson of Mer
cer wants to retarn to the legislature
and Mercer also has a candidate for
circuit judge. The Rock Island men
say they are willing to give Mercer
tbe judgeship and the repiesentative,
but that is all a small county like
Mercer is entitled to. It will have to
give np tbe membership of tte state
committee and let it go to either Han
cock. Schuyler or Warren counties, so
that Rock Island can get the member
of the state board of equalization. "
Sept. SO. Alice L. CollinB to Rue
sell & Johns, lot 17. block 3. College
Heights add.. Rock Island, $ 2oO.
Kimore W. Hum to A!lce L. Col
lins, lot 17, block 3. College Heights
add.. Rock Iland. $250.
reter H. Wcssel to Eoiil Christo
pher, lot 10, block 1. P. H. Wessel's
first add., Moline, $450.
Minnie L. Stevens to John E. Poole,
part lot 2 and 3, block 9. Wood's
ihird add., Moline, $3,300.
Frances A. Webb to Minnie L.
Stevens, part lots 2 and 3, block 9,
Wood's third add., Moline, f I.
Nelson S. Bent ley to Henry W. J.
barnes, wl lot 2. biock 43, Lower
add.. Rock Island. $100.
E. E. Rogers to Michael Murphv,
part lot 42, assessor's lot 20, 19, 25,
Sept. 3) Rock Island Mutual
Building. Loan & Saving association
to Sarah Dubinsky. part 44. Loner
add.. Rock Iland, f 1,100.
Nellie C. Desauiier to Frank A.
Herbst, part lot 20, assessor's lot ae ', ,
32 IS, lw, $loo.
Oct. 1. Rufus Yard to Sarah L
Read, lot 6. block E. Edgewood Park
add.. Rock Island. f S00.
William Ho'.feldt to Oewrjro Guil
foyle. lot 15. block 3. S. W. Wbee
lock's add., Moline, $2,100.
Agnes Kelly to Ann O'Brien, lot 17,
Guver'o add , Rock Island. $1.
Albert Bonin to Agi.es Kelly, lot 17.
Guyer's add.. Rock Inland, $2,450.
O'Brien & Kelly to Albert Bonin, w.
bw. 35. 17, 4w, $1,250.
Isabella Young to Frank Bltuer,
tract bv metes and bounds 35, 18, 2w,
Oct 2 Willia n Knaack to Aiolph
H. Yocge. lot ti. J. M. Beardsley's
sutxliv., Kock island. $2 UUO.
Joseph E. Shirk to Michael Mc
Ginne, nA ne 22. 20. 2e; se 15. 20, 2e;
nl. nw 23, 20. 2e. $7,904
Dora I'tifer to Albert M. Beal. lot
1, block 6, Candes grove, Moline,
E. H. Gnyer to E. H. Rvan, lot 2,
block 172. East Moline, $300.
Stella J. Morey et ai bv ma3ter to
Ploomie R. Garlicg, lot 6, block 8,
Stewart's sub-div., outlot 3, South
Moline, $135 57.
Cady & Skinner- to Henry Rowber,
lot 2. b!ock 3, M. Y. Cady's first add.,
Hilma J. Anderson to Axel Brim-
berg, lot 4. block 1. Wittig's add..
East Rock Island, Moline, $2,600.
Michael McGinn to Anton G. Folk
erg, ui, ne 22. 20, 2e; se 15. 20, 2e;
uj, nw 23, 20. 2e. $16 850.
'I am nfrald lili?sin Las mot with
"What makes you tliiuk ho."
"He k"s about with a jrlooniy look,
aylnsr there Is no mich a thins as dis
interested friendship. That is almost
u siir? si;ni that a mau lias born try
ing to borrow money." Exchange.
Sere lie Knew Beat.
Mamma Dora, your father fjivs that
that young man of your, Mr. Hartt, ia
Dora But be Isn't, mamma, for I
axkeil him, and be said lie wasn't. Of
rourw lie knows letter than pupa.
Sot I n usual.
May Have you beard of Clara's bard
Belle No. What is It?
"Now that tbey are married they
Lave to retrench awfully to make up
the money be wasted while courting
KID-NE-0ID3 HAVE MERIT.
For years I have bad shooting pains
through my back and sides. My nerves
were affected. Had spells of dizziness,
and could not Fleep. Doctors said
there was no help for me. I finally
was induced hy a friend to try Kld-Ne-Oids.
and they at once gave me re
lief. I continued to use them for three
months and am now well and cured.
Thanks to the discovery of Kid-Ne-Oids.
Mrs. John Hicks, Williamsport.
Pa. Price 50c. Tablets. Alwaya cure.
. T. II. THOMAS, Leading DruggUt. i
TIPS FOR TRAVELER?
$14.10 for the round trip to Buffalo
via the Rock Island route Oct. 5 and 6.
Homeaeekers' tickets to points in
the north. wjst and south on sale via
C, R. I. & P. railway Oct.'l and 15.
Call r.t citv otlice, 1813 Second ave
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. 9
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 plus $2.
October , Illinois Day.
At the Pan-American Exposition will
be one of the greatest special days of
the exposition. Gov. Yates and staff
and state otucers wUl be in attena
ance. Addresses by Gov. Yates, Sen
a tor Mason, Mayor Harrison, Colonel
Frank P. Lowden and Edwin A
Munger. Bear in mind that the
Michigan Central, "The Niagara Falls
Route," oilers unsurpassed attrac
tions and facilities. Send 4 cents pos
tage for Pan-American Souvenir
Folder. City ticket oflice, 119 Adams
Illinois Dny at Paifluiarlcan.
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 $1
in dining cars. For tickets good in
sleeping cars and longer limits, write
or call on John Y. Calahan. general
.agent,. Ill Adams street, Chicago.
Spend Illinois Day at Van-American.
The Nickel Plate read 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
ollice 111 Adams street, Chicago.
Fan-American, HntTalo Nickel I'late Koad
S10..50 for Round Trip. IO AO.
Tickets on sale October 5 and 6,
good returning until October 13 in
clusive. Meals iu dining cars 35
cents to $1. Also tickets good in
sleeping cars and longer limits at
slignt increase. ' City ticket otlice
111 Adams street, Chicago.
The pouch of a pelican Is l.irpp
enough to coutaiu seven quarts ot wa
ter. For mount a in cliinbinx camels nro
very inefficient and seldom usod in
Abyssinia and other mountainous coun
tries. Sparrow begin housekeeping very
expeditiously. A p:ur of them will
build a nest ami furnish It with an ejr
inside of 24 hours from the time wheii
the site was selected.
The female red grouse Is taid to vary
Its dress according to surroundings. It
is a fact worth remembering that the
red grouse occurs in no other part cf
the world but the British isles.
No one has been able to give a satis
factory reason for the formation adopt
ed by the wild duck or mallard in
flight. The birds arrange themselves
in two converging lines, like a huge V,
the leader occupying the point.
J. lie ostricu is a descendant of a
genus of bird which in prehistoric times
attained an enormous size. In the al
luvial deposits of Madagascar evidence
has receutly been found to show that
ostriches 14 and 15 feet in height once
lived ou the island.
A risndlsh Attack.
An attack was lately made on C. F
Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that nearly
proved fatal. It came through his
kidneys. His back got so lame he
could not stoop without great pain,
nor sit in a chair except propped by
cushions. i0 remedy helped him
until he-tried E'ectric Bitters which
effected such a wonderful change that
he writes be feels lihe a new man
This marvelous medicine cures back
ache and kidney trouble, purifies tbe
blood and builds up your health.
Only 50 cents at llartz & Uhlmeyer'a-
Chronic Khenmattsm Cared.
Dr. 11. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., says: "For several months
after spraining my ankle Iwas severe
ly afflicted with rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon's Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism, and in four days could walk
without my cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mvs
tic Cure to all who are aillicted with
rheumatism." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue, Rock Island;
Gustavo Schlegel & Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
"I bad long suffered from indiges
tion," writes G.'A. LeDeis. Cedar
City, Mo. "Like others I tried many
preparations, but never found any
thing that did me good until I took
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle
cured me. A friend who had suffered
similarly I put on the use of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining fast
and will soon be able to work. Be
fore he used Kodol Dyspepsia Core
indigestion had made him a total
wreck." B. H. Bieber and Hartz &
Rock Island Roofing Company,
Chas. IIansge.v, President.
Old roofs repaired, roof painting,
old style .gravel roofing put on
, by our mechanics.
Phone 1373. Twentieth street; la the rear.
fA Corp.tr Second and Harrison
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Oar asrent will be at the Divenport
L pons which when presented at tho
j xwu rrtse retry iuw. wjuujw
. U . L I T r-t 1 I iVIl . m Til I . I II I 111 . 1 1 II
8a tor day Kvenloc Concert Saturday Evening From ?:30to 9:15. Grand
Concert by Strasser's Orchestra. This Is the First of
Onr Fall Series. All Are Welcome.
75 stvles in tbe be9t grade French
1 f ftnn i .U.iunnl fii.ilioll IlltlniY,
-worth 9Sc a yard, choice
48-inch all wool covert cloths, tans,
. o J -
mixtures, etc., worth 75c. choice..... ' 50c
Elegant grade canvas cloth, 54 inches wide, black and colors,
for. vard DSc a
16 colors and black in the lamaMai lafieta Lining bilks, yard . . 4c J
27-inch guaranteed Black Taffeta Silks, $1 quality, vard 69c
27-inch guaranteed Black "J affeta
36-inch wide Black la tret a bilk, guaranteed a $1.09
quality, for $1.25 K
a. i . , - i i r i rf-i. t . r. . l l l j L
f 1. so ail-woe l o-iuuu wiue uuu vuevioi ouiungs, in uiack. nuu
all thi leadincr colors, for choice, vard 85c
44-inch wide all-wool sponged and
cniurs lur, iwu
hoc ana .02 t&vey ouipe v aist uioms, to paiieros, an aincreni,
T?m..- m 9nA Ckrala on1 Po a
hemstitched; Biankets in all grades from 39c up to $15 a pair. All V
wnnl RlsnlfttD at &2 98 nair. and the best $5 Blanket in the country.
a special lot of U- S. government
government inspection we bought
aod white. $3 9s and $3 50. weight
Extra Special l I'leces plain Nortlty Brest iood, the ' fnne Novelty," V
worth S3, choice SI SO. Waist Silks SI, Corduroy Velatloa SI 25
Its use as a
j The pure and delightful flavor of choicest
i imported hops is found m
5 r- i - ti
9- . ..-4 I"
For table use no other beer is its equal.
Its purity is absolute. Order from
"Bottled at the Brewery
WA NTEIV M I " DLI AO B.D COUPLE OR
womun lo care lor old udy lor rent of
ber bouse. Address "H 5:1 " akuus otlice.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. CU before
8:30 a. m. or alter 5 p. m. at 2718 Pit kh avenue ,
WANTED HOARD AND ROOMS FOR
- man. wife and 4-year old child. Must
be pleant ro: ms and Kood t;iole. State
price and iull particulars. Conlldential. Ad
dress, n. :t A k.uk.
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sate bouse, recently Incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house, sialtry 110O pei
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest In capital atock or oompany, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Mc-
MISS DENTON, PALMIST, 124 WEST
Third tit. uuvcuport. Gives advice on
business, love, marriage, sickness and health.
Also gives the bst time for lawsuits, business
ventures, etc Hours. 10 to noon; to 5, and
7:30 to p m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, PALMIST AND
Clalrvovant. tells yoa tbe past, present
and future correctly. Tells you everything
pertaining to business, marriage, divorce, love
aiTairs. sickness. dath, accidents and every
thing of interest. One call will prove her won
derful accuracy OfMce hours fiom 1 to 10 p. m
No 705-Fourth avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN -
"ITONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT.
LlL on any k!nd of security Alio cboloe
property for sale nd rent. W. L. Coyne,
vn faeventeenth street, sp stairs.
tlT ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
VV monds, watches. Jewelry, hardware
mmilnal Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
foods, furniture, etc - Highest cash priori
paid for second hand goods oi all kinds also
Th iia onTH.m (or sale at naif the usual
tore prices. All business transactions strict! j
confidential. His new numoer ana location,
Seoond avenue Don't forget It. i. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1S4T
RUGS MADE TO ORDER
John Pa den,
Formerly connected with tbe
Union Mission. lias em
barked in business for him
: self at 2117 Fourth Ave.
Orders promptly filled and
delivered. Work guaranteed.
A. IX lU EslXC, Kock I-hind, llllt.oi
i I;-sk 5..; J'-.? tiUfcNw
Streets, Davenport, Iowa. V
landing and will distribute cou- K
Boston Store will entitle you to k
m uc ulsli i uuitu cauu uay iruui f a
I 1 1 T T 1
Flannels, worth 75c per vard,
in ton o nil rrrn v nirtliroo d
modes. rrav mixtures, blue
Silk for, jard 85c K
shrunk Cheviots, black and t
a a nlatn rtimotitrtVioM anil fflflfV A
Blankets they didn't come up to a
them cheap. See them, in gray
6 and 8 pounds a pair. K
"ttiag of all Bottled Beers."
tonic will prove invaluable.
liock I-l;il!d, Ill.liois. jpi
-Tkr Arrio..llroliit(o., JT
Only, ever sold in Bulk."
LOST AND FOUND.
r OST SATL-RDA V MORNING ON SE.V
Jj entecntb street, an ice-wool shawl.
Finder leave at A Kureilice and be rewarded
WA NTED RELI A HI..E LDT OR C.EN
tleman us general office aent for either
Davenport. Kock Island or Moline Small
cuD'tal reauircd for necessary stock-of goods
I'rotits wul exceed mo-,ihl. Address
Proutable,' ire Leader effloc, Daveopurt,
Estate of Jane N. Weatherbead, deceased
The undersigned having oeen appointed ad
mlnlstratorof the estate of .lane N. Weather
bead, late of the county of Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
be will appear before the county court of
kock isiana county, at me county court room.
In tbe oltyof Kock Island t the November term,
on the Brat Monday In M ovemberoext, at which
time all cersons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
tbe purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persona Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immeaiate payment to toe
Dated this isth day of September, A. D. 1901
D. A. WKViiiERBkAU, Administrator.
Fill Your Coa! Bin
Before cold weather comes and ptices
advance. We guarantee comfort
LEHIGH VALLEY HARD COL
POCAHONTAS and INDIANA BLOCK
for furnaces. CANNL for (Urates
and Hih jrrade SOFT COAL and
HARD WOOD for stoves. Try us.
E. B. McKOWN.
fc'iftconth street and First . Avenue
Phone 1198. :
"JUST LIKE DAD'S.'
Boys rope stitch heavy extension sole,
snappy, up to date style, sizes 3
Youth's, same style, sizes
13J to 2J. for
A Patent Shoe Shiner free
boys' or youth's shoes.
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
17IOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM AT 1301
' Fourth avenue. Heat, gas and batb.
OR RENT NICELY FDRX1SHED ROOMS
at reasonable prices at H JO Third avenue.
FOR RENT ONE EUITE OK OFFICE
rooms with steam heat in Krell & Math
FOR RENT TWO LARUS FCRNI3HED
room for light housekeeping at 11
Ij'OR RENT Fl'RNISHED ROOMS FOR
A? lieht housekeeping. Also sleeping rooms
at 18i4 Third avenua.
tOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
X; ble for two person. Call at 160d Seoond
avenue; seoond floor.
TTIOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
JD tafc:e board and all modern conveniences
at l-JV Second avenue.
FOR RENT-A LARGE,
nished room until gas,
bath. Apply at 1103 Fourth aveuue.
C13R RENT ROOM WITH U'JARD IN
-C private family for one or two gentlemen.
Terms reasonable. Address "11 8" a kg us.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS SUIT
able for two gentlemen including board.
Two blocks froji Spencer square, l<i Fifth
FOR. BENT A NICELY FURNISHED
front room H per month. Suitable for
two persons. Hoard if desired. 1-U seventh
FOR K.NT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, steam heat and bath. All modern
conveniences; three blocks from poetofuoe.
620 Sixteenth street.
"HXJR RENT FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS,
X complete for nousekeeping. or two i-lecp-ing
rocms and two rooms for housekeeping at
1110 Second avenue.
TTOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
X? front rooms with all latest modern con
veniences. Mea's if desired. Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
FOR RENT THREE UNFURNISHED UP
stairs rooms, two closets, and ball latest
sijle, with wash bouse, coal shed and water ia
vara, on iartn avenue, centrally locate!.
Rent Address, F. W. O. general delivery,
FOR RENT HOUSES
T7H5R RENT HO USES TO RENT. HULL &
TTIOR RENT GOOD FIVE ROOM COTTAGE
Jl. sy a monin. in, i wemy-omta street.
TTIOR RENT A MODERN HOUSE WITHIN
JJ two blocks of court house. Hull & Hem
fJKJR RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2815
1? Fifth-and-a,-half avenue. Inquire -at 2832
TTIOR RENT AN EIGHT ROOM HOUSE
A? modern improvements, at 1034 Twen
tieth street. Enquire 731 Nineteenth street.
FOX RENT-8-ROOM HjCSE WITH HATH
room, modern improvements. Twentieth
street mil Filth avenue. Inquire next door.
TjIOR RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE AT Kll
X? Twenty-lrrst street. New barn, water
and other conveniences inquire on premises.
TTIOR RENT OR SALE CHEAP, A NICE
cottage in sears, wun goou wcu anu uis
tern. Apply to T. J. Mediil. Bengston block
TiTOR RENT A STORE AND EIGHT
AJ rooms titled with water works, located
at 2211 Fourth avenue. Inquire at Hock Island
ITIOR RENT FIRST-CLASS. UP-TO-DATE
1 a a in... .:i. w. u
nace. electric lif;Dts and all tuotieru coiiTen-
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
IOR SALE HULL & HEMSN WAY HAVE
two snaps on band if taken soon.
FOR SALE A NICE NEW COTTAGE,
size ItixUi; feet: and lot. SOxtso feet on
Twelfth street, just out of city limits. :at f'.Hm
cash If taken at once. Apply to Goldsmith &
ClOR S ALB A GOOD INVESTMENT, TWO
MJ houses on one lot fix 140 feet: one house
seven rooms, rents for l.-. and one boue, six
rooms, new. rents for 12.n0: will sell both
houses cheap If taken soon for &i,200. Apply
to Goldsmith & Mctvee
TJiOR SALE SMALL 4-ACRE FRUIT AND
A. garden farm In south Kck island: house
5 rooms: barn and wagon sheds; well and cis
tern. Owner makes f xv gross Income off of
farm Der annum. Also raises chickens. Ap
ply to Go:dsmitn & Jichee.
ITIOR 8 ALB! LOTS IN MCENTRY'S AD-
a.- cution dv jb. j . nurna, room is, raitcneu a
Lnde building. These lots are on Sixth ave-
aue. between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
ttreeta. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
ttreet itreet oar Unoa. Terms to suit pur-
TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY.
mO EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE F1VE-
A. room cottage In excellent location for
renting to exchange for good residence lots.
Address D. C ., A toes.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE 160 ACRES
unimproved land In central Kansas
for building lots, cottage or house. For fur
ther Information! cquireof W. S. McKee.
The Wonderful Medium
Will be at street number for 10
days to give sittings from 9 a.
m. to 5. p. m. daily. Will bold
public circles Tuesday and Thurs
day evening at 8 p. in. Sittings
50c, full trance sittings f 1, cir
cles 15c Be sure and call on this
1327 Second Ayenue.
box calf uppers, a CT 0 Clf
to 5J jJwa JJ
with each purchase of men 's,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A FIRST CLASS DINING
room girl at the Delmonlco restaurant
WANTED SEWING GIRL AT TR1-CITY
Regalia company, 3U Twentieth street.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FDR
general homework at 84 i Twentieth
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at lflU Second ave
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Must be good cook. Apply
at 514 Thirtieth street.
WANTED BRIGHT YOUNG LADY FOR
corset work: one capable of advancing.
Mrs. Karr, 124 Nineteenth street
WANTED LA DIES OF REFINEMENT TO
visit residences. Nothing to sell. Good
compensation. Address Liberal,' care
LeaUer office, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WAX.: J -THREE GOOD BELL UJYS
at li.e Earner house.
ANTED ONE OR TWO TEAMS FOR
severai weeks work. IX C. W. Allocs.
WANTED 25 MINERS. STEADY WORIC
summer and winter at Silvis Mining
company. Carbon Clirt. IU.
WANTED STARK NURSERY PAYS
cash weeklv if vttu spii Strii to..
Louisiana, Mo.,- DansviUe. N. Y.
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
room 18, Hotel Sommers, Moline.
WANTED -A BDY AROUr 16 YERS
nlli With hinirnl rli ... T ., ,
graph oOlce. It52!j Second avenue.
WANTED BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
young men as cnvuira Unu
good hand. Address la own band writing.
l ATED YOUNG HUSTLING CLOTII
, r !or out of town positi n . ;ood op
portunity for right party. Address Xo. I ficai e
ot Moline Dispatch.
WANTED AN UP-TO-DATE MAN FOR
manoger end general agent of this
county by the Fidelity Mutual LI e Ins-jra-ce
coanany. of Philadelphia. Salary and cot
missions to right man. Address, with r-fer-cces.
P. M. Wheaton, IIS N, Hroad street
WANTED-INUUSTRIOUS MEN. BEST
opporluuisy to engage in a legitimate
and profitble brslnes. which wil net
from 2S ) to t.W 00 a week without oaivas.
ing or so Iciting We huve the hst monpy
ma log proposition of the are Previous ex
perisnce uonee'ssary. We start von In bust
nes. No sureties or capital rei jired. If you
mean business send 30 cents for sample aim
particulars. Money returned if proposition Is
accepted. Address Davis. Sullivan & C..
WANTFD TO RENT.
tage of three or four rooms, desirably
located, or rooms suitable frr small family.
Call or address, J. H. Driggs, Woodman oflice.
city. i. . v
7 ANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D." Aucas.
WANTED TO KENT A HOUSE, ABOUT
live or six roams. Give full particulars,
price and location. Address H, 21, Alices
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
fTIOR SALE A CHOIC3 10-ACRE FRTTIT
A. farm fnr kaIp In srtntH T7,ir Ti.vt ui
ly Improved. See Keldy Bros.
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH; A GRAM
opbone and 32 recordj Ctll or address
C. D. McLaughlin. Milan, 111.
FOR SALE HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
laundry and other lin s of business.
E:stman & Co., 17ll'i second avenue.
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SECOND
band house heating boiler, self-feeding.
Can be used for steam or hot water heau A
bargain to parties having use for it. Allen,
Myers & Co.
IflARM FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST
stock, fruit and produce farn.s in Kock
Island county: contains 210 acres: part culti
vated: part meacow, HmberUcd und pisiurf.
A never-faiitnif spring and running stream of
pure water. Price &tv 00 per acre. For 'urthr
particulars Inquire or W. B. Fergusoa, Masonic
Temple, Kock Island, 11L
R GOOD R'OM AND BOATvD AD-
cress "is a7 Argus ollice.
VJEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
Cj Money loaned on household goods: IS a
IpOR RENT FIRST-CLASS, NEW CP
. rightpiano at Oi per month. Iniuie
at 422( seventh avenue, iiock 1-land.
WAN TED GOOD, RELI A BLE OIL SALES
roan, oc commission or salary. Address
Quaker OU and Implement oomnany. Cleve
WANTED EVERYBODY TO TRY
Munn s patent envelope. Costs no more
than tbe ordinary kind. Kramer & Co. exclu
sive agents, 15ok second avenue.
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AMD
I exchanges all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sella
oheaper. AU kinds of stove repairing and
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 1616
Second avenue. Telephone number 4884.
RAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2206 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
if you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to your house and pay you from
60 to 7b per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to So a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention- u. tr. mugger.
FTOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRACK
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mall Is the one paper In MolU e
that can do it for you. MaU wants are popu
lar and MaU want bring results. One-half cer t
per word la tbe price to all alike, eaah 1b ad
vaoae. x-cent stamp will do. EtmIec an
gnnaay Mail. bi outre, iu.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years' experience places us In a position
to give you valuable Information along lines
that will assure you success. Ask for free
letters o information and bulletin of daily pa
pers that pay. w e also start .responmnie par.
ties in the mail order and agency supply bus.
loess. Lord & Carver, Racine, Wis.