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U. , LARGEST STOVE
The leading stoves and ranges
for perfect construction, economy of fuel, handsome ap
pearance. Over 3,OX),000 in use. Famous for 35 years.
For sale by leading dealers
trade-mark, and list
AlldruSgUts Mil $1.00
and equip her for
bottles of Vine of
The Hollywood, Asbnry Park-, X. J., February 8, 1900.
I read your advertisement in regard to ine of Card a 1 in the Baltimore
American, and it so favorably impressed me that on my visit to Baltimore
during tbe holidays I purchased a bottio of it for my adopted daughter, who
wan suffering with female troubles. She had been under the doctor's care
for some time, and when her period would come on her Battering was aojne
ihinfr terrible. J induced her to try it and the first dose brought on her
menaes. 6he took it regularlv according to the directions, and was greatly
relieved. To use her own words, "It saved my life." J. WLSLEY CIIOS&
Yvr mAirm and !lfratnr. addrva. rlTlnjr avmptrota. Tha T4i Adviaory
UvparUMBt,' lb Ihatraiwoga Medico C'vmpaay, Chattanooga. 1 ton.
A Roll Top Desk
Is almost a necessity. A busi
ness man needs a desk of this
kind to keep track of his papers
A Real Qak Desk
Perfectly polished for
1702 and 1704 Third Ave.
Recent Shipment of
V ALL P APE
419 Seventeenth atroet.
in the world. Unequalled
everywhere. Look for the
iaeing the genuine JLVfcL,b.
No matter what your trouble is is to (jet your
iHjwt-ia wcrking irorly, unil prescribes some
ort of laxative: and be is njflit. About every
ilUfuse you ran think of creep into the system
v hen it is clogged up full of iMiisou. caused by
constipation. Kei 'pdiwaiwuat by ker piugoon
tiputioii out. Laxakol.i Does It.'
I-muki.la. the (treat touie laxative, keeps the
bowels ocn ami regular, 9:rcngtbcns tho (
liiueoim lueuiliraiii"s of the stomach and ai ts
directly upou tbo liver and kiJueys. keeping
thetu uctive and atmns;. tho blood la puritied, .
every organ aud function of t he Ixxly Is treurt h
cuvd. nervousness lis-
apix-nr aud you feel in
vigorated and toned up.
For tin.d. worn out.
failed women, whose
systems are run down,
bliMMl thin, faces drawn
and haggard, and that
jreueral "ail pone" feel
ing, 1-axaVol Id the
ideal uiediciue. It gent-
' moves the bowela
and thus removes tho
cause, while its mar
vellous touiu proper-
t ies clears t he com
lates tbe liver,
quit kens the circu
the flesh, brightens
the eye and recu
perated aud tones
up the entire sys
tem. At drugs'" 2$ and
coctt .or rttd for irre
St , N V-. or 3o Dear.
, Start Girls Right!
Many beautiful girls become invalid for life,
because at the crucial period of puberty they
pay no attention to the laws of health. Mothers
should protect their daughters' health by giv
ing them necessary information and proper
treatment, Vhen the menses come on a girl
unawares in her inexperience she is cither
frightened into convulsions, or scared Into try
ing to check the flow. Many girls have checked
the flow and it has never started again. And
as a result they have grown paie-faced, with
"crow.tracks" on their cheeks, and dark half,
moons under their eyes. A dose of
taken every morning after a girl is twelve years
old will bring the meases on properly and keep
them regular. It will help her to develop into
the duties of wife and motherhood,
The ilcntli of Mrs. Martha Ostrom
vife of (.Iiarles Ostrom. occurred
lomJay afternoon nt the family
tome. S.'IOI I arnain street. Deceased
was 62 years of a;e, and her last ill-
tess Hated from a stroke of pnraly-
;is to winch she was subject a couple
if years aj,'. Hie family moved
lerc a couple of years ajfo. from Mo-
.ine, nnd originally came from Swed
u. 1 lie remains were taken to
Articles of incorporation of the
1 1 1 1 1 1 Crass Savmrs bank were filed in
the District court vestertlav. The
capital ktot-K is placed at $14.(M() and
I lie incorporators are II. I-'. Wtuider
( harlcs Khrecke. John l'lctt. IM
Knaack. Kiltviml I'nis, .1 itlins Schiele
V . I. andcrvecr and Chris. Kntilz
ill of l.lnc tirass. anil . M. .Moor-
licail. of ItutValo.
IJev. A. K. Mont jroinery. rector ol
I'rinity church, lias departed for .ler
-ey t ity, .. .1.. where lie will act as
bridegroom in a nuptial service to
be performed at Craee church ihere
on .m, .1. I lie lrnle will lie Miss
Drake, of that city, and the happy
couple will return to Davenport to
reside in about three weeks time
Duriny the absence of Kev. Mont
gomery, Kev. .. . Iiorrell. ot I hi-
cairo. will occupy t-e pulpit or l rin-
The death of Mrs. Kebccca Iluiuph
rey iccurrcd at :::-.'i yesterday after
noon at the family home. 11"-' Kipley
street. She wns .1 years of are and
is survived by her husband, Henry ('.
Humphrey, and three children. Henry
('. Jr.. Wm. 1.. and Mary K.
A. D. Corbin. who has come in for
'prominent mention heretofore in con
jncction with the affairs of the polor
i cd population of this city, is emrajed
j in the promotion now of a company
j which is eM-cted to five tlie colored
I M'ofiIe a' huildinT of their own here.
in about the same way that the Tur
ner society financed its huildin
At the home of the bride, near Rey
nolds, today occurred the weddinsj of
Charles Wilbur Daly, city editor of
the la-publican, and Miss Margaret
Little (Juist. 'I he union is of very
general interest on account of the es
teem in which Mr. Daly is held by his
associates of the tri-city press and
by the public, but is another illustra
tion of the fact that the drift of the
newspaper boys of Davenport for the
past few years has been to a chanjrc
from the state of single blessedness
to one of domestic felicity.
The memorial tablet, dedicated to
the pioneers who settled in Scot t
county before l.Mtl, was dedicated to
day at the meetmr of the Old Set
tlers" association. It hears the
names of about pioneers who
came to Scott county between ls:i:i
and 1i:i. the Clarks and Davenports
and l.e Claires in is:::l. the Cooks anl
Kldridres. Armils. Forrest s. l.ittiprs.
Dillons. Donaldsons. Uumbol Is. Park
ers. I'opes and others, the tablet le
in; a permanent directory of the set
tlers here of those early days. It is
a roll of honor from which some have
been omitted. erh:ips. but throuph
no fault of those hat prepared ihe
A weddiny of ery frreat interest to
he many friends of the parties oc
curred at S o'clock this mornin;r at
the home of the bride's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. William Schoendelen. lii."2
West Third street. At that hour
itieir daughter. Miss Theresa Cather
ine Schoendelen, was united in mar
riajre to Herman llart',pr"Pr'lor f
the popular barber si p in the Ma-
. - - . 'I-I... l.J.'".!.. ....
some leiiipie. i u- ui lur jih.i itiiii
will start this evening' on an extend
ed trip to eastern points.
The skin is the seat of an almost end
less variety of diseases. They are knewn
by various names, cot are all due to the
same cause, acid twd other poisons in
toe mooa in it irn -i.ica.na interjerc witu
the proper action ct the skin.
To have a smooth, soft skin, free from
all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure
and healthy. The many preparations of
arsenic and potash and the large number
cf face powders and lotions generally
used in tms class ot diseases cover up
for a short time, bnt cannot remove per
manently the ugly blotches and the red,
Eternal vlgilanoo la tho nrioo
of a boautlful complexion
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr. 11. T. fihobe, 1704 Lucaa Avenue. St. lVools,
Mo., aays : "My daughter was afflicted lor year
with a disfiguring eruption on her face, which
rr.iinl all lrnimrnt. fehe ml taken to two
.Celebrated health aprings. but received 00 bene
fit. Many medicine were preacribed, but witii
out rsult. until we decided to try S. S. S..and by
t be time the rt bottle w as 6 ninhed t be eruption
began to disappear. A dozen bottles cured her
completely and left her akin perfectly smooth.
She is now seventeen year old. and not a sign of
tbe embarrassing disease has ever returned."
S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure for
the worst forms of akin troubles. It is
the greatest of all blood purifiers, and th
only one guaranteed purely vegetable. .
Bad blood makes bad complexions. '
put es and invigo
rates the old and
makes new, rich blood
that nourishes the
body and keeps the
akin active and healthy and in proper
condition to perform its part towards
carrying off the impurities from the body.
If you have Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt
Rheum, Psoriasis, or your akin is rough
and pimplv, send for our book, on Blood
and Skin Diseases and write our physi
cians about your case. No charge what
ever for this service.
. SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA, CA.
A REMARKABLE WOMAN."
Tlie Terrible Experiences of m Tal
en ted Turkish Princess.
A remarkable woman Is Princess
flairle Iiuscm, daughter of the late
tfahrnond Pasha Ben Ayad, one of the
most Influential nobles of Tunis. The
princess was brought up as are most
Turkish girls, hidden from the world
atid married at fifteen to a man of her
parents' choosing. Her husband, All
Nouri Bey, was a Turkish consul gener
al. He Is of Swedish descent, which
may probably account for his enlight
ened Ideas and his hatred of tyranny
and the somewhat crooked policy of his
imperial despotic master.
The sultan did not approve of All
Nouri Bey's enlightened manner of
looking at things and endeavored to
lure him back to Turkey, where he
could deal with him more conveniently
than at a distance. Having had consid
erable experience of Turkish" prisons.
All Nouri Bey, then consul at Rotter
dam, refused to return and sent his res
ignation to the sultan, who. In place of
accepting it, sentenced him to 101
After many adventures and hair
breadth escapes tbe princess, with her
maid and two little children, succeeded
In Joining her husband at Athens and
from there Journeyed to London. She
is now endeavoring by lectures and
writings to arouse in the hearts of
English and European women sympa
thy for and Interest In Turkish women.
The princess' father had In his harem
from 400 to .VX) slaves, and the present
sultan. Abdul Ilamid, chose a wife
from among them. These were tbe ear
ly surroundings of the princess. She
knew all the ins and outs of the lives of
the Turkish women of rank, their hab
its, customs and occupations, their suf
ferings and aspirations, often ruthless
ly quenched by severe puulshments
European women have been permit
ted to visit the harems and have writ
ten accounts of their visits, but they
only saw what they were permitted to
see, and the real life behind the veil
was hidden from them.
The princess is probably the first
Turkish woman of rank to lead a life
of freedom and Independence as she
does. She does not wear European cos
tume, but her children and husband do.
Tho outdoor costume of Turkish wom
en, whatever be their rank. Is the same,
differing only In material. More quaint
than beautiful are the long black satin
gown and strangely fashioned mantilla
of the same material, to the edge of
which Is fastened a thick black veil
which entirely conceals the face. New
York Commercial Advertiser.
CtiiraRo Grain aud Frodure.
Chicago, Oct. 29.
Following were the quotations on iho
Board of Trade touav:
Open. High. Liow. Close.
.71 1 .Tl. .TDV, .708
.74s. .74' .737 .74
..r.6 ,:GU .55 .5GV4
.."6T ..17: .iti .57V
.3 .:.fS, - .59 , .5:
.rSi .3t. .:!6-v .Z6&e !
.3S'3 .38si .SSa, .CS-'-.
14 8 14.0
8.67 i 8.8714 8.67 .
8.65 8. - Hi X.fi
. .V2t 8.773 K.7:!
October 825 8.23 8.20
January 7.6Ji 7.70 7.62'-i
May 7.7L' . 7.R0 7.72 .
I'rodut: Butter Extra creamery
21 e per lb: extra dairy. lS(&19c; pack
ing stock. 12Wc. Krk Frsh stock. 16
fcilSc per do. Live Poultry Chickens
hens. ti'c p r lb; springs. 747V4e; ducks,
iOw; turkeys. 7r'e. Apples New
1X00115.00 per brl. Potatoes 58'6t2c
Chicago I.lv Stork.
Chicago. Oct. 29
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day
CO.000: sales ranged at $.605.60 for
pigs. $5.50fr 6.05 for light. $5.5u&5.70 fot
rough parking:. S5.65O6.30 for light. $5.54.
(iS.Ju lor mixea. and ?5.75'r6.30 foi
heavy Lacking and shipping lota; buik
of the salest at $5.$0(& 6 05.
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day
T.Utrti: quotations ranged .at JG.25'i6.k;
for choice to extra steer. Jj.6j6.L'0 for
good to choice do., S5.00iy5.65 for fail
to good do.. $4.3otl'4.90 common to nie-
dimii do.. J4.00'q 4.j0 for butchers steers
J4. 601 6.50 fed western steers. S2.20'&4.3(
stockers and feeders. $I.2j1j4.60 cows
$2..rl'$f4.7.i heifers. $2.50ir4.. bulls and
oxen. S4.00&5.25 stag. $.1.204.25 Texas
steeers. $3.75ci5.50 g:ra3 western steers
and 14. 50 (a 6.00-veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day.' 22.0U0; quotations ranged
at 12.50&.1.90 westerns. $2,906x4.10 na-tlvc-ji.
$::.00cr4.80 western lambs, and
$2.75'j"5.10 native lambs'.
Kat IturTalo Llv Stock.
Ea-t Buffalo. N. Y.. Oct. 29.
Duranlnsr & Stevens. Live Stork Com
n.ls'ton Merchants. East Buffalo, N. Y,
quote aa follow: aCltie Receipts, i
cars; niarket slow at yesterday's close;
n govi ttc! here; lih.t steers. S:l.8:
i.io; "VfiJ, Ja.'DfA'i.W). ll'ogs Receipts.
Sr. (; market 10tf aOv lower; h-avy
6.204i 6.311: irlxed and mediums. $Ht0ii
6.20: Yorkers'. Siftlffi 6.00: liftht. $5.75ifi
5.S.1: piss. $5.6."fa.70; few choice white
$5.80; arassers and Michigan!. $5.90(9
6.10; roughs, $5.40$i'5.60; stags. $4,506
5.00. Pherp and Lambs Receipt. 3:
cars; market steady; top lambs. $4.&0&
4.65; culls to far. $J.O0'r4.40: mxed sheep,
top. $a.25i3.40; culls to far. $1.50W3.1i:
wethers nnd yearlngs, $3.50W3.75: heavy
fat ewes'. $3.251 3.H5.
St. I .nu la imin.
St. Ijous. Oct. 29.
Wheat Ix)wer: No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. 72c: trak. 72V472sic: May. 75Uc;
No. 2 hard. 69?4&70c. Corn Hgher: No.
2 cash. t5c; track. 59(ii60c; December.
:e; May. 604c. Oats Hither: No. 2
cash. 3Sr; track. 3SVic; December, 38.c;
May. 4()Uc: No. 2 whte. 39Wc. Rye
Local Marat ta
Oorn Old 60c; new Soo.
Hay TlmoUij, 113. pralrta, 113.
Coal $3 per ton.
Fot itoes 73?.
Buiier Cboloo to fair, isa: treat araamerj
Hen 00 per pound .
Spring Cbloaena 7c per pound.
Caul Butch era oar for oorn fed steer
4Vtc&5v: oowa and naif era, lcQ4c; calre
Sbeep 4M5e.' i
prinif Ttiiiba -tZ5n&t4 a bead.
The Channel Ice company has pur
chased of the Deere-Iiobinson-Wever-
hauser syndicate a block and a half
of ground jn the east end of the city
paying o.3in. i ne purchase was
made by the company to secure con
trol of the river front acre for the
harvest of the annual ice crop.
Two hundred people attended the
meeting of the young eople k soci
ety at tlie Swedish Lutheran church
Monday evening, when a program
was rendered in commemoration of
lleformat ion day.
The Moline Club will entertain at
cards Friday, evening in one. of the
series of delightful social exciits ar
rangil by the .entertainment com
Miss Alice I'aildock gave a card
party yesterday afternoon in honor
i)f .vliss llruenert. . of Denver, and
Mrs. .1. S. Silvis and .Mrs. Julia M.
Hull have returned after an extend
ed visit in the east.
Monday evening about 10 o'clock a
stranger attempted to rob the till of
Charles P.obke's saloon, opposite the
C. li. I. P. station, but Mr. Bobke
was ton quick for him. although tlie
would-be thief arot awav.
Charles Haglund. while walking up
Fifteenth si-. -el. fell in such manner
so that his head struck the pavement
and a gash four inches lonir was cut
in his scalp.
It. Clay Waller, who is expected
home from Alaska in a day or two,
hail a remarkably fortunate escae.
He had engaged passage on the ill-
fated steamer which went down with
ill on board a few weeks ago, but
was unable to ge away from the
mines near Nome in time to take
passage on the boat. To this fact he
undoubtedly owes his life.
From Coojiersville. Mich.. comes
word of a wonderful discovery of a
pleasant tasting liquid that when
used before retiring by any one
troubled with a bad cough always
ensures a good night's rest. "lt will
soon cure the cough too." writes Mrs
S. Himelbiirgcr. "for ihrce genera
tions of our family have used Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion and never found its equal for
oiighs and colds." It's an unrivaled
life-saver when used for desperate
luutr diseases. f.uaranteed bottles
"iOc and $!.() at llartz .v I'llemever's.
t rial bottles free.
Don't get side-tracked in business.
)ullness sometimes pusses for death.
Men with brains reach the goal.
Jockv Mountain Tea puts jrrav mat
ter into one's head. ;!.c. T. 11.
FOR SALE A choice 10-aere fruit farm for
le 10 Souih Rock Island, l-lnely unprovea.
bee Keidy Bros.
FCR SALE Bouse at northeast corner of
Dlxot and Second Stretts, Milan, 111. Keb.
soaable if taken at once.
FOR SALF Mce new cottage, untlnlsbed
uDatairs: sze l5i:i feel: lot 60xl7! feet,
uii Twelfin atreeu three blocks irom city
limits: facrseMt. Price litK). Apply to Uold-
smitn & McKeo.
FOR SALE Lota I and 4 block 3, on Nine
tecib 8'reet, banhA Babcock s addition
Win aocept the tirst reasonable oiler that
cornea, b.e wyckon, liis uton aveuue
Station W, Philadelphia, Pa
FOR SALE Smal 4-acre fruit and garden
farm in south kook island: bouse o rooms
bara and watron thrds: well and cutern
owner makeaaxK) uross Income oDT of faro.
per annum. aIho raises chickens. Apply to
Uo:dsmltn & McKee.
FtR SALE One of the best stock 01
dirr (arms in iionlinir towntiHip contain'
:nu bO acrea, abjut 60 in pa.ture. balance
under cultivation. Gjod house and otbe.
buildups. Well wateren. Price $40 per acre
Teras esy. Juu. Siahlnecker, Milan, 111.
FJR S a LE Lots In McEcirv's add.tloa by E.
J. Burns, room 12. Mitchell & L.ynde build-
in . . Jiese us are on blx h avenue, Of
tween Twsnty-elithth and Thirtieth stieeis.
convenient to Fifth avenue or b2m street
car liner. Terms to suit purchaser.
FCR SALE-1411 Tweirth street. This Is a
n.s -ciass huue: wed bull , street paved;
7 rooms: lot 40xl.S0 feet: we 1 and ci-ttero;
worth t.400: 2.H0 takes It if taken be ore
xxnvembir I. lvul. 41.100 cash, balance l 0 0
mo.-tgaire at 6 per cent. Inquire of Uold
ao,tth & McKee
Ft It SALE-M I SC K I.I.-V N KOI S.
TOR SALE 4i first-class sa'oon la Davenport
c- eap if taken at once. Estman, Goo rev
FOR SALE One wood st -ve. one sew lot? ma
chine, one road cart, cheap if Uleu at one e:
ti7 Eleventh street.
FOR SALE Hotel rs;aurB' laund'v and
other lin a of business. K .atman & Co.,
I7lti i eejnd avenue.
FOR. SaLBAt a bargain, a doub e flattop
des. in gooa coloi lun can be s.en at
Uoditui'bet McKee's c fflce.
FOR SALE A Brst-cla s second band bouse
beating boiler. seJI-reedlog. (Jan be used
for "team or hot water beat. A barvsin to
parties havicg use for it, AUea Myers & Co
TlffYTASTE VERY S
MUCH LI KC 10 y-A
This is not a
Every Day in '
ON GOOD SHOES,
Men's Satin Calf, rip proof, "solid one-piece Jeither
. inntrsoles and eole leather counters.. . '
Boys', same stjle, sizes
2J to 6j
Youths.', same style, sizes
13 to 2
A Xw I'air is
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
WAXTKII t'K.M A I.K II KI.1".
WANTfD A first-clans dining room girl at
us ueimoDico res I auras v
WANTED A Kill for second cook at Kirk-
man s restaurant, -illO Firth avenue.
WANTED-A competent woman cook. Good
wages. Apply ai hoj fourta avenue.
WANTED A servant girl for general bouse-
nia work at 54 Twentjthlra street. Dr.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Appiy at Mrs. vv. t. wn.sier'i, T15 Twenty
WAXTKII MA I.K HELP,
WANTED Three good bell boys at the Bar
WANTED Four good carpenteis at once.
an hi o j i nira avenue.
WANTED One or two teams for.
weeks' work. li. C. W. a rocs.
WANTED Stark nursery pajs -h weekly
ii you sen T-.arK i.ees. oui-.iana, MO,
DansviUe. N. Y.
WANTED A boy about IS j ears of aee with
Dicycie iteoay worn ror tbe right boy.
Address I, c , this office.
WANTKrj k good bread and cake baker
at tbe Geneseo Oakerv. Geneseo, 111. Uood
wages paid to the right man.
WANTED 50 men to lay asphalt ravemenr.
uuua wafw. ppy Twentieth street atd
Sixth avenue. Mol ne.
WANTED We wa"t a 1jc1 salesman to
tak orde-s for our bo iery and underwear.
Address H. . Ulake Co , Racine, Wi.
WANTED Bright, inte'ligeat young men as
canvassers. Must wr.te good hand. Ad
dress In own hand writing, "S," care this
WANTED A good rel'able oil salr smtn. on
coimision or salary. Address Quvker Oil
and Implement company, Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTED Men with llg to introduce Mon
arch poul ry mixture: weekly aod ei
pecses: year' contract: weekly pay. Ad
dress, with stamp. Monarch Manufacturing
company, box 9iu, Spiinge.d, 111.
H'AXTKIl T) RKXT.
WANTED To rent a bouse of seven or eight
rooms oetween venteetn atd Twenty
hfth streets and Fifth and. Fourth avenue.
Addreis ' D, ' Akcos.
WANT fil - M ISCKI.LAN KOI S.
WANTED Turning lathe, gig saw and small
printing press for use at the Industrial fair,
inquire ot J. W. Cavanaugb.
WANTED-Tw men want positions as fire
man or any indoor work. Experienced office
cleaners. Wi 1 work evenings and Sundays.
Inquire thit office.
WANTED 1 single gentleman wants one or
two hea'ed rooms, with use of bath, in moa
modern house convenient to b sin ess cen
ter, neferences furnished. Add res -1 K ,''
WANTED An established wbolesa'e b-use
recent y Incorporated, extendiog business
desires to engage competeot manager fur
branch bouse &alry U0 per monio. ex
penses and commission. Must invest f 1,000
in cap tai stock of company, on wnlch divi
dend of 6 per cent will ba guaranteed, and
- furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440. Kansas City. Mo.
LOST An A. F & A. M gold watch chara-i.
possibly on blue line car between 'tenth
street. Rock I land, and Ibol ne. A band
some reward lil be paid for its return to
A kg us cHlce.
MON KV TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
Kina or security. Also onoioe property tor
sla and rent. W. l Coyne, 230 Seven
teenth street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds.
watches, jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, blcyc es. clothing, ory goods,
lurnlture, etc. Highest ease p icea paid
for s -eond baad goods of all kinds alsol
Tie above go. ts for sale at half the usuai
store prices. All business transactions strict
ly eontlden-ial His new number and loca
tion. I6l Second avenue. Don't f 01 get It.
J. W. Jones. wo rings on 1347.
PERSONAL A nice and well dressed gentle
man ot 4a or 00 years ot age, would appre
ci ate a go d home, eaa get a nice plaoe to
board with a re lined widow laoy. Aduress,
box 2. KOCK Island. 111.
Relative amount of fuel consumed to warm
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Sale Price, but an
Ihe Week Price
Not Mootl Wear.
FOK ItKXT - 1COOMS.
FOR RENT One room, all modern conven
iences, at -'17 Fifteenth nreeu
F-"R RENT Furnished rooms for light house
keeping at 1405 Second avenue.
FOR BENT Furnished rooms over
livery, opposite spencer square.
FOR RWNT Fu!sbed rooms with excellent
table board at 70 1 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT One suite of f fflce rooms with
steam beat In Krell & Math building.
FOR RENT Nicly furnbhed front nom with
heat a.d bath at tllti Second avenue.
FOR RENT A furnished room suitable for
two persons. Call at 1008 second avenue,
FOR RENT Furnished rooms f r light house
keeping, one block irom cour. house. Ad
dress "M. 23," AHtiCS.
FOR BENT A 6-room house, well, cistern
and city water. Tlti Twenty fourth street
Inquire next door north.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room with
ail modern conveniences. Suitable for one
or twopersons. 1517 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT P.easant front room, furnished,
gas and bath accommodations Inquire of
Mrs. C M. Crow, florist, 1023 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished front rooms,
steam beat and bath. Ad modern conven
iences. Three blocks from postoffice. 5.0
FOR RENT Furnishf d front room, wi'h
bath, turnace heat and e ectrlc lUht. in
good neighborhood Meal also if desiied.
Apply lOto seventeenth street.
FOK RENT HOI SKS.
FOR RENT Six good rooms, water and sew
er. Inquire 5Jt Twelfth street.
FOR RENT An 8 room house, 2S15 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Inquire at S2 F.f th avenue
FOR RENT Seven-room house on Twenty
tixih street. Apply at i"i0 t If th-anfi-a-half
FOR RENT A neat cottage cf Ave roc am;
large grounds, i ptr mouth at 1417 Korty
FOR RENT S. S. Hull ba several houses for
rent from $10 to $.V. Call at room. 15, Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
FOR RENT Two 6 room houses, just com
pleted. All modern conveniences Bot auit
co'd water, heat and lipht. Located ITS
and 1117 Nineteenth street. .Apply T. E.
Vietcb, Harper bouse f
FOR RENT Nice newly papered 6-room
flat witnbath, ga? and electric light at i:li4
'Ih'rd avenue. You must Inquire quickly
or It will be rented to someone else. Very
de irable location. Goldsmith & McKee.
SEE WILLIAMSON for storage. Monev
loaned on household goods, lc!5 Second ave
nue. J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and exchanges
all kinds ot second band goods, win pay
sore thin any other dealer ard selN
cheaper A l kinds of stove repairing and
cleaning done also. J. P. WUiiaxson, 1515
Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
IF YOU WANT To buy, sell, trade orient
anyibing. engage help or secure atttuaiion .
the Mail is ihe one paper in Moiine that can
do it tor yo'i. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results One-hait cent per
word is tbe p ice to all alike, cash In ad
vance. 2-cett stamps will 00. evening ana
Sunday Mail. Mo.tue, CI.
RAGS', RUBBERS, ETC. Send postal card
or leave word at 205 Fourib avenue or For
tieth atreet ana Fifth avenue, if you
have any rags, rubber, etc.. to sell. I wl 1
come to your bouse and pay you from 50 to
75 per hundred for tags, and rubbers Irom
:i to ne a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attehtlon. B. F. Klugger.
DO YOY WANT AGENTS' Many years' ex
perience places us In a position to give y. u
valuable Information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask for free letters
cf information and bulletin of daily pa
pers that pay. We also start respooslole
parties in the mall order and agency supply
business Lora & Carver. Racine, Wis.
MaDAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoyant,
tells you tbe past, present and future cor
rectly. Tells you everything pertaining to
Dusiness, marriage, divorce, love an airs,
sickness, death, accidents and everything
of interest. One call will prove her wonder
ful accuracy umce hours fiem 1 to 10 p. m.
Nc. 706 Fourth avenue.
9 room house
it IF INTERESTED
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