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THE AUGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 11, .1901.
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Same old story ..bound to keep everybody
busy Holiday Goods coming in, lots of
goods going out Join the busy crowd
Special for all week
Nine Bars Santa
Fl-esti5ni e Wheat Flour, 10
FancT New Dried Lima Beans,
New Pure Buckwheat, 10 pound
Honey Trip Syrup,
Fre h Soda Crackers
Good Cooking; Rabins
New Sweet Corn,
Large Juicy Lemons,
Pure Ground Pepper,
Mechanic' Wonder So. p. regu
lar 5o cake
Lre New Herring
Gooa Parlor liroorrs,
Buy your Patent
All kinds at cut
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.
tCOtL HETERS, Nickeled Tiimmlags,
klien U3 fram
WOOD HE tTEHS, lr Tight, Mckel Trl-nmlogs. large, full opening for 1 AC
cbu ks. lined through ra. We have any slz j or any kind, up from A.fO
STOVB PIPE, the best tmootn steel,
STOVE BOARDS. Double Backing. Heavy
OAS AMD UA.S0Lt.NE KANTEL?, a dandy
MICA for Stove Doors, all sizes,
T-'rnl il islinil 1K70.
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF
Foreign Wall Papers and
Artistic Decorative Specialties.
It you want something a little better than the ordinary for your
room a we will be' pleased to show you tbe new Eastern ideas in WALL
PAPERS, and can furnish joo. the best workmen. It ccsts no moe
to have your fall decorating "right" than it does to have it "botchj."
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
II. W. WARD, Manager.
310,312, 314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, 111.
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Relative amount of fuel consumed to warm 5
h Let ns tell you more about
- IDEAL Boner, And AMERICAN R.dlatar,
PLACE & CO.,
318 Seventeenth Street.
. -We make and repair Carriage Trimmings,
Upholstering, Tents and Awnings. Give U3
a trial. All work guaranteed.
A Postal Will-Insure. Immediate Attention.
Claus Soap 25c.
75" Best Parlor
Full Cream Brick Cheese
Plump California Prunes,
B ight Rubv Prunes, very nice,
4 pounds 26o, pound
Calif. rnlaTab'e Flums, In beavy1 -l
sirup. t-DOund can
syrup, t-pound can.
Early Jute Pea, sweet and ten
der, a cans 25c, can
Choice Java and Mocha Colee,
! pounds l, pound...........
Plantation Combination, an ele
gant -blended coffee, regular
Duo irrade. this sale & pounds T T
1, per pound.
Finest Santos Peaberry Coffee y A.
(roc, ihN wale, pound
Fsney Pl Codee. 8 pounds II, A.e
Medicines of us.
extra heavy fire pet, all kinds, all A f2
"HnvfUiTif rt- Tnwn
9 room house
it IF INTERESTED
ChattnOD Petty & CO
Mrs. A. 1). Willy has returned from
a must riliuvabf Inn throned ilie
east, where she visited with her
(laug-iiter, .Mrs. M. II. Klls. of New
York city. She also visited -her na
tive uome m .ew ork. IIufTalo and
other cities. She
time to see her daughter, Mrs. Dr. L.
I', ftinire. WIlo is here visitincr with
her parents and friends for si few-
The building- committee of the Peo
ple's Mission is making- way slowly
but surely in canvassing for funds
wherewith to build the new mission
building. Chairman Crossett report
ed Saturday that $'J.S00 had been sub
scribed with $-J()0 more in sight
.There are a good many who contrib
ute nothing to churches and would
be glad to contribute something to
the mission building fund. The com
mittee is rinding these people out
and it would be a good iden for them
to meet the committee half way.
Chairman Crossett is very confident
of the near completion of the good
Ed Evans, the man arrested Thurs
day evening by Detective Atkinson on
the charge of having stolen -nine
Mack sateen shirt waists from the
store of IJcps. Jungk & Company, was
tried by Justice Altmtin and sent to
the county jail for :;t) days. He is
thought to have u career as a crimi
nal in several parts of the country.
Saturday was the last day of the
September term of the district court
and after the adjournment in the af
ternoon Judge House returned to his
home at Matpioketa, taking w'ith him
for further deliberation the motion
for a new trial in the case of McCoy
versus the Republican company and
the suit of Captain David Stuhr vs.
Mr. anil .Mrs. Meyer, relating to the
title to the Probstei inn.
William (hikes passed away Satur-
lay at the home of his daughter.
Mrs. K. II. Kinfeldt. ."..':0 Kast Locust
street, lie was a native of Count v
Delganny, near Wicklow. Ireland, ami
was born May 1, lsril. The surviving
meiuliers of the family sire three
laughters. Mrs. Kinfel.lt and Mrs.
Juksch. of California, and two sons.
Koliert and Samuel.
The end of the troubles in the
louse of IamMrin. one of the most
prominent of the East side families.
ame Saturday afternoon when
Judge House granted a decree of di
vorce to Lena l'amperin. The suit
was commenced .Muring the past
week by Attorney Charles T. Cooper
on behalf of Mrs. l'amperin and the
ourt gave the matter a speedy liear
ng. The petition of Mr. Cooper's
client stated that she and William
'amperin were married at Coal Val-
ey. 111., in 1S77, and have been living
n this city for the past eight years.
She alleged that during all the time
that they .thus lived together, she
onducted herself toward the defend
ant as a dutiful and loving wife,
while her husband took to the im
moderate use of strong drink and
reated her in a cruel and inhuman
manner, so that her life was endang
ered. Mr. Pamperin was accused of
having swore at his wife and she
stated that on several occasions he
assaulted her with a knife, coupled
with a threat to take her life. One
specific instance of such an assault,
as set out in the petition, is said to
have occurred this year. Mrs. Pam-
icrin was given the custody of her
wo minor children an'd the posses
sion and title to the household fur
Active improvements have been go
ng on at the rooms of the Y. M. C. A.
and everything is being put in read-
ness for the winter work. Acting
Secretary (irilley is carrying out the
The blood mar be in bad condition.
ret with no external signs, no skin
eruption or sores to indicate it. The
Eymptoms in such cases bemjj a variable
appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable
weakness and nervousness, loss of flesh
and a general run-down condition of the
system clearly showing the blood hxs
lost its nutritive Qualities, tas become thin
and watery. It is in just such cases that
S. S. S. has done some of its quickest and
most effective work by building up the
blood and supplying the elements lacking
to make it strong and vigorous.
"M-rwife used sev
eral bottles of S. S. S.
a blood purifier and
rn tin a wealc and
very marked effect by
way or improvement. .:
v rrfird it a s .
creat tonic and bloodf t
purifier." J. F.Duff, Vii
Is the greatest of all
tonics, and you will
find the appetite im
returns, and nervousness vanishes as new
rich pure blood once more circulates
through all parts of tne system.
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable
blood purifier known. It contains no min
eral whatever. Send for our free book
on blood and skin diseases and write out
chvaicians for any information or advice
W&nted. No charge for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA. CJU
lHilicy of Secretary tlarrison and n
ship shape order of things will re
sult. The steam fittings have been
adjusted and improvements have
been made in the bnth rooms.
Saturday afternoon as Mrs. Thorn
as -Thompson and her mother, Mrs
Nucel. with a baby m a baby buggy
were walking along O'Xeida avenue,
thejr were charged upon and almost
run down by a frantic horse which
came galloping up the avenue. As
the aniinnl wore no harness at all, it
s supposed to have been one of the
strays such as the police picked up
the other day, 'turned out by its
owner to grass but watered every
evening." In this case the animal
had been frightened and the ladies
and the baby had a very close call.
If Dan Cunid doesn't break loose
rini-k Cheek savs. he will ho
ashamed of the marriage license rec-ni-rl
tnp tli, month of November. In
October B(i marriage licenses were
issued by his office. I bus far this
month, and it is one-third gone, only
seven have been issued.
One of the Kobeson market deliv
ery wagons figured in a runaway on
Twelfth street near Arlington Satur
day, with some damage to the wagon
and the horse, and the breaking of a
hitching post and other incidental
15 he Theatre.
Ernest Seton-Thoinnson. the well-
known author of "Wild Animals I
Have Known," is coming to Hock Is
land to lecture on "tomorrow after
noon n nd evening. Nov. 1'. at Harri
er's theatre. The lecture will be il
lustrated bv stereopticon views
some of them taken from photo
graphs, others from his own draw
ings of liears, foXes, rabbits, deer.
elk and the ejtieer tracks wild ini
mals make in the snow. Mr. Setoii-
Thompson is not a lecturer, in the
strict sense of the word, lie merely
talks in a ueligntiui, conversational
way on the things in the animal Jife
of which he knows, and sometimes
tells why and how he knows, and
gives the animal calls. He is a thor
oughly entertaining tulker. Popular
prices will prevail.
Tomorrow evening Thomas Preston
Urooke and his Chicago Marine band
irehestra give one of their celebrat
ed concerts at Augustana college
chapel, the first entertainment in the
lycenm course. Miss Clara Tester,
who will accompany the orchestra, on
ts tours as vocal soloist, is a native
f the far west. She was a favorite
pupil of Mine. Linne and graduated
with high honors from the American
Conservatory of Music, Chicago, in
ISli.i. Since that time she has ap-
eared in concert in almost every
own ami city on the western coast.
everywhere winning the most extrav
agant praise. She has a charming
stage presence and is unusually gift
ed vocally, possessing a pure soprano
voice of wide range and great flex-
bility. Miss Tester cannot fail to
prove a pleasant feature of these con-
erts. Mr. Timmons, flutist, is . pre
sented as one of the lending soloists
of the band orchestra. Although
j-oung in j-ears, he ranks high -ns an
artist, and no one in America at the
present time gives a more exquisite
and brilliant performance upon this
most difficult of instruments. He is
widely known among musicians, hav-
nRf appeared in all the principal cit
es of the United States in the sup
lort of such artists ns Kran I.ili l.eh-
mann, Clementine DeYere, and other
artists of like rank, as well as with
he leading bands and orchestras of
he day. His playing is character
ized by delieacj and refinement, ns
well as wonderful execution and
beautiful quality of tone, and we
predict for him the welcome his utili
ty as a musician deserves.
Spreads Uke Wildfire.
When tilings are "the best" they
become "the best selling." Abraham
Hare, a leading druggist, of Belle
ville, O., writes: "Electric ISitters
are tha best selling bitters I have
bandied in 20 years." You know-
why? Most diseases begin in disor
ders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bow
els, blood and nerves. Electric Bit
ters tones up the stomach, regulates
liver, kidneys and bowels, purifies the
blood, strenghtens the nerves, hence
cures multitudes of maladies. It
builds up the entire system. Puts
new life and vigor into any weak,
sickly, run-down roan or woman.
rrice 50 cents. Sold by llartz Sc
"I have long suffered from indiges
tion," wTites G. A. LeDcls, 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 ne used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
indigestion had made him a total
wreck." B. H. Bieber and Hartz &
It is more important to clean your
system than to clean your house. Liver-Lax.
the little 25c system cleaner,
is guaranteed to cure constipation.
T. H. THOMAS. Leading Druggist
Vitality, nerves like steel, clear
eyes, active brain, strength, health
and happiness comes to those who
take Rocky Mountain Tea made by
Madison . Medicine Co. 35c. T. H.
Thomas, druggist. .
('anis are received in the city an
nouncing the marriage of Bertice
Perry Hammers, the Plow Co.'s rep
resentative in South America, and
Miss Josephine Anna Xowry, Satur
day, .Nov. 'J, at hamont, Okla.
Itev. J. 11. Clemins, formerly pas
tor of the A. M. E. church here, is
now located .at Oskaloosa, Iowa.
IJev. W. W. Willard, who has been
quite ill for n few days, and confined
to his bed, is improving satisfactor
ily, lie wanted to be in his pulpit
Sunday as usual, but his physician
thought it would not be wise for him
to attempt it so soon.
F. Y. Keator is in the city in the
interest of the new East Moline rail
way. Iwo-thirds of the right of way
has been secured, and Mr. Keator
says the work on the construction
of the road will begin this fall and
be pushed forward as rapidly as pos
Clerks of the Moline postoffice
have organized a local branch of the
Up i ted States National Association
of Postoffice Clerks and a charter.
numbered 7$K was received last week
from L. C. Loetfler, national secre
tary, of Milwaukee. The officers
I 'resident Ha rry Olson.
Vice President John McKniry.
Secretary-Treasurer Frank Uog-
Tht other members are: Andrew
Dorman. C. Y. (iould, Wallace War-
nock, Xestor I.. Anderson.
The object of the association is the
discussion of clerical work in post
offices with a view to developing the
service. The association is father
ing a law for regulating the salaries
Armory hall in the Skinner annex
has been handsomely furnished by
the local national guard officers' as
sociation, which has charge. Opera
chairs seating SOO people have been
installed, terra cotta curtains hung
ami the two alcoves at the east end
of the hall are screened by heavy silk
flags of the national colors. A leath
er settee extending about the wall of
one alcove will soon be installed and
will ever prove a cosy retreat for the
dancers. Dressing rooms are suji
plicd for ladies and gentlemen and
in the gentlemen's room racks for
checking wraps have been built and
will be capable of accommodating as
large a throng as can occupy the
hall. Altogether, the armory is an
attractive place and one of the most
completely furnished that the nation
al guard has in the state. The im
provements were made at a cost of
Notice has been received from the
state commander that John A. Logan
Is the name of a Sons of Veteran
camp already in existence in the
state and that another name must
be selected for the local camp. The
name will probably be decided on at
a meeting held just before the in
stallation of the officers, J. H. Mc
Keever having been elected captain,
and W. E. Wnrr and II. C. Copp first
and second lieutenants respectively.
The committee named to have
harge of the construction of the
iroposcd Carnegie library consists of
'. A. I'.arnard. pFesident of the li
irarv board. Dr. L. I). Dunn, W. A.
Meese. Dr. K. C. J. Meyer and O. F.
vnderaon. The committee is to go
o Freeixirt next Friday to inspect
the Carnegie library built there. '
William I'ctcher. Moline's old can
dy manufacturer, is remodeling the
place on Fifteenth street formerly
occupied by (ins Segur's barber shop
and will move into it in a short time.
F. K. Sneider, the carjienter who
had his wrist so badly hurt a few
days ago in n printing press in Hron-
son's job office, is recovering nicely
and will in all probability be saved
the use of his hand.
William KtolTt returned yesterday
morning from Calcsbnrg. .where he
has been confined to the hospital for
six weeks with typhoid fever.
.1. II. Hanberg, attorney nt law,
has located permanently in this city
in room 5 McKinnie IiIock. He is a
graduate of Ann Arbor, Mich., law
school and spent the past year in
(iermany perfecting his profession.
He is n son of M. D. Hauberg, n prom
inent and well known resident of
WANT EI POSITIONS.
WANTED Tw men want positions as fire
man or any lnd "or work. Experienced office
. cleaners Will work evenings and bundays
Adaiesa. M. Si," this office.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A gold loeket with two photographs
lntid and monogram "B. F" on covur.
Fi-der will b lewarded by i e turn lag same
to TB AUG 08 Office.
LOST Sunday evening, a fur collar, either on
Seventh avenue between Elghteeoth and
Twenty-Brat street or on the latter s-ret
above reventb avenue Finder rrturnto 1038
Twenty-Ant street and receive reward.
Is tn Antiseptic Healing Powder
Heals Cuts. Wound. Burnt $et!ds
without scar. " cenis. uruggnti.
The Queen of all S2.50 Shoes for
women. In 'Patent Leather and
Vici Kid, heavy extension sole,
with all the extra touches in
shoe making that give it the
style. of a $5.00 Shoe. Widths A,
B, C, D and E. always in stock.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A first-class dining room girl at
tne ueimouco restaurant
WANTED Veat girl for general housework
Applj :M2 Tnlrteemn street.
WANT ED fi Irl far general housework at
Ibiw Jsec jna ave. ue, up stairs
WANTED A girl for second oooli at Kirk-
man a restaurant, 3110 tiftn avenue.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Apply at Mrs. W. a. v.'uujier , 715 Twtniy-
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Three good bell boys at the Har
WANTED One or two teams for several
weeks' work. J J. C. W. A bo us.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
II you sell Mark liees. jouiatana, mo.
DansvIJe. N. Y.
WANTED fiO men to lav asphalt pavement.
Ciood wares. Acp y Twentieth street ai.a
Sixth avenue, Mol ne.
W Nl ED A boy over 16 years to drive a
carpenter wagon. Apo'y at corner or feev-
eoteeotn street ana irst avenue.
WANTED A good reliable oil sal'smtn, on
coomil.-sion or salary. Address (jusker Oil
and iapiemeut company, Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTED At once, two goud, first-class
co it m.kers and one ' buohelman at Wil
li m i-iu g's, Eighteenth street aid SecuLd
WANTED hal ef-men competent to sell a
money making st-ei-.lalty to tbe grocery ard
general store rade. Address stand
ard Manufacturing company, Ltecatur 111.
None but first-class men who dan give bnd
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED Three or foir unfurnished rooms
for l'gbt housekeeping Cemrliy located
Addrt.8. ' a 31," Argus office.
WANTED Two furnished rooms for light
hou-ekeepi g wi'h" five blocks f the Q
roundhouse, uaii at iui i nirteentn ttreei
WANTED To rent a house of seven or eight
rooms between S!venteeth ard Twenty-
fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth avenue.-.
Addrats "D." ARGOS.
WANTED - MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Turning lathe, gig saw and soaall
Frintlng press for use at the Industrial fair,
quire oi J. W. Cavanaugh.
WANTED Agents, either ladies or gentle
men, to canvass In Roek island or elsewhere.
Can make $"0 per week. Call from 3 to 9 p.
m. at itf Fifteenth stteet.
WANTED Well drilling, at very 'reasons hie
prices All work guaranteed Let me
make you a proposition, address or call on
W. M. MoCauiey. 7b2 Second avenue.
WANTED 1,000 people who are In need of
ready money to call at the Greater New
Yok Loan Bank, 8"J0 Twentieth street
Pnote 5723 brown. Ail unredeemed pledgei
at bslf piloe.
WANTED An established wholesale hru.se.
reuenty Incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
brancn house fealary 1U per montn, ex-
fenses and commUsion. Must invest tl.uoo
n capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will bo guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Mo.
FOR SALE A choice 10-aore fruit farm for
sale in south kock isiana. rmeiy improvea.
bee Keidy Bros.
FOR SALE Nice new cottage, unfinished
upstairs; suce iciog icoii u wamj accv,
ou Twelfth ktreet. three blocks irom city
limits; faorseast. Price t'MO. Apply to Gold
smith & McKee.
FOR SALE A complete bookkeeping schol
arship with tbe international (jorrespoba
enca schoUi. Will sell at less thn oust at
club rate. Cash or monthly payments. Ad
dress A 23" a aar s oflloe.
FOR SALE Sma'l 4-acre fruit and garden
farm in bouth Kock island; house 6 rooms;
barn and wagon sheds; well and cUtera
uvnt r makes .00 gross Income off of faro,
per annum. Also raises chiukens. Apply to
Uoidsmitn & MoKee.
FOR SALE One of the best stock or
darv fatms tn loling township contain
ing 80 acres, about 60 in pa-ture, balance
under cultivation. Good houfe and othei
buildings. Well watered. Price $40 per acre.
Teras easy. John Stahlnecker, Milan, 111. '
FOR SAL'S Lots In McEb Iry's add.tton by E.
J. Burns, room vs. Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. itee 1 s are on Slx-h avenue, be
tween Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth streets
Convenient to Fifth avenue or Kim street
car line. Terms to suit purchaser.
FO SALE At a bargain If taken before 8at-
urdy night, a nise 5-room cottage, grana
new, on a lot 50x149 feet; good cellar, well
and co 1 house: house only primed on the
outsioe, not et punted. Don't miss this op
portunity to get a nce home cheap. You
uan have this cottage for si. im). not a cent
less. It lequires a cash payment of only
l.'Ta, and balance on mortgage for 10 years.
Apply to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A first-class saloon In Davenport
oeeap If taken at onoe. Eastman, God irey
FOR RALE Hard coal base-burner In first
- . . . 1 aKAun ImmmIca A .l-7
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Ejstmaa & Co.,
1714H Second avenue.
byir rale-A firs t-clas seoond hand bouse
heating boiler, - self-feeding. Oan be used
for steam or hot water beat. A bargain to
parties having use lor it. Alien. Myers s, uo
for SALE A sma'l Banner beater. Can be
usd for soft or hard col Nearly new Can
be bnucbt very reasonable. Also D'rcncom
btaatiox bona oase. Apply evenings at 736
FOR SALE One heavy express wagon, one
I . .in wntmn fcwn htioirle- earn aLA flritlht
harness, one set single harness, ooe wagon
"scale, one piatiorm aeaie, lour ncatmg
stoves. Apply to Mrs. Kiugger, 6U3 Fortieth
Opposite Harper House.
FOR KENT -ROOMS.
FOR RENT One room, all modern conven
ienses, at -'17 Fifteenth ktreet.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with modera
conveniences at 116" Fourth avenue. ;
FOR RENT One suite of rffiee rooms with
steam neat in K.reu & Math building.
FOR RENT Nlcly furnished front room with
heat aud bata at ills Second avenue.
FOR RENT A furnished room suitable for
two persons. Call at 1608 Second avenue,
FOR REST Furnished room and bed room,
suitab e for one or two gentlemen, at 1-i-J
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with bath:
wi h "r with .ut bjurd; gentlemen preferred;
at -Ti:! Sixth avenue.
FOR REN r 1 Icelv furnished front room with
all modern conveniences Suitable for one
or twopersoLs. 1517 Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished front rooms,
steam heat and bath. Ail modern conven
iences Three blocks from postoffice. &!0
FOR RENT Two unfurnished front rooms.
can be ued for Ilebt housekeeping; on first
Moor: cistern water. Rent only (5 per
month, at 1-lH Twenty-nlntn street.
FOK RENT HOUSES.
FOt RENT An 8-rom house with modern
Imir ovements at r8os Fif th avenue.
FOR RENT A -room h-use at 610 wenty-
siztn street, inquire next door north.
FOR RENT 8-rooai house. 728 Fifteenth
street. Inquire at 1623 second avenue.
"OR RENT Reasonable, a 5 room cottase,
desirable location, at 848 Twenty-first street.
FOR RENT An 8 room houne, 2815 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Inquire at 2832 Fifth avenue
FOR RENT S. S. Hull ba several houses for
rent from 1 10 to o0. Call at room 15, Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
FOR RENT An 8 room house with gas and
hot and cold water at 538 Twentieth street.
Inquire at 1107 Twenty-first street.
FOR RENT HouRecf six rooms with modern
conveniences at 529 Eleventh street. In
quire of J. D. Beecaer, 800 Seventeentn
FOR RENT Nice 8-room house with all mod
ern conveniences on Twenty-th rd street
between Fifth and seventh avenues. Ap
ply to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT Two 6 room houses. Just com-
pietea. au modern conveniences not ana
cold water, heat and light. Located H'5
and 1117 Nineteenth street. Apply T. E.
Vletcb, Harper house
SFE WILLIAMSON for storage. - Money
loaned on household goods, Hlo second ave
nue. YOUNG MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how to teucn brbe trade in eight
weeks: mailed free. Mo.er Barber College,
FIRST CLASS BOARDING At 1405 Fourth
avenue. Location central, bouse modern,
rooms newly furnished, a fnw more ladies
and gentlemen can arrange for table board
by appijing at above number.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys. sells andexobanves
all kinds of Second hand goods, wm pay
rrore thin any other dealer aid sens
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing and
cleaning done also. 3. P. Williamson, 1515
Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
IF YOU WANT To buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage help or secure a situation ,
tne Mail is the one pper in Moline that can
do It tor yoi- Mail wants are popular and
Mall wants bring results One-half cent per
word Is tbe p'lce to all alike, cash in ad
vance. 2-cetit stamps will do. Evening and
bund ay Mail, Moline, IU.
RAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. Send postal card
or leave word at zuua t ourtn avenue or for
tieth street and Fifth avenue, if you
have any rags, rubber, etc.. to sell. I wll
come to your house and pay you from 50 to
75 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to 5c a pound All calls will receive prompt
attention. B. F. Kiugger.
DO YOY WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
perience piaoes us in a position to give yiu
valuable Information along lines that will
ansare you success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of dally pa
pers that pay. We also start responMnie
pirtles In the mall order and agency supply
business Lord A. Carver. Racine, wis.
WANTED By respectable middle aged lady,
a-quaintanceoi oioeny genuemanni ireans.
Object matrimony. Aodress "jl. B Gen
eral Delivery, Rock Island.
MADAM 8T. MARIE, palmist and clairvoyant,
tens you tne past, present ana future oor
rectly. Tells you everything pertaining t
business, marriage, divorce, love adairsT,
sickness, death, accidents and everything
of interest. One call will prove her wonder
ful accuracy office hours fiem 1 to 10 p. m.
No. 706 Fourth avenue.
MEDIUM AND PALMIST Gives fuU name of
all callers, etc. Free tests to all persons
uaJllng Lovers or any in trouble, whatever
the nature of the same may be. will find In
stant hetp. Yonr entire life read hk an
open book. If you worry, go to tbe medium
of mediom. permanently located at 1623
Third avenue, Kock Island. 111. See sign,
'-Free Tests to All." xtours from 9 a. m. to
S p. m.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kina or security. Also enotee property for
sale and rent. W. L Coyne, 230 Seven
teenth street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, hardware, musical In
strumvnts, blcyc es. clothing, dry goods,
furniture, eto. Highest easn p ices pld
for B-oond band goods of all kiodi alsoj
Tne above KOoOs for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strict
ly confidential. His new number and loca
tion. 1623 Second avenue. Don't forget It.
J. W. Jones. Two rings on 1317.