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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 18, 1901.
It's Money in Your Pjrse
to Buy Goods Here
Keeping1 prices down to a fair, honest basis is what
makes our stock a well patronized, one, is tlie real reason
why such a larpre- number of buyers depend upon it .. We
always name the closest prices, and invariably give our
trade the benefit of any fortunate purchase.
Here Are a Few Prices for All Week :
Big Grocery Department.
20 Pounds Best Granulated Sugar $1.
l bars Good Iamnlry
Columbia River Uttl
Salmon. 20c can
Fresh tKster Crackers.
New Mustard Sardines,
Parlor Matches, 12 boxes
(iooti Head Itice,
New Canliel Citron.
Choice Java end Mocha
Coffee. .rJ lbs. 1 1, lb. .
(lolilcn Santos Coffee,
tfj lbs. fl, lb
Cut Price Drug Department.
This popular department is steadily pushing to the front. We
ci-rytliM only full and complete' Hue of patent medicines and drug
s nidres in the tri-c;ties at cut prices.
Laxative Bronio-Quinine Tal
Iets, regular 2.c 1 C
Wine of Cardui, regular rn
$1 bottle OSJC
Carter's Little Liver Pills,
House Furnishing Department.
Shelf PajHT, all colors of fancv lace taper, 30 foot in each Q
Tissue Pap-r. We have the entire line of the Dennison Manu- -I
fact ii ring .company, any color from white to black, 2 sheets. . It
Decorate I Crepe Paper for lamp .shades, beautif ul designs, all
shades, 10 feel, only I I C
Crepe Paper, in all shades anil colors, " Q
- only ! OC
Lamp Shades all colors, Lace Shades, separate wire frame Iflp
with each, only . iVjG
Special for the Week.
We will sell 10-foot rolls of C'ree Paper, any color, t M
HOT IJAR(;AINS ALL WEEK
KNOW YOUR FUTURE
And Guide Yourself Accortlinglv
PROF. CAR-LEE. Clairvoyant and Palmist.
He asks no questions but reads your life like an open look. He gives advice
to all thinking of going into business, whether it is ltest to buy, sell or trade,
whether husband, wife or sweet heart is true or false, on your health and
sickness, lovers and loved ones, travels, voyages, enwmies, inheritance, fam
ily friends, and other vital joints. He is truthful in his predictions and re
liable in his advice. In fact, no matter what may be your hope, fear or am
bition, come to this wonderful man and find help.
He Has Helped Others. Why Not You?
This phenomenally gifted man is in vour city and can le consulted on all
conceivable affairs of life and human destiny. He lifts the dark veil of ol
scurity and reveals that which the dark future has in store for you, giving
vou the key to your future life and success. He has sincerely and wholly
devoted his talents, inborn gifts, spiritual powers, and life to the assistance
and guidance of all who call to see him, lcing fairly conversant with the oc
cult science, his revelatious are past comprehension and bonier on the sul
lime, and are acknowledged by the public to Ihj of the very highest order and
has excited wonder in 1hLIi the spiritual and the skeptic. He also teaches the
art of Kilmistry In all its branches very reasonable privately and furnishes
the Ix-.-t InKjks on the art to help your studies. All those wishing to Ihj eu
liirhtened on the davs to come feel vourselves invited to
Call at 1327 Second
Slate of nilnoto I
Bock Island County. J
la the Circuit Court at the January term, A.
Mlra Hersbey. eorap'alna't. vs Daniel Hayes
and Alice Warucld Hayes, delendauta.
To tb atoYe named Daniel Hayes and Alioe
Warfleld Hsyes and each of them:
Affidavit of your noo residenea and of the
non-residence of each ft you bating been
filed In the above entitled cause in the offlra
of tie nnderslgoel clerk of the circuit court
of iba count of K"C Island and state of
Illinois, you are hereby notified that the
above naued complainant bas filed In said
court ber bill of complaint against you on
the chancery aide of aaid court: That a
summons In chancery bas been Issued in said
cause against you. returnable to the January
term A U . 1902. of said court, to be begun
acd bolden in the court bouse In the city of
Kock Islands in said county, in we state of
llllnvls, on the first Monday of January. A.
D.. 1902. at which time and place you will
aoper and plead, answer or demur to said
bUI of complaint as you mav see fit.
Dated at Rock Island Illinois, this 28 th day
of October, a. IX, ioi.
O so sea W. Gambia
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
SvniiT Jfc Walub, Complainant's Slioi-
Fancy Evaporated Cal.
(iood Evaporated Teaches,
Cal. Cooking Fijrs
4 lbs. 25c, lb
Buttermilk, Castile, Mechanics
and Tar Toilet Soap, packed 4
cakes in Ik,
I'otted or Deviled Hani,
Pot t ift I or Deviled Tongue.
Red 1'epixT Soups, all llavors,
the lx'st, 3 cans 2."e, Q
Fancy Uncolorcd Japan QQ
Tea, 60c grade, per lb. 05?C
Tea Dust, 91
2-quart, warranted. . . .
Hot Water Rottles,
2-quart, warranted ... .
Double Distilled Witch
Hael, large Itottlc...
in Rig New Furniture Department.
You Can Do so by Consulting
PARLORS QUIET AND
Motlo of TnTilUnHnii miaaseij
State of Illinois, i
Oounty of Rock Island. J
In the Clmult Court. In Chancery.
Hulda Strand vs. Charles Strand.
Affidavit of non-re-ioenoe of the defecd
ant, Cbailet Stra d. having been filed In tbe
clerk's office of the circuit court of the said
county, notice Is therefore hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint In said
court, on the chaneery aide thereof, on the
Pd day of June, iwCO. and that thereupon a
summons issued out of said court wherein said
suit Is now pending, returnable on tbe third
Monday in the momo of Ben ember thereafter
an I by law required, and then on the 1 0th day
of November, 1601. an alias summons was also
I-sued out of said cort returnable on tbs first
Monday of January net'.
Now unless yeu, the said non-resident defen
dant above named, Charles btrand. shall
personally be and appear before tbe
aid circuit court on the first day
of tbe next term thereof, to be hold en
at Rock Island in and for sain county on the
first Monday in January next, and plead, an
swer or demur to tbe said complainant's bill
of complaint, the aame and the matters and
things therein charged and stated will oe
taken as confessed, and a deeree entered
asalnstyoo accord las to the prayer of said
bilL G so bob W, Gasuulb, Circuit Glen.
Koek Island, DL
E H. Guyer, Complainant's Solicitor.
PLAN TO REBEL
Reported Plot for a Rising in the
Klondike Against British
crnzras or the united states
At the Head of tbe Scheme "Which is
Discovered A Start
San Francisco. Nov. 18. The Cnll
prints an unconfirmed story from
SUajrway, Alaska, undpidate of Nov.
0. telling of the discovery of what Is
alleged to be a huge conspiracy exist
ing in Dawson, and ramlfylnjr to Skng
way, Victoria. Vancouver and Seattle,
fcr the overthrow of the local govern
ment of the Northwest Territory and
the establishment of a republic, with
Itawson as Its capital. . According to
the deatlls of the 1ory. arms, nmnin
li'tion and provisions have been taken
fn over the railroad and cached at
Rtragetlc points. Prominent American
residents of Shagwny ar said to be
ringleaders In the conspiracy. Miners
to the number of Ti.om are said to
rt wait the summon to arms, ready to
flsht for the Independence from Do
minion rule of the gold tields, camps
How the Tint Was la Work.
The plan is to overpower the mount
ed police, arrest the civil authorities.
rnd take the government into their
own h.-iuds. The rigor of the arctic
winters would give the Insurgents six
months' Immunity from attack ly Ca
iKMlian or British troops, and the ad
venturous an-h-conspirator hope for
Intervention or outside assistance liv
the time the molting of Ice and snow
will permit the invasion of their Iso
A utlioi it ir Onto the Srhriur.
It is further related that a hurried
conference, lasting until midnight, wns
held nl sifcagwjiy Nov. T, at which were
present Captain Corrlgiin. of the North
west mounted pollee. who had arrived
from across the Canadian lordcr late
that evening: Judge Itrown. of the
T'nited States district court: United
State Marshal Slioupe. T'nited States
Attorney Krcderich. and Major Ilovey.
commanding the T'nited States troops
nt Skagway. This was the last of Sev
ern! hasty consultation lietween the
civil and military representatives of
the two powers In relation to the mvs-
tcrious trnnsport.it ion of supplies into
the interior nvti rumors of a consplr;i
to lend the miners In n revolt aealnst
the Canadian government In the North
Were Anxion. but Tou1tn't Talk.
Those present maintained subse
quently the strictest silence concerning
the new evidence laid before them, and
their evident anxiety helped to confirm
the rumor of consplr.ncv. Captain
Corrigan took a train back across the
border the next morning, while T'nited
State Marshal Shoupe embarked on
the first steamer for Seattle, which
port he reached several days ago. The
obejet of his visit was. presumably, to
confer by telegraph with the authori
ties at Washington. He sailed Satur
day afternoon on- the Dolphin on his
way back to Skagway.
New York's New Cntom Collector.
Washington. Nov. IS. State Senator
N. N. Stmnahsn. of Osweko, N. Y..
after a call upon the president Satur
day, made the following statement:
"President Uoosevelt this morning ten
tl red me the oliice of the collet-tor of
New York, with the understanding that
I shall assume Its duties April 1 next.
The oliice of collector comes to me ab
solutely unsolicited, and I may say,
with the cordial concurrence of the
president nnd Senator IMatt. The sen
ator undoubtedly desired the reappoint
ment of Mr. indwell, but If this was
not to be done he is entirely satisfied
Kvansvil1es Murder Mystery.
Kvnnsvllle. Ind., Nov. 18. The po
lice still have no clue to the two mys
terious murder cases. Almost a week
has elapsed since Mrs. Georgia Ralley
and Iena Renner were strangled to
they are liable to appear upon other parts
of the body. When they begin to spread
and eat into the llesh, sharp, piercing
Sains are felt as the underlying tissue is
estroyed and the tender nerves exposed.
Cancerous sores develop from very trifling
causes; a carbuncle or boil, swollen gland,
a little watery blister on ths tongue or
lip, a wart, mole or bruise of some kind
becomes an indolent, festering 6ore,
which in time degenerates into cancer.
"Ten years sro I
had a sore on my left
temple, which tbe
sv cancerous ulcer;
It would Itch, barn
and bleed, then scab
ortr, bat would,
never heal. After
the sore bersn to 2 "l
dlscharg-e, and when f 1 f$ I
all the poisonous I l iivjS. ' I
matter had passed V , i vi '
out it ot well. I
took In all about " '
thirty bottles, continuing it for some
time after the sore had healed, to be
sure all the poison was oat of my sys
tem. Hare seen no mign of the canoes
in ten years. J0SEPHU3 EE ID,
Gant, Aadrlan Co., XCo.
is strictly a vegetable
remedy, and, while
and healing properties
that no other medicine
does, contains nothing that could derange
the system. While cleansing the blood
it also builds rip the general health.
If you have a suspicions sor, or other
blood trouble, send lor our free boolc on
Blood and Skin Diseases, and write to u
for any information or advice -wanted ;
we make no charge for this aervios.
. THS SWIFT SPECIFIO CO, AT LA Iff, GA. -
aearii. but so rar nottnng nas teen dis
covered that would throw any light on
the crimes. The police have aban
doned the theory that one man with a
mania for strangling women was the
murderer, and are of the opinion that
the crime were committed by two
men. and that jealousy was the cause
In each case
GIFT TO ILLINOIS' NAMESAKE.
Ksw Battleship the Recipient of a 910,000
Service of Silver.
. Newport News, Va., Nov. 18. As
sistant Secretary of the Navy Ilackett,
representing the navy, accepted the
gift of a silver service for the bsittle
hlp Illinois Saturday in the presence
BATTLESHIP ILI I.NOI3.
of a largo crowd, among whom were
Colonel Thomas- Keefe. Senator and
Mrs. William K. Masou. Miss Mason,
Hon. William I'enn Nixon (collector ot
the HH-t at Chicago), l- W. IVck. ;en
cial (J. P. Palmer, ex-Uerresentative
Ieorge K. Adams, W. 1. Hoyce, Hon.
Thn M. Clarke, John Shortall. General
II. II. Thomas. Mrs. Nixon. Mrs. Peck.
Miss Peck. Judge Jesse llolden, C. C.
Wells. IVofessor W. S. St rat ton, Roj
Patterson. I.. W. liusbey and Senator
and Mrs. Thurston, of Nebraska.
The presentation of the silver servh-e,
the gift of the ieople of Illinois, oc
curred at 2:15 p. in. r.nd was witnessed
by a number of local ieople as well as
the visitors. Senator Mason, in au elo
quent address, presented the service
to the ship ou the part of the jH-ople
of his state. The service consists of
ten pieces and Its cost was $10.(X:0.
6TH REGIMENT MAN HONORED
(ins Williams Promoted to 81,800 I'onltion
Members of the tith Illinois volun
teer infantry will remember (ius Wil
liams, who served in the quartermas
ter's department during the war.
and was afterwards made quarter
master-sergeant, (lus is now in the
Cnited States navy, being a first-
class machinist on the U. S. ship
Helena. 'stationed at Nagasaki, .lapan.
In a recent accident which ha-
jened to the propeller shaft the ship
was in imminent danger of serious
damage nnd accompanying loss of
life, when (Jus ni the risk of his own
life took prompt measures which pre
vented any further damage, acting
without orders und using his own
The chief engineer reported the
facts to the captain, and that official
called (ins up liefore the whole ship's
crew and publicly commended him
for his brave act. The next thing the
captain did was to forward n com
munication to the ndmirstl recom
mending his promotion to the high
est position obtainable for an en
listed man in the navy, that of chief
machinist, paying a salary of $1,800
u j ear.
A MEASURE OF MERIT.
Kock Island Cltlsens Should Weigh Well
Proof of merit lies in the evidence.
Convincing evidence in Kock Island
is not the testimony of strangers,
but the endorsement of Kock Island
people. That's the kind of proof
given here. The statement of a
Kock Island citizen.
Mr. A. Stees. of Ol'1 Nineteenth
street, says: "My kidneys caused me
a great deal of discomfort, to say
nothing of the money I spent'trying
to cure myself. There were constant
pains in the small of my back, and if
1 changed my position quickly 1
was rewarded with pain shooting
through my kidneys. There was too
frequent action of the kidney secre
tions accompanied with a burning
sensation. Procuring Donn's kidney
pills at Marshall & Fisher's drug
store, I took a course of the treat
ment. I am satisfied they are an ex
cellent remedy, and I know of others
who received equally as much benelit
For sale by all dealers. Trice 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the U. S.
Kemcmber the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
It became necessary for an Emsworth
papa to chastise mildly his small son
the other evening. Some time later,
wishing to negotiate for a favor, the
chastised one stated his wishes and as
an inducement added:
"If you'll do this, papa. I'll excuse
you for that whipping you gave me."
He I saw an Interesting educated
pig the other day that
She Oh, Indeed! I
lie Come, nowl Don't say It! Yon
were going to say you suppose I looked
In a mirror, weren't you?
She Not at all. I don't consider you
Interesting or educated. Exchange.
"When you feel that life is hardly
worth the candle take a dose of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. .They will, cleanse your
stomach, tone up your liver and reg
ulate your bowels making you feel
like a new man. for sale by all
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets cure biliousness, constipa
tion and headache. They are easy to
take and pleasant In effect. For sale
by; all duggista
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
llomeseekcrs tickets via the C, K.
I. Sr 1'. railway will be on sale Nov.
19, Dec. 3 and 17, to a number of
points in the northwest, west and
southwest. City office 1313 Second
Grand Encampment I- O. O. F. and Daugh
ters of ICebekah-
On account of the above occasion
the It. I. & p. railway will sell tickets
to Springfield .and return at greatly
reduced rates. Tickets on sale Nov.
IS, 10' and 20. .Return limit Nov. 22.
Two trains daily in each direction.
Telephone 112S for particulars.
Spreads I.Ike Wlldflre.
When things are "the best" they
become "the best selling." Abraham
Hare; a leading druggist, of Belle
ville, O., writes: "Electric Bitters
are the 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, purities the
blood, strenghtens the nerves, hence
cures multitudes of maladies. It
builds up the entire system. Puts
new life and vigor into any weak,
sickl3', run-down man or woman.
Price 50 cents. Sold by Hartz &
KID-NE-01DS CURED HIS SUFFER
ING. Have been afflicted with kidney and
bladder diseases for the past three
yeans; Leing chronic from the start,
was in much pain and forced to stop
work. For the past four months I
have faithfully ttied several of the so
called "guarantee cures" but without
any benefit. I finally concluded to try
Kid-Ne-OIds and began to feel better
immediately after using them, I con
tinued using them and am now per
manently cured. I make this state
ment of my own volition, and will
make oath to it if necessary Geo. S.
Estell. Kansas City, Mo.
Sugar-coated tablets, 50c. Try them.
T. H. THOMAS. Leading Druggist.
MISS DKNTON Palmist. 1",M West Third
street. ravenrort. (Jives advice on busi
ness, love, marriage. Mckness and health.
Also pives the best time for lawsuits, busi
ness ventures, etc. Hours, K to noon, 2 to
5 and 7:3(1 to v p. m.
MADAM BOSWELL-Mysteries of the hand.
Your hand holds the secret of your life:
changes, accidents, personal and "domestic
difficulties are written there. Madam Bos
well, who combines psychic power with
her reading of the hand." is able to advise
you with unerring accuracy upon all your
affairs. If you are uncertain, in ill health.
lnaWinir chanires or in marital or domestic
complications, she can help vou bv point
inK the riht war. Palmistry is a science,
and the person who understands it can in-
nuence otners to avoid oostacies. avert
evils and comjuer enemies. She is at her
parlors at I Fourth avenue, next to
Swedish Lutheran church.
MADAM ST. MaRIK, palmist and clairvoyant,
tells yoa tbe past, present and future cor
rectly. Tells you everything peralnlnK to
busluess, marriage, divorce, love attain,
sickness, death, accidents and ever) thing
of interest. One call will prove her wonder
ful accuracy office hours fx em 1 to 10 p. m
No. 706 fourth avenue.
MEDIUM AND PALMIST Gives fuU name of
all cUers, eto. Free tests to all persons
nailing Lovers or any In iroub'e. whatever
the cature of too same my be. will Snd in
stant help, Yoa' entire life read like an
open book. If you worry, go to tbe medium
of tnedijm, permanently located at 1623
Third avenue, Kock Island. 111. See sign.
' free Testa to All." nours from 9 a m. to
Sweeney & Wa ker. Attorneys.
State ot Illinois, i
Book Island County, i10
In the Circuit Court. In chancery:
The Black Hawk Homestead Buildlccr, Loan
and saving Association va Roderick St
i l.lrand Bernard Kicck. Foreclosure. Gen
eral No. 4tf3
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered in the above
entitled cause, on the bliteenih day of
October, A. IX 1901, I shall, on Saturday, the
Thirtieth day of November, A. D. , 1901, at
the hour of two o'clock In tbe after
noon, at the ( door of tbe Court
House, In the City of Rock Island, IB
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy raid
decree, sell at publio vendue to tbe highest
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land
situate in the County of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot .Number Sixteen (16) la that part of the
CUv of Kock Island known as and called Klien
Roche Addition in the County of Kock Island
and State of Illinois.
Dated at Rock Island, rilnois, thi first day
of November, a. Ii. 1901.
Elwih E. Parvintib,
Master o Chancerv. Rock Island County. 111.
Swies by & Walker, Complainant's Solicit
ors. Chancery Notice.
State of Illinois,
Rock Island County. )
la tbe circuit oourt, to the January term, A.
L. 190i L-lvorce
Milton W. Reynolds, complainant; Sarjh E.
To iba anuve named non-resident defend
ant, Sarah E Reynolds
Affidavit of your non-residence having been
filed In tbe oflloe of said circuit court, notice Is
bereby given to you, that tbe above named com
plainant has filed ia sala court his bill of com
plaint against you on the chancery side of said
court; that a summons In chancery has been
Issued In said cause against you, returnable to
the next term of sail court, to be begun and
ho den at the court hou.e In tbe cltv of Kock
Island in said county on the first Monday in
January, A D. 1(2. at which time and place
you will appear end plead, answer or demcr
to said bill of complaint if you see fit.
Dated at Kock island. Illinois, tola 13th day
of November, A. D. iwnt.
U so aos W. Uamblb,
Clerk of tbe circuit court la and for Kock
Island county, Illinois.
Sweeney & Walker,
Complainant's bol let tors.
Esta.e of Mary Coyne, dice at d.
Tbe undersigned Having Dees appoinud
executor of tbe last will and testament of
Mary Coyne, late or tbe county of Rock
Island, stato of Illinois, deceased, bereby
gives notice that be will appear before
tbe county court of Rook Island oounty, at
tbe oounty oourt room, in the city of Rock Isl
and, at tbe January term on tbe first Mon
day In January next, at which time all pep
ions having claims against said estate are no
tided and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbs
Dated this 14th day of November, A. D. 1901.
Uxobgs W. McCaskbih, Executor.
Come and seo my immense
stock of jjoods and get my prices
before buying- elsewhere.
HO Market Square, Rock Island.
wjT 9 r
HUfl.Hcl.n S V
WA.NTE1) FE31ALK II ELF.
WANTED A plrl for general housework at
lltioii Third avenue.
WANTED A pirl lor general housework at
161 1',4 Second avenue.
WANTED A flrst-claes dining room girl at
the Delmonlco restaurant.
WANTED A girl for second cook at Kilk
man's restaurant. 3110 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A first-class girl for general
housework. Best wages. Apply at SOT
W-fNTED A competent eirl for ceneral
housework. Apply to Mrs. W. W. Eggle-
stoo. ism second avenue.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A janitor, single man. Address
W. " Argus.
WANTED At onee. 30 molders at Mollne
Plow company. Bench work. Union shop.
WANTED Stark nursery pavs cash weekly
If you sell Stark tiees. Louisiana, Mo..
Dansville. N. Y.
WANTED 50 men to lay asphalt pavement.
Good w seen. Anpy Twentieth street ai-d
Sixtb avenue, Mol ne.
WANTED Six carpenters at once. Union
scale of wages. Inquire at J. and M. Ko
senneld's, ifiitS Second avenue.
WANTED A good rel'abla oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker Oil
and la piemen t company, Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTED Salesman to sell a fine line of
liquors direct to the consumers, either on
salarv or commission. References re
quired. Address Hanover Distillery com
pany. Peoria. 111.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making specialty to tbe grocery and
general store -fade. Address stand
ard Manufacturing company, Decatur. 111.
None but firt-class men who can give bond
WANTED - MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Turning lathe, gig saw and small
printing press for use at tbe Industrial fair.
Inquire of J. W. Cavanaugh.
WANTED Boarders, with or without rooms,
in tlrst-class location. Best table board.
Telephone ll9. Residence 1229 Second ave
nue. WANTED Agents, either ladles or gentle
men, to canvass in Rock Island or elsnwbere.
Can make ilO per week. Call from 3 to 9 p.
m. at 19 Fifteenth street.
WANTED 1,000 people who are in need, of
ready money to call at the Greater New
Vo k Loan Bank, 320 Twentieth street
Pnoce 5723 brown. Ail unredeemed pledges
at half price.
WANTED An established wholesale house
recent y Incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
brancb bouse Salary SlcO per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest 11.000
In capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will b guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED In each county a person of in
teexitv and good standing to represent and
adVertise well established business house
of solid financial standing. Salary 18 week
ly and exj)enses. pa v able weekly in cash
d'irect from head offices. Horse and car
riage furnished when necessary. Cash ad
vanced for expenses. References. Enclose
self-addressed stamped envelope. Standard
House. 3S4 Caxton Building. Chicago.
WANTED TO KENT.
WAN TED To rent a house of seven or eight
rooms between sventeein w-o iwraij'
fifth streets nd Fifth and Fourth avenue.
Address "D." ABGC3.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
s.le in South Rock Island. Finely improved.
eee Keldy Bros.
FOB SALE A complete bookkeeping schol
arship with the international Correspond
ence schools. Will sell at less th .ncust at
club rate. Cash or monthly payments. Ad
dress a 23" a bo r s offie .
FOR ss ALU one of the best stock or
dary farms tn Bowling township contain
ing 80 aores, abjut 60 in pasture, balance
under cultivation. Good house and other
buddings. Well watere-i. Price $40 per acre.
Teras easy. John Stahlneoker. Milan, HI.
FOR S aLK Lots In McEolry's add.tlon by E.
J. Burns, room 12, Mitobell A Lynde build
ing, these Ins are on Six h avenue, be
tween Twenty-eighth and Thirtieto streets
Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm street
. ear line. Terms to salt purchaser.
FOR SALE A new well built cottage home
on Filteentn street near xweirin avenue.
Faces east on the new park, five rooms
downstairs and three more can be finished
upstairs, attic floored, nice full length cel
lar, citv water and sewer, barn, well. 4-inch
sidlng.'Price is very reasonable, just what
the house cost. Apply to Goldsmith & Mc
Kee. LOST 4NI FOUND
FOUND A 32-calibre revolver on Eighteenth
avenue near i uii ici-uuu n.i.w y ui-i
can have same by calling on John Ham
mer. Thirty-eighth street. South Rock
LOST A double woolen shawl, seal brown.
about II OCIOCI, rov. iz, somewuerc w
tween McCabe s. Rock Island Buggy fac
tory and Laflin-s barn. Finder please no
tify Argus office.
LOST A No. 12 Waterman fountain pen.
without cap. on second avenue oeiween
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Find
er return to Walter Mav at Prudential In
surance office. Mitchell & Lynde building,
and receive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN Ia any amount, on any
kind of ttecurltv. Also cnoice property lor
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
WANTED To loan money on diamonds.
watches, jewelry, naraware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for second band goods of all kinds also.
Tbe above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidentlaL His new number and
location. 123 Second avenne. Don't forget
it. J. W. Jones. Two rings on 1347.
in i rvree
This cut represents one of Hanan's
most popular styles .. It has the
llanan character in every line,
plain and neat .. A shoe for the
business or professional man .. In
Velour, Calf, Enamel and Chrome
Opiosite Harper House.
FOB RENT Nicelv furnished
rooms at ln Third avenue.
FOR RENT One room, all modern conven
iences, at 21? Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT One suite of rffloe rooms with
steam heat in Krell &. Math building.
FOR RENT Nlcly f urnbhed front room with
heat ad batn at Hid Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 1405 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A furnished room suitable for
two persons. Call at 1G08 Second avenue,
FOR RENT A nijely furnished front room
wl.h haat. very reasonable. Call at 1132
aj. Wt-1A TCU UC.
FOR RENT A neatly furnished room with
furnace heat, electric light and bath privi
leges at 2735 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room with
all modern conveniences. Suitable for one
or twopersns 1517 Seventh avenue.
FOK KENT HOUSES,
FOR RENT 8-room house. 728 Fifteenth
street. Inquire at 1623 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Five nice rooms above 2815
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire down
FOS RENT S. S. Hull ha several bouses for
rent from 10 to toO. Call at room 15, Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
FOR RENT Suit of four rooms for young
couple: on ground floor, city water and
sewer, at 2733 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Bouse of six rooms with modern
conveniences at A29 Eleventh street. In
quire of J. D. Beecber, 800 Seventeenm
FOR RENT A modern flat on Fourth ave
nue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets. Inquire at the American laundrv,
501 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Modern 8-room house at TOO
Twenty-second street. Bath, gas and fur
nace. Will lease for six months. Keys at
office of Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT Furnished house for six or 13
months nine rooms, modern improve
ments. Reasonable price to private fami
ly. Apply at 1524 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT A store with flat above on Sec
ond avenue for 35 a month. Newly pa
pered and wired bv electricity. For the
keys apply to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT Two 6 room houses, just com
pleted. All modern conveniences Hot and
cold water, beat and light. Located IPS
and 1117 Nineteenth street. Apply T. E.
Vietcb, Harper house
FOR RENT 613 Twenty-third street, excel
lent location, nice modern 8-room house,
bath. gas. barn. etc. This is a very desira
ble location and the lot is large. This
house should rent readily at the price de
desired, which is 22. You can get key at
the office of Goldsmith &, McKee.
FOR SALE 4 first-class saloon In Davenport
cseap if taken at once. Eastman, God rey
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lln- s of business. junta Si Co.,
171 Second avenue.
FOR SALE Bedroom set. chairs, cot. toilet
sets. etc. Call at 111 Twelfth street, be
tween 8 and 12 a. m.
FOR SALE A first-clars second hand bouse
heating boiler, self-feeding. Can be used
forskeamor hot water heat. A bargain to
parties bavlng une tor It. Allen Myers & Co
FOR SALE One heavy single express
wagon, tine condition: one set single har
ness, two sets double harness, two buggies,
one farm wagon, one wagon scale. Apply
to Mrs. Klugger, 502 Fortieth street.
FOd HALE at a great bargain if taken at
once, a cash register, fixtures, linoleum snd
bow cases Everything needed o fix up a
store. At the Greater New York Lan
bank 320 Twentieth street, or ulephone 6723,
FOR S ALE A gxd family mare 8 years old,
weight 1.290 pounds, color", bay. Price H5.
Can be een on Market square between the
hours of 10 and 12 am and 2 and 4 p. m
Call at Wi Ham Stock-ham's harneas shop on
SEE WILLIAMSON for storage. Money
loaned on household goods, H16 second ave
nue. FIRST CLASS BOARDING At 1405 Fourth
avenue. Location central, bouse modern,
rooois newly furnished, a f w more laaies
and gentlemen can arrange for table board
by applying at abovo number.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and exchanges
all kinds of Second hand goods, will pay
more than any other dealer ard sells
cheaper All kinds of stove repairing and
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 1515
Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
IF YOTJ WANT To buy. Bell, trade or rent
anything, engage help or secure a situation,
tbe Mail is tbe one pper la Moilne that can
do It Cor yo i. Mail wants are popular and
Mall wants bring results One-half cent per
word is the p-lce to all alike, cash In ad
vance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening and
bunday Mail. Mollne, I1L
DO YOY WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
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valuable Information along lines that will
ansure yon success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of dally pa
pers that pay. We also start responsible
Sorties la tbe mall order and agency supply
uslneas Lord Carver. Racine. Wis.
MISS GODWIN Who nursed typhoid fever
in Rock Island last winter, is home from
California and ready for work in tbe sick
room again and can be found at 725 East
Thirteenth street, Davenport, Iowa.
THE RESIDENCE of Mrs. Flora Stanley Is
being anxiously sought by her husband. S.
E. Stanley, whose present address is the
Commercial house, eitj; . .