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THE AHGTTS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 20, 1901.
Pale Weak, Run-doivn Ovorvorfced Women
half pick, nervous, tired out with household and maternal cares, constipated,
liver torpid, with blotched, muddy, sallow complexions, Mood thin, and
impure, need building up and a thorough renovation of their system. This
ia the time you need such a great nerve and stomach builder as
the great tonic laxative. It gently moves the bowels and thus removes the
cause, aud acts directly upon the liver ami kidneys, keeping them active and
strong, while its marvellous tonic properties clears the complexion, stimulates
the liver, fjuickens the circulation, increases the flesh, brightens the eye; the
, nervousness speedily disappears, and the entire system recuperates and tones
vp to condition of jK'rfect aud permanent health.
Laxakaln. the great tonic laxative, is not only the moat efficient of family remedies, but the most
economical, because u : combine two medicines, vix : laxative and tonic, and at one price. No other
rrmedv enres so much for the money At druKeists, c. and Joe., or free sample of THE LAX A KOLA
CO., 131 Nassau Street, N. V., or 356 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Oive the children Laxakola. It is absolutely safe, being purely vegetable,
containing nothing of a harmful character. It builds the little ones up instead
of debilitating them. It reaches ererr orgia, cleanses and strengthens the liver
and kidnrvs, purines th-! blood and makes them beany and stronc. It tastes
cood. IT ChiUlre like it and ufc or it.
v PLACE 5c CO.,
318 Seventeenth. Street.
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J'ew York, Chicago,
Washington, St. Louis.
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W. J. L YSCII. V. J. DKFPE.
Gen 'I Pass, end AtU O P.
Tkt. Alt. T. A.
Btatt of Winds I
Rook lalncd County. m
la tbe Circuit Court at the January term. A,
Mira Uenber. eomp'ainaet. vs Daniel Hayes
. ana Alice wsrneia iisjes, aeieoasuis
To thn above named Daniel Hayes and Alice
Warfleld Hsves nod eich of tbem:
Affidavit of your non resldeno and of the
Don residence of each ft you halng been
filed in tbe above entitled eauo la the offlte
of toe uo'erslgoe't clerk of tbe circuit court
of tbe county of Knee Inland ana at ate I
Illinois, you are hereby notified that tbe
above named complainant baa Clad in said
court ber bij of complaint airalnst vou on
the chancery aide of ld court: That a
summon in chancery baa been Issued In said
eauae atrcinst vou. returnable to tbe January
term A i . ii02. of aald court, to be begun
aed bnldeu in tba court bouse in tbe city of
Koek Umd. In said county. In ape state of
Illlnvln. on tbe first Monday of January. A.
D.. Ittut. at which time and place you will
appearand plead, answer or demur to said
bill of complain as you mav see Dt.
Dated at Bock Island Illinois, this 28 ih day
of October, A.. JX, loi.
O BO BOS W. GiMBT.S,
Clek of aald Circuit Court.
BwmiT Jk Walk, Complainant' Sellcl-tors
Katie of Fwbllcatiasi Ctiaaesxry.
8 tate of Illinois, I
Count t of Bock Island. J
Ia tbe Clreult Court. In Chancery.
Hulda Strand ts. Charles Strand.
Affidavit of non-Teaidenoe of tbe defend
ant, Charles Stra d, haln been filed In tbe
clerk's once of tbe circuit court of tbe said
county, notice is therefore hereby Riven to
the aald non-resident defendant that tbe
complainant filed ber bill of complaint In said
court, on tbe ehanoery aide thereof, oo tbe
23d day of June. 1UC0. and that thereuooo a
summons issued out of said court wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable 00 tbe third
Monday in the monib of Ben ember thereafter
as ia by law required, and then on tbe I'Jtb day
of November, ifcOl. an alias summons was alsj
issued out of aaid co-rt returnable on ih flrat
Monday of January next.
Now unless you. tne said non-resident defen
dant above named, Charles Strand, shall
personally be and appear before tbe
said circuit court on tbe first day
of tbe next term thereof, to be h olden
at Rock Island in and for said county on tbe
first Monday in January next, and plead, an
swer or demur to tbe said complaisant a bill
of complaint, tbe same stad tbe matters and
thing's therein etaarf ed and stated will oe
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
' aalnst yo aceordlna' to tbe prayer of aald
bill. G so bo a W. Gams ua. Clreult Ctera. .
Kok Island, CL
E. h Guyer. Complainant s Solicitor.
Come and see my immense
stock of goods and get my prices
before buying elsewhere.
220 Market Square, Rock Island.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
i . .v mi t . j
It 2- Tl-?M
Cook's Out AgaJn.
Do vou want an article
which will burn? Try
for ciok stoves and vou
will le pleased.
E. B. McKown,
Fifteenth street and First Avenue.
Sweeney &W!ker. Attorneys.
State of Illinois. i
Bock Island County, I
In tbe Circuit Court. In chancery:
The Black Hawk Homestead Bulldteg, Loan
and baring Association vs. boderiok St
Clair and Bernard ttinck. Foreclosure. Gen
erai rs o.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered in tbe above
entitled cause, on tbe sixteenth day of
October. A. IX 1901. I shall, oa Saturday, the
Thirtieth day of Novemoer, A. D., lwOt, at
tbe hour of two o'clock In tbe after
noon, at tbe Eat door of tbe Court
House, in the city or Kock Island, in
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy said
decree, sell at public 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 is umber Sixteen (16) in that part of tbe
CU of Hock Island known as and called Ellen
Roche s Addition in the County of Kock Island
and State of Illinois.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this first day
01 itovemDer, a. u.
Elwir E. Paihhtik.
Mater In Chancer v. Bock Island Countv. 111.
Swiiiit A Walk bb. Complainant's Solicit
Cbaneery Votles. .
S tate of Illinois. I
Rocs Island County. )
la tbe circuit court, to the January term, A.
U I'M 1 Divorce
Milton W. Revnolda. complainant; Sarsh E.
To (be snore named non-resident defend
ant. Sarsh E Reynolds
ASdavtt of vour non-residence bavins been
died In the office of said circuit court, notice la
hereby given to you, that the above named com
plainant nas rued la said court bis bill of com-1
plaint aalustyou on tbe chancery aide of said
court; tnat a summons In cbaneery has been
issued in said cause against you, returnable to
the next term of said court, to be begun and
ho.den at tbe court houae in tbe elt of Bock
Island In said county on tbe first Monday in
January, A IA 112 at which time and place
you will appear snd p'ead. answer or demur
to said bill of con, plaint if vou aee fit.
Dated at Rock island. Illinois, this 13th day
of November, A. D. 1901.
UaOBGB W. OAJfBXB,
Clerk of tbe circuit court- la and for Rock
island County, Illinois.
8 weeney A Walker,
CBta'.e of Mary Coyne, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having seen a cool n ted
executor of tbe last win and testament of
Msry Coyne, late of the county of Rock
istano, state oi xxunois, deceased. Hereby
gives notice that be will appear before
tbe county court of Rock Island countv. at
the countv court room, in the oitv of Rock Isl
and, at tbe January term on the first Mon
day in January next, at which Mme all ner-l
sons naving claims againm said estate are no-
tided and requested to attend, lor the purpose
of havln tbe same adjusted.
All persona indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to us
uated tnia Mtn cay or November, a. a. ism.
- GsoBoa WVMcCASkJUsT, Executor, i
ALL IN OPINIONS
Thos Possessed by Men Who
Are urawn on the List
COMES UP IS THE BOBTITE CASE
Judge Gives a Liberal Ruling, aud
Uerensc Challenges Both Hal
ing and Juror.
Washington, Nov. 20. The trial of
Mrs. Lola Ida Bonine, ou indictment
for the murder of the young census
clerk. James Seymour Ayres, Jr., In
the latter' h room at the Ken more ho
tel. In this city last May, began yester
day before Justice Anderson la crirni
nal court No. 1. The case was set for
10 a. in., but It was several minutes
afterward lefore either the judge or
the prisoner appeared In the court
room. At the first session the court
room, even though of limited capacity,
wus by no means crowded. Bonine and
aud Mr. Meachaui, husband and sis
ter of the "accused, were early occu
pants of the seats reserved for Mrs,
Uonlne's especial friends, as were the
five attorneys engaged for the defense
Iefeudant Makes Her Appearance.
At ten minutes past 10 Mrs. Bonine
appeared In the court room, accom
panled by the veteran guard, James W.
hpringman. She walked In so quietly
that her entrance was scarcely noted
and took a seat beside her husband
just back of her counsel and in front
of her sister. She smiled as she greet
ed her sister, and the latter placed her
arms gently about her as she sank Into
her seat. After the preliminaries of
calling the names of witnesses and of
jurors were disposed of. Mrs. Jionine
was asiteu to stnnu anu pieaa to tiie in
dlctment. the listened calmly to the
reading of the document and wben it
was concluded, pleaded "not guilty" In
low but distinct tones.
Many Jurors Have Opinions.
After a brief statement of the case
by Judge Anderson, tbe examination
of jurors was begun, and when the
court at l'J:.V) adjourned for the day
the panel was exhausted. There were
twenty-six members of the panel, and
of these fourteen were excused, leav
lug twelve in the box. Of the four
teen jurors who were excused, three
were relieved by the courtonacocuntof
111 health, seven upon challenge by the
defense, and four upon challenge by
the district attorney. All of the gov
ernment's challenges were made be
cause of ptPtements on the part of the
witnesses that they had conscientious
scruples against capital punishment.
Most of the challenges on lehalf of the
prisoner were on account of statements
made by the jurors that they had
formed opinions in the case. In four
or five Instances they stated that their
views could, not be changed by new
Contention Ftelween Counsel.
The tirst contention between oppos
ing counsel arose in connection with
the calling of n Juror named Smith, a
colored man. and an undertaker, lie
stated that he had formed an opinion
In the case, bv.t that It was not so firm
ly fixed that it could not be modified
by new testimony. Douglass, of Mrs.
Bonine's counsel, challenged- "for
cause. District Attorney tiouiu an
tagonized the challenge, and Douglass
addressed the court, pleading for a lib
eral construction of the law, because
of the Imnortance of the case. The
challenge, however, was overruled
Douglass noted an exception, the first
of the trial, and then persmptorily
challenged the Juror, who was excused.
The court adiourned early for the day,
CONTRABAND FOR .THE BOERS.
tietting Ready to Sail Rlg-nt Under the
Dritiuli Lion's I'aw.
Ixndon. Nov. 20. The government
h:is caused the detention of a British
steamer which was fitting out. osten
sibly for a pleasure cruise, at Victoria
docks, on the ground the vessel was
laden with contraband of war destined
for the Boers. A searchlight fixed to
the steamer's mast brought her under
suspicion. It is said that tbe subse
quent t-earch disclosed four field guns,
quantities of raw material for tbe
manufacture of powder, and that the
vessel was fitted wp Inside to accom
modate from SOO to (V00 men. The cap
tain of the steamer says his Instruc
tions from his employers directed him
to call at Famburg after leaving the
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 Eale
by all druggists.
KID-NE-OIDS CURED HIS SUFFER
TTava hoon afflicted with kldnev and
for the nast three
years; being chronic from the start.
was la much pain and lorced to stop
work. For the past four months I
have faithfully tried several of the so
called "guarantee cures" but without
any benefit. I finally concluded to try
Kid-Ne-0id3 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 taoiets, oc Try menu
T. H. THOMAS. Leading Druggist.
Reliable and Gentle.
There are pills and pills. You want
a pill which is certain, thorough and
gentle. Musn't gripe. De Witte's
Little Early Kisers fill the bill. Purely
vegetable. Do not force but assist
the ltowels. B. H. Bieber and Harts
WELL A WEATHER PROPHET:
There is said "to be a remarkable
well on the farm of J. G. Derrickson,
located about two miles west of
Orion, which presents an unexpected
phenomenon. In short the well is a
weather prophet and predicts a
storm, esjwcially u wind storm, with
a degree of accuracy that wonld
make Bro. Ilieks wildly jealous if he
knew of it.'
The well is 97 feet in depth and was
sunk about six years ago. While the
workmen were drilling in the bottom
of the well the augur suddenly drop
ped three feet, and instantly the wa
ter rushed In ana nueci me well up
to a height of sixty feet, or nearly
two-thirds of the way to the surface
There it has remained, and no mat
ter how much water is pumped out,
the depth of water is not materially
The jH-culiarity of the well, how
ever, is ns intimaieu, us auinty to
foretell storms. For some time prior
to a storm, especially a wind storm.
the water of the well, usually per
fectly clear and of excellent quality,
becomes muddy to such an extent
that the stock will refuse absolutely
to touch it. In view of the fact that
the nearest body of water is the
Hock river, which is about nine miles
distant, and the Mississippi river,
distant about fifteen miles, the rea
son for the phenomenon is apparent
lurk in tne Civil service.
Washington, Nov. 20. President
Roosevelt has Issued an order amend
ing the civil service regulations bo as
to return to the civil service a number
of civilian places In the Avar depart
ment excepted by executive order May
20. ISirO. Yesterday's order is at the
request of Secretary Root, and it af
fects about l.fiOO men In the depart
ments of the quartermaster, engineer
and engineer at large and the medical
All the Citizens Shot WIUI,
New York. Nov. 20. The postoffice
nt Englishtown, N. J., was entered by
three burglars Monday night afid a
quantity of postage stamps stolen. As
tbe burglass were leaving with their
booty they were met by a party of citl
y.ens who called on them to halt. The
thieves tied, followed by a volley from
the citizens. All the shots went wild.
however, and the robbers got away In
the direction of Jamestown.
Sulltltury on tbe Pro-liners.
London, Nov. 20. In a letter con
veying an expression of thanks for a
vote of confidence In the policy of the
government Lord Salisbury makes the
following characteristic remark regard
ing pro-Boers in Great Britain: "We
need such encouragement, for England
is. I believe, the only country in which
during a great war eminent men write
and speak publicly as if they belonged
to the enemy."
Chicago Grain avaul Produce.
-Chicago, Nov. 19.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today
December ... .71 .71 .71V .71
May 75', .7SVs .74 T .75 Va
December ... .59 .59 .59V .59
May 62Vs -2s .62 .62?8
November ... .S9Vi .397i .39i -39Ti
December ... .39V4 .39 .39Vs .39T
May 40V .41Vs .OVs .41Vs
January 15.12V 15.40 15.10 14.40
May 15.35 15.70 13.35 15.70
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
ZZc per ID; extra dairy. 20c: fresh pack
ing: st ock, 13c. Eggs Fresh mock, zsvfcc
rrr dos. Dressed Poultry Turkeys,
dry picked. 10c; chickens, scalded hens.
6V37c; springs, 7V48c: ducks, 910c;
sreese. 89c Apples Fair to choice.
$3.00&6.00 per brl. Potatoes 72B82c per
bu. Cranberries Cape Cod, I7.O07.05
per brl; bell and bugle, 17.50.
Chicago LI to Stock.
Chicago, Nov. 19.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
45.000; sales ranged at $4.0005.10 for
pirs. I5.05gf5.60 tor llrht. J5.40M5.65 for
rough packing, 15. 3025.85 for mixed.
and S5.60O5.90 for heavy packing and
shipping lots; bulk of the sales at 85.45
Cattle Estimated receipts for tne
day, 6,500; quotations ranged at 87.25
for fancy holiday beeves, JS.156.90 for
choice to extra steers, J5.556.10 for
good to cho'- do.. $4.9005.60 for fair to
good do.. It. 154.70 common to medium
do., $3.9004.60 for butchers' steers. $4.60
6.50 fed western steers. $2.104.SO
ntockers and feeders. 1.254.60 cows.
$2.254.75 heifers. $2.60(34.60 bulls and
oxen. ,l.wfii.25 stags, 3.i'UW.Z3 iexas
steers. $S.75O5.40 grass western steers,
and $4.5006.40 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for tbe dav. 16.000; Quotations ranged
at $2.603.S0 westerns. $2.904.00 nt-
Ives. $3 0004.65 western lambs, and
$2.7504.70 native Iambs.
East Bufla.1 LI Stock.
East Buffalo, N. T.. Nov. 19.
Dunning &. Stevens, Live Stock Com
mission Merchants East Buffalo, N. Y..
quote as follows: Cattle Receipts. 10
ars; market full steadv; veals lower.
light to choice, $4.007.00. Hogs Re
ceipts, 46 cars: heavy. $5.8505.90; mixed
packers, a. u5.80; good weight lork-
ers. jo.bUQjo.6j; light do... o. 405. 50:
pigs. $5.60 generally: roughs. $5.0005.30;
tags, $4.0004.25. Sheep and Lambs-
Receipts, 54 cars; market dull; bulk
good lambs. $4.5504.45; few choice. $4.60:
culls to fair. $3.2504.25; sheep steady:
top mixed. $3.2503.60; culls to fair. $1.60
03.15; wethers and yearlings, $3.(00
7o: Canada lambs. $4.40 04.50;
Corn New, 60c
Hay Timothy, $14; prairie, 113.
Coal 43 per ton.
nutter Choice to fair. 19c: fresh creamery.
E firs sue.
Hen.s c per pound.
Spring chickens 6 rer pound.
Turkeys 8c per pound.
Ducks 7c per pound.
Cattle Butchers oar for corn fed steers
4VtcffSc; cows and heifers, !Hc04c; calves,
fofrc , . .
Sheep 4VSC03C j
Spring Lambs 2.504 a head. !
CHANGE OF LIFE.
Some Sensible Advice to
men by Mrs. E. Sailer.
Deab Mbs. Ptnkhau: When I
rassed through what is known as
change of life,' I had two years' suf
fering, sudden heat, and as quick
chills would pass over me ; my appetite
was variable and I never could tell for
President German Relief Association,
Los Angeles, Cal.
a day at a time how I would feel the
next day. Five bottles of L-ydla 13.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
changed all that, my days became days
of health, and I have enjoyed every day
since now six years.
" We have used considerable of your
vegetable Compound in our charitable
work, as we find that to restore a poor
mother to health so she can support her
self and those dependent upon her, if
such there be, is truer charity than to
give other aid. lou nave my hearty
endorsement, for you have proven
yourself a true friend to suffering wo
men. MRS. I'i. OAII.EB, 756f 11111 Kt.
Los Angeles, Cal. $S000forfttt ifalxut-
Xlmoniai it sot gtnuia:
Jio other person can give such
helpful advice to. women who
are sick as can Mrs. Plnkham,
for no other has had such great
experience her address Is Lynn,
Mass., and her advice free If
you are sick write hex you are
foolish if you don't.
Quality and make.
McCoy & Co., N. Y.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
1706 Second Avenne.
WINTER TOURIST TICKETS
The Southern Railway
now on sale.
In making your arrangements
to go to
Call on or write
GEO. B. ALLEN, A. G.
St. Louis, Mo.,
J. S. M'CULLOUGH, N
225 Dearborn street,
and they will furnish
literature and give any
CfranaM and beautifies Um hair.
Prataota. a luxuri art growth.
Never Falls to Beatora Orn
Hair to Its Toothful Color. I
PnTtnta Oaadruft and hairtaUiiiai
fry, aod 1 1 w at Prnxrlata. .
Omaha iook a I'ay on.
. Omaha. Nov. 20. The breaking of
ground for the new auditorium was
celebrated with no little ceremony
Monday. The city offices eloped up
business for the occasion and Gover
nor Savnjre wa present and delivered
an address. President Sanborn pre
luded. Governor Savage. Mayor
Moores and Hon. W illiam F. Gurley
made addresses of cofijrratulatlon, and
the ceremony closed with the loading
o? the first wagon of dirt by the audi
KId-Ne-Oids have robbed kidney
trouble of its danger and Buttering
Try them; they are guaranteed.
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist
UBS. K. SAILER,
1LJT -a -l 9 "i 7
iiAiclIlc&II :S VIUIUI ... Leathers
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTEIKA eirl for general housework at
loiift second avenue. x
WANTED A pirl for second cook at Kirk'
man's restaurant, 31 10 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A first-class jrlrl for general
housework. Best wages. Apply at 807
WASTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A janitor, single man.
"W. 2S" Argus.
WANTED Collector and salesman. Inquire
Singer omce. loiy second avenue, M. Mc
WANTED At once, three young men of good
aciaress. call over iio second avenue.
Home Cooperative Co.
WANTED Six carpenters at once. Union
scale of wages. Inquire at J. and M. Ko-
senheld's, lkI6 Second avenue.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Aciaress (uater
on ana implement company, Cleveland
WANTED District and local representa
tives. Popular plan. Not insurance. Some
thing better. Ground floor. Good pay. Per
manent. 43 Franklin Bldg., Springfield, III.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell
money makmir snecialtv to the erocerv
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company. Decatur,
111. None but first-class men who can give
uonu iieeu apply.
WANTED Turning lathe, pig saw and small
printing press for use at the industrial fair.
inquire of J. W. Cavanaugh.
WANTED Boarders, with or without rooms
in first-class location. Best table board
Telephone 1399. Residence 1229 Second ave
WANTED Agents, either ladies or trentle-
men. to canvass in Rock Island or else
where. Can make J0 per week. Call from
3 to 0 p. m. at 41U Fifteenth street.
WANTED 1 .0i0 people who are in need of
ready money to call at the Greater New
York Loan Bank. !M) Twentieth street.
Phone 5723 brown. All unredeemed pledges
at nan price.
WANTED An established wholesale house
recently incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
Drancn nouse. saiarv iimi per montn. ex
penses and commission. Must invest (1.000
in capital stock of company, on which divl
dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED-In each countv a person of in
tegrity and good standing to represent and
advertise well established business house
of solid financial standing. SalarvilSweek
lv and expenses, pavable weekly in cash
direct from head offices. Horse and car
riage furnished when necessary. Cash ad
vanced for expenses. References. Enclose
self-addressed stam ped envelope. Standard
iiouse, m uaxton .ttuuaing, cmcago.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED To rent a house of seven or
eight rooms between Seventeenth and
Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address -u, Argus.
WANTED Dress making to do at home,
Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reason'
able. No. 721 Twelfth street.
SEE WILLIAMSON for storage.
loaned on household goods, loia
J. p. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second nana goods.
will nit mot-, than any other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning aone aiso. j. r. wimamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4tW4.
IF YOU WANT to buy. Bell, trade or rent
anything, engage helpor secure a situation
the Man Is the one paper in inoiine mat can
do it for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wants oring results, une-nau cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mail. Moiine, ill.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
oerlence places us in a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of daily papers
that pay. We also start responsible par
ties in the man order ana agency supply
business. Lord & Carver, Racine, Wis.
FIRST-CLASS BOARDING At 1405 Fourth
avenue. Location central, house modern,
rooms newly furnished. A few more rooms
with board can be had by applying at above
MISS DENTON Palmist. 184 West Third
street, Davenport. Gives advice on busi
ness, love, marriage, sickness and health.
Also gives the best time for lawsuit, busi
ness ventures, etc. Hours, 10 to noon, 2 to
5 and 7:30 to p. m. .
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctly. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to 10 p. m. 705 Fourth avenue.
MEDIUM AND PALMIST Gives full name
of all callers, etc. Free tests to all persons
calling. Lovers or any in trouble, what
ever tne nature of the same may be, will
nnd instant help. Your entire life read
like an open book. If you worry, go to the
medium of mediums, permanently located
at 1623 Third avenue. Rock Island, 111. See
sign. "Free Tests to All." Hoars from 9
a. m. to 9 p. m.
MADAM BOS WELL Mysteries of the band.
Your nana noias tne secret oi your lire;
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,
making changes or in marital or domestic
complications, she can help you by point
ing the right way. Palmistry is a science,
and the person who understands It can in
fluence others to avoid obstacles, avert
evils and conquer enemies. She is at her
Earlors at 1324 Fourth avenue, next to
wedtsh Lutheran church
THE RESIDENCE of Mrs. Flora Stanley is
Tetng anxiously sougnt by her husband. S.
E. Stanley, whose present address Is the
Commercial bouse, city, - ,
u. '- In three
This cut represents one of Hanan's
most popular styles .. It has the
Hanan character in every line,
plain and neat .. A shoe for the
business or professional man .. In
Velour, Calf Enamel and Chrome
Opposite 'Harper House.
FOR RENT -ROOMS.
FOR RENT Nicelv furnished
rooms at 1804 Third avenue.
FOR RENT One room, all modern conven
iences, at 217 Fifteenth street.
Two rooms on ground floor.
Apply at 1030 Seventh street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room
with heat and bath at 1116 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A neatly furnished room with
furnace heat, electric light and bath privi
leges at 273t; Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room
with all modern conveniences. Suitable
for one or two persons. 1517 Seventh ave
nue. FOR RENT Rooms for housekeeping, suita
ble for small family. Plenty of cistern
and well water. Apply at 3200 Tenth ave
nue. FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 8-room house. 728 Fifteenth
street. Inquire at 1623 Second avenue. ,
FOR RENT Five
nice rooms above 3815
avenue. Inquire down
FOR RENT S. S. Hull has several bouses for
rent from 10 to o0. Call at room 16, Mit
chell & Lynde building.
FOR RENT Suit of four rooms for young
couple; on ground floor, city water and
sewer, at 2733 Sixth avenue.
FOR RFNT A 6-room cottage located at 543
Nineteenth street: vacant after Dec. 1. In
quire at H Twentieth street.
FOR RENT New 8-room house with all mod
ern improvements, good location, rent
cheap if taken soon. Gordon and Bowman.
FOR RENT House of six rooms with mod
ern conveniences at 529 Eleventh street.
Inquire of J. D. Beecher, 800 Seventeenth
FOR RENT A modern flat on Fourth ave
nue between-Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets. Inquire at the American laundry.
501 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Modern 8-room house at 709
Twenty-second street. Bath, gas and fur
nace. Will lease for six months. Keys at
ottlce of Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT A store with flat above on Sec
ond avenue for $35 a month. Newly pa
pered and wired by electricity. For the
keys apply to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT Six-room house, just completed.
All modern conveniences. Hot and cold
water, heat and light. Located 1117 Nine
teenth street. Apply T. E. Vietch, Harper
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 PROPERTY.
FOR SALE A choice 10-acre fruit farm for
sale in South Rock Island. Finely im
proved. See Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE A complete bookkeeping schol-
arsnip wun tne international correspond
eace schools. Will sell at less than cost at
club rate. Cash or monthly payments.
Address "A 23," Argus office.
FOR SALE Store, with dwelling, in good
location anu aoing gooa Dusinessf i.suu: wiin
goods, consisting of dry goods, notions and
candies about il.600. Also several good
houses on Third avenue from fl.OOO up
wards. Inquire at 1110 Third avenue.
FOR SALE One of the best stock or dairv
farms in Bowling township, containing 80
acres, about 60 in pasture, balance under
cultivation. Good house and other build
ings. Well watered. Price 40 per acre.
Terms easy. John Stahlnecker, Milan. 111.
FOB SALE Lots in McEniry's addition by
t j. tiurns. room iz, uitcneii s. Lynae
building. These lots are on Sixth avenue,
between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street car lines. Terms to suit purchaser.
FOR SALE A new well built cottage home
on r iiteentn street near -rweirtn avenue.
Faces east on the new park, five rooms
downstairs and three more can be finished
upstairs, attic floored, nice full length cel
lar, city water and sewer, barn, welt 4-inch
siding. Price is very reasonable, just what
the house cost. Apply to Goldsmith & Mc
Kee. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Bed room suite and other
household articles at 2203 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE A first-class saloon in Davenport.
cneap li taken at once. Eastman, Godfrey
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
otner lines ot ousmess. Eastman H Co.,
171454 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A flrst-class second-hand bouse
heating boiler, self-feeding. Can be used
for steam or hot water heat. A bargain to
parties having- use for it. Allen, Myers &
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.
LOST Friday evening out of a bundle of
washing, a plain red wrapper. Finder
please return to 2613 Fourth avenue and be
LOST A package of dry goods between Ninth
ana zsevemeentn streets on bevenin ave
nue. Finder return to S. Gellerman, 617
Ninth street, and be rewarded.
FOUND A 32-calibre revolver on Eighteenth
avenue near Tmnytiecotia street, owner
can have same by calling on John Ham
mer. Thirty-eighth street. South Rock
MISS GODWIN Who nursed typhoid fever
in kock xsianu last wiiiicr, is nome irom
California and ready for work In the sick
room again and can be found at 725 East
Thirteenth street, Davenport, Iowa.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also cnoice property for
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, ap stairs. ,
WANTED To loan money on diamonds.
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical In
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
Tbe above goods for sale at half the usual
store orices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
" location, 1623 Second avenue. Don't lorget
it. J.W.Jones. Two rings on 1347.