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Our new line of ladies and gents fine shoes from $2..10 to $3 a
jiair are now in. and customers will find the line more inter
estln than ever.
All the newest lasts, all the newest patterns and all the
l.-itest idea. Kvery shoe in the line is the picture of what a
correet fittinfr. proper looking' shoe for ladies and gents
t-hotilil lie. Our sc hool shoes are the best wearing shoes that
leather and workmanship can niakj.
I Am Ready For Yovi
If you want your clot lies cleaned and pressed and your
shoes shined every day, for the nominal sum of $1 per
month. There is one place in town to go, and that is
THE NEW PANITORIUM CLUB
We are ready for business,
week davs ami from 0 a. in.
CLOTHES CALLED FOK AND DEL1VEKED
ED. DUBINSKY, Prop.
Telephone (Ireeu 373. 1009 Second Avenue, Opp. Spencer Square
Pub Watlen Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County. I
In the Circuit Court. January ttrm A D
Home Building and Loan Association of Book
1 lid. a eotp-rtion. vs. wary Jane Murray
and William II Murray In chancery. Gen
eral nunner 4'0l. BUI to foreclose mort
gage. Affidavit of non-re!denec of the ildMn
Jane Murray ana Wllilim H Murray defend
ant, caving twen tll lathe office of me
Clerk of the Circuit Court of said CountT.
notice I tuerefore her-by given t the said
non-resident defendant that the complainant
filed Ita bl of complaint in aa'd court on the
chapceiy sl5e th reof. on tfce2th day of Le
cfuhtr. li aodtbtt tbrrcipon a aurrmora
iaaued out of aa'd Coutt. wherein said an It 1
no pending, returnab e on the tlrat Mon
d la: the month of January thereafter,
and a urv ns on the 1st dy c f A pri. A. U .
1I. an alias ktimmons lsuei out of d court
who-In id suit Is now pending, returnable on
tbelirt M nda In the month .f May tr-eref-ter.
and that theraT'er to-ait:on the i:itbda
of Aui(u-t. A.D.I. 01. an a'laa sum nora Ifcaued
out of saldcouit wheceln naidiu iimuw need
ing, reiuroatle on the third M 'tair lu toe
mortb of St-ptember thereafter, and after
wards oa the 2rtth day olNortml)- r. I .10a',
an aJiaa aumn-ona lawued out of t-aia ccurt
brrrin lduit in now pencioir. returnable on
the tlrat Monday ii Ja uary. A. D.. I ML ntit as
la by law rrqul-d Now. UDless you. the said
Don-rr. 'dent d' fecdarts abo'e named. Mary
Jane Murray and William II. Morray. ahali
person -I y be and appe- before aa d circuit
court 'n the trt day of the next term llier
o'. n be holdeo at Rock Island in ana for
rh-ts!d county, on the tint Monday of Janu
ary. A. It.. IWi. next, and plrad. answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the aarne and the mrtcra and
tcioiia ibrei charged and ataied will be
taken a confess-a and decree en cred
avalnat you. according to the prayer of said
Di Gaot W.oahu. Cm
Kwh- Inland. TIL. November 27. A. D. I90I.
JicuwaallcusT. Coxpiiont's Solicitors.
- r Crianoery Notice.
State of minola I
Rock Island County. I
la the Clroult Court at the January term, A.
Mlra Hershey. eornp'alna't, vs Darlel Hayes
and Alice Wartleld Hayes, defendants
To tbn alKire named Daniel Hayes and Alice
Wartleld Hayes and each of them:
AlOdarlt of your non residence acd of the
non resiance of each rf you balng been
Bled in the above entitled cue in the omre
of the undersigoel clerk of the circuit court
of the county of K"C Island and state of
Illinois, you are hereby noiiDed that the
above naced complainant has Med in said
court her oiil of ompialnt against ynu on
the chancery aide of said court: That a
summons In chancery haa been Lssued In said
cause against you. returnable to the Jaoua-y
term A l.iS02.of ssid court, to be begun
acd holden in th court bouse In he city of
Kock I-Jand, in said county. In Me stste of
Illinois, on the first Monday of January, A.
!.. 1W02. at which time and place you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to said
bill of complaint as you mat see tit.
Dated at liock Island Illinois, this 23th day
of October, A. D., 1001.
Gkorqe W. Gambi.b.
Clerk of aald Circuit Court.
Swu.tiT & WiutiB, Complainant's Solici
tors Itoclc of fotllcatlon Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
Rook Island County, f
In the Circuit court of said County, to the
January term. A. U 1902 In chancery.
Hock Inland Mutual Building. Loan & Savings
association vs. John E W iliiams, Anna it
Affidavit of non-residence of the above de
fendants. Jobn K. Williams and Anna K. Wil
liams, having been filed in the clerk's offlce
of the circuit court of the said county,
notice is therefore hereby given to the said
1 on-resident defendants that the complainant
filed ita bill of complaint in said court on
the chancery side thereof, on the twentieth
day 01 November, 1901, and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court wherein
said suit is now pending, returnable on the
tlrst Monday In the month of January next, as
Is by law required. Now, unless you. the
said non-resident defendants above named,
John Williams and Anna K. Williams, shaU
personally be and appear before the aatd cir
cuit court, on the urst day of the nexvterm
thereof, to be bo'den at tiook Island. in and for
the said conn ty, on the Urst Monday la January
next, acd plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein charged
and stated, will be taken as confessed and a
decree entered against you aooordlcg to the
prayer of said bill.
Geobgk W. Gamblb. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Tsland, Illinois, November 20. tool.
Fdwaru H. GcTcit, Complainants' Solicitor
Chancery Notice. t
State of Illinois, (
Rock Island County, f m
la the eircuit court, to the January term, A.
U. 190i Divorce.
Milton W. Reynolds, complainant; Sarah E.
To the above named non-resident defend
ant. Sarah K Reynolda
Affidavit of your non-residence having been
filed in the offlce of said circuit court, notice is
hereby given to yoo, that the above named com
plainant haa Hied la said court his bill of com
' plaint against yon on the chancery side of said
court: that a summons in chancery has been
issued in said cause agslnst you, returnable to
the next term of said court, to be begun and
holden at the court bou.e In the cltv of Bock
Lsland in said county on tbe brat Monday In
January, A D. at which time and place
you will appear and plead, answer or demur
to said bill of complaint if you see fit
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this 13th day
of November, A. D. 1101.
GaOBOB W. GAJfBLB,
Clerk of the circuit court la and for Rock
Island county, Illinois.
S wemev & Walker,
Come and see my immense
rtock of goods and get my prices
before baying elsewhere.
ZM Market Square, Bock Island.
from 8 a
, to 8 . in. on
in. on Sunday.
to 2:::o p,
URTIS OPERA HOUSE.
Thursday, Dec. 12.
will present as its annual
event the eminent English
.Sir Robert Ball
now making a brief Ant
eriran tour under the Ii
reetioti of .lames I. I'ond,
.New York, in his newest
and most absiorbinjr lec
ture 011 astronomy.
Uieltly illust rated " tIth'
st ereoptifon iews of the
wontlers in' the skies.
0Miinr at S . 111.
eetlin the lecture,
J'rof. C. V. Tonnig-es.
V. A. I'aarman ...
Mrs. Alice Dutton
The program has been
selected with care for ar
tistic excellence and popu
SEATS ON SALE
at Bleuer's. IJock Island,
Saturday, Dec. 7, at 8 a.
m., at reg-ular house
priees, 7jc, 50c and 23c.
Matinee and Night :00 p. m.. 8:15 p. m.
Friday, Dec. 6.
GEORGE P. STETSON'S
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The Uarnum of them all. Under the man
aeement of Mr. Kibble.1 fx) men. women and
children. Double baud and orchextra. A
(Treat company. A great cant. Two Torwies.
Two Marks. Oriental quartet. African Man
dolin players. Saxaphone and Glockennpiel
players, double quartet, jubilee singing, buck
and wine dancers, shouters, etc., a pack of
genuine bloodhounds, new songs, new dances,
new music, everything new.
A Car Luad of Deantlful Scenery.
Cotton Picking. Home in the South. Eva's
Ascension, the tiramlest street Parade Ever
tiiven. Two UanUe, Massive Dogs, etc., a
sicht of a lifetime.
' Popular prices. Matinee, children 10c,
adolta 3nc Kvening. o. 3). mi. fkx-.
See our grand btreet parade.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Sunday, Dec. 8.
PRICES 10, 20 AND 80 CENTS.
Cen. Domingo Diaz Agrees
Surrender on the Terms
Made at Colon.
EOCAS DEL TOEO HOLDS A JOLLITY
Steamer Acnt Charged with Assist
Ing the ltrlelx Agrees to U are
oloti. roloinhl.i. Dee. 5. The Brit
l.sh cruiser Tribune, which sailed from
here Sunday with the British consul
t board, has returned to Colon from
Boca del Toro. lniiii news that the
latter town is in the hands of the jjov
erumeur. and mat its inhabitants are
Rally ceMiratlns: the recapture of Co
lcn. Captain Galloway, of the Trib
une, and Mr. Hudson, the British eou
Mil. have irone to Panama on a specia
ram to mate a eniHpiaint to tue gov
ernment of the alleged ill-treatment of
the Tribune's boatswain by Colombian
soldiers at Boons' del Toro. They claim
that no punishment was inflicted on
the offenders. The Tribune had a boat
load of a lined men readv to land in
case of necessity. The cruiser is ex
pet-ted to return to Boca del Toro itn
mediately. Bocas del Toro is a ban
ana town, where American. British
nnu otner foreign interests are su
preme, esiMM-lally the first mentioned
Diaz Agrees to Surrender.
I he Mace commission, composed of
h representative of prominent I.ilerals
of Panama, a representative of the Co
lombinn jrovernmtit. and General de la
Hosa. secretary of General Dominco
Diaz, which Marted for the interior to
obtain an interview with Generals
Diaz and Lugo and induce them to
give up the struggle and return to
Panama, returned to that city Tues
day. The commissioners saw Genera!
uiaz. who agrees to lay down lils arms
ami come to Panama tinder-the same
renditions which were agreed uon at
the time of the surreniler of Colon
Diaz is expected to arrive at the vil
lage of Havana immediately with such
followers as care to surrender.
Steamer Agent Will Emigrate.
Senor del Hio. acting agent of the
.ic i lie Mail Steamship company at
ana ma. who was arrested over a
month ago en the charge of complicity
In the doings of the Lilx-rals. anil with
being In jxissessioii of revolutionary
I'orerspoiideiu-e. has boon given the op
tion of standing trial or paying f l.liMI
and h avlng the country In fifteen days.
He has accepted the last alternative,
and is now free. General de la Kosa.
who surrendered Colon to the govern
ment forces, will. It Is report t'd. be ap
pointed a commissioner to go to Tu-
inaeo for the purtsjse of arranging an
exchange of prisoners.
Ciancr Nut lea.
George W. McCaskrin, Solictor.
State of Illinois. I
Bo 3k Island County, (
In tbe circuit court, to tbe January term.
. U IVUi. Divorce.
Diancba God complainant, va U'lbert Golf,
To me above named non resident defend
ant, fiuaert (iol.
a mdaU of vour noa-re'lience havins b'en
Bled in the offlce of tbe aald circuit, oouri. with
tbe circuit lerk, notice is hereby iven io
oa that he above named complainant has
led in saiu circuit court her bl 1 of cora-
laint against you. on ttas chancery aide there
f of nail clrcu't court, tnat a auromooa In
bancery ha been issued in said oau-e airalnat
oa, returaable o tbe next term of said clr-
uit court to be bisun acd toldea at toe oourt
ousa lo tbe eity of Kock Island in said county.
on the flst Monday in January. A. D IWU2, at
which tlxe and vlace'vou will appiar and
plea j. ans.er or demur to said blu of com
plslau if you see U"-.
uatsu at Kockisiana, lu nois. una atn aay
f December, A D. iim.
GEO RGB W G4MBLE.
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Rock
lsland county Illinois
OI'JBUI W. MOCiSKBIK.
State or Illinois, I
R-ck Island County, tB
In tbe Circuit Court. At the January term
. U 1902 In ohanoery. Bill for partition.
Jonas Baar and Louis Mosenfelder
nsle Montcomery, Charles Jack Montfom-
ery, Mary B. Mjntaomery, Edward li Swee
ney, Peter Stevens. D H Vle'.ba the un
known heirs or devisees rf Caiherioa
Marft-aretha Vieths. deceased: the un
known owner or owners of tbe southeast
uarter of the northwest quartt-r of the
northwest quaiter of section nunber four
township number seventeen, north f
ange number one, west of tbe 4th P.
containing 10 acres more or ies:
and being the south H of lot number fix.
said lot is known and designated upon
the assessor's plat of 1861; also eight
and H aores, mote or les. Including the road
the southwest quarter of the northeast
quarter or tbe n irtn west quarter of aald seo-
on number (our in township 17, n. K. one
west of tne 4th P. rn , known and designated
pon the plat as lot No. 6; also the northeast
uarter of tbe southwest quarter of tbe
northwest quarter of section number 4 in
township 17, N. R. one west of the 4th P M..
contain- ten acres, more or less, and desitf-
atea on assessors plat as lot numbe te :
also the orth four and 85-100 aores of tbe
northwest quarter of the aou'heatt quarter
of the northwest quarter of said section num
ber four in township 17, north range number
one west of tbe 4th P. M. Leiitia Wells, Ellen
B. Nou-se and the unknown heirs or devisees
of Ellen B. Nourse, deceased
To u. Ii Vieths the unknown heirs or de
visees of Cathe'tna Margaret.. a Vieth. de
ceased: the unknown owner or owners
of the southeast, quarter of the norm
west quarter of tbe northwest quarter
of section number four in tewn&hlp num
ber aeventeen north of range number
one west of the fourth 1 M.. containing 10
acres, more or less; and being the south half
of lot number biz, as said lot Ik known and
designated upon the assessor's plat of ls6l;
also clk'hi ari acres, more or less. Including
the road, la ibe soutewast iusrter of tbe
northea-t quar.er of tbe northwest quarter of
said seo'ion number four In townhlp 17, N
li. I went of the lb P.M.. known acd deMg
nated upon the plat as lot No. .S; also the
northeast quarter o l be south w eat q'larur of
the northwest quarter o said aectlon nurubr
four In township 17, H. H. on west of the 4th
P. M , containing ten acres, more or iess, aid
designated on assessor s plat as lot number
ten: also the north four and 86-ino acres of
the northwest quarter of the southeast quar
ter of the northwest quarter of said seotl, n
Dumber four In townsblp seventeen, north
range number one west of the th P. M.; Le
tlvla Well. Ellen It Nourse, the unkcown
heirs or devisees of kJlen H. Nourse, deceased;
Affidavit of your non-residence having been
filed In the offlce of the clerk of he circuit
oourt of said eounty, notice la hereby given
to you and each of you that tbe above named
complainants have tiled in said oourt their bill
of e,mplalnt against you on tbt chancery side
of said court, that a summons ia chancery
has brn Issued la said cauae against ou- te
turnable to tne next term of said court to be
besun and holden at the oo rt house tn the
elty of Bock Island, la said eounty, oa the first
Monday of January. A I I'JCrl. at wtleh tima
and place you will appear end plead, answer
or demur to the said bLl of complaint. If you
U ted at Rock Island, Illinois, this 4lh day Of
December, A. O. laot.
(laoRoa W. GtMBLK. Clerk.
Swckj-it & WautKB, Complainant's boUol-
BLAST FIBED THE DUST
fen Men Narrowly Escape Death in a Mine
and Are Badly Scorched.
SDrineheiu. iiw.. uee. o. Ten men
to who narrowly escaped Instant death
'n an explosion in a coal mine here
-ast nl:lit were all badly burned about
the face and bands. The accident oc
curred at the mine of the Lincoln Park
Coal Mining company. Just ns the men
were leaving the mine. Tea others
who had not gotten out when the ex
v-loslon took place em-aped injury.
The Injured men all reside -within
half a mile of the scene of the acci
dent.' aud a.t soon as they could lie
taken out were carried to their home?,
where medical aid was in waiting. It
is thought that all of them will recov
er. The accident was due to a dust
explosion caused by tiring a heavy
blast, and occurred Otto feet from the
mouth of the mine.
15. B. M ASPEN'S BIOGRAPHY
Makes Its Appearance Perhaps as a Doom
for the Senate.
liloomington. Ills., Dec. o. A new
phase has entered into the United
States senatorial sit nation In central
Illinois by tbe receipt of thousands of
copies of a paper-covered book which
bears on the title pape the follownlff
"Life of Martin" B. Madden. Public
Servant," The volume contains a bi
ography of the Chicago politician, with
fieipient references to his career in
This Is the first intimation that be
may enter the race a?alnst Dawes and
others, although there is no declaration
that Mich Is the case. It Is the general
opinion here that he will pose cs a
dark horse and be pprting upon the
convention in the event of a deadlock.
FATHEB IS GIVEN HIS CHILD
Judge Holds That He Has Rights Over the
Lincoln. Neb., Dec. 5. George E.
Weeks, of Chicago, employed by the
(Jrand Trunk line, secured possession
of his little daughter Gladys Tuesday
by means of a writ of habeas corpus.
I'he child was given to the father at
the conclusion of a hearing In the tlis
The grandmother. Mrs. Jennie Fan
ning, who has taken the child from
place to place to elude the father dur-
g the past year, was given the prlvl-
ge of keeping the girl two weeks, at
the end of which time she Is to take
her to Chicago to the father. Weeks
and his wife, the latter being step-n-other
of the child, appeared at the
Concessions Needed by Cuba.
Washington. Dec. r. General Leon
ard Wood, military governor of Cuba,
accompanied by his secretary nnd Gon
sales Quesada. was at the Capitol yes
terday conferring with senators iu tha
interest of Cuban reciprocity. General
v ood told the senators that some
measure of reciprocity on Cuban sugar
end tobacco, particularly the former, is
ssential to give the island that degree
of stability and prosperity which was
contemplated when the I'nited States
dispossessed Spanish rule.
Two Currency Features Noted.
Washington. Dec. r. In hi3 annual
report Scretary Gage says that two
features are marked in the currency
first, the growing use of gold. -and. sec
ond, the constant addition to the small
denomination of tianer. The gold, in-
ludlng certificates, in circulation.
which was :W.S per cent, of the total
uvula t Ion on July 1. 185)7. was 3!.."
per crnt. on July I. l'jcn. per cent
on July l. luoi. and -W.N per cent, on
)ct. 1. 1001. The average denomina
tion of notes and certificates Issued by
he treasury, which was Sii.34 in the
fiscal year 1!K0. fell to $ 4.40 in 1001.
Drclnioii ou Hank Taxes.
Washington. Dec. .". The commls-
ioner of internal revenue has rendered
. decision in which he holds that bank
rs must return for taxation capital.
8urplus. undivided profits and bor
rowed money used In the business of
banking. The commissioner holds
hat capital is taxable whether invest-
d, as In the case of the United States
bonds or the bank building, or circulat
ing, as In the ease of money, including
money borrowed; also surplus, includ
ing undivided profits.
Native Drink Is Real -Plrrn."
Washington, Dec. 5. Brigadier Gen
eral Bell has Issued an order to the
oldiers in northern Luzon forblddiug
them under pain of severe punishment
bj court-martial to drink the native
vino" spirits, which has been found
to produce insanity and iueite to crime.
Isthmian Treaty In the Senate.
Washington, Dec. 5. During the ex
ecutive session of the senate yesterday
that body received the new Ilay
Pauncefote isthmian canal treaty from
the president. It was not considered.
Saw Death Near.
"It often made my heart ache,"
writes L. C. Overstreet, of Klgin.
Tenn., to hear my wife cough until
it seemed her weak and sore lungs
would collapse. Good doctors said
tshe was so far gone with consump
tion that n medicine or earthly help
could save her, but a friend recom
mended Dr. King's New Discovery
and persistent use of this excellent
medicine saved her life." It's abso
lutely guaranteed for coughs, voids,
bronchitis, asthma und all tliroat und
lung diseases. 50c and $1.00 ut llartz
ob L'llemeyer's. Trial bottles free.
An Evangelists story.
"I suffered for years with a bron
chial trouble and tried various rem
edies but did not obtain permanent
relief until I commenced using One
Minute Cough Cure," writes lie v.
Jainea Kirkumn, evangelist of Belle
lliver. 111. One Minute Cough Cure
affords immediate relief for coughs,
colds and all throat and lung troub
les. For croup it is unequalled. Ab
solutely safe. Never fails and a fa
vorite with the children. B. II. Bie
ber und llartz & UUetneyer.
It follows the flag. Manila, I. I.
The Noldiera coming here usk u- to
order Itocky Mountain Tea, speaking
highly of this remedy. By steamer,
10 gross. Muellaux Co. T. II. Thom
AIM AT ANARCHISM
Three Bills That Are Now on th
Files in the Upper House
PHILIPPINE TAEIFF IS IN PEOKT
Secretary Itoot Confers With Lead
ers in View of Supreme
Washington. Dec. 3. Practically the
entire time of the senate yesterday
was devoted to the Introduction of bills
ami resolutions. Two of these meas
t'is, relating to the suppression of an
archy and the dealiug with anarchists,
were allowed to lie on the table so that
their authors McCoraas of Maryland
nnd Vest of Missouri may bring them
to the early attention of the senate.
The isthmian canal report was trans
mitted to the senate by the president.
and several bills providing for the con
struction of the waterway, one of them
by Morgan, who has led the movement
for I he canal in the past, were present
ed. They all provide for United States
control absolutely of the strip of ter
ritory ac ross Central America in which
the canal is constructed. The house
was not in session.
Burrow After the Aliens.
Burrows' bill for the suppression of
nnarehy provides entirely for alien an
archists and has nothing to say of the
native-born and raised kind, of which
Czolgosz was one. Vest's proposal is
very all-embracing and provides for
an Inquiry into the expediency or laws
for the suppression or anarchism and
the amendment of the constitution
with that object In view. Lodge intro
duced bill providing for the remov
al of the ten years' limitation on the
Chinese exclusion act. thus leaving the
provisions of the Geary act in force.
That act. which was approved May o.
1S02. exc luded the Chinese indefinitely,
but the Scott act of Nov. X 1SU3. limit
ed the exclusion to ten years. In case
there Is no legislation in the meantime
the ten years' limit would expire next
Tariff antl the Philippines.
Lodge introduced a bill to provide
revenues for tne I'liuippine 'sianas.
It provides that the tariff passed by
the Philippine commission Sent. li.
1001, and approved by the secretary of
war. shall remain in full force and ef
feet. This covers' goods going into the
Islands. The bill provides for levying
the same duty and tariff on goods com
ing into the I'nited States from the
Philippine Islands that are now col
lected from foreign countries. The
Mil also provides that until otherwise
ordered statutory laws of the United
States shall not be in force In the Phil
iniiines except as ordered by the Phil
inoine commission. All duties collect
ed in the Philipipnes go into the in
' Knot t'ounirls With Leaders.
Secretary Boot is taking counsel
with some of the Republican party
leaders in the preparation of a pro
gramme' to meet the decisions of the
supreme vourt lust Monday iu the in
sular cases. It Is said that the pres
ent purpose is to ask congress to legis
late immediately to define witli precis
Ion the stains of the Philippines from
n revenue point or view, me nniin
c-Fal officers of the department who
have looked into the trade figures for
the past three years find that the sum
of Sl.lHKUMHi represents about the total
of the duties collected from Spaniards
on goods arrived at Manila which
luight have to be refunded in the event
that it should ultimately be held that
the collection of duties on United
States goods there was illegal. The
Spaniards would secure a like liquida
tion under the terms or the peace
treaty guaranteeing them equal rights
with American merchants iu the Phil
WANTED First class dressmaking done at
Witt Finn avenue.
WANTED -Place by a
for board. Address
E. F P.
care of Ar-
gus, and advertiser will call.
housekeeper by re-
spectable lady of experience,
preferred. Can give referenc
'C3.V Argus onicc.
WANTED Industrious young man of good
address desires oMIre work or clerkship
where promotion is possible. Position
must be permanent. Can furnish good
references. Address "G 'S." Argus.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A sorrel mare. Strayed Monday
night. Finder return to 1(H Thirteenth
street. A liberal reward will be paid for
her return to above number.
LOST A purse containing I37S In paper
money, between Second and Tentn streets
on Brady street. Finder will be liberally
rewarded by returning same to A. S.
Blessing, German Savings bank, Daven
port. LOST Monday last, a black pocketbook be
tween Third avenue and Fifteenth street
ami the Uiriicr house. It contained $-1 in
paper money, two Mexican "clackers." a
Mexican 5-ceiit piece and a note, quite
worn, from a girt The owner Is especially
anxious to regain Kssesion of the old
coins. Finder nolif v either Argus offlce or
James B. Wilson. Busy Bee restaurant,
Davenport, and receive liberal reward.
Mottc of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, i
bounty of Rock Island.
In tbe Clrnult Court. January Ter-B. 1002
Mary J. Melvio vs. George L- Melvln. Id
Affidavit of non-rcaldenee of the said George
L. Melvln. tfefeudant, having been hied In tne
clerk's oflce of the circuit oourt of the said
eounty, notice is therefore hereby gives to
the aald non-resident defendant that the
eomnlaloant filed ber bill of complaint In aald
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
17th day of July, two, and that thereupon a
summons Issued out of said oourt wherein said
suit Is cow pending, returnable on the third
Monday in the month of September. 1000. as is
by law required, aod tbat on December li, 180,
an alias uramons was Issued out of tbe said
court wherein said suit is pending returnable
on tbe tlrat Mooday in the month of January,
ItKrj. a Is by law requl- a
Now unless you. tne saia non-resident oo
fecdant, George L Melvlo, rball personally be
and appear before the aald circuit court on the
drat day of the next tera thereof, to be holdeo
at Kock Island In and for said oountyon the
Urst Monday in January next, and plead, an
swer or demur to tbe said eomplaiaant's bill
Of oomplalnt. the Mine id th matters and
thing therein charged and stated will he
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
trains t you aeoordtn to the prayar of aald
bill. GsoKoa W. Gambiji. otrnui Cierm.
Rock Islaml, IU.. December 2nd. tvoa
Seaxlo U Marshall, Complainant's Sollolto;.
Look in our west window for the new
Freak Woman's Shoe, the latest product of
the Rock Island Shoe company. All sizes,
widths A A to E.
$3.50 Per Pat-ir.
Opjxsite Harper House.
WANTED FEMALE HELP,
WANTED A good cook atTtfl Elm street.
WANTED A girl at 1317 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A waeon salesman at Bartlett
Bros.'. 1818-I8-J0 Third avenue.
WANTED A grtrl tor second cook at Kirk-
man s restaurant. 31 10 t ut n avenue.
WANTED. A competent girl for general
nouseworK at 71 feeventeentn street.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Harness maker by Charles W.
jcaney. rxopnetsiown. in.
WANTED Collector and salesman. Inquire
Singer offlce. loll? becond avenue, M. Mc
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Ad arena Quaker
Oil and Implement company. Cleveland,
Ohio. J i
WANTED Salesmen competent U sell a
money making specialty to the grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company, Decatur,
I1L None but tirst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED Reliable men who have a horse
ana buggy lo sell our oils, greases, paints
and belting to threshers, mills and facto
ries. Exclusive territory and permanent
employment given to energetic men.
Write for terms. The Howard Oil & Grease
company, Cleveland. Ohio.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Only two months required. Have just ar
ranged with Soldiers' Homes to place luo
graduates at 50 monthly. Prepare at
once. Can earn scholarship, board and
tools if desired. Particulars mailed. Mo
ler Barber college, Chicago. I1L
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED To rent a house of seven or
eight rooms between Seventeenth and
Twentv-flfth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," Argus.
WANTED To buy a roll top desk. Address
M. lu," this offlce.
WANTED Turning lathe, gig saw and small
printing press lor use at tne industrial lair.
inquire oi j. w. cavanaugu.
WANTED Boarders, with or without rooms.
in nrsi-ciass lorauon. nest table board.
Telephone 1399. Residence 1229 Second ave
WANTED Anv person who will distribute
circulars for 3 daily should address Stan
dard company, 4 Wells, Chicago. Steady
position. ,no canvassing.
WANTED An established wholesale house,
recently Incorporated, extending business.
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary liOO per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest tl.ooo
in capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED In each county a person of in
tegritv and good standing to represent and
advertise well established business honse
of solid financial standing. Salary 118 week
ly 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 stamped envelope. Standard
House, 34 Caxton Building, Chicago.
Miss DENTON Palmist. 124 West Third
street. Davenport. Gives advice on busi
ness, love, marriage, sickness and health.
Also elves the best time for lawsuits, busi
ness ventures, etc. Hours, 10 to noon, 2 to
5 and 7.80 to 9 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. Offlce hours from
1 to 10 p. m. 705 Fourth avenue.
MADAM DOROTHY VON STAUB, the great
German clairvoyant and trance medium, is
located at WW East Fourth street, Daven
port, Iowa. She tells you the past, present
and future. She reveals truthfully what
the future has In store for you. Her reve
lations are past comprehension and border
on the sublime. Hours 9 a, m. to 9 p. m.
Parlors quiet and retired.
MADAM BOSWELL Mysteries of the hand.
Your band holds tne secret oi your me;
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
garlors at 1324 Fourth avenue, next to
wedisb Lutheran church.
SEE WILLIAMSON for storage.
loaned on nousenoiu gooas. isid
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
if you sell stark trees. Louisiana, mo.;
Danville, N. Y.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS Young men
wanted lor railway man cierss. inter
State Corresponding Institute, Cedar Rap
. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
loli Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anything, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can
do it for you. Mall wants are popular and
Mall wants bring results. One-naif cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cect stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mail. Moline, I1L
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
penence places us in a position to give you
valuable Information along lines tbat will
assure you success. Ask Tor free letters
of information and bulletin of daily papers
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine, Wis.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this offlce:
-R. 18. ;" "W. 29," S; "E. C," 15, 5;
8," 2; "A. 26;" "H. )," S.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms at 1405 Sec
FOR RENT -Three
1918 Fifth avenue.
unfurnished rooms at
FOR RENT. One room, all modern con
veniences, at 217 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room
with heat and bath at Hid Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, and board,
with modern conveniences, at Seven
FOR RENT Four room cottage with sewer
and city water inside and large barn. 3304
Sixth avenue. Inquire at 2200 Sixth ave
nue. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, hot
water heat, bath and ail modern conven
iences, three blocks from postofflce. 520
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A modern flat, central location.
Apply at 1700 Third avenue.
FOR RENT A new 6-room house. 91 1 per
month, at 1119 Tenth avenue. Apply at
1018 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT S. S. Hull has several houses for
rent from io to so. Call at room Id, Mit
chell & Lynde building.
FOR SALE. Two cottages, have to be mov
ed oS lot immediately. Inquire of Harris
Bros., 1124 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT New 8-room house with all mod
ern improvements, good location, rent
cheap if taken soon. Gordon and Bowman.
FOR RENT A fine fruit farm of six acres
in South Heights. Newly remodeled house.
Price reasonable. Address "H. 60," Argus
FOR RENT. First floor consisting of lour
rooms and summer kitchen, rent 1 10, also
second floor of three nice, large rooms,
rent 7. Inquire at 1110 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Six-room .house. Just completed.
All modern conveniences. Hot and cold
water, heat and light. Located 1115 Nine
teenth street. Apply T. E. Vietch, Harper
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 lot in Black Hawk addition
on Fifteenth street, near Twelfth avenue.
Inquire at 825 Twelfth street.
FOR SALE Two lots with house of eight
rooms and good barn at a bargain, if taken
at once. Address "G. 25," Argus.
FOR SALE Cottage of 5 rooms, on corner,
newly painted, near the new milk company
on Fortv-third street. Will rent for fll.fto
per month. This is a 10 per cent net invest
ment or a nice home. Will rent at once if
vacant. Apply to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE One of the best stock or dairy
farms in Bowling township, containing Wl
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. IU.
FOR SALE Lots in McEniry's addition by
E. J. Burns, room 12. Mitchell & Lvnde
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 Fifteenth street near Twelfth avenue.
Faces east on the new park, Ave rooms
downstairs and three more can be finished
upstairs, attic floored, nice full length cel
lar, city water and sewer, barn, well, 4-inch
siding. Price is very reasonable, just what
the house cost. Apply to Goldsmith & Mc
Kee. FOR SALE Lots inVelie's addition, south
of Edgewood park, that have been selling
f rom MOO to 4i per lot, will, for the next
60 days, sell for 200 to Ji50 per lot. This
property lies southeast of Edgewood park,
and they are all nice, level lots. It is a big
bargain for investors or home seekers.
For sale bv E. E. Morgan. Rooms 3 and 4,
Skinner building, Moline, 111.
FOR SALE We now have some special in
ducements in lots and houses which we
consider "snaps." Two lots, each 6Uxl(l
feet, worth 800 each, will sell for 550 each.
Three lots. 40x120 feet, worth Hon each, will
sell for $325 each. 125 down, balance on
time. We also have a 9-room house, bath,
gas, electricity, furnace and large lot;
worth J4.200, will' sell for $3,000. Apply to
Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE CHEAP Two new upright
Haines Bros, pianos at 2207 seventh ave
nue. FOR SALE A first-classsaloon in Davenport,
cheap it taken at once. Eastman, Goairey
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman & Co.,
1714H Second avenue.
FOR SALE A first-class second-hand house
heating boiler, self-teedlng. can be used
for steam or hot water heat. A bargain to
gartlea having use for it. Allen, Myers &
FOR SALE-The furniture and fixtures of
the Hotel Clarence, Clarence. Iowa, me
best paving 25 room hotel In eastern Iowa.
The building can be rented. For full par
address George. Mull, Clarence,
FOR SALE One heavy
single express wag-
on. in fine condition: one
set single har-
ness, one set double harness, two buggies
and one wagon scale. Apply lo Mrs. Klug-
ger, 6U2 Fortieth street.
FOR SALE A complete bookkeeping schol
arship with tne international correspond
ence schools. Will sell at less than cost at
club rate. Cash or monthly payments.
Address "A 53," Argus offlce.
FOR SALE We have a few extraordinary
good bargains in diamonds, watches and
bicycles. Call at once, for tfcey must g
before tbe holidays are over. Call or ad
dress the Greater New York Loan bank,
330 Twentieth street. Phone 6723 Brown.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind or security. Also cnoice property tor
ale or rent. w. L Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds.
watches. Jewelry, hardware, nnusical 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 ha! f the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location, 1623 Second avenue. Don't forget
It. J. w. Jones. Two rings on 1347.