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THE ARGTTS, SATURDAY, JAXTJAltY, 4, 1902.
Our new line of ladies and gents' fine shoes from $2.50 to $5 a
pair are now in? and customers will find the line more inter
esting than ever.
All the newest lasts, all the newest patterns and all the
latest ideas. Every shoe in the line is the picture of what a
correct fitting, proper looking shoe for ladies and gents
should be. Our school shoes are the best wearing shoes that
leather and workmanship can make.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
New PaLiitorivin Clvib.
Clothes Cleaned and . Pressed and Shoes Shined
Every Day for SI Per Month.
Work for iion-mcnilxTs will receive prompt attention and
will I.e. jrnarantceil satisfaction.
Co.it and pants . . .
. 4 5 cents
. .50 cents
Steam cleaning and dyeing of
to-tlate ami scientific manner.
ED. DUBINSKV. Prop.,
Publication Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Riioic I&litrd L'ountT. I
In the Circuit Court. January term, A. D
Home Building an Loan Assocla'ton of Fock
llard. a corporation, vs. Mary Jane Murray
and William II Murray In ebaneerj. Gen
eral number 4S61. Bill to for. cloke mort
gage. Affidavit of non-residence of the laid Mary
Jane M array and Wtliiam II Murray defied
ants. Having been filed In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Couit of said County,
notice W tcerefore bereoy riven to the said
non-resident defendants that the complainant
filed 1m bill of complaint In m d court on the
chancery t,lt!e th reof. on tfcOth day of De
ceit ber. VjiO. and tht tbrrei-pon a sumtnora
uwued ou- of aald Couit. wherein sa'd suit Is
no pending, returnable ou the Unit Mon
lif U the month of January thereafter,
and a terwbrcson the 1st dy cf pri. A. L ,
lwoi. an alias summons issue out of s d court
wbetvln said s-U Is nw pending, returnable on
the rir&t M ndat in ibe momb if May Weretf
ter. and that tbsreafier. to-wit:on the 13thda
of August. A. D. 101, an a'ias sum tons Issued
out of bald court wheiela said iu t isnw peed
ing. reiurntUe on tie thlid M Lday in the
morthof Ptpterober thereafter, and after
ward on the urtih day of November. D . !.
ma alias B" nitrons Imucd out of ala ecurt
wherein said ult is now pent inr. rt-turt.able on
theBrst MoDdayH January. A. D.. 19o r.et. as
la by law requl' A Now. unless you. the said
non-re-deui d fendrts aboe r arred. Mary
Jane Murrjy and William H. Murray, thsli
person .1 y be and appe-' before sa'd circuit
court -n the erst cay of the next term there
of. tbe holden at Rock Inland. In and for
the aald county, on the first Monday of Janu
ary, A. V., 12. next, and plead, answer or
dsmur to the said eomplainaat'a bill of
complaint, the ame and the ma'ters and
tbtntfi tberel c -barged and ataed will be
taken an on twd and a decree en ered
against yon according to the prayer of aaid
GkukCB V. (Jamblx. C t.
Rmtk Island. HI.. November ST7. A. D. 1901.
Jackms&Uohst, Com plain. nt'a Hollcltors.
State of lU'noU,
Roca Island County, I
In the Circu t Court At the January term
A. D 12 In ohaocery. Bin for partition.
Jonas 11 jar and Louis Mcsenfclder
A ntle Montgomery. Charles Jack Montgom
ery, Mary B. Mnnomery, Edward O. Swee
net, Petr Stevens, l H Vieibs the un
known heirs or devisees of Catberina
Margaretba Vieths. oeceaaed: the uo-Wu-n
owner or owntrs of toe southeast
quarter of the northwest Quart- r of the
north went quarter of section nuaber four
in town hip number seventern. north f
rnge numor one, west of the 4th P.
M. crntaiLlng 10 acres more or le:
and being the south K of lot nuuber ix.
a said lot 'a known and designated upon
the a-sessors plat of 1861: also eight
and H acre a. mte or Ie a. Including the road
la tt.e aouthwest quarter of the northeast
quarter of tne n rthwel quarter of aid seo
t on number four in townsfclp 17. N. K. one
west of t e 4th I m , knon and designated
upon the plat aa lot No r; alo toe noitheast
quarter of the s-utowest quarter of the
nortnw.st quarter of section cumber 4 In
tuwnst fp 17, N R ore west tf the 4th P M.
contain ten acres, more or less, and desig
ns ed on af-s-i r s plat as lot numbe te..;
also the -.orth four and bo-100 anrea of the
northwest quarter of the ou'beat quarter
of the northwext qu.rter of said fcectlm num
ber four In township 17. north rarge nuuber
one wt-st of the 4in P. M Leiltla W eU. EUeo
14 Nou se and the unknown beirs Ci devisees
of V.ilen H. Nourse. dcead
To U. H Vieths the unkt own heirs or de
yicees of Catberina Margaret, a Yieth. de
caied: the unknown owner or ownen
of the southeast quarter of the nortn
west quarter of the northwest quarter
of sec i ion number four in tiwnship num
ber seventeen norih of rnge number
one we, of tne fourth P M., contalmog 10
acrs, more or less: and being the south half
ol lot cumber six. as said lot is known and
designated urot the assessors plat of 1MI;
also eight ard H acres, more r rless. Including
th road, la the soutew.st quarter of the
northea t qiarr of the northwest quaiter of
paid sec Ion numbe' four In tuwobip 17. N
K t west ol the th P.M.. known and desig
nated upon the plat aa lot No 6; also the
northeast quarter o the southwest quartr r of
the northwest qoartero said sec-Ion number
four In township 17. W. K. ore wtst of the 4th
P. M . rontaining ten acrts more or less, aLd
de ignated on a seasor'a plat as lot number
wd- Uo the rorth four and KV100 acres of
the northwest quarter of the aoutheast quar
ter of the northwest quarter of said sectti n
number four In townsnip seyenteen. north
range number one west of the 4th P. M.; Le
tt, la Well, mien H Nourse. the unknown
belts or devisee of tllen li. Nourse, deceased;
Affidavit of yur non-residence having been
filed In the office of the clerk of the circuit
court of aaid county, rotice is hereby given
to you a-d ea- b of you that the aoove named
complainants biro tiled In said court their bill
of c mplaint agalns yo: on tht chancery aide
of said court, that a summons la chancery
faasbn Hsued ia said caue ag.lntt ou. te
tur' able u the next term of s id court to be
b-fun and bolden at the co rt houe in the
t-ily .f Rcxrk I l.nd. In said eounty, on the first
umi..n( J.nuxrv. A U IVOi. at which time
and plee you win appear and pad, answer
or demur to tne aaiu un ui uvu.yi.mii t. j v
U ted at Pock Island, 111 nois, this 4th day of
December, A. U uwi.
GEviBr.g W. (1AVBI.E, Clerk.
SwtintT & Wiuh, Complainant s holicl-
. Administrator's NoUoe. .
rlstate of UMi I Mott. deceased.
itna.n nied havlcg been auoo'nted ad
nini.ir.ur nf the estate of Lli'is 1. Mott, late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois deceased, cereoy giTea bom na ne
will appear before the county court of Kock
lAind county, at wvu? wuk.
In the eity of Rock Island a the Mart b terra.
m m erst Monday In March next, at which
time aU persons having claims against said
etsine are nonnea ma rwjuww. ivr
the purpose of having the same adjusted.
aii ncruni indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make immediate payment to the
- Date' ' S7 b dav of December. . D 1601.
CHtlii.lfL Wai.KBM. Admit: 1st rator.
M for Druxtnenness an3
. lilease write ol
rants 2o cents
t'oat and vest 00 cents
Overcoats 60 cents
all kinds done in the most it
Goods called for ami delivered.
1909 Second Avenue Oip. Spencer Square
Telephone Green 373.
Pay Rent or9
Home Co-Operative Co.,
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Will furnish you the money to
1ay of! yoiir mortfrafre or buy a
tome in any locality, antl give
you 16 years anI S months to pay
"it back at the rate of
S5.35 PEE MONTH WITHOUT
In case of death or total disability
a clear deed will lie given. Strict
est investigation courted.
Organized Mav 17. IWl. Over T.ono.OOO bu s-
Iness done. We are now on rating in-Mtlit-fert
nt staten. All offlrers handling money
are lxin1i.l in the IT. S. Kidelitv and (luarantr
companv. I'lann and pro-edurecopyrichteJ.
There are imitators springing up who are
infringing, lion t be misled.
Itranrrt Office: Math Ilolldlnr. over 1716
Second A venae. Rock Island. III.
OftU-e Hours: 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 3
p. ni. to ti p. m.
VV. A. BRICGS, Manager.
Fuel Oil Go.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.
Other oil companies with no lripht-
er prospects are capitalized at 10 to
20 times more no water in this stock.
A 60.000 . to 70,000
Barrel Well Guar
anteed by Dril
ler or No
Property 35 feet from the famous
Yellow l'ine, 70,000 bbls. well, Spindle
Top, Beaumont, Texas.
Stock 10c a Share
J. K. Scott, Mitchell & Lynde Build
ing. Hock Island, Illinois.
C. K. Adams, 1801 Second Aveunc,
Kock It ami, Illinois.
II. M Sell river, 1714 1-2 Second av
enue, Iltick Island, Jlilnois.
W. C. Shoemaker, Mitchell & Lynde
building1, Kock Island, Illinois.
F. Dickinson Letts, 34 McManus
building, Davenport, Iowa.
11. W. VonMaur, Boston Store,
Walter Chambers, Lgbert, Fidler &
Chambers, Davenport, Iowa.
Hottee of Publication Chancery.
Btateof Illlnola, (
Bock Island Countytf
In tbe Circuit Uourt, January term, ikk. xn
Maud Neweerry vs Lrouis rxewoerrj.
Jtridavit of non-residenee of tbe above
named Lofls Newberry bavins; been filed In
tbe cl era's office of tbe circuit court of said
eourty. notice Is therefore bereby sj.ven to
the said non-resident defendant tbat tbe com
pi lnant baa Oled her bill of complaint In aald
nsurt on tbe ebanorrv side thereof, on the
6th day of December, 1901. ar d tbat thereupon
a summons Issued out of said court, wbeieln
said suit Is now pending, returnable on the
fl'S Monday la tbe month of January next, aa
is by law required. Now, unless you. tbe said
non-'.olilent defendant above named. Ixut
Newberry. shll personaUy be and appear be
fore sl 1 circuit court, o the Srst day of tbe
next ter-n thereof, to be holden at Rock Island
In and for , aaid c unty, on tbe lint Monday
In tbe mon hot January next, and plead, an
swer or demur to tbe said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and tbe matte s and
things tberein charged and stated will be
taken as conf'ssed. and a deeree entered
svains t you aooordl" to tbe praver of said
bill GrRr;( Gam HUB, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois, "eo. , IWOt.
Uabbt bCHBtvsa, Complaluanfa Solicitor
Kstate of Mary Coyne, deceased.
The undersiirned natnna; oeen apporated
exeeSitor of tbe last will and testament of
Mary Coyne, late of tbe county of Rock
i.iiuid- t of vunola. deceased, hereby
Hires notice that he wui appear before
the county court of Kock Island county, at
tbe county court room. In tbe city of Roek Ial
m.nd. at the Jaenarv term on the first Mon
day In January next, at which time all per
sons Banns claims asratont saia e mm
titled and requested to attend, fr tbe purpose
nf haTlnff the same adjusted.
AU persons indebted to said estate are rev
anested to mane otte ornate payment su su
ondersigned. . ,
Pated this Hth day of November, A. IX 1901.
UOBe w.'MCUa&JtAi t uecuwi.
SHAW IN CAPITAL
New Secretary of Treasury Ar
rives at Washing
ton. GOES TO THE WHITE HOUSE
Will be Ready to Assume Duties
by the Kntl of the
Washington, Jan. A. (iuv. Leslie M.
Shaw wjis in conference with Sec re
taiy (iage about two hours today, go
ing over the affairs of. the treasury
department. He then left with the
secretary for the White House. Shaw
said it had been decided that he would
take charge of the treasury depart
ment the ::."( h. He saitl he had nut
contemplate any change in the
ollicinl force here and he did not
know that he would have any occa
sion to consider such changes. He
said he regretted exceedingly that
Secretary tinge had deeided to leave
the treasury department.
'W ashii'gton, Jan. 4. Governor Les
lie M. Shaw, of Iowa, who Is to suc
ceed Hon. Lyman 3. (Jage as secre
tary of the treasury, nrriven In Wash
ington Inst night. He is Mtayiug at
tht Arlington hotel, nnd had been
there but a short time when. In re
sponse to a message from the While
House, he walked across Lafayette
place to the presitlent'ft home and re
mained with him until after 9 o'clock.
Later the governor called on Speaker
Henderson. He will have n more ex
tended conference with the president
today. Governor Shaw was noncom
municative when asked leading tpies-
fiptltt jUgut P!lttra fit fllrll l.lLrr
Assumes Ills Duties.
Kuttrnor said he would be ready
to sssume the oftite by the 11M or '2'.U
of January, but he would suit the date
L-rgely to Gage's wishes in the matter.
"My experience has been that when a
man has tioclded to quit nn office." said
the governor philosophically, "he is
jealous of the hours he has to stay.
I can come any time, but will leave
the change of the tlate to the present
secretary. President Roosevelt has
left the arrangements for the change
practically to Mr. Cage."
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The house of peers of I'ortugal has
ndopted a resolution of condolence m
the death of the late President McKln
ley. HrigadiOr General William II. Sea
mans, adjutant general of California.
!j t!e:id at Washington. He ws promi
dent in G. A. i:. nd Loyal Legion cir
cles. Fire at Catoosa. I. T.. burned nearly
every business building in the town.
Icss. $Si 1,000.
An enormous gusher, giving 8.0U0.IKMJ
feet of gas n day. has been struck
near 1'ockbndce. O.
rkcrmtrti m tenet, year old. was
found iu his office nt St. 1'aul with his
throat cut. Probable suicide.
t oiouei v. J. liryan passed through
Chicago yesterday en route to Massa
chusetts yesterday, and called on May
Surgeons at the Presbyterian hospi
tal. Chicago, have supplied a patient
with a new face by skin grafting.
The Marquis Ito. of Japan.' was en
tertained at luncheon In the Mansion
House by the lord mayor of London.
He rlea in I Mr- Kulni,
Keokuk, la.. Jan. 4. The police
Thursday nltrht found the body of
Watchman Walter B. Seaman Jn the
ruins of the Anderson Canning com
pany's plant, which burned Thursday.
He was not missed until late Thurs
day afternoon, nnd search in the ruins
resulted in finding the corpse, which
showed plainly that he had been as
phyxiated. He was unmarried. The
company's loss is ?12.5(); Insurance,
Deatb of at Klclimond I'nbllnher.
Richmond. Ind.,'Jan. 4. R B. Bee
son, late publisher of the Klclimond
Enterprise and prominent politician,
died here Thursday.
FATE CHOOSES FRYE
Washingon, .Ian. 4. When, for any
reason, there is no vice president to
preside over the senate. William
Pierce Frye is called to that high of
fice, lie is the senior senator from
Maine, a rugged, forceful Yankee,
who has for many years wielded an
imjortant influence in the tipper
branch of congress. Honors weigh
lightly upon him. In manner he is an
kindly aiu'; approachable as a new
congressif n. He is strangely enough
entrenchJ to be careless as t-i hi. 4
dress. In point of force and influ
ence, however, he has few peers in
Mr. Frye is now president of the
senate for the second time in two
years. lie was president pro tern
when Vice President Ilobart died,
antl at that time wus elevated to first
place. Last spring Vice President
-Roosevelt wielded the gavel during
the thott session following the in
auguration. Then Frye was made
president pro tern again. When
Roosevelt became president Frye re
sumed his place as president of the
senate. He will nerve in that capac
ity until March 4. 105.
Senator Frye's n.iute has Ikm most
prominently connected with legisla
tion designed to aid the merchant
marine. He has been identified with
several plans designed to further that
end. including the postal ship sub-
Fidy. Tbe "Hanna" ship subsidy bill
SEVERAL LOCAL LODGES
ELECT AND INSTALL
Canton No. 8, Patriarchs Militant
I. O. O. F., last evening elected offi
cers for the ensuing term as follows:
Captain S. Marschall.
Lieutenant E. F. Godfrey.
Ensign G. F. Kodgers.
Clerk V. i. Knox.
Accountant A. E. Lamp.
Kock Island lodge No. 638. A. F. &
A. M.. at a meeting last evening in
stalled officers for the ensuing year
' W. . M. J. G. Huntoon.
S. W. C. I. Pedersen.
J. W. H. A. Clevenstine.
Treasurer W. T. Hartz.
Secretary II. S. Itollman.
Chaplain Emil Beck.
S. S. Charles Bengston.
J. S. P. L. llenneberg.
Marshal Dr. N. M. Moore.
Tyler George McKissick.
Memlter Hoard of Ctntrol for 2
years F. T. Myers.
Kock Island Encampment No. 12.
I. t). O. F., Inst evening installed
ollicers for the ensuing term as fol
lows: C. P. S. Marschall.
II. P. It. Kuschmann.
S. W. E. F. Gttdfrey.
Scribe J. F. Van Hern.
Treasurer W. H. Scott.
J. W. II. Lemberg.
I. S. S. ,1. II. Gardner.
Guide G. Trenkenschuh.
First W. A. E. Lamp.
Second W. George Cook.
Third W. Ira C. Peck.
Fourth W. C. F. Valentine.
RETAIL DRUGGISTS ARE
AFTER THE WHOLESALE MEN
Attorney General Hamlin is inves
tigating the charges of discrimina
tion and conspiracy alleged against
the Illinois Wholesale Druggists' as
sociation and the State Retail Drug
gists association by the retail drug
gists who arc not members of the
state organization. It is complained
that because thee independent drug
gists have declined to join the gener
al organization, nnd thus enter into
n combination to maintain an estab
lished price for patent medicines,
soaps antl other articles, the whole
sale druggists of the state have re
fused to sell them medicines.
The complaint to the attorney gen
eral follows an effort on the part of
the organized druggists to stop Ibe
sr.Ie of potent medicines in the de
partment stores anil to make war on
cut rate drug stores. The retailers,
it is claimed, have demanded of the
wholesalers that thev make no sales
to these films and this the whole
salers have undertaken to do. An
effort will be made by the indepen
dents to prosecute both organiza
tions under the anti-trust law, which
provides severe penalties for combi
nations to maintniit the prices of ar
ticles of merchandise.
A Deep Mystery.
A deep mystery why women endure
backache, headache, nervousness,
sleeplessness, melancholy, fainting
and dizzy spells when thousands have
proved that Electric bitters will
quickly cure such troubles. "I suf
fered for years with kidney trouble,"
writes Mrs. Thebe Cherley, of Peter
son, la., " nnd a lame back pained me
so I could not dress myself, but Elee
tric Bitters wholly cured me, and, al
though 73 years old, I now am able to
do all my houswork" It overcomes
constipation, improves appetite, gives
perfect health. Only 50c at Hartz &
Ullemewer's drug store.
When your system Is wasting away
with melancholy thoughts, restless
nights, sorrowing' days, renew life's
glorious pleasure with Rocky Moun
tain Tea. 35 cents. T. H. Thomas'
Educate Your Bowels With CutiNlfc
Candy Ontharttc, cure constipation forever,
10c, S6c If C C. C. f al 1, druggists refund money.
PRESIDENT OF SENATE
that ha been before congress during
the past two years has been largely
his creation. He ' onlled together
a committee of twenty of the leading
shipowners antl shipbuilders of the
country and they framed a bill. It
has undergone several changes and
will probably be further amended this
winter. If it should 'fail Senator
Frye will loom up, undiscou raged,
next year as the enthusiastic sup
porter of some oth-r bill designed to
multiply the American Hag on the
Senator Frye was born nt Lewiston,
Chicago, Jan. 4. Following are the open
ing highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today's markets:
Jan., 78; W: 70.
May, taM; fe-2; S3M.
July, as;,; sh; ten.
Jan., 64M: fU: 64i: M'.
May, 67(3671,: 67H: 67: 67-b.
July. eetiti-i; 6H: 66; 66b.
Jan.. 454 : .!-; 5s ; 45S .
May, 46S; 46: 4X; 45H
Juiy, 46; 4U ; am,; 4o.
Jan., 16.05; 16.95; 16.95; 16.P5.
May, 17.35; 17.42; 17.32; 17.87.
Jan., 0.02; 9 65: 9.87: 9.80b.
May, 9.15; 10.00; 9.92; 9.97.
Jan.. 8.55; 8.55: 8.55: 8.55.
May, 8.82-; 8.85; 8.80; 8.82b.
Receipts todav: Wheat 31, corn 130, oats
SO. lios 25.UK). cattle 2UO, sheep lO.uOO.
Hogs left over. 3.311.
Hog market opened generally 5c higher,
Light. jo.bOtr ti mixed and butchers, &.90Q
6.70: good heavy, i5.2ui6.7b; rough heavy,
Cattle market opened unchanged.
Sheep market opened unchanged.
Kansas City Hog receipts 4.0UU, cattle 50.
Omaha Hops 5. , cattle 100.
Union Stock yards, 8:4(1 a. m.
liog market opened steady at yesterday's
average. I.isrht, i5.nor6.50: mixed' and butch
ers, 5.90i6.65: good heavy, 46. 15a 6.70; rough
Cattle market opened unchanged.
Heeves, Ki.vmvr.7.00; cows and heifers. ti.&Vrg
4.75: Texas steers. 4.(Xrrr4.80; stockers and
Sheep market opened strong.
Hog market closed steauy. Light, (5.80
fto.40; mixed and butchers, 5.0Oftr.6.t5; good
heavy. 6. 1.va f.70; rough heavy t6.15&6.35.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed strong.
Estimated receipts Monday: Wheat 30,
corn 135, oats 115, hogs 41.U00.
New York Itank Statement.
New York. Jan. 4. Reserves decreased.
375.77.": loans Increased. $1 1.586. 400; specie
increased, $1,190,600: lepals increased. 2.
67.600; dejiosiis Increased, gl5,334.3U); circu
lation increased. ilH.lml.
New York S took A.
New York. Jan. 4. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. Pacific 61Vf. sugar 117H. C. 4 A. com. 36.
fas 106H. Henna. 150'.. B. & O. 106H. C. R. I. &
156'. C. M.& St. Paul 16fl4. Manhattan 137,
Pacific Mail 47, Atchison common 80-fc, W. U.
Tel. Co. 92S, N. Y. Central 168. L. & N.
107s, B. R. T. 60. R- n. ti. pfd. 82S, leather
lf d . 82 M. copper 0H- Atchison pfd. KB. TJ.
S. Steel pfd. 93?j. U. S. Steel common 45 V
Missouri Pacific 103. Union Pacific common
102V coal and iron 66. Erie common 43.
C. & O. ... Wabash ptd 43, tin can common
tin can ptd ..
Corn New, 70c
qjj 1 9c
Hay Timothy, 114; prairie, 112.
Coal 3 per ton.
Butter Choice to fair, 2lc; fresh creamery
Hens 6c per pound.
Spring chickens 6c per pound.
Turkeys 8c per pound.
Ducks 7c per pound.
Cattle Butchers pav for corn fed steers
5cct6c; cows and heifers, 3og.4c; calves,
S heep 4 HcCic.
A I'rorltalile Investment.
"I was troubled for about seven
years with my stomach and in bed
half the time,"' says E. Demick, Som
erville, Ind. "I spent about $1,000,
nnd never could get anything to help
me until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. I have taken a few bottles,
and am entirely well." You don't
live by what you eat. but by what
you digest antl assimilate. If your
stomach doesn't tligest your food
you are really starving. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure tloes the stomach's work
bv dicestinsr the food. You don't
have to diet. Eat all you want. Ko
dol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach
troubles. For sale by all druggists.
Rheumatism Cared in a Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
iays. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears.. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75c and
$1. Sold by Otto (Jrotjan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue. Rock Island; Gustave
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
Stops the Couch and Works Off the Cold.
Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets
cure n cold in one day. No cure, No
pay. Price 25c.
Me., in 1S.11, and graduated at I5ow
doin college in 1S50. He served in
the state legislature, 18C1, 1SP2 and
1867, was major of Lewiston in 1S66
and 1867. attorney general in 1S6S and
1809. He was a presidential elector
in 18f4, a delegate to three presiden
tial conventions and served three
terms as member of the national re
publican executive committee. He
served six terms in the national
house of representatives. In 1881 he
succeeded Hon. James (I. Blaine in the
semi tv antl has ever since held the
sent. Senator Frye. was a member
of the commission that negotiated
the treaty of eace with Spain. He
accepted the place with great reluc
tance. When the call was made he
was at a fishing camp in the Maine
woods, where he spends every sum
mer, and he answered that he pre
ferred that life to a diplomatic er
rand. He was so peculiarly fitted for
the position that McKinley insisted,
and Frye at last consented to serve.
Frye is sharp, plain antl decisive in
his manner antl his language antl the
deious. shifty wajs of Spanish di
plomacy were a- constant source of
irritntitin to him. "I would give a
year's salary." he saitl impatiently,
one day. "if I could. talk Spanish for
half an hour."
Hut his wish ditl not help matters
and his vigorous English continued
to lose half its force by being filtered
through an interpcrter.
WE HAVE COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS
Of Union Made Shoes
1 FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY. .
Before purchasing inspect our
DouglaLS Shoes for Men, $4 and $3.50,
Nethersole Shoes for Women, $3 and $2.50
You won't regret it.
Opposite Harper House. Rock-Island, 111.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A coolc at ?h25 Fourth avenue,
good wages. A. D. Cox.
WANTED A girl for general housework at
hook Third avenue.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Inquire at HXi Seventeenth street.
WANTED A girl tor second cook at Klrk
mau's restaurant, 3110 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Small family. Apply at 345 Seventh ave
nue. WANTED A competent girl for general
housework in a small family. Call after 10
o"clock a. ra. at 1(08 Seventeenth street.
WANTED A few bright, energetic ladies to
assist me in my business during their
spare moments. Good wages. Call or ad
dress Mrs. Emma Kincaid, 549 Nineteenth
avenue, Moline, 111.
WANTED Ladies to act as field managers
to appoint local agents. Liberal salary
and expenses to right parties. Experience
not necessarv. For interview address
"Special." care of Argus
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED Bovs to pass routes and to sell
papers on the streets for the Chicago
American. Apply at once at 329 Twentieth
street. Extra good pay.
WANTED Traveling and advertising man
for Illinois. 1 18 weeklv to start and all ex
penses: old route: steady work; give your
age. Address Secretary, 303 Caxton build
ing. Chicago, 111.
WANTED Traveling salesman, who calls on
country dealers, to sell a good paying side
line in special makes of dry goods. Liberal
commission. Manufacturer, Box 1192,
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making specialty to the grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing companv. Decatur,
IU. None but first-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Thor-
oughlv practical training by constant
practfoe. instructions, lectures, etc. Only
two months required Can earn scholar
ship, board, tools, and transportation if
desired. Write today. Moler Barber col
lege. Chicago, 111.
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED A furnished house or a suite of
furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
Neiehborhood must be first-class No
children. Address "M. 2,"' Argus office.
WANTED To rent a house of seven or
eignt rooms oeiwcea reTfratcciiiii auu
Twentv-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," Argus.
WANTED A situation for a girl between
13 and 14 vearsof age. Address Miss Laura
Graves, general delivery, city.
WANTED A coupleof rooms with board for
three, m a aesiraDie location. Auuress
L. 29." Argus office.
WANTED Any person' who will distribute
circulars tor w aauv snouiu aaaress stan
dard company. 4 Wells, Chicago. Steady
position. No canvassing.
AGENTS WANTED-Ladies or gents, big
commission, steady employment. Must
furnish references. Applv to D. T. Selvage
after Wednesday at S26 Fourteenth street.
WANTED Work in upholstering, cabinet
making and repairing ot an inas. worK
called for and delivered and satisfaction
guaranteed. Also manufacturer of Easy
Bright furniture polish. Call on or address
G. V. Christ, 2119 Fourth avenue. Give
him a trial.
WANTED An established wholesale house.
recently incorporated, exienaing Business,
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary 410(1 per mouth, ex
penses and commission. Must invest tl.000
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 Stark nursery pays cash weekly
if vou sell stark trees. Louisiana, mo.;
Danville. N. Y.
MEN Our catalogue explains how we, teach
tne Daroer traae in eignt. wecjts; maucu
free. Moler college, Chicago, I1L
FOR TRADE Five-room house and lot in
Milan for team or tenant farming oumt.
Price KMO. Address Box 1658, Milan, IU
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all Kinds oi second nana gooas,
will pav more than anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anytning, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can
do it for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mall, Moline, I1L
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years ex
perience places us in a position to give you
valuable Information along lines that will
assure vou 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.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A bundle of washing. Finder return
same to AmrntAu iwuuiv, wi u cnn,
street and Fifth avenue, and receive re
ward. LOST A collarette Monday night between
office. Leave at Argus office and receive a
LOST Dec. 20, a parcel containing two new
nimfnrti hrtween Thirtv-elirhth and For
ty-fourth streets on Thirteenth or Four
teenth avenues. Rock Island. Finder
please telephone 3482 green, Moline.
LOST-Along the Watch Tower car line be
tween seventeeniu ureci in iw iuiiu
and Center station, a lady's gold watch
with the monogram, "M O. N." on one side
of the case and the date 1WO on the other.
Finder -notifv the Moline Coal company
and receive reward.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following
-w. a." 8: "E. C. IV
F P.;" "D.;" "M. 11," 4; "X.
are at this office
; "H. CO," 6; "JE-
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two rooms tor light house
keeping. 16)8 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Two rooms, in suite, with or
without meals, at 1405 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT One room with all modern con
veniences at No. 217 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences at 729 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Room and board, with heat
and bath, for two gentlemen. At 1116 Sec
FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping, $5 per month, at 206
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping: also nicely furnished sleep
ing rooms at 1405 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A large front room nicely fur
nished. steam heat, gas and bath, includ
ing first-class table board, at Mrs Shaab's,
No. 1229 Second avenue: telephone 1399.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT S. S. Hull has several houses for
rent from f 10 to 50. Call at room 15, Mit
chell & Lynde building.
FOR SALE. Two cottages, have to be mov
ed off lot immediately. Inquire of Harris
Bros., 1124 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT New 8-room house with all mod
ern improvements, good location, rent
cheap it taken soon. Gordon and Bowman.
FOR RENT A 7-room house, good well and
cistern, fine cellar and summer kitchen.
9 per month. . Inquire at 3401 Ninty ave
nue. FOR RENT-House of four rooms and sum
mer kitchen, newlv papered, good cellar,
large yard, to small family.- Apply at 1110
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 RENT New modern house, excellcntly
built. Six rooms, bath, furnace, laundry,
attic, gas. Located on Fifteenth street be
tween Tenth and Eleventh avenues. Ap
ply to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT A new 5-room cottage. 51S
Forty-second street. This cottage is newly
painted and papered. Has bath room,
closet, hot and cold water, gas and gas fix
tures. It Is near to the new milk concern
and Moline factories and Rock Island arse
nal. Rent very reasonable. Will be va
cant in a few days. Apply to Goldsmith &
FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres of
land for sale in South Heights at a bargain.
FOR SALE Cheap, if taken soon, one or
both of two adjoining lots on Fifteenth
street. Easv terms. A. Rush & Co., room
6, Buford block.
FOR SALE Lots in McEnirv's addition by
E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell & Lynde
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 If vou intend to build a nice
home in the spring, please investigate the
beautiful lots we have In Highland park.
This is the most desirable residence por
tion of the cuv. It is almost certain the
Tri-City Railway companv will enter this
district within a short time. These lots
are amplv shaded by large natural trees;
sewers, water mains, electric lights, etc..
alreadv in None but high grade homes in
the neighborhood. These lots wlthfn a
vear will Increase in value 25 per cent
The fall or winter is the time to purchase
buildiug lots: all 50x140 feet. Apply to
Goldsmith & McKee
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A Remington typewriter No. tt.
inquire at ltut becona avenue.
FOR SALE A good hard coal stove, large
size; (is it taken at once, twa r uin ave
nue. FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman & Co.,
1714K Second avenue.
FOR SALE-Medium size coal stove in first
class condition f4 so. at Adams wauraper
Co. 's 312-314 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE A first-class second-haad hotje
heating boiler, seit-teeding. can De usea
for steam or hot water heat. A bargain to
Sarties having use for It- Allen, Myers it
FOR SALE A complete bookkeeping schol
arship witn tne international tjorrespona
ence schools. Will sell at less than cost at
club rate. Cash or monthly payments.
Address "A 23," Argus office.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also cnoice property ior
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, up stairs. i
WANTED To loan money on diamonds.
watches, jewelry, naroware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. P523 Second avenue. Don't forget
It. J. W. Jones. Two rings on 1347.
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Dorothy Den
ton, magnetic neaier and paimist. koodih
M and 52. McCullough block, Davenport.
Hours 1 to 5, and 7:30 to 9 p. m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctly. Tells vou everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office bourn from
1 to 10 p. m. 70S Fourth avenue.
Do N'T Be Fooled
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