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THE ATtGTJS, WEDNESDAY, JAXTTATiY, 8, 1002.
Out 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 xnak
George F. Schmale, Prop.
New PanitorKim Clvib.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed and Shoes Shined
Every Day for $1 Per Month.
Work for non-members-will receive prompt attention and
- will 1 e guaranteed satisfaction.
Coat and pants.
Steam cleaning and tlyeinj of all kinds done in the most up-to-date
and scientific manner, (joods called for and delivered.
zr-h nTTniMciV w-j 1900 Second Avenue Opp. Spencer Square
.!. Li UUlINori. I rTOp., Telephone Green 373.
Quality and make.
McCoy 6c Co., N. Y.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
1706 Second Avenue.
BKNUSrON S BLOCK.
It's Quality That Counts
t,- - I ' J UU
In Coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it, it
is quality that makes possible
consumption of 00 per cent of
the -combustible part of it, leav
ing' a light, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
bills you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unburnables. The coal
we handle both hard and soft de
serves nil the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
' Telephone 1133.
Sesrle A Marshal), Attorneys.
State of Illinois, f
Rock Island County. (
In tbe Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore
closure General No. 4S5!
Wmiam Atkinson, Helen I Atkinson. A. D
Hurting. John W. Df wa Peoples National
Hack, of hock island. Illinois
Notice I bereoy given tbat by virtue of a
decree of said Court entered In tbe bove en
titled cause oa the tirstday of worember. A D.
l'JOI. I shall, on Saturday, the ele'enih day of
January A. D 1802. at the tour of two o'clock
in the aftei noon at tbe east door of tbe Cour
House, In the ll'y of toes tslaDd. In aald
County of Ro'k Inland, to t atlufy said Decree,
sell at public vendue to tbe bih- t b'dder for
cash ttat certain parcel of Land, situate In
the County of Hock Inland and State of I'll
cola known and described as follows, to-w If
Lot no vne (I) la bloc No. two (j la that
prt of tbe city of Kock Il-nd known as and
called Howard's -ec rd ddUion. except the
west fifty O feet m aid lot. tituated 1. tbe
city rt Rock Is and In tbe county of Kock
Island. In t' e atata Illinois.
Dated at Rock fslnd. LLlcoIs, th! ninth day
of December. A.D 1901
KLWIJ E PASHnTIB
Master la Chancery. Rock Island County, IJ
SEA H.L.M AKSHAI,
Fstate of LIliU I Mott. deceased.
The ondersiirned navintr oeen appointed ad
mlnlstrator of the estate of LiliUI. Mott, late
of the county of Rock Island, state of mi'
nolo, deceased, hereby rives notice tbat be
will appear before tbe county court oi koch
Island county, at the county court room.
In the city of Rock Island at the Man b term,
oe the first Monday In Mareb next, at wbtcb
time all pernors bvtn claims acralcst said
estate are notified and requested to attend, fo
the purpose of having the same adjusted
All nersons Indebted to said estate are re
Quested to matt Immediate payment to the
Dated this ?7th dav of December. A. D. 1901
CaA&Lis L. Walku, Administrator.
Coat and vest. .
, . .25 cents
. . .60 cents
. . 60 cents
Pay Rent or 9
Home Co-Operative Co.;
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Will furnish you the money to
mv otT vour niortjiajje or buv a
liome in any locality, anil ;ive
you 16 years and 8 months to pat
it back at the rate of
$5.35 PEE MOUTH WITHOUT
In case of drath or total disability
a clear deed will le ;iveii. Strict
est investigation courted.
Organized May 17. 1001. Over t7.onn.mm bus
iness don-'. We are now on rating in'.Udif
fertnt states. All olllrrrs handling money
ar lonieil in th- IT s. Kiillit v antl fTuarai.t V
roumauv. l'lans and nrocedurecorvriehteii.
There are imitators springing up" who are
iniringing. Don t le uiisR-a.
Ilranrti OrHce: Math Itallillnr. over 1716
Swond A venae. Kork Island. 111.
Office Hours: s a. in. to 8 p. m. Sundays, S
p. ui.. to bp. m.
W. A. BRICGS, Manager.
Wednesday Night, Jan. 8.
New Set nlc Production
As Dramatized bv Cha. W. Chase.
Excellent fast of Characters.
lieautifiil Stae Settings.
SjK'cial Scenery for Every Act.
Magnificent" Electrical Effects.
Prices 'JSc. 50c. 75c. i.oo.
Reserved Scats Now on Sale at Lloyd's.
Thursday Evening, Jan. 9.
And Company, direction of Henri
Gressitt. presenting Wendell Allison
Uobart's adaptation of
Embracing the leading incidents In
the life oi that tantalizing actress,
who taught nobility the lesson of
A STItOXG CAST
Prices 25c to I..V). Seats on sale at Lloyd's.
Carriages may be ordered for 10-W p. in.
Searle & Marsh 11, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, I
Root Island County, f
In tbe Circuit Cou-t In Chancery. Fore
closure General No. 4917
J mes Balmer
Julia Phillips, Prank M Phillips, Clyde C.
Philip'. Aril" PhMlps, Maud Adam , Anna
N. r-hlll ps. Edward L). Pb lllp and D K. Mo
ber'y aid Fran S Cooi, administrators of tbe
est te of it. k Phillips, deceased.
Notice is nereoy iven uiat oy rtrtue of a
decree of said Court, entered In tbe above
entitled cause, on tbe twentieth day of No
vember, A. IX 1901, I shall, on Saturday, tbe
eleventh day of January. A. D.. lla.2. at
tbe hour of two o'clock In the after
noon, at tbe Et door of tbe Court
House, in the City ot Rock Island, In
said County of Rock Island, to swtisfr said
decree, sell at publio vendue to tbe highest
bidder for cash, tbt certain parcel of land
situate In the County of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described a
Tbe south Mi acres of te south wen quar
ter (H)of section twenty-two !) In town
ship number twenty J0) north racpe two (2)
east of tbe 4th Pr nclpl Meridian In the
ooun'T of rock Island and state of Illinois.
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, this ninth day
Of JUeoember, JL.U. 1001.
Klwiw B. PiRlTa,
Master In Chancery Book Island County, HL
- Cimplalnaut's sollcltora.
Oon't Be Fooled
Take tbe cacafara, arlftaa!
HOC XV MOUNTAIN TEA
Mad wnly by MllMn Mad
cina Ca., Mad'ss. Wto. I
keep yosi wall. Oar traH
mark cat " aarti art sea
Plica, 39 cewts. BSevar
Rich New York Politician De
feated for Con
gress. MONTAGUE LESSLES THE YICTOB
Democrats So Split as to Iusure Vic
cans. Xew Yerk, Jan. 8. Montague Less
ler (republican) in the election yvx-terdnj-
to fill the vacancy in "the
seventh congressional district, de
feated by a plurality of 394 votes
Perry Belmont (democrat), former
congressman and otherwise distin
Kichniom! comity (Slaten Island)
the island of homes, usually demo
cratic, defeated I'elmont by giving
Congressman-elect In-ssler 2,202 plur
ality, an unprecedented result. The
big- democratic plurality n Michael
C. Murphy's district was reduced to
almost COO .The party was otherwise
The District In Question.
The seventh congressional district
is made up of Kichmoud borough
(Stuten Island) mid thirty election
districts in the extreme lower end of
this city. There were five candidates
in the field Perry Uelmont, demo
crat; Montague Lessler, republican;
Christopher Ward, sicial democrat;
Fritz Lindinger, infleendent demo
crat, and .lohn K. Ilennett. Greater
New York democracy. The Jig'ures
I .in dinner 1?
I!clmoiit and Lessler were the chief
candidates, however. There was a
contest over the democratic nomina
tion between Mr. Belmont and Jo
seph K. O'Crady. each of whom de
clared himself to be the rcgularly
chosen nominee. .1 lis) ice Scott, of
the supreme court, decided in favor
of Belmont and O'Uradv and I.ind-
inger. who had announced himself as
an independent democratic candidate.
thereupon withdrew. Lindingcr with
drew too late to have his name
stricken front the officii:! ballot.
1901 A PROSPEROUS YEAR FOR
That the year 1!K1 lias, been a pros-
HTous one for the American farmer
is shown in the subjoined summary
of farm products and the review of
cotton and grain, furnished by the
The wheat crop is worth more than
last year by $.'O.OOO.ftno.
Live stock represents a value of
nearly $2.iO.()CO,0iM) more than that of
Other grains than wheat represent
is large a total this year as last, the
shortag-e in the yield of corn being
made up by the advance in price.
Potatoes are so high that the short
crop probably will return more mon
ey to the farmer than ever before.
Apples and other fruit are extra
The farm products of the I nited
States this year are doubtless worth
$400,000,000 more than last year's out
come. The cereals wheat, corn, oats, rye
and barley raised in the I nited
States during the past five years Vep
resent a value to the farmer of $.-
25O.00O.OO0. or vn increase of nearly
$1,000,000,000 over the preceding five
Cotton g-rowers have netted $4,000,-
000.0O0 more for the last five crops
(Hioi 'crop estimated) than for the
Taking 1S00 as a fair basis of values
during the late agricultural depres
sion nine staple crops for this year
represent an increase in value of
more than $700,000,000. Live stock
is worth $1,000,000,000 more than then.
During the last five years, agricul
tural exports have been $o:i8.000.0(0
greater than for the preceding five
tears, n train of 30 per cent, while ex
ports of manufactures have almost
doubled in value.
The grain trade for 1001 has fur
nished many surprises and unexpect
ed developments. They were a little
slow at first, but of steady pace Jat-
. , J I At.. A
er. speculation nas run inc g.numri
of extremes of dullness, activity and
shorter periods of excitement.
The year opened auspiciously. The
world's grain crops were of average
promise. Then little clouds of fore
bodings liegan to apjM-ar. The Argen
tine wheat crop was reliably rejorted
overestimated, which later events
proved to lw a fact. Karly estimates
of lOO.OOO.OOO bushels hail to le re
duced to 60.000,(MK). as against 110,000,
000 bushels in 18'JO and 100,000,000 in
Then disturbing intimations con
cerning developments of unfavorable
conditions f the French and German
wheat crops attracted attention, and
later, being- confirmed, enforced rec
ognition. These were the preludes to sulse
(iicnt exaggerated reports and a wild
sjieculation in wheat, led by Conti
nental market traders and others in
close sympathy. The overspecula
tion, however", was mined by its own
violence ami overreaching propensity.
Quite as disastrous Josses were also
WEDDED TO A PRINCE
San Francisco Girl Becomes "Wife of
David Ka AVanonika
San Francisco, 3 an. S. rrlnce David
Kawanonokon, of Hawaii. Monday
uiarrietl Miss Abigail Cnnipbell, of San
Jose. The ceremony was performed
by Archbishop Biordan. at the Occi
drntal hotel. Only a few relatives
uud friends were liresent.
The newly-wedded couple, accom
panied bj- (Lionel Sanmel 1'nrker, ex
premier of llawtiil, and his wife, moth
er of the prince's bride, departed yes
terday fcr AVnnblngton. Mrs. Cn'mp
bell, who was the widow of a million
aire Hawaiian planter, was married to
Colonel I'arker only a few days ago,
and the journey will be in the nature
of a double honeymoon trip.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
A bark has capsized at the mouth
of the river Bezerc. near Corunna,
Spain, and twenty-three persons, most
ly women, have been drowned.
William C. Trimble, a veteran horse
man and the patriarch of the Ameri
can trotting turf. Is dead at Newburg,
X. Y.. aged 70 years.
Charles Dean Kimball was inaugur
ated governor of Khode Island yester
day. Both branches of the Kentucky leg
islature have been organized and gone
Otto Sonnescheln, a Chicago man, la
charged with counterfeiting the labels
that distinguish high-priced liquor.
Fifty-one legislatures in the country
last year made ir.(HJO laws.
John (I. Sadlier. general manager
of the Springfield . Foundry com
pany, was shot and killed by John W.
Kenney. a discharged employe.
Mrs. J. W. Doane, widow of the late
John W. Doane, of Chicago, is dead
at Thompson. Conn.
Huntington, W. Va., will erect an
Ijso.ooo free library building, Carne
gie giving $2."i.mk of the cost.
A movement has Iteen started In
Liverpool to replace foreigners on
British ships by British sailors.
Krnest Wheeler and John Eckard
were killed and A. C. B. I.awes fatally
hurt by an explosion of powder near
Idaho Springs. Colo.
The house committee on census has
ordered .t favorable report on the bill
treating a permanent census bureau.
For Over fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used lor. children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
incurred in a coincident over specu
lating in ocean grain freight. When
the anticipated large demand for corn
was disappointed, rates declined from
:i to 5 cents a bushel, or a loss of ?.".
000 to $10,000 on an average cargo of
200.000 bushels, and in fine instance
$18,000 was said to have been paid to
cancel an engagement.
Reactions have been very feeble. At
the close of the year the lowest rates
were mostly nominal. Loadings have
been taken at ballast rates, in many
instunces. This demoralization has
induced consignments of wheat, flour.
eac., only to go further and fare
worse in meeting lower markets
The event of the year was the dis
aster to the American corn crop, a
loss of 70.000,000 bushels from the
early promise, and average crop pro
duction. About this time the oats
crop was also determined short, HH).-
7.7.0(H) bushels, against S00.000.000
bushels in As the conditions de
veloped prices tfiok wings. Market
relations were deranged and ultimate
ly combined speculative holdings of
trader and farmer arbitrarily control-I
ed product and price.
Crop estimates are always to be ac
cepted as approximations, and usual
ly as underestimates. Kstimated con
sumption requirements are to be tak
en with even more allowance than
crop estimates. Low prices and free
use, high prices and economy fir sub
stitution of other cheaper products.
are the normal relations of demand.
This is in evidence this year as
never before in the lessened demand
for corn and fiats for strictly feed
pnriioses. Besides ihe enormous
substitution of flour-milling offal for
feed, there has been a miserly saving
of any old product that could lie
Kverything pertaining to corn the
cob and the stalk, corn stalk shred
dings, etc.. . heretofore considered
wastage, even the mill sweepings that
formerly fed the furnnev--is now lx-ing-
used as a conglomerate feedstuff.
More recently, experimental feeding
of hogs on alfalfa shows greater
financial gain than was ever realized
in feeding corn.
On the theory that a penny saved
is a penny earned, the restricted con
sumption of corn. ami fiats, the last
six months, owing to high price, is
already reasonably estimated at 300.
000.0(H) or more (2(H),000.000 bushel
domestic consumption and 100.000,000
lessened experts). If this is to con
tinue it will materially offset thj
com deficiencies, anil it needs no
prophet to predict a material reces
sion in price.
Forecasting grain market rek'tio:is
must be based conservatively the
general law of cr p averar s. New
crop conditions At home and abroad
generally are very favorable. Just
at present speculation favors whc.it
on price and corn and oats on small
TOOK IN SMALLPOX
Church People Give Hand of Fel
lowship to Stricken
NOW IN A STATE OF MINI)
Fear of Unfortunate Incident of
Kevival of Abing
don. Abingdon, Ills., Jan. 8. Menibers of
the Christian church here, who a week
ago extended the right hand of fellow
ship to a convert and welcomed him
to the fold, are now In n state of mind,
for the convert. James Dickerson, has
been stricken down by smallpox. It
Is thought Dickerson contracted the
disease in Iowa. Returning from that
state two weeks ago he found a re
vival in progress in the Christian
"Vureh and wiMUMlily beconw a convert.
Immersed and Received.
At tne close of the week Dickerson
and ten other converts were immersed
tn the church baptistry and received
into the church. Following this a re-,
ception was given in honor of the con-"
verts and hundreds of people greeted
them. Twj days later Dickerson took
to his bed with what was at first sup
posed to be chicken pox. But it
Chicago, Jan. 8. Following are the open
ing highest, lowest and closing quotations
In today's markets:
Jan , 7!4; SO; 79H: 80
May, K3V8S3V HH.
July, 83;tJ3;a:Jx : 3S-
Jan.. ta: 63 v 63: 63.
Mar, 675S7S; 67H: 65: 67",;.
July. 66 v&e-; fc: txi; eeu.
Jan., 46: 46Vi: 46'4: 46.
May. 4t,a4i: 47: 4(iVi: 46.
July, 405j4lf ; 4H; 4; 41S -Pork.
Jan.. le.wi; 16.M; iso: ie.8i
May, IT.'iK; 17.25; 17.35; 17.J0; 17.27s.
Jan., 9.S2: 0.82: 9.W: 9.W1.
May, 8.1C9.90; U.K5; .0; 9.02.
Jan.. S.47; 8.47: 8.47: 8.47s.
May, 8.75-0 P.77; 8.80; 8.75; 8.77.
Receipts today: Wheat SO. corn 9.1. oats
90. Hops 45.ni. Ottie 1.1,500, sheep lb.ouu.
Hogs left over. 3.995.
linir market oiiened slow at vesterdav's de
cline. Unlit. So.7.X".30: mixed'and butchers.
t5.8flfr76.50; pood heavy, t.U5(a.6.55; rough
heavy, fe.ncx, e.-ti.
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market ojK-ned steady.
Union Stock vards. 8:40 a. m.
Hog market opened penerallv .V7?-10c lower.
T.teht. o.7iK&6.2d: mixed and butchers. t5.80
46.40; good heavy, t6.(k(u6.45; rough heavy,
Cattle market openeu quiet anu weat
Sheep market opened slow and weak.
Hoe market closed weak. Light, ?.6.VTf.
6.20: mixed and butchers. t5.8t6.40; good
heavv, te.nor76.4r: roupn heavy .tiu a a. 10.
Cattle market lor best closed SJjlOc higher;
others closed weak.
Sheep market closed slow.
Kstimated receipts Thursday: ' Wheat 25,
corn ICo, oats 100, hogs 40.000.
New York Stork.
Vtw York. Jan. 8.-The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. Hacinc eoi, sugar t;. a. com. as-.
gas 104. i'enna. 14!V B. & O. 105 C. K. I. &
1. 156 v C. M. & St. Paul 165i. Manhattan IWi,
l'aciric Mail47.. Atchison common ... W. U.
Tel. Co. WIS. N. Y. Central 165. L. & N.
106, IS. K. 1. 67Kt. i . v. fi. pia. p.'H. leatner
tiltl copper ,1H. Atcnison pia. 1111, u.
S. Steel pfd. H5S. U. S. Steel common S,
Missouri Paciiic net. Union Pacific common
lOlHi. coal and iron 64?.- Krie common 42.
C. & O. ... Wabash pfd 43?, tin can common
., tin can pfd ...
LOCAL. MAKKKT CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions. Live-
Stock. Feed and Furl.
Kock Island. Jan. 8. There was little
change today in the local market. Fairly
good roads and moderate weather have been
favorable during the past few days to the
placing of unusual quantities of farm pro
duce upon the market, but the demand has
kept pace and prices have not declined.
Following are today's quotations of local
Butter-Creatnerv 24c. dairv 20c to 22c.
EKg Fresh 26c. packed lc.
Poultrv Sprinc chickens 7c, hens 6, tur-
kevs 8c. ducks 7c. geese 7c.
Vegetables-Potatoes 90 to ac, onions n.75.
j. ruiLS Apples 1 L uui. t-."J fcw
Cattle Steers tt.OO to ?6.00. cows and heif
ers no to t.5o.
Hogs Mixed and nuicners o.ou to o.o.
I FEKl) AND FUEL.
J rain Corn 70c. oats 50c.
Korase Timothy hav 14 to 15. prairie hav
f 12, clover hay t!3."baled hay tl2 to t!3, baled
timothy tl3.oti. oat straw .
woou naru, per iuu
Coal Lump, per bushel 12c. slack, per
Site Read the 8lsnI.
There Is a romantic story about Lord
Kelvin's second marriage. In the ear
ly seventies he. then Sir William Thom
son, wns In West Indian waters, on
board his schooner yacht, the Lalla
.Rookli. As n recreation he took up the
question of simplifying the method of
signals at sea. He had been talking
of It at the dinner table of a friend In
Madeira, and the only apprehension
that seemed able to grasp It was that
of his host's daughter, a lady he great
ly but silently admired.
I quite understand it, Sir William,"
"Are you sure?" he questioned, half
doubtfully, "ir I sent you a signal
from my yacht, do you think you could
read it and could answer me?'
"Well, I would try," she responded.
"I believe I should succeed in making
-The signal was sent, and she did sac
coed In making it out and in transmit
ting tlie reply. The qustlou was,
"Will you tnarry mcr and the answer
The ocean is a huge spring, contain
ing not only salt, but many other min
erals, in solution. The Dead sea Js
charged with such elements almost to
saturation. Only distilled water is pure.
By distillation sea vrater Jtself is ren
dered drinkable; though not pleasant.
Practice Yohuat Preach
WE HAVE COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS
Of Union Made Shoes
TOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY.
Before purchasing inspect onr
Dougla.s 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. FOR RENT ROOMS.
WANTED A good cook at 749 Elm street. FOR RENT Two rooms tor light house-
! keeping. 1606 Second avenue.
WANTED A pirl for peneral housework.
Inquire at Wo Seventeenth street. FOR RENT-Two rooms. In suite, with or
... : : ; r without meals, at lite Fourth avenue.
WANTED A girl for general housework. !
Small family. Apply at 2845 Seventh ave- T7 , , , . ,
nue J l"J FOR RENT -Two large rooms furnished for
light housekeeping at llii Third avenue, a
WANTED First class dining room girl at :
the Windsor hotel, Moline. Must be ex- FOR RENT Room and board, with heat
perienced. and bath, for two gentlemen. At 1116 Sec-
WANTED A few bright, energetic ladies to
assist me in my business during their FOR RENT Furnished rooms with modern
spare moments. Good wages. Call or ad- conveniences, gentlemen preferred, at
dresH Mrs. Emma Kincaid, M9 Nineteenth ria Fourth avenue
avenue, Moline. 111. ;
::::: FOR RENT -Furnished rooms for light
WANTED MALE HELP. housekeeping: also nicely furnished sleep-
vv-vvv. ing rooms at 14(6 Second avenue.
WANTED Horse shoer. at Isaac Weaver's
Immediately. Milan. 111. FOR RENT Furnished front room with al-
cove, three large windows, bath, hot air
WANTED-First class white cook. Must be and gas. Apply at 2012 Ninth avenue.
sober and reliable. Windsor hotel, Moline. : :
,.r a vtt.c. . . ,, FOR RENT-Three unfurnished rooms for
WAFrD rfi a Vil n'vi light housekeeping. Two rooms upstairs
commission or salary. Address Quaker ad one on 'rond noor Annlv at r
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland, Twelfth street AlP'y al bl-
WANTED Active voung man: married and FOR RENT A large front room nicely fur
a resident of the city preferred. Good in- nished. steam heat, gas and bath, includ-
ducements to right party. Call at 301 ing first-class table board, at Mrs Shaab .
Twentieth street, room 2, between 4:30 and No. Vi2 Second avenue: telephone 13W.
6:30 p. m.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a FOR RENT HOUSES,
monev making specialty to the grocery --
and general store trade. Address Stand- FOR RENT S. S. Hull has several houses for
ard Manufacturing companv, Decatur. rent from 10 to .t0. Call at roomji, Mit-
I1L None but first-class men who can give chell & Lynde building.
bond need apply.
FOR SALE. Two cottages, have to be mov
ed ofi lot immediately. Inquire of Harris
WANTED TO RENT. Bros., 1121 Sixth avenue.
WANTED To rent a house of seven or FOR RENT New H-room house with all mod-
eitrht rooms between Seventeenth and em improvements, good location, rent
Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth cheap if taken soon. Gordon and Bowman.
avenues. Address "D," Argus.
- FOR RENT A 7-room house, good well and
cistern, fine cellar and summer kitchen.
WANTED POSITIONS. f9 per month. Inquire at 8401 Ninty ave-
W ANTED Work in private family or quiet PU"
boarding house by married lady for her- for RENT House of four rooms and sum
self and husband's board. Good refer- mer kitchen, newly papered, good cellar,
ence. Address "1. 17." care Argus. large yard, to small family. Apply at 11 10
Third avenue. (
WANTED -MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT 815 Twentv-third street: room?.
citv water, rent if 10 V per month. Will put
WANTED A coupleof rooms with board for same in good condition. Kev at oftice of
three, in a desirabie location. Address Goldsmith & McKee.
"L. 29.'' Argus oftice.
: FOR RENT Six-room house, just completed.
WANTED Anv person who will distribute All modern conveniences. Hot and -cold
circulars for "3 dailv should address Stan- water, heat and light. Located 1115 Nine-
dard company, 4 Wells, Chicago. Steady teenth street. Apply T. E. Vletch, Harper
position. No canvassing. house.
WANTED Work in upholstering, cabinet FOR RENT -A 7-room house No. 2K3 Fifth
making and repairing of all kinds. Work and-a-half avenue. City water and cistern,
called for and delivered and satisfaction convenient for arsenal or street car em
puaranteed. Also manufacturer of Easy ploves. Apply to C. E. Hodgson's Insur
Bricht furniture polish. Callon or address ance office, room 3, Buford block.
ti. V. Christ, 2119 Fourth avenue. Give -him
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Only vv
eight weeks required Practical experi- FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres of
ence expert instructions, etc. Positions land for sale in South Heights at a bargain,
guaranteed graduates. Can earn scholar- Reidy Bros.
ship. loard. tools, and transportation if .
desired. Catalogue mailed free. Moler FOR SALE Cheap. If taken soon, one or
Barber college, Chicago, 111. both of two adjoining lots on Fifteenth
: street. Easy terms. A. Rush & Co., room
WANTED An established wholesale house. 6. Buford block.
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo. FOR SALE - Lots in Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
MicrrrrAvrniTS. avenues between Fifth and Seventh
Sil!35ix3txlS: streets, are 42x125 feet with 20-foot allev.
WANTED Stark nursery pavs cash weekly and nine feet of good rich soil lying on
if vou sell Stark treesT Louisiana, Mo.; limestone rock An abundant supply of
rUntriiio - - pure water can be had at a small expense
uanvuxe. im. x. y drilUng 3,, feet through the soil and
MEN-Our catalogue explains how we teach rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
the barber trade in eight weeks; mailed trees set 20 feet apart along the curb If
free. Moler college. Chicago. 111. J'ou are interested in a cheap building lot.
J the price and terms that these lots are ot-
FOR TRADE Five-room house and lot In fered for w ill suit you. Call or address S.
Milan for team or tenant farming outfit J. Woodin. 922 First avenue.
Price WHO. Address Box 1658, Milan, 111 for SALE If vou intend to build a nice
IF YOU WISH vour monev to earn a higher ome..1" fe.sprin' Pase investigate the
intfrest than is laid bv savings beautiful lots we have in Highland park,
banks can on Marion E weenev altor- This is the most desirable residence ir-
jri S Mitrhpll I vnTie rmiidini? tion of the citv. It is almost certain the
JJVS,rf 83-35, Mitchell- Lynde building, Tri,ity Kailway company will enter this
lsiauu. district within a short time. These lots
lolo Second avenue, xeiepnone 4m. building lots: all 50x140 feet. Apply to
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent Ooldsmith fc McKee.
anything, engage helpor secure a situation 1
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can
do it for you. Mail wants are popular and FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Mail wants bring results. One-half cent --v
per word is the price to all alike, cash in FOR SALK A small horse and a good spring
advance. S-cent stamps will do. Evening wagon cheap at 220B Third avenue.
and Sunday Mall. Moline, 111.
, .vtt. -.,, FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years'ex other lines of business. Eastman & Co..
perience places us in a position to give you 171414 Second avenue
valuable Information along lines that will I'Htt frecona avenue.
assure vou success. Ask for free letters . ,. . , , , ,
of information and bulletin of daily pap.rs POR SALE-The entire household gooes of
that pav. We also start responsible par- Mrs J H. Kreugt-r will be sold at auction
ties in the mall order and agency supply Thursday. Jan. 9, at 1 p. m. sharp, at 2427
business. Lord Carver. Racine. Wis. tourth avenue.
FOR SALE A first-class second-band house
LOST AND FOUND heating boiler, self-feeding. Can be used
for steam or hot water heat. A bargain to
LOST A Diamond and sapphire ring with parties having use for it. Allen, Myers &.
steel setting. Lost at Rock Island arsenal. ij0.
A reward of 150 will be paid for its return
to this office. FOR SALE About twenty loads of good
hard wood suitable for anv stove or grate.
LOST-A White French poodle answering to price frt.&O to5 per load. Address or applv
the name of "Dick." Finder will be liber- to B. Redeker, Milan, I1L Orders promptly
allv rewarded by returning him to 21C9 tilled.
FOR SALE A complete bookkeeping schol-
un-wirvrnTnAw arship with the International Correspona-
ence schools. WiU sell at less than cost at
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any club 1 rate Cash or monthly payment.
kind of security. Also choice property for Address A S3. Argua office.
ale or rent. W. , Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, op stairs. answers TO WANT ADS.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at iswRTtTtTfoi
lowest rates. Marion E. Sweeney, attor- n .fi fi. H an v -v v P " -Ti
ney, rooms S3-35. Mitchell Lynde build- ..f" 15 s U' W s- ' u"
ing. Rock Island.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds, FLORISTS,
watches, jewelry, hardware, musical in-
struments. bicycles, clothing, dry goods, HENRY C1AET.1E Prnn
furniture, etc Highest cash prices paid 11AX UAXJ, rop.
for second hand goods of all kinds also. Chippiannock Nursery.
The above goods for sale at half the usual "
Btore prices. All business transactions
strictly confldentlaL His new number and fjtH Flowers and Designs of all
location, lb Second avenue. Don't forget 0 ,
tt J. w. Jones. Two rings on 1347. kinds. City store, 1807 Second avenue.
MAGNETIC HEALING-Mlss Dorothy Den- ROCrC ISlZUld ROOilnCI COmDanY,
ton. magnetic healer and palmist. Rooms .
M and 52, McCuiiough block, Davenport. Incorporated.
Hours 1 to 5. and 7) to 9 p. m. ,..or, , , .
: CHAS. H.SGEN, President.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clalryoy- n, A roofs r-nair-d roof naintinc
ant, tells you the past, present and future ula rooIS rcpairea, rooi painting-,
correctly. Tells vou everything pertain- old style gravel roofing1 put on
ine to business, marriage, divorce, love . Triloba nioj
affairs, sickness, death, accidents and DJ our xnecnanics.
evertbingof interest. One call will prove phone 1373. 221 Twentieth Street
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to 10 p. m. 706 Fourth avenue. in tne rear,
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