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"THE AltGTJS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 22, 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
esting1 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 fitting1, proper looking shoe for ladies and gents
should be. Our school fchocs are the best wearing shoes that
leather and workmanship can make.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
VVednesay, Jan. 22.
First lime In Kock Island.
THE WELCOME FAVORITE
Irrsented by a perfect company of
Iilavt-rs. t'oinplete scenic environ
ment. Bewildering mec uuuic;i 1
liimt;'' in livery I.ino and
Lines are C1om Together.
, 3Tc. ami 75c.
seals at Lloyd's.
YcF.nSrw A McEnlrj. Attornejs
S taie of Illinois,
Rock Island Cuonty. t
In th Circuit Court. In Chancery.
till jn General No. 4.
Frark McGtn'y. Julia MeGInty. A errs Me
G.nty, i boui MctJiniy Jchn c-ilrity, ' lia
Krnes. Jthn Knme.. m:cd- McGlnt. Mar
garet McCarthy. Uu irdii j of Julia tCjuucn aad
j n i fc i "-f l
fotme is bereoy given that by virtue of J
decree of said Court entered in the .Dove en
tlt'ed cause oi theelgb'.e-nth day of Jaauar.
a. l. lie-'. I thai), on Wednesday, tee nine
teentb day t-t February. A. D 1602, a the
hour of tw o'clock In the afternoon at the
Norfi doir of the Court, uocse, ! the t l'y ot
Mr ok ls!atd, in said Coon y of Ro-k island, as
directed by vaid decree, sell at public auciln
to tbe bUb-fel and best odder for cun tLl
certain parcel of land, situate In the 'cuuty
of Kock Island n i staie of Illinois, known
and described as follows, to-wlv.
The 'west hlf -i) t Hii north West qur
tr of Secti m itiree (1) In Townsn'p - en
irin 1171 North -f KaDKeoae Est of tb-
4th frl- cipal 'triJian n uatcd In the Cun.y
of Hoc Inland a d Stat of Illin is.
Dated at itock Islono. Ililoois, tbm eighteenth
day of Jaoua y, A l '
ELWIS B PABMTtR.
Master In Chincery Kock Island County, IJ
M"EN I RT &. McESIBT.
Complinariv m1 ttltors.
Maater a ea.
E II. Guyer, Attorney.
State of Illinois,
Ri- IUnd County. (M
1 he Kock Inland Muuil Hull" lng Loin and
Mary A. K utter, Thomas C. Nutter. Andrew
P Snyder and Annit Kay Si der.
In the CI cult Csun. In Ibanccry. Fore
cNure Genera' Nj. 4ft.
Notice In hereby given thai by virtue of a
dcre of saia Courv entered in the alxK e en
titled cause, ' n th Mne'eenttt dyt-fJtv
ber. a . U.. 1'jOI. 1 sbatl, on Saturday, the flf
ticnlbdiy of February. A. D, lCi, at tbe
pout o' to o'cloc in the afternoju. at the
N rth'do t of th- Crurt House In tn City
of Kock Island. In sid County of hck M
:ind, to satl-fy said d-'e. sell at public v-n-due
io tbe hitrtet bidder for cah 'bat ce'
tain prcel of land situate i toe County or
hock island, and -tateof Illinois, I-no an and
d-torl'ed s follows, to-wit:
Lo- Ft M.') in Book 0"e Hu&rd and
Seventy (' it 'Be Town f Kat fctiiin a
fthowo and delnated oi th Flat of fuid
Town o Ka' Molioe recorded In tbe Keeoid
fr' Ofiifie of said noc 1'and Oun.j In Bio
of Flats n pkcs M to 31 thereof. 1 uatfd
lithe Ccunij of Kock Iilstid ad state of
1 11 r ois
La'ed at R-ck Is'and. Tllln-K th!s E'ght
eenih daof JanuaT. D.lii
Ki.win . rAdMtSTEB.
Hit er In Ch' ncery. iujck island County.
E. II GnriK, Complainant's Solicitor
An niiutecrauice aotui
Estate of MI -hael Donahue, deceased.
fa anderairned oavinK oeen ft;p oted ao
(Blnlstralor of tbe estate of Michael lna
Lue late of the county of Rock lsicd, ttate oi
Illinois, deceased, hereby lve notice thai bi
will appear before the eoanty court of Ko 1
Island couary, at the count; eourt room. If
the city of Kock Island, at the March tens
on tbe tint Monday in March oext, at whlcl
time all persons baying claims against aaf
estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having tbe same adjusted
! persons Indebted to said estate are r
CTucd to make immediate payment tottc
1 erl ?nd.
Dated tbiifih day of January. A. D. ltr-i
'. MettMMY, idmlrlttatrr.
Fslate of Feter Goltstnann, dceated
The undersigned baving oeen appointed
eterutnt of lte ast will and test.ment of
Feter Go'Umtto, late of the county ol Kock
jataud, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
rives notice that hbe will appear befotc
the county court of Rock Island county, at
tbe county court room. In tbe city of Kock Isl
and, at tbe Mareb term rn tbe first Mon
day In March next, at which time all per
sons bavlng claims against said estate are cc-
tlneid and requested to attend, ror the purpose
of having tbe same adjusted.
A U persons Indebted to raid estate ae re
quested to make immec.lt te paymsnt to tbe
Dated this Sib day of Janjary. A D. 1W2
Fashah Gottsmans. Erecut tr.
Poi.t 6e Fooled
Taa tbe acuiCt, r;:ial
AOCXY MOUNTAIN Tt
Made only by Madtxt M
cine Co., Mad ifyi- Wis. C
keera you e!l. Oat trta
enark cut " erf 9ctLac
Prtc. at Cot. f yac cm"
:b tuu. iLce m
1 PJ xfi
that you are looking for,
you will lincl it at
1909 Second Avenue.
Clothes Cleaned and Press
ed and Shoes Shim-d Every
Day for 1 IV r Month.
We also do all kinds of
steam cleaning, pressing,
ED. DUBINSKY. Prop..
Telephone Green 373.
Pay Rent or9
Home Co-Operative Co.,
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Will furnish you the money to
pay otT your mortgage or buy a
home in anv locality, and give
you 16 years and i$ months to pay
l ack at tin? rate oi
In case of death or total disability
a clear deed will le riven. Strict
er investigation courted.
OrRanized Mav IT. uml. Over T.O0O.niO bus
iness done. We are now on ratine; in -JO dif
ferent atatt'K. All ofllrers hauUliup money
are borule.l in the L". S. Fidelity and Guaranty
company, l'lana and procedureiojiyriKlited.
There are imitator .springing up who are
infringing- Uon l be misled.
Itr-.tnrti Otlire: .Math ltulldlnr. over 1716
Seroud Avenue. IZork Island. IIL
Office Hours: a. in. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 2
p. m. to fJ 1. m.
W. A. BRIGGS, Manager.
THK TKiVKLERS" GUIDE.
CIIIOAtl . K -CK JsSLANU
A Paclfio hallway Tiokets
eun be purchased at City
T enet offloe. lsl Second ave
nue, or O . R L iP. depot
corner Fifth avenue and 'lulr
Frank II ltumner, aent.
EAST. I WERT
(cover Um.ud St Utuha.. 't am: am
Fu Worth. Denver & K C it 5:C5 aai 10:35 pm
M'nneapolis t 50 am, fr:lt) pm
Omaha & Des Moines 't :U0 ar 11:20 pm
iOmaba & MIr.neapoils.... u:i am am
Omana& Llcco:n 7:SS am llrj) pm
r-s Moines & Unaba ll:ft6 pm tl0:: pm
Denv-r. Uno- In & Omaha. 2:40 am t :.0 am
Des Moint-s Ki p rests JlilS pm t 82 am
st. Paul .li.neapoiis m T i pm
Denver, Ft Worth & K. C. 6:00 axtni i pm
IKa sasClty. t JoeADenv 11:10 pm t :'M am
;ock Island & Washington U:f0 am t 3:2?) pm
CblcaKO & Des Moii es t 2: '5 pm t 8:20 pm
Kock Island &. Brooklyn ac h:35 pm t 7:40 am
jmaha & hock Island . 8:10 pm ilO Xi am
tObicatfoA Dtrennon It 7:00 pm
arrTal. t'-eorture. JDaUy, except oun-
dav. IDally, except Saturday. All others
dally, l elephone 113 and 1421.
BCRLINOTON ROUTE C.
H. & Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second avenue and Twea
M. J. YOUNG.
6 29 am 8ur)5 am
2:25 pm 12:01 pm
7:15 pm 7:25 pm
t":s pm t7 25 pm
Hi:; 5 am
7H)" am fl:h5 am
7:05 am :1 am
1 7:ff pm am
at. Louis apnus'Uid
Peoria, Quincv. oales
burK and ateriing
Peoria. Heardatown. Bur-
lirgton, Denver and
St. Louis, Kansas City
Denver and Pacluc
Coast t la Galesburg . . .
Sterling and points In
termediate (East Moilne (suburban)..
4t L, lener and west
Clinton and buque ....
Davenport and Clinton . .
Clinton. Dubuque, La
Crosse. 1 1 Paul, Minn
rj we t a-d N W
Dal y. Daily exeppt Sunday
RO.'K ISLAND ft PKOBIA
Kal way. Depot First avenue
and 'twentieth street. M. A
Patteison. ireneral nraeDier
fa.ROlTTE' C. K I & P. (Moilne avenue)
V, lff d'potten (10) minutes earlier
v" c than time riven.
R I. Gorr. Aceft
P-o-la. sprt- Kil-id.
8.05 ta 10 20 pm
Peoria, Sorlngfleld. (rdiai.
lngton. at Louis
Peoria. lndanpolis. Cin-
rin'atl liloouiintf ion. ...
b is am
r-b rraru Aecommodail n
Cable & -her-ard iccim.
Ca"l A hrra-d Acom.
'1 r na ujar-i. O are Oalijr au OMiefl eauy
KJ & St. Paul K.Hway. D.,
k. La N. W. passenger sta
tion at loot or beventeenin
atreeu George W. Wtod,
sir tis ,
sgect. Tbe trains for Du
buque and points north tun
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freepore aid Milwaukee wlilrun
via Uavenoort. Clinton and Savanna.
11 trains w ll connect at savanna for point
Caat ard Wft
I 1.KVI I AHBIV
Dubuque and at Paul Pas
Dubuque and At Paul Pa
nger Milwaukee Bxpress
Freeport x press
10 15 am
0 15 pm
4r cm I
All trains dally except ounday.
IIow Are Your Kidneys f
Dr. nobbs'BparagtisPlIlsctireall kidney Ilia Sam
ple tree. Add. btriiug beiueu Co t tut ago orU.t.
GROWTH OF RELIGIOUS DENOMINA
; TIONS DURING 1901.
The following table has been prepared showings the growth of re
ligions deiioniiiial ions fluring- l'JOl:
Membership, flrowth During1 ,
KcljgioiiK liiwly. 1902. 1U01.
Rim:in Catholic : . 9,138,741 4C8,08.'J
I'rotcstaiit Episcopal 741.090 31,341
Disciples of t'hrist 1.179,541 29.539
Southern ltaptist 1.C74.10S 2fi,112
African Methodist 098,354 22.S92
Colored Ilnptist 1,590,802 1S.14G
Methodist, North 2.762,091 IfiJOO
Presbvtcrian. North 999.815 10..TS2
Christian Scinetist ; 48.930 13.9S0
Lutheran Ceneral Synod 204.908 4.500
Con gregat ion a list 034.835 3.473
Haptist, North 1,005,013 .3,039
All Denominations 28,090,037 730.027
"Sporting IJfe." an English drama,
introducing n number of exciting sit
uations new to the stage, was the
offering at the Illinois last evening,
and there was an audience of good
proportions out to witness it. The
play, as a whole, seemed to be highly
The play opens with a scene rep
resenting Lord Woodstock's train
ing stables at Newmarket. .England,
which shows half a doen spacious
stalls on either side of a commo
dious court yard. Each is occupied
by a restless thoroughbred, st a Hill
ing and pawing about, eager for the
lime to come when he shall be call
ed upon to test his speed and en
durance on the neighboring track.
Stable boys tlit to and fro admin
istering to the wants of the, whole
of the noble steeds, as they under
stand them, and together with the
crowd of visitors who here begin with
the unfol ling of the plot, the scene
is one of the must realistic and ani
mated conceived by The clever dra
matist. In act two are several distinct
changes of scene, and so rapidly are
they executed that the action
never flags for an instant, and yet
every change is made in total dark
ness. The last scene of this act is
the reproduction of the ancestral
home of the W'oodstocks. taken
from the famous painting, "The Day
of Ueckoning." It is a massive
scene in construction and wonderful
ly beautiful in execution.
The three scenes of the third act
are each of a most elaborate de
scription. -The first, earl's court ex
hibition by night, showing the va
riety of buil. lings, booths anil pic
tures, contrivances ' of this famous
resort, all brilliantly illuminated
and patronized by people in evening
dress, being a triumph of stage illn-
ion mid in a twinkling all this is
transformed into an exterior view of
the ground.' to the amazement of ihe
Act four starts in a lifelike pic
ture of the famous old Covent (Jar-
den anil finishes in the interior of
the National Swrting club, a repro
duction correct in the smallest detail.
A stage crowded with people par
ticipate in this scene, wherein is
given a genuine boxing bout in a
regulation 24-foot ring, with all the
appurtenances of such affairs. The
announcer's platform to the right
with Ihe distinguished guests, train
ers, seconds, bottle-holders and time
keepers hovering about the ring, all
together producing a most spirited
and 'sensational picture.
Three magnificent scenes are re
quired to complete the story in net
five. Thev are all laid adjacent to
the historic Epsom Downs race
course, and the curtain falls on the
winning of the classic Derby by
Lndv Love." this being the closing
weakens the body and de
grades the mind. It saps
the nervous strength that
is the source of all health,
and perverts the functions
of every organ. Because
of its stubborn nature, it is
often called incurable. Thi3
is not true. There 13 one
medicine that never fails to
check the nervous spasms
and give new strength to
the entire system.
Our baby boy had epileptic spasms
and the physicians were unable to do
anything to help him. We heard of
Dr. Miles' Nervine, and from the time
he took the first dose he never bad
another attack," Mrs. J. Tenner,
459 N. Meridian Ave, Anderson, Ind.
' Dr. Miles'
illays ricrvous irritation,
stops spasms, restores di
gestion and mental vigor.
Sold by drugjiots on Cuarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind.
i j,... .'ram:
scene of the many featured play.
At the Illinois this evening Thall
fc Kennedy's scenic production of
"Von Yonson." will hold the stage.
Of all the dialect plays produced
since the days of Emmet, none has
achieved such substantial and en
during success as "Yon Yonson," a
Swedish dialect comedy, which por
trays a phase of contemporaneous
life. This season the main role is
being played by Knute Erickson.
The central figure is a raw Swedish
emigrant, and the plot, hinges upon
his career in the lumber caniH of
the northwest. Mr. Erickson is said
to be a pleasing comedian and his
dialect is mellow and amusing. His
rapid rise from the uncouth woods
man to a man of affluence and emi
nent respectability and the discovery
of his long-lost sister in an accom
plished young "'society girl, are the
principal dramatic events of the
play. Th scene ry is said to com
mand special attention. The repro
duction of a lumber camp and the
exciting log jam scene are faithful
pictures. The company is said to be
a capable one and embraces Annie
Mack ISerlein. Beatrice Norman, E. .1.
Mack, (ieorgie I'.ryton. I'.elle Cold. K.
(!uy Spangler. Harry Maynard. Syd
ney Craven and Charles Hubbard. A
special feature of the preformance
is the appearance of Ihe lumber
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The sicainship Ting Suey, which
has sailed from Taciima fur the Orient,
carried a, cargo valued at $7n7.!."7.
Alderman John Mlnwegati was In
jured in a scuffle with three men
who in he attempted t arrest in front
of his house at Chicago.
Edward Evans, of Camp Lake. Wis.,
walked Into the Chicago health depart
ment otlice while suffering with small
pox. The Chicago l"et Stock show Is lu
full swing at the Coliseum.
ltecause the privilege has been
abused hunting in Indian Territory has
J. Y. I'lunkett. veteran regular army
soldier, was booked to die soon, but has
cu:; lied up a bayonet point and will
Senator tlallinger he introduced a
bill prohibiting vivisection in the flate
trict of Columbia.
The hotel at the llambleton lumbar
camp, near Davis, V. T.t., burned and
seven men lost their lives, s.
Some miscreant tried, but failed, to
burn Shinnstou. W. Vn. No clew.
Airs. Addie Ii. Kichardsou Is on trial
at riattslnirg. Me., for the murder of
A !r."0,()x lire occurred Sunday morn
ing at Perry, O. T.
The seventeenth 'annual convention
of the Illinois Society of Engineers aud
Surveyors Is In session ot Jolict.
The French chamber of deputies, by
miunimous vote, indorsed the action of
the ministry In refusing to Interfere
in the Boer war.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
The C, 15. & Q. Kailwny company
will have on sale .Tan. 21st, Feb. 4th
and ISth homescekers tickets at one
fare plus $2.00 for the round trip,
good twenty-one days from date of
sale, for the principal points in the
south, west and north.
You Can Depend 1'pon tbe Word of This
Rock Inland Citizen.
lie has had the experience.
He has thoroughly tested the arti
lie found it ai represented.
He corroborated the opinions of
scores in Hock Island.
Isaac Shifter, of 529 Fifteenth
street, employed in the Moline Gas
works, says: "There was a dull,
heavy pain in tbe small of my back
continually, and after stooping it
was all 1 could do to straighten tip
again. There was always too fre
quent action of the kidney secre
tions,, which was very annoying, es
pecially through the day. I saw
Donn's Kidney Pills advertised in
our paper and I procured a box from
Marshall & Fisher's drug store. Af
ter a short treatment the dull ach
ing pains left me, my back felt
stronger, and the. kidney secretions
were restored to their normal condi
tion. ' I know of others who had a
similar satisfactory experience with
Donn's Kidney Pill's."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milborn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the name Doan'a and
take no substitute. '
Many great men have been poor spell
ers. Orthography does not mate the
man.1 New York WorM.
LUNATIC AT LARGE
Dangerous Man Causing Terror
. " in Three Michigan
SEAE0HHJ3 TOE FRANK BOLT
Officers Patrolling Highways, Dut
St. .Tosepii. Mich.. .Ian. 22. Officers
In three counties Berrien. Cass and
Vart Burcn are searching for Frank
Bolt, an escaped violent lunatic from
tthe Kalamazoo asylum. He Is the
fourth- Inmate wirbJn three months to
escape from that instiution. When he
was found missing the asylum author
ities immediately inaugurated a care
ful search in the surrounding country,
but they failed t. find him. Bolt was
seen later to enter th; burn of Chas.
Knapp. four miles east of Dowairiae,
and it few moments later the huildiiiK
was discovered on Are and burned to
l'atrolllnir the Highways.
Although all country tiighwaya were
being patrolled by the authorities. Bolt
continued on his Journey toward BeT
rlcti county. A farm barn ten miles
ficm iMwagl.ic was burned to the
ground late on Friday night and it Is
believed that the insane man fired the
building. Bolt was next seen Sunday
In Brown township, four miles east of
Benton Harlior. He entered the house
of Calvin Illghee. but before the au
thorities could be notified he made good
Chicago, Jan. i! -Following are the open
ing highest, lowest and closing quotations
In today's markets:
Jan., 75.; TH!': T.'.S: 781'.
Mav, 7S("'TU: 70',: TV ; 79i.
July. TVS; 7fc; 7J; 7VH.
Jan., fiO'g; 60: ou-,.
May. eisfotH!: H!i-: 7i: 64HS.
July, bfeiMit; 61'a : CI .
Jan.. 4.W :45-: ibH : 4i-.
May. 4;,(Ti4tV ; 4iH: -tj-. : W4
July, 404&MIK; ; u', ;3?,; 40?,-.
Jan.. 16.20: ifl.:o: 18.20: nv-M.
Mav. .67f.l.7'2: 10.75; 1K.50: 10.55.
July, 10. Oft: 10.6."; IB. 55: lti.00.
Jan., 9.30; fl.no; P.SO: 9.30.
Mav. V.SttftV.fa: 9.55-: 9.45: P..50s.
J uly , S.OOV.&i; U.tio-; 9.55; a.OOs.
f.30; 8.30; 8.30: 8.30.
H.57: 8.57: 8.50: 8.52.
8.70: 8.70; 8.1k'; 8.65.
Receipts today: Wheat 22. corn P3. oats
121. Hogs 55.UI0. cattle 19.500, sneep 17.UX).
Hops left over. iv.tM.
Hon market oiieneU 10c lower. Light. $5.656e
6.10: mixed and butchers, .".:" 5.35: good
heavy. .YPOfr.e. 40; rough heavy, o.!i04iU.u.
Cattle market opened slow
Sheep market 0eiied steady.
Union Stock yards. 8:40 a, m.
Hok market opened slow. 15c lower. Light,
$5.tO(6.10: mixed and butcheis. t5.8Unio.S5:
good heavy. 45.UOiiO.40; rough heavy, f5.9o&
The cattle market owned steady.
Beeves. Ki.bO'iT.SO: cows and heifers, ?l.40ftf 4. 55;
Texas steers. J4.HXiiJ5.25; stockers and feed
Sheep market opened steady
Hoir market closed weak at early decline.
Light, 5.0tc0-10: mixed and butchers. t-YioHg;
f.a.'i: good heavv, 5.0Ugb.4O; rough heavy,
Cattle market closed slow dui weaK.
Sheep market closed strong.
Kstimated receipts Thursday: Wheat 20,
corn 80, oats no, hogs 4S.ooo.
New York Stocks.
Vow York. Jan. 22. The following are the
closing Quotations on the New York stock
So. I'acmc fsT. sugar r;. a: a. com. m.
gas 100 V i'enna. 148H. H. i; O. 102. C. R. I. &
H. 15a. C. M- & St. Paul 11V Manhattan ISO1,.
Pacific Mail 48. Atchison common 75"i. W. U.
Tel. Co N. Y. Central 10t. L. & N.
U64. H. R. T. 00. R. D. ti. ptd. 81. leatner
pfd. 80'. copper dt, Atchison pld. 90'. U.
S. Steel pfd. 94V4. U. S. Steel common 42S.
Missouri Pacitic 100?. Union Pacific common
1ihi4. coal and iron 02Hi. Erie common Ji'H.
Wabash pfd Jlli. tin can common
LOCAL. MARKET COXUfTIOXS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions. Live
Stof k. Keed and FueL
Rock Lsland. Jan. 22. Following are today's
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 24c. dairv 20c to 2lc.
Eggs Fresh 25c, packed 19c.
Poultrv-Spring chickens 7c, hens 6. tur-
kevs 9c. ducks 7c. geese 7c. -
Vegetables -Potatoes 90 to ac. onions i..o.
turnips 40c. .
r ruits Apples jt:r uui. t j.ju l t..w.
Cattle Steers tl.00 to W.00. cows and heif
ers 2 oo to 4.50.
Hogs Mixed ana uutcners jo.no to o..
Sheep-Yearlings or over, per c'!.- 3 to
Feed and FaeL
Grain Corn 68c. oats 4'.'c.
vnrai.-Timotii hav ii to lis. prairie hay
112. clover hav 13. baled prairie tl2 to 13,
baled timothy t!3.50. oat straw s.
Wood Hard, per loao ri.au.
Coal Lump, per bushel 12c. slack, per
bushel 7c. .
Don't Live Together.
Constipation and health never go
together. DeWitt s Little Larly las
ers promote easy action of the bow
els without distress. "I have been
troubled with costivencss 0 years,
snj-s J. O. Greene, Dcpauw, Ind. "I
have tried many remedies, but Little
Early Risers give best results. or
sale by all druggists.
Subscribe for Tbe Artrnn.
I know of Dothlctr befer than
jcur Olo'ment for tu ii a3M5tlon ".
Mri. J I O nmn, Sruwuwoo
Urown Co., Texas. .. -
. quickly TN 1
rliTa and aoralf -v
earc akin Heaa. tt
J, It trout jiiur mit. tOc a TV
f-- bo i by Miail, pollid. v
IIKISKLLL'M HOAP V
J Bitkeaa LaauUfal compleiiaa. Seta.
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Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes
To clean up all winter odds and ends of lots, we
make the following extremely low prices dur
ing January :
Ladies' Shoes in Welts, Turns and MeKav's, all leathers, values, $2.60
to 3.50, this sale.
Men's Shoes in Patent, Colt, Velours
A lot of Child's sample Shoes, worth up to $1.50, sizes 9-10-13, this sale 75
One lot Men's Work Shoes (con";.) worth f 1.25, this sale 89
One lot Women's warm lined Shoes,
Men's Rubbers 49c Ladles Rubbers 28c
One-quarter oft on all Children's Shoes in stock to make room for a
new line. Remember, J off on everything.
Opposite Harper House.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED-Harnessmakers. S. K. & J.
McConnell company, Uurlington. Iowa.
WANTED A young man ot ability to act as
"E. D. it.." care of Argus.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or saiarv. Aaaress tjuaicer
Oil ana Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED Itoilermakers and locomotive
machinists. Exyierienced men. No strike.
M. E. Hotchkiss, superintendent, Chicago
WANTED A large number ot men exper
ienced in running noor macninerv oi an
kinds. Steadv emplovment at good wages.
Address. Wheeler. Osgood & Co.. Manufac
turers Doors, Sash &c. Tacoma. Washing
ton. WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making sjiecialtv to the grocery
and general store, trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing companv. Decatur,
111. Nbne but nrst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Dining room girl at Dan's restau
rant. 1C12 second avenue.
WANTED A good strong girl tor house-
wors at nji r ourtn avenue.
WANTED A competent girl for general
nouseworic at ivrw fcigntn avenue.
WANTED Four young ladies, nice appear
ance, to advertise, l or particulars call at
Kock Island house.
WANTED TO RENT.
rooms for light
F 23." this omce.
WANTED To rent a house of seven or
eient rooms between Seventeenth and
Twenty-flfth streets aud Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," Argus.
WANTED Dressmaking to do at home.
Satisfaction guaranteed, l.ood tit. Call
at lyltt Fifth avenue.
WANTED Dressmaking. Will sew by the
cav or at home. I'ru es reasonable and
satisfaction guaranteed. Leave orders at
5ii Thirty-tlrst street. "Phone 5182 Green.
WANTED Merchant having small set of
books can have them written up by an ex
perienced bookkeeper for moderate
charges. Address "W. 31," care Argus
WANTED - MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
If vou sen sitaric trees. Louisiana, &io.;
Danville, N. Y.
WANTED Any person who will distribute
circulars lor ro uauv snouid address stan
dard company. 4 Wells. Chicago. Steady
position. No canvassing.
WANTED Experienced canvassers to sell
Rem mop wringers. Best wringer on tne
market. Popular price. Good seller. Call
on or address J. C. Thomson. Carse build
ing. Rock Island.
WANTED An established wholesale house.
recentlv Incorporated, extending business,
deslres'to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary 100 per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest il.000
in capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will oe guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address.
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
rate ot Interest man is paid Dy savings
banks, call on Marion E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms :-35. MitchellA Lynde feuilding.
Kock Island. t
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds ot second hand goods,
will pay more than anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 44. .
SPLENDID wages guaranteed men who
learn barber trade with us. Only two
months required Positions waiting over
Km now. Can earn scholarship, board,
tools and transjiortation If desired. Par
ticulars mailed free. Moler Barber col
lege, Chicago, 111.
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 vou. Mail wants are popular and
Mail 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 Mail, Moline, 11L
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
perlence places us in a posttion to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure vou success. Ask Tor free letters
of information and bulletin of daily papors
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine, Wis.
PERMANENT position for the right man.
not iirtautdm, uuk icjiicscui uiu c.iai.
lished manufacturers having '.XO,W0 capi
tal, rtmo ieryear and expenses, payable
direct from our omce. Straight salary
not conditional upon results, but upon
faithful work. No experience required.
Chance for promotion. State age and give
references. Address Manager, I3ox 63V.
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Dorothy Den
ton, magnetic neaier ana paimist. Kooms
M and McCullough block, Davenport.
Hours 1 to 5, and 7:30 to p. m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tens you tne past, present ana luture
correctly. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sicknetm, death, accidents and
everthihg of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to 10 p. m. 706 Fourth avenue. .
FOR SALE Light confectionery business at
z i t ounn avenue. A good cnance lor a
person to start in ousinesa neiore spring.
ami Uox Calf, $3.50 values, sale. .$2.50
sold formerlv at $1.50, this sale. . . . 95
Rock Island, 111.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two rooms tor
keeping. 1006 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 1105 Second avenue.
FOR RENT -Two large rooms furnished for
light housekeeping at ll-i Third avenue.
FOR RENT-Two pleasant front rooms fur
nished for light housekeeping at INKS'
FOR KENT Room and board, with heat
and bath, for two gentlemen. At 1116 Sec
FOR RENT One furnished room, opjiosite
court house. All modern conveniences.
Jl Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT 315 Twenty-third
rooms, citv water: rent 10
Will put same in good condition,
ottlce of Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT A large front room and alcove
nicely furnished. Very central location.
Modern conveniences. At 1319 Second ave
nue. Call before 3 p. m.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A six-room cottape. centrallv
located; city water. Inquire at 1713 Fourth
FOR RENT S. S. Hull has several houses for
rent from 10 to s). Call at room 15, Mit
chell &. Lynde building.
FOR SALE. Two cottages, have to be mov
ed off lot immediatelv. Inquire of Harris
Bros., 1124 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two-story 6-room cottage: citv
water and sewer: good location No. 714
Twenty-ninth street, at 114 per month. Ai
ply to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT House and store near Grant
school Four living rooms and grocerv
store room with tlxtures. 1030 Seventh
street. Weaver's grocerv.
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 Several verv cheap cottages,
J1.000 to 1.500. Gordon & Bowman.
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. Easy terms. A. Rush &. Co., room
B, Buford block.
FOR SALE Lots in McEniry s addition bv
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 Lots in Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 2Tfoot allev.
and nine feet of good rich soil lving on
limestone rock. An abundant supply ot
pure water can be had at a small expense
by drilling 30 feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 20 feet apart along the curb. If
you are interested in a cheap building lot.
the price and terms that these lots are of
fered tor will suit you. Call or address S.
J. Woodin, 922 First avenue.
FOR SALE If you intend to build a nice
home in the spring, please investigate the
beautiful lots we nave In Highland park
This is the most desirable residence por
tion of the citv.' It is almost certain the
Tri-City Railway company will enter this
district within a short time. These lots
are amply shaded by large natural trees;
sewers, vater mains, electric lights, etc..
already in None but high grade homes in
the neighborhood. These lots within a
vear will Increase in value 25 per cent
The fall or winter is the time to purchase
Iniilding lots: all 50x140 feet. Apply to
Goldsmith & McKee
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Three good show cases at Ben
nett's, the glover.
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant.
other lines ot business.
1T14H Second avenue.
FOR SALE A pure white blue diamond
ring. 1. carat, tor 145. at the Greater New
York Loan bank. 320 Twentieth street.
Phone 5723 Brown.
FOR SALE A first-class second-hand bouse
heating trailer, self-feeding. Can be used
for steam or hot water heat. A bargain to
parties having use for it, Allen, Myers &
FOR SALE A covered delivery wagon such
as used bv dry goods and tea companies.
An excellent wagon. Can be bought for
,15. A big bargain Inquire of H. K.
Walker, south Heights, or Siencer l
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office:
"E. FP.:''"D.;' "U. ' B. 141," B; "E. P.
M;" -L. 31."
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO IX) AN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marion E. Sweenev. attor
' ney. rooms 33-35. Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In anv amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property for
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
WANTED To loan money on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half tbe usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 1U33 Second arenue. Dont forget
if Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
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