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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1002.
Solid Sciiool Sfioes.
Our school shoes are the best -wearing shoes that
leather and workmanship can make. And our
prices are right. Our line of
LADIES AND GENTS' SHOES
is correct. We have in stock all the newest lasts,
all the newest patterns, all the latest ideas. Every
sho' Is a perfect litter.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Ladies' snd Gents' Clothes Cleaned
and Dyed at 1909 Second Avenue.
Gents Price List.:
( ':i and vest .
Overcoat . . . .
. . .1.00
. .. .75
Goods called for and delivered
NEW PANITORIUM CLUB.
Til. (ireon :)7. Ed Dubinsky. Prop.
I. S. Wc are still looking for more members. It onlv costs 1 per month and you
get your clothes cleaned and pressed, and slices sinned every day.
THIS TRAVELERS' HIIDE.
C1HICAG . R CK ISLAND
J a Pacific Railway Hcketa
can be purchased at City
T'eket office. Imi second ave
nue. or C . R.. i. & P. depot
corner Fifth avenue and Tnlr
Frank U. Plumper, agent.
EAST. I W EST
-J:4 ami 2:f-5 am
lieover Limited Si. Oinsha.
Ft Worth. Denver i li C
Omaha &. les Moines
JOinaba &. Minneapolis...
Omaha & Llucoin li
5:('S arrlIO:.'t5 pm
5:50 mm.9 W:l0 pm
S:(0 a-r ll:20 pin
Ms:(if arri S.i'O am
53 am M:21 pm
D Moises i Otraha ll:.V pm,IH:'5 am
IecvT. Lincoln & Omaha. 2:10 aiu,t S 01 urn
Pes Moines Express J12:I5 pint :?2 am
St. Paul & h itneapolls 2:40 m: 15 pm
Denver. Ft. Worth K r S:(W a r lie 3ft pro
KansuCilf. StJoeACalif. II:I0 pm r :M am
Jitocg Island Jt W ashing lull 11:S'' m 8:25 pm
Chicago DesMou es t 2:15 ptu : 3.20 pm
Rock Island & Brooklyn Ac J:.TS pro. 7:40 am
?'Jmaha & Hock I.-uand.... 6:0 pm am
tf'hicagoi Davenport ''i 7:e0 pi
rr val. teDrture. iDauy, except --uu-dav.
Daily, excep Saturosy. AU others
daily. 1 elephone P3 and 1423
-ivT.r-i RrpTivr.Tnv Riir"rf. n..
.r.Vffl II & O. RAILW A Y IeDOt
Second avenue and Tweo
tie in street.
M. J. YOUNG.
I K VE
at. Lulus springtit;id
Peoria, Qu'nev. ij&les
burg and fterling
Peur a. Ueardstown. Bur
i il'Mi-J (III I
6 35 am 0:55 m
ri:2S pm fl2:0l pm
7:15 pm 7:2& pm
fTr'S pm t7 25 pm
t :ft5 am
7:0 am :? am
7:05 am 6:15 am
pm rt:lS am
lington, Denver ant
St. L"uls, Kansas City
Denver and Paefnc
L'oiwi i la Galcsburg . . .
Sterling and points In
termediate Kant Moilne (suburban) . .
St. l- . Decer and west
(Mnton and "uhuqut
Davenport and Cliaion ..
Clinton, Dubuiue, La
Crowe, t Paul, Minn
ird we t a'd N W
'1 elubone lS-O.
IHiliy. tDaily exceot Punday
ROCK ISHND & PEORIA
Hallway. Depot First ateaue
ana Twentietn street, m. a.
tlffflHIflv Patterson, creceral pasenrer
" atrent. Passenuer trains lrave
R I fc P. (Moilne avenue)
depot ten (10) minutes earlier
than time riven.
K L. Gr.rr. A pert
I I.EAVK AKhlVt
Ivor! &prl'Krieid. &t. I,
Peoria. Snrineheid. indian
8:05 am' 10 20 pm
Incton. st Louts 1M5 pm
j'eori ciprev T.io ysn
Peoria. lnaiaopolis. Cln
ein.i atL Hloomlneton
Cable Accommodation 7:00 am
Hb. rrard Accommodation P:1S am
Cable & herrard iccom. 3:30 pin
i-aoie Mnerrara Accom
Trans marl( d are daily,
AU otiM.ru eaiiy
J A St. Paul K.llwav. 1 .
L'cf-L K. I- & N. W. passenger sta
!aIIWAUXIZ) tlon l foot of seenteenth
Bircet. ijegrRC w. wiwi.
agent. The trains for liu
burue and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport a-d Milwaukee wtll run
via Davenport. Clinton and Sa-aon
a 11 tralrs w'll connect at bavanna for points
cast ard wett
THAI)iS tKATK AHHITI
Dubu.juc and ist. l'aui Pas
Dutiunue and ct. l'aui Pus-
B 15 pm
K.I. 5 pm
npniter 4 no pm
M'lwaukee Express 7:4 am
Freeport xprc 4:20 m
All tral-is d fly except bunday.
Sweeney &. WalUcf, Attorneys.
State of Illinois. I
KiK:k Island County. I
In the Cir;u'i Curt- la Chancery. Fore
closure. General No. 5.CO.
Dat.lcl Uyes and Alice Warlleld Hayes.
Notice Is hereby given tbat by virtue of
a lecrec of said Court entered In the
aDove entitled cause vn the Ihirtf -drst
day of Jacuaiy. A. 1).. 12 I hhaJl. ou
inturdav the liftem b dy of March. A. D.
IJfZ, at the bou- of two o 1m?U In tne al
temoun Kt the es door of the Court Hc.ujc
to tri City of Mock Lsiaod. In said Countv of
Horn Island, to satisfv said Dccre sell St
public v. ndue to the highest bidder for cah
those certain pa-c- U f Land, situ.te In the
County of Rock island and tat r f Iiiino.s.
k-.-.n ai d described as fol ows. to wl:
Tbr nortbenst outrtrr C4 of Section Six
(') ih e;.st b t (Vi) 1 1 i he southeast fjuarter
( ,) of s-iJ m c.lorj .-li: sra ail of i be touhwest
iu-r er (:H of sld section six (fi) l lnlB
Mnp numotr Mxieea (IB) rorib Range No. 4
west of the 4in P. M: excepting, however,
from the last described tract the tt lowing,
( :m:rif ncing at the southwest coraer of
sectioj ix la t"wrftbipix'ren (lr rorxb of
Kancc Four (4) wtstof the fourth (4th) P M
th-nce north tnrce a-d seventv-four oije-bun-dredtbs
(3 7-(chains to the southest corner of
section occ (1) in township sUteen (!) N. K
live (5 ve of the 4th P M. thence north
fcixivtive (if.) degrees east 1 DfT lb center of
ti.e p blic Liihwy four (4) ihains, ti ence
north Ixtv-tive (nn) degree" one ard sn-
t' to one hundredths (162) chln. ' hence
k ii' h six a' d ttni; two one hundred bs
( 22) cbil s. to tne section lino, thence west
five acd nv one hutdredtbs (5 05) cbaln to
ihf pa-e a f les inning, containing two and fifty
one-bund -edibs -2 5f acres, all of th sbove
described lcd bei'g mi-.tiaten" In the County
of fiock Ilnd a- d S-ate of Illinois.
Dated at R.ck Island. Illinois, th:s Eleventh
day of February, A. u. 19 2.
Master In Chancery, Kock Island County,
S wecn-y & Wa'ker.
Sl'KCIAL FOi: TWO
l.oo j Ladies' waists cleaned, 5(c
-.'0 ) Ladies' skirts cleaned, 75c.
Why Pay Rent
Home Co-Operative CO,
Will furnish yon the money to pay ofl"
your mort piir- r luy a hoine, t ity or
couutrv, an v whore in the Unile!
States, ami jrive you 1( years ami &
liioiiths to pay it liaek at the rate of
5.:t.) per month on eaeh thousaiui
applie.l for, WITHOUT INTEREST?
The rent you pay will luy a home,
without, interest, anywhere. You do
not have to own a lot to start.
The interot you are now paying will
pay the principal.
The rent you pay will carry your in
surance. If death occurs we jnea
deed free and clear to wife, husband
A Friend in Need.
If you liccomc ;ick or 4ut of employ
ment, we have a reserve fund from
which we make your payments until
vou tro to work arain. The amount
advanced you repay.
Think, Men and Women.
We do not promise anything for
nothing. We frankly tell you that
vou pay hack $1,07:5 on each thousand
we advance you. No more. The $7:5
is the company's commission. That
amount is small to one erson, hut
lear in mind we have 10.000 members
paying the same amount. Any busi
ness person can ee that we are not
here for nothing, but we are well paid.
This Is the orip'. n.il and oM reliable Home
Com pan v. doing business underilsown copy
right. Look out lor imitators.
Call and See Us.
We Invite your closest investigation. Peo
ple wanting information through the mail
iiiuM semi 2-ccnt stamp. If stamp Is not in
closed letter will not be answered. Good
We have the omce and men handling
monev lion-leil with the United States Fidel
ity & 'Guaranty company, of Baltimore, to
protect your money.
To become a mt inber you pay ?3 as a mem
liership tee on each thousand you want to
invest. No limit. Then you pay H.as per
month on each thousand until your contract
matures in thesameorder as received. After
maturity '(meaning when vou have your
home) you pay 5.35 per month on each thou
sand. Company's Payments.
In order to reach one's contract much
quicker than could lie iiosvible under ordi
nary conditions the company divides each
I.iuki in the treasury in 211 parts ol fto.oneach.
making a pavment "of .Hum jx-r month on a
fl.ii limine: ikiki r month on a 2.J
home; jnnuW on a ln.uO property, and so on.
TrI-Clty liranch Olllce: Math llutMlng.
over 1716 Second Avenue, Kock IsIitucL
Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 3
p. in. to 6 p. m.
W. A. BRIGCS, Manager.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois. I M
Ro-k Islsnd County
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore-Clos-re
General No -iJSO
Fred Weyerhaeuser sad F. C. A. Denkmar.n,
Partner tea. iw vVeyerbacu .er and Deck
mann. W. T. Venaraon. Ha'tle M Venamn. George
W. Walker, Gust Ed arid O. O. rmidlcy."'
Notice Is nereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered In the above en
titled cause, on the Twenty-ninth day of Janu
ay. A n. 1902 I snail, on (Saturday, the Fif
teenth day of March A. D. 1902. at the hour of two
o'clock n the afternoon, at the east door of the
Court House in tbo City of Rock Island In said
County of Kook Island, to satisfy said decree,
sell at pub'lo vendue to the highest bidder for
easb. those certain parcel of land situate In
tbe County of Rook I-land and State of Illi
nois, known and described a follows, to-w it:
Lots une (l) nd two (2) liiock One (I) of
W cdlawn. an addition to Moilne- as salu lots
are known and designated upon the reoorded
plat of said addition sltua'ed in tne County of
Rock Island and wate of Illincis
D-ted at Rock Island, Illinois, this tenth day
Ot Februa-y, A. V. K02.
Walter J. Futrikiit.
Master In Chancery .. Rock Island county, Iit
Jacksoh & HnT,
OVER IN SANGAMON
Gov. Yates Making Bold Efforts
to Hold the Coun
ty rOK THE STATE MACHINE CEOWD
Introducing Practices to Gain Con
trol Not Heard of
r I rinnein. -jus., .tin ten . i.tv.
trnor Yates had a conference will) ;
l fiiibci- of Kepul'lican leaders fn,i:i
A!ii!ous vi.nts of the stale. Anion;:
those present were State Senator I .en
Small and ex-Speaker Curtis, of Kan-l-akee
county: ex-State Senator Walter
arclT. of t'airo: State Senator I5ui
nett. of Y llli.'iuiston conntv; .1 .lines
II. Pausken. of .t.icksonville: I'retl II
Uowe. cljilirinan of tlie st:it IieniiU
Iicnii coimnitti'e. and Arthur I.. French,
of Chapin. a nieuibtr of the raihuiid
unil wnrcliouse commlssiuii.
ot!un regard in the conference
was jrlvcn out. thouuh it is understood
Unit it relate I only to some of the
details of the iiolitleal situation. A
delegation from the Springfield Mer
chants' association called on (Governor
Yates to ask him to lend his iiillueni o
to secure the Kcpuhlican state con
vention for Sprinytield. The jrovernor
did not indicate what he would do in
SprinjrficU. III.. March T.-ll.iv.
Yates, with the assistance of his of
ficeholders, left nothing undone to
curry the Sangamon county primaries
todav. Tlie ant i-administ rat ion peo
ple hate not been allowed ji single
jiiii-e or clerk of election in all 1 he
coiiiity. nor will they be allowed a
challenger or anvbodv to witness tli'
cintt of the votes. It was thought
Ii.-id ciioii'Ii down jit Ilotid county
where Lieut. (iiv. Northeott appoint
'i l'.imself as a delegate to the state
convention, hut the Tloml county deal
is not a circumstance to this t .it .
Albert .1. Hopkins, who is at present
the Yates candidate for the senate,
is ia Spring-field, and appears to he
pleased with the situation. u1tcriii:
no protest airainst the h iirh-ha tided
methods which will disrupt the party
in Sangamon county.
Comity Committee Snlmldlzed.
The county central coniniittee is
composed of members. Twenty-
four of them are on the state pay
roll. Thirty-lie more arc then' by
proxy or have a jrraffiiitr contract of
sime kind or other. The special com
mittee, which dominates lh,' commit
tee absnlately. is ma le up of Jasper
N. IJeccc. :. I.julant jretieral: John
.linieman. secretary of t!i' live stock
eouiin ission : William .1. luiiicr. a
I'li'iulier .t the Yates cahinel: !)ci
Fawcctt. a factory inspector, living at
l!!ipiis. ii ml Fred Overst rcet. em
ployed in the insurance department.
These nu n eonirol the republican or
a iii.a t ion in Sangamon county, and
they are workim in conjunction with
Dr. Wheeler, who wants to ii" back
to the house, and ('. F. Mortimer, the
city attorney of Springfield.
In all Sangamon county there is
not a man. outside of the governor's
immediate relatives in otTice. who will
truthfully tell you he is for Yates.
Yates has iu-n more to Sangamon
than any other vovcrnor ever did.
His appointees are only waiting an
i.pport unity to cut his throat ami
lln'V do not hesitate to say so. I'.ul
they want to save their county organ
ization. They care for nothin else.
It matters not to them whether San
gamon jj-oes democratic or republican.
It is of no spo-cial tliiVerence whether
the senatorial district made tip .f
Saiifianion iiikI Morjjan oes republi
can or tlemocrii t ie. 'I hey want their
olTiees and their contracts and they
are oin to o.j them. At the proper
time Kichard Yates will be over
thrown by them. Nor do they know
Albert .1. Hopkins. Many of them
hate never seen him. This Saefra
iiioii county machine is made rp .-i"
men of plastic material and can
adapt itself to circumstances with
Yates is useful Ix-catise he has of
fices and the ." per cut blood money
rfiiiid. wrunsr out of employes of the
state, which will he used tit the pri
maries. Tanner Would Not Stoop To It.
.lot, u li. T:; mier was a hard task
master in politics, and he controlled
this same committee two years ajjo
when he fought Cullom. Men went to
hint ami I lifted him to take all the
judges and and clerks and challeng
ers stud watcliers. but. slrenuoiis as
Tanner was in politics, he could not
entertain the proposition for an in
stant. The judges and all the other
officers around the polling places
were etpially divided between the con
tcmiinir factions. The matter was
fouirht to a finish in both county and
state conventions. The republicans
rot toy-ether and carried the whole
business. Kven Muck Tanner rebelled
the other day at this idea of Inkinj;
till he judjres and clerks. He knows
the action is too piratical and that .it
will result in tlie loss of Sangamon
comity and the district, too. but he
was bowled down by A'atcs repre
sentatives. Warning. Warning.
Iicware , of substitutes offered ly
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm oft worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable med
icines that have 8tofd the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For fjle by all
BEFORE THE GATE.
Thev irave the whole lontr day to idle
To fitful son; aiml jest.
To moods of soberness as idle, after.
And silences, as idle, too, as the
Hut when ut last upon I heir way re-
Taciturn, late ami loath.
rhroi.trh the broad meadow in the
They reached the jiate, one fine
spell hindered both.
Her heart was troubled with a subtle
Such as but women know
1 hat wait, ami lest love speak or
And what they would, would rather
thev would not so;
l'ill lie said man-like nothing com
prehending Of all the wondrous jruile
That women won win themselves
with, and bendinyr
Kyes of relentless asking- on her
Ah. if beyond this j?ate the path
Our steps as far as death.
iii I niiirht open it! His voice, af-
t his own tlarintr. faltered under
I'hen she whom both his faith ami
Far beyond words to tell.
Feelin"r her woman s finest wd Had
The art he had that knew to bl '.lit
tler so well
Slvlv drew near.
"Shall we not be too late
For tea?" she said. "I'm quite worn
out with walking:
Yes. thanks, your arm. And will
you open the jraTeV ""
William Dean Howells.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Harry S. .New. of Indianapolis, still
hesitates over the first assistant post-
A uioitasc for .S7.".i h m i.i h m i. -riven by
the 1 alt i more and Ohio railroad, has
n admitted U,r rect ril at Clarksburg.
The mission of the I;er delegates
to the I nited States irovcriiini'itt Is
tided so far as Washington otticials
Snow drifts ten feet hijrh extend
roni one end of the I.ehi-h valley, in
Pennsylvania, to the other.
Celieral Wooil expects that Miss
Mice Roosevelt will arrive at Havana
next Tuesday, on a visit to his fam
ily. The Spanish treaty ilainis commis
sion has decided that claims on behalf
of the victiyis of the Maine explosion
have no standing before the ceiiumis
sion. Statistics show that one out of every
twenty-two Danish emigrants to the
United States becomes it Mormon.
ense ' fojrs In the Knirlish channel
ure causing numerous minor mishaps
The Danish folkethin is considerins
the treaty veiling to the United States
the Danish West Indies.
The Ml-tareme carnival was cele
brated in l'aris with summer lilit.
weather and exceptional animation.
In attempting to board a train at
Milford .Timet ion. Ind.. Lorenzo Lents
was thrown under the wheels and
crushed to death.
Fire has broken out "ii7the cedar
makes near Marble Falls. Tex., and is
consuming much valuable timber-
To the st'K-kholders In Twin-City Keniler
Inir Company of Hock Island.
Yon will take notice that pursuant
to a resolution of the board of di
rectors if Tw in-l'ity Rendering com
pany of Rock Island, si special meet
ing of the stockholders of said com
pany will be held at the office of
Jackson & Hurst in the city of Rock
Island on the seventh day of April. A.
D. l'.Hl. at the hour of ifclock p. in.,
for the purpose of submitting to a
vote of such . stockholders the pies
tion of increasing the capital stock of
said company from the sum of $10.
imio to the sunt of .Ji.oili. at which
time ami place you will please attend.
Witness the hands of the following
directors of said company this .Id
lav of March. A. D. VMtJ.
V.. L. SCHMIDT.
A Hi: ROSEN F IK LD.
J. E. RL'RM E1STER.
Taxes for the year 1001 arc now
due. Parties having personal taxes
and no real estate will please make
immediate payment. The statutes in
regard to payment of personal taxes
are exacting and the law will be
strictly enforced if the personal
tax is not paid within a reasonable
time. Office with S. S. Hull, room
15, Mitchell & Lynde building.
WILLIAM J. ZEIS,
For the Complexion.
The complexion always suffers
from biliousness or constipation.
I'nless the bowels are kept open the
impurities front the body appear in
the form of unsightly eruptions. IK
Wilt's Little Early Risers keep the
liver and bowels in healthy condition
and remove the cause of such trou
bles. ('. E. Hooper. Albany, (ia.. says:
"I took DeWitt's Little Early Risers
for biliousness. They were just what
I needed. I am feeling better now
than in years." Never gripe or dis
tress. Safe, thorough and gentle.
The very best pills. All druggists.
Chicago. March 7. Following are the open-
1 lg highest, lowest and closing quotations
In today's markets:
March. 75: T"i: 7h4; ??
May, T0Hr(,7ti,: ": 70S
July. 77-; 77; 70,; .
March, tjO'4: (k"4: e0': Co1
May, eiliftOP,; 62V, C2-.
July, 01140! S; 61?,; 6IH;blai.
March, 4:!,1;4:!,1; 43': i3'i.
May, 44: 44', ; l: Ui.
July, ao!4; 3Si; 3.VV. 3-5 !
March. IS.20: IS 20: IS 20: 15 20.
Mav, 15 Itna.lS.liS: 15, JO; 15.311; 15.111.
July, 15.52; 15.57; 15.50; lr.57.
March. P.:W: V 3o: .:ui; 9.3e.
May, 9.42; 9. 15 ; 9.40: 9.42.
July, 9.52-; 9."7; 9.52; 9.55,
March. P.30: 8.(0: 8 i: 8.:M.
May, 8.H7 : 8. IO-: 8.S7: 8.117.
July. 8.50: 8.52: 8.50; 8.50.
Receipts today: Wheat 11, corn 102. oats
101. Hogs 2;.uJi. cattle 2 000. sheep U.5UU.
Hogs lett over. 2.HSM'.
Kansas City-Hog receipts 10.000, cattle
Omaha-Hogs s.ooo. cattle 1.500.
Hog market owned 5c hiirher. Light. 15.G5
CTli.20; mlKeu ana uutcners. fr.ytir.b.42: good
ncavy. i ir 0.4.-1: rougn neavy, m.nnjio.m
cattle market ojienea steauv.
Sheep market ojieaed steady.
Union Stock yards. 8:40 a. m.
Hog market "ouened active to 15c higher
Light. 5.sc(!C.25; mixed and butchers. MOO
si.o.52: good heavy, eaitrg.ti.nA; rough heavy.
Cattle market oiened steady, ueeves
.KVfo55; cows and heifers. 1.50J5.5;
Texas steers. H.4i-jJt.K; Muckers and feed
Sheep market opened steady.
Hog market closed sleadv at the advance
Light. ft.Y8iK.rG2S; mixed and butchers. tCXHXi
'.52; good heavy, i liiiti.55. rough heavy.
Cattle market closed steadv.
Sheep market closed strong to 10c higher.
Estimated receipts Saturday: Wheat 15.
corn loo, oats uu. nogs ...uou.
New York Stocks.
New York. March 7. The following are the
closing quotations ou tlie Nctvorfc slock
So. Paciltc i4V sugar 12, C. iA. com
gas(i'i. Peuna. lal. H. i O. Hft'4. C. R. I. &
P. 1. C. M. & St. Paul 1B3',,. Manhattan 1S2,
acillc Mail 47v4. Atchison com moa 75W. w. U.
Tel. Co. HI. N. Y. Central m. L. &. N.
IiH'a. H. R. T. 61. R. D. tl. ptd. 80S. leather
pfd. 81;. cojijier eW'a. Atchison jtd. t'-'a. U.
stet-i ina SMi. u. s,leei common 42 T.,
Missouri 1'acitlc in. Union Pacific common
Mtsi. coal and iron CiiiH. Krie ronimoa o7H.
Wabash ptd 42H, tin can common 15, tin can
LOCAL. MARKET CONDITIONS.
(Quotations on Provisions.
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
IJoek Island. March 7. Following arc
the wholesale uuotations on today's mar
Putter -Creamery 2tc. dairy 20c to 21c.
Kggs Fresh 2uc.
Live poultry-Chickens 8c, hens T'ic, tur
kevs PV. ducks c. geese 9c.
V'egetables-l'otatocs iH) to 95c, onions 11.75,
Fruits Apples per bbl. ft. 25 to 15.50.
Cattle Steers tl.oo to 0.ik, calves (5.50 to
Hogs Mixed and butchers JS.50 to I6.0P.
Sheep - Yearlings or over, per CWt. f to
SI 50, Lambs per head if.1.50 to $5 5o.
I I Veil Mini I'ueL
(.Jrain- Corn 67c. to ti'c. oats 4tc to 4tc.
Forage -Tiniotnv hav 14 to .. prairie hav
12. clover hay i:l. baled prairie 12 to $13,
baled timothy (i:i.5u. oat straw f8.
ood Hard, jier load J4..-SJ.
Coal - Lump,
per bushel 12c. slack, per
linn Invented n) New I'mlillc Wheel.
Sioux City. Ia.. March 7. Frank
Exline. of Ceddes. S. I .. has been given
a patent on a vertical steamttoat pro
peller. Instead of the old wheel pad
dle, which pressed downward and
then upward in the water, thus wast
ing 7 per cent of the transmitted
j'ower. the paddles of this propeller,
fastened vertically on horizontal
trusses between two wheels, one be
hind the other, enter and leave the
water in a vertical position, thus press
Iny altogether backward.
iovi' rtinr's ironi for 1 ftarleston.
Springfield. Ills.. March 7. (Jovernor
Yates and the Springfield members of
his party to attend the Illinois day
celebration at the Charleston exposi
tion will leave Springfield at ".:.'!0 p. m.
tomorrow over the Illinois Central
and will meet their special train at
Cilman. 'The list of those who will go
on the governor's train has not yet
been made up.
Can lls.ve Poolrooms in Teias
Houston. Tex.. March 7. In an opin
ion landed down by the Texas court
of ctiiulnal appeals it decides that tin
state law licenses poolrooms, and that
municipalities may not prevent them
doing business within their limits.
WANTKI TO RENT.
WANTED To rent, before May t. an eight
room house. Address Delano." care Ar
WANTED-To rent a small house of three or
lour rooms between Fifteenth and Thir
tieth streets. Address. Argus -F. 27."
WANTED To rent a house ot seven or
eight rooms between Seventeenth and
Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D." Argus.
WANTED House of seven or eight rooms,
modern conveniences, situated between
Twentieth and Elm streets and Fifth and
Eighth avenues. Aibl rcss -H." care Argus.
U. J. TOUER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
Your choice of any Ladies' 82. 3o Shoe in
tlie house for
licmember, this price is for ONE WEEK
ONLY. Come early before your size is gone
SaJe Commences Thursday. March 6. Evnd Ends
Thursday, March 13.
Opposite Harper House, Rock Island, Illinois.
WANTED MALK HELP.
WANTED-Some good bell boys at the Uar-
WANTED Roys about 16 years of age. Ap-
pir aftt-r o i. m. to oeo. c. will, grainer.
25i8 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED A man who wants to make a
mark in the world. One willing to work
for good remuneration. Call Irom 5 to
5:1(0 p. m.. at llol Twentieth street.
WANTED Hright. energetic, young man.
20 t 2-i vears ot age. tor omce and outside
work. "Position permanent. Salary small
to start. No soliciting. Address -F 2!',''
WANTED -A reliable man of good address.
one who nas nau cajiciicuic in acniug in
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian River Commercial company,
WANTED - ResjHjnslble man to represent.
in thiscitj. strongly established firm plac
ing dividend paving mining, oil and smel
ler investments. Apply personally at
Room 4v. McManus building. Davenport.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
monev making specialty to the grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company. Decatur,
111. None but first-class men who can give
bond need appls'.
WANTED FKMAI.K HELP.
WANTED An experienced house maid at
74J Elm street.
WANTED Two girls at Wright's restaur
ant, 123 second avenue.
WANTED -A competent girl for general
housework at 801 t- ourin avenue.
WANTED First-Cl iss wages to competent
girl lor general housework. At 82u Nine
WANTED-A girl lor general housework.
small tamuy. mi ennurcn. Appiy at i ins
WANTED-Dressmaking to doat home. Sat-
... .: .... ... .....u.l .-11 - fin,! f ! O h
imai iivn uai auii-tu. v i i.'iv .
WANTED - Situat ion as house keeter in small
tamilv by lady 25 years ot age wun a ioy .
vears. Address list? Prairie street. Daveii
"K)i t. Iowa.
WANTED Hy a first-class girl, with good
reference, a position as second girt or ligtil
work. Address Allice Cremine. general
WANTED Work in upholstering, cabinet
making and repairing ot all kinds, work
called for and delivered and satisfaction
guaranteed. Also manufacturer of Easy
Hright furniture polish. Call ou or tele-
iihone (J. V. Christ. 2119 Fourth aveuue.
hone No. 672 Green.
WANTED - M ISC ELLAN KO US.
WANTED-Stark nursery pavs cash weekly
if vou sen stark trees. Louisiana, mo.;
Danville. N. Y.
WANTED Ueiilleinau who can teach man
dolin and guitar can secure steady jiosi
tion. Aadress room 24 Whitaker Huiluing.
Davenjiort. Iow a
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Last
thirtv ilavs of special oiler. tan earn
scholarship, board, tools and transporta
tion. Great demand for graduates during
spring rush, two months completes. Write
todav. Moler Barber College. Chicago, 111.
WANTED An established wholesale house.
recently incorporated, extending uusiness.
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house". Salary 100 per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest 1.000
in capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per ceut will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
AI I SC K LI. A N KO VS.
IF YOIT WISH vour money to earn a higher
I itLC Ul illicicai in.u J'U i " . ......
banks, call on Marion E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-25. Mite hell Si. Lynde building.
I. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pav more than anv other dealer aud
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J.P.Williamson,
1515 Second aveuue. Telephone 4884.
THREE and :i-100 dollars a month, without
interest, pavs tor a one thousand dollar
h,mw tmt nve and NMOil dollars a month
pays for it sooner. The Guarantee Home
Building Club. 1714 f-econu avenue, a
home company and is managed by men you
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anvthlng. engage nelpor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper In Moline that can
do it tor 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, III.
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 lor tree letters
of information and bulletin of daily papwrs
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine. Wis.
IF YOU have a mortgage on your home and
can save a tew dollars a momn aoove your
present payments, take a certiticate in a
home company. the Guarantee Home
Building Club. "1714'i Second avenue. Rock
Island, and get the monev without interest
to cancel mortgage. Three aud 30-loo dol
lars per month gets a thousaud dollars.
Look it up soon, get in early.
MANAGER WANTED Office manager to
sell, collect and advertise In every county
seat in Missouri. Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky, Arkansas and Texas; salary 50
monthlv. commission and expenses extra:
veariv 'contract: permanently located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassing: -5
cash security required: single man pre
ferrtd: personal interview desired: if you
want our proposition by mail Inclosed
cents to cover expenses, postage stams or
coin. Missouri Medical and Chemical com
pany, 511 North Garrison avenue, St. Louis.
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Denton. !'-'4
West Third street. Davenport. iiccui
lough block. Rooms 51 and 52. Cures
chronic and nervous diseases permanent
ly with few treatments. A- references.
Hours I to 5. and 7:30 to B p. m.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office:
"E.FP.;""D, 3;' "L. 31, S; "F. S3," 3; "R
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two rooms for light house
keeping. 1008 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences at (HMi Fifteenth street
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with
board and all modern conveniences at I lie.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with all
modern conveniences: also lirst-class tablr
board, at 122 Second avenue. Phone l :?.!.
FOR KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT - A five room cottage at 2525 I'in h-and-a-half
avenue. Inquire next door ca-t.
FOR RENT Five rooms on Second floor at
2S17 Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Applv at 2Ki2
FOR RENT S. S. Hull has several houses tor
rent from ui to -'l. Call at room 15, Mit
chell & Lynde building.
FOR RENT A 6-room house in good neigh
tmrhood and central location, one-hall
block from car line. Apply at 1012 Fourth
FOR RENT A 6-roora house. 3U7 Forty-fifth
street: also a 5-rootn eotlace in South Kock
Island bv the Home Building & Loan asso
ciation, ot Rock Island. Apply to W. C.
FOR RFNT-I have live saloon buildings,
the leases of which expire shortly, l'.fr
ties looking for a location should not fail to
examine them: three of the stands have
been running for the past 25 vears. For
further particulars call on it. D. Mc Far
lane. 1SOI V Second avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Four-and-one-lhird acres ot
land for sale in South Heights at a bargain.
FOR SALE Iowa larnis at 4 per acre cash
balance one-half crop till paid. John Alul
hall. Sioux City, Iowa.
FOR SAI.E-The finest lot on Twent v-seeon
street north ot Ninth avenue. Tiimmi cast
front. Inquire at 82u Twentieth street.
FOR SALE Lots in McEnirv s addition bv
E. .1. Burns, room 12. Mitchell & Lynde
building. These lots are ou Sixth avenue,
between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street car liues. Terms to suit purchaser.
FOR SALE Lots in Woodin's addition.
These lots are tn Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 20-foot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lying 61.
limestone rock. Au abundant supply ot
pure water can lie had at a small expense
by drilling feet through the soil ami
rock. Sidewalks are all shatled with Elm
trees set 20 feet apart along the curb. II
v ou are interested in a cheap building lot.
the price and terms that these lots arc ot
tered tor will suit you. (Tail or address s.
J. Woodin. i22 First avenue.
FOR SALE If you 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 citv. It is almost certain the
Tri-Citv Railway company will enter this
district within" a short time. These lots
are amply shaded by large natural trees;
sewers, water mains, electric lights, etc..
already in None but high grade homes in
the neighborhood. These lots within a
year will increase in value 25 per cent
The fall or winter is the time lo purchase
huilding lots: all 50x140 feet. Apply to
Goldsmith it McKee
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOIf SALE A gentle tair.ily horse in good
condition. Weight 1.100 jsjunds. Address
"ii 2a.' Argus office.
FOR SALE A first-class second-hand house
heating boiler, self-feeding. Can be used
for steam or hot water heat. A bargain to
parties having use tor it- Allen, Myers &
FOR SALE A covered delivery wagon such
as used bv dry goods and tea com parties.
An excellent bargain. Inquire of H. K.
Walker. South Heights. . or Spencer v
FOR SALE Nice walnut case upright piano,
i n good condition and not old. Cost :tn.
new. Must be sold. Psice very reason
able. Will sell for part cash. Balance ou
lime. Address "L :Ct." Argus.
FOR SALE The culire stock consisting ot
, notions, tinware, crockery, glassware, tea.
coffee, etc. Also show "cases, counters,
tables and horse and wagon. Trade estab
lished about ten years, doing about :si
worth ot business a niont h. Present ow ner
going to leave citv. Will sell at a bargain
if taken at once. 'Address, F. .1. care el' Ar-
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO m.N on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon E. Sweenev. attor
ney, rooms :C!-35. Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In anv amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property tor
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The alRive goods for sale at halt the usual
store prices. All business transactions
stricllv confidential. His new number and
location. 102:1 Second avenue. IKid t forget
if .lones' second-hand store. Two rings
HI'S INKS (IITORTl'XITV.
FOR SALE -Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman i. Co..
1714V Second avenue.
FOR SALE - Barber shop in good location,
having a large patronage. Want to sell at
once on account t leaving the city. Good
opportunity. Call at Isift Seventh aveuue.
MRS. A. SEYMOUR, formerly of Davenjiort.
Iowa, will give reading by mail. Send
lock of hair. 1 oo and stamjV" Address i'ro
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and tuturc
correctly." Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, 'marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthiog ef interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
t to 10 p. m. 70S Fourth" avenue.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Wednesday night, lady' gold watch
ard chain containing photograph and mon
ogt in. FiDder return to this office aud