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THE ARGUS, TIIUESDAT, MARCH 10, 1902.
Solid Sctiool Shoes.
'Our .school sIkkm are tJio best wearing sliofs that
leather and workmanship can make. Ami 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. Kvery
shoe is a perfect litter.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
The Balmy Days of Spring Will Soon be Here
I.STIIAT SPKINU SUIT OF YOL'lIS CLEANED '
and liiiAUY to wi:ai:v
Suits stctm cleaned ami pressed anl malt: to look like new tj
I'irst C'liiSH Work Guaranteed. Coods Culled lor and Delivered
Let us show you the kind of work we are doing.
NEW PANITORIUM CLUB.
Tel. (.reon 7:J.
I. S. Wc arf still looking for more memliers. It only costs l jier ciouth and you
gel your clothes cleaned ami pressed, anil shoes shiucd every da3".
THE TRAVELERS' ODIDK.
HICAU . R OK ISLAND
& Pacific Rail w Tickets
can be puretmaed at CUT
T'cuet offlje. leu secooil ve
nue, or C . R. L & P. depot
corner Fifib avenue and Tblr
pvntr H Hum "r. itPl
bast. w kst
vnier Limited & Ora-ba. . it 2:4-. umi 2:Sn hid
Ft- Worth. Denver K C 6:05 ai tl0:35 pm
M'nne3ptwU ...... t S:50 am v:it pin
Oinana A. Des Moines ;t H:uO ai 11:3k pni
Omaha & Minneapolis... jtl:( an 8:rn urn
OmabaA UncoD M ra-M:il pm
1 s Moines .t Oiraba 11:SS pm;l'):! am
Denver. Unc In & Omaha. 2:40 amit 3:0 am
TV MninnKtorehS !3:1! pan 5:. ura
St Paul & fc lf.neapol's 2:40 w 9 IS pm
rvnvrr Ft Worth A K &:( t P "
Kansas City. StJoeACalif. 11:10 pmlt H:: am
Kncu Island & Washington 11:50 amit 3:25 pm
ChlcafO A DesMoir e. It 2:15 pmjt 3:2i pen
I toe If Inland & Brooklyn AC S:35 pro it 7:40 am
-Chicago A Daven-ort 1 It 7,0 pm
Arr val. tweoanure. JDally. except e-ur.-dav.
JDully. except Saturday. Ail others
dally. Telephone 1U03 and I -1-1.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C,
B. Si Q. RAILWAY-llepit
Second avenue and Twen
M. J. YOUNG,
e-t LuUl toprlngUeld
Peoria, Qu'ncv. iles-
ourg ar.a sterling
Peoria, lieardstowa. Bur
0 25 am
II dc ton. Dearer .and
St. Louis, Kansas City
Ueover and Pacific
Coavta Ualeaburg . .
Sterling and points In
Eist Moline (suburban)..
St L, tener and west
Cinua and ("ubuque ....
Davenport and Clinton ..
IJlnton. Dubuque, La
Crosse, fc t Paul, Minn
and we t a"d N W
t7 2 pm
I elephone 10.
Uai'y. tUaily exceot Sunday.
ROCK ISLAND & PEOKIA
Kali way. Depot First avenue
ar.d twentieth street. M. A.
Patterson, general passenccr
agent. Passenger trains leave
C. R I & P. (Moline avenue)
dpot ten (10) mlnutea earlier
than time ftlven.
K L OoTF. A ren t.
P. oil. 6prl gOrl-1. fct. L.
Peoria, bprioefleld. tndian-
lnton. fee Louis
Peorl Kxpresn -
Peoria. Indianapolis, Cln
cini all, liloomlnmon. ...
Hb rrard Accouimcdati n
Cable Sher'ard A c coin .
Calle & Sberrard Ac com.
I.MTt AHHl VK
8:0 am 10 20 pm
Tra'na marked are daily., au outers eaily
V & St. Paul K. II way. L.,
K. I. A N. W. paraencer sta
tion at loot or feeventeentn
sireeu George W. Waod,
agent. The trains for Liu
buque and points north run
via LUlnols side of river.
Trains for Freeport ard Milwaukee will run
via Lmvenoort. Clinton and Savanna
All trains wU connect at bar anna for points
rt wa we t.
Dubuque and at Paul Pas-;
MDner ...... ......
Dubuque anu at. Paul Pas-;
Milwaukee Kxpress !
Preport " X press
10 15 am
4:00 pm 6 15 pm
7:00 ami 0:15 pm
4:' rm' 11:4" am
All trains dlly excep s iaday.
Sweet ey & Walker, Attorrfcys.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County. I
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore
closure. General No. 5.C0O
Da' lel H - yes and Alice Warfield Haves.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of
a Decree nf said Court entered In the
above entitled cause in be ibirt) Drst
day. or Januaiy. A. D.. 1903. I snail, on
Saturday the Bften'h dy of Msrcbn A. D.
1902. at the bou of two o'clock In the af
ternoon, at the e h door of the Court House
In tht City of Rock Island. In said County of
Koc Island, to satisf v said Deere sell at
public v- ndue to the highest bidder for ca-h
those certain pac-la f Land, situate In the
County of Itock island nd State ff ILlnois,
known at d described as f.l ows. to wl':
Tbc northeast qutrtrr (H) of Section Six
(rt). th- enst ha1 (Vi) rf the southeast quarter
(U) of sld semlon if ;nd all of the oub west
qu .r er ( ' ) of said section six (ti) M In tow n
tnip numter sixteen CO) Nor.h Range No. 4
west of the 4th P. M ; excepting, however,
from the last described traot the fo lowing,
Commenc'ng at the southwest corner of
S'tctloi -t(6) In townshlpvix'een (16) North of
Range Four (4) wstof the fourth (4tb) P M
ih.nce north tnree asd seventv-four one-nuo-dredths
H 7 .) chains to the soutbesst coroer of
section ore (1) In township sUteen (16) N. K
five (") west or the 4th P M . thence north
slxtt-flve (6n) degrees east ai Dg the center of
tte p lic h'ghwy four (4) chains, trence
north tlx ty-H re (IS) degree one ad s'X-
'-two one hund-edtna (162) chain, ibenne
s'tith s'x aid I'tnty two on hundred bs
(4 22) cbtl s. to tte setloa lln, thenee west
five a.d five one hut dredihs (a 05) chain to
tbep'a i r becicninr contlniog two and fifty
one-ntmd-eaib .4 60) acres, all or the above
described lind bel-KUuated In the County
Of Koc T-l-nd d Riate o I Dllnol.
Dated at Kock Island. I'MdoIs, tb's EJerentb
dav of February, A. u 1W 2.
Master In Chancery, Kock Ikland County,
uween-y & Wa'ker.
Ed Dubinsky. Prop.
Why . Pay Rent
Home Co-Operative CO,
Will furnish you the money to pay off
your iuortra' or buy a home,, eity or
country, anywhere in tht Unittnl
State, and jrive you lt years atiil 8
mouths to jay it hack at the rate of
$3.:. mt month on eaeh thousand
aj.t.lied for, WITHOUT 1NTEKEST?
The rent you ay "vill l.uy a home,
without interest, anywhere. You do
not have to own a lot to start.
The interest you are now paying will
pay the prineipal.
I he rent vou nav will earrv voiir in
surance. If death occurs we five
deed free and clear to wife, husband
A Friend in Need.
If vou lecomc sick or out of cmplov
ment, we have a reserve fund from
Which we make, your payments until
vou ro to work arain. The amount
advanced you repay.
Think. Men and Women.
We do not promise anvthinr for
nothinir. We franklv tell vou that
you pay back $1,073 on each thousand
we advance you. No more. The $73
is the compan v's commission. That
amount is smail ts one person, but
lear in mind we have 1U,0U0 memliers
paving the same amount. Anv busi
ness lH-rson can see that we are not
here for nothing, but we are well paid.
TliN Is the original and old reliable Home
Company, doing business under Us own cojiy-
rignc look out ior imitators.
Call and See Us.
We invite your closest Investieation. Poo
j'le wantiiig'inloriiiatioii through the mail
must soinl J-rt-nt stamp. If stamp Is-not in
closed l-tter will not be answered. Good
We have the office and men handling
mouey bonded with tiie L'nlteil States Fidel
ity jt ;uaranty company, of lialtimore, to
lirotc-ct your money.
To become a member you pay $3 as a mem
1ership fee on each'thousanu you want to
Invest. No limit. Then you pay ll.K per
montli on each thousand until your contract
matures in t hr same order an received. After
maturity (meaning when you have your
home) you pay i-j.35 per month on each thou
sand. Compivny's Payment".'
In order to reach one's contract much
quicker than couid be possible under ordi
nary conditions the comjonv divides each
H.ifit in the treasury In 211 parts ot aano each,
making a payment of Mmni jht month on a
l.nl home:' ! ! jier month on a f2.O0
Dome; oju.uu on a lo.ww property, and so on.
Trl-Clty ltranrti Oftlee: Slath Italldlnr.
over 1710 .Second Avenue, Kock Island,
Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, J
p. m. to 6 p. in.
W. A. BRIGGS, Manager.
Jackson & Hurst. Attorneys.
State of Illinois.
Ro'k Island County f33
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Fore-
clos-re Qanerai No 480
Fred Weyerhaeuser and F. C. A. Denkmann,
p-rtners &c. a vreyerhaeuer and Denk
W. T. Venamon. Ha'tie M Venamon. George
W. Walker. Gust Kd and O. V. e medley.
Notice Is nereoy given that by virtue of s
decree of said Court, entered In the above en
titled cause, on the Twenty-ninth day of Janu-
ay. a ix iwrj 1 snail, 00 ."aturaay. the Fif
teenth day ot March A. IX 1902. at the hour of two
o'clock n the afternoon, at the east door of the
Court House In tbi City of Kock Island In aald
County of Kock Island, to satis fv said decree.
sell at pub ic vendue to the hlirbest bidder for
easb. those certain parcels of land situate In
the County of Rock I-land and State of UU
nois. known and described a follows, to-wit:
Lots ina (I) d two (2) H ock One (!) of
W rdltwn, an addition to Moline. as ali lots
are known and designated upon the reorded
plat of said addition situated in tte County of
Ko-k Island and fate of Illlocls
D ted at Ko-k Island. IiUnola. th-teath day
Of Februa j. A. li.
, WALTKS J. iiSTRIKl.
Master In Ch!ine'T. Krek,lalaBd vounty, TIL
JACttsojf rtrBST.'" - '
A STRANGE RELIC
Treasured by a Man in Rcmem
brance of His
CIRCUMSTANCE BEINGS IT.. OUT
And . I.eKtorett t lie Son Alter Mnny
Voars T Separa
tion. rCilfT!. 5f!eh.. :iar!i 13. A curious
::i't i.t eii-.iiiiixtaiices has developed
the fact that (Ji-orpe Simla'iv. former
ly of this city, who owns n Im col
let i.'on :t Indian relies, has txt-n treas
urinsr the scalp of his living mother
riiiimi? his tniphies. Mrs. Slnelalre.
wlih her ln:s! :iul and infant sen. were
eaptnretl by Siot::c Iiuliai:s i:i isf.i.
nn! in an uitimpt to escape Mrs. Sin
da Ire was eaptured, wounded, scnljxd
and left Tor d-:td. - Her busband. be
lievlmr her to be tVnd and Ix'Inu t lose
ly pursued, was forced to leave her.
taking the b.iby v, ith h:a. 'i'lie ly
trrew to iiianliH)d Mid enlisted in tiie
reirul.ir army and spent many years in
the .Indian frontier wcrs.
"lastiuerade Kesattsln lCeunlon.
At n recent !il;lKniei'::ue n:ili iel In
this town Mr.. Nircliirc entered into
conversation with n traiticer who w;is
FtiMidin;; iM'side lior watehiuu the
dancers. To lur sr.rprise she found
that their uaines wen- the same, and
Mrs. Sinelaire. in telling her story hove
she hi'd been scalped and left l'c
dead anil I n 1 afterwr.rd leen rescind
by I'nited States roMhrs. found that
she was talking to her son. wlmm slit
had lielievcd also to be dead. The
r.calp owned by the son was found to
lit exactly with the wound In Mrs.
Working 24 Honrs a Day.
There's 110 rest for those tireless
little workers Dr. King's New Life
Tills. Millions are always busy cur
ing torpid liver, jaundice, bilious
ness, fever and ague. They banish
sick headache, drive out malaria.
Never gripe or weaken. Small, taste
nice, work wonders. Try them. 25c,
at llartz & I'llemeyer's thug store.
U. J. TOLIER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
BEST FOR THE
If ytm tiavcTi't reimiar, healthy movement of tho
bowc-iaj every day, you're iil or will bo. K? p your
Ik win pn, and bo well, forvm, la the nhupo of
violent physic r pill rMiiaon. i dantferoun. The
mootbeat. c-a.let, most perfect way ot kecpi&tf
tiio bwcla clear and clean U to talto
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Ploanant. Palatable. Potent, Taate Onod, Vn
1ooU, Hcvrr Sicken, Weaken orOnpe; in. Uand
to eeota per box. Write for free asmplo, and book
let on ho&lih. Addrss 433
Sterlino Remedy Company. Chicano or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
You pay to cents
for Cigars not so gooda
C.B Uwl9, afAsfFH
DON'T Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Mode only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Oar trade
martc cut 011 each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
In bulk. Accept no substl
wenMMTKim tute. Ak your drug-gut.
Gesnlne stimpei C C C Never sold fn bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something jest as fcrood,"
Mnmn ok te
'iii i ail in i ' """naiiiiii
OLD ACTOR TELLS STORY
OF SHOOTING OF LINCOLN
Y. J. . Ferguson, who. played the
servant in the east of "I he Hrixtorj
hurglary" at the Auditorium hist
week. (January) is the only surviving
actor in the ctist of 'Otir American
Cousin.", that was playing in Ford's
theatre, asiiington, ine mgni 1 'resi
dent Lincoln was assassinated. His
account of the tragedy differs in
many details from others 1h:it have
been printed. Mr. Ferguson. said :
I was the call hoy m me company.
In Iho.-e days theatres like Ford's
playe.l stock companies to traveling
stars. It was too expensive to carry
ent ire. companies around as managers
do nowadavs. The night Lincoln was
snout our walking gentlemen, as lie
was called, who was visiting in IMiila-
phia, missed ihe train. I was told
to take his place in one scene. At
the moment John Wilkes iSooth tired
his fatal shot Laura Keene was stand
ing by the prompt box. going over
that scene with me. We could see
cvt ry thing that was going 011 in the
"liooth chose a moment when there
was nolioily 111 front or ine stage ami
no one near the entrance out .miss
Keene and myself, llooth kept his
horse in a stable in the alley on which
the stage door opens and had the run
of the theatre. There was nothing
unusual in seeing him come in during
the performance. Me was hot acting
it the time, but he came to oir thea
tre whenever he was in Washington.
"Iloolh had been around Ihe ll-.ea-
tre (luring the day, anil managed 10
put some nails in a place behind the
door in the president s box, through
which he thrust u slick that ae4ed as
1 barrier-to those on Ihe outside
after he had fired Ihe shot. As he
jumped front the box. after tiring.
his foot etntghl in the folds of an
American flag that draped the ixi.x.
ind he fell on the stage with one knee
bent. It was a jump of twelve feet.
One of the men in the president s
pnr'y grasped him as he jumped, but
I tooth cut away the tail of his coat
with a knife he carried and got free.
he man who tried To stop him was
badlv cut in the arm. Ihe blood
und in the box and on Miss
laecne's dress came front that cut.
and not from the wounded president.
"I'.ooth was up in an instant an 1
walked rapidly between Miss Keene
ind myself toward the stage door
Vading into the alley. He did not.
utter a word, lint carried tiie oioou-
slained blade upright in his left hand.
In less than thirty seeon Is from ihe
time he tired the snot ne was m ine
street. I followed Iloolh and saw
him knock down the mini holding his
little yellow mare :-nd dash out of
sight. I had seen him come to the
stage' door on that mare a score of
times. He used to come and. wait for
"I follow d the crowd to the board
ing house across the street, where
the president was carried. I had
been constantly sent there on errands
to int inbers of our company. :i".d was
well known to the family. I' 1 one
occasion when I was sent Ihet ". less
than three weeks before the tragedy.
I saw I tooth smoking a pie in the
same bed in which Lincoln died."-
I'hiladelphia Special to St. L
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Coventor Odell has signed a bill In
creasing from ten to twenty-five years
the punishment for attempt at uiurdei
in New York.
I'ieolonilni. the composer of ixipular
songs, is dead, a pauper in a I-ondoii
Joshua Williour. I'nited States con
sul at Dublin. Ireland, is dead at
Itutlrerford. X. J.
II. J. F.iums & Co.. London diamond
merchants, have fulled. Their liabili
ties are estimated at.f70.0iio.
A number of engagements lietwoon
Husslan troops and 'funguses have
occurred in Manchuria during the last
two' months. .
Chief O'Xeill, of Chicago, has ac
cepted the challenge of. the marksmen
of the St. Louis police force, and the
contest will take place some time in
Herman investors In IJrazil are com
plaining to the kaiser of their treat
ment. Safe crackers blew open the vault of
the Fanners' bank, of Townville. I'a.,
and stole between $",OOi and $N.OOO.
The Danish purlin inent has ratified
the sale of the D. V. I. to the United
J. M. Miller has been, renominated
for congress by the ltepublicnns of
the Fourth Kansas district.
The itourd of directors of the Penn
sylvania Uallroad company has au
thorized the iisue of MK!0.(HK) ot
convertible, ton-year; 02 per cent, de
The ' seventh annual convention ot
the National Association of Manufnc-,
turevs will be held in Indianapolis
Aril L", ID and 17.
Only about one-third of the Kansas
wheat crop of last year has been mar
keted. Calloway Frazior, whose father was
the first governor of the Chickasaw
nation, is .dead.
Night Was Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly nil night
long," writes Mrs. Charles Applegate,
of Alexandria, Ind., "and eouhJ hard
ly get any sleep. I had consumption
so bad that if I walked a block I
would cough frightfully nnd spit
blood, but when nil other medicines
failed, three $1 bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery wholly cured me, and
I gained 5S pounds." It's absolutely
guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, la
grippe, bronchitis and all throat and
lung troubles. Price 50c nnd $1. Trial
bottles free at Hart & Ullemeyer's
Subscribe for The Argus.
Chicago, March 13. Following are the open
!ng highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today's markets:
March. 73T,: 73: r.i; 73-;.
May, 7rt'447i)S: 70.: 7ntf; .
. July, 70j!t4"l; 77; 76; 70
March. 60V: 00; Co4: ftH.
May, 62'4trt'i ; fti-fc; 01 V CIV
July, ois&i.' ; oui; 015.
March. 41 V. ?: ?.: U.
Mav. .s1,: 4."v -li-J
uly, 3Sfi ; 30'.; Sj.1, ; 3."? -
March, is.05; ir 25: i5.as: is -;r.
May. 15 no: is.5i: is. 40: 1S.4U
July, 15.00; 15.65; 1S.SS; 13.55.
March. 9.30: SUO: 9.30; 9 30.
Mav, M.45; 9.45; H.4-J: 9.42.
July, 9.555iW.57; 9.57; 9.5J ; 9.52 .
March. 8.35: 8.35: 8.35; 8.35.
May, B.4-2 ; f.47: 8. 10-: H.4C .
July. 8.55; 8.00; h.5?; 8 5i
Receipts' today: Wheat 40. corn 112, oats
Hoks -2.ii. cattle 7.500. sheet) S.ouO.
Hobs left over, 5.5ol.
Hun market Queued 5c hithor. Lieut. 15.75
co..m: unxeu aiiu uutcners, ;. lui t i-: coou
ceavy. o i.KitP.to; routn Heavy, to.li)L!.o.i.
Cattle market opened stroni;.
Sheep market opened steativ.
Kansas City lion receipts 7.000. cattle
Omaha Hogs 4.000, cattle 3.(00.
Union Stock vards. 8:40 a. m.
Hug market opened 5c higher than ves-
tertiav s average: prosiects weaker. L.liftit
5UVi0 40; mixed aud butchers, frfi.luffj6.55;
Koou Heavy, eO.l.Tffi(i.0O; roueh heavy. 40.15
t. -title marRet opened strona to !0c
h-tieen market ottened steady to 10c higher.
Hon market closed weak to 5c lower.
Light, 85,P(iJ0 35: mixed and butchers, to. 10
i',o..-v: pood heavy. . 10.'ti.;7: roufh heavy.
( attle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed Hrin.
Kstiinated receipts Friday: - Wheat 30
corn 90, oats 70, hots 2J,ooo.
New York Stocks.
New York. March The following are the
closing quotalious on the New York slock
&o. I'acinc oj. suear 1-25V4. C. &.A. com. ;ia
gas HUH. l'eniia. IMi'.. li. & O. Ins. C. K. I. &
1. 'lt'H. C. M. & St. Paul !( ,. Manhattan 132,
Pacific Mail 4'.. Atchison common 75'. W. U.
Tel. Co N. Y. Central 162. L. & N.
Hi!1.. II. It. T. bis,. U. D. a. ptd. 8H4. leather
jiia. copper u-l. Atcnison ptu. Wi'i. U
Steel ptd 11,. U. S Steel common 42V1
Missouri I'acilic Union l'acltic common
S's'j. coal and iron i:.'. Krie common :iv'
w abash ptd 12, tin can common tin can
LOCAL MCAKKKT CONDITIONS.
(Quotations on Provisions.
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, March 13. Very little pro
duce is coming to market at this time, but
there is little.change in prices. Poultry is a
tritle higher and egps are almost as cheap
as they may lie expected to become. Wild
ducks arc now in the market. Following
are the wholesale quotations iu today's mar
Mutter Creamery Sic, dairy 20c to 21c.
Live noultrv - Chickens 8c. hens T'ic. tur
keys inc. ducks vc. geese !c.
W :ll liu-Ks - Mallards :t.5o ier dozen, mis
cellaneous 2 to 2 :"0 tier dozen.
eiieiaiiies l'otatoes 51 to 9oc, onions 11.75,
t runs Apples ln-r odi. 1.20 10 lo.&o.
. Live Stock.
Cattle Steers J4.00 to 40.00, calves 15.50 to
Hoirs Mixed and butchers 5.5fl to fO.OP,
Sheep -Ycarliuirs or over, per cwt. to
1 1 50. Lambs per head J3.5o to $5.50.
Feet! and Fuel.
Grain Corn 07c to (He. oats 4rtc to 4?c
For aye Ti moth v hav Jii to 15. prairie hav
12. clover hay i:t. baled prairie tl2, baled
innotnv f 1:1. oat straw t no.
wood Hard, per load 4..ro.
Coal -Lump, per bushel 12c. slack, per
all the time The
WANTED TO KKN'T.
WANTKU To rent, betore May 1. an eight
room house. Address Delano, care Ar
WANTED To rent a house ot seven or
einht rooms between Seventeenth and
Twenty-lift h streets aud Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "lV Argus.
WASTED House of seven or eight rooms,
modern conveniences, situated between
Twentieth and Kim streets and Fifth and
Eighth avenues. Address -H," care Argus.
W A N T F. I -L 1 1 K A It I A N .
WANTED The Parmlee library of Hoston.
New York and Chicago announce ihe ier
inanent establishment of a branch center
at Kock Island. A weekly delivery coach
service will at once be inaugurated, cover
ing all the territory within a radius of 35
miles. The management desires the ser
vice of an energetic lady or gentleman
IJossessing the following" characteristics:
Uooil personal address, fair penman, tond
of books and able 10 intelligently present
our proposition by personal calf Uon In
vited patronage of the tri-cities. AppP
cants call today between 5 and 0 and 7 and
8 p. tn. at the office ot the Rock Island
hank for interview with president. .
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A gray horse weighing about 1210
jwuntis. Had no shoes on front feet. Re
turn to Lewis Hooting comj. any.
LOST Wednesdav night, lady's gold watch
and chain containing photograph and mon
ogi im. Finder return to this office and
LOST Between Sixteenth aud Eighteenth
streets on Second avenue, a pair ot steel
lowed glasses in a new leather case. Re
turn to Hess Hros".
WIDOW LADY past middle age would like
to correspond with elderly gentlemen with
matrimonial intentions. One with means
or a comfortable home preferred. Ad
dress Mrs. Celora J. Skervtn, general de
livery, Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marion E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-35. Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Kock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In an amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property for
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 above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 1023 Second avenue. Don't foritet
If Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Denton. 124
West Third street. Davenport. McCul
lough block. Rooms M and 52. Cures
chronic and nervous diseases permanent
ly with few treatments. A reterences.
Hours 1 to 5, and 7.30 to 9 p. m.
FOR SALE Paying business requiring
small capital. Address box S07, city.
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other liues of business. Eastman &. Co.,
1714H Second avenue. '
Your choice of
the house for
Kememlier, this price is for ONE WEEK
ONLY. Come -early before your size is gone
Commences TKirsda.y. March 6,
Thursda.y. March 13.
Opposite Harper House, Uoek Island, Illinois.- -
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED-Some good bell boys at the Har-
WANTED A boy 16 years of age.
n. ki. nuuauu, hw r list avenue.
WANTED Laliorers at Deere & Co s . Mo
line, Monday morning, March 17, 1U02.
Long, steady job.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED A reliable man ot good address.
one wno nas nad experience in selling in
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian River Commercial company,
WANTED Reliable salesmen to sell the
best specialty on the market. Staple arti
cle and ready seller, affording iarpe profit.
No samples or deposit required. ' Address
920 Majestic building. Detroit, Mich.
WANTED Plow polishers. A number of
exjierienced cradle polishers tor Imple
ment work. Good wages, steady work,
no strike, no night work. Skilled men
only need appiv. Deere & Co , Moline, 111.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making specialty to the grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company. Decatur,
111. None but tirst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A cook at 1225 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A dining room girl at the Crown
WANTED -A girl for general housework at
1X18 Third avenue.
WANTED Second- cook at Kirkman's res
taurant, 3110 Filth avenue.
WANTED Girl for general housework at
320 Eleventh street. No washing.
WANTED Girl for general houserk
the union mission. !oi t ourtn avenue.
WANTED A competent cook. Apply to
Mrs. Julia KosentielU. Nincteentn street.
WANTED -A competent girl for general
household work at 1102 Twenty-second
WANTED First class wages to competent
girl tor general housework at 820 Nine
WANTED .Young lady as stock clerk will
ing to start at smau salary wun opiwriu
nity of advancement. Address V-M. 15."
care'of Argus, stating experience and sal
WANTED House cleaning to do. Leave or
ders at 311 Team street.
WANTED Dressmaking to do at home. Sat
isfaction guaranteed, call at 1910 Fifth
WANTED Dressmaking to do at home or
liv the dav.- Satisfaction guaranteed.
Prices reasonable. Call or address 532
Thirty-Brst street. Phone 472 Green.
WANTED Work la upholstering, cabinet
making and repairing ot all kinds. Work
called for and delivered and satisfaction
g-uaranteed. Also manufacturer of Easy
Hrieht furniture polish. Call on or tele
phone G. V. Christ. 2119 Fourth avenue.
Phone No. 672 Green.
WANTED At the Rock Island house, a yard
man and a dining room girl.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
it you sen siarit trees. Louisiana, mo.;
Danville, N. Y
WANTED A few thousand shares ot Black
Hawk Oil stock, w rite Luther T. Fades &
Co.. Davenport. Iowa, stating number of
shares and price.
WANTED An established wholesale house.
recently incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary $100 per month, ex
penses and commission. Must Invest J1.000
in capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
F YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
rate ot interest man is paid by savings
banks, call on Marion E. Sweenev. attor
ney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell & Lynde building.
P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
THREE and 311-100 dollars a month, without
interest, pavs tor a one tnousand dollar
home, but rive and sn-ioo dollars a month
riavs for it sooner. The Guarantee Home
tuilding Club, 1714V4 Second avenue, a
home company and js managed by menyou
MOLER S Barber College. Chicago, 111.,
wants men to learn barber trade. Last
thirty days that you can earn scholar
ship, board, tool and transportation be
tore leaving home.. Eight weeks required.
Positions guaranteed during spring rush.
IF YOTJ 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 tor you. 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 (.tamps will do. Evening
aud Sunday Mail, Moline. 111.
DO VOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' er
perience places us in a position to give you
valuable Information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of daily papers
that pay, We also start responsible par
ties in the mall order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine. Wis.
IF YOU have a mortgage on your home and
can save a iew uouars a montn above your
present payments, take a certificate In a
home company. the Guarantee Home
Building Club, ITI14 Second avenue, Kock
Island, and get the, monev without interest
to cancel mortgage. Three and 30-100 dol
lars per month gets a thousand 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 S50
monthly, commission and expenses extra:
yearly contract: permanently located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassing; t25
cash security required: single man pre
ferred; personal Interview desired; If you
want our proposition by mall inclose Sio
.cents to cover expenses, postage stamps or
coin. Missouri Medical ana cnemtcai com-
any, bll North Garriaon avenue, bt- Louis,
FOR ONE WEEK ONJLY
Ladies' S2.3o.Hhoe in
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished
1 1 19 Third avenue.
room with heat at
FOR RENT Two rooms lor light house
keeping. I0o8 Second avenue.
FOR RENT-Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 901 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Three or tour unfurnished
rooms for lighl housekeeping at 2210 Sixth
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with
board and all modern conveniences at 1 1 Hi
Second avenue. ,
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with all
modern conveniences: also tirsl -class table
board, at 1229 Second avenue. 'Phone 13y.'.
FOR RENT -Three rooms suitable for hus
band and wife or two gentlemen. All
modern conveniences. With or without
board. Apply at 1405 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 6-room house in first-class con
dition, 14 per month, at 2412 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Inquire next door.
FOR RENT Two 5-room Hats with water,
bath. etc.. prices 13 anil 15 per month. For
particulars call on Eckhart i Co., room 1.
FOR RENT An 8-room modern house at 523
Thirtv-eighth .street. Will be vacated
April I. Apply at 743 Elm street or tele
phone 1316. J. S. Leas.
FOR RENT A 6-room house. 307 Fortv-tifth
street: also a 5-room cottage in South' Rock
Island by the Home Huildmg& Loan asso
ciation, of Rock Island. Appiv to W. C.
FOR RENT 7-room house with all modern
improvements. East side of double house
at Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets on
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire at 14-7
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Good lots on Fifteenth street.
Easy terms. A. Rush & Co.
FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres ot
land tor sale InSoutb Heights at a bargaiu.
FOR SALE Iowa iarms at it per acre cash
balance one-haif crop till paid. John Mul
hall. Sioux City, Iowa.
FOR SALE Riverview terrace lots. Twenty-ninth
street and Eighth avenue, onlv
s. Sewer and water. For sale by E. II.
FOR SALE Lots in McEnirv s addition bv
E. J. Burns, room 12. Mitchell & Lvnde
building. These lots are on Sixth avenue,
between Twentv-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street car lines. Terms to suit purchaser.
FOR SALE Modern home costing owner
5,20(1 can be bought it taken at once tor
4.150. House has nine rooms, big attic,
bath, closet, gas. hot and cold water fur
nace. Very convenient house. Lot 6J.1.I5
with nice fruit trees. Located near Sev
enth avenue and Twentv-fourth street.
Inquire of H-. K. Walker. fsi2 Seventeenth
Street. Telephone 5812 brown.
FOR SALE Lots in Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 20-foot allev
and nine feet of good rich soil lving 6i.
limestone rock. An abundant supplv of
pure water can be had at a small exjiense
bv 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 for will suit you. Calf 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 have in Highland park
This is the most desirable residence por
tion of the citv. It is almost certain the
Tri-Citv Railway companv 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 Jots within a
vear will increase in value 25 per cent .
The fall or winter is the time to purchase
building lots: all 50x140 feet. Apply to
Goldsmith & McKee
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A gentle latnily horse In good
ronoition. eigne i.hiu iounus. Address
"G 29.' Argns office.
FOR SALE A fine driving horse and biccle
buggy, cneap it taken at ouce. Apply to
Walter Craig, over Don's stove store.
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 for it. Allen, Myers &
FOR SALE A covered delivery wagon such
as used by dry goods and lea companies.
An excellent bargain. Inquire of H. K.
Walker, South Heights, or Spencer &.
FOR SALE Upright piano, nearlv new.
Make low cash offeror will take horse,
buggy, bicycle or anything usetul as part
payment. Particulars on application. Ad
dress "T. B." Argus office.
FOR SALE Nice walnut case upright piano.
in good condition and not old. Cost :tii.
new. Must be cold. Price verv reason
able. Will sell for part cash. Balance on
time. Address "L 33," Argus.
FOR SALE The entire stock consisting ot
notions, tinware, crockery, glassware, tea.
coffee, etc. Also show cases, counters,
tables and horse and wagon. Trade csiali
lished about ten years, doing aliout .'!
worth ef buslnessa month. Present owner
going to leave city. ' Will sell at a bargain
if taken at once. Address P. J. care of Ar
gus. CLA I RVOYANT.
MRS. A. SEYMOUR, forraerlv of Daventiort.
Iowa, will give readings by mail. Send
lock of hair, ft 00 and stamp. Address Pro
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant. 'tens yu tne past, present ana tuture
correctly. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business,, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness. death, accidents and
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to 10 p. m. 70ft Fourth avenue.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office:
"E. F P.:" -D.. 2:' "L. 81. ' S: -F. 23." S; "G.
29," 2; -a 40;" "P. 29;" -Q. B.;" "M. 15."