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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1902.
AUK NOW IX.
l.KT US SHOW THEM
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Until you have soon our lino. Burlaps, Crepes
Oriental Tapestries, Ingrains, Varnished Tiles. All
t lie latest effects in "Wall Papers.
Paridon. & Son,
Telephone 4753. . . . 419 Seventeenth Street.
THE TK4TELEBS' UlIDE.
CHICAGO R CK ISLAND
Pacific Kail wf Tickets
ran be purchased St City
T cket office. 1813 Second tve
rue. cr O . R L & P. depot
coroer F.'fth svscue and Tuir
Prank l Plumrer. scent.
t trover Lim-ted Gin-hn. .
Ft Worth. UrDTer & K C
(in.alia ii I Moines
tn-jica A. Minn-spells ...
nr n:si Lincoln tx
Is Moines On aha
lH;rv-r. Lino In &. omaci. '
Des Mo'nes Express...
St Paul .sc. Mmeapolls
Denver. Fl Worth 4K n
trio.- lsl-.cd.5L W ashington
Chicago & DesMoit e
Kock lalai.d &. Brooklyn AC
;t"ru.t:i &. bock Island
J'bie;ig & Duvenoort
ST. I WEST
r 5 50
au i 8
am t 0
om i 8
ArrraL tt'eoarture. JDaiiy, except Sun
day. JIaily. except Saturday. All others
datiy. 'telephone 1063 anil 1421.
BTJR LI NGTON ROUTE C.
K A Q. RAILWA Y Depot
Second avenue and Tveo
M. J. YOUNG.
-t. Louis Springfield
Peoria, Qutney. uales
burs and sterling
6 25 am fi:53 am
t2:25pm tl-.:0I pm
7:15 pm 7:2S pm
t7:5 pm t7 25 pm
t 1:5S am
7:ft am 1:SS am
7:05 am 0:15 am
7:35 pm :15 am
Peoria. Beards town, Bur
lington, Denver and
Bt. Louis, Kansas City
Denver nd PacWc
Coast v la Galesburj . . .
Sterling and points in
East Mo'ine (suburban)..
St L. Denver and west
Clinton and "iibuqufc
Driven port and Clinion . -Clinton,
Du clique. La
Crosse, fct Paul, Minn
a-cl we t and N" W .. I
-Daiiy. tDaiiy except Sunday.
ROCK 1SHND A PKORIA
Railway. lx?rot Fliat avenue
and Twentieth aireet. M. A.
erflBlrtx I'atterson, ceceral pa-seoeer
y rfcUfil asmt. Pasnenirer trains leave
-j.flOUTE'' C. K I &P. (Molirle avenue)
jj depot ten (10) minutes earlier
than time flven.
V K. L. Gorr, A cent.
irf;ia. sprincnld. st. I
8:05 am 10 20 pm
Peoria- SprinpHeld. indian-
in?tfn. at Louts
l'eorla. tndianpolti, Cln-
HI)' rrard Accommodatl in
Cable Ac Pher'ard ccnm.i
Ca-le & Sherra'd Accom.
9 IS am
Z JO pm
Tra'ns marked arc daily. AU otters eally
CHIC GO, MILWAUKEE
& St. Paul Kllway. D ,
R. I. & S. W. paxneairer sta
tion at foot of seventeenth
street. George W. Wod,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport a. d Milwaukee will run
Via Davenport. Clinton and Savaona
U trains w'll connect at savanna for points
cat acd west.
I I.IGAVr ARRETS
Lfubuqie abd tot Paul Pas-
Duluque and at Paul Paw
10 15 am
0 15 pm
All trains dally excep Sunday.
Is 2.n AntlsEQtic Healinz Fcwicr
A Heil Cuts, Woundt. Bums tnd Sesldi-
M .Ihn it s.i. 2& ecnlA. Drunnicts.
We Keep You
At all Times
One of i he noticeable tilings about
our im-inhcrs is their neat appearance
all occasions. " u ran t 1 1 wliat
;i man is by tin- looks of his clothes.
.loin now. It ciists but one dollar
a month. Yon can't spend a dollar
to In-tter a lai:laav.
New Po.nitorium Club
Ed Dubinsky, Prop.
Tel. irevn ::T:;.
Pay Rent or 0
Home Co-Operative Co.,
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Will furnish yon ihr money to pay oft
your inortarc or buy si home in any
locality, and tfive '" 5fi vcars ml o
months to pay it back at the rate of
$5 35 PEH MONTH WITHOUT
In rase of dealh or total disability a
clear deed be fjiven. Strictest in
Oryanied .May 17, 11)01. Over $7,
Ooo.dOO business done. We are now
on rutin;? in diiTerent states. All
ofTicers handling money are binded
in the 1'. S. Fidelity and (lunrant
Co. 1'Ians an;l )ro-edure copyright
ed. There , are imitators springing
1 1 1 v. ho are infringing. Don't be mis
led. IJranrli Olllce: Math I'.nllillnr. over 1716
Seeoiifl Avenue, KiH'k Inlanil. 111.
OfTiee hours S a. in. to 8 p. ni. Sun
days. 'Z p. in. to G p. in.
W. A. BRICCS, Manager.
K talc of II H Lob c deceatsed.
The uedcrsicrned tiavinic been appointed e
peb rix of the 'ast w 11 and tn tamentof H
II. Lobc. lteof tbe county of iock Inland,
8 .ate of 11 Ino s, deceased. Drebr glires notice
that khe will appear te fore theco inty o 'urt of
hook Is and e untv, at the roum v court room,
la tbe city of hop In. and. at ths May term
oa tbe first Monday In May next, at
wnicb time ail persons haft lag claims aga nat
8.1j estate are notified ana r quested to at
tend for the purpose of faavirg tha ssme ad
justed All ptrsona indebted to said entate
are requested to make immediate payment to
Dated this 1Mb day of March. K D. 1903
Notice of Final Settlement.
Esta'erfWilUm J. Sbea. dec ed.
. udIic notice 1 hereby given tht tbe undet
signed. Catherine Shta. has thit day
filed her final re rot t and settle
ment as such la the county court
or Kock Inland rounty, and that an or
"er has been entered by said court ap
proving tbe said rem rt. unless objections
thereto or canse to the contrary be shown 'n
t befo-e the 10th day of April . D.
i'.m-J. and upon the final approval of said report
tbe saiil Ca herlne s,he will ak for an order
of distribution and will also ask to be discharg
ed. M twrsot n Interested are n- tried to attend
Uock Island, 111, March 2lst 1W-'
AdmlcLstratr'x of tbe estate of Wm J Shea
McEsiBT &. McKMHT. Solicitors.
Estate of John Scbu'.tz, deeeased.
f be uLderaigotMi amiag oeea appointed ad
Jilnistrator of the estate of John Schultz,
late of the county of Rock Iaiand, state o.
I lino's, deceased, hereby gives not oe that b
will appear before tbe county court of Rock
Islsnl cousty, at tbe county court room, li
toe c'ty of Rook island, at the May term
n toe first Monday in Wy next, at wblck
time all persons having claims against sal
euate are notified and requested to attend
tor 'be p'irposx or having tbe same adjusted
11 persons 1'debiel to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated tbUzist day of March. A D. 1902
Caul, Witt, Administrator.
Doim't Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only ty Madison Medl
cine Co.. Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut en each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
in bulk. Accept no substi
I'ort llyron. April 3. Mrs. Wilson,
of near -Milan, is visiting with her
Dr. and .Mrs. Sruslbaugh have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. .bdin Lyons of
Miss Cora David went to visit with
relatives in )eYitt, Iowa.
Mrs. Charles Hull and Miss Harold,
of Moline, came to visit with Mrs. K.
Mrs. Dr. MrCord. of Iowa City, came
to visit' with Mr. and Mrs. Ncy.
' Mrs. C. C. Coyne, of Moline, visited
several days with friends.
Stephen Allen having reached his
jdth birthday, his friends gathered
Saturday evening for the purpose of
commemorating the event. Mrs. Al
len provided a bountiful supper, after
w hich a reclining chair was presented
to Mr. Allen as a tokt'ii of respect.
Word was irecivrd Wednesday of
the death of Mrs. Margaret Stotler.
at Cedar .lunrtion, Kas. She was
.lesse Maxwell's only sister, ller age
was Mi years.
It is reported that Harry llasson.
who submitted to an operation for
appen licitis. is now on a fair way
Clnrenre .Mien has bought the resi
dence' in which he resides from .Mrs.
lohn O'llrien. of Clinton. Mr. Allen,
as soon as convenient, will make
some repairs that will improve the
appearance of the property.
The other day Messrs. Keelry and
Whiteside, at one tlraw of the seine,
near tin upper bland, had the good
fortune to capture about 1.500 pounds
of fish, mostlv buffalo.
Miss Maria C. Drehni. president of
the stale W. C. T. l. is to gbe a lec
ture in this place on the evening of
Corporal Walter Kogers. who is now
ill Fort Kiley. Kas.. writes home and
says tney cneounlereil a ,eere
storm on their trip from Cuba to the
I'nited States. After the storm i:t
out oi a pack of 17 mules were found
dead and were thrown overboard.
Sunday !a.-t there were special Fas
ter services at the t ongregat lonai
church. In the morning there was
a sunrise prayer meeting. At H::;o
the pastor. W. II. Shaw, preached
from the text. "If ( nnst be not
Ui.-eii." special music bcinir render
ed ly the choir. In the evening an
Faster program was rendered by the
Sundav school scholars.
(us Johnson is reported to have
sold his farm near Kapids I ity. re
ceiving $") per acre.
M. Ilincnga. hating obtained the
position of foreman of a ranroaa
construction crew whose work will
extend froirt Fulton to Moline. united
his family to town on Tuesday.
Ceorge K. Davison, who has been in
the employ of the (ilolie for three
vcars. has bought the Harry. 111..
Hreee," and will move his family to
t hat place soon.
The Passion Play, which is illtis-
tracte.l by moving pictures, and the
last of the Star course, was pre
sented at the M. I:, church Monday
evening the :Mst. I ne entertainment
was highlv appreciate I by a large
There were Faster services at the
Methodi-t church Sunday morning.
there being a profusion of plants ami
llowers upon the plalform. and the
choir sang select pieces, after which
Kev. Craine recited a poem and the
Sunday school children gave appro
Monday, Jesse 1 rat is, I.: years in
re, was hunting sparrows on the
sand Iwir. A sparrow flying away
In-fore he got good aim he carelessly
csted the muzle of his gun on his
foot and accidentally pulled the trig
ger, shooting liiniseii mrouj;ii in--
foot. Dr. limner dressed the wound.
There were Faster services Sunday
evening at the weclisit i.tnneriiii
church which were very appropriate.
Jacob Zeigler. brother of William
.eigler. of Hampton tow nship, w no
has been a resident of .Nebraska lor
vcars. is back again to see his old
home an I to visit with his relatives.
Alfred Wainw right, son of the
late Samuel Wainv. right, w ho has
ii ailinir and under the doctors
care for some time, cannot possibly
recover on account of the weakness
of his heart. His relatives have been
Foster. April Pi. I. 11. Foster arriv
ed lmuie from Iowa City last Satur
day. Miss Sadie Myers went to Musca
tine Tuesday to spen t a couple of
weeks with her sister.
Miss lleuiah Miller opened the
spring term of schoid at Drury's
Joseph Watson went to Talor
Ublge Monday to assist Ira Ileynohls
with his farr; work this summer.
Mrs. August Kranz invited her lady
friends to indulge in a rag-sewing at
her home Thursday. '
Andalusia. April .1. J. D. Walton
returned home from Iowa Saturday.
. Miss Hattie Hayes was shopping in
Kock Island Saturday.
Miss Anna Kruse. who is attending
college at DeKnlb. is home for a
Miss Nettie Shellsburg. of Musca
tine, is visting her sister, Mrs. Joseph
Mrs. A. W. Smith spent Sunday with
Mrs. McAfee of Taylor Ridge.
The Misses Myrtle P.urgoyne and
Sylvia Phillips visited in Kock Island
The Misses Anna and Marie Kruse
visited with Mrs. It. G. Thompson last
Mrs. Ynnderveer . returned last
week front lown. where she spent
the winter with her son.
William Stewart anil family of Kock
Island, will occupy the house vacated
by Joseph Simmons.
Mrs. Jones, who has been in Moiine
with her daughter. Mrs. 15. F. Mallard,
for some time, returned home last
Mrs. Sy It ester Moshcr died at her
home Sunday evening. March HO. She
was a daughter of Oliver Vaulaud
i up ha in and leaves :t husband and six
small children. The funeral was held
from the I". II. church at - o'clock
Cordova, April The seventh of
the Star course lectures was given
Mrs. Thatcher left Monday for
Chicago, where she will be joined by
her husband and daughter.
. Quite a' number of young people
gate Miss Clementina Thatcher a
farewell Saturday evening before her
dtpartiire for Chicago.
.1. W. Simmons, f l'orl llyron. was
in tow n Thursday.
Kev. Stucker is continuing his re
vival meetings this week.
Logan Trent ami family, aeeom
panie I by Andrew Trent. leave this
week for North Dakota.
Quite a number of friends gave Mrs.
Mate Mar-hall a farewell party last
Friday evening at the home of Mrs.
(i. II. Spoor before her departure for
Kock Island, where she will make
her future home.
Miss Hose Durhin ?s spending a
week's vacation at home.
Cla.tlon' Case, of Kock Island, tis
iled friends here.
Miss Not a Marshal! returned to
i neseo Monday to resume her
studies at the (ieneseo college.
Miss Tillie Wcndt is spending a two
weeks" vacation here.
Will Maxwell, of Kock Island, is
visiting friends here.
Joslin. April n. William White,
who has been Very sick, is improving.
tienrge Walker is visiting friends in
David A lams, who has been on the
sick list, is able to be around again.
Some of the farmers hate sown
oats, and potatoes will be planted
and gardens made this week.
Sadie Wainwright is spending a
few ilavs with her brother I-Uward
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Frank Sheppard wel
comed a little daughter to their
home hist Thursday.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Louis A"olff. ii Chlcago.in. was held
up and robbed of .2L'll by highway
men. Philip P. Mitchell and five of his
children wore burned in a tire that
destroyed his home near Johnstown,
Walter Allen, a negro, was lynched
and perforated with bullets at Koine,
tin., for attacking a girl l." years old.
William Schrciber. an Kli.abct hport,
X. J bank defaulter, who stole up
ward of ..'UHH. is in Honduras work
ing ii hamuin farm.
The dock laborers at Finnic. Hun
gary, have struck for an increase of
John Lcsscl. foreman of the repair
shops of the Chicago. Milwaukee ami
St. Paul railway at Perry. Ia., was
fatally injured by the lid of a sand
drum blowing olT.
Mrs. . 1 Levy, aged years, liv
ing sixteen miles west of Austin. Tex.,
has been Tnunlereik robbed ami her
body burned. Xo clue.
The disabled Ctinard line steamer
Ftruria. which left l-'ayal. Azores.
March 17. in tow of two tugs, has
arrived at Liverpool.
The Cuban supreme rnurt has fixed
the bail of Kstcs (5. Kathbone at 11H,
First Lieutenant Pert II. Merchant.
KUhth infantry, tiled of dysentery and
liver abscess at Manila April He
wns born in Michigan.
Samuel Wolverton. cashier of the
tlallatin Xationnl bank at Xew York,
has been elected president of that in
stitution. The Xew York Security and Trust
company has declared a quarterly ttiv
Irtend of S per cent.
The Chilean congress will meet in
extraordinary session April 7 to dis
cuss Unynci.nl matters. .
President's First Message.
The president's first message was
considered by everyone, regardless
of political differences, to be a won
derful literary production, and was
of such a character as won Id t end to
raise the author much higher in the
estimation of the people of the I'nit
ed. States. In selecting a medicine
most suited for family needs it is ill
wiijs wise to choose one that is held
in hig esteem by thousands of peple
who know its value from HrsonaI
exerienco. Such a medicine is Hos
tetter's Stomach Hitters. Xo other
remedy can take its place as a cure
for belching, heartburn, dizziness,
headache, nervousness. indigestion
or constipation. We would therefore
urge every sufferer to try it. It is
also a splendid spriiig'toiiic ami pre
ventive of la grippe, malaria, fever
Wise is the girl whose sense of self
interest prompts her to take Kocky
Mountai-n Tea. It fills her full of
vigor, and there is always honey in
her heart for you. T. 11. Thomas'
Chicago, April 3. Following are tne open
In;, highest, lowest and closing quotations
In today's markets:
April, 70'i: 7(l: 70t: 70U'.
Mav, 7i'fi.7n4: 7u': 71',: 71'Kb.
July, 72 VtS.7; 71?,; 71' .
April, 50; Fl: 59: 59.
May, eoH'fttiO'.: 6e'i: 59; W .
July, 61&61; 61'; 00 , ; 8l? .
April, 4i'; 42'; 4J'.
May, l'.'H;'t; 42: 1JV
July, 3I?b: 31?a ; 34'B; 31'.
April. 16 35: 10 35; 16.85; Iti.Ilo.
May, 16.7(1; lfi.70: lti 4-': 10 45
July, 16 80510 S7; It?. 17; 16.57; 10.57.
April. 9.55: P.55: 9.55; P.55
Mav, 9.7.V&.U 77; 9.77; 9.WI; 9.00.
J ul .f7; 9.f7; 9.70; 9.70.
April. 8.S5: 8.85; P.S5: 8.85.
May, 8.9T; 8.97: 8.H7;
July. 9.05; 9.07: 8.97-: 8.97 . .
Receipts today: Wheat 10, corn 104. oats
101. Hon i.ouo. cattle lo.oou, sheep K-.ooo.
Hoks left over, 11,012.
Hoii market onened steady. Light.
tfl.4i'.2 6.80: mixed and butchers, u.5.Vrt.6.9:
good heavy, 0 uofi7.0o; rough heavy, ti.oo5
Cattle market opened steaily.
Sheep market ojiened steailv.
Kansas City Hog receipts- .iX, cattle 4,000.
Omaha Hotss fe.mio, cattle U.700.
Union Stock yards. 8:40 a. m.
Hog market slow at' yesterdays close.
Liehl. 6.4ih.o 77: tnixcu and butchers.
6UiftB.95: pooil heavy, 0.tK7.(0; rough
neavy, fo.wiito. ..i.
t attle market strong to ioc niener.
Siicep market strong. best5(a.loc higher.
Hot market closed mostlv 5c lower. I.iiiht.
6 40 C.77: mixed and butchers, 0 5f(f?6 V5;
good heavy, o li.H7: rough heavy, ifo eiKit
Cattle market closed generally h)c lower.
Sheen market closed strong, best 5Otc
F.stimated .receipts Friday: Wheat 25.
coru 80, oats 7;. hogs 20.000.
Xew York storks.
New York. April 3. -The -following are the
closing quoluwuus on the New York stock
so. Pacilic &": sugar U2.C. & A. com. 36.
gas lir.n.,. I'ouna. 150?. H. & O. loOi-i. C. K. I. &
P. l.s.-.t . m. a: st.i'aui lusi't. Manhattan .iiu't.
Pacific Mail 4.1. Atchisoncommou 7s. W. U.
Tel. Co. mi '. N. Y. Central Itil1,,. L. & N.
Hifti-i. H. It. T. C" it. D. li. pld. 81V, leather
ptd. copper Oil-V.. Atchison ptd. 97V, U.
steel I'M mv. I . s steel common 42,t,
Missouri 1'acitic loo1. Union l'aciiic common
1024. coal and iron 7o. Kric common W,
Wabash uld 121. tin can common 15s. tin can
LOC VI. MAItKKT CONDITIONS.
Today's UuottloiiH ou l'rovlnlon.
Stuck. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. April. ,'l 1 11 t c prices of live
stock the Hock Island markets have follow
ed those ot the larye packing centers during
the week and advanced sharply. The open
ing ot farm work has tended to rut down the
receipts of grain and hay on the market and
hay prices remain if anything higher than
last week. E.as have not experiences the
decline that had been expected after Easter.
They are scarce ami by far the larger por
tion sold in the city are beiny shipped in
from the surrounding country towns. It is
now believed that the price will not go be
low I2:i cents during the spring, as the
packers at e buying t hem in the large cities
for storage purposes at a figure that will
probably tend to prevent a decline. Follow
ing arc the wholesale quotations in today's
Butter Creamery Sic. dairy 20c to 21c.
Kggs Fresh 12'c.
Live poultry - Chickens 9c, turkeys 10c.
ducks 9c. geese 9c.
Wild Ducks Mallards 1.50 per dozen, mis
cellaneous 2 to i-2 50 H-r dozen.
vegetables potatoes o to tfne. onions I.7S,
Fruits Apples per bbl. ?1.25 to 15.50.
Cattle Steers J1.25 to 16.25. cows and
heircrs f-YKl to .".oc. calves 15.50 to J6.no.
Hogs Ajixed and butchers 6.00 to 450.
Sheep -Yearlings or over, ver cwt. to
fl 50, Lambs per head 3.50 to o 50.
Feed and Fuel.
Crain Corn 6sc. oats 46c to 18c.
Forage Timothy hav I4. prairie hay
12. clover hav i;t. baled prairie tl2, baled
timothv I3. oat straw 7 50.
Wood Hard, per load $4. 50.
Coal-Lump, per bushel '12c, slack, per
IF YOU WISH vour monev to earn a higher
rate of interest than is paid by savings
banks, call on Marion K. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-35. Mitchell & Lynde building,
- Kock Island.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pav more lhau anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
DO YOU WANT AUKNTS? Many years' ex
, perience places us in a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask lor free letters
of information and bulletin of daily papers
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord ii Carver. Racine, Wis.
MANAliF.lt W. NT Kl Office manager to
hell, collect and advertise in every county
seal in Missouri, Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky, Arkansas and Texas: salary 50
monthly, commission and expenses extra:
yearly "contract: iermanenily located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassing: 25
cash security required: single man pre
lerred: personal interview desired; if you
want our proiiosition by mail inclose So
cents to cover expenses, postage stamps or
coin. Missouri Medical and Chemical com
pany, 511 North Garrison avenue, St. Louis,
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office
E. PP. It. 2;' "L. 81, 3: "F. 23.
' 3; ".!
H. J. TOHER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
Ve place on sale tliis week GO pairs of ladies' line
Donjjfola slioes of the same stock our cutters used in our
east window. Medium, heavy and li";ht soles, military
and opera heals, ood style
price, 2.50, stamped on soles, during this
Opposite Harper House, Uock Island, Illinois.
WANTED-Some good bell boys at the Har
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 who ua? ii .in t.vfln-i i, in,- in p. ...
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian. River Commercial company,
WANTED Traveling representative for
Illinois to advertise and collect. Moderate
salary and expenses to start. Oood route:
position permanent, with advancement.
Koad manager, 3o2 Caxton building. Chi
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 apply.
WANTED-Men for salesmen. Local or
traveling. We emplov ou iotn salary anu
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will yield good income. Our sab smeu
make from $40 a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. G. Chase Co.,
Geneva. N. Y.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED -Two dininu room girls and a
scrub girl at the Kock lsianu nouse.
WANTED A competent cook. Apply to
Mrs. Julia ROsenhelo. .Nineteentii street.
W ANTED-Stripper and Imncner girls at
Morrison s cigar tactory. iiu i mru avenue.
WANTED Dish washing and dining room
girl at Wrights restaurant, isa stiuuu
WANTED-A vuu.it girl tor general house
work in the country, luiiuire at821JS"ine-
WANTED -Girl for general housework at
HOUVt Third avenue. r.ntr;tuce ouroui
teeuili street. No washing.
WANTED-Ladies to learn liairdressing.
manicuring or laciai massage: ionr
requ'red Send lor catalogue. Moler col
lege. Chicago. 111.
WANTED Ladies can secure pleasant and
steaUv empiovmcni at tneir nomes at fo.ou
per week. Address M. Brandt i Co.. :ti:l
Church street. New York, with addressed
WANTED At once a young lady stenograph
er, one who can keep a small set oi single
entrv books. Must have rtrst class reter
ence' regarding character and honesty.
Apply between 7 and 8 p. ni. at 1230 Second
tv w'TFn Dress m akin c to doat home Sat
lstactiou guaranteed, can at luio entn
WANTED Posit'on as liookkeeper or assist
ant bv voung man. nest ot reterence. Aa
dress'P". O. Hox No. 35. Kock Island.
WANTED-Work in upholstering, cabinet
making and repairing of all kinds. Work
called Tor and delivered and satisfaction
fuaranteed. Also manufacturer of Easy
Jright furniture polish. Call on or teie
, phone G. V. Christ, 2119 Fourth avenue.
Phone No. 672 Green.
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED To rent horse and harness tor one
or two months. Address c. 'i.e. care Argus
WANTED Hoard and room by couple with
two cnildren aged three and six years.
Address with price "1. 19" care of Argus.
WANTED Hv tamiiv of three, a four or
tive-rooni house within 10 or 12 blocks of
postomce. Address Dr. M., care of Argus.
WANTED House of seven or eight, rooms,
modern conveniences, situated between
Twentieth and Elm streets and Fifth and
Eighth avenues. Address H." care Argus.
W A XT E I - M I SC ELL AN EOl'S.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
if vou sell Stark trees. Louisiana, Mo.:
Danvalle. N. Y.
WANTED Young men. Our illustrated
catalogue explains how we teach barber
trade in eight weeks: mailed free. Moler
Barber college. Chicago, 111.
WANTED - Hoarders. Modern boarding
house with home conveniences and first
clas service at reasonable rates. Mrs.
Burke. I4iioV4 Third avenue, entrance on
WANTED A voung man or lady to repre
sent the Parrhelee Home Delivery Library
in Kock Island ami adjoining cities. Lib
eral compensation and steady liosition.
Apply after 5 p. m. at 310 Twentieth street.
WANTED An established wholesale house,
receutlv incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage compeleut manager for
branch housed Salary tlw) per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest f 1.000
in capital stock of company, on w hich divi
dend of 6 percent will lie guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST tin Fourth avenue between Tenth
and Seventeenth streets single detached
eyeglass with gold rim. Finder leave at
1011 Fourth avenue and receive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rales. Marion E. Sweenev. attor
ney, rooms 33-35. Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Kock Island.
MONEY TO IIAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property for
sale or rent. VV. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN I have monev at 3 per
cent and 4 per cent lor those wfio wish to
build new nouses. Drop a card to No. 1228
WANTED To loan, money on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for secend hand goods of all kinds also.
The alove goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 1623 Second avenue. Don't forget
If Jones' second-band store. Two rings
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman L Co.,
171 4 Second avenue.
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 references.
Hours 1 to b, and 7:30 to 9 p. m.
FOR KENT -ROOMS.
FOR RENT Choice offices and store room
in Illinois theatre building. Apply to T. J.
FOR RENT Furnished room with modern
conveniences at 728 Fifteenth street. En
quire at 1621 '4 Second avenue
FOR RENT A furnished pleasant front
room wi'h privilege ot light housekeeping,
it desired. Also one sleeping room. Apply
at No. 230 Thirteenth street.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT One corner store. At location
tor a drug store. Inquire at No. 1103 Third
FOR RENT A 7-room house on Thirty
fourth street and Ninth avenue. Inquire
of Mrs. P. Grampp, 3401 Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT A five room flat over store
room No. 1513 Second avenue. Inquire of
Beecher Bros, or at Williams' second hand
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT A forty acre farm in Bowling
township, with a good house, tine well and
cistern thereon. Inquire of Daniel Scullv.
No. 2128 Fifth avenue. Rock Island.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Good lots on Fifteenth street.
Easy terms. A. Rush & Co.
FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres ot
laud for sale inSouthUeights at a bargain.
FOR SALE Iowa farms at 4 per acre cash
balance one-halt crop till paid. John Mul
hall, Sioux City. Iowa.
FOR SALE Rivervlew terrace lots. Twenty-ninth
street ami Eighth avenue, only
$."ki. Sewer and water. For sale bv E. It.
FOR SALE -H. K. Walker has five lots on
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets that he
will sell at i:B. 2s5 and ifsno. Verv east
terms Residence UMI2 Seventeenthstreet.
Telephone 5812 Hrown.
FOR SALE Lots lu McEnirv's addition bv
E. J. Burns, room 12. Mitchell & Lynde
buiiding. 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-Fine Southern Missouri lands
and excellent Icuit farms from l.5o
per acre up. Small payment down
and balance on time, or will take citv
properiv in exchange Southern Missouri
is one of the best fruit countries in the
world and has au excellentclimate. Values
in this set tion will soon be on the rise. In
vestigate cf Goldxmitn & McKce.
FOR SALE -Excellent building lots located
in the new additions on Fourteenth street
between Sixteenth and Eighteenth ave
nues. They are in size 4nxl5o. 45x150. 5oxl5o
feet: two blocks from street car line, and
lino feet from the new park. We will give
sjiecial inducements tor cash, however. w"c :
will consider terms or monthly payments.
Applv to Goldsmith & McKee
FOR SALE Excellently built 8-room house
new. situated on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, between Ninth and Tenth avenues.
This is a beautiful street paved with cin
ders, elegant terrace, and the view some
thing grand. This house is modern and
well built, and could not be duplicated
within 500 of what this can be purchased
at today. Please investigate at Goldsmith
FOR SALE Lots in Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 2Moot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lying or.
limestone rock. Ah abundant supply of
pure water can be had at a small expense
by drilling so feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 2d feet apart along the curb. If
you are iuterested in a cheap building lot.
the price and terms that these lots are of
fered for 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 have in Highland park
This is the most desirable residence por
tion of the city . It is almost certain the
Tri-Citv Railway company will enter 4his
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
vear will increase In value 25 per cent
The fall or winter is the time to purchase
building lots: all 50x140 teet. Apply to
Goldsmith & McKee
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A good working horse. Address
Carl Voellger." Andalusia. 111.
FOR SALE A 2-seat platform spring wagon
with shafts. Inquire at Kobu's express
ortlce. Twentieth street.
FOR SALE - 20 coloniesof beesio Sangstroth
hives. Apply to Henry Schroder, south of
Thirtieth street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE-Show cases, shelving, store
with glass front. tables, counters, horse and
wagons and surrey. Inquire at 2100 Fourth
FOR SALE Nine good strong colonies of
bees at Eastman's. Eleventh-and-a-half
avenue and Twentieth street. Will be
sold cheap if taken soon.
FOR SALE -Barred Plymouth Rock, white
and brown Leghorn eggs for batchisg.
l.oo per setting ot 15. Satisfaction guar
anteed. C. M. Yeaman. Elm street poul
FOR SALE Bargains In all kinds of second
hand tin lures and tools, watches, diamonds
and, Jewelrv at theGreater New York Loan
bank. 320 Twentieth street. Money ad
vanced oa everything. Phone 603 brown.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctlv. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, dealh. accidents and
everthing ot interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to in p. m. 705 Fourth avenue.
M ME. LEl'CELE. the great eastern clair
voyant, is in the city for a short time. She
tl"ls the past, present and future. Mm
Leucele has had years of experience ami
gives vou houest work. She tells you
everything you want to know pertaining to
business, law suits, marriages and di
vorces. All readings guaranteed Hours
from 9 a. m. to p. m. including Sundavs.
at No. 318 Sixteenth street.
WIDOW LADY past middle age would like
to corresond with elderly gentlemen with
matrimonial intentions. "One with means
or a comfortable home preferred. Ad
dress Mrs. Gelora J. Skervin, general de
livery. Rock Island.
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