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THE AEGTJS, SATURDAY, AFBIIi 2G, 1902.
After 'laving been married 41 years
;in:l livintr with his wife for 13 years
of that time, C. K. Rowler has filed a
petition for tiivoree 011 the fjrounil of
tk-sertion. He alleges in his petition
that he was married to Sarah Uovvler,
his wife, nt l.leneoe, lielmont county.
Ohio, on Sept. 25, 111 . und.Iived with
her for 15 years, after whieh time
she absented herself from him, and
has continued to do tso up to the pres
ent time. One daughter, now 27 years
of affe, is the sole issue of the union.
Jle prays an absolute divorce.
V ""'No v named Crahain. living on
West Fifth street, lacerated 11 11 eye
so badly Thursday afternoon that Dr.
Yollmer. who was called, decided that
tif t-ya was beyond sating, and that
its removal in advance- of the setting
in of inllammat ion that woiil I threat
en the dlier one. was the proper
thing. The boy was removed to St.
Luke's hospital, where Mrs. Yollmer
and, .lappc took out tin- ruim-d optic.
The lad had been at tempt ing to ex
plode a prcciission cap with a rock,
an.l the cap Hew into his eye.
Impiiry at Dr. Crawford's office
brings out the assurance f Dr.
liraunlich's convalescence. This will
be cheerful tidings to his friends, and
it is hoped that the term of his inac
tivity will not be prolonged. The doc
tor is taking nourishment and re
sponding readily to treatment. While
mending slowly, there is always a
chance and the danger of u relapse,
and this is being carefully guarded
A lad named Henry Schumacher,
living at 1510 Uockingliam road, and
employed at the Fremont Mutter Tub
factory, while soaping belts just be
fore 11 o'clock yeserday morning ac
cidentally got his hand into the saws,
suffering frightful laceration. The
tails Jiau'.l slipped from the soapy
belting and to save himself from fall-
in:.' he placed his right hand on the
saw table. Ileing greasy from the
soap the hand again slipped into the
saws. The ambulance was called and
the lad was taken to Dr. I Iocs office
on West Third street where his in
juries were dressed. The lad will not
lose any of his dibits by reason of his
experience, alhough some suffering
II. F. Painter, who recently came
back from Oklahoma, thinks he is the
iinluckiest man in the city. While in
the newly opened country he had the
misfortune to sustain n fall, fractur
ing his left arm in two places. Thurs
day evening in company with Carl
Tliode and Fred Susemihl he drove
our to tin Mile track, tying up at a
tavern near bv. In mounting the
Hot Bargains in Cool Goods
The time ia fast approaching when you will be in search of
KEFRHGERATORS, BLUE FLAME
AND) GSSOLDNE STOVES, ETC.,
to fortify yourself against the long heated term of summer weather. We auI you to .now that we are
better prepared to supply your wants in these goods than any house In the Jl'ri-Cities, and we solicit your
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Quick Meal Gasoline
Stoves from $2.50 to
The handsomest lice you ever saw.
gy to return to tne city .Mr-. I'aint
er met wiin still nnotner accident.
which resulted in the fracture of the
left arm at one of the old breuks. He
was mounting when the horse gave a
lurch forward, throwing him to the
ground. He was brought to the city
and to the residence of Dr. C. F. Itu-
dolf, who reduced the fructure.
According to a circular issued by
(ieneral Manager ). II. Grant, of the
I).. II. I. & X. W'. railway, the station
of Gilbert will be known and appear
on the company's maps and time
cards after May 4 as "IJettentlorf."
The change is made in compliment to
the industries to Ik started there,
which are expected soon to make the
Davenport suburb a thriving village.
A notable business change is prob
able here in the next few days in the
shaiH of the reorganization, to per
mit of further expansion, of the
Schick Kx press company. As the
plans are slated the new company t,o
be incorporated will include F. .1.
Dntigherty. August StelTen. Mrs. .lulia
T. Steffen and John Schick and will be
capitalized at $100,000 and perhaps
bonded for SllKl.OOO more, the large
business already built up by the
Schick's making the company a big
thing. Another $25.UOO building is a
practical certainty as boon as the new
company is in business, two big struc
tures of the present company already
being crowded and more room being
necessarv. 1 he iiroDauiiit v is that
the new building will go up on land
recently purchased by the Schicks
on Harrison street opposite the new
depot. The bay horse owned by Grant 11.
Xutting succumlM'd to apoplexy about
4 o clock Ihursday afternoon while
standing in front of the Sickles, l'res-
ton !t Xutting wholesale house. The
animal was a valuable buggy horse
and a splendid driver.
A letter addressed to Henry Chris
tian Struck, deceased, was received in
this city yesterday. It advised the
deceased of the death of his sister-in-law,
the wife of Mr. St ruck's brother,
which occurred Tuesday in Iloone
county. Iowa. Coming at the time it
did. the letter brought a double grief
to the willow and survivors of the late
Henry C. Struck, Sr.
The following persons have given
tribute to Cupid: C. T. Sehreiber
an.l Carrie I'chtorff. both of Daven
port: .lohn Sievers. of Davenport and
Clara ISoecker, of l'lilridge.
Al l. Y. 11. Keg nnittcr and C. S.
Cameron have tiled their answers in
the election contest cases commenc
ed aganist them. They deny all al
legations and insist that they are
dulv and Icirallv elcted. .1. A. Iliinlcv
tiled his answer to the contest filed
The New Sec
Latest and best thing out. Shown only at onr store. Also
see the new things we htve In iron beds. Very swell.
r f nnn off r r a C. niirilnnnT . 22z''rZil
in his case on Wednesday, that being
the last day of grace.
Wednesday night n young married
man who was employed by u local
photographer left for parts unknown.
At the same, time a married lady,
with whom he hud lecn seen fre
piently, also left the city. The la
dy's husband once oierated u laundry
in Kewanee, 111., and afterward in
this city. He is now out of town.
The disappearance of the two parties
at the same time has led to the sup
xisitiou of collusion, with inteut to
desert wife and husband for one an
other. Light nig played peculiar pranks in
the bottom lands below the city early
yesterday morning, and .lohn F. Koth
is looking for new horses in place of
the three horses that were killed. The
lightning struck his burn but did pot
tire the structure. In the burns were
four horses, three of which were kill
ed instantly and the fourth was so
stunned and shocked that she had to
be helped to her feet and has since
refused to either eat or drink.
A. L. Mueller, the well-known book
keeper for the I'eto-Steffen Saddlery
company, will return Monthly from
Milwaukee, where he has been under
the care of a leading occulist. He
has been suffering for some time with
an affection of the eyes ami his sight
has been gradually failing. His many
friends will be grieved to learn that
he lias gone blind and that the pros
pects of even partial recovery are
Mrs. Mary Thompson, mother of
Mrs. Hiram Shunk, of this city, died j
yesterday afternoon. Deceased was
born .Ian. 5, ls.'O. and was therefore
titi years old. She has been in failing
health for some years, and the end
was not altogether unexpected. The
funeral will be held at the family res
idence. 512 Kirkwood boulevard, Sun
day at 2:"0 p. m.
There will be a race tomorro.w at
the Davenport mile track between
horses owned by .lohn Manwaring and
William Howard. The go is for $100
a side, the owners to drive their
horses. Two best heats in three will
decide it. The race begins at 2:ii0.
Llrented to Weil.
Martin S. Sutler berg Chicago
Miss Anna 'A. Loweii Fvanston
To Cur Crip In Two Days.
Laxative l?romo-Quinine removes
the cause. 11. W. Grove's signature
on cTerv box. Trice 25 cents.
"Cure the cough and save the life."
Dr. Wood's Xorway Fine Syrup cures
coughs and colds, down to the very
verge of consumption.
tor at our
Announcement is made by Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. IJragg, of Tuscola, 111., of
the approaching marriage of their
daughter. Miss Kva Dragg, to II.
Stanley Skinner, of Moline. The cer
emony will take place at the First M.
E. church in Tuscola Tuesday even
ing, June 10. Mr. Skinner is one of
Moline's most prominent young men,
and a grandson of the late I'orter
E. Mayer is about ready to let plans
for a store building on Fifteenth
street. It will be 2S.MI feet ami two
stories high. He is also thinking of
putting up u building fronting on
Fourth avenue. The conraet will be
let for the Kimball block at the cor
ner of Fourth avenue and Fifteenth
street in a few days. Architect Cer
vin is drawing plans for both.
Frank Kraut and wife, who live at
ISt-j Twelfth street, art considerably
dist tirlx-il over the serious turn of
things in their neighborhood, espec
ially since Thursday night, when they
were shot ut by some erson while
sitting within their home. The first
that they were alarmed was last
Sunday, when they left their home
and went to (ialesburg to attend a
funeral. They were away all day
and at l:i o'clock Sunday night the
roof of the porch was set lire. There
is no other cause for it as there has
never been a lire near where the
Sunday night lire was discovered.
Thursday evening at 10 o'clock they
were sitting in their dining room
when they were startled by the re
port of a revolver shot, which came
from the south side of the house. The
wall was examined and the mark of
the bullet was found in the founda
tion below the window.
John T., 7-year-old sou of A. H.
l'eterson. of 1007 Eighteenth avenue.
died at his home Thursday afternoon
at i:-5 o'clock, after an illness of 11
weeks with pneumonia. Only one
month ago his sister died and he was
the only child the now bereaved par
ents had left. Hjs death is indeed a
very hard blow for the parents and is
keenly felt by them. The funeral
was held at 2:'M o'clock this after
noon. John llingtuist. of the firm of
l'eterson & Kingquist. met with an
accident Thursday evening which will
lay him up for a week or so. He was
rifling west along Fifth avenue on his
wheel at the time and near the cor
ner of Fourteenth street struck a
brick that was lying on the pavement
iu such a manner as to throw him
with irreat force to the ground. Hy-
stantlers rushed to his assistance autl
it was found that he was half stunned
Hnl barely able tn staml up on ac
count of ii bruised leg. He was con
veyed to his home hi the ambulance.
Xo bones were broken but he was
bruised more or less about his body
Miss llender. a sister of Mrs. Ciust
l'eterson. of 17:21 Second avenue, sus
tained a fracture of her right arm
at the wrist by falling on a sidewalk.
Edward Schalom. of Ii4S Seventh
street, will be laid up two or three
weeks as a result of a fall on a slii-
pery Moor and sustaining a severe in
jury to his right knee cap.
W. A. Kosenfield and A. W. Ebliert
of the Moline Wagon company, at
tended a special meet ing -of the Xa
tional Wagon Manufacturers asso
ciation held at t ho Auditorium Annex
hotel in Chicago Wednesday. The
tpiestions of product ion, cost and
selling price were thoroughly dis
cussed. It was the sense of the meet
ing that as the cost of material has
steadily increased since the annual
meeting in Xovember. 1H0I. an ad
vance in the selling price of wagons
Information whs received today
that the public building which Moline
has been expecting to get has been
left out of the congressional appro
priation bill as passed'.
Messrs. 1". C Allen. C. II. Stephens
IG. II. Huntoon and 1. M. Price were
in Stoughton, Wis., Thursday and
purchased the stock of the Mantlt
Uagoii company. The company was
immediately reorganized by the elee
tion of C. It. Stephens, C. H. Lippin-
cott. i. H.. Huntoon. W. H. laylor, r.
M. Price, I. C. I'danding. F. CJ. Allen
ami T. C. Lund as directors. The di
rectors elected: President. F. (!. Al
len; vice president. C. K. Stephens,
secretary. P. M. Price: treasurer. C.
H. I.ippincott. Today the new Moline
company will be organised and the
stock will be turned over to it. The
comoanv will manufacture wagons
and sleds. It is not their intention
tti manufacture buggies or cutters.
The purchasers take ul $S1.:J00 of
stock in absorbing the plant. The ca
pacity tif the Stoughton concern is
7.0OO vehicles a year ami 10" men are
II. A. Harnard is talking of rebuild
inir his residence on the hill at the
head of Twentieth street this sum
mer. His home there was destroyed
b- lire two years n-ro ami since that
time the site has leen unoccupied. It
is probable that work will be taken
up this spring.
At a special meeting of the V. M. C.
A. directors thr . proposition of the
Young Peoples Christian Athletic as
sociation was taken antl fifty mem
bers of the latter will be transferred
to the V. M. C. -. The apparatus
and tpiarters of the C. A. A. will be
turned over to the Y, M. C. A. in con
sideration of that organization pay
ing the bills of the former. The Y.
M. C. A. will vacate the rooms in the
McKinnie block May 1 for those in
the Five Points building, where a
gymnasium and baths will be avail
able. DAMAGE BY WIND
Telephone, Telegraph and Light
Wires Tangled House
The wind wrought some damage
about the city last evening antl play
ed a number of pranks characteristic
tif a sudden stpiall.
The high wind that prevailed all
night, together with the confusion in
sending train orders had the effect
tif rendering most of the early morn
ing trains late from a few minutes
to a couple of hours. Xti wash-outs
or bad damage from the wind are
reported anywhere along the lines in
the vicinity of the city.
In the country there was consid
erable havoc wrought among empty
barns and hay sheds and windmills.
The Xewton homestead in South Mo
line was unroofed by 1he sudden
squall curly in the evening.
Chicago. April 20. Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
In today's markets:
April. 75; 7.V 75; 75.
May, 7I'3.74-. ; 751,; 71: 751,;.
July. ibs'&SM: : w-i; 70 .
April. 2: 6i: twv fl-'V
May, 6is(r.6-; a; 62H: ft!i.
July, ttfH&tttfc; Mi;03?.
April. 4'V.i; 42V. i-H.
Mav. 42'4:4-!: 42': 42H
J ufy, ao; 35?4-; U5!4; 36
April. 10. K2; 16.H2; 16.H2; 1 82.
May, 16.72; 1B.82-: 16.70. 1HH2.
July, 162; 17.C5; 16.92; 17.U5.
April. 9.92: 9.SI2-; H.92-: P.92 .
May. U.82; 9.02: 9 82; 9.92-.
July, 9.9o; 10.07; 9.9ft; 10.07.
April. 9.3.V. 9.;S: Q :V: 0.3.Y
May. 9 20; .:$.: 9.2ii; 9.a
July. W.37; 9.47; 9 MS; 9.47.
RecelMs todav: Wheat 3;i. corn 91. oats
i:W. Hoes 10.11. market prospects steady.
Horn lelt over. 5 ui9.
L.iKht. fl jei,7. l.": mixed and butch
ers, o 80?b7 ;io; pood heavy, to 907.10; rough
Hoe market closed 'weak.
I-ietU. t fi&7.IO: mixed and butchers. $6 80
7.3ii: good heavy, K3 903,7.35; rough heavy,
Kstimaled receipts Monday: Wheat 2o
corn 12.S oats 20. hogs :if.ooo.
New York Storks.
New York. AiirilSti. The following are the
closing quotations ou tne or stock
So. l'acittc fi7'-K. susar 12t. C. & A. com. 37,,
gas lul'i- I't'iina. I.c'-.: B. & O. Ki9'.C. K. I. 4
t'. 171. t:. M. & St.l'aul itiHv. Manhattan i:cu.
1'acihc Mail i2Ki. Atchison common St. W. U.
Tel. Co. 92. N. Y. Central tt-,J,. 1.. & N
129. U. K. T. 7114. R. 1- 1!1 tU. leather
pfd. 8.V4. copper MiM. Atchison pfd. &',. U.
S. Steel ptd U. K. Steel common 4:1.
Missouri Pacitlc KM. Union Pacinc common
lift!', coal and iron 72H, Krie common 39,
Wabash ptd t.s1.. tin can common , nucau
New York Hank Statement.
New York. April 26. Reserves increased
I2.8S2.400: loans decreased. l.ti7.30ii: specie
Increased. 761. OHO: lesals Increased. 2..S63.-
900: deposits increased. 1.772.800; circu
lation decreased. fti.tM.
LOCAL. MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions. Live
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. April 26. Following are the
wholesale quotations on the local market:
nutter Creamery 27c, dairy 23c.
Kegs Fresh 13c.
Live poultry Chickens 9c, turkeys 10c
ducks 9c. geese 9c.
Vegetables Potatoes 90 to 95c, onions 11.7b
Fruits Apples per bbl. 14.25 to 15.50.
Cattle Steers 4.2S to M.2K. cows
heiters f2.mi to .VU0. calves $.Vf0 to 0.0ii.
Hogs Mixed and butchers $6.00 to ti.50.
Sheep -Yearlings or over, per cwt.
(1 50, Lambs per head 3.50 to 15.50.
FmI and Fuel.
Grain Corn 7iv. oats ic.
Forace Timothy hav 14. prairie
U2. clover hay 13. baled prairie 112, baled
tlmotnv ti:i. oat straw 7.nu.
Wood Hard, per load M.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel 12c, slack, j-er
WANTKO -M ISCKLLANEOI78.
WANTF.n Stark nursfri cars cash weeklr
if you sell Stark trees. Louisiana. Mo?;
uanviue, w. y.
WANTED Drl vln it horse, black or bav
weight about lloo and tree from blemishes:
city broke ana perreciiv saie lor woman
to drive, address. Box 205 city.
WANTED - Younc man or ladv to represent
. The Parmelce Home Delivery Library in
Rock Island and also surrounding cities.
Applv after ft p. m at 310 Twentieth street.
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 ll.rtto
In capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 8 per cent will he guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 liansas City, Mo.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO IX1AN on real estate serity at
lowest rates. Marion E. Sweenev, attor
ney, rooms :-35, Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of securitv. Also choice property for
sale or rent. V. L. Coyne, 830 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. 1823 Second avenue. Don't forget
it- Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A ladv gold watch, same can be
ludentitled at the Argus oftice.
MADAM ST. MARIK. palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctlv. 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
I to 10 p. m. T05 Fourth avenue.
If you wish to be "in the swim"' you must wear the popular
makes of shoes. Why not? Especially when they are well
made, comfortable and stylish. We have them, in the W. L.
Douglas $ o.50 and $4.00 shoes: and Ilanan $,.00.
New things in men's Oxfords just in.
Opposite Harpor House,
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Some good bell boys at the Har
WANTED -A boy about ltt vears old to
drive wagon. Apply to Hudson & Collins.
WANTED A man who can do farm work
and milk cows. Apply to Jacob Schaum,
South Rock Island.
WANTED A few good bench mouMers.
Work all the year for good steady work
men, Sattley Mfg. Co., Decatur, 111.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED A reliable man of good address.
UU V. II V. .1 &1A . A Jv .v ' - ... a....... ...
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian River Commercial company,
WANTED Detective, shrewd, reliable man
wanted in everv locality tor prontabie sec
ret service. Exerience unnecessary.
Write, American Detective association, In
WANTED An energetic man to represent
manufacturer in Illinois, goou route. Lat
eral salary and exienses. References re
quired, finclose self addressed envelope.
Manager. 701 Star building, Chicago.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making specialty to tne grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company. Decatur,
111. None but urst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED- 35 Fraternal InsuranceSolicitors
for Illinois territory tor a young moaern
up-to-date order: best contract ever offer
ed. Address or applv to Chas. R. Mcl'ord.
district deputv, l522HThird avenue. Moline,
WANTED Men for salesmen. Local or
traveling. We emplov on both salary and
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will yield good income. Our salesmen
make from H0 a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. G. Chase Co.,
Geneva. N. Y.
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A cook at 2225 Fourth avenue.
WANTED Nurse girl at 1124 Eighth avenue.
WANTED Two girls at Wright's restau
rant. 1923 Second avenue.
WANTED -A girl for general housework at
914 Tweutietu street. OOOU wages.
WANTED Young girl to assist with house
work Apply at not Tnira avenue.
WANTED -Women at the Union Mission
Rug factory, steady employment.
WANTED A vounirgirlto assist with gen
general housework at 2714 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A first class girl tor general
housework. Best wages. Apply at No. s7
WANTED A girl tor general housework.
Best wage. Call at S. E. corner Twenty
tourth street and Eighth avenue.
WASTED-Dressmaking to do at home. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Call at 1910 Filth
WANTED Nursing to do at 1 ler day by
middle aged womau of experience. In
quire at 1422 Third avenue.
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED Phvsiclans would like two office
rooms centrallv located. Address "W.
WANTED Board and room by couple with
two cnildren aged three and six years.
Address with price "P. 19" care of Argus.
WANTED To rent, about Mav 25, a modern
house of 6 or 7 rooms, between Eighteenth
and Twenty-third streets, north of Ninth
avenue. Address "I 13," Argus.
WANTED A lady desires toor three un
furnished rooms with all modern conven
iences. Central location. References ex
changed. Address -M. 16" Argus.
FOR KENT FAKMS.
FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with
small house and barn in 'outh Heights.
For particulars call at No 909Seventenenth
M I SC E I. LAN EOl'S.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
rate or interest tuau is miu u iup
banks, call on Marion E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-35. Mitchell & Lynde building.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buvs. sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pav more than anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson.
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4t4.
Splendid wages paid men who learn barber
trade with us. onl two months required
bv our method, free clinic, expert instruc
tions etc. Special offer -first fifteen davs
May. Write todav, Moler Barber college.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage helpor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can
do it for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mall 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, Moiine. 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years'ex
perlence places us in a position to give you
valuable Information along lines that will
assure vou success. Ask tor free letters
of Information and bulletin of daily papers
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mall order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine, Wis.
MANAGER WANTED Office manager to
sell, collect and advertise in everv county
seat in Missouri, Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky, Arkansas and Texas; salary 5o
monthly, commission and expenses extra:
yearlv 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 2--
cents to cover expenses, postage stamps or
coin. Missouri Medical and Chemical com
pany, 511 North Garrisonavenue.SU Louis,
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman i. Co.,
1714! Secpnd avenue.
WEALTHY respectable young widow, do
children or near relatives, wants true and
loving husband. Address HUler, 191 Wash
ington street, Chicago, 11L
ltock Island, Illinois.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished front room at No.
s.-.i Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished
Boor at 2S09 Ninth avenue.
FOR RENT - Furnished rooms for lipht
housekeeping at UO'i Second avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light
house keeping at 527 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 521 Twenty-second street.
FOR RENT Rooms tor lieht housekeepinc
and sleeping rooms at 230 Thirteenth
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with ail
modern conveniences: also tirst-class tabhr '
board, at 1329 Second avenue. Phone 1399. !
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT -Flat over Maucker & Tonn's
grocery. Applv to W. C. Maucker, Masonic
FOR RENT One corner store. Al location
for a drug store. Inquire at No. 1103 Third
FOR RENT Alter Mav 1. fiat, corner of
Twentieth and Fourth avenue, applv to M.
FOR SALE A five room cottaee with mod
ern improvements at 1040 Fifteenth street.
Inquire on premises.
FOR RENT Three-room dwelling house
with well and good barn. Applv at Weav
er's grocery, UMo Seventh street."
FOR KENT After Mav 1. a six-room flat at
the corner of Twentieth street and Sixth
avenue. Apply to M. M. Sturgeon.
FOR RENT-A six-room house with bath
complete, on Fourteen-anU-a-half street
and Ninth avenue. Inquire at 1517 Ninth
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Four-and-oue-third acres of
land for sale In South Heights at a bargain.
FOR SALE Iowa farms at 4 per acre cash
balance one-half crop till paid. John Mul
hall. Sioux City. Iowa.
FOR SALE Fine level lots, up to grade.
East or west front on Fourteenth and
Fourteenth-and-half streets tor f 325. 00 and
up. Will sell on easv terms. W. E. Bailey.
FOR SALE A seven room, two-st ry lrame
house, with good cellar and barn" sewer
and water connections. Lot 60x120 feet. In
quire on the premises, 4:!S Forty-fourth
street, north of Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE 15 beautiful high lots on Four
teenth and Fourteenth-and-half streets
near Long View park at 325 and fctSO. Thcv
are tine. H. K Walker, real estate, under
Rock Island National Bank.
FOR SALE At a special bargain if taken
soon, s-room house in excellent condition:
with citv water: lot :exl20: near Tweltth
street. Price 11.350. This is a snap. Ap
ply to Goldsmith McKee.
FOR SALE Excellently built f-roora 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 50U ot what this can be purchased
at todav. Please investigate at Goldsmith
FOR SALE Harry Schreiner has just pur
chased tour acre's just south of Ninth ave
nue on Fourteenth street between Elev
enth and Tweltth avenues, which he will
cut up into 20 lots in size 4nxllO. These
lots will soon be ready tor the market, and
will be sold on easy terms, and tor cash an
allowance of 5 jkt cent will be made. These
are excellent lots for homes, and very de
sirable investments, making belter inter
est 011 vour money than the banks are pav
ing today. For further information apply
to Harry Schreiner orGoldsmith & Mcliee.
FOR SALE Lots in Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 2"foot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lying on
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
Cure water can be had at a small expense
y drilling 30 feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 20 feet apart along the curb. It
you are interested in a cheap building lot,
the price and terms that these lots are ot
tered for will suit you. Call or address S.
J. Woodin. 922 First avenue.
FOR SALE Lots. I will sell what is re
maining of the beautiful residence lots lo
cated on Sixth avenue between Twenty
eighth and Thirtiet h streets at 550 arid
.-0 per lot. These lots are the rheajiest in
the city. All are connected with city wat
er and'swer and have shade trees, within
one block of Seventh avenue car line and
two blocks ot red and blue lines. It is
generally conceded that the Rock Island
railwav will attain occupy the vards which
thev abandoned, which will have the effect
ot enhancing the price of these lots at least
50 per cent, making this an opportu ne time
to liuv the few remaining lots aliove de
scribed. For further information call on
E.J. Burns, room 11. Mitchell &. Lynde
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A round dining room table, call
at t3 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE An excellent family horse. alo
phaeton and harness at H20 Nineteenth
FOR SALE Child's wheel in good repair.
Will be sold cheap. Call at 17n7 Second
FOR SALE A two-seated surrey, extension
top. Mason make. Will be sold" cheap. In
quire at at 925 Twenty-second street.
FOR SALE -A 1902 Cleveland chalnless
gentleman's bicycle, almost new. Will sell
cheap Inquire of McCabe's coachman.
2920 Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE A good home made ice chest In
first class condition, double wall and zinc
lined Must tie sold at once. A bargain.
Inquire at l Tweltth street.
FOR SALE Shomacker. Gold String Bald
win. Ellington. Hamilton and Vallev fiem
pianos at Wallace's Music Store. 413 West
Second street. Davenport, Iowa:
FOR SALE A gentle, well bred road marc,
suitable for light delivery wagon or buggy
or would make a tirst-class brood mare:
also a Frazier road cart. Inquire at lfoi'i
FOR SALE Ala great bargain, household
coods. including a Peoria range, an organ
in good condition, tables, chairs, etc. This
is an opportunity for someone to get some
first class good's at a reasonable figure.
The Greater New York Loan bank, 320
Twentieth street. Phone W3 Brown.