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THE AHOT.S FRIDAY, JIAY 2, 1902.
AllK NOW IX.
1A-IT US SHOW THEM
George F. Schmale, Prop.
We have made runitorium work a study and can safely say that we
understand it thoroughly. That our work is the Is-st that can lie
!!' is proven ly our long list of customers. They are more than
satiticil with our work. Why is this? Because w e do all work in
the lx-st jo-isilile manner and at the time it is ordered, too.
You Can't Afford to be Out Another Day.
S join now and giv; us a chance to hack up all our statements.
CO. I ). steam cleaning and dye work in connection with our
Cleaning and dyeing of clothing, curtains, blanket s. furs, dress
goods, carets, etc.
Suits steam cleaned ."(.
Curtains and portit rs cleaned and dyed l.o to $2.oU.
NEW PANITORIUM CLUB.
Tel. Win. Ed Dubinsky. Prop.
Ko;r Second Avenue. Opposite "Spencer Square
Goods culled lor and delivered to any part of the city.
THE TRAVELERS OCIDE,
CHICAGO R CK ISLAND
Pacific hail wy Ticket
ran be purchased at CUT
T-cket 0OI03. 181 Second to
nue. or U , R. L it P. depot
corner Fifth avenue and Tnlr
ty-nfth street. Frank H. Plumper, agent.
t 2: 4n am
t 4:.T3 am
t 8:00 ana
. 7:55 am
1 I -ej. nm
t 3:iW am
t W !" ptu
r 6:.T0 am
t 3:2S pm
t 3:20 pta
t 7:4 am
; 7:i) pm
ietver LiniTted & Omha..
Ft. Wonh, Denver & K C
Omaha & Des Moines
tOmaba & Minneapolis....
Omaha & Lincoln r.x
DtaMoioe &. Omaha
Denver. Lincoln & Omubi.
. ;1S:1 pm
l 2:40 mm
Des Moines Express...-....
St. Paul & BilLneapolls
Denver. Ft. Worth & K. C
KaosaaCity.St Joe A Calif.
Hoc Island & Washington
Chicago & DcsMoli es
Rock Island St Brooklyn Ac
;(imb A Kock Island....
Kl Paso& San Francisrn..
o: 3 pm
Arr'val. tDeparture. :I)ally, except Sun
day. Diillv, except Saturday. All others
dully. Telephone lc3 and 1423.
Hi 'ni:llfiiia KAii.nAi-ijemi
Ire- ,Jt ji Hccimd avenua and Ttn
i.k vr. a Kit 1 y
St. 1 uis. priin;lirld.
JVorliv. iulri7. oalcs
bure and Mterllns:
I"riri:i, IteaidMtoirn, 15ur
llntrun, louver aud
Bt. Zxu's, Kansas City
L'cnver and I'aclUc
Cii:v rla Cialrsbijrjr ...
Str-rlipr and pointa Ic
tfcrmedtai.e K.ist Mo:lre (suburban)..
St I, LKT'T and west
I3ilntn and OuHique ....
Davenport and Clinton ..
Clinton, Dubuque, La
Crosse, t-t. Ptul, Minn
acd w pt and N. W....
6 25 am
t 2o pm
6 15 am
7: IS prn
Dally. tDaily except Sunday.
ROCK ISLAND & rrcOHIA
S&i', Railway. Depot K1rt aecue
" and Twentieth street. M. A.
YlBC'nHIJisv Hatterson. general passenger
& txent Passenger trains leave
x ROUTE y C. K I &P. (Moline avenue)
j$ depot ten 410) minutes earlier
ft'y than time given.
ry E. Lb Goft, Agent.
1't O'la. Sprir gdi-id." St.'U.
Peoria. Spiiugflcld. Indian-
adoiis. Cincinnati. Iilootn-
fngton. St Louis
Peoria Ex press
l'coria. lndianipol!. Cla-
Sh.rrard Accomraotiaii n
Cable & Lerrard ccom.
Cale & Sherrard Aceom.
I.KAVR - ABBIV
8:05 am 10 20 pm
1:45 pm 5:55 pm
tri am 4 5 pm
3:30 pm 2:2" pm
Tra'na marked are dally,
All others eaily
J &. St. Paul RUway. D.,
RLsN. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of seventeentn
street. Oeorge W. Wtod,
agent. Tbe trains for Du
buque and points north ran
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Frecport ard Mil waukce will run
via Dbrenoort. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for point
cast ana west.
I LBAVB I ARRIVB
Dubuque and St 1'aut Pas-i
HCDKer I 7:3S am
Acf.inmfXlition j 10 15 am
lcbuque and at Paul Pas-1
8 IS pm
senger 4:00 pml
Milwaukee Express I 7:00 ami
Kreeport Kxpress i 4:20 pml
' All trainj daOy excep 8 luday
The finest of
Wc have a full line of the
finest and choicest wines
m rule and invite 3-011 to call
and insju-ct our stock. Our
Couds arc Guaranteed Pure"
For a limited time only we
will jive a choice liottle of
wine free with each' dollar
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE
Corner Seventeenth trcct and Third
Til K ST K.l tl K It S.
fAUMVAI, CITY PACKET ft"). For Mus-
catine. N'ew Koston. Kcithsbur;. O'luaw
ka and Kurlington
The reamer HELEN BLAIR
Everv Monday, WeUnesdav and Friday at 4
The steamer W. J. VOl'Xi:
Evcrv Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
ll:i a m.
Arriving; in HurHugton at 8:15 p. m.
Parties can go to Muscatine on the Helen
Itiair at 4 t. rn. Mondav, WertneKdav and Fri
day and return on the W.J. Young at 11.30
p..m.. same day
ACME PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
ami all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every alter noon at H:I5.
GEO. I.AMOXT. Agent.
Pay Rent or 9
Home Co-Opcrativc Co.,
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Will furnish you the money to pay off
your mortaf? r buy a home in any
locality, and fiv you 1G years and 8
months to pay it back at the rate of
$5 35 PER MONTH
In case of death or total disability a
clear deed will be priven. Strictest in
Organized May 17, l'JOl. Orcr $7,
000,000 business done. We are now
tin rating in "0 different states. All
officers handling money are bonded
in the U. S. Fidelity and Guaranty
Co. Plans and procedure copyright
ed. There are imitators springing
up who arc infringing. Don't be mis
led. liranrh Onire: Math ltalldln. over 1716
Second Avenue, Rm-k Inland. III.
Office hours 8 a. in. to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 2 p. in. to 6 p. in.
W. A. BRICCS, Manager.
Estate or John Schu'tr., deceased.
The underaltcDea Bavtuic oeea appointed ad
ulnlairaior of the estate of John Schultz,
late of the county of Rock laiood, aiaieoi
CliDO's, deceaned, hereby Rives ootloa that b
will appear before the county court of Rock
Island couaty, at tbe county court room, Ir
ta c'ty of Rock Island, at tbe May term
oa toe first Monday in Mav next, at whlet
time aU persons having claims against tal
estate are notlBed and requested to attend
for ha purpose of bavin the same adjusted
II persons l-dette1 to said estate are re
queHted to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated this 2ist day of March, A P. 1902.
Carl. Witt. Administrator.
la n (4lpantln Uaslht
ti fill flUlldCUOU ll.ttlUlQ
Hetlt Cuts. Wounds. Bums mil Scstd
without a ssar. - cants, ontggitu.
r owner n
CALDWELL EETIEZS FE0M
BOCK ISLAND COTTON MILL
J. V. Caldwell yesterday disposed
of hi interests In the flock Inland
Cotton mlll to William owe, of the
firm of llellpcnbtell dV Lowe. J. W.
Coulter will continue in his connec
tion with the former concern and the
Inn-incs will be conducted as here
tofore. Last even in? Mr. Caldwell was invit
ed to the home of .Mr. Coulter, H'S.l
Fourteenth-and-a-half street, and
there presented with a handsome
engraved fdd-hemled cane anil a sil
ver match case, tokens of good will
of the employes of the factory with
which he lias severed his connection.
The presentation Kjicech in eneli case
was made by II. M. MeCaskrin. Mr.
Caldwell expects to depart next
month for an extended sojourn on
the Pacific coast. ( Mr. Lowe has dis
Msed of his interest In the furniture
store to Mr. Ilellpenstell, who will
LULL IN COUNTERFEITING,
SAY SECRET SERVICE MEN
According to officer of the United
States secret service and the best au
thorities in "erookdom" th'.'re is a lull
in lhe making of counterfeit bank
notes. go eminent greenbacks a'td
silver certificates. The old nietl d
of cngrating was costly, the process
of concealing the work risky and the
government had so perfected its sys
tem of capturing the gangs that there
was little encouragement for them
to continue in the business. As soon,
however, as the new process of photo
graphy can be applied to the art of
counterfeiting by dishonest persons
the work of "pushing the queer" will
get lively again, just at present it
happens to be chiefly honest persons
who have mastered the new photo
graphic processes but the crooks
won't be very long catching on, prob
ably. The old way was the painstaking
laborious eugrating of steel or cop
per plates, requiring just as much
skill, expense and time as the gov
ernment itself put into this class of
work. The new way is to use pho
tography. Strangely enough, it was first call
ed to the attention of the authorities
,by an honest man in Philadelphia a
very skillful photographer. He made
an anniversary hook for a bank in
which all the national bank notes and
treasury notes and certificates
were reproduced so accurately that
cold chills ran up and down the
spines of the treasury officers who
are charged with the duty of sup
pressing counterfeiting. lie was
warned and the plales from which the
pictures were taken were surrender
ed and confiscated by tin: govern
ment. There is a regular uionthly
publicat ion called the JanK-note De
tecter, printed by private enterprise,
but with the full approval of the gov
ernment, and even with its co-operation.
It contains a full record anil
description of all the counterfeits
ever issued, with fitting tributes to
their good points and their short
Within the last four months, ac
cording to this authority, four or five
discreditably creditable pieces of
work have appeared. These
counterfeiters are for the most
part of national bank notes
an I are distinguished by certain de
fects in the printing of the faces of
the distinguished citizens which adorn
the notes. The Detecter also recites
that counterfeiting in the old way
was made unprofitable by the exceed
ing activity of the secret service of
ficers. Thty discouraged the indus
try most hard-heartedly by making
everv effort to catch the engraver
who did the work. They broutrht it
to pass that few men with skill and
the willingness to duplicate govern
ment notes were ever at liberty long
at a time, and now that there are
new tricks to be learned the 'busi
ness" languishes among the few
crooks outside of penitentiary walls.
I5ut this lull is probably only the
forerunner of a reaction after the
counterfeiters have learned the new
arts of photography. New York
What Thin Folks Nol
Is a greater power of digesting
and assimilating food. For them
Dr. King's New Life Pills work won
ders. They tone and regulate the
digestive organs, gently expel all
poisons from the system, enrich the
blood, improve appetite, Inake healthy
flesh. Only 2ue at llartz & L'lle
mever's. Home Seeker's
Excursion at very
to many points in the following terri
tory: Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi,
North Carolina,-South Carolina, Ten
nessee, and Virginia, over the
Big Four Route
MARCH 4 AND 18,
APEIL 1 AND 15
MAY 6 AND 20
For full information and particulars
as to rate, tickets, limits, stopover
Privileged, etc., call on. Agents 'Hig
our Route,"" or address the under
WARKKX J. LYNCH. W- P. IKPriC
Gen. Pass. ATkt. Apt. -Asst. G. P. & T. A.
ALLEN M. NVK, T. P. A.
- . Peoria, Illinois. .
A. M. Urunv-r returned home today.
Dr. O. L. Huntington and wife, of
St. Paul, are spending the day in this
Miss Annie Vortheii. of Warsaw,
who is here visiting at the home of .1.
V. Lnwhead, has just returned after
sKnding a week sit Reynolds and
A delegation from the First llaptist
church met their new-pastor. Dr. H.
V. Heed upon his arrival from Chica
go yesterday. Dr. Heed is stopping
at the Kock Island house until the
parsonage is ready for occupancy by
MR. AND MRS. GRAHAM
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
(1 1 alia m held a reception at their res
idence. 012 Forty-fifth street, it being
the 2.1th anniversary of their mar
riage. A party of invited guests,
numliering about sixty, assembled at
their home and all seemed to enter
thoroughly into the enjoyment of the
occasion. The decorations were bou
quets of pink and white carnations,
wild flowers and potted plants, (lames
and music were the order during the
greater part of the evening, and
dainty refreshments were served.
Mrs. (iriiliaiii was assisted in receiv
ing by Miss Myrtle (iraham. The
company dispersed at midnight,
leaving behind them their good
wishes for the future welfare and
prosperity of the worthy couple. Mr.
and Mrs. (iraham were tlu- recipients
of a number of handsome remem
SCHOOLS MEET TOMORROW
A field meet between the Davenport
and Hock Island high schools will be
held at the old fair grounds on Ninth
street tomorrow afternoon. Hock Is
land has been improving ecr since
the tri-city meet and has great deal
better prospects. The list of events
will be the same as in the tri-city
.Joseph Wilde, of Cable, and Miss
Hose L. Koberts. of Coal Valley, were
united in marring? Wednesday even
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Iiarcks. the ceremony being perform
ed bv Hcv. Morrcll. of Cable. The
groom is an employe of the Coal VaN
ley Mining company and he has taken
his bride to a home prepared by him
Incorporation Papers Fllnl.
Articles of incorporation of the
Kock Island Sand A- ilravel company
have been filet! for record. The cap
ital stock of the concern is placed at
$1..immi. divided into shares of $j0, and
the range of the incorporation papers
covers the business if dealing in all
kinds of building material and ice and
various kinds of ma nuf act u re. as well
as pumping and dealing in sand. The
officers elected are:
President C. .1. I.arkin.
Vice President Henry Kinner.
Secretary and Manager F, I), tiall.
Treasurer William MeConoi-hie.
.Minn Chamlierllu In 1'entlvat.
Miss Florence Chaniberlin. of this
city, who is studying the violin under
Spierring. of Chicago, is to appear in
the May festival at the Illinois tin
litre the evening of May CIO. She will
be accompanied by Spierring's or
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
It was twenty-one years yesterday
since prohibition was adopted in Kan
sas. Kev. Alexander Mackay-Siuith has
been consecrated bishop coadjutor of
the Kpiscopal diocese of Pennsylvania.
tirover Cleveland has returned to
Princeton from Florida.
tjueen Wilhclniina is free of fever,
The Jtoer leaders are to nnnd to
discuss peace at Ycreeni.iing on May
15th. not oth as formerly stated.
Henry O. Iiaveineyer has just given
J.tMH) volumes to the library of the
S-Jtm.otm public school at Orecmvich,
Klnier I'. Specline. 14 years old,
was accidentally drowned at Michi
gan City. Ind.
A strike of oil has been made at
Walters' Station, a few miles from
At its annual meeting the Army
Itelief Society of the I'nited States
elected Mi's. Daniel S. Laniont presi
dent. Dacca. India, has been swept by a
tornado, killing 4 b; persons.
A monument has been dedicated at
1'phrata. Pa... in memory of the Iicv
olutionary. soldjers buried there.
The king of Italy has pardoned the
officers of the Chicago. I. S. N., and
said officers have paid for the damage
James C. Irwin. shot a burglar at
bis home at Chicago with a bliotgun
lou leu with salt.
KID-NE-0IDS CURED HIS SUFFER
ING. Have been afflicted with kidney and
bladder diseases for the past threo
years; being chronic from the start,
was in much pain and forced to stop
work. For the past four months I
have faithfully tried several of the so
called "guarantee cures" but without
any benefit. I finally concluded to try
Kid-Ne-Oids and began to feel better
Immediately after using them. I con
tinued using them and am now per
manently cured. I make this state
ment of my own volition, and will
make oath to It if necessary Geo. S.
Estell, KanEas City. Mo.
Sugar-coated tablets, 50c. Try. them
T. 1L THOMAS, Leading DruglsL
STARTS TO SEE WORLD:
BOY LOCATED NEAR MILAN
The police were apprised this morn
ing. of the linding of a boy 9 years of
age at the Palmer farm, two miles
sou ili f Milan.
lie was alone and said he was hunt
ing for a family named Hoover. From
such information as could be obtain
ed an invest iyat ion was begun and.
Officer Moody located the family at
1701 Thirtieth street, the father being
William C. Kiehtmann.
The box's name is Walter, and he
attends the Horace Mann school. Of
late he has been playing ball after,
school and his father concluded that
work would be healthier for him. So
a task was set for the young man last
evening. Walter did not lake kindly
to the innovation, however, anil he
started out to sec t It- world. It docs
not appear that his disappearance
caused his parents any great un
easiness. TODAY'S MARKETS.
Chicago, May 2. Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
la today's markets:
May. TVV'tV : ?.V4: 75 .
Julv. 77rf,7r': 77H: 7ii!: 7tvj
Sept., 7tfU4ldr: ; 75.
May. OJtfi.Bl'i: 6i: (Vi'i:
Julr. Ui: 6:!,: CJ'A .
Sept., OiNfcttt!',.; CJ-"-; 61?; 61, .
Mav. 42',: 4.': 4'.
Julv. SvHiCi&M.t.iV1,: :4?: 31 V
Sept., 3ov&:U; H: -I'V
May. 1 '.'.): 17 mi; Itt.K-i; ni.so
Julv. 17 .DV.t 17.10: 17 23: 17c.'; 1702
Sent., 17.2iai7.ari; 17.:;17.1u; 17.12
May. 10.1210.15: 10.15: 1(IH7; 10 07.
July. 10.l5fiHO.20: 10.25: 10.15: 10.15.
Sept.. 10.2.XCIO.3H: 10.32; 10.22 ; 10.22.
Mav. t 42: S.42: W.42: 0.42.
Julv. 9.57; H.57: ! 47; P.SO
Sept.. H.tin; ..-: W.52; 9.52.
Receipts todav: wheat 41. corn l.M. oats
184. Uous lS.imu. cattle l.t, sheep 4.WV.
Hoes lett over not quoted.
Uok at Kansas t'itv G.iki. cattle l.Oltf,
hoes at Omaha COOO. cattle 250
Ho inarkt-t tieiieU -V; 10c higher.
Light 1.45Cii 7.4x1: mixed and butch
ers. ixs.i.Va" 25: tood heavy, .30; rough
Cattle market ojiened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
I'nion stock yards a. in.
Hog market u'nt-ii nx? higher.
Ijiiiht. iti.5t!t7 ik: mixed aud hutchers. $!.80
CV7.25: votl neavy, GXa.7.:to: rough heavy,
t attle markf t steady.
. Hog market closed a shade easier.
Liuht. 507 o : mixed and butchers. fct.Nj
fft7.2--: good heavy, ji si,l7.;to; rouh heavy.
Ktiinaled receipts Saturday: wheat .,
corn l.V. oats 205, hogs 13 ooo.
New York Stocks.
New York. Mav 2.-The tollowing are the
closme quotations on Hie Xevv York block
So. l'acitic (',. sugar l5ft'-. C. & A. com. 36.
gas loa-V I'cnna. 152: U. ,v o. lo7'. O. K. I. &
I. 175. C M. it St. Haul 171. Manhattan IS2H,
I'acMe M. ill 41 '4. At oh ison com mon 7, W. U.
Tel. Co. fll-Si. N. Y. Central l.VS. L. & N.
:J. H. It. T.ii7H. It. I). G. com. ti5'. leather
com. cojiper t5-'. , Atchison ptd. S7H. V -
S. Steel ptd 1MH. V. S. Steel common 41.
Missouri l'.ioitic i't- I'nion 1'aciHo common
1112. coal and iron 67. Krie common 37,.
Wabash ptd 43 i. tin can common lincaa
LOCAL MAKKKT COMIITIOXS.
Tulaj's Oootat lon an I'roi lulonm Live
Stork. I-Veil and KueL
Kock Island. Mav 2. Following are the
wholesale quotations on the local market:
liutter Croamerv 27c. da'.rv 23c.
Kcss- Fresh lie.
Live poultry thickens Vc, turkeys UX:
ducks Pc. geese 9c.
Vegetables l'otatoes 80 to 95c, onions 11.75.
Cattle Steers 1.25 to tV25. cows and
heiters f2.o to f5.tK. calves f5.50 to Jrt.oo.
Hogs Mixed and butchers KJ.25 to 7 4l
Shpp -Yeariincs or over, por cwt. (5(Vlo
45 (Ml, Lambs per head J2.50 to 5.00.
Feed Hiitl FneL
Grain 43orn 7x-. oats sc.
Forage Timothv hav il. prairie hav
fl2. clover hav i:t. baleil prairie 12, baled
timothy tX oat straw t7.ru:
Wood-Hard, ht load l.50.
Coal-Lump, ier bushel 12c, slack, per
H. J. TO LIE It
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
llt SINKS'i OrrOKTirNITY.
FOK SALE-Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman s. Co.,
1714V4 Second avenue.
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. Rock Island.
MONEY' TO IX)AN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property for
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 330 Seventeenth
WANTED To loa-n money on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for seceid band poods of all kinds also.
The above Roods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 123 Second avenue. 1 Don't forget
It- Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
Oxf o r ds fo iS u nimer
Oxford Ties For Men were exceedingly popular
last summer and this season will more than ever
demonstrate their popularity.
Here Are three very exclusive styles at popular
Men's viei kul welt oxford, elo.su edge, fC
15, C, I) widths, all sizes SjJJmJU
Men's viei kid IJlueher, straight last, medium extension, 4fl? X
rake stitch. A, B, C widths, all sizes vJ5 J JJ
Men's patent eolt oxford, genuine Feal top, the new ifl B
narrow fr.ak. A, IJ, C widths, all sizes. JJLV JJ
Opposite Harper House, Hock Island, Illinois.
WANTED MALK HELP.
WANTED - Hell lioys at the Harper.
WANTED -Some good bell boys at the Har
WANTED -A lirst-class waiter at the Kock
WANTED A bricht bov between the ages
of 18 and is year's of age Apply at Simon
WANTED A few good bench moulders.
Work all the year' lor good steady work
men. Sattley Mtg. Co.. Decatur. Hi.
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 has had experience in selling in
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian Kiver Commercial company,
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 lirst-clxss men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED- 25 Fraternal I nsu ranee Solicitors
for Illinois terriiorv tor a young modern
uji-to-date order: best contract ever offer
ed. Address or applv to ('has. K. McCord.
district deputv. i.v.-."s Third avenue. Moline,
WANTED Men lor salesmen. Local or
traveling. W e employ on both salai y aud
commission. Slraiijit. honorable business
that will yield uoo.i 'income. Our salt smen
make trofn t4 a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. li. Chase Co..
Cleueva. N. Y.
WANTED FKMALK H KLF,
WANTED ;irls at Kirkman's restaurant,
alio Fifth avenue.
WANTED 4i:rl lor general housework at
If Hi Second avenue, up stairs.
WANTED A middle aged lady for general
housework at txn" Third avenue.
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Inquire at S21 Nineteenth
WANTED A iirsl class girl lor general
housework. Hest wanes. Apply at No. t'J7
T vv e n t y -1 o u r t h street.
WANTED-Coiniwtent girl for general house
work in a tamilv of lour adults. Applv
No. 202 Fitth-and-a-half avenue.
XV NTK1 l'OSITlONS-
WANTED Housecleaning and dav work ly
reliable woman. Address - H. II" Argus
WANTED-Dressmafcing to do at home. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Call at U'itS Fitth
WANTKI) TO KENT.
WANTEl Hoard and room by couple with
two cniklren anea inree ana six years.
Address with jrice "P. lt" care of Argus.
WANTED To rent a modern house ot si
or seven rooms between Seventeenth and
Twenty-third streets north of Tenth ave
nue. Address --O. l.V Argus.
WANTED -51 ISCELLANEOUS.
WASTED-Stark nursery pavs cash weefcly
if you sell Stark trees. Louisiana, Mo.;
Danville. N. Y.
WANTED Youne man or lady to represent
The Parmelee Home Delivery Library in
Kock Island and also surrounding cities.
Apply after 5 p. m. at 310 Twentieth street.
WANTED A half dozen teamsimmediately.
Applv at Pender & Cos. stone ijuarry.
Third avenue and Forty-second street,
WANTED An established wholesale houfce,
recentlv incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager lor
branch house". Salary ilim per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest tl. IHHI
in capital stock ot company, on which divi
dend ot i per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address.
Secretary. Imjx 440 lvansas City, Mo.
FOR KENT FARMS.
FOIJ SALE Seven a-res of ground with
small house and barn in outh Heights.
For particulars call at No tx9Seveiitenenth
JIIC E I. LA N EC) US.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
rate of interest than is paid by savings
banks, call on Marion E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms Xt-X Mitchell A. Lynde building.
J. P. WILLI AMSiVN buys, sells and ex
changes all kinls ot secouu .nana goous.
will pav more lhau anv other dealer and
Hells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. .1. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4hxj.
IF Y'OtJ WANT to buy, seil, trade or rent
anvthinir. enuate helpor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can
do it for vou. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mail, Moline, Iil.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
perience places us in a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure vou success. Ask for 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 & Carver. Racine, Wis.
MANAGER WANTED Office manager to
sell, collect and advertise in every county
Heat in Missouri, Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky, Arkansas aud Texas: salary ."
monthly, commission and expenses extra:
yearly "contract: permanently located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassing: 25
cash security required: sintle man pre
terred: personal interview desired: if vou
want our proiosition bv mail lnclose2--
cents to cover expenses, postaae Mamjw or
coin. Missouri Medical aud Chemical com
pany, 511 North Garrisonaveuue.St. Louis.
MAGNETIC H KALIXfi.
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Denton. 124
West Third street. Davenport. McCul
lough block. Rooms 51 and 52. Cures
chronic and nervous diseases permanent
ly with few treatments. A references.
Hours 1 to 5. and 7:30 to 9 p. m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells yon the past, present and future
correctlv. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death. N accidents and
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hour from
t to 10 p. m. 7ua Fourth avenue
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Nice furnished rooms. Applv
at 41i Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms tor liht
housekeeping at 14o5 Second avenue.
FOH KKMT Five unfurnished rooms at 2M5
Kifth-and-a-halt avenue. Imjuire on prem
ises. FOR KENT Furnished rooms suitable for
' two gentlemen or a lady at 1 11 is Filth ave
FOR RENT A turnNhed front room suita
ble lor two young men. with bath. Imjuire
at 2i:st Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with all
modern conveniences- also lirst-class table
iioard. at I82l Second avenue. Phone l.iw.
FOR KENT One furnished room suitable
tor one person, with privilege ot doing
liaht housekeeping. City water in room.
App'y at 527 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Six ro Jin house, citv water.
Twenty-third street. 12. Also Si2T Fou--teenlh-anu-H-hall
street, eight rooms, bath
and laundry, :o. Apply to iloldsmithic
FOR RENT-Cheap. Our acre t ground on
Seventeenth street one block south of
Eighteenth avenue, planted in cherries
and berries, with a house of seven rooms
heated by lumace: also good well, cistern,
barn tor horses, and a line brick chicken
house. For lurt her part ic ular.s inquire i.!
1). R. .Mcl-'arlane. IHH u. Second avenue.
F)K SALE A good oak cupboard at 220
FOR SALE Foi;r-and-one-third acres ot
land lor sale in South Heights at a bargain.
FOR SALE -A live room cottace with mod
ern improvements at li'lO Fifteenth street.
Inquire on premises
FOR SALE Iowa tartns at ?4 jer acre cash,
balance one-half crop till paid. John Mu'
hall. Sioux Citv, Iowa.
FOR SALE Two story brick house of tine
rooms on Third avenue, lot 50x150 ft et.
Price 1. sod. Inquire atlllOThird avenue.
FOR SALE A 7-room house of modern de
sign, citv water, lot urn toot front with
trim shade trees, at 2717 Ninth avenue. In
quire on premises.
FOR SALE Nine-room cottage with citv
water, furnace, bat h and all modern im
provements ami large improved lot A
bargain tor cash. Address -K. M.' Argus
FOR SALE -A seven room. two-st ry frame
house, with good cellar and barnT sewer
and water connections. Lot fiOxrJil feet. In
quire on the premises, 4:ss Forty-fourth
street, north of Filth avenue.
FOR SALE Harry Schreiner has just pur
chased tour acres just south of Ninth ave
nue on Fourteenth street between Elev
enth and Twelfth avenues, which he will
cut up into 20 lots in size 4xli0 These
lots will soon be ready lor the market, and
will be sold on easy terms, and lor cash an
allowance of 5 jer cent will be made. These
are excellent lots for homes, and very de
sirable investments, making better inter
est on your money than the banks are pay
ing today. For further information apply
to Harry Schreiner or ioldsmith &. McKee.
FOR SALE Lots in Woodiu's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 2foot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lying oil
limestone rock. Au abundant supply ot
pure water can be hail at a small esju-nse
by drilling :i feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shadeii with Elm
trees set 2o feet apart alouit the curb. If
you are interested ill a cheap building lot.
the price and terms that these lots are of
fered for will suit vou. Call or address S.
J. Wood iu. y22 Firsi avenue.
FOI! SALE -Lots. 1 will sell what is re
maining of the beautiful residence lots lo
cated on Sixth avenue between Twenty
eighth and Thirtieth streets at 550 and
f4.nl per lot. These lots are the cheapest in
the citv. All are connected with city wat
er and swer and have shade trees, within
one block ol" Seventh avenue car line and
two blocks of red and blue lines. It is
generally conceded that the Rock, Island
railwav will again occupy the yards which
thev abandoned, which vvill have the effect
ot enhancing the price of these lotsal least
5o per cent, making this an opjtortune lime
to buv the tew remaining lots atiove de
scribed. For further information call on
E. .1. Burns, room 11. Mitchell &: Lynde
FOR SALE Au excellent family horse, also
phaeton-cand harness at s-ll Nineteenth
FOR SALE -Child's wheel in good repair.
Will be sold cheap. Call at 17U7 Second
FOR SALE -A second hand square piano.
Kimball make, cheap lor cash. Aitdress
Foil SALE-Fon r-vear-old mare, harness
and delivery wagon, tor I2". Apply at
;2ii Seventeent h street.
FOR SALE A merr -go-round lor sale
cheap. Inquire at li:u 'lentil avenue.
Now is the time to buy it.
FOR SALE A square Emerson piano lor
:t5: also a plush couch In good condition
inquire at si2 Forty-third street.
FOR SALE A horse suitable for delivery
wagon, one top buggv and two light spring
wagons. Inquire at 21 IS Fourth avenue.
FOR SALE -A good home made ice chesr in
first class munition, double walls and 7.1nc
lined Must be sold at once. A bargain.
Inquire at M6 Twelfth street.
FOR SALE-Shomacker. Gold String Bald
win. Ellington. Hamilton and Valley ;em
pianos at Wallace's Music Store. 413 West
Second street. Davenpol t, Iowa.
FOR SALE At a great bargain, household
goods, including a Peoria range, an organ
in good condition, tables, chairs, etc. This
is au opportunity lor someone to get some
first class goods at a reasonable figure.
The Greater New York Loan bank, o20
Twentieth street. Phone 63 Brown.
LOST AMI mFXD
jHicketboofc containine kev be
Nineteenth and Twenty-first
Finder please leave at Argus of-
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