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THE AltGTJS. TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902.
-TtftvS ana Stea-m
C-irQ " The Best
CA RUIAH KS, SU1I KEYS. THAI'S,
JiUXABOUTS, STAXIIOJ'KS AND
::o'.) to :lo WVst Second
That is rilit and up-to-date,
rii'trht prices. IVst tfooils.
Como and sen.
George F. Schmale. Proprietor.
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TRR TRATELKK4' CIUIDF-
CHCCAIl-. R CK IPUND
J A Pacific Bu.il wsv Tickets
ran 1 purr honed at City
T enet oce. lail Second eve
nue, or c . K. L & I. depot
corner Fifth avenue and Tnlr
VMilr H Hlumfrr. tgent
J Cast. I w ifeT
Denver Limited & Omaha. .
t U Wurtb. Denver At K C
! rrah A Mlnn apoiia ..
Muion & Orraba
Ienver. Lincoln & Omaha.
lea Moines Express
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t 4J.-J aai
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t 9:5 pm
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C aosas CI ty . t Joe Cal U.
JHocH IsJr.dA WashinloD
C blra?o A Drs Moir es
Book li-Jacd & Brooklyn AC
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AfTTAl. t''eoarture. JDaUy, except Sun
fiT. JD-tlr. excep-. Saturday. All others
dUv 1 elephone liSW and 14C1
tn-n-Vfa CHICAGO. BURLINGTON A
r.7S'trtTl yuincy B. A Q Ral
I'lllT-tLLlut way iepot Second avenue
riytwTNJ and Twnt utreet.
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i-!c'AT;4 FSASK A. HART. Fas. Alft.
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oalesourg, Feona and
SterUntr. Mecdota ulU
Peoria. Beards.town Uur
llnKtoa, Denver, and
St. Lfiuls. Kansas City
Denver and Paclnc
Slerllnc and points In
termediate East Mollne (suburban)..
I'ubuqut, Clinton. L4
CrobM-. ft Paul, Minn
and N. W
Clinton. Duhuque. ana
s Mop at hock Island i5 minutes for mea's
Oaiiy. tDallv except Sunuay.
FO-"K ISLAND & PEORIA
,(ti Railway. Depot First iienue
trains leave C, K I. & P.
Bninr y Mollne avenue depot ten
Vu,u 1 utes earlirr than time eiv
4L- M. A. PATTHHi)!. O P A
V E. U Oorr. Are
3:05 am 9 4 2 pm
1:45 pm 5:55 pm
9:is am 4:55 pm
3:30 pm S: pm
f :at am
1't.oria. pr1rgfleld. bt L.,
Peoria. Springfield. Indian
luirton. bt Louis
Peoria. Indianapolis. Cin
Cable A Hberrard a ccom.
Cle A Shrrrard Acnom.
Tra'ns marked are dally. AU others daUy
HIC 00. MILWAUKEE
. Kj A St. Paul Kllway. D.,
lCITic0- K. L A N. W. pamenger sta
.77 WJ'VJT) tlon at foot of beventeentb
r.V . street. George W. wtod,
vVtMtv' agent. The trains for Du-
buq'ue and points north run
ZJ via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeportaid Milwaukee will run
Tia Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
A 11 trains will connect at savanna for points
east and west.
THAIMS 1 I.KAV AHH1VS
IXibuque and St. Paul Pas
ljubunue and tot. Paul Pas
Milwaukee Kx press
9 15 pm
i f am
4:'S prai 11:40 am
All trains dally exeep Bnndav
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mas
callne. N-w Uoston, Kelthsburg.Oquaw
ka and Burlington
The steamer HELEJJ DLAIR
Every Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 4
The steamer W. J. YOUNG
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
ilKi a. m.
Arriving In Hurllngton at 8:15 p. m.
Parties can go to Muscatine on the IJelcn
Ulair at 4 d. m. Monday. Wednesday and Fri
day and return on the W.J. Young at 11:30
p. m.. same day
ACME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
GEO. LAMONT. Agent.
Street, Davenport, Iowa. $
M - I - 4- 4rl ! ! ! 4 A' 4-
BEST FOIS THE
If Ton bmn't re-mlar. balthr ni"Tment of th
bowels evt-ry l.i. . you'io ilk or u ill to. Kv p your
u'jlt4 tvfi, fc.ici bi Wfll. Force, in tb tthapr of
violent viyHic '-r ;tll poiaon, is Janrt'rtiPi. Tlio
p moot n cut. o&MU-tt, must ifcrfoct way of keiiut;
liie tow-!s clear auti rl. an Is t tako
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Ploaaant, PnlataMc. i"'t!nt. Tt ;rxxl. Do
flood. Sever Sick'-n. Weaken or llni; 10. B5 and
SO eerita iwrbox. tVr)r for fro a saiuidi'. and bMk
let on bemlth. Addrcii 4JJ
Slcrllno. Remedy Company. Chicago ar New Tor:.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAH
Chicago Dental Company
If voa are in nofl of clfntal work
call on ii it ln-fore frin elscwbore as
tve can save you money. e use
nothing 1iit the best of material and
our work is ruaranteel to lie lirst-
chiFs in every reseet. n you are in
ncel of a .et of teeth call anil see our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to lit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices lielow.
CLEAN IXC. FKKE. f
Cement fillings : 25C
Platinum tilling Q(JC
Silver lillino-s ROc
Gold fillings, 1 and up $ J.fiO
("lolU crowns, 4 to 5 4.0l)
Set ol teeth, f; ami up 5.HU
?! set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Avel
Over Rpeidel'B Drug Store.
Administrator's Notl. ,
Estate of Wilhelm Th'ence, deceased.
Tna nod reigned oavmg oeen ,appuinted ad
mtnlstra'or of the estate of Wllnel-n Thleme,
lat o' the county of Rock laUnd, Slate Oi
Ullnol deceased, hereby gives not c that tf
will appear before the county eourt of Rock
Island cousty, at tbe county eourt room. Is
tie city of Kock inland at the July term,
on the Brut Monday In July next, at whlct
time all persons faaviDg claims against sail
estate are notified and requested to attend
for ir p'jrpone. of bavlnr the same adjusted
Ml pr'Oo ledebtel to said estate are rn.
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 16 h day of Ma v. A. D. 1903.
SwsmsET St Wai.kek. Attorneys (or Admin
Vo.ur I If a mwmrl
can be cored of any form of tobacco using
J. -be made well, strong, magnetic, full of
""- " ' IS ' ' ' Ve VSJJB
that makes weak, men strong. Many gam
tei. bounds in ten days. Over &OQ.OUO
cured. All druggist. Core guaranteed. Boot
let and advice fKRE. Addreas 8TBJU.IN3
JUiiliiDY CO, Chicago or Mew York. 437
NEW CURE TOR CANCER:
DAYS OF DISEASE NUMBERED
livrlln Correspondence of the New
York World: Three medical author
ities, two of whom are known the
world over us scientists of the first
rank, announce that cancer will soon
he under control.
The lirst to announce the discovery
of the cancer bacillus was Professor
lamest vn Leyrten, who has been a
lecturer nt the I'crlin university for
a quarter of a century and who, ns
director of the chief medical clinic,
heled to put the finishinp; touches
upon the professional education of
hundreds of American physicians.
Dr. von l,eyden said to the Sunday
World Majruziiie correspondent that he
had made cancer his special study for
many years and that as president of
the nation;)I committee for cancer
investigation he had had occasion to
review the labors of many valued co
workers in this interestinir field.
"1 am happy to say," declared Dr.
von I'vden, "that there is little doubt
now that we will have cancer under
control within a short while. I will
be 70 on the 20th of this month, but
expect to see my efforts toward the
conqueriii"; of cancer crowned with
"We know now positively, after so
many false alarms, that cancer is
caused by a distinct oriranism. a para
site perceptible under the inicroscoe,
a living- thin"; that we can make and
"Furthermore. my experiments
show ' positively that the cancer is
contagious, a matter which has here
tofore been under dispute. It is also
hereditary, but the descendants of
cancer sutTrers need not worry. Far
more men and women escape it than
Professor Von l.eyden added that
he was continuing' the experiments,
aided by a number of scientists and
practical investigators. "Kvery day."
he said, "adds to our fund of knowl
edge ami helps us in the persistent
war upon that most merciless ami
Medical Counselor l'.ehlo. Military
SillfTiMin Yon Wasclewsski. Professor
l.'.ibarch and Professor Von Ifause
mann fully indorsed all Yon I.eydeii
had said. Yon f.eyden sjave them am
ple opportunity to investigate his dis
covery, and after what they have
set u they do not hesitate to say "that
the davs of cancer, as an uncontroll
ed and rapidly increasing disease, are
As members of the National Com
mit Ice for Cancer In vest ip;a! ion they
especially :irree with Yon l.eyden on
the iieslion of the contagiousness of
cancer, "a fact which should find
world i le publicity for the benetit
of healthy but careless eop!e." said
Dr. Yon Il.-iiisemann. These author
ities also uphold Yon I.eyden's opin
ion that cancer is not necessarily a
Profesor Doyen, of Paris, who is
attending the surgeon's congress, now
ineetinsr here, corroborated the state
ments of Dr. Yon l.eyden. lie main
tains, however, that he. not l.eyden.
discovered the cancer bacillus.
"I have been breeding cancer ba
cilli for some time, and the cultures I
ffot in Paris would suffice to inocu
late the inhabitants of a city Ihe size ,
of Ijondon with the deadly disease,"
"I also succeeded in proving', prac
tieallv. that cancer is contagious
more contagious than consumption.
At home 1 have a little menagerie.
Kvery animal in it . is suffering from
some malignant form of cancer Which
I have inoculated into him from the
One of Yon Ley den's distinguished
coworkers is Dr. Iieffler, professor
at the I'niversity of (Iriefswald. He
thinks cancer can lie driven out by
malaria, a theory announced some
little time ago, but never fully ex
plained. Speaking- of his experiments, Pro
fessor Loe lTler said:
"I don't claim originality; I con
fess that studv of ancient works of
medicine gave the first impulse to my
present theory. Hippocrates. living
40) years before Christ, discovered
that malaria was liable to kill cancer
ous diseases in the human body.
"Another old time physician whose
Petition to Sell Real Estate to Pay Debts
State of Illinois, i
County of Rock Island. I
la tbe Circuit Court, July term, A. D. 1902."
Otto Gottseh, admin! trator of the estate of
Wi'helra Tbleme, deceased, petitioner, vs.
Man Toletre toe unknown heirs or devisees
of Wilhelm Tbieme, deceased, 'be unknown
owner of outlotnumber s:xty (8) In sectl n
runibrr tbirty-hva towntinlo number
eiabteen (18) orib range number two (2)
west of the 4th p. m ao.-ord.ng to the assea
a r s plat of A. D I MM of lot. s b-lots and
outlots in tbe county f Hoik Is and and
s ate of Iillnoi-. defendants Pa ltion for an
order to se.l real rata e to pay debts,
1o 'be above t amed non-reident defend
nt.'tbe unknown heirs or devisees o Wil
helm Tbieme deorssed the unknown owners
of rutlot nurbersiit. (A0 In section number
tbirtv-dve (3) townabip ouurr eighteen (if)
North range i iimbir two () wn of tbe 4to
p. m soeordlog to the a-Keaaor a plat of A
ii Inst of lots nu-i lot and outlita In tbe coun
ty of Koob Is and and ataie of Illln. Ii,
Amuavifc oi yuur nou rriiueuga atou ui ae
non residence of each rf you ba-lug beeo
Died In the above entitled caa-e in tbe oav-e
of toe unerlgoe1 cleric of the County court
of the county of Kre Island and state of
Ullnoi4, you are hereby notified that tbe
above n-eed pe'tiltaer bus fll'd tn ' said
sourt hi, ce ltlon for a order to sell fcid real
esta-e t iy ihedeotsof aa id estate That
a auinm cs dm oeen issuea in s-ia cause
agatr.st you. returnable to tbe July terra
A u. 1902, of said eourt to be begun and
boldea in the court house In ihe city of
Koc a Island. In satd conn ty, In 'le ttte of
Illinois, on tbi flr.t Monday of July, A.
D.. 1902. at which lime and place yon will
appear a-d plead, answer or demur to said
pe 1 tlon If ynuseeflt I
Dated at Kock Island, nanola, tblaXdday
of June, A. D i 1902 .
Bkurt B. Hniutii),
Clerk of the County Court
j-rti-iiT & W alksb.. Solicitors for Peti
Otam and beaa tiflaa Ui baa I
Never Fails to Reator Gray ;
Hair to Ka TTouthful Color, i
rtmwtntM Dandroft and hairtaiuoa
OK pd tl I" at Druyleu. .
,m, ii ' , aa
fname is scarcely known nowadays.
Truka de Krzowitz, professor of an
atomy in Tirnau, Hungary, published
a book in 1"7. in which he collected
evidence from all times and climes'
showing malaria to be a gTeat factor
in fighting cancer.
"The book is in Latin and very
rare nowadays, but 1 hope that for
the good of physicians the. world
over it will soon be translated into
modern languages and published.
"I became especially interested in
the portion of the book reporting
how in one particular instance 'can
cer of the breast was cured by the
inoculation of malaria. There is
nothing' new under the sun, you see.
"If this was possible once, with the
old crude methods, why should it not
be possible now when science and
surgery are so far advanced ?
"Professor Cebhardt proved years
ago that healthy people inoculated
with the blood of malaria patients
take that disease and Cebhardt's ex
periments were corroborated by the
greatest Italian medical investigators
and by numerous practitioners.
"And. as everybody knows, a mos
quito, having his fill of malaria blood,
will act as promptly as any medical
"Hut we can go still further: After
causing- malaria we can cure it. We
can let the illness proceed just ns far
as necessary and then stop it. And
this is what makes it valuable ns a
"That much known, there need be
no compunction about employing ma
laria as a medicine.
"In determining; on malaria as the
remedy for cancer. I had furthermore
in mi ml that the people of the trop
ics, where malaria is most common,
are uncommonly free from cancer.
This conclusion I reached after
studying the entire literature on tin
case appertaining to all countries
and climes. Finally I addressed my
self to noted physicians in the hot
countries, the majority of whom, in
formed me that cancer was known
by hearsay only in the parts where
they practiced. A friend of mine. Dr.
Pa gel. living on the island of P.orneo.
wrote lhat in twenty years ho had
not seen a single case of cancer."
No Tak of Time.
I have sold Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy for
years, and would rather be out of
coffee ami sugar than it. I sold five
bottles of it yesterday to threshers
that could g;o no farther, and they
are at work again this morning;. II.
II. Phelps. Plymouth. Oklahoma. As
will be seen by the above the thresh
ers were able to keep on with their
work without losing a single ilay's
time. You should keep a bottle of
this remedy in your home. For sale
by all druggists.
Don't Start Wrong.
Don't start the summer with n lingering-
cough or cold. We all know
what a "summer cold" is. Jt's the
hardest kind to --cure. ' Often it
"hangs on" through the entire sea
son. Take it in hand right now. A
few doses of One Minute Cough Cure
will set you right. Sure cure for
coughs, colds, croup, grip, bronchitis,
all throat and lung troubles. Ab
solutely safe. Acts at once. Chil
dren like it. "One Minute Cough
Cure is the' best cough medicine 1
ever used," says .T. H. Howies, Grove
ton, X. II. I never found anything
else that, acted so safely and quick
ly." All druggists. '
Chicago, May 27. Following, are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
tn today's markets:
May, T4: ?44: 71: 74H
July. 73Sia.T.l: 74J: 73; 74'a-
Sept., 7z; 73; 72; 72.
May, 63S: H': 63': CI.
July, rauffttn C3':
Sept., 6oh3-N; ei!: ci i .
Julv. 35V4: X; 3.5, : 3SV
Sept.. 29; 29'.; 29; .
Mav, 16.95: 17 05; lO t'5: 17 00.
July. 10 97(r17.Hl: 17.15: IB 97. 17.07
Sept., 17.121&17.15: 17.27; 17.13; 17.22
July. 10.1-J: 10.20: 10.12: 10.17
Sept., 10.15aiO.17; 1022; 10.15; 10.20.
May. 9.70: 9.70; 9.70: 9.70.
July. 9.otiri9.62: 9.05: 9.57: 9.02
Sept.. V.tt2; 9.66; 9.60: 9.05
Receipts todav: Wheat 27. corn 107, oats
283 Hogs 18.000. cattle 4,000. sheep 9.000.
Hoes lett over 7.N.
Hogs at Kansas City 10.000. cattle 5.003;
hogs at Omaha lo.ooo. cattle 2.000.
Hog market oened steady.
Lteht ri.MKfed.90: " mixed and butch-
era. a.7o7.io: good heavy, d&ot7.l5; rough
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Union stock yards g:40 a. m.
Bog market opened strong to a shade
Light. t&50&6(k. mixed and butchers. Id. 70
t7.07: good heavy, S6.HU&7.15; rough heavy,
Cattle market opened slow and easy.
IJeevrs to.Wjti cowh and heifers 1.7.V3'.
(.00. "Texas steers tti.2friti.7b, Mockers aud
Sheep market opened Kteady.
Hog market closed shade higher.
I.icht. t0 50r3.tf 95: mlinl and butchers. M. 70
tffc7.io; good heavy, 0.90t2.7.1 rough heavy.
cattle market closed slow and steaay.
Estimated recelota Wednesday: Wheat 20,
corn 90, oats 154. hogs xi.ooo. -
Aew York (stocks.
New York. May 27. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. Pacific sugar 12?S- C. 4 A. com. S7.
gas 102V Penna. 149 a: B & O. U6H. C. K. I. &
F. I73K.O. M. tt St. Paul IG9S-Manhattan I32L.
PaclUc Mall 41. Atchison common 79 ,. W. U.
Tel. Co N. Y. Central 150. L- & N.
13H. B. K. T.67. R. D. O. com. tt!4i. leather
com. ..... copper OBV, Atchison pld. 9st. U.
S. Steel ptd. 90. U. S Steel common 40.
Missouri Pacific 100. Union Pacific common
104 s. coal and tronOv Erie common
Wabash, ptd 43 Vi. Wabash com ,.,-tiacao
common) ... tin can pfd. ...
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Unotatlons on Provlalons, Live
Stock. Peaxl and PoeL
Kock Island, May 27. Following are the
wholesale quotations on the lo;al market:
Butter- C eamery 22c, dairy 17c
Kggs Flesh 13c. '
Live poultry-Siring chickens $.51toS3
p:r oozen, ntas pc jk-t jiouna, turkeys loc
ilnrtsw:. gees'- uc.
Vegetables Potatoes 90 to 95c, onions 11.75
Cattle -Steers 4.25 to M.23, cows and
heifers 12.0(1 to fjt.no. calves $5.50 to J.oii
Hogs Mixed and butchers fo.50 to 7 00
Sheep Yearltnus or over, per cwt. $150 to
K5 o. Lain bs per head (A it) to f-7.00.
Fred aud FneU
Grain Corn 70c, oats 45c.
Forage Timothy hay I5, prairie hay
J12, clover hay 13. baled prairie 112, baled
timothy $13. out straw 47.50.
Wood Hard, per load tl.50.
Coal -Lump, per bushel 12c, slack, per
H. J. TO HER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
WANTKU -Active iieenls for "The World on
Fire." by Mur;it llalstead Burning moun
tains in American iudies explode, destroy
ing cities full of jK-ople. Startling history
of appalli.'i(j phenoinena threatening liie
globe. tkjO tig Illustrated pages, ouly $1.50.
Highest endorstinents. liiggest "profits
guaranteed. Ageuts clearing from 3 to
r'Jt daily. OutUt tree. Knciose lo cents
for itost'aire. The Doiiiiniou company. De
part tneut L, Chicago.
FOR HKNT- I'AKMS.
FHK SALK Seven acres of ground with
small house aud barti in outh Heights.
For particulars call at Xo yoflSeventenenth
m isci-:lin tots.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a hielier
rate of interest thuu is paid by savings
banks, call on Marion K. swtteney, attor
ney, rooms 33-iMilchell i Lyude building,
MKX To learn barber trade. We guaran
tee graduates position at top wages attr
only two monies experience with us. Two
vcais steii, Ltiois uuu.uru, ,h;es fiitiu
Saturdays Write for catalogue. Moler
BarlK-r Loilese. Chicago. Ills.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than aay other dealer aud
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson",
lolo Second avenue. Telephone 4SM.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anything, engage lielpor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper iuMoline that can
do it lor you. Mail wauts are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-halt cent
per word-is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Kvening
and Sunday Mail, Moltnc. 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS' Many ycars'ex
perience places us in a position "to" give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure vou success. Ask lor tree letters
of information and bulletin of dailv 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
seat in Missouri, Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky, Arkansas and Texas; salary $50
monthly, commission and expenses extra:
yearly "contract: permanently located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassing; fc!5
cash security required: single man pre
ferred; personal mterview desired; if you
want our proposition br mail inclos'e 2a
cents to cover expenses. iostage stamps or
coin. Missouri Medical and Chemical com-
any, 511 North Garrison avenue, St. Louis.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you tne past, present ana tuture
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. 705 Fourth 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 LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of securitv. Also choice property for
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
MONEY to loan at C per cent interest on
personal propertv. No publicity or re-
- uioval. Eastman." Mitchell & Lynde build
ing, under savings bank.
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 above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. AU business transactions
strictly contidential. His new number and
location, H523 Second avenue. Don't forget
If Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
on 1347. , .
Estate of Henry Mueller deceased.
no undersigned Having been jpmtntod ad
minis trator of the estate of Hemy Mueller,
late of tbe county of Kock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice tbat be
will appear before tbe county court of Rock
(aland county, at tbe ocnmty court room,
in the city of Rock Island at tbe July term,
on tbe first Monday In Ju y next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
satateare notified and requested to attend, foi
ihe purpose of having tbe same adjusted
AU persona Indebted to said estate are re
jueatoJ to make Ur.mediate payment to tbe
Dated this '7'h day of My, a. D 19f2
Cosxad Muxi.i ku.. Administrator.
, 4dmiulitruirf Nntira.
Ksta'e of Anton Joseph Walter, deceased.
The uoders'guel naving been appointed ad
ministrator of the eslatn of onion Joseph
Walter , late of tbe county, of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased hereby gives notice
that be will appear before be county court
of Rook Is and ccuntv at the county ccutt
room. In Ihe city ot Kock Island at .be July
term, on ih Qrst luonday in Ju y rext, at
which lime all peron. h.vlog cl las ugatrsi
said estate are notified and requested to at
tend, for the pur, oso of having tbe same
u persons Indebted to said estate ara r
;iiSvod to make Immediate payment to t) e
Dated this ?l h dsv of May, A. D 1902
GcogcK K. UBirBicK, Admlnifitrator.
You May Be The Next
to receive a pair of
Ladies' Shoes Free
I W REFUND THE MONEY
Of ladies' slioes purcliased regardless
of style or price.
A complete stock to clioose from.
THE LEADER SHOE STORE
Opposite Harper House,
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Bell boys at the Harper.
WANTED A bov for general work at
Schroeder's farm south ol Thirtieth
WASTED A young man who is a compe
tent stenographer, and has knowledge ot
keeping accounts. Address Argus. W 31.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED -A reliable man ot good addres3.
one who has had experience in selling in
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian River Commercial company,
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making sjecialty to the grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing companv, Decatur,
111. None but tlrst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED-Uespnusible company needs two
salesmen capable ot earning j2.0C0 to tl.oo
a year. C'om.nission or salary or both,
fall at St. James hotel. Davenport. May 31.
or address the Barton-Parker Manufact
uring company. Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
WANTED - Men tor salesmen. Local or
traveling. We employ on lioth salar' and
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will vield eood income. Our salesmen
make f rom t-10 a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. G. Chase Co.,
Geneva. N. Y.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Second cook at Dan's restaurant
WANTED A girl at 2226 Fourth avenue. No
WANTED An experienced dining room girl
at Kirtman's restaurant 3110 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Apply at 513 Twenty-third
WANTED A good girl lor general house
work. Apply to Mrs. Gest, 1203 Second
WANTED Two dish washers and a dining
room girl at Wright's restaurant. 1923 Sec
WANTED A girl from 14 to 16 years old to
assist in ilght housework. Inquire at S25
Twelf th street.
WANTED Two lady cooks and a dining
room girl or boy waiter. Apply at 1911
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework in small family. Apply at
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework n small family. Call at lixis
WANTED A good woman cook at Cox's res
taurant. zjv.t t ourtn avenue, neiereucis
required. Liberal wages.
WANTED A situation as coachman. Call
or address B. Wallace, 712 Harrison street,
WANTED A position as second girl to do
light housework. Best references. Call
at 1016 Filth avenue.
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTKU Board and room by couple with
two ennureu dcu mice anu bi.
Address with price "P. 19" care of Argus.
WANTED - MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
i, ,.a, ..11 i,-2rlr tr,fa Tiiiiiif.ina Mn
Danville, N. Y.
WANTED -Some one to remove a large
quaniltv or eariu in tue real ui Din eigh
teenth street. Must be removed at once.
WANTED Situation as housekeeper for
lone man or widower with small family by
middle-aged lady. Address "G A K." gen
eral delivery, city.
WANTED A well built gasoline launch
about :w feet long, so to 'j-incn propeoor.
with about 12-horse jower engine. Please
state full particulars. Address "Launch."
WANTED All kinds of second hand watches,
diamonds, jewelrr. clothing and musical
instruments. Highest cash prices paid.
All unredeemed goods sold at bo cents on
the dollar. If you need any money call
and see us. AU business transactions
strictlv contidential. The Greater New
York Ixian Hank. 320 Twentieth street. J
M. Siecel. Mgr. 'Phone 663 Brown. Hours
from 7 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.
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 el.000
fa capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will bo guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 410 liansas City, Mo.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A gold fob between McCabe's and
Tenth street Finder return to 4i3 Tenth
street and be re warded. ,'
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Denton. 121
West Third street. Davenport. McCul
lough block,. Rooms 51 and f2. Cure
chronic and nervous diseases permanent
ly with few treatments. A references
Hours 1 to 5. and 7:30 to 9 p. m.
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman it Co.,
1714 H Second avenue.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS. .
ANSWERS to the following are at this office:
"P 19." 2; "D 2;" "L 31," 3; "P 21."; "R. M:
EVER! TENTH PAIR
Kock Island, Illinois.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT- A large furnished' room at
1504 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT-Large furnished front room
with alcove at'.'M Fiftli-and-a-haH avenue.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room lor
two gentlemen. Terms $1.50 per wiek.
Address -F 1!." Argus office.
FOR RENT Two finely furnished rooms
with privilege of bath. Modern conven
iences. 1112 Second avenue.
FOR RENT- Very desirable office suite ot
rooms, conveniently located in the Hurst
block. Twentieth street. Applv to E. W.
Hurst. Rock Island.
FOR KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A new 5-room house with bath
room equipped at southeast corner of Sev
enth avenue and Twelfth street.
FOR RENT An eight-room flat on Fourtli
avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets, with all modern conveniences
FOR RENT Nice new 7-room house on Fif
teenth street ami Eighteenth avenue. In
quire next door south.
FOR RENT For the summer months, to a
small society or club, ttie furnished rooms
ot the Associated Charities. 225 Eighteenth
street. Apply to W. U Ferguson or J. W.
FOR RENT-Cheap. One acre ot grouDd on
seventeenth street one block south of
Eighteenth avenue, planted in cherries
and berries, with a house ot seven rooms
heated by furnace: also good well, cistern,
barn for horses, and a tine brick chicken
house. For further particulars inquire of
1). It. McFrlane. 1801 Second avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres ot
laud for sale iu south Ueichts at a bargain.
FOR SALE A 7-room house of modern de
sign, city water, lot lflo foot front with
fruit shade trees, at 2717 Ninth avenue. In
quire on premises.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms imylire of R S. Dart, Jackson &
Hurst's ofllce Masonic temple.
FOR SALE Large new house, corner Sev
enteenth street anl Eleventh avenue ;Ail
modern. Lot 70 loot front, will sell or
trade. II li Walker, under Rock Island
FOR SALE A seven room, two-story frame
house, with good cellar and barnT sewer
and water connections. Lot 00x120 feet. In
quire on the premises. 43s Forty-fourth
street, north of Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE Lots in Woodln's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 2l-foot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lving or,
limestone rock. An abundant supplvof
Sure water can be had at a small expense
v 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 ot
tered lor will suit you. Call or address S.
J. Woodin. 922 First avenue.
FOR SALE A brick residence, modern in
side, fruit and shade, lot tiix225 feet. Nine
teenth street between Seventh and Eighth
avenues. 6.0oo, part cash, baiance on tune
to suit buyer. A modern frame residenee,
new. lot 5xl50. on Nineteenth street, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh avenues, part
cash, baiance at (5 per cent. Also9-room
house, lot 70x535 feet, built lor a home.
3.500 cash: owner gone into the countrv;
located at top of hiil on Thirrv-eighih
street. An S-room frame on Tenth av. nue
near Thirty-first street, two lols5x1.Vi feet,
fruit and shade, a good property. If
taken soon 2.50(i. Eastman, basement un
der Savings bank. M. & L. building.
FOR SALE Lots. 1 will sell what is re
maining of the. beautiful residence lots lo
cated oh Sixth avenue between Twentv
eighth and Thirtieth streets at 550 and
H.-io per lot. These lots are the cheapest in
the city. AU are connected with city wat
er and swer and have shade trees, within
one block ot Seventh avenue car line and
two blocks of red and blue lines. It is
generally conceded that the Rock Island
railwav will again occupv the yards which
they abandoned, which will have the effect
ot enhancing the price ot these lotsat least
50 per cent, making this an omortune time
to nuy the tew remaining lots above de
scribed. For further Information call on
E. ,T. Burns, room 11. Mitcheil & Lynde
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A good phaeton cheap. Inquire
of D. R. McFarlane. 17144 Second avenue.
FOR SALE- Little girl's wheel in good re
pair. Will be sold cheap. Call at 1707 Sec
FOR SALE One single express wagon in
first class condition. Inquire of Graves,
318 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE Leather top rubber-tire phae
ton (Mason make): also good harness tor
sale. Address "X. 44," Argus.
FOR SALE An ofllce desk at a low oriee.
Inquire at Flat 5. Sturgeon building. Twen
tieth street and Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE An Alaska refrigerator, almost
new to Inches wide. 51 Inches high Will
be sold cheap at J. R. Kimball's, 730 Nine
FOR SALE At a great sacrifice price 550
pairs of men's, ladies' and children's sho s
all this week at tbe Greater New York
Loan baok. 320 Twentieth street. Tele
phone 6ttt3 brown.
FOR SALE Furniture, consisting of a 3
jiiece bedroom suite, couch, iron bed, din
ing table, chairs, rockers, etc. All new
aud in first-class condition. Inquire at 610
FOR SALE-Cheap if taken at once, one
6-hole M. & D. range, almost new. One
lawn mower. Also agents for Barnes
bicycles. Will sell on monthly payments
to reliable person. Robb's storage. Twen