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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNJE :i, 1902.
Economy Dental Parlors
What does it mean? To
s.i vp is economy, aiI lv
calling- at the "ECONOMY
DENTAL PARLORS. NOW
i a )catkd opiositk the
HARPER HOUSE, will
yon a elmnee to see that we
mean to sav vmi money on
Plates. P.ri.lg-o Work, Crowning anil nil kinds of line ohI ami sil
ver lillinjrs. We are prepared to i!o the finest work at modern prices.
We iIou'l advertise a $.1 plate, a :5 crown, or g"oM liHins for .lUe".
Why? ItWaiiut they can'i lie made for that price anl prove satisfac
tory K-y payments for working jn-ople.
Oiliee hours from H to 12 a. m., 1 to C, ani 7 to ; p. in.
Sum lay from y io 12 a. in.
Opposite the Harper. House.
Call on ns
For i) ri cs.
THE TRAVKLERS' GUIDE.
CHICAO'X R )CK ISLAND
J Pscltle Rail wv Tickets
can be pure base J at City
T'cltet offlce, ll'i Second nve"
aue, or C , K. L A 1. depot
corner Fifth avenue and Tuir
Frank H. Hluramer. agent.
as r. vr est .
I nver Limited &Omahit.. t 3:45 am 2:55 am
Ft Worth. Denver A K. U. t 4:30 am tl0:.'0 pm
Minneapolis ,t 5:50 am :!0 pm
Davenport A Chlcaeo ,t 7:?0 am t T:iO pm
t'losiiba A Micaf-apcus... 12:45 am 3.-C0 m
loli.-rado at On' ah a ly.M pm t y:5) pm
IM s Moines A Omaha iI2: 41m t :2S am
w.r.m,. f lnir.ln Xr I irnh 1 3-IO 11.1 3:110 am
IK-n Moines Express It 2:15 pm t r.:f j ara.
St Paul A Urtcneapoils J:w am T z.- pm
Dnver. Ft. Worth A lv C. 4:34 an 1-10:30 pm
KaisMCItv.St Joe calif. Il:l0 pm t 6:30 am
Riwli Islard A Washington 1:05 p a t 3:S pm
Chicago & UesMo'.res t 2:S pm X 8:20 pm
IM?k IslaDd A Hrooklyn ACj S:3S pm am
rimaha A (took lHla.nl .:i5 pm ;10:3S am
Kl 1'asoA San Franchco..' g.-O pm V!Ah pm
Arr-Tat. toeoarture. jDallv. except Sun
day. SUally. eicept Saturday. All others
dlly 1 elephone loV3 and H-3.
CHICAGO. BURUNOTOM St
yjinry J.. 11 & Q KaU-waf-Uepot
and Tnt'th t.-ect.
J Ynu. rect.
FRANK A. HART, rasa. A (ft.
t- Louis. bprliiKtifid
(iales)urK, Pcor.a acd
St-rllnf. Menc'ota and
S6.!0 im .13 am
IC fOaoi , ir:H5 am
Pi-oria. ileardstown. Bur-
llDvton. Lienver and
St. Louia. Kansas Ctty
Oenyer anl Pacliic
r2 25 pm 12:I I pm
s7:ia pm j 7'10 pm
. ..... ...... .... .... -
BterMoK and points In-1
termed late I
Rut Moilne (suburban). !
LuOUfii:t. CUntoo. La'
7: !S pin I 17:10 pm
r.A am :-U pm
Cns.., I'aul, Minn '
and N. W ! s 7. 10 pm
Clinton. Uubuque, ano
Cro e TINI am
Clinton and Intermediate. a7 0uam
9 Ji am
s Stop at hock K!and th lulnutes for meals.
IhtUr tUallv except SuuUay.
KOCK ISLAND A PEORIA
Kaliway. Liepot First atenue
and Twentieth mreet. a!n
lin trains teav C, 11 I. .t 1.
Moline avenue depot ti-n min
utea earlier than time Klren.
bl. A. PaIths...v. .;. P. a.
E. L. (Jorr. a cent.
Peoria." SprlrgflelJ. S1.U,
Pcoriik Jprlnv0eld. Indian-
liit'ton. ht louU
Peon a, Indianapolis. Cin
Cable & 6her'ard nccom.
Ca"le Sherrard Accorn.
9 42 pm
0 IS am
Tra'n marked are daily. All others dally
J A St. Paul R.l' way. U.,
R. L A N. W. passenKer sta
tion at foot oi Seventeenth
atreet. George W. Weed,
agent. The trains for bu
buque and points north mr
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport acd Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
A U trains will connect at fcjavacna for points
east and west-
TKAIiSS I L1V AKkTvS
Imbuque and tit. Paul Pas
senger 70 am 11:40 am
Aceomuir-datlon 10:15 am 11:15 am
Iiunuque and tot. Paul Pas
senger 4:V pm 9 15 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 9:15 pm
Freeport ""xpress 4:'5 pm 11:4i am
All trnlos dull vflxn'fD Hinrlav
CA l; N I V A L CI TV PACK r.T C ). For M us
catine. New Itostou. Keithsburg,tiiuaw
ka and HurliiiKon
The steamer HELEN ULAIU
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4
The steamer W. J. YOUNG
Everv Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
1 1 M a in.
Arriving In Hurllngton at 8:15 p. m.
Parties can i?o to Muscatine on the Helen
niair at 4 i. in. Monday. Wednesday and Fri
day and return on the W. J. Youug at 11:30
p. in., same uay
ACME PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all points letwecii.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
GEO. LAMONT. Agent.
All the news all the time The
You know .
year. Just out
119 18th St
" frrr T xvn ln,ln-rI to try ASf'A-
Jl y.Ti9 1 u ill never i wihoi;t tlieta in irn hous.
Mt I'Vr '.v;is in a v-ry i hjjN, niul fiiy lnl
f"-)i'.J :.n! I h:nl stoiTin'-h In li-i.'. Now, ninro lak
tr- -art-t-i. 1 ?! tii iv w ! 1 li.t! ill"
th';:i with U-TM'Iif'al rr.Iti for saur Ktoiiuwh.''
Goo.l . X.v.r Sii-k- u. Vu-iat-n or On in. IU:, wo. Sue.
Rlrlm(r r.-n.dr raapao.Tblrai-o, Xuntml. w Tork. '31 S-
UO.Tfl Hf S"M ami riiroiiiiwl br alhlrnc-
lU'DAb ui,t wti u:; Totuccu Unb.t.
Petition to Sell Iteal Kstute to Pay Debts
State of Illinois. I
County of Rock inland.
In the Circuit Court, July term, A. D. 190i
Otto Gotlieh. sdmlal trator of tb estate of
W I helm Tbiemi". deceased, petitioner, vs
Man 'l'nlei e. tne unknown heirs or devisees
of Wiihelm Thieme. deceased, 'he unknown
owner .of outhit number s. xty (t') in sect tin
rumyr th r:y-liv- CI.'-) towisblp number
mrhteen (-( or'.h raore number two (J)
west of th- Ub p. iu ac-ordinif to the asses
s r spiat of a. 1 ls'"4 of low. a b-lots and
ouilots In the cvmniy i f Koek Is and and
s ute of Iilinoi . dtfe itfants Pe Itijn for an
orler to s-?'l real rsta e to pay debts
In i he above famed nn-refidert defend
sr)t4, the unknown heirs or devisees of Wil
hlm Thieme deceased i he unknown owners
of emiot nuT-bersixt rx) In section number
thirty dve (.'P tojfnsh'p number eighteen (IK)
North raniri- inmbfr two lii wn of the 4tn
p. m acordloi; to the assessor's plat of A
u. hii of lois. so i lou and outlets In the coun
ty of Kock Is and and state of Iliim Is.
Affidavit of your non residence aDd of the
non resia-nce of each rf you hadns been
(lied In the above entitled cause in the otr.re
of the un"feraiifiie1 clerk of the county court
of the county of Koct Island and state of
llUnoU. you are hereby notined that the
above na--ed petitioner has tiled in said
court his petition for an order to sell asid real
csta-e tj p-iy the debts of said estate That
a summons h vs been Issued In s-ld caute
against you. returnable .to the July term
A u. I'iT-. of said court, to be bttfun aid
h'lden In the court bouse in the cltv of
Kock Island, in said county, in ibe sttte of
Illinois, on the tirst Monday of July, A
D., li, at which time and place you will
appearand plead, answer or demur to said
pe itlon If you see lit.
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, this 2d day
of June, A. D, lc-J
HE!tRT H. HrBHAHO.
Clerk of the County Court
3wbkst A Walk kb, Solicitors for Peti
tioner. tac glktt Cuan;.
f n Ids. Otan M CC
Cenalne stamped C C C Never sold In bnlk.
Beware of tbe dealer who tries to sell
"some thing just as good."
Do N'T Be Fooled!
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only hy Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trad
mark cut on each pacltsge.
Price, 35 cents. Never sol4
In bulk. Accept no substt
oarsuTioios tute. Ak our OniggUU
JfSYjk BEST FOR
N??rCANDy CATHARTIC r?
ilssM "nii P'-'fir ' 1 1 " DratirWM
City Council Kooni, Roek Island, June
2. The Council met in regular semi
monthly session at X p. m., Mayor Knox
Jin-silling anil all tike ahlernien present
The minute of t lie 1 regular and ad-
jimrnctl iiM'ftiprs were read and Ap
proved. Ahli-riiiaii Anderson, from the Finance
Committee. reiortetl an ordinance which
was orilcriMl eonsidered nnd nis.cd hy
unaiiiiiioiis vote, allowing hills out of
the various municipal funds as follows
J Anthony 9I S 25 9 00
W O'Brien 8 r, 75 9 00
G 7 ".
H I tko
II IieUfiiroth .
K A iirasher 5 25
A Ilrady 6 Mi
'I lJrlun 7 70
F 8? joblad 7 70
S Llrauiblo 7 7i
U Smith 6 i0
Parley llarsou 5 25
9 no io r.o
Jan Mi Carl S 25
r 3 m 3 oO 7 l"i
J Armstrong 1 50
M Pender 0 2it
Geo MeCarl 25
H Mi-Quade t; no
W Doyle 3 00
S Lukenbichl 4 50
K Iluneher 6 20
John Haley 7 35
W II Lev-riek 7 70
lames Marshall 7
Jus Kane 7 70
P. McQulrs 3 40
.1 Thompson 5 45
S Simpson 2 -'
I Conwell 2 45
l: .Vc-OuaJe 1 5o
5 in 3 00
3 7 .'.
4 SO 3 0."
.1 Shelly ..
II lid 11 IM) 14 U0 14 Oil
ir. W K, 5 16 50 1. CI
Thos Kox K 5" 15 io 7 50
I Harn:ioi:s 3 00
Wni Mi-Donald It! 50 15 75 10 50
Simon Dexter 13 50
F liruhn ! "
A Dotiaway 1-'
John Mi lHiuald T! 5o 9 00
F flest 12 Oil
M MeDonald 9 00 1 5il
Wm Shoves 11 OH 10 5:1
12 no i ;o
P Alters 3 00 12 00
Ilariu-y Thotiiiison .... C
1" Juhiison 6 75 5 S5
1 It Fuller
V Murria 7 50
S Lynch C o.
C llwert 3
.las Slater 3
S Knox 9
A F Lawsoti
STIitSET Af C lt'NT.
Iibor pay roll ..327 t!5 K I Plow
Labor pay roll ..2i.s9iV & 1
Ial.nr pay mil . .15i In II I Lbr Co 3
Labor pay roll ..112 Win Klochau 3
Tri Citv Cent Co 91 ihi J W Stewart 2
W Sto khant .. 11 95
PEW EH ACCOUNT.
Ijbor pay roll.. In m It I Iron works S7 15
l.abt,r pay roll .. H7 05 Trt-Cily Ctu Co 11 15
libor pay .roll .. 2t! 50 Ft U Lime Assn 5 ta
Labor pay roll . . 21 75 .1 W Stewart 1 SO
I-at.or pny toll
Laor pay toll
Labor ay roll
I-ahor ay roll
Tony Harper ..
Auk Vincent ..
2! 00 Sum Knox
3 mi Jos DeSilva ...
14 00 y Yerbury ,
II 00 Cash te Co
:s T Win KhM kau .
40 25 l' lee it Coal Ci
50 ml Mrs A. Tegeler
Joini Willisiiis .. 45 00.1 F Koliiiison .
CONTINGENT ACCOI NT.
F P Wei-h 130 00 Mutila Bros ...
It I Iron works 40 00 Iollle Class ...
'has PiiblK t2 .ML S M C 4 Co.
OF FICE ACCOUNT.
Mrs M Judson . .K ml Chaa Eiebii?
J T Noflsker 3 40 J W Stcwatt ....
! St I
3 IM I
Kianier & Co.... 1 75
Ill P;s Co 13 15
21 STREET PROP EliTY HOLDERS.
W Triechler 13 15
SPENCER SQUARE ACCOUNT.
R Crampton Park Co intiiisKlouer K'5 9
liAKNSEY SQUARE ACCOUNT.
W. Selinert, Park Commissioner . . 53 SO
Peoples Power Co 1.200 47
U F Knox MO on W J Gamble .... CS 6fi
11 C S. haftcr ..1ml mi W Treirhkr .... 66 6i
John K Scott .. 6 6W II Gest Jr.... 8 31
Jas Darnell ..
B J McCabe .
D McCarty .
. 81 2 A Carlson
. 4 BSE P Kell
. CI 25 Wm Ferkel
Cfi 25 T P Lallin
. T6 25 Cash At Co
. 60 25 Smith & llause .,
. Dfl 25 M J Phillips
Cnas Moody ...
J W Bowes ...
G A Bergsten .
56 25 Pt li Lime Assn
66 2. Phil Weber
56 I". R I Wood works
5G 25 Kramer & Co ..
5'i 2 Lavid Don
f6 ?5 Chas FiebiK
FIRE DEPARTMENT NO. 1.
Peter Frey ..
A MeDonald ..
.1 Sullivan ....
I-rust Rltz ...
71 fifi Cash & Co
C3 33 .", Volk & Co
6"i f0 W B Grayes ..
55 00 M Ean
53 R4 Frank 111
52 24 Smith & riau.se..
Luther Anderson 50 00 J M Sehaab
Homer Wirt ..
Wm Rverson .
W & D
V Deisonroth .
Oeorne Hoist .
50 00 John Gibson
uOOOParidon & Son..
29 5S E E Lamp
59 16 Adams & W
R5 r0 M Repine
60 00 M Corcoran ,
59 16 Adams & W
55 0 K E Lamp
65 00 Phil Weber
50 00 Mary Mitchell .
26 95 .1 M Srhnab ....
.1 Muleahey .
Wm Long ..
II Herman ...
Wm Klai kau
Labor pay roll ..
Iabor pay roll..
Labor pay roll.,
libor pay roll.
30 15C V Minin Co C7t 92
32 40Channon P Co 9 95
37 40 Ward & Mc.VI... 48 25
.41 50 C R I & P Ry.. 12 91
P T Rancro:t
W Wise ....
B S Durllng
Jas Farrell ..
Geo Nichols .
p T Bancroft
.100 00 Meier & Behrln 7 30
. 72 H C n . Q R R 3 77
. :. 00 J W Stewart 3 80
. 15 00 Molir.e II C Co 3 65
. 55 00 David Don 3 25
. 50 COC Mueller Sons 1 59
. 39 63 Spencer & Trefx 1 50
Smith & Hause I 50
. 25 00
pay roll.. 79 60O G Walllck
pay roll. .57 50 II F Lamp .
pay roll.. 55 90 v. L Carpenter
nay roll. .63 13 R I Fuel Co
Harris ..60 00DavM Dun ...
... 10 25
1 6S4 97
2 185 86
S 278 81
aeet ... .964 74 Police aert ...
ewT aect .
.244 18 Fire dept No.
.500 51 Fire dept No
.67 50 Firo dept No.
OfTiee aeet . .
..13 15 $6.00 37
?1st st Di-onhold 13 lSWatrew. ex 1 474 99
Prencer souare .195 90 Rf aervolr. ex. .. . 489 50
Oarnsey square ..59 80
Llrht aect ....1.300.47 S.044 86
Salary ceomt .408 31
Mr. T,. T5. Ptrayer, representins the
Retail Merchants' Association, addressed
the Council in liehalf of the improvement
of Xinth street and the Milan hridge.
Odicers reports for the month of May
were read and ordered placed tin file.
Permits for ever connections in favor
of Channon. Terry & Co.. and pas eon-
I nectians in favor of the People's Tower
Co. wcrf referred to the sewer and street
and alley eommiltees, respectively, with
turner to act.
A m tit ion of the Central Union Tele
phone Co. for leave to erect a line of
poles was referred to the street and al
The Clerk read a 14 ter from George
Schneider, chairman of the finance com
mittee of the County Pxarl inviting the
Oiimcil to share in the expense of a trip
to Aleilo to ferret out certain tax mat
ters. Referred to the finance commit
tee to rejiort at the net regular meet
in'. on motion of Alderman Anderson.
Hie Clerk read a petition of residents
of Fifteenth street for the improvement
of Fifteenth street from Third to
Twelfth avenues. Referred to the
Hoard of I.oeal Improvement.
The Clerk read a communication from
O. R. Giant, peneral manager of the D
II. I. A. X. W. Ry. statin- that the
Twelfth street levee work will lie com
pleted j'.s soon as the high water permit.
Received and placed on file.
Alderman Soderstrom. from the fire
and light committee, repoited in favor
of yrantiiisr permission to I' rank ( ampani
to erect a shed metal covered, at ltilS
Second avenue. Granted.
.Alderman Soderstrom reported ad
versely on the proposition doclarinji a
house on lot :, hhx-k 15. Sin net's Second
addition a nui-ance and that it lie or
dered ahatcd. Report adopted.
Alderman Smler-l roin read a report in
favor of plucing 15 of the free copper
m.'tallic tch'phoius in the residences of
fourteen aldermen and one at the may
or's oliiee. and ix lire and police alarm
teh phones in ea h ward. Adopted.
Alderman Soderstrom read a petition
from 11. !'. l-'ulmcr asking a rchatc on
excels of pating assessment. Referred
to claims committee and City Attorney,
Alderman Gall, from the license and
market committer, reported in favor of
repealing the ordinance allowing the Km
pire Coal Co. to use a part of Kast S'V
entccnth street. Adopted.
Alderman (Jail read an ordinance ter
minating the alcged right of the Kmpire
Coal Co. to any exclusive ue of a por
tion of Kast Seventeenth street. Passed
hy unanimous vote.
Alderman Mi-askrin offered an ordin
ance changing sections 1 and 2. chapter
21. Revised Ordiaiices. so as to provide
for four p.uk commissioners, to servi?
without sty. lu ll t ied to the ordinance
committee with a rciuet that copies
he furnished to the aldermen hy the
next meeting, on motion of Alderman
Alderman llousp from the sewer com
mittee, reputed in favor of allowing
certain 101-011 to conned with sewers
Alderman AVestlwv, from the street
and alley committee, reported in favor of
idoptinm plans submitted hy the Illinois
Telephone Co.. suliject to minor changes.
Alderman West hay alo reported f.iv-
oraMy on the petition of Iothar Harms
for a change of sidewalk grade, the work
to lo done under the siiicrviinti of the
city engineer. Adopted.
Alderman Westluy reported in favor
of accepting the plat of Goldsmith & Mc-
Kee's addition on the tiling' of liou.l
for 'sl.lMNI for grading purposes. Adopted.
Aldeiman est hay reported in favor of
icccpting the IhiiuI of Cramer & McKee.
and aUo accepting the plat of Cramer &
Mckec s additon. Adopted hy unanim
Alderman Anderson, from the water
works commitee, reported in favor of di
rivting the City Cletk to purchase (il)
totrs of six-inch water pipe and (!( tons
of four-inch pi(e. Adopted.
Aldi rman Anderson reported in favor
of installing a :sand washer at. the reser
voir plant as soon as Mi-sihle. Supciin
tcndeiit Raneroft. on lieing asked hv Al
derman McCaskrin as totliis saml wash
er, reported that one is in use at Al
haiiv. X. V.. where the system is similar
to Hock 1-I.ind's and that it washes the
sand live times over in passing through.
Its cost is ahout .o2.i. Adopted.
.Alderman Anderson presented a peti
tion an iturca.se of 10 per cent in
wages from waterworks employes. Re
ferred to the waterworks and finance
Alderman Anderson suhmitted a re
commendation that the waterworks com
mittee make necessary repairs on the
waterworks luwlding niul repaint the
stand pijH-. Adopted.
A communication from the Tri-Citv
Rendering: Co. on the oisuiing of the
Kighteenth avenue was referred to the
street and alley committee to report nt
the next meeting.
Alderman Willis suhmitted an ordin
ance inerea-iing the pay of the police de
partment. Referred to the finance, po
lice and waterworks committees.
Alderman Rirkel offered an ordinance
amending the revised ordinances so as to
provide for licensing drivng' parks or race
tracks to which the public are charged
for ndmisson. and hasehall grounds, at
the rate of 1(0 a year. Referred to the
ordinance mm mittee.
Alderman Kckhart moved that the.
Tri-City Railway Co. le notified to
hring to grade its tracks on Seventh
avenue from Twelfth to Kleventh street
and on Eleventh street from Seventh
avenue to Kleventh avenues. Adopted.
Alderman llloeklinger offered a resolu
tion to place 12-inch tile 011 Third ave
nue and Third street. Adopted.
Alderman Kennedy moved that the
grade of Twenty-ninth street south of
Seventh avenue lie referred to the street
ami alley committee. Adopted.
Alderman Rlocklinger moved that the
street and alley commitee investigate
the cost of improving' Ninth street and
Adjourned. H. C. Schaffer,
Chronic bronchial troubles nnd
summer coug-hs enn be quickly reliev
ed nnd cured by Foley's Honey and
Tar. All drug-gists.
Edacatw Toar Bowtli With Casesrets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c, 'tte. UtttC, tail, drugg-isu relund money.
GOODS NOT DELIVERED:
COMPANY WILL NOT PAY
II. M. Sehtiver, attorney for the
Illack Hawk Oil company, leaves this
evening; for the oil region of Texas
there to defend his company in a suit
that has been brought against it by
Hill tSr Forney Hrothers, the concern
that drilled the well. for. the sum of
$li.."0(), the contract price of the job
The Illack Hawk people are resisting;
payment on the ground that the drill
ers have not fulfilled the terms of
the contract. It is contended that
they agreed to give a well that would
sMi;it a (i-inoh stream to a height of
50 feet, whereas the well its complet
ed throws a stream only two or three
inches in diameter to only nlMiut 25
Advertised Letter List No. 31.
last of letters uncalled for at the
Hock Island post office for the week
week euiiino' May P.l, I'.iOJ:
.John Huliiike. .Mrs. M. A. Rennett,
Willis C. Hover Miss Katie Dough
erty, .Miss I'.essie Dover. Mrs. I). F.
Kmerick, II. Kinfeldt, .1. Warner Ho
guii, Geo. A'. Hal-, Osi-tir .lohnson,
Mrs. Nellie Louise. II. W. Lewis,
Thus. Mason. Tom Mason. I.atney
Neal. Kev. C. I. OJs.m. Miss K.
I'lieljis. Mrs. Charles Rice. -Mrs. A. 15.
Russell. W. II. Stcinestel. Miss Ger
trude Smith. .1 15. Tinclall. Wilson R.
Todd. Klla Williams. Miss Mary .lane
Wilson. Fred W. Welch.
When calling; for advertised letters
please give the number of the list.
THOMAS II. THOMAS, P. M.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
For children. Mother Gray, for years
a nurse in the Children's Home in
New York, treated children success
fully with a remedy, now prepared
and placet! in the drug- stores, called
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children. They are harmless as milk,
pleasant to take and never fail. A
certain cure for feverishness, consti
pation, headache, teething; and stom
ach disorders, and remove worms.
At all druggists. 25e. Sample sent
free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le
Roy, X. Y.
A Real Friend.
"I have suffered from dyspepsia and
indigest inn for fifteen years." says W.
T. Sturdevant of Merry Oaks. X. C.
"After 1 had tried many doctors ami
medicines to 1x1 avail mie of my
friends persuailed me to try Koihil.
It gave immediate relief. 1 can eat
almost anything' I want now nnl
my digestion is good. I cheerfully
recommend Kodol." Don't try to
cure stomach trouble by dieting.
That only further weakens Hie sys
tem. Ron need wholesome, strength
ening food. Kiidol enables you to
assimilate what you eat by digesting
it without the stomach's aid. All
Spring- fever is another name for
biliousness. It is more serious than
mot people think. A torpid liver
ind inactive bowels mean u poisoned
;ystein. If neglected, serious illness
inav follow such symptoms. ie-
Witl's Little Early Risers remove all
danger by stimulating the liver, ofien-
itig' the bowels and idealising' the sys
tem of impurities. Safe pills. Never
gripe. '1 Hate taken DcWitts lame
Early Risers for torpid liver every
spring' for years." writes R. M. Ever-
ly. Motimlsville. W. "a. "They do me
more o-,Ml than anything1 I have ever
LOST ANO rOt'NU
LOST On Fifteenth street and Seventh
avenue, a gola liileil gentleman s watch.
Finder return to this otllce and receive
LOST At Chippiannock cemetery or at Cen
ter station Memorial dav a carved gold
band ring. Finder leave at Argus ottlce
ard receive reward
LOST A brown Shetland jiony with white
sjHits. Finder address or leave at resi
lience of Will Velie. Kleventh street and
Kleventh avenue. Moline
LOST A gold locket between Illinois thea
tre and rwentletn street witn initials a. 1 .
engraved. Finder please return to Rock
Island house and receive reward.
LOST A small Swissopen laced stiver watch
between woodmen nuiiaing ana Mess tiros,
grocery Sunday afternoon. Initial E. M
H. encravedon liackofca.se. Finder please
return to Hess Bros, and receive reward.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
rate ot Interest man is paid Dy savings
banks, call on Marion E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms S3-35, Mitchell A Lynde building,
MEN To learn barber trade: new tield for
our graduates. We want 100 at once: nest
proposition ever offered: eight weeks pre
pares xou for fl'J weekly jotis. Write to
day, to'oler Barber College. Chicago, 111.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all Kinds ot second, nana gooas.
will pay more than anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. Ail kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson.
1515 Second aveuue. Telephone 4K4.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper iu Moline that can
do it lor you. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wauts bring results. Oue-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mail. Moliue, 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS' Many years'ex-
perience places us in a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of daily pap.rs
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord A Carver. Racine, Wis.
MANAGER W' ANT ED 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; jiermanently located at
one town; no traveling; no canvassing; $25
cash security required: single man pre
ferred: personal interview desired; if you
want our proposition by mail inclose 2
cents to cover exjienses. postage stamps or
cola. Missouri Medical and Chemical com
pany, 511 North Garrison avenue, St. Louis,
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman & Co.,
1711 H Second avenue.
Yon Avill need a pair J
X of ladies' shoes soon anyway.
X Why not try to get them free now. .
We refund the money on
every tenth pair of Ladies
WE HAVE A COMPLETE
Opposite Harper House,
WASTED MALE HELP
WANTED-Bell Tioys at the Harper.
WANTED Bov to do general choi es and
take rare of horse at M8 Twentieth street.
WANTED-Good machinists and pattern
makers at the Rock Island Plow company
WANTED Boys about 10 years old. Apply
al ter ti p. in.. ieo. C. Witt. Trade grainer.
261s Fourth avenue.
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 River Commercial company,
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
monev making specialtv to the grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company, Decatur,
1 11. None but tlrst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED Men lor salesmen. Local or
traveling. We employ on both salary and
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will yield good income. Oursalesmen
make troni flO a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The K. G. Chase Co.,
Geneva. N. Y.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A competent girl at S.ll Twenty-
WANTED A cook at the Union restaurant.
-'lki seventeenin street.
WANTED Two dish washers at Wright's
restaurant. r.'i.i :sciuiiii a c u lot.
WANTED -A competent girl for general
Jiouseworn at si- lwenueiri s'.reei.
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework, good wages, at 707 Twenty
WANTED A strong girl tor general house
work. Best wages." Apply at 541 Twenty
WANTED Apprentice girls at Kelly &
Strate s dress making parlors, iwu '.Twen
WANTED A girl who understands running
a sewing machine. Apply at once at z.t.i
WANTED Girl lor general housework in
family ot two. Apply to Mrs. Walter er
burv. 21 Third avenue.
WANTED Pcsition as bookkeeper and sten
ographer ny rename and capable young
man who has had some experience in book
keeping. Can furnish good references.
Call or address 2"iiy Eighth avenue.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED Board and room by couple with
two children aged three and six years.
Address with price "P. 19" care of Argus.
WANTED- M ISOFXLANEOCS.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
if vou sell stark trees. Louisiana, mo.;
Danville, N. Y.
WANTED All kindsof second hand watches.
diamonds, jeweirv. cunning ana musical
instruments. Highest cash prices paid.
All unredeemed goods sold at bl cents on
the dollar. If vou need anv money call
and see us. Ail business transactions
strictly confidential. The Greater New
York Loan Hank, a-20 Twentieth street. J
M. Siecel. Mgr. 'Phone C53 Brown. Hours
from a. in. to 0:30 p. m.
WANTED An established wholesale house.
recently incorporated, extending business,
desires'to engage competent manager lor
branch house. Salary ilOO per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest ft. 000
in capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per rent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 4i0 Kansas City, Mo.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO IX)AN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marion K. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-So. Mitchell A Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also cnoiee property ror
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 330 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds.
watches, jewelry, naraware, 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. l23 Second avenue. Don't forget
it- Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Denton, 124
West Third street. Davenport. mccui
lough block. Rooms 51 and ft2. Cure
chronic and nervous diseases permanent
lv with few treatments. A references
Hours 1 to 5. and 7:30 to 9 p. m.
WANTED -Active agents for "The World on
Fire." by Murat Halstead. Burning moun
tains In American Indies explode, destroy
ing cities full of jieople. Startling history
of appalling phenomena threatening the
f lobe. tko big Illustrated pages, only fl.50.
iighest endorsements. Biggest prohts
guaranteed. Agents clearing from f.1 to
25 dailv. Ouirit free. Enclose to cents
for postage. The Dominion company. De
partment L. Chicago.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctlv. Tells you- everyUiIng 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
lto 10 p. m.- 705 Fourth avenue.
STOCK TO CHOOSE FItOM.
Rock Island, Illinois.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT A furnished room at fSO Seven
FOR RENT A furnished room lor fl ler
week at 535 Twentieth street.
rOH RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences at 1107 Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Large furnished front rootil
with alcove at 2tc Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms at Slit
Twenty-third street. Apply immediately.
FOR RENT Furnished room, suitable for
one or two men. All modern conveniences,
lor; Seventeenteenth street.
FOR RENT- Very desirable office suite ot
rooms, conveniently located in. the Hurst
block. Twentieth street. Apply to E. W.
Hurst, Rock Island.
FOR KENT Two furnished rooms with or
without board. Can accommodate tour
gentlemen. All modern conveniences,
lmjo Seventeenth street.
FOR KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT An eight-room fiat on Fourth
avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets, with all modern conveniences.
FOR RENT Nice new 7-rooni house on Fi!
teenth street and Eighteenth avenue. In
quire next door south.
FOR RENT A modern t-room house with
all the latest conveniences at 2?as Sixth
avenue. Inquire at M5 Twenty-second
FOR RENT Three flats one at 171S Third
avenue and two opposite C. R. I. & P. pas
senger dejiot. Rock Island. Rent ?ll lier
month each. For particulars call on G.
A Koester. 1436 Main street. Davenrort. or
phone 020. Davenjiort.
FOR RENT -Cheap. One acre ot ground on
Seventeenth street one block south of
Eighteenth avenue, planted in cherries
aud berries, with a house ot seven rooms
heated bv turnace: also good well, cistern,
barn for horses, and a tine brick chicken
house. For further particulars inquire of
D. R. MoFarlane. 1S01H Second avenue.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with
small house and barn in south Heights.
For particulars call at No 9i9Seventenentli
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres ot
land for sale inSoulh Heights at a bargain.
FOR SALE A new 5-room cottaee. Wiil
sell cheap. For terms appl7 at l4:)0 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR SALE -Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms inquire ot R s. Dart, Jackson A
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE A seven room, two-story frame
house, with good cellar and barn, sewer
and water connections. Lot 60x120 feet. In
quire on the premises. 4:1s Forty-fourth
street, north of Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE Lots In Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with foot aliev
aud nine feet of good rich soil lving on
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
pure water cau be had at a small expense
by drilling 3u feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 211 feet apart along the curb. If
you are interested in a cheap building lot.
the price and terms that these lots are of
fered tor will suit you. Call or address S.
J. Wooitin. SI22 First avenue.
FOR SALE -A brick residence, modern in
side, fruit and shade, lot 5x2-JS feet. Nine
teenth street between Seventh and Eighth
avenues. 6.C00, part cash, balance on time
to suit buyer. A modern frame residence,
new, lot 50x150, on Nineteenth street, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh avenues, part
cash, balance at per cent. AlsoS-room
house, lot oix."vi5 feet, built lor a home.
iUt.MKi cash: owner orie into the country:
located at top of hill on Thirty-eighth
street. An s-room frame on Tenth av nue
near Thirty-first street, two lots 50x150 feet,
fruit and' shade, a good property, If
taken soon f 2.500. Eastman, basement un
der Savings bank. M. A L. building.
FOR SALE Lots. I 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
f l.-ni per lot. These lots are the cheapest in
the city. All are connected with city wat
er and sewer and have shade trees, within
one block of Seventh avenue car line and
tw-o blocks of red and blue lines. It is
generally conceded that the Rock Island
railwax- will acain occupy the yards which
they abandoned, which will have the effect
ot enhancing the price of these lots at least
50 per cent, making this an opportune time
to tiuv the few remaining lots above de
scribed. For further information call on
E.J. Burus, room 11. Mitchell A Lynde
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-A new wall tent 12x16. with fly.
A bargain, cau at nor ourteentn street.
FOR SALE- Little girl s wheel in good re
pair. Will be sold cheap. Call at 1707 Sec
FOR SALE Leather top rubber-tired phae
ton (Mason make): also good harness tor
sale. Address "x. 44." Argus. '
FOR SALE A chttlonier. dressing table,
rockinc chair and straight chair, curlv
birch, almost new. Call evenings at 70
FOR SALE-Macninery. One 15-horse up
right steam engine, one upright steam
engine in tirst-class running order, one
25-horse steam engine and two 20-horse
portable tire box boilers. 3. 3. 3 and 5-horse
gasoline engines Apply at SlO-.'fcJl Nine
leenth street. Moline Seal and Stamp
Works. Moline, 111.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office:
P19."2:"D 2:" LJU."S: "P21.": "R. M;
"M," "S 35," 2; -V 31," 2; "C 43," 2; ' M ti."