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THE ABGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 1902.
Correct in. Style .
Perfect in Fit
Right in Price.
Let Us Show Yon.
George F. Schmale. Proprietor.
4.4.4..4 ! .1,4.4.441 18.104.22.168,
Our Into invention, railed the double suction for plates
Hint have proved worlliloss on account of loose fitting.
Von can haw thorn applied ti your old plates if they
arr not damage I or broken. Come and see for your
self. You may leave your ohl plate in flu' iiiornin.tr anl
have our late patent, the double suction, plaot d i:i it and
ret it tin same day. Kxpert crown ami bridge work
flour. Kino gold, silver ami platinum fillings; also pain
less extraction without the use of cocaine. Kxamina
tion free. Office hours S In 12 anil 1 to (i. I'.veiiings til!
?:::. Stimlays y :.'!() to 12. People holding coupons sliuuM
conn- in before the M days expire.
ECONOMY DENTAL PARLORS happkhok
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THK IHAVrLr.KS' on in IT.
nlUCAG. R CK ISLAND
ir J riCIQU nil' wT I itiirin
fl i-nn h n:irch;isf-d at CUT
JVtt.T Tcket office. 11 second ire
nie. or j , n. a- tr. ucinn
JM A.mp FVfih Mnnu aud Thlr
ty-uftb street, t'rimlc H. t-ltiomer. akjent.
Denver IJai!tcd &Drriba..
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linnvrr. Ft. Worth A K. C
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tKa-.iiasClty.St Joe A Cal.f.
j I Cook lsUndA WaMhlr.gvoD
Chicaco A Ie8 Moir es
Kock Island A Frookiyn Ac
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Arr-Tttl. t!'eoriure. JiJaiiy. except tUn
Jav. SUa:i7. excep- Setury. All oibers
flally Telephone li3 aid H31.
Si- Louls. bprliiKtiid
(alexburg. Peoria acd
St-rilD2. Meodota acd
Pworla. Heardstowa. Bur
i: n von, Denver and
8t. Loala. Kaiaaa C'ty.
lenver uJ Paclnc
Sterling and points In
termediate Kant MoUne (suburban) . .
rubunut. canton. La
rTTr'cT CHICAGO. BCKUSOTON A
I-J-v''ftl1 J way-uep.t Second avenue
fxi! atd Tot'f. street.
!citWJi'i3 FSSK A. HART. Pass. A (ft.
i6!0aa. fi:35 am
16.10 is ; t:3S am
j f2 25 pro 12M pm
i s7.25 pm 7-10 pm
7r25 pm 7:'0 pm
I trt:a) am 0 pm
s7.40 pm fl 2i am
7 00 am -17:00 rro
s "7.00 am 7:o pm
Cro-, t Paul, Minn I
and N. W I
Clinton, nubuque, anc;
Clinton and Intermediate.
s stop at ock Is! acd sra mloutea for meals
Dally tUallv except bunuay.
S. pn.-k- lSr.KT) Jt PEORIA
Aj-, Railway. Depot First avenue
and Twentieth aireet. WaiD
PEDKlflNlio'" trains leive C. H LAP.
m. i.u " " - '
utef earlier than time ttlven.
M. A. PATTK-SO i. P. A.
to. 1 uorr, AKctt
poona, &pn gueld. t.
Peoria. Springfield. Indian-
tpnlk C nclnaatLBloom-
Piwnt. lnd'anpolw. Cln-
Cable i. ber-rd Accom.
Ca'-le A berra'd Aeeom.
8:05 am 9 42 pm
1:45 pm 5:05 pm
9' IS am 4:5 pm
3:30 pm 8:1-0 p
Tr'M markrd are dally Ail others dally
J A St. Paul K.ilway. D ,
R I. A N. W. paisenger sta-
ihfnWAIIKal tion at foot of Seventeenth
rlr? AUKft-f atreet. George W. vv. od.
agent. The trains itr uu
buque tnd points north run
Ik Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freepor aid Milwaukee will run
tla Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
A U trains w'll connect at Savanna for points
riutt acd wett
TKAIKS. I WlVC HIV
Dubuque acd tot Paul Pas
Dubuque and &t Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee F-xpress
Kreeport x press
70 ami 11:4.1 am
10-15 ami 11:15 am
4:00 pm 9:15 pm
:0J am: w:n pm
4:'5 pm' 1 1:40 am
All trains d11v exneo -jndaT
jTstate or Anton Joseph Walter, deceased.
Thu unders jroed bavin been appointed sd-nlnUtrt-jr
of the estat of Anton Joserb
Vf tr' la of the county rt Roek Islnnd.
rt of HilnrK deceased hereby give notice
ttre will appear before 'hi ' ounty court
4,1 Kock Is and courtv the county emit
ivhi. In the cUv of Kock I.-dand at the July
ierm. on lb- l:rt M.jrdav In Ju y text, at
Chicb time all peron h .virr el-lrrs agalrst
ald estate re notllled and requeued to at
tend, for the pur,oso of havu-tf -.he same
fed i isi ed
ia rerwu Indebted to said estate are r-C-iviked
to make Unmedlate payment to tre
ated'this J4 h day of May, A. D. 1603
Cmict iC llKl.rBU K Administrator
Iote of Sale of M loirs fUoclr.
The undersigned wl 1 sell at puol'.n auction
fnibe bik'best bidder aw the north Onor of
lb court bouse In the city of Roek N and.
-only nf Kock Island, and slate of Illinois.
at 10 o'clock a m on the 2nd day of August.
, D 190'. 10i shres of th . ispltsl stork of
in PI nrk I Jon Go 11 Miring nd Mi ling com-
i pbt. beld by tb- latter asri.inafrsl e-uriy.
' l.i'h stoe'' w dul. l-u d to M. f hl'ds, it.
I Latcd at K'Ck Island, I L. June 17. li i
) V. M. iiLAWDljrO.
.u. - - ,T'
ACMK PACK KT CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all joiuis l.rtwt-t ii.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at
GKO. LAMONT. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY l'ACKKT (T). For Mis
calinf. New Hostcn. Keithsburg.Oquaw
ka aud I!urlinj:ton
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday. Wednesday aud Friday at 4
The steamer W. J. YOUNG
Everv Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
1 1 a. in.
Arriving in Burlington at 8:15 p. m.
Parties can po to Muscatine on the Helen
UUir at 4 p. ni. Monitav, W'eunesday and Fri
day aud return on the W.J. Young at 1130
p. rn.. same nay
T liave loen nxlng CANC.IBF.TS Tor
Inviar.u. v. uii l:u h 1 have tn-cn naiicteU for
. t-r twenty year, mid I c;in "ay that Cuscart'ts
h-ivi tiven m; mor rc-iif than any other
remedy 1 have ever tried. I shall ecrtainly re
con.n.end them to my Iricndi us txinir nil they
are represented." Tilos. GilXAKU, Litfiu. 11L
V;A BEST FCR
IJ THE DOWELS
Fl-rwuit. PsUtabtn. Pntort. TmM Ooo.l. Tx)
Gni. Ncv r Sicken, V'-akn or Grip.;. JOc, XJc. SOc.
Slrrll.j Crv4 ( amjaty. hlru J.lr-1, w Ivt. 316
fly-I U'UAu gi.t till Jir. Tobacco liublt.
nucMtiKC iol .
IVtltlon to Sell Real Kstate to I'ay Debts
State of IUinols, I
County of Rock Inland, f
In the Circuit Court, July term. A. D. 1903.
OttoGottscb. adminl trator of the estate of
W helm Tblem. deceased, petliloner, vs.
Man Tolen- e. tne unknown heirs or devisees
of Wllbelm Thieme. deceased, the unanown
owner. of outlot number s xty () In section
numbir tblrtj-Uve (3?) towrsblp number
elsbteen f.i ortb range number two (2)
west of tb-; 4th p. m according to the asses
s r splat of A. D 134 of lot. st-b-lotR snd
outlot. In the county if Kock Is nd and
s-ate of Idlnoi-. dsfendsnts Pe Ition for an
order to sb.J real esta'e to pay debts
1o ihe abDve named non-reldent defend
ants th unknown heirs or devisees of Wll-b-lm
Tbleme deoesned the unknown owners
of oUt:ot ntiTbersixt. ('"i0 In section number
thirt-3ve (3?.) townsh'p number eighteen (IK)
North range i.uoibr two (i) wn.uf tbe 4tn
p. rr ac-oidlng to tb assessor's plat of A
o. "" t of lots, ku - lot. and ouilns In the coun
ty of Kock Is and and state of IUInci.
Affidavit of your noa residence and of the
non resid -nce of each r t you bavlcg been
filed In the above entitled eaue In the office
of the un'ersicet cicik of the county court
of tbe county of K.c Island and state of
Illinolt, you are herebT notified that tbe
above na-r-ed petitioner has filed in said
court hi petitlou for an order to sell said real
estate to pay tbe debts of said estate Tbat
a summons has' been Issued la said eauae
against rou. returnsble to tbe July term
A u. U'J. of said court to be begun aid
holden In the eourt bouse In the city of
Kock Island, In said connty. In tbe state of
IlllnuiH. on tbe Urt Monday of July, A.
D, 19"2. t which time and place you will
appearand plead, answer or demur to said
pe ltlon if you see fit
Dated at Rock Island. LUlnola, this Sd day
jl Jane, A. D., 1&02
HURT It. TlrRBARO,
Clck of tbe County Oourt
jwrsirsr & WAiJtiR, Solloitors for Petitioner.
N ATH A P
HOW HANNA'S DATJOKTEE .
. MANAGED HER ROMANCE
Philadelphia dispatch: Miss Mabel
liamiu. daughter of the senator, mar
ried lier father's private secretary.
Harry Parsons, of Cleveland, Mon
day. When a rirl of such very weal
thy parentage chooses an ohscure
youth to he her husband, the fact
implies a romance, and this case is
no exception. Many obstacles stood
in the way of Hit" courtship at first
but sincere affection and patience
have at last overcome them ull.
The I lamia family completely re
signed tlicuisclves to the will. of the
fair and imperious vininj; woman
who has lonf ruled the household.
Mark Hanna grasped at the idea
when Ihe match was first proposed,
lie had never d named that tiny ro
mance was jdiir on under his very
nose. Indeed he fondly supposed that
he had so hede-ed about hi daugh
ter with aristocratic precautious
that no such fatality could have oc
curred. Mabel Hanna planned her own ro
mance and she has manag-ed it to the
t riiiniphaiit conclusion which all
Cleveland is just now talking about.
As one of the liel'es of Washing
ton the senator's daughter had
every social advantage. And the
men that came her way have been
very desirable and eligible from the
averatre trirps standpoint. 15y just
the dropping of her lonjr eyelashes
in assent she mi-tht have been a titled
foreigner's bride. A rich banker
wanted her for a wife and a dis
tinguished statesman offered his hand
anil his fortune. I'.ut these, and
many others, she carelessly passed
by. for none of them appealed to her
One day at a local art exhibition
in Cleveland she saw a picture which
interested her. It was nothing
much, aecordintr to the critics a
river and some lofty mountain peaks
Chicago. June 23. Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
In today's markets:
June, 75: 75: "i: 7.1.
Julv. 72S.7K: 74W: 72 .: 7W
Sept.. 71 ."4.714: "-' .: "I1.: "'-"n
June. r: 66: '.V C-V
Juiv. rtiiiTU: 07!-4: ! 07
Sept., bfc.&.V.i to '.: F.9'
June. 42: 42: 42: 42.
Juiv. 37; 37s: Si'.': 37
June. t.5: 18 2: 1M.25: IS?.'.
July. ISWfcls 10: IS.2V. is no. l2i
Sept., lH.25ttl.3."; l.j; l.5; If.iO
June. 10.SV 10 6"; 10 ir: 10 5
Julv. 10 .in: 10 7i': M.V.: lo lin
Sejit.. 10.0Hftl0.Do. 10 73; 10 80; 10.70
June, lo 00: 10.9.1: 10 90: ln.oo
Julv. lU.Sr.tl'I.Sj: 109": V "2: 10.00
Sept.. I0.7ii I0.W; 10.S2: H.T0; 10.rO.
Receipts todav: Wheat il. corn 221. oats
liV Uogs 3t5.um. cattle 17,:oo, sheep 21.000.
Hoes left over 4.434.
Hogs at Kansas City 4.000. cattle 6.:
hoi; at Omaha 5.H.H). cattle 'O.rix).
tlo rnaricel oix-nea stronger.
Llttit Srt.tK:it7 4.": mixed and butch
ers. 7.W:fc7.iio: good heavy, 7.1ou,7.T7; rough
heavy, it l.ic7..i.
Cattle rnarset openea strong.
Sheep market opened strong.
Union stock yards S:4 a. m.
Hog market ojiened active at 5-llOc higher.
Light. i7.o.Ti't iv: mixea and butchers. 7. n)
(S7 70: good heavy, 17.207.15: rough heavy.
Cattle market opened steady.
Ilecves s.7U44. 15. row.4 and heiters ll.75ffo
5.7.. Texas steers t:i.M-Ji0.40, stockers and
1 eetlers 2 ,."'5..t.
Sheep market opened weak to 0c lower.
Hog market closed steady at advance.
Light. t7.ce-tc7 hit: mixed and butchers. 7. 10
?i7.7o; good heavy, 7 2ii7.5: rough heavy,
Cattle market closed steady lor good, oth
Sheep market closed mostly lir(t.inc lower.
Visible supply of train: Wheal decreased
2.53S.0U1 bushels, corn increased 47u.otO bush
els, oats decreased 31 AV bushels
Estimated receipts TuesJay: Wheat 25
corn 3i., oats 2-'J, hogs ssi.ouo.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, June 13. Following are the
wholesale quotations on tbe local market:
Butter Creamery 22c. dairy I6c
Eggs Fresh 14c.
Live poultry Spring chickens 1150 to 13
per dozen, hens 8c er pound, turkeys loc
ducks Vc. geese c.
Vegetables Potatoes, new 75c.
Cattle Steers H.5J to 6.50. cows and
heiters (2.0)1 to (5.00. calves $- NI to ri.no
Hogs Mixed and butchers K.7. lo 7 25
Sheep Yearlings or over, per cwt. (4 50 to
16 00, Lambs per head (5.00 to 17.00.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn Bsc. oats 45c.
Forage Timothy hay (15. prairie hay
12. clover bay (13. baled prairie 112, baled
timothy (13. oat straw (7.50.
Wood Hard, ier load (4.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel 12c, slack, per
H. J. TOHER. A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
Telephone 407. . .
that made a landscape. Put it pleas
ed Maliel Raima's fancy and the
painter pleased her still more. J-N li
ft mutual friend, who knew of her
reat likiny for the picture, took the
trouble to introduce him. That was
how their acfpiaintanceship bciran.
Xcxt dav the younjr artist received
an invitation to call at the llami.t
mansion. He called iiain. and u
third time, nnd a fourth time. And
ere lonjr l.e had come to know that
t he society belle, apparent ly as far out
of his reach as the stars above, was
the one woman in the world to him.
She found in course of time that she
greatly like:l the "artist whoso visits
she had come to look forward to.
Xot lonjr after that she discovered
that she loved him.
When Mabel Hanna lot him find out
this Important state of her feeling's
he was the happiest man in Cleve
land. Hut both young people knew
verv well that the course of their
true love was nut likely to run all
smooth. Papa 11 a una loomed up in
the distance as the rock on which
their hopes were in danger of being
lashed to pieces-. What could be
done about it? The youiiy- man
wasn't at all afraid, lie would will
ingly have bearded the millionaire
in the hitter's office and asked at
once for the girl's hand. I!ut would
this be the wisest wav?
The girl herself insisted that it
would not. She would have her
lover appointed as her father's priv
ate secretary. I hen he could be al
ways near her and the senator would
have the opjHirtunitv to become bet
ter acquainted with the youth's
good qualities. Then, by and by, the
situation could be explained to the
fa,milv and perhaps 'things could be
more easily managed. That was the
Sfirl's ingenious ide:t and she worked
it out practically even as she had
It was after dinner that same
ii i o"li t when Mark Hanna was silting
reading in his library that his daugh
ter remarked, "O. papa. 1 want you
to do something for me, if you will?"
"Why, of course, dear," he replied,
stroking the fair head that was laid
upon his shoulder.
"There's a young artist whom I
met the other day." she went on
carelessly, "I believe he needs more
money than he has to continue his
art studies. At least, some one said
so. and I was wondering if mhi
couldn't make him your private sec
retary. I'm sure the salary would
help him out."
"Well. well. well, that's a philan
thropic little girl." the senator an
swered. Tell me his mime and I'll
look him up and see what can be
What was done was that Harry
Parsons received the very position
which his sweetheart had schemed
so cleverly to give him.
Ami Mark Hanna up to his eyes in
stocks and Kilitics. was blind to the
game that was being played on him.
Meanwhile the senator came to be
very dependent oiii the secretary,
whom he found in every way a model
and exemplary young man.
Things couldn't liave l't n better
arranged. It came about in the
most natural way that the senator's
secretary saw much of the senator's
daughter. P.ut the courtship couldn't
go on in this way for ever. It lasted
for more than a year, and then one
day it was decided that the final
crisis must be met.
Senator Hanna. iu his private office
with its handsome furnishings,
heard his secretary speak out with
frankness and conclude with a re
quest for Mabel's hand.
Could he have heard aright? Yes,
for the walls were yet re-echoing
with the words which seemed to ring
in his astonished ears.
"I love your daughter, sir." said
young Parsons. "She loves me. May
I have her for my wife?"
The senator only started in re
sponse. Was the boy mad? lie
might easily liave asked for a mil
lion dollars. It would have been
more readily granted.
When Mark Hanna finally managed
to recover his equilibrium he gave
voice to his emotions. All the vials
of his wrath he poured forth on the
devoted suppliant's head. The sec
retary line not been hired to make
love to the employer's daughter, he
The thing was too preposterous
to be considered for an instant.
When at length this stormy inter
view was ended, the clerks saw
young Parsons walk out of the priv
ate office with flushed face and head
That momentous afternoon the
senator went home early. His
daughter was waiting for him. He
didn't have to summon her.
I'.ut his anger had lieen given time
to cool a little, and when the girl
flung her arms about his neck, as
she knew how to do, he couldn't be
as severe as he had meant to be.
She told him what it meant. That
she loved Harry Parsons, and that all
her life would be spoiled if she
couldn't lie his wife.
The senator expostulated, and de
clared that it was utterly impossi
ble. The girl entreated and insisted
that, it should lie arranged. Ami
eventually she won her case, as she
alwaj-s has done with the senator
from babyhood up. She sealed her
victory with a shower of kisses, and
fled to her room to write the good
news to her lover.
The senator went to talk it over
with, his wue.nnd the two agreed
that there was.no way but to make
the best of it. And now that the
wedding has taken place, the family
All the news all tho time The
HOME IMPROVEMENT pfciZES
TO BE COMPETED FOR
1. Host lawn including boulevard
First pritc, loving cup; second prize.
2. Pest tine-covered fence First
prize, nlinoml tlish; second prize,
3. Post porch-garden First prize,
silver purse; second prize, bonbon
4. liest window box First prize,
half dozen teaspoons; second prize,
cold meat fork.
5. Pest display of porch vines
First prize, two napkin rings; second
prize, bonbon spoon.
C. Pest ilower concealed alley
fence First prize, bonbon dish; sec
ond prize, cream ladle.
T. Pest vine-covered shed First
prize, half dozen teaspoons; second
prize, compote spm.-n.
S. P.est vine-covered alley fence
First prize, half dozen teaspoons; sec
ond prize, nlite fork.
0. Pest ilower ornamented boule
vard First prize, half dozen tea
spoons; second prize, pie knife.
10. Iiest general flower lieds
First prize, half dozen . teaspoons;
second prize, salad fork and sardine
11. Pest bed of foliage plants
First prize, half dozen teaspoons;
second prize, almond spoon.
12. P.est display of faunas First
prize, candlestick; second prize, meat
13. Pest kept back yard First
prize, teaspoons; second prize, butter
Virulent Cancer Cnred.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine is given by Drug
gist ti. W. Huberts, of Elizabeth, Vv.
Va. An old man there had long suf
fered with what good doctors pro
nounced incurable cancer. They be
lieved his case hopeless till he . used
Klectric Hitters and applied Puek-
len's Arnica Salve, which treatment
completely cured him. When Klec
tric Hitters arc used to expel bilious,
kidney and microbe poisons at the
same time this salve exerts its
matchless healing power, blood dis
eases, skin eruptions, ulcers ana
sores vanish. P.itters 50c. Salve C3c,
at Hartz : I'llemeyer.
Leads Tlienl All.
"One Minute Cough Cure beats all
other medicines 1 ever tried for
coughs, colds, croup and throat and
lung troubles." says 1). Scott Currin
of Hoganton, Pa. One Minute Cough
Cure is the only absolutely safe
cough remedy which acts immediate
ly. Mothers everywhere testify to
the good it has done their little ones.
Croup is so sudden in its attacks that
the doctor often arrives too late. It
yields at once to One Minute Cough
Cure. Pleasant to take. Children
like it. Sure cure for grip, bron
'For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A grocer's order look. Finder leave
at this onlce and be rewarded.
LOST An Argus collector's subscription
book l-'indt r please return to Argus office
and be rewarded.
LOST A lady's Mexican silver coin brace
let. Finder will be suitably rewarded up
on returning It to The Argiis office.
LOST On bridge line car. a shce string
stioppiuq bag containing purse of (20. Lib
eral reAvard will be paid tor its return to
LOST Somewhere near or about the Penn
Tank Line company's vards. a red-covered
pocketbonk containing a sum of monev
and check on the Hock Island National
bank. Eiuder leave at the Argus office
and receive a liberal reward.
M I SC KLI.AN KOCS.
PRIVATE TfTORINO Instructions given
in German. French and Latin. Mary Ehr
horn. 1100 Twentieth street.
LADIES Td learn hainlressing. manicuring
and facial massage. A :!5 course free.
Write today. Moicr College. Chicago, 111.
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 83-35, Mitchell A Lynde building.
TORNADO INSUKANCK-Rates lor city
property 20 cents per 1 100 one year, 40 cents
per (loll "three vears. Ho cents i-r emotive
vears. Call or address C. R. Chambcrlin
Agent. Mitchell A Lvnde building.
J. P. WILLIAMSON burs, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J.P.Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4RS4.
IF YOU WANT to biyr. sell, trade or rent
anything, engape hclpor secure a situation
the Mail Is the one paper inMoiine that can
do It tor vou. Mail wants are popular aud
Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word Is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Saturday Mail. Moline, 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 tree letters
of information and bulletin of daily papxrs
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord A Carver. Kaclne. Wis.
MANAGER WANTED Oftlce manager to
sell, collect and advertise in every county
seat la Missouri. Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky, Arkansas aud Texas: salary ?.i0
monthly, commission and expenses e'xtra:
yearly contract: permanently located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassing: t-A
cash security required: siugle man pre
ferred; personal interview desired: if you
want our iiroiiosilion by mail Inclose 2.1
cents to cover expenses, 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 A Co.,
1714M Second avenue.
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Denton, 124
West Third street. Davenport. MrCul
lough block. Rooms 51 and 52. Cure
chronic and nervous diseases permanent
ly with lew treatments. A relereuces
Hours 1 to 6, and 72Q to 9 p. m.
WANTED MALE HELP
W ANTED Bell boys at the Harper.
WANTED A good strong boy at Maths
confectionery to learn trade.
WANTED Two good salesmen for a winner.
Call for E. ti. Gattys, Commercial house.
WANTED Good heavv teams to haul grav
el. Wages (4 a day. Inquire at the Oil
WANTED-Laborers. Applv at once to the
Union Electric Telephone &. Telegraph
company. Room 42, Mitchell A Lynde build
ing. WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salarv. Address Quaker
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED -Five young men Irom Rock Is
land countv at once to prepare tor posi
tions In the government service. Apply to
Inter-State Corres. Inst., Cedar Rapids. Ia
WANTED A reliable man ot good address.
ouev. no has had experience iu seiung in
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian River Commercial company,
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making specialty to tne grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company. Decatur,
111. None but tirst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED Men lor salesmen. Local or
traveling. We employ on both salary ana
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will yield good income. Oursaltsmen
make from $10 a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. G. Chase Co.,
Geneva. N. Y.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Eight weeks prepares lor $15 position.
Tools given each student. Wages and ex
perience in shops Saturdays. Positions
guarante'd. Diplomas granted. Particu
lars mailed tree Moltr Barber College,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED - A girl for general housework at
501 Filth street.
WANTED-Glrl for general housework at
:2y Sixteenth street.
WANTED Cook in small family. Mrs. C. W.
Durham, Wit) First avenue..
WANTED - Two dishwashers at Wright's
restaurant. 1923 Second avenue.
WANTED-A competent pirl for general
housework at 217 Fifteenth street.
WANTED-ConijK'tent girl tor general
housework at 1026 Twentieth street.
WANTED Girl at
A. Mosenfelder's. Sufi
Very highest wages
WANTED A competent girl lor general
housework. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Potter,
72I Seventeenth street.-
WANTED A young or middle aged woman
to go into country as housekeejier in familv
ot three. Good liome tor right party. Ad
dress W. S. McCartney. Orion. 111.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED Board and room by couple with
two cnildren aged three and six years.
Address with price "P. 19" care of Argus.
W A N T E D POSITI ONS.
WANTED - Position as cook by reliable
woman. Can give good references. Ad
dress "II. A.. 2." Argus.
WANTED -A position as housekeeper for a
w idower or gentleman by a resiiectable.
coinjietent. neat, miduleaced wonian. Will
sleep at home. Address II. L., General
Delivery. 4ork Island. 111.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
if you sell Stark trees. Louisiana, Mo.;
Danvi!' ", N. Y.
WANTED Boarders and roomers. Loca
tion verv central and pood table board at
reasonable prices at H00H Third avenue.
WANTED To buy tor rash, a live to 7-room
house in good condition between Ninth
and Twentv-second streets. State lowest
prices Address "Purchaser," care Argus.
WANTED An established wholesale house,
recently incorporated, extending business,
desires'to engage competent manager lor
branch house. Salary (ton per month, ex-
f lenses aud commission. Must invest (1.000
n capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
FOR RENT ROOMS,
FOR RENT Furnished room with all mod
ern conveniences at 7;9 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished front room fn cen
tral location. Inquire at 1119 Third ave
nue. FOR RENT Large front room furnished.
Steam heat, gas and bath. 1701 Filth ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, also sleeping rooms at 1403
FOR RENT Two ricelv furuished rooms
w th bath room at icon First avenue. In
quire at 1116 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences. Also tirst-class table
board at 1229 Second avenue. Phone 13V9.
FOR RENT Suite of unfurnished or fu
nished rooms with bath, furnace and a
modern conveniences. One block froi
street cars Call at siSTw entv-ninth streelJ
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or with
out lioard- All modern conveniences,
rooms newly furnished, on car line and
cood location. Mrs. E. L. Block, 2327
FOU RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Flats over Tremann's meat
market. 170H4 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Modern 8-room house, pleas
antly situated, at 718 Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT-Modern 7-room house, I41H
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire of H.
Slemon, 1431 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT An eight-room flat on Fourth
avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets, with all modern conveniences
FOR RENT On Third a.venue, modern
house of eight rooms, to small faintly.
Rent (18. Apply at 1 110 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Boarding house with modern
improvements and steam beat. Fourth
avenue and Twenty-third street. Inquire
of M. J. Murphy.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR SALE Seven arres of ground with
small house and barn in south Heights.
For particulars call at No 909Seventenenth
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marion E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 83-35, Mitchell A Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property for
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
WANTED To loan money on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical In
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the nsual
store prices. All business transactions
strictlv confidential. His new number and
location. 1623 Second avenue. Don't forget
It- Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office:
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Is Your Money
Ladies'1 kid, button shoes, welts
and turn solos, juit half the
original price. 1.50
Hoys'' all solid satin calf ijuiltos
Men's all solid, work shoes in
lace or congress $1.00
1 lot men's vc-lour oxfords,
double stitched, well sole, reg
ular price 3."0 to close. $2.50
The Leader Shoe Store
Opposite t lie Harper House.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Foil r-and-one-third acres ot
land for sale inSouthHeights at a bargain.
FOU SAL?: A new mojern dwellinir on
Twentv-t bird street, cheap. For particu
lars see Reidv Bros.
FOR SALE -Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For term inquire of R S Dart, Jackson A
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE A cigar stand and pool hall a
5."4 Seventeenth street having a well estab
lished cigar and news trade. Sickness th.
reason tor selling. Apply at once at above
FOR SALE A tine building lot. JOxlO'i te.-t
on Fourteenth-and-a-halt street, between
Tenth and Eleventh avenues. Will be sold
cheap lor cash it taken soon. Address
"F 20." Argus.
FOR SALE A seven r."oui. two-story frame
house, with good cellar and barn! sewer
and water connections. Lot t50xl:.'0 feet. In
ijuire on the premises, 4:iS Forty-fourth
street, north ot Filth avenue.
FOR SALE Lots In Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x12? feet with 2u-foot allev
and nine feet of good rich soil lying on
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
pure water can lie had at a small expense
bv drilling 3o feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Klin
trees set 20 feet apart alone the curb. Tf
you are interested in a cheap building lot,
the price and terms that these lots are ot
tered tor will suit you. Call or address S.
J. Woodin. H22 First avenue.
FOR SALE Choice bargains in building
lots, cottages and houses, lor sale in all
parts of the city : houses rented: rents col
lected: money to loan on real estate se
curity at current rates: lire and tornado
insurance written in oldest and most re
liable companies: we also have some good
real estate investments netting s. 9 and in
percent: list your property with us. we
can sell it: telephone 4573: we are in our
office every Saturday evening the Tear
around. If you want to buv or sell proper
t3" you will save time and'nioiiey by com
ing" direct to our office, over People's Na
tional Bank. Goldsmith A McKee.
FOR SALE Lots. I will sell what Is re
maining ot the beautiful residence lots lo
cated oh Sixth avenue between Twentv -eighth
and Thirtieth streets at(550aiid
l.xl per lot. These lots are the cheapest in
the city. All are connected with city wat
er and swer and have shade trees, within
one block of Seventh avenue car line and
two blocks of reil and blue lines. It is
generally conceded that the Kock Island
railway will again occupy the yards which
they abandoned, which will have the etfec
ot enhancing the price of these lots at least
50 per cent, making this an opjiortune time
toiiuythe few remaining lots above de
scribed. For further information call on
E.J. Burns, room II. Mitchell A Lynde
FDR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FiJ SALE A top buggy and surrey at 2S20
FOR SALE A mantle folding bed cheap.
Inquire at 1724 Second avenue, third tloor
FOR SALE Horse, run-about and harness
: cheap. Inquire at 2514 Fifth-and-half ave
nue. R SALE Or exchange, furniture ot all
" kinds for horses, wagons, buggies or har
ness. 423 West Second street. Davenport.
FOR SALE A steam engine. Atlas I4x2u.
In good runnine order, used tour years.
Price (100 oo. The U. N. Roberts company,
FOR SALE A handsome saddle mare, single
looter, and so gentle that a boy or lad v
can ride her .1. L. Iforton, Coal Valley
Mining company's office.
FOR SALE Private sale of new household
furniture, irou beds, side board, dresser,
couch, range, etc Everything tor house
keeping cheap Call at KiRii Third ave
nue, afternoons and evenings.
FOR SALE A 45-gallon milk route, includ
ing horses, wagons, etc.. with thell3-acre
dairy farm located in South Rock Island
which owrier wishes to rent to the buyer.
For further particulars address "S.
FOR SALE Machinery. One 15-horse up
right steam engine, one 10 horse upright
steam engine in tirst-class running order,
25-horse steam engine and two 20-horse one
lortal)le tire Ikix boilers. 2, 3 and 5-horse
gasoline engtnes Applv at 319-321 Nine
teenth street. Moline Seal and Stamp
Works. Moline. 111.
MISS DEXTON has consented to give palm
istry readings at her rooms. 151-132 McCul
ough building, Davenport, lor the carnival
MADAM HOWARD, queen of mind readers,
gives full lite readings for 26 cents. Tells
past, present and future. Don't fall to
call on this gifted medium and you will de
part fully convinced that there is at last
one reliable medium now in your midst.
1006 Second avenue. Rock Island.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells vou the past, present and future
correctiv." Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
alfairs. sickness, death, accidents and
everthing ot interest. One call will prove x
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
Jto 10 p. m. 705 Fourth avenue.
CLEO The renowned clairvoyant and palm
ist ot manv ears' experience, will be here
for a short time only. She gives names,
date of birth, and past, present and future
truthfully told. She read tor Admiral
Dewev. President McKinley and others of
note. " Palm readine 25 cents, clairvoyant
50 cents No money" taken if not satis'tied,
803 Second avenue.