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TIIE ABGTJS, TIIimSDAY, JUNE 2o
Correct in Style
Perfect in Fit
Right in Price.
Let Us Show Vou.
George F. Schmale, Proprietor.
t . m t,tl iL
I In and
Our lale invention, called the double suction for plates
that have proved worthless on account of loose lifting.
You can have them applied to your old plates if they
are not daniafre 1 or broken. Come and see for your
self. Yon may leave your old plate in the moriiiiifj and
have our late patent, the double Miction, placed in it and
ret it the same day. Expert crown and bridge work
done. Fine pold. silver snd platinum fillings; also pain
less extraction without the use of cocaini . Examina
tion free. Office hours 8 to 12 ami 1 to 6. Evenings till
! ::;). Sundays 'J:?,0 to 12. People holding coupons should
come in before the CO days expire.
ECONOMY DENTAL PARLORS
THE TRATKLERS OCIUK-
CHICAOT. R CK ISLAND
Pmclflo Bl' w Tlckeu
can be purchsseil Cltj
T-ckei office. 1811 Second c
nue. or U, B. L JcP. depot
corner FMib treoue and Thir
Frank H Humier, Utent.
EAST. I WEST
t 3:45 am 2:f am
t i:3J il 10:SO pne
Denver Limited & Ornsba-..
Ft. Worth, Denver A K C
Ineniort A Chicago
JOmaba & Minneapolis ..
'oloradi & Omaha ,
Drt Uoicei & Omaha
rcw. Lincoln A Omaba.
Des Molnea Express...
St Pul A lines-polls
D-nver. F. Worth A K f
Kansas City. Rt Joe Calif.
Rock Island Washington
CblcaKO A DesMoli eo
Rock Island A Brooklyn AC
t.'rraba A Hock Island....
F.l Paso A San Francisco..
t o:.io am :w pm
t ":M1 ax t 7.00 pm
18:45 am XC am
l:A pm t :1 pm
12:S am t 0:25 am
A. to am T :v am
9 if. nm 6 hi anc
3:40 mt( 2-S pm
4:34 It tlO 30 pro
11:10 pm t :30 am
1:C5 pal t 3:25 pm
t 2:'5 pm i 3:20 pm
f.:35 Dm t 7:40 am
h:-b pm 0 5 am
fi'O pm l?:f pm
ArrTal. tPeasrture. :DaUy. except Sun
day. tDlly. excep Saturiy. Ali others
daily 1 elcphone h3 nd Mil
g. .-,.- CHICAGO. BURLINGTON &
f;-wr-f, Qulnry j.. tt t Q Kal.-
X!i 'l!jli'4'''!!l way Depot Second avenue
VfXjf-''! and Twentieth street.
fc' 4ifiriU 3 M J vuHnu. irert
y-avVi1-'g FRANK A. HART. Pass. Agt.
ISA V ARB! n
6 10 am ; 4:35 am
t6.i0 am 1 tfl 35 am
-Z2b pm -12:11 pm
s7i!5 pm 7:10 pm
t7:23 pm t7:0 pm
16:20 am td:20 pm
s7 43 pm 9 25 am
7 CO am 7:00 rm
Ht 00 am 7Ji pm
fc u. Luu, sorlr.grJt Id
i.slesburg. Peons and
Sterling Mendota and
Peoria, Beardstown. Bur-
l'nirtoo, Denver and
Bt. Louis. Kansas City.
Oenrer and Pacific
Sterling and points In'
Rant Moilne (suburban) ..
Dubuque, cilntoa. Lai
VroH, P t Paul, Minn
and N. W !
CM n ton. Dubuque, andi
Clinton and Intermediate!
s stop at l- ork Island 5 minutes for meals
Dally. tDailv except Sunuaj.
ROCK ISLAND A PEORIA
and Twentieth street. Main
S ruRlAliie trains leave C, R. I. A P.
Moline avenue depot ten min-
&Kvyty te erlir than time Rlren.
V5 K. L. Oorr. Afceit.
tKAY B. I ABRITB
Poor I a. &prlnfrfield. &t L.
Peoria. Sprtnirfleld. Indian
in?ton. St Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis. Cin
Cable A sherrard scoom.
Cm-ila A Bberra'd Acorn.
9 43 pi
ft '38 am
B 45 am
Trana marked are dally. AU others daily
R. I. A N. W. pawenver sta
A rr t ir-i tion at fot of Seventeenth
! 7C ,,l "vreet. Oeore W. W.od.
fSTfxal I suent. The trains for Du-
'Sjf, buque and points north run
-T via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freepor acd Milwaukee wlil run
Via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna
All trains will connect at bavaonafor poinu
east and west.
TRAINS. I LkAVB ABRlTt
Dubuque and bt- Paul Pas
senger A eeommndatlon
Dubuque and bt. Paul Pa
enicer Milwaukee Express
K ree port xprems
10 15 am
4:00 pm, B-15 pm
7:00 am pm
4:'5 nm' 11:40 am
All trains dadvexeeD Hunday
Fstate of Anton Joseth Walters, deceased.
The unders'frned bavine been appointed sd
mlcittrator of the estate of Anton Joseph
WJier-, late of tbe county rf Kock Island.
Mate of Illinois, deceased hereby lve notice
that be will appear before bt county court
of Rock Is acd countv at ibe county ccuit
room, is the cttr of Rook Island at the July
term, on tb first Mordv in Ju y next, at
h.nh ilnrn all ncrioiia hvloc cl las acalrst
said estate re not Hied and requested to at
tend, for tbe purpose oi navies; tne same
U persona Indebted to said estate are rc
CiMtcd to make Immediate payment to re
Dated this S4'.h day of May, A. D 1902
Gbobub K. HBi.rBtcK Administrator
Not'ee of Sale of M Inloc Stock-.
Tbe undemlifBed wl 1 sell st publ'o auction
to the biKbest bidder at tbe north (3 "or of
I he court h"ue In tbe city of Rock I and
cinini; of Rock Island, and state of Illinois,
at 10 o'clock a m on the rnd day of AUKUst.
jk D 100'. 101 shares of th capital stock of
the Plack Lion Gold Mlnlne and Mi line com
pany, held by the latter asoollatersl seeurt'y,
which stock was duly issutd to M. Cbllcis, Jr.
Dated at Keck Island. II. June 17. luOi
V. M. BLA0DII6.
A ill ifi t 4
CME PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all ihqi m-twrrn. ...
Steamer t-n ur mi.xj.a
Every afternoon at 3:15.
' GEO. LA MO XT. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET ("O. For Mus
caline. New Boston. Kcilhsburj,r.Oiuaw
ka and Hurlinion
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 4
The steamer W. J. YOUNG
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
ll:3fi a. m.
Arriving In Burlington at 8:15 p. m.
Parties can go to Muscatine on the Helen
Blair at 4 p. m. Monday. Wednesday and Fri
day and return on the W. J. Young at ll:3u
p. in., same day
BEST FOB THE
Tf yon bsven't s reyalsr. hesltby movement of tho
bowels every day, you're ill or will bo. Kerp your
roircU open. sii1 bt well. Force, in tho shspo of
violent phytic or pill poison, is dnseron. Tho
smoothest, easif-st, most r-erfect way of keepiog
tbe biveli clear and clean Is to take
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Plnf. PulstMile. potent, Tle flood. Do
Q"od. Never Sicken. Weaken orGnpe; 10, IS and
SO cents prrWi. Write for free saaiple, and book
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago Br New Yot..
KEEP YOUR BLOGD CLEAN
MUCH LI K l IU
Petition to Hell Real Estate to Pay Debts
State of Illinois, (
County of Rock Island. I
Io tbe Circuit Court, July term, A. D. 1902.
Otto Uottsch. ad mini trator of tbe estate of
Wl helm Tbleme, deceased, petitioner, vs.
Marl ThlATe. toe unknown heirs or devisees
of VVUhelm Tbieme. deceased. he unknown
owner of outlot number zty ("') In seetl-jn
i.umber tbirty-tlve (3S) towtsblp number
eishteen (1H - or'.h raoire number two (2)
west of the 4th p. m ac ordins; to tbe asses
s r's plat of A. D 1M of low. sub-lots and
outlots in the county f Rook Isand and
s ate of Iillnul . defeadants I'e lttun for an
order to sil real rata e to pay debts
1o the above aamed non-retldent defend
nt, the unknown heirs or devisees of WU-h-lm
Tbteme deceased be unknown owners
of eutlo nunr ber sixt P.0 In section number
ihirtv-3ve (35) townsntp number eighteen (IS)
North ranse c-unibi r two H wes of tbe 4tn
p. m aceordlnK to tbe ssenr's plat of A
u. imi of Io'h nui lot and outl-tts in tbe coun
ty of Rock Is and and stare of IUincis.
Affidavit of your non resldcnon acd of tbe
son residence of each rf you having been
Bled in the above entitled eau-e in tbe omce
of tbe unCeralirnel clerk of the county court
of tbe county of kvc Island and state of
LillnoU, you are hereby notified tnat the
above na'v-ed petitioner has filed In aald
court bit petition for an order to sell said real
estate to pay the debts of as id estate That
a summons baa been Issued In sld eauae
against you.- returnable to the July term
A i , 1902, of said court, to be begun ai.d
hnlden la tbe court bouse In the city of
Rock Island, In said coonty. In the state of
Ullnvl. on tbe first Monday of July, A.
D lfett. at wbich time and place you will
appearand plead, answer or demur to said
pe ltlon If you see fit
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Sd day
of June, A. IX, 19fci
HkSRv- B. HrnBm.
Cl"' Of the County Court.
Svmiit A TJr, SUoltors for Petl-lloner.
WrWT 1TTTT lllllllll
Bns . , jr bsk mm
Port Uvron, June 26. Jesse Max
well, vh is 85 yearn of ape, ha been
taken down with chills am! fever.
Mrs. Fred Itosworth, of Davenport,
i.s the ff nest of .Mrs. Fanny Fleniniiii.
.Mrs. Kdmonds has sold her resi
dence to Carrie Me(iovern. the con
sideration heinfj $C00.
Luc-inn Shreve has obtained a
sition in Miehiian City, Indiana.1
K. J. Delano und his mother have
left to visit relatives hi Sionx City,
Iowa, to be jone until August.
Frank Putnam has rented the resi
dence owned by JCathbtiru heirs and
has taken possession.
Miss Lulu limner came home from
Chicago Wednesday evening.
A game of base ball was plavcd at
the ball park between (Justus llusi
ness college, Moline, and Port Py
ron Saturday. The score was 15 to
10 in favor of Port P.vron.
Mr. and Mrs. William Oitman. of
Hampton bluff. mourn the loss of
their infant child, two months old.
I'he fiint nil was held Friday from
the (lernian Lutheran church.
II. K. Wade has completed putting
i new tin roof on K. IJogers :
Tups lay last, l.eile Aldridge, Mary
I'rent. Lillian Crompton, Kdnu Ly-
ford, P.essie Pearsall and Chester
Coolev droe to Krie to nlteml the
Kpworth lcagut? convention at that
Chicago, June 20. Following are the oper-
lng. highest, lowest and dosing quotations
In today's markets:
June, Tl'i: 71: 74V; 74i
Julv. 7:tH"rT3,: T.: 73: n4
Ssept.. 71 ,a71tf; 7S 1 71 S; 72',
June. feMi: ',: Or",: f'..
Julv. td('': 0t: 67M" t",
Sept., 600.00',; CO1,: 6tT;oU'i
June. 4SH: ft: ft: V-H.
July, lts'4; 4: : M1,
Sept.. 3 30!: 2s; 3ti".
June, is.30; 18 SO: 18 30: is.no.
July. IH. IS: IS.30: IS 13 1 Ait.
Sept., I.473IS.0; IS 57; IM 37; IS 55
June, 10.57: 10 57; 10 57: 10 57.
Julv. 0.7I0 55- let 10 5: 10 57
Sept.. lO-'ioQIO 65; 10.66; 10 55; 10.60.
June, 10 75: io.?5: 10.7:; 10.75.
Julv. 106.: 10.75: lor"- 1075
Sept.. M 57; 10.67; 10 57: 10.05
Receipts todav: Wheat IB. corn 177. oats
6. Hogs .TJ.IJUI. cattle 6.500, sheep I2,0u0.
Hoes left over liM:.
lion market opened 5c lower.
i.itjht 7.t tZ,7 so: mixed and butch
ers. r7.ira7.70: pood heavy, 7.2u3,7.K-; rough
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steaoy.
Union stork yards H io a. m.
Hog market opened slow and weak to 10c
i.iht. M.Sftft.7.45: mixed and butchers. S7.10
a'u: good Lcavy. t;.2u&7 .85; rouh heavy.
:attle market opened lor best slow and
tetdv tor othern.
B.-efes 4 7.V?8 35, cows and Belters si.7Tr
5: Texas steers f3.5o41d.40, blockers and
Sheep market opened slow ana weax.
Hoe market closed active and steady.
I.ieht. S6 0.va7. 45: mixed and butchers. 17.10
7.t: eood heavy. t7.-JCii7.Bo; rough heavy.
Cattle market closed stronger.
Sheep market closed dull and weak.
Estimated receipts Friday: Wheat SO.
corn no. oats ll. bogs 35.000.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. June 28. About the only
changes during the week on the local mar
ket have been In small fruit, and the prices
have varied so much that accurate quota
tions are impossible. There Is a good crop
ot black raspberries, but prices are high.
Currants and gooseberries are the other
staple trutts coming to market from this
vicinity. 1'itatoes are on a rapia aeenne.
Butter Creamery 22c, dairy 16c
Eggs Fresh He.
Live poultry -Spring chickens I.50to3
per dozen, hens 8c per pound, turkeys 10c
ducks wc. geese 9c.
Vegetables Potatoes, new 60c.
Cattle Steers M.5) to 6 50. cows and
betters i2.no to 16.00. calves t6.50 to tW.no.
HopMixed and butchers o.7a to s7 35
Sheep Yearlings or over, per cwt. M60to
fd 00, Lambs per bead 15.00 to 7.00.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn ffc, oats 45c.
Forage Timothy hav I5, prairie hay
112. clover hay 13. baled prairie 113, baled
timotby-l3. oat straw 17.50.
Wood Hard, per load ft. 50.
Coal-Lump, per bushel 12c, slack, ptr
H. J. TOHEB.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main it
Gennlne stamped C C C Never sold la balk,
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell -"something
just as good."
i In aVasytrts
place which wan held Tuesday and
The way the farmers are market
innf their onts they must be expecting
u bountiful crop the coming- year.
The gasoline engines of both eleva
tors were kept running Monday.
A special train will convey the
Swedish Similar school children of
the Lutheran church of Moline to
Woodward's grove near Port Uyron
for a picnic .Inly Sth.
Friday last the board of trustees
held their annual meeting at the
Port Myron academy. A. 11. Wendt
resigned. Kcv. XV. M. Shaw was a-
pointed secretary and Kevs. Shaw and
Mrown trustees. Miss Wood, Miss
1'iiwe and Miss Maxwell were re
engaged for their several depart
ments, and the new principal. Prof
(i. H. Ilretwall, of Chicago univer
sity, who comes highly recommend
ed, i.s expected to arrive about July
1. It has been decided that a com-
mericial department be added to n
full training in mathematics. lan
guage, science and literature and
that a teacher be appointed for that
special department. On the whole
the board was well pleased wTth the
present, and future prospects of the
co k nor a.
Cordova. .lime -. Miss Mcssic
Cooper made a short visit with
friends here on her way home from
John Mcdetry, of Chicago, is send-
ing a few days with friends here.
Mrs. P. S. Cool returned from Chi
cago Sat unlay.
Mrs. IJose Monier returned from
the hospital in Mock Island Thurs
day. She i.s still in a very weak con
dition, but her doctors are encour
aged by the results of the operation
Dan Kinn. of Clinton, was in town
on business Friday.
Miss Ora Spoor has returned from
I)e Kalb after closing her school
Mrs. Tiidloch. of Sioux City, is vis
iting friends here.
William Cool and family, of Chica
go, have moved here and taken up a
residence in the Storkwcll house.
Miss Melle Vandeburgh is visiting
relatives in Mock Island this week.
Mrs. Harris, of Clinton, is tisiting
with Mrs. Purdy.
The children's day exercises were
given before a very large audience
C. A. Williamson was stricken with
a second stroke of paralysis Satur
day, lie is now in a very critical
The work of remodeling the Map
tist church will begin next week.
Mrs. K. II. IJuick and children, of
Fulton, were visiting here Sunday.
Miss Nora Marshall returned home
from Ceneseo Saturday, where she
has been attending school.
Mrs. William Whiteside is tisiting
her daughter, Mrs. William Harris,
Miss Maud Key nobis is visiting re
Mrs. Luther Forsythe came down
from Savanna for a few days visit
Mrs. Penry and son. Willard, of
Hock Island, were visiting at W. Mat
thews last Thursday.
The ball game played at Durant's
park Saturday between .uma and
Cordova resulted in the defeat of the
June (i. Miss
Workman closed a successful term of
school at No. t Monday. X splendid
program was carried out and ice
cream and cake were served to the
pupils and visitors.
Supt. Ferguson was down from
Mock Island Tuesday evening to at
tend the commencement exercises.
Mrs. Frank Mrogun and little daugh
ters are expected from Iowa City this
week for a visit at the home of Al
and Mr. .1. II. Foster.
Willard Warman ami bride came
ifowiitto the lmiiie of the former's
parent. Mr. and Mrs. Knoch Warman,
Friday morning and a reception was
tendered them. Mr. and Mrs. Warman
were married at Carbon Cliff. The
groom is a graduate of the Muscatine
high school. Hn has spent most of his
t ime in Chicago and is now in the in
surance business. Mr. Warman and
bride have gone east for a rip and
expect to locate either in Chicago or
(lalesburg in September.
Memliers of the Maptist congrega
tion were treateil to a fine sermon
Sunday morning delivered by Met. 11.
M. ('reaves of the First Maptist
church f Muscatine. Mev. ( reaves
and Mev. Flanders were chums at col
lege and had not met for nine years
until the past year when they receiv
ed calls to pastorales near each
other. Mev. Flanders took Mev.
lireaves' place Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Filo McNall, of Kan
sas, are here visiting relatives.
Mis Messie (iillett anil brother,
Moy. speiwt a couple of days at Aledo
last -week and took in the Woodman
The Woodmen gave a social at their
place of meeting last Saturday night.
Joslin. June 26. Frank Crompton
had business iit Port Hyron Saturday.
There will be a picnic and ball
game on the Joslin fair grounds the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cox and Mrs. I-s-lie,
of Port Byron, Sundayed at CI.
Many of the young people attend
ed the bowery dance at Barstotv Sat
urdav eve ii in e.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hanna and
Frank Joslin spent Saturday and
Sunday near Cordova with relatives.
"Mr. im7 Mrs Williiim Villnrt lmvo
been visiting a few days with John
rank ami family.
The pleasant weather of last week
ve tne larniers a sulendiu oppor
nitv to work- tli!i ,itMi
Word was received at Joslin of the
ath of Mrs. Klebe. near Marstow,
Miss Anna Schwennecker is at
ime atraiu. after spending a collide
months with friends and relatives
Luther Mrown. from the Water
iwn hospital, accompanied by one
the attendants, visited Saturday
th his brother and sisters at Os-
South Heights. June 20. Mrs. J. I
Kruse and Miss Lizzie Hamijierick
are in Chicago for a two weeks'
II. K. Walker and familv visited
over Similar with relatives near Coal
About 40 of the ladv friends of
Mrs. I). J. Kennedy called at her
home Saturdar afternoon and had a
house-warming. They came provided
with good things and served a fine
Joseph Mnrgess, of Fulton, was
.Mrs. .lane llanna. or v olona, vis
ited Wednesdar with her sister. Mr
Miss Annie Winters, of Hampton,
is visiting her cousin. Miss Mollic
Miss Olga Wcise celebrated her
birthdar Similar afternoon liv havintr
i party at her home on Mightecnth
i;i-m i,i. !. -i' ir vj, ,.:, i,,.
taken a position in II. Syilnor's
store. Mr. Smith formerly conducted
a store at Albany.
John 11. ( i I more is luilliiir :i iii-w
porch on the front of his residi nee.
Walker v llonens are iloinj; the work.
Clarence llaru. of I'reempt ton.
was here on business Tuesdar.
Archie Kinner and familv. of
l.rlji til,, lit... 1,, T'i- i f- ,,,Lw
A son of Oscar Present t caught a
tish in Moek river Monday Ihat lip
lied the scales at .VI Hounds. If vou
want to catch big fish, spit on the
oaii. so savs an oki nsiierman.
ri.. ....,,.,;.,,r (-.,.....,.. .,1,1.. !,...
been busv for several davs plowinir
and planting their late crop of
sweet corn. The early crop of corn
will be about rea.lr to use by the
time they tint -li up their immense
pea crop. The rye crop is ready for
tl... .i,,l ,,11l..ll ..f t v,-Ml 1,. ,,nt
this week, which is unusually early
for this latitude. I he wet weather
has caused some damage to the crop.
Tli. l 1-' I'lnii'fli will :i lir,1o-
fore, have a refreshment stand at
he Oramremen s nicnic at Littles
rrove in Howling t ow nship, ,J uly 12.
Allen. M vers Co.. of Muck Island.
are putting in a hot water heating
lant for I. d. Mmggold. .Mr. King-
gold has made extensive improve
ments on his residence and the heat-
ng arrangement will make it com
M. XV. Wilson, who has for a long
ime been in the employ of (i. M.
vdnor as head clerk, has taken a
position with Hess Hrothers in Mock
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 15. Hartel left Moil
ay for Denver. They will be gone
r about three weeks.
The heavv rain earlr Wednesdar
morning again inundated the low-
inds along Mock river.
Mr. (ieorge, government inspector
f rural free delivery mail routes,
.as here Monday and with Postmas
er M. K. Little went over the pro
Kised route to Andalusia. It also
akes in part of Kdgington and
Ladles Cn Wear She ,
one size smaller alter using Allen s
Foot-Kase, a powder to be shaken in
to the shoes. It makes tight or new
shoes feel easy; gives instant relief
to corns and bunions. It's the great
est comfort discovery of the age.
Cures and prevents swollen feet,
blisters, callus and sore spots. Al-
en's Foot-Ease is a certain cure for
sweating, hot, aching feet. At all
druggists and shoe . stores. Trial
package free by mail. Address, Allen
S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, X. Y.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST -A erocer's order book. Finder leave
at tnis omce and be rewariiea.
LOST A bunch of keys. Return to. or ad
vise, M. i. Soiuey at tne l'coria ueiot, and
LOST An Argus coll-ctor's subscription
Door, rinarr incase return to .Argus omce
and be rewarded.
LOST Three go'd rin;s in Cliamey's res
taurant. Davenport, under return to Ar
gus office and be rewarded.
LOST A pair ot silver bowed spectacles In
case wnn j. ttamser s name on outsiae.
Kinder leave at Argus omce and be re
warded. MONKY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon K. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms Mitchell A Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind or securitT. aiko cnoice property ior
sale or rent. Vv. L. Coyne, 430 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED-To loan money on diamonds.
watcnes. jewelry, nam ware, musical in
struments, bicycles, crothine, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for secc-id hand goods of all kinds also.
The above Roods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strlctl confidential. His new number and
location; l5S3 Secoud avenue. Don't forftet
It- Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
I DON'T GET LEFT BEHIND.
liv not kecninir ronr eves oten i
THE LEADER, Opposite Harper House. X
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Bell boys at the Uarper.
WANTED Dru? clerk with three or four
years' experience. C W. Pool, Moline.
WANTED A pood, reliable oil salesman, on
comniissiou or saiarv. Address vjuaier
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED -Five voung men from Rock Is
land countv at once to prepare for posi
tions in the" poverument service. Apply to
inter-state Lorres. lnst., ueuar Kaunas, ta
WANTED A reliable man ot good address.
oue who nas had experience in beinne in
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian River Commercial company.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money mating specialty to tne grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing comnanv. . Decatur.
III. None but hrst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED Men tor salesmen. Local or
traveling. W e employ on both salary and
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will yield good im:ome. Our sal smeu
make from $lo a month up and expenses.
For particulars write, The It. G. Chase Co.,
Geneva. Nr V.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Eight weeks prepares tor 15 position.
Tools given each student. Wages and ex
perience in shops Saturdays. Positions
guaranteed. Hin'omas granted. Particu
lars mailed free Moltr Barber College.
WANTED FKMALE HELP.
WANTED -A girl for general housework at
Sill Kit tti street.
WANTED Girl for geneial housework at
ijj Sixteenth street.
WANTED Cook in small family. Mrs. C. W.
Durnam. ltuu r irst avenue.
WANTED Two dishwashers at Wright's
restaurant. Xvzs Second avenue.
WANTED Girl at A. Mosenfelder's. SUB
Twentieth street. ery highest wages
WANTED Competent girl for general
notiseworit. rwo wasning or ironing. iiooi
pay. C. Hellpenstell. lwJti Twentieth street.
WANTED A young or middle aged woman
to go into countrv as housekeeper in familv
of three. Good home for right party. Ad
dress W. S. McCartuer. Orion. III.
WANTED A position as housekeeper for a
widower or gentleman oy a resnecianie.
competent, neat, middleaged wonian. Will
sleep at home. Address H. L., tieneral
Delivery. Rock Island. 111.
WANTED - M ISCKLLANEOUS.
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
it vou sen starit trees. Louisiana, mo.;
Danville. N. Y.
WANTED Boarders and roomers. Loca
tion verv central and good table board at
reasonable prices at I HW4 Third avenue.
WANTED To buy for rash, a tive to T-roorn
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 manairer lor
branch house. Salary lO'i per mouth, ex
penses and commission. Must invest 1.IHH!
in capital stock of companj-. on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
PRIVATE Tl'TORING Instructions given
in German. French and Latin. Mary thr
horn, 11U0 Twentieth street.
LADIES To learn hairdressing. maoicuring
and facial massage. a :n course tree.
Write today.' Moler College. Chicago, III.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
rate oi interest man is (laiu uy saviugs
banks, call on Marion E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 83-35, Mitchell & Lynde building,
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property 20 cents per tluo one vear, 4l cents
ler HW three vears. tkl cents ier HKI tive
vears. Call or address C. R. Chamberlin
Agent. Mitchell & Lynde building.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds ot second hand goods,
will pav more than any other dealer and
sells cheaper. Ali kinds ot stove repairing
and cleaning done aKo. J. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 48S4.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that cau
do it for you. Mail wants are popular ami
Mail wauls bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. -cent stamps will do. Evening
and Saturday Mail, Moline, III.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years ex-
perience places us in a position to give you
valuable information along liues that will
assure ycu success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of dailv paprs
that pay. 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
monthly, commission and expenses e'xtra:
yearly "contract: iermanentiy located at
one town: no traveliug: no canvassing: tJS
cash security required: single man pre
ferred: personal interview desired: if you
want our projiosition by mail inclose 2n
cents to cover exjienses, postage stamjis or
coin. Missouri Medical and Chemical com
pany, &u North Garrison aveuue, St. Louis,
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Denton. 12-4
West Third street, Davenport. McCul
lough block. Rooms 51 and M. Cure
chronic and nervous diseases jermanent
ly with few treatments. A relerences
Hours 1 to 5. and 7M to U p. m.
MISS DENTON has consented to give palm
istry readings at her rooms, ini-i.vj Mrt ul
ough building, Davenport, for the carnival
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present ana luture
correctly. Telis you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthtng of Interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
Ho 10 p. m. 706 Fourth avenue.
to the good things wo are con-
tinually offering. Here are a
few that should interest vou:
00 pairs Ladies' Kid Mutton
Shoes in Welt or Turn
Soles, f :i values, for. . $1.50
3G pairs Men's Velour Oxfords.
double stitcheil Welt, widths
B. C, D, all sizes, $:3.50 X
values, for $2.50 X
A broken lot of Boys' all Solid
Shoes, forruerlv sold at
$1.50, this salt" at $t.00
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR KENT Two furnished rooms at ',11
FOR RENT A nicelv furnished room cheap
at 535 Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences at 1 !C Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room with all mod
ern conveniences at 7-W Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished front room in cen
tral location. Inquire at lll Third ave
nue. FOR RENT Two nicelv furnished rooms
with all modern conveniences at U28
FOR RENT Two picelv furuished rooms
w th bath room at ICoG First avenue. In
quire at l lib Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences. Also lirst-class ta)l:
board at liJt Second avenue. Phone l.lVit.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with or with
out board. All modern conveniences,
rooms newlv furnished, on car line and
pood location. Mis. E. L. Block. 23-J7
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Flats over Tremann's meat
market. I70l' Third avenue.
FOR RENT -Modern S-room house, pleas
antly situated, at 71S Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT An eight-room flat on Fourth
avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets, with all modern conveniences
FOR RENT 7-rooin house at Sf.:il Eighth-and-a-half
avenue. Three blocks from Kim
street car line. Rent reasonable. Inquiie
one door east.
I'OIt KENT FARMS.
FOR SALE Seven acres of ground wilh
small house and barn in outh Heights.
For particulars call at No 90S Seventeenth
FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres ot
land lor sale in South Heights at a bargain.
FOR SALE Au S room house. Ilmi Third
avenue, nearly new, bath room and sewer.
Ixt toxlit. Price :t.2). Inquire one door
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms inquire of R S. Dart. Jackson &
Hurst's onice. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE -A cigar stand and pool hail a
J4 Seventeenth street having a well estab
lished cigar and news trade. Sickness the
reason for selling Apply at once at above
FOR SALE A tine building lot. 1x106 feet
on Fourleenih-and-a-hall street, between
Tenth and Eleventh avenues. Will be soid
cheap tor cash it taken soon. Address
FOR SALE A seven room. two-st--ry frame
house, with good cellar and oarn. sewer
and water connections. Lot OOx 1-0 feet. In
quire on the premises, 4:tH Forty-touriti
street, north ot Filth avenue.
FOR SALE Lots in Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Filth and Seventh
streets, are -i.'xf-.i feet with 2-foot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lying cin
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
pure water can be had atasmallexpen.se
by drilling 3d fect-throuch the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Eim
trees set id feet apart along the curb. If
vou are interested in a cheap building lot,
the price and terms that these lots are of
fered for will suit vou. Call or address S.
J. Woodin. yJ First avenue.
FOR SALE Choice bargains in building
lots, cottages and houses, tor sale in all
parts of trie city: houses rented: rents col
lected: rnonev to loan on real estate se
curity at current rates: tire and tornado
insurance written in oldest and most re
liable companies: we also have some good
real estate investments netting s. s and to
percent: list vour property with us, wc
can sell it: telephone 45;:: we are in our
office every Saturdav evening the year
around. If vou want io buy or sell projicr
ty vou will save time and money by com
ing direi t to our oirlce. over People's Na
tional Bank. Goldsmith .t MrKee.
FOR SALE Lots. 1 will sell what i.s re
maining of the beautiful residence lots lo
cated ou Sixth avrniic between Twenty
eighth and Thirtieth streets at 550 arid
Slid 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 red and blue lines. It is
generally conceded that the Rock Island
railway will again occupy the yards which
thev abandoned, which will have the effec'
ot euhaucing the price of these lots at least
no per cent, making this au opiortune lime
to buy the lew remaining lots above de
scribed. For further information call on
E.J. Hums, room 11. Mitchell & Lynde
Fii SALE A top buggy and surrey at 2S20
FOR SALE Horse, run-alsiut and harness
cheap, inquire at as is Fit th-and-half ave
nue. FOR SALE A steam engioe. Atlas 14X2H.
In icood running order, used four years.
Price HJumi. .The U. N. Roberts company,
FOR SALE A handsome saddle mare. single
looter, and so gentle that a boy or lady
can ride her .1. L. Horton, Coal Valley
Mining company 's oftice.
FOR SALE Private sale of new household
furniture, iron beds, side board, dresser,
couch, ranee, etc Everything for house
keeping cheap Call at !"0iV4 Third ave
nue, afternoons and evenings.
FOR SALE-Machinery. One 15-horse up
right steam engine, one 10 horse upricnt
steam engine in first-class running order,
aft-horse steam engine and two 20-horse one
portable lire box boilers, a. 3 and 5-borse
gasoline engines Applv at 31H-321 Nine
teenth street. Moline Seal and Stamp
Works. Moline. 111.
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman A Co.,
17I4H Second avenue.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at thi$ office
P 10 " 2: "D 2." 'L 81." 3: "P 21."; "li. M
M.'- - 35,'! 2; " W 31," :;- 2; "M 13."