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THE ARGUS, lONDAT, JUNE 30, 1902.
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Our lale invention, called the double suction for plates
that have pro.-ed worthlt ts on account of loose fitting.
You can have thnn applied to your old plates if they
are not damaged or broken. Come and Fee for your
self. You may leave your old plate in the morning and
have our late patent, the double suction, placed in it and
fret it the same day. Expert crown and bridpe work
done. Fine pold. silver nnd platinum fillings; also pain
less extraction without the use of cocaine. Examina
tion free. Office hours 8 to 12 and 1 to G. Evening till
8:30. Sundays 9:30 to 12. People holding coupons should
come in before the 30 days expire.
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Pacific Ral'wsv Tickets
can be purchased st CUT
T'cUet office. I8U Second tve
Hue, or C . R. L & P. depot
corner Fifth avenue and Thlr
Frank H Plum Tier, agent.
tr Ofih street.
Denver Limited & Omsha..
Ft. Worth. Denver fc K C
Davenport & Chicago
tmab ft Klnnt-spoils ..
Colorado & Omaha
Da Moines & Omaha
Tenver. Lincoln A Omaha.
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St. Paul & tli Despoils
nnver. Ft. Worth & K. "!.
Rock Island & Washington
Chicago A Dea Moir es
Rock Island ft Brooklyn Ac
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Kl Paso & Ran Francisco. .
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daily. 1 elephone 1063 and 1423.
fHICAGO. BURLINGTON ft
3'lH!jl'i'-ll.!3 way Depot Second avenue
Ti?t'ZTr4 nd Twentieth street.
I lifulM'l M J yoonu. gent.
FRANK A. HART. Pasa. Agt.
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Sterling. Meodota acd
Peoria. Beardittowa. Bur
. ltcgton, enver and
8t- Louis. Kansas City.
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Sterling and points ln-
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Puhnque, Clinton. La
Crofcx-, Paul. Minn
and N. W
Clinton. Dubuque, and
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Clinton and Intermediate
Rtop at t nek Island ih minutes lor mea'j
Daily tDa'ly except Sunta.
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FOCK ISLAND ft PEORIA
Railway. Depot First avenue
and Twentieth street. Main
.rf- ana i weniie
Vf,E0RlrVSl1r.r trains le
nnirrr V Moline svenu
eave C R. I. A P.
e depot ten min
utes exrtler hn time given.
M- A. PTTIR.IS. O. P. A.
K. L. Oorr, Agent.
I'eorla. feprlngfleld. bt. L..
Peoria. Sprlcgfleld. Indian
apolis. Cincinnati HI oom-
lngton. St. Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis. Cin
bhi rrard Accommodation
Cable ber-ard Accom.
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All others daily
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ft St Paul Rlway. D.
R. I. ft N. W. pamenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wod,
agent. The trains for Lru
buue snd points north run
via Illinois aide of river.
Trains for Freeport acd MPwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
THAI MS. I H1TI I ABBIVS
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger 0 am tl:40 am
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secger 4:0 pm 9 15 pm
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Freeport 'xprewM 4:' 5 pm 11:40 am
All trains dally exeeo Sindav
Fstate of Anton Joseph Walter, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator of tbe esta'e of anion Joseph
Waller-, late of tbe county ft Rock Island,
slate of llilnnln, deceased nereby glve notice
tat be will appear before hn county court
of Kock Is and countv at Ibe county cturt
room, to the citv of Kock Island at tbe July
term, on ib first Morday in Ju y next, at
which time all persons hving cllxs siralnst
said estate re notified and requested to at
tend, for tbe purpose of havU.g tbe same
aU persons Indebted to said estate are re-C-itsiedto
make Immediate payment to tre
Dated this 24 .h day of May, A. D. 1902.
Notice of Sale of Mlaloe Stock.
The undersigned wl I sell at publ'o auction
to the highest bidder at the north door of
ibe court fuse in tbe city or noes: uma.
eonntv of Rock Island, and state of Illinois,
it in nVlocii i m on the 2nd day of August.
D I00. 101 fthsrea of tbe eapttal slock of
hi Bl aek Lion Gold Mining and Mi ling com
pany, held by the latter as collateral security,
which stock was duly Issutd to M. CbOds, Jr.
" Uated at Rock Island, 1 1. June 17, i2.
V. M. BlANDIVG.
-;-tt.. XT'. J, tiiii
CMK PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all lwints between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3is.
J. It. JOHNSTON.
DIAMOND JO LINK STEAMERS For
Clinton. Dubuiiue, St. Paul and points
Steamer DCllCyUE. July 1. 10 a. m.
For Muscatine. Hnrlington. Keokuk, Quln
cy, t- Louis and points between
Steamer QUIXCY. July I. . a. m.
For pa-sseneer and freipht rates inquire of
OKOKGE LAMONT. Agent.
Office 115 seventeenth Street. Tel 1W5.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
catine. New Boston, Keithsburg, Oquaw
ka and Ilurlinpton
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at I
The steamer W. J. YOUNG
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
11 :3i a. m.
Arriving In Hurllngton at 8:15 p. m.
Parties can go to Muscatine on the Helen
r at 4 p. tn. Monday. Wednesday ana r rt-
dav and return on the W. J
Young at 11:30
p. in., same day
BEST FOR THE
If yon bTn't rrjmlar. healthy moTtnTrt f th
bow em trrry day. you'ro 111 or will be- Ki your
ioirln rfMn. nd be wU. Force, In the hfcp of
violent phytilc or pill poison, im danceronii. The
m'Mthriit. eMi't, xnot perfect way of keeping
tbe bo els cicar and clran in tn tako
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
rieiiiit. Pularahls. Potent. Tt flood. TV
0,wm1. Nrer ftrkrn. waken orfiripe; 10. IS snd
HI rente wrboi. Write for free sample, and bwk.
let on hnalth. Address 433
Sterling Rmnety Company. Chicaoo sr New Tor.
KEEP YOUR DLOOD CLEAH
Petition to Sell Real Kstate to I'ay Debts
State of Illinois, l
County of Rock Island. (
I" tbe Circuit Court, July term. A. D. 1902.
OttotJott.c!i. ad mi o I trator of tbe ektate of
Wl helm Tbleme, deceased, petitioner, vs.
Man Tolen-e toe unknown belrs or devisees
of Wllbelm Tbleme. deceaxed. 'he unknown
owner -of outlot number s'xty (5") In seotl-n
rmmbr tb'rty-flve (3fi) towmnlp number
tU'bteen (1M or:h range number two ('-)
west of tb' 4lh p. m ac-ordioit to tbe asses
n r splat of A. D 1HA4 of lot. K'b-lotgsnd
outlots In tbe county of Koak Is and and
s ate of Iillnol , defendants I'e ltlon for an
order to soil real etae to pay debts
To the above named non-resident defend
ants the unknown helrx or devisees of Wll
belm Tbleme deceased, the unknown owners
of eut'.ot nuTber slxt. CO) In section number
tMrtv-dve (35) townshp number eighteen (ih)
North range iiunbi r two Ci) wes . of the 4tb
p. m according to the aKoxor'a plat of A
k. iHtof loi-i. mi"! lot andouilnts In tbe coun
ty of Kouk Is and and state of IUinrls.
Affidavit of your noa resldenoe and of the
non residence of each ef you baliiK been
died tn the above entitled eau in the otnee
of tbe underaigoe 1 clerk of the eotinty court
of the county of Rc Island and state of
Illinois, you are hereby notified that the
above navied petitioner has filed in said
court his petition fur an order to sell said real
estate to pay the debts of aald estate That
a summons has been Issued In sld cause
against vou. returnable to tbe July term
A U . lftftJ, of said court, to be toerun at.d
bolden In the court bouse In tbe city of
Kock Island, in said county, In tbe state of
Illinois, on the first Monday of July, A.
D-. 1J2. at which time and place vou will
appear ard plead, answer or demur to aald
pe itlon if you see fit.
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, this 2d day
of June, A. IX, 190i
HtSRT B. HrBBARU
Clerk- of the County Court.
Swrs.fST A Villi, Solicitors for Petitioner.
TAKES TWO LIVES
Henry Canfield, Jealous of Wife,
Kills Her and Then
TRAGEDY IN WHITESIDE COUNTY
Couple Married Fifty Years-Had
Henry C'unfielcl, of Morrison. White
side t-otiiity, killed his wife, of whom
he was jealous. Saturday evening,
and then took his own life.
The deed is supposed to have lirrn
committed at about 7 o'clock, hut
was not discovered until U o'clock
The discovery was made hv t
tinsjhtcr tf the dead couple, who
entered their bedroom and found
her parents lyitifr dead on the floor.
ile by side. The shock produced
nervous prostration nnd her condi
tion is now critical.
The murderer und suicide was 75
years old and his wife 70. They had
been married for ."( years and were
tne parents of several children who
are prominent in society.
Jealous of Wife's Actions.
It is said by the neighbors that the
couple hae not Im-cii living1 happily
together for some time, and that Mr.
Canticld was jealous of his wife's ac-
Chicago, June 3d. Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today's markets:
June, 74S : 7IS : 7is : .
July. 73V47t(: 7S: 73S: 7s
Sept., 7a-if(t73; 71; 7.IH; 73 V
June, Tii: 724: T!
July, 70H5i72. J-'"s: V0'-4:
Seit., 62aM. KS; 62. K$
June, 4rti: 4: 4i: 48ii.
Julv. 4IS: 3S: 4H: 4.'.
Sept., 31 X. 31H: 31 V
June, 1M.2S; 18 2S: 18 25: 18 25
July. 1H.7; 1S.J7: IS . 18 25
Sept., I8.SS; 18.55; IS 47; 18 bO
June. 10.BO; lO.ftt: lO.fO: lOfti '
Julv. 10 57: 10.62: lu.5: 10 Co
Sept., 10 02-; 10.62; 10 f7; 10.62.
June, 10 67: 10 67: lO.sT; 10.67.
Julv. 10 6.S: 10.07: 10.62 -; 10.67
Sept.. 10.67; 10.O7: 10 00 : 10.07
Recelms todav: Wheat 20. corn 25A. oatt
200. Hues 32.000. cattle la.OUO, sheep 20,(uo.
Hoes leu over e.ov.
Hog market opeued strong to 5c higher.
Liunt .(7.4r: mixed and butch
ers. 7.l.'7.7u: pood heavy, I7.204t7.90; rough
neavy. 7.w(r.7.4o. .
Cattle market opened strone ana nigner.
Sheep market opened 10c higher.
cniou stock yarus 8:o a. m.
Uok market opened .V,i0c higher.
Light. s7.owc7 ?5; mixed and butchers. (7.15
(2.7.80; good neavy, ;.i'ii,7.i; rough heavy.
Cattle market opened strong to 10c higher.
Beeves e4.KVaa.40, cow and tieifera il.7ht
S.mt. Texas steers 3. .05.00. stocksrs and
Sheep market opened weak. '
Hog market closed steady at the advance
LlKbt. (7 Kt7 55. mixed and butchers. S7. 15
7.so: good heavy, 7,2j4i,7.9i; rough heavy,
Cattle market closed strong to 10c higher
for best, others weak
Sheep market closed weak.
Visible supply of grain: Wheat decreased
l.27.vm bushels, corn Increased 4t,000 bush
els, oats decreased 4K3,jou bushels.
Estimated receipts Tuesday: Wheat 70
corn 325, oats ?. hogs vS.000.
New Vork Stocks.
New York. June 30. The following are the
closing quotations on tbe New York stock
So. Pacific 64H. sueart27v C. A A. com. 37.
gas 101. 1'enna. 151. H. A O. I'M. C. R. I. ti
r. Wl'i.C. M. & St. ImuI 115. Manhattan 131V
Pacihc Mailll's. Atchison common 82!. W. U.
Tel. Co. 88. N. Y. Central 155. L.. & N.
137 -Hi, . It. T.67i. U. D. U. com. leather
com. I2U. copper e3. Atchison ptd. 18, U.
S. Steel ptd 88-, U. S Steel common 74.
Mfssourt Pacltlc III. Union Pacific common
imt, coal and Iron ta. Krie common
VVaoash pld 4"4. Wabash com ... Can Pa
cine 11V. Republic Steel common 17, Re
public Steel ptd. 72Ji.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations oa Provisions. LI va
Stoek. reed and Fuel.
Rock Island. June so. Following are the
wholesale quotations on tbe local market:
Butter Creamery Kc, dairy 16c
Eggs Fresh 14c.
Live poultry -Spring chickens tt.M to ttt
perdoxen. hens 8c ier pound, turkeys 10c
ducks Vc. geese c.
Vegetables-Potatoes, new 60c.
Cattle Steers 4JJ to t6.w. cows and
belters I2.no to fA.00. calves 5.fo to 16.00.
Hoes Mixed and butchers M.76 to 7 J5
Sheep-Yearlings or over, per cwt. 160t0
6 00. Lambs per bead to 00 to (7.00.
Feed and FaeL
Oraln Corn 8c. oats 45c.
Pnrj.c-Timntiit hav I5. prairie hav
tli clover hay f 13. baled prairie 112, baled
limoiny i:. oat straw n..
Wood Hard, rer load IM..V.
Coal-Lump, per bushel 12c, slack, per
H. J. TOHER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
Np. 109 Main st .
tions. JShe looked young and happy
and was a fluent conversationalist.
while he was old and infirm.
' The Uhc-Ip Sam, n New Vork lioat.
won the kaiser's gold cup at the Kiel
Victor KlKnl Saturday covered a mile
on a motor syclo at Plymouth. Kng
land. in Ai. lowrlng tho world's
record Iry cilit 8h-oih1s.
One Ct'i'inaii Koldicr has died at
IVkiiiK from cholera; and tin' disease
I'rcsldt'rrt Itoosevelt ' nnd party will
leave Wiif liitiKton for lMttslnirg on the
evening of July It. th president speak
ing there on the Fourth.
Coronation day was celebrated on
several ocean liners last week, only to
lind out later Hint the king had I icon
Homer I- ItnsselL for thirty years
lilirariaii of the ltassell library, Watcr
bury. Conn., is dead, aged 81 years.
The National Sacngerfest will hold
the sacngerfest of V.HKl oil tlie World's
fair grounds at St. Ixmis.
The treaty between tlerninny, Aus
tria and Italy called the "dreibund,"
has Ihh-u renewed.
A large section of one of tlie partly
constructed World's fair buildings at
St. Louis was blown down Saturday.
The Western Union Telegraph com
pany at Chicago has discharged eight
een operators for supposed connectlcn
with a new c.liion.
Georgo Grant. 1(5 years old, shot his
1-year-old brother Frank as a result
of a family quarrel.
President Hoosevelt has authorized
the denial of the report that he had or
dered an Investigation of the anthracite
SAM BRYANT IS DEAD
Last Kara the Old Turfman Saw Was the
Chicago Derby on .lune 21.
Louisville. June ult. Captain Saui
Itryant. one of the best known turf
men In the country, died of dropsy at
his home In this city Saturday night
after u long illness. Captain Itryant
was about TO years old. and was con
sidered one of the unique characters
of the American turf. He was the
owner of l"ii-le Itob, winner of the
American Derby In l.S'.M); Proctor
Knott, winner of the Futurity and
Great Trinl stakes at Sheepshead bay
in ISSN, and oilier horses of note.
Though for the past year Captain
Iiryaut had been in ill health lie lost
none of his fondness for race horses
nnd the turf was always his great hob
by. When the American lerby was
run at Washington park. Chicago. June
21st inst.. Captain Itryant. against the
advice of his physicians, insisted on
going to see the race. He did see it.
saving that it was the last race he
would ever see, and that lie could now
REPLY TO FREIGHT HANDLERS
Chicago Hallway Manager Refune to Rec
ognize the I hlon.
Chicago, June .'JO. The railway gen
eral managers' meeting Saturday t
consider the .question of increase of
wages and the establishment of li
standard wage scale demanded by the
freight handlers" union, had before It
the conclusions of the general superin
tendents. The latter made recommen
dations which were, in substance,
The general managers declined to
.ecognize tlie union. The olHcials will
onfci; with committees of men from
their own roads, but will not under
take to treat with men from other
roads. The matter of wages and ether
demands, aside from the recognition
of the national organization, the rail
road men believe can be satisfactorily
adjusted by the ottlcials and the men
of the separate lines.
Weeks Fall of Kr nomination. '
Port Huron. Mich.. June "O. Henry
McMorrau. a proininent'capitalist and
elevator man of this city, defeated
Representative Kdgnr A. eeks, of
Mr. Clemens, in the tight for the con
gressional nomination in the Seventh
district convention. 1.17 ballots having
been necessary to make a choree.
Weeks" home comity. Macomb, lltuilly
went over to McMorrau. In the lirst
1.10 ballots Weeks led with thirty-one
votes. McMorrau having twenty-four,
and W. It. Williams, of Ijipeer. ami
i'honias IS. Wtiodworth. of Huron
county, twelve each. The linal vote
was: McMorrau. forty-two: Williams,
twenty-five; Wood worth, twelve.
Another Victim of the Subway.
New York. June .10. Major Ira A.
Shaler died at the Presbyterian hospi
tal yesterday ns n result of injuries
received in tin rapid transit subway
June 1. when n large rock which had
been loosened by n blast fell on him
and broke his back. Major Slialer was
a civil engineer and held a sub-contract
for building a portion of the tunnel.
Leads Them All.
"One Minute Cough Cure beats all
other medicines I ever tried for
coughs, colds, croup and throat and
lung' troubles," says D. Scott Currin
of Lofjanton, Fa. 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
vVms Wastlnc Away.
The following letter from Kobert
11. Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instruc
tive: I have been troubled with kid
ney disease for the last five years. I
lost flesh nnd never felt well and doc
tored with leading physicians and
tried all remedies suggested without
relief. Finally I tried Foley's Kidney
Cure, and less than two bottles com
pletely cured me, and I am now
sound and well."
If yoti have kidney or bladder
trouble and do not use Foley's Kid
ney Cure, you will have only yourself
to blame for results, as it positively
cures all forms of kidneyrdnd bladder
DEW BATH LATEST FAD
WITH CHICAGO WOMEN
Chicago has a new fad which for
genuine novelty and - originality
seems likely to stand unrivaled in a
little class of iis own for some time
to come. In years gone by Chicago
has imported most of its really sue
cessful fads from the east and across
the Atlantic, but this one grew and
blossomed on native Illinois soil, and
as soon as society gives it vogue it
is sure to leap into instantaneous
popularity, for society's approval is
all that is necessarv to the success
of a fad.
This absolute! v new thing in fads
is the morning dew bath for the com
plexion, ami it threatens to outclass
even .the beauty doctors themselves.
Some morning, if you happen to be
up in time to commune with the sun
as it slips up across the lake, and,
looking over your back fence you
behold a woman, young or old. kneel
ing in the center of a grass plot with
her face in close proximity to the
earth, don't call the police. This is
the fad. As a complexion producer
it is said to surpass anything in the
squeegee line yet introduced, and the
best thing about the new complexion
producer is that it is easily within
the reach of every woman who can
find a grass plot large enough to
envelop her face.
These morning dew baths for the
complexion were something of a se
cret until recently. The idea was
such capital and original one that
those who made the unique discov
ery that green grass, freshened by
morning dew, contains the skin in
vigorating ingredients 'for which the
beauty doctors charge money, held
their tongue with considerable per-
sistencv. I!ut Ihe truth leaked out
in l-'lgin. 111. Miss Kvangeline
I'rusk. a young woman residing in
lliiit place, has enjoyed some local
fume on account of the beauty of
her complexion. Indeed, she has
been the envy of her friends on ac
count of this supposedly rich gift of
The expose, however, came one
morning not long ago. w hen a neigh
bor arose early to catch a train out
of Klgin. He lives next door to the
I'rusk home, ami as he was passing
down his hack steps he was consid
erably surprised to see the young
woman crouching on the lawn and
gesticulating in unseemly fashion as
though saluting the sun. She would
run her hands across the grass, and
then bury her face in them, anil go
through all the motions of washing.
It was a new one on the Klgin man.
because lie wasn't up in dew baths.
His curiosity was aroused to the
point of investigation, so he crossed
the lawn noiselessly and. walking up
behind the intently occupied young
woman. he surprised her with a
Such interruption was unpardou-'
tble. Without replying, the young
woman jumped to her feet an. I lied
to the house. Itut this was enough,
for it. was in reality the beginning of
this new beauty fad, which seems
)ikcly to outdo anything in the way
of novelty for women's faces that
ever has been imported even from
Paris. New Vork. or London.
There really is nothing to the dew
complexion bath but dew and grass,
yet in addition to its complexion-giving
properties the early morning con
tact with nature is said to be exhila
rating. In the first place, to derive
the full benefits a young woman must
be up and out before the world is
astir, as dew will not wait for her
to finish a morning nap. This in it
self is tne step in the direction of a
good complexion, and when a tlip in
the cool, refreshing grass is taken
into consideration along with this
first natural consequence it appears
that there is more 'to the dew bath
than is evident.
15ut it isn't a big hit with the beau
ty doctors and complexion special
"Dew 'baths for the complexion!"
said one of them when Ihe fad was
mentioned to her. "I never heard of
anything half so silly. The idea!
Washing one's face in green grass to
improve one's complexion! Oil my!
What an idea! Kidiculous! Dew-
baths with some such treatment as
we give might be all right, but I
haven't much faith in grce grass as
mi effective beautiher. Preposter
And the complexion specialist
laughed herself out of sight. Phy
sicians, however, being less directly
interested in the abstract question of
complexions, are non-committal.
l wouldn't like to commit myself
for fear of incurring the ill-will of
the women." said one doctor. "If
some young woman has found that a
dew bath in the early morning air im
proved her complexion she ought to
know what she is talking about. At
least 1 wouldn't care to contradict
her without first having given myself
over to an investigation. Grass nat
urally absorbs, through its roots,
ninny of the natural properties of the
earth. And. as every one knows,
dew falls on grass, so it may be that
there is something beneficial in this
combination? Who knows? I, for
one, wouldn't like to say."'
To Whom It May Concern.
Notice Is herebv clven tb&t on woodsy. July
SI a . D 1902. t the hour of 2 o'oloelt p. m..
thfrawitlbe held a MeMa.l meeting of tbe
stockholders of th National Keck- olre com-
pnv t the ome of said ec tnpsny. in toe eity
nf Rnr-lt island. In Rock Inland coud'.v. Illlool.
for the purpose of voting- on toe nuestionot
increasing the capital stoelc of satd company
from two tnonssrn aoiiais to ten mjum
dollars, sod also of enlriflor the object for
which such eoroorstton was rormea
- Swain Pbaksos, President.
W. W Harris, Secrtsry.
Kaok Iclsnd. Ill . June 30, 133.
All the news all the time The
Daily Argus. ;
! DON'T GET LEFT BEHIND.
THE LEADER, Opposite Harper House. t
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTKD-BeU boys at tbe Harper.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
o'l and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTKO-Ftve young men from Rock Is
. land county at once to prepare for posi
tions in the povernment service. Apply to
Inter-State Corres. Inst., Cedar Rapids, la
WANTED A reliable man ot good address,
one who bas had experience in selling in
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian River Commercial company,
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making specialty to the 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 tor salesmen. Iocal or
traveling. We employ on both salary and
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will yield good income. Our salrsmen
make from Ho a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. O. Chase Co.,
Geneva. N. V.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
F.ieht weeks prepares tor 5 jmsition.
Tools given each student. Wages and ex
perience in shops Saturdays. Positions
f uaranted. Diplomas granted. Particu
ars mailed free Moler Harber College.
WANTED Trustworthy person In each
ed house, solid tinancial standing: straight
lmna tide weekly cash salary 18 paid by
check each Wednesday, with all expenses
direct trom headquarters: money advanc
ed for expenses. Manager, 37 Caxton bldg.
WANTED - Sewing girls at the Tri-City Re
WANTED Two dishwashers at Wright's
restaurant, iw-s tecona avenue.
WANTED - Middle aged lady as second
cook at tne ueimonico restaurant.
WANTED Competent girl lor general
housework in small family. Mrs. M. A.
Patterson, 709 Nineteenth street.
WANTED For permanent positions, four
lames. aiary t;j a montn. Appiy Mon
arch company. 1405 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A young or middle aged woman
to go into countrv as housekeeper in tamilv
of three, tiood Home for right party. Ad
dress W. S. McCartney, Orion. 111.
WANTED Stark nursery pavs cash weekly
lr you sen stark trees. Louisiana, mo.;
Danville, N. Y.
WANTED Room and board in private fam
ily ny young man or goon nanus, state
price. Address -C iri" Argus.
WANTED Hoarders and roomers. Loca
tion very central and good table board at
reasonable prices at 140054 Third avenue.
WANTED A nice unfurnished room cen
trally located. Also board with private
family. Address F. C. Hill. 1514 Second
WANTED To buy for cash, a six or 7-room
house in good condition between Ninth
and Twentv-second streets State lowest
price. Address "Purchaser," care Argus.
WANTED An established wholesale house.
recentlv incorporated, extending business,
desires'to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary tioo per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest 1.000
in 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.
LADIES To learn hairdressing. manicuring
and facial massage. A Uto course tree.
Write today. Moler College, Chicago, 111.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
rate of interest than is paid by savings
banks, call on Marlon E: Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 8J-35, Mitchell & Lynde building,
TORNADO INSURANCE Kates for city
property 20 cents per f 100 one vear, 40 eents
l-r lth "three years, do cents" per ino Hve
years. Call or address C. K. Chamberlin
A Kent. Mitchell & Lvnde building.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, 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,
151& Second avenue. Telephone 4811.,
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anything, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can
do It for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-haif 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-
perlence places us in a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure vou success. Ask for free letters
of Information and bulletin of dailv papers
thatpav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine, Wis.
MANAGER WANTED Ottlce manager to
sell, collect and advertise in every county
seat in Missouri. Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky. Arkausas and Texas: salary too
uiontniy. commission and expenses extra:
vearlv contract: permanently located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassiug: Jf
cash security requirea: single man pre
ferred: personal interview desired; if you
want our proposition by mail inclose 2.-
cents to cover expenses, postage stamps or
coin. Missouri Meaicai ana cnemicai com-
any, 51 1 North Garrison avenue, St. Louis,
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with
small house and barn In outh Heights.
For particulars call at No 909 Seventeenth
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tens you the past, present and ruture
correctly. Tells you everything pertain
ing to busiuess, marriage, divorce, love
an airs, sickness, aeatn, accidents ana
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
I to io p. m. "us Fourth avenue.
MADAM HOWARD, oueen of mind readers
gives full life readings for 25 cents. Tells
past, present and future. Don't fail to
call on this gifted medium and vou will de
part fully convinced that there is at last
one rename medium now in your miasu
1605 Second avenue, kock island.
By not kecpin; your eyes open J
to the good things we are con-
tinually offering. Here are a i
few thitft should interest you:
GO pairs Ladies' Kid Button $
Shoes in Welt or Turn
Soles, $3 values, for. . $1,50
36 pairs Men's Velour Oxfords. .
double stitched Welt, widths
H, C, D, all sizes, :i.50
values, for $2.50 X
A broken lot of Boys' all Solid
Shoes, formerlv sold at
$1.50, this sale at $1.00 t
FOB RENT BOOMS.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms at 7
FOR RENT A nicelv furnished room cheap
at 5:iS Twentieth street.
FR RENT-Furnished rooms for llgl t
housekeeping at 1403 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms suitable
for housekeeping at o?7 Twentieth street.
FOR KENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences at HOT Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished front room In cen
tral location. Inquire at 1119 Third ave
nue. FOR RENT Two nicelv furnished rooms
with all modern conveniences at 1'8
FOIt RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences. Also hrst-class table
board at 1229 Second avenue. Phone i:tt9.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or with
out board. All modern conveniences,
rooms newlv furnished, on car line and
good location. Mrs. E. L. ISlock. 2327
FOR KENT HOUSES.
FOR KENT An eight-room fiat on Fourth
avenue between iweuin anu 'lnirteentn
streets, with all modern conveniences
FOR KENT 7-room house at 2531 Eighth-
aud-a-hait avenue, xnree mocks irom tim
street car line! Kent reasonable. Inquire
oue door east.
FOR KENT One "-room house and one 4-
room house on Seventh street and Elev
enth avenue. Inquire at Weaver's gro
cery, li:to Seventh street
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Four-and-one-thlrd acres ot
land for sale in South Heights at a bargain.
FOR SALE An 8 room house. 11(W Third
avenue, nearly new, bath room and sewer.
Lot 40x150. Price f3.S00. Inquire one door
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
tn trie udn iwcniy-sccuuu SLreci. duuitiuu.
For terms inquire of R S. Dart, Jackson &
Hurst's oftlce, Masonic temple.
FOR SALE A seven room. two-st,iry frame
house, with good cellar and barn, sewer
and water connections. Lot 60x120 feet. In
quire on the premises. 438 Forty-fourth
street, north of Fitth 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 20-foot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lying on
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
tiure water can be had at a small expense
iv drilling 80 feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 20 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. 922 First avenue.
FOR SALE Choice bargains in building
lots, cottages and houses, for sale in all
parts of the city: houses rented: rents col
lected: money 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 8, 9 and 10
per cent: list your property with us, we
can sell it: telephone 4573: we are in our
ortlce even- Saturday evening the year
around. If vou want "to buy or sell proper
ty you will save time and money by com
ing direct to our otllce. over People's Na
tional Bank. Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE Lots. I will sell what is re
maining of the beautiful residence lots lo
cated oh Sixth avenue between Twenty
eighth and Thirtieth streets at (550 and
f;.Ti 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
eenerallv conceded that the Kock Island
railway will again occupy the yards which
thev abandoned, which will have the effec
ot e'nhanoing the price of these lots at least
50 per cent, making this an opportune lime
to Irav the few remaining lots above de
Hcrttied. For further information call on
B.J. Burns, room 11. Mitchell & Lynde
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A surrey, almost new. Apply
at lu3H Twenty-Mrst street.
FOR SALE Horse, run-about and harness
cheap. Inquire at 25b Fitth-aud-half ave
nue. FOR SALE A steam engine. Atlas 14x20.
In good running order, used four years.
Price 400.oo. Tne U. N. Roberts company.
FOR SALE Machinery. One 15-horse up
right steam engine, one 10 horse upright
steam engine in rtrst-class running order.
25-horse steam engine and two 20-horse one
portable tire box boilers. 2. 3 and 5-horse
gasoline engines Apply at 31W-321 Nine
teenth street. Moline Seal and Stamp
Works, Moline, 111. Phone 232. long dis
tance. LOST AND FOUND
LOST A grocer's order look. Finder leave
at this office and be rewarded.
LOST-An Argus collator's sulwcription
liook. Finder please return to Argus omce
and be rewarded.
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman a. Co.,
1714H Second avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell & 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, 30 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
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 usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 1023 Second avenue. Don't forget
If Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office
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