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TIIE ARGUS, THUBSPAT, SEPTEMBER 4, 1902.
Don't Be An Inconsiderate Husband
Become a member of our Suitorium Club and spare your
wife the drudgery of pressing and cleaning your clothes.
Please your wife by liecoming a ruember today and have
your wardrobe cleaned and pressed and your shoes shined
for $1 per month. . .
L. F. BAUMBACH, Proprietor.
306 Twentieth Street.
Its Ideal Farm Life will attract you, and
5e SETTLERS' RATES
IX SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER VIA TIIE
and connecting lines are surprisingly Iojv.
From Chicago From St. Louis From Omaha
From New Orleans
Rates from other points equally low, lands
cheap, markets good, a winterless climate.
Write for literature. '-California Industries"
will le helpful.
Address a Postal to
W. G. NIIMYERV. GEN AGT SOUTHERN PACIFIC
193 CLAHK STREET, CHICAGO
Wholesale Dealer in PURE WINES" AND LIQUORS.
WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL
t WATER. t
X Manufacturer of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS. X
J I616-161S Third Avenue, Rock Island, 111. X
Drv S. H. MILLER. J
GRADUATE OF. M'KILLIFS VETERINARY COLLEGE,
Scientific treatment of Horses, Cattle and Dogs and all surgical
operations performed on eamc.
RESIDENCE 1812 FOURTH AVENUE. PHONE WEST 1661
U 1 ! 1 1 1 I 1 1
New Panitorium Club Shining Parlor.
Shine 5C Ladies' and gent's slices will be called for
and delivered and shined for lo cents.
1909 Second Avenue.
Opposite Spencer Square.
A Friend in Need is
We can help yon out at any time you are hard up for a little money. We
also have some good bargains in all kinds of unredeemed goods! THE
GREATER NEW" YORK LOAN BANK, 320 Twentieth street. Phone 663-Brown
To Washington 1
British Columbia $30
Every day during ,
September and Octobor.
To Salt Lake City, Ogden,
Butte, Helena, Spokane
and other intermediate points the rate
will be proportionately lower.
Call or write for detailed information
about our comfortable Tourist Sleeping
Care. $6.00 for a berth holding two
persons, Chicago to the Pacific Coast.
Reclining Chair Cars no extra charge -'
for seats. '
We is more points of interest on
the way than any other line.
FRANK A. HART, Past'r Agent C. B. & Q, DpoL
V(l " Telephone 1180.' '
Means new papering time and
both are here. Spring decorative
ideas are always the prettiest.
The moat decorative line of artis
tic and practical wall papers is to
be found at our store. Then
prices are also an added induce
ment. You should call at our
store before buying.
417 Seventeenth St.
Phone 162 West.
Phone West 1545.
a. Friend Indeed.
To Whom It May Concern.
Notice Is hereby given that on Monday, July
21, A. D 1902, at the bnur of 2 o clock p. m
at a soeelai meeting t tbe stockholders of
tbe National Need Yoe company, at tbe
nffice of (aid company In tbe city of Rock
Island in I be county of Hock I land, Illinois,
tbe following resolution was ouly passed by
hesolved. Tbat tbe capital stock of Ibis
company be and Is increased from 12 0O0 to
HO Ou). and furtber resolred tbat tbe scope of
the customs of this company be enlarged to
tbe end that It may own. p ossess and enjoy
reel estate necessary for he transaction of
Usbtulness and may sell and dispose of tbe
same when not required for tbe uses of tbe
corporation, aDd 'ha it may have all other
rights and prvileires witb r. ference to such
real estate as Is allowed 11 e corporations bj
tbe statutes of the state of Illinois.
Kock Island, lllin-ls, July 23, A. D 1902.
Swain Psabsox, President.
W. W. Habris, secretary.
Notice of PablieattOB Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, t
la tbe circuit court. To tbe September
t'TTD A. D . 1802.
Charles Hayes t. Cornelia Hayes. In chan
cery. No 6 0S7.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Cornelia
Hayes, the above defendant, baring been
bled In tbe clerk's office of tbe circuit
court of said county, entice Is therefore
hereby given to tbe said non resident de
fendant tbat the complainant filed bis bill
of complaint In said court, on the chancery
side thereof, on tbe 19th day of July, a.
D 1902. and that thereupon a summons Is
sued out of sold court, wherein said suit
Is now pending, returnable oa - tbe third
Monday In tbe month of September
next, as Is toy law required. Now, unless
you. tbe said non-resident defendant above
named. Cornelia Haves, shall personally be
and apeear before said eirsuit "court on tbe
firs day of tbe next term thereof, to be
holden at Rook Island In and for tbe said
oounty, oi toe third Monday in September
next, and plead, answer, or demur to
tbe said complainants' bill of complaint,
the same and the mafers and things mere In
o barged and stated will be taken as eonf eased.
ana a decree entered against you, aeoo ruing
to the prayer of said blU.
G so ace W. Gamblc Clerk.
Rock Island. IlliooU. July 29, 190A
Ludolph & Bcjnolda, Complainants' Solicitor
IN THE SUBURBS.
Cordova, Sept. 4. Miss Eva Naylor
was in jock lxianur riday.
f Mrs. .Terry Bryan spent Saturiley
anu sunuay in rne tri-cities.
Misses Leathea and Edith Sells, of
New Bedford, ure spending' . u few
weeks with their cousin, Dena Zim-
Art island plcn.ie tvaa given by
Misses Ollie and Tillie Humphry to
twenty-five of their girl friends Aug
28. The party was conveyed to the
island in the steam launch at 9
o'clock, and returned at 3 in the even
Miss Bessie Cooper spent a few
days with friends here.
The public school commenced Tubs-
da v. Sept. 2, with a large enrollment
Miss Belle Yandebiirgh went to
Rapid City Sunday to take charge of
the Cement school Sept. 1.
Mrs. Jean Benedict was In town last
week. " ,
Misses Kit tie and Iluth Phillips were
passengers to Bock Island Fridav
Ward Habering is visiting
V. II. . Plymire. returned from Bock
Oscar Peterson and family, of Mi-
Ian, are visiting: here.
A new baby g-irl arrived at the home
f B. V. Brown last week.
John l'.rjan and Clyde Hunt were
in town last week.
Miss Annie Marshall, of Kock Isl
and,, spent last week with relatives
Miss Xova Marshall went to Ful-
Chicago, Sept. 4. Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
la today's markets:
Sept.. 7H.S71H: T2K: 71?i;7l .
Dec, (58; 68?4: 7'. ; 08.
May. 69 ; 70?. ; 60V. 69
Sept., 5867V4: 89; 67V4;
Dec. 3: J2H : 42
Miy, 4ia,39.v 40H; 3n;J3H
Sept. new, 3H(35S; 85: 34S: 34.
Dec. new. 31H31?;1H ; 31. SI.
May, 31H; 31H-; 3IH: ai.
Sept., 16.80; 16.82: 16 70. 16.70
Oct., 17.00; 17.1A; 17 85: 16.87
Jan.. 14.V2: 14.92: 14.85: 14 90
May. 14.15; 14.15; 14.07)14 10.
Sept.. 10.60; 10 60: 10.42: 10.45
Oct., 9 75; 9.75; 9 62: 9.67.
Jan.. 8.32: 8.32: 8 32: 8.33
May, 7.97, 8.0V; 7.87; 7.97. ' " '
Sept.. 10.25: 10.25: 10 25; 10.25. !
Oci., 9.80: 9.82. -9.77: 9 HI.
Jan.. 7.80; 7.82; 7.77: 7.60.
Receipts todav: Wheat 245. corn 81. eats
3- Hogs 18.000, cattle io.ooo, sheep x-'.ioo.
noes leit over o.vsa.
Hog market opened slow.
Llebt. 7 0oa7.6B: mixed and butel -
ers, f7.007.75; good heavy, f&90(&7.85; rough
cattle market opened slow.
Sheep market opened lower.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market opened 5c lower.
Light. 46 Boar. 60: mixed and butchers; t6 go
&7.70: good heavy, 7.907.i5; rough heavy.
cattle market opened slow.
Beeves 4.C5.8.80, cows and heifers 11.50
25. Texas steers t3.6C3& to. stockers and
feeders fci-60t5.35, westerns 13 60Q5.70.
sneep market opened slow ana weak.
Hog market closed weak.
Light. 6 9ora7 60: mixed and bntchers. 6 90
7.?o; good heavy, M 80&7.7o; rough heavy.
c attle market closed slow and weak.
Sheep market closed dull and easy.
Estimated receipts Friday: W lie at 170.
corn to, eats 280, hogs 14.000.
New York Stocks. .
New YorkSept. 4. The following are tbe
closing quotations oa the New York stock
So. Pacific 79. suaar 132; C A. com. 43.
ras 106-s. Henna. 167. H. & O. 115'.. C. R. I. A
P lSIVi.C. M. A St. Paul 1371, Manhattan I37X,
Pacific Mail44. Atcbisou com.. W. U.
Tel. Co. 95, N. Y. Central 164tt. L. & N.
ln2K. B. R. T. eo. RdR. com. 74. leather
com. 13V copper Atchison pfd. 104, (J.
S. Steel pfd 91, C. S. Steel common 42H,
Missouri Pacinc Union Pacific common
lo;.'. coal and iron 70. Erie common 42'..
Wabash pfd 49f. Wabash com ... Can Pa
cific 113. Republic Steel common 21,, Re
public Steel ptd
LOCAL UABKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Qaotatlons on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed and FaeL .
Rock Island, Sept. . Quotations have var
ied little it any in any line daring the week
past. Market square has been quiet, the
absence of larse quantities of new oats that
usually come In at this time ot the year be-
log notaoie. in proauce me grocers report
tbe same scarcity that has existed through
the summer, and prices are accordingly
firm. Following are today's quotations in
the local market:
Butter-!reamery X'-c, dairy 17c .
Eggs Fresh 17c. .
Live Boultrv SDiins chickens 13.50 to 13
per dozen, hens 8c per pound.
vegetaoies roiatocs zac
Fruit Apples 50c to 60c per bushel.
rattle Steers to 87.00. cows and
keiters t2.oo to $5.oo. calves M.50 to 6.on.
Hogs Mixea ana Dutcners to. to o 78
Sheen Yearlings or over, per cwt. 150to
6.00, Lambs per head (5.00 to (7.00.
H. J. TOHER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main et t
Davenport, Iowa. ,
Telephone 407. .
ton Tuesday to take a course in the
.Northern Illinois college.
At the home of the bride's parents
Mr. and Mr. J. H. Vandeburg-h, oc
curred the marriage of their daugh
ter Margaret, to Taylor Ilennett,
of Daylis, Kev. Craine othciating.
The bride and groom were the recipi
ents of many beautiful presents. The
couple moved to Valparaiso, where
they will attend college.
Foster, Sept. 4. Miss Aleta Harger
returned to her home m Muscutine
Monday, after visiting over rimidav
with her friends. Misses l'earl Wat
son and Pearlie Ilowser.
Miss Heulah Miller arrived home
from Kansas last Thursday evening
after an extended stay with relatives.
Her health was much improved by
the change of climate.
Mr. find Mrs. Fred Krneger are the
proud parents of a new daughter,
oorn the. 3()th ult.
Miss Lillie Workman went to
Petersv.ille, Sunday, and opened the
fall term of school Monday.
The Sunday school convention helJ
at the German M. E. church Suiulay
was quite largely attended and the
program was well carried out. It
is hoped that much good may result
from t hes meetings of Sunday s chool
workers, and that better " methods
may be established in the Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Len Mctjinnis are re
joicing over the arrivul of their first
born, a baby boy, which made its
advent the 2(ith.
Miss Minnie Myers returned to
her duties ns stenographer in Chi
cago Tuesday, after a visit of n few
weeks at the parental home. Iler
sister Mis Nellie will remain at home
until the holidays.
Miss l'earl Watson entertained
about twenty of her friends last Fri-
darv evening. The-time was pleas
antly spent in social converse, games
and music. Each lad3' was request
ed to bring a pie, and when the time
arrived the boys were called to se
lect the pie they wished to eat. ami
then took for partner the lady who
brought, the pie.
Mrs. Frank Fox and little sons
spent a week at the home of Mrs,
Fox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .lohn
Zollner, and returned to their home
at Western, Iowa, Tuesday.
Miss Kate Foster - opened the
spring term of school at White Oak,
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Oakley
McCiinnis are extending congrntula-
ums since the arrival of a little
daughter, born the 31st ult.
Miss Uessie (iillett went to Hael
Dell Tuesday where she is engaged
o teach the spring term of school
Mrs. Frank llrogan arrived from
Iowa C'itv last Wednesday evening to
spend a week with her parents, MY.
and Mrs. Herbert Foster. She ex
pects to return home this week uc-
eompanied by her litt.Jv daughters.
Mtn and Adelle. who have spent
several months with their grand
A large company of r red relilnians
friends met at his home Saturday
evening to assist him .in celebrating
his birthday anniversary. All pres-
nt report a very pleasant time.
The Wrayville -school opened Tires-
davwith Miss Deulah Miller as teach
Port llyron. Sept. 4. Ed Ilollistcr.
on account of sickness, hr.s returned
ome from Chicago.
Mrs. J. W. Sinflonson and son De-
ore arrived home from Chautauqua,
, l ., t ednesilay.
Dr. and Mrs. Sensibaujrh have rc-
urned from their trip to Iowa.
Mrs. Lou Brown and daughter
nine up from Davenport to visit with
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Alsbrow.
Mrs. C. C. Itabcock, of Canada, came
o visit with Dr.. and Mrs... Johnson.
Mrs. E. C. lj'r;,anit;)iildren Ed
.ard aud Polly w'iti, leave next Mon
av for Champaitrn. reachintr there
n time for the opening of school. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Wemlt. after
making a trip around the lakes ot
Wisconsin and Michigan, reached
home Wednesday evening.
Capt. and .Mrs. 11. t. trent have
ft for a viit with friends in 'Ne
Miss Mary Trent has returned from
Malta. 111., after makinir a pleasant
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
. S. Schafer. She likewise attend-
d camp meeting at Franklin Grove.
Mrs. Lewis Cool, of Kock Island,
nd Miss Lillian Candler, of St. Louis,
anie to visit a couple of days with
Miss Millie' Cole. Miss Candler has
bet-n spending the summer in Denver,
nd is now on her way home.
Joslin, Sept. 4. Miss Margaret
Crompton spent Saturday with Miss
Jojin Brown and sister, Nettie, were
n llock island eunesuu..
The weather beiner quite favorable
he last week a great amount of
hreshing has been done.
The ball game ' Saturday last oc
ween Hed Caps and Colona resulted
n favor of Bed Caps. Score. 5 to 3.
Mr. Heald and daughter Mmnte arc
isilinir in Davenport.
-Mr. ami Mrs. Levi Knowlcs and
amilv are visiting at Leslie llanna s.
Mariou Walker returned home from
his trip to the west.
Bev. and Mrs. Busey spent Sunday
with Mrs. Dave Adams.
A large crowd attended the Eben-
ezer enmp meeting Sunday last.
EUle Walker wiis in Kock Island
Mrs. William Payne spent several
davs with her son Frank.
Mr. and Mrs. Coursev's tftle daugh
ter fell from a pile of lumber and was
Daciiy hurt, -
Mrs. Frank Tinsman visited the last
week in Moline.
Mrs. C. M. Hubbart and sons return
ed home Friday, after spending sever
al days at Joslin.
The following schools onened Mon
day: Oak Tree, tausrht bv Mis 'o
burg; Willow Dale, taught by Miss
Souih Heights, Sept. 4. Mr. and
Mrs. .lames Sharp visited for a few
days with relatives in Green Kiver.
Miss Margaret lrvin is spending a
lew uavs wun relatives near l oloiiu.
Mr. apd Mrs. S. Carter left Satur
day for their home in Indianapolis af
ter a visit. with Capt. C. G. Dack and
Mrs. Goodlier and Mit-s Glenna Mof-
fit left for their. home at New Sharon,
Low.a, after a short visit with "II. K.
Walker and family.
Mrs. Ottoman and daughter, Mrs.
Chrowder, of Moline, and Mrs. Allen,
of Chicago, visited with Mrs. George
Wood, Sr., Wednesday.
Miss Amelia Slater and Miss Stella
Graham are ivsiting friends in Aledo
Miss Elsie Elliott is spending the
week at the home of D. J. Kennedy.
About 20 young people surprised
Miss Bessie .Johnson at her home
last Saturday afternoon, the occasion
being her birthday. A very pleasant
time was spent.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Kruse spent Sunday
with relatives in Andalusia.
Miss Stewart, of Norwiood. is spend
ing a few days with Miss Bettie' lr
vin. School will be resumed Monday,
Sept. 8, with Miss Mabel Friestat in
charge of the older pupils and Miss
Clara Kcdeker of the. primary room.
The teachers and pupils of our
chools are having. a sociable on the
lawn of B. II. Bedeker for the benefit
f the school library this af
ternoon "and evening. Ice cream
and caKe will be served. It is a w;r
thy object andtought to be well pat
ronized. NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Joaquin A. A'argaa has tweu-appointed
vice consul for the republic of Mex
ico in Chicago.
A woman anarchist. Frieda Schroe
der. committed suicide in New A'ork
and for a time it -was believed tbe
body was Emma Goldnura's.
Lieutenant Henry Watterson, Jr.,
pon of t".i" Louisville editor, has been
fw-ed to recign from the army because
he drew his pay twice.
At the animal meeting of the Amer
ican Hide and Leather company in
New Jersey the old board of directors
The total amount contributed at Chi
cago on Lalor Day to the striking
coal miners was -$184.108.40.206.
The strike at Florence, Italy, has
- I,ord Conneuwra (Itobert I'ourke),
nnder secretary for foreign affairs, is
dead at Loudon, aged 70 years.
Will Core Stomach Ache In Five Mlnntes
This is just what Painkiller will do;
try it. Have a bottle in the house
for instant use, as it will save you
hours of suffering. Watch out that
the dealer does not sell you an im
itation, as the . great reputation of
Painkiller (Perry Davis'),, has induc
ed many people to try .to make some
thing to sell, said to be "just as good
t-s the genuine."
Fet Swollen to Immense. Slue.
"I had kidney trouble so bad," says
J. J. Cox, of A'alley A'iew. Ky., "that
I could not work; my feet were swol
len to immense sie and I was confin
ed to my bed and physicians were un
able to give me any relief. My doctor
finally prescribed Folej-'s Kidney
Cure which made a well man of me."
Sold by all druggists.
No need to ,fear sudden attacks of
cholera infantum, dysentery, diar
rhoea, summer complaint of any sort,
if you. have Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry in the medicine
tlow Art Your Kidneys t
Dr. Bobbs' Snanurns Pills core all kidney ills. Pam
ela tre. Add. bierUus UemeOr Co..Cbioaso or N. Y-
rUR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A dappled bav-fllly S-rears old.
a standard bred trotter, broke single and
double and as perfect as they grow: also a
rubber-tired road wagon and band-made
set of black harness, both as good as new.
Apply S06 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE Machinery. One 15-horse up
right steam engine, one 10-horse upright
steam engine in first-class running order,
US-horse steam engine: 2.3, 6.8,12. IB. 24-horse
gasoline engines. All in first-class order,
ready to be delivered in ft davs Two
100-horte power bolless. lull fronts. In
first-class order and ready to be delivered
la 24 hours. Apply at 319-321 Nine
teenth street, Moline Seal and Stamp
Works, Moline, 111. Phone 23-23, long dis
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctly. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business,' marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthing of interest. One call will prov
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
Ito in P. m. 7( Fourth avenue.
MONET TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon E. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell A Lynde build-
" lng. Rock Island.
MONET TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property for
sale or rent. W. I Coyne, S30 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical in
atrumenta, 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
atore prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location, 1623 Second avenue. Don't forget
If Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
School Shoes J
! That Wear.
"Wliy not get good shoes for tlie boys, they
cost a trifle more than so-called bargain X
school shoes, hut are cheaper in the end.
We a.re Showing the Usher Make of Boys' Shces
X Conceded the best make.
Usher's Little Gent's Satin Calf, 1 OC
5 sizes 9 to 10
Usher's Youth's Satin Calf
Usher's Boy's Satin Calf,
J sizes 2j tool
THE LEADER. "5
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Bell boys at the Harper house.
WANTED Three or tour good carpenters.
Apply to weyernauser & uergsirum.
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Aaaress vuaier
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED - Men to distribute samples with
ho-Ne and wagon and no collecting, steady
employment and good pay. ' American
Wholesale company, 385 Wabash avenue,
WANTED -A reliable man ot good address.
one whd has naa experience in selling in
vestment! securities preferred. Address
the Indian Kiver Commercial company,
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making specialty to me grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company, Decatur,
111. None but first-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED Men tor salesmen. Local or
traveling. We employ on both salary and
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will yield good income. Our salesmen
make from HO a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. G. Chase Co.,
Geneva. N. Y.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Practical training, free work, expert in
structionf. Eight weeks required. We
present tools, pay Saturday wages, guar
antee positions. 'Siecial inducements to
applicants from distance. Write today.
Moler college, Chicago, 1.1 L
WANTED Trustworthy person in each
county to manage Dusiness. oiu tsidmwu
ed house, solid financial standing: straight
bona fide weekly cash salary (18 paid by
check each Wednesday, with all expenses
direct from headquarters; money advanc
ed for expenses. Manager, 370 Caxton bldg.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Girls to strip tobacco at Dolly's
WANTED An experienced waitress at 1603
WANTED A girl for general housework at
Uhla seventn avenue.
WANTED A girl for general housework at
Ml i weniietn street.
WANTED Girl for Reneral housework. Ap
ply 73 Thirty-ninth street.
WANTED A girl tor general housework.
uoou wages. Appiy at zs,t sixteenth street.
WANTED A woman cook. Best of refer
ences. Address Grand hotel, Colfax, Iowa.
VANTBD Competent girl for general
housework In small family. Apply at a
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework Good wages. Apply at No. 880
WANTED A competent - girl for general
housework. Applv at T2I Seventeenth
street. Mrs, J. v. Potter.
WANTED Ladies to learn hairdressing.
manicuring, massatre or chiropody. Four
weeks required. Write today. Moler Col
lege, Chicago. 111.
WANTED Situation In Rock Island bv a
young man IS years old. high school gradu
ate, uooa piano piaver. aesi or reier
ences. Address C. H. L.. Qulncy. 111., care
Diamond Jo oftlce. before Sunday, Jept. 7.
WANTED Two gentlemen boarders In pri
vate family at 26 Twelfth street.
WANTED A loan of fl.MO: three or fire
years: good real estate security. Address
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
If you sell Stark trees. Louisiana, Mo.;
Danville, N. Y.
WANTED To buy gymnasium outfit suita
ble for use by a class of boys. Address "J
20," Argus, with particulars.
WANTED A 6-room fiat or dwelling with
modern beat if possible. Central location
desired. Address immediately to "S. 88,"
WANTED An established wholesale house,
recently Incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary 1100 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.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A diamond brooch Friday evening
between Ninth and Thirteenth streets on
Fourth avenue. Finder please return to
1331 Fifth avenue and receive reward. . .
LOST On the trolley excursion Thursday
night, a heart shaped silver locket with
monogram A. P. u. containing two pictures.
Finder please leave at Argus office and be
INSURANCE on dwellings and household
goods a specialty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest rates C. R. Chamberlin,
Mitchell & Lynde block. Phone 1030.
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 33-35, Mitchell Si Lynde building.
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property SO cents per 100 one year, 40 cents
per 100 three years. (So cents per HOOtlve
years. Call or address C R. Chamberlin
Agent, Mitchell & Lynde 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,
1615 Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
IF YOO WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage help or secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can
do It for you. Mail wants are popular and
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' per word is the price to all alike, cash In
advance. 8-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Saturday Mail, Moline, I1L
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perience places us In a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of dally papers
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ties in the mail order and agency snpply
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FOR KENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for gentle
men at No. 15114 Third avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 1403 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 527 Twentieth street
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences at T29 Seven teetitn street.
FOR RENT Furnished front room In cen
tral location. Inquire at 1119 Third ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms to
COUpie WUDOUl CDLlurcu oiu riiim die-
nue. Apply down stairs.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences. Also nrst-ciass tame
board at 1 Second avenue. Phone 1389,
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A new convenient flat of three
rooms at iua r uiccuiu klx cci.
FOR RENT Two stores at 1702 and 1701
FOR RENT An eight-roohi Hat on Fourth
avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets, with all modern conveniences
FOR RENT -An eight room house on First
avenue, between Nineteenth and Twen
tieth streets. Call at 508 Twelfth street.
FOR R""NT A house ot seven rooms with
b th. located on Sixth avenue and Twentv
eighth street. Inquire at No. 525 Twenty
FOR RENT A small fruit and truck farm
with 6-room house, good out buildings.
welL rlstero. etc , in South Rock island.
ner Ninth street Apply to Theo. Hohlort.
FOR RENT-One.acre of ground with a tine
7-room house heated by furnace. Cistern,
well, large b irn. brick chicken house, all
in good repair, $15. inquire 101 ii Second
FOR RENT Good store room at 221 Twenti
eth s'reet, suitable for pointing office, com -mission
business, etc. Formerly used bv
Charles Hansgen as feed ftore. Inquire
above Hammond Packir-g company, Twcn-tv-fourth
street. Third avenue.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with
small house and barn in outh Heights.
For particulars call at No. 909 Seventeenth
FOR SALE PRO PERTT.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twentv-second street addition.
For terms inquire of R S. Dart, Jackson &
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE -An excellent home newly built
and completelv modern Seven rooiu-s.
bath, gas. furnace, large corner lot Kixlift
feet. A bargain at 3 100. location is ex
cellent. See Goldsmith & Mcliee.
FOR SALE Bargains, some lare ones in
lots In Edgewood park. Also bargaics in
. 1-U8 and dwellings in difterent parts of
the city. List vour property and bring
your insurance to C E. Taylor & Son.
FOR SALE-room house on Thirty-first
street near Fifteenth avenue. Near Em
street car line, splendid good house big
lot with nice fruit trees. This is a nice
home and can be lxught for 1.500. H. K.
Walker, under Rock Island National bank.
FOR SALE -A 10-acre fruit farm, acknowl
edged to be one of the finest in Rock Is
land county. One and one-half miles from
city limits.' Will take some city dwelling
property in exchange. Parties going to
retire. Appl to Reidy Bros., 4 Mitchell &
FOR BALE Sixteen; houses in different
parts of the city. They run from four to
six and seveu rooms each, and in price
from t00 to 11.300. Thev can be bought on
the monthly payment plan. It will not be
necessarv to pav over tlOO down and in
some esses less. H K. Walker, under Bock
Island National bank.
FOR SALE B-room houeon Eighth avenue
near Twenty-Iourta street. Has furnace,
hot and cold water, bath, closet: has lot 62
xi35, nice fruit and shade trees, a verv
beautiful place. Cost owner 5.200. Can be
bought if taken soon for at least (1.000 less
thau ft c st. Ifs a bargain. H. K. Walker,
under Rock Island National bank.
FOR SALE Stock farm. Best stock farm
in Green countv, Iowa, must be sold In 3o
davs and can "be bought at a bargain on
easy terms. There are 410 acres, close to
school, rural mail, telephone, fair houe,
large barns, cribs, orchards, and in excel
lent neighborhood. Price f52 50 per acre.
Write at once to George H. Gallup, Jeffer
FOR SALE Lots in Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth, and Seventh
streets, are 4-'xliS feet with 80-foot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lying on
limestone rock. , An abundant supply of
SiVe water can be bad at a small expense
y drilling 80 feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 20 feet apart along the curb. If
?ou are interested in a cheap building lot,
he price and terms that these lots are of
fered for will suit you. Call or address S.
J. Woodin. 9H First avenue.
FOR SALE Choice bargains in building
lots, cottages and houses, or sale in all
farts of the city; bouses rented; rents col
ected: money to loan on real estate se
curity at current rates: Ure and tornado
insurance written in oldest and most re
liable companies: w also have some good
real estate investments netting 8, 9 and 10
percent: list your property with us, we
can sell it: telephone 4573; we are In our
office every Saturday evening the year
around. I f you want to buy or sell proper
ty you will save time and money by com
ing direct to our oflice. over People's Na
tional Bank. Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE Lots. I will seU what Is re
maining of the beautiful residence lots lo
cated on Sixth avenue between Twenty
eighth and Thirtieth streets at $550 and
UnO per lot. These lots are the cheapest In
the city. All are connected with city wat
er and sewer and have shade trees, within
one block of Seventh avenue car line and
two blocks of red and blue lines. It is
g-si '-illy conceded that the Rock Island
j-ailwav will again occupv the yards whicti .
thev abandoned, which will have the effec
ot e'nhancing the price of these lots at least
so per cent, making this an opportune time
tobuvthe few remaining lot above de
scribed. For further Information call on
E. J. Burns, room II. Mitchell St Lynde
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