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TIIE AUGUS, rKIPAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1902.
Its Ideal Farm Life will attract you, and
13he SETTLERS' RATES
IX SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER VIA THE
and connecting lines are surprisingly low.
From Chicago From
Rates from other points equally low, lands
cheap, markets good, a winterless climate.
Write for literature. "California Industries"
will be helpful.
Address a Postal to
W. G. NEIMYEE, GEN AGT SOUTHERN PACIFIC
193 CLARK STREET, CHICAGO
EST FOR THE
If yon haven't a regular, 7ieUfcT movement of the
bowels every ilav, you're ill or will be. Keep you;
I towels open, and be well. Force, in the shap of
; violent phytic or pill poison, is danirom. The
: imootheflt. easiest, most perfect way of keeping
. the biweh clear aud cleau is to take
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Plcaxtnr, Palatable. Potent. Tn1o Oood, ro
O'xkI, Nevrr Sicken. Weaken orfiniif: l'. L-" ai.d
60 cent pr box. Writs fur free sample, and bN.k
lut on health. AJJrosa iSi
Sterling Remedy Company. . Chicago r New Yor:.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLFM
is acknowledged to be the lest for
all bladder and kidney diseases,
stomach trouble and rheumatism.
THE GRAND HOTEL
offers the best accommodations, and
the original springs is located with
in the grounds.
For rates tnd other information
Grand Hotel. Colfax, fun.
The Most Perfect
That C-Jii Be Found Is
cures all kinds of blood trouble, Livet
and Kidney trouble, Catsrrch and Rheu
matism, by actir. on ilia tlood, liver and
kidneys, by purifying tlie tlood, and con
tr.ins medicines that pass off the im
purities. ........ .-;
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Big Four Route
Announces a rate of
ONE CENT PER MILE
From all oints of its system, to
G. A. 'R..
mrnt Tickets will le on sale Oct. 3rd to
6th. 1902. inclusive. Good to return
leaving Washinston not later than
midnight of Oct. 14, 1902, with pro
viso that upon d posit 01 tne ticKet
with ioint asrent prior to noon of Oct.
15. l'J02. and payment of a fee of 50
cents per ticket at time of deposit, an
extension of return limit may be se
cured to leave Washington to and in
eluding Nov. 3, 1902. .
For full information regarding tick
ets, rates and time of trains, call on
agents "Big Four Route," or address
the uncrsigned. -.
ALLEN M. NYE. T. P. A.
St. 1 .011 is From Omaha
Chicago, Sept. 19 -Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and dosing quotation
la today' markets:
Sept.. 721,; 74: 72',: 73V
IH-c, tW'i: frS'i: tJ4.
May. ttsi 701,; 70!
Sept., S8! J: .9; 58S; 59.
Dec, 43',; 44',: 43 ; 43'4 .
Way. o; 4i; 40': 40'.
Sept.. 2CB: MH: 2',:2o'.
Sept. new, 32: 3--': 3lj: t.
life, new, 30Vi: Mo'-,: 3o--; 30',i.
Way, 31' 31?.; 31H: 3H--.
Sept., 16.17: IB. 17: 16 15. 16 15
Oct., lfl.la; l(i 37; Iti 15; its St
Jan.. 14 95; )5t: u (hj 15 ho
May. 14.33; 14.25; 14. 12; 14 i5.
Sept., 10.00: 10.65; It) ro 1P.C2
Oct., 0: y.ni; 9. O: U t,S
Jan.. 8.47: 8 Ml. 8 45 M 47
May, 8.05. 8.17; 0.02; S.U5.
Sept.. 10 70: 10 87: 10 70; 10 87.
Oct., 10.00; 10.15: 9.92: 10. lb.
Jan,, 7 8 7 : 7.93: 7 85: 7 90
May, 7 62: 7 63: 7 (S3: 7.63.
Receipts todav: Wheat 185 corn 450, oats
2)5. hogs lonoo, cattle 4,ooo. sheep o.itio.
Hog market opened with prospects easier.
Hoks left over 8.800.
Light. 7.itXii7.75: mixed and butch
ers, 7.1537.85: good heavy, t7.C0&7.87; rough
Cattle market opened slow.
Sheep market opened strong
Union stock yards 8:4i a. m.
Hog market opened sluw to SS.irc lower.
Light. 7.uuf&7.tjT: mixed and butchers. 7 05
ai: good Heavy. Mooi.7.b0: rough heavy,
cattle market opened slow a-a steady.
Beeves 4. IKfftS.OO. cows and heiters 1.50Q
5 00. Texas steers fcl. . stockers and
feeders f2.60tfe5.30. westerns t3 ftt &.". 3(J.
bneep market opened steady at yester
Hog market closed weak, especially lor
Light. J7.OMJ7.65: mixed and butchers. I7.C5
7 82: good heavy. io.woc7.75: rough heavy.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed slow.
Ksttmaied receipts Saturday: Wheat 185,
corn 450. oats 205, hogs ll.oou.
New Tork Stocks.
New York. Sent. 19. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. PaciflcTOV. sugar 131; C.&A. com. 42,
gas 107. 1'enna. 108. B. & O. 114',. C. R. I.
P 30SH.C. M. & St. I'aul iwe1,. Manhattan I38S.
Pacific Mail Atchison com.. 94S. W. U.
Tel. Co. 95i. N. Y. Central 164". L. & N.
lot. II. K. T. C9". Rug- com. iJS. leather
com. 144". copper 08'i. Atchison ptd U.
S. Steel pld 9IX. V. S. Steel common 41,
Missouri I'acltic 123. Union Pacific common
III1., coal and Iron 70S. Krie common 4IS.
Wabash Did 54. Can Pacttic 143H. Republic
Steel common 22-4, Republic Steel pfd. 81.
LOCAL MARKET COXOITION8.
Today's Quotations od Provlslona. IJva
Stock. Feed and FoeL
Rock Island. Sept. 19.-The following are
the quotations in the local market:
Butter Creamery 22c. dairy 17c.
Kegs Fresh 17c.
Live poultry Spring chicken 19 50 to 13
per dozen, hens 8c per pound, ducks 8c.
VegeiaDleH ruidiura -M
Fruit Apples 50c to 60c per bushel.
Cattle Steers 4.5) to rr.oo, cows and
heifers $2.00 to 5.00. calves 15.50 to 16.00.
Uogs Mixed and butchers I7.C0 to 17 75
' Sheen-Yearlings or over, per cwt. I4 60to
16 00. Lambs per head to.uo to (7.00.
H. J. TOHER. A. U ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
awu an ucnimoi any iom or locacco asing
eail,.-be ,nd? strong, magnetic, fnll of
new me ana -vigor cy taking mO-TO-BAC.
f iat malcM wa1r mn ..Mn .
, " j.i u Ram
ten pounds in ten days. Over B O O .O O O
cured. All druggista. Cure guaranteed. Book
RKMfiDY CO, Khicago or Mew York. 4J7
DISCUSS THE RATES
Head Consul Northcott and Oth
ers Lecture cn Frater
LARGE AUDIENCE AT THE ILLINOIS
Errors in Foundation of "Woodcraft
Pointed Out and Adoption
of Remedy Asked.
The seating capacity of the Illinois
Ihealre was tnxeil last eveniiir to nv
coiiiiuixlale those who liinu-il out to
hear the iliseiission tf the Wootlinii
rate read just men I iiestion by V. A.
Nort heoit,-1 he liead eonsul, ami K. K.
Murphy ami A. II. Talliot. respective
ly chairman and member jf the board
of directors, and arranged under 1he
auspices of the Woodmen of Hock
Island and Moline.
The main address was made by
Lieut, (iov. .Northcott. 'i lie rate
question is a complicated one and in
volves too many lonjj columns of fig
ures to form an ideal theme for an
address before n large audience. Ihi
Mr. Xorthcott threw his whole soul
into the effort and not or.lv succeeded
in making tne entire problem so clea
that anyone of ordinary intelligence
could understand, but he held the
rapt attention of his auditors and at
times awakened enthusiastic ap
The meeting was called to order
shortly after H o'clock by Mayor
Knox, who presided (luring Ihe even
ing. In opening the program the
mayor invited close attention to the
discussions that were presented, hold
ing litem to be of the greatest import.
Interspersing the addresses there
were numbers by the Hampton Man
dolin club and the Svea Male quartet.
Head Consul Makes I-one Address.
The head consul spoke nearly two
hours, lie Itad on lite stage the ta
bles that have been compiled at the
head office in this city with such an
exjicndit tire of labor and research
netting forth the experience of the
Woodmen bearing on nearly all the
phases of the insurance question.
Keferences to these aided greatly in
making clear the fundamental prin
ciples involved and the remedies that
are open for the correction of exist
After referring to the fact that
Woodcraft was bom in this vicinity
and that the members here have
therefore a prior right in determining
the policy of the order, the speaker
went to the foundation upon which
the society is founded. This, he de
clared, is made up of brotherly love
and organization. In other words,
fraternity and business. The frater
nal part, he showed, is sound in every
respect, but the latter involves in the
aggregate an obligation on the part
of the membership to collect and pay
to beneficiaries the sum of $1,100,000,
0OO. This is one of the greatest con
tracts ever undertaken. The defec
tive portion of the foundation, the
governor claimed, is that which does
not compel the payment by each
member of the cost of his insurance.
Fraternal Insurance Is Tonne.
Cluing back to the history of other
fraternal insurance societies, the
speaker pointed out that it has been
but .'54 years since the.system had its
bit lit. and owing to the shortness of
Ihe time there is little wonder t-ha?.
perfection has not been attained.
Then he toll of the crudeness of the
knowledge on the question that ex
isted when the Woodmen society wa;-.
formed. The fact that the society
had lived and thrived in the past was
shown to .have been due to the main
taining of a per cent increase an
nually in the number of members,
nearly all young an I sound. A table'
was. used to show that at the end of
10 years the addition of over 1.000,000
members annually will be required to
keep the order in its present condi
tion. Double-headers were shown to
have proved disastrous in driving
away the younger members. A sys
tem in which the old members are
taxed what their insurance actually
costs, it was made clear, would drive
out the men who have built and mad"
the order what it in.
Then the speaker exhibited the ta
bles setting forth the level .rate, thJ
step rate and the table that had re
ceived the recommendation of the re
adjustment commjttee for a small
reserve to take' the burden from
shoulders of the older members. All
were explained with great clearness
and the head consul, while not de
claring in favor of any plan, asked
that the membership instruct the del
egates to the next head camp at In
dianapolis to Wrk for some plan that
will be adequate to place the order
upon a sound and safe basis that shall
insure its perpetuity.
Director Talbot's Address.
Director A. H. Talbot was the next
speaker. He said that he would not
attempt a lengthy address in view of
the admirable manner in which the
head consul had presented the ques
tion. However, he wished to mak?
reference to the way in which the
sentiment in favor of some form of
readjustment has developed since the
recommendation of the committee ap
pointed at the last, head camp has
been made public. He believed that
90 per cent of the members now clear
ly see the necessity of increasing the
rates. Mr. Talbot also entered a vig
orous denial to the allegation on th
part of some that the head officers
are interested in securing the adop
tion of any particular plan.
Chairman Mnrpny Talks.
E. E. Murphy spoke last and brief
ly. He' mentioned the growth of the
popularity of fraternal insurance so
cieties, among which the W. A.
stands preeminently at the head, and
spoke of the remarkable success that
has been met with by the present
head consul and head clerk in mak
ing the order what it is. He decried
the idea that they have anything but
the best interests of the society a
stake and declared his confidence in
the ability of the rank and file o"f th-
membership' t make a safe and sat
isfactory solution of existing difficul
ties. This evening the head consul. Head
will address a meeting under the aus
pices or the Davenport Woodmen at
the Turner Craml ojwra house in that
fit v. ' -
The l'ittsburgs, twice champions -f
the -National league, sit the close of
the present season play a series if
seven games with an all-star team
composed of the best -to be found .
the American league. Two games
are to be played in Chicago, one ;n
Cleveland, one in Columbus, two ii
Pittsburg and one at Terre Haute.
The proceeds f ihe series are to In
divided 00 and 40 per cent. ,Ie Caa
tillon. the well known umpire. ho has
been handling the matter, announced
that the deal was complete. Among
those he names for the all-star team
are Cy Young, .limmie Collins. J.a
joie, Hickman, lsbell, Wallace, Sulli
van, McFarlan.l. Heidrick and Wad
dell. It is claimed by lliose on the
inside that each player named will
be required to put up $loo to make .'.
purse which will go to the winning
team along with the big end of the
The Kock Island .TfYd Davenport
lawyers meet tomorrow afternoon in
the Davenport ball park for the third
and last game of the series of the
present season. Having already won
two of the games the local team will
play the third as a matter of cour
tesy, rather than for the serious pur
pose of giving the Davenporters an
Pitcher Ed Smith, of the Kock Isl
and team, writes a letter of acknowl
edgement and thanks for his portion
of the $100 in gold donated bv the lo
cal followers of the game, and adds
that he became a benedict at lloches-
ter, I ml., his home, Sept. Id.
Larry Schafly, formerly with Terr-
Haute, played right field for the Chi
cago Nat iona Is yesterday. In the same
game, for Cincinnat i. Mot rissey. shiiri
stop for Uackford this season, cover
ed st cond. Doth men arc spoken of
as fast players by the critics.
llackett ami Weaver were the bat
tery for St. Luujs. against Dittsburir
vesterilav The Pirates won 7 and i.
President Sexton yesterday sent
out notices for the meeting of the
Three-I league directors for thr
awarding of the pennant, to be held
it Kockford Oct. 1.
NEWS OF RIVER.
8 a in.
Prairie du Cmcn ...
Des Moines Kauids.
St. Louis 8U
Kansas City SI
The .1. W. Van Sanr and Lye
Kant were down with loirs. Tl
anil Winona were north and si
The stage of water was '2:'.''t
ami the temperature at noon
A Boy's Wild Hide for Life.
With family around expecting him
to die, and a son riding for life, IS
miles, to get Dr. King's New Discov
ery for consumption, coughs and
colds, W. H. Brown, pf Leesville, Ind.,
endured death's agonies from asth
ma, but this wonderful medicine gave
instant relief and soon cured him.
He writes: "I now sleep soundly ev
ery night." Like marvelous cures of
consumption, pneumonia, bronchitis,
coughs, colds and grip prove its
matchless merit for all throat and
lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles
50c and $1. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
Take Care of the Stomach.
The man or woman whose digestion
is perfect and whose stomach per
forms its every function is never sick.
Kodol cleanses, purifies and sweetens
the stomach and cures positively and
permanently all stomach troubles,
indigestion and dyspepsia. It is the
wonderful reconstructive tonic that
is making so many sick people well
and weak people strong by conveying
to their bodies all of the nourishment
n the food they eat. Uev. J. II. Hol-
laday, of Holladay, Miss., writes: Ko
dol has cured me. I consider it the
best remedy I ever used for dyspep
sia and stomach troubles. I was giv
en up by physicians. Kodol saved my
life. Take it after meals. All drug
Health for 0 Cents.
skin, bright eyes, perfect health
Cascarets-Candy Cathartic will ob
tain and secure therh for you.' Genu
ine tablets "stamDed C C. C. Never
sold in bulk. All dru'esists, xoc.
Ofl HIS WESTERN TRIP
President Roosevelt Begins
ITINERARY TO BE FOLLOWED
Will Include a Number of States in
Which Speeches Will
Oyster Hay, Sept. U. The presiden
left for New York on board the Sylph
at l:::o 1 his morning, accompanied by
Mrs. Uoosi-vclt. Alice and Kthel. The
president starts from New Jersey on
his western trip at X':ll this after
noon. Oyster Kay, X. i".. Sept. 19. Secre
tary Cortclyou yesterday made public
uu outline of the president's tour to tlu
northwest Sept. W to Oct. 7, whic-L
gives the following iiitineiacy : Tlu
president and party left Oyster Ray at
a. m. today. The lirst public stor
scheduled is at Cincinnati at lo a. in.
tomorrow, staying until midnight. Tlu
party will reach Detroit early the fol
lowing morning, and remain there un
til Tuesday morning. On Tuesday
brief stops will be made at l.ogansporr.
Kokoino. Tipton. Nobles ville. Indianap
olis and Muiicie. Ind., and three oi
four hours will he spent in Indiana
One hour will be spent in Ft. Wayne
and Milwaukee will be reached during
the night. He stays there until mid
night. About two hours will Ik' spent
at Lacrosse I hursday morning. St
Paul and Minneapolis will be visited
later in the day. On the IN'.th Sioux
Falls and Yankton will be visited in
the morning. Two hours will be speut
in Sioux ity. la., in the afternoon and
stops will be made at Arioii and Deni
son. Several points in Nebraska' will be
visited Saturday, including Kearney.
Grand Island. Hastings. Lincoln and
Fremont. Omaha will be reached late
in the afternoon and Sunday will be
spent quietly in Topeka. leaving there
before Monday noon. A brief stop will
be made at Lawrence. Kan., and Kan
sas City will be reached about noou.
II ere the nres'dent stavs four hours.
.Stops In Iowa.
A iiumberof brief stops will be made
on Sept. :! at points in Iowa, includ
ing Claiinda. Van Wert. Osceola. Des
Mobics. Oskuh osa and Ottumwa. Leav
ing Ottumwa during the night the train
A lii go by way of Keokuk. la.. Quincj.
Ills.. Ilaunib.-il. Louisiana and Clarks
villle. Mo., to St. Louis, arriving at the
last named place alioiit 4 p. in., and
leaving the following morning. The
train then passes through Illinois,
stopping at Springfield and arriving at
Chicago at N:yo a. m., Oct. Leaving
Chicago that night the train will on
Oct. 4 pass through Riichaiian. Niles.
Dowagiac. Decatur. Lawton. Kalama
zoo. Grand Kapids and .lackson. Mich.,
and Toledo and Sandusky. O.. thence
the train soes east.
The Chicago Reception Committer.
; Ht'faicjigo.i Sept- P-- Ephriam Philii
Rosenthal, secretary of the committet
arranging for the reception and enter
tainment of President U.'ioscvclt dur
ing his visit to Chicago next mouth
lias resigned his position suddenly. lit
took this step immediately upon tin
publication of a rumor that the House
clt committee contained one, and pos
sibly two. members whose sympathies
lea tied toward anarchism.
Rosenthal's name was coupled witL
the announcement that a city detective
was investigating the rejiort in such
a way that he could not but understand
that the inference was that he was tlu
man concerned. He decided to stei
aside. Max Rabinon". a member of on
of the entertainment committees, alsc
found himself connected with the gos
sip going the rounds because of his
friendship for Rosenthal, but he ve
hemently denied having any interest
in anarchists or their beliefs. He did
not tend"- his resignation.
FOR SALE- One-Borse coal wapon at Mauck
er's blacksmith shop, 300 Eighteenth street.
FOIl SALE House boat. Inquire at John
ston & Theus' hotel. 1(301 Fourt avenue.
FOR SALE Hlcycle. 9. Sterling chainless.
good condition Inquire at Kock Island
FOR SALE Must be sold lmmediatelv-tv
for a buggy in pood condition. Inquire ti
ter 5 r-. m. at 1920 Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE Household turniture. garden
tools and surrey Must be sold by Oct. 1.
Mrs. H. P. Ureenough, 1038 Twenty-Urst
FOR SALE Machinery. One 15-horse up
right steam engine, one 10 horse upright
steam engine in first-class running order,
25-horse steam engine: 2.3, 5. 8. 12, 16. 24-horse
gasoline engines. All in first-class order,
ready to be delivered in 5 davs Two
100-hone power boil ess. lull fronts, in
first-class order and readv to be delivered
ia 24 hours. Apply at 319-321 Nine
teenth street, Moline Seal and Stamp
Works, Moline, 111. Phone 2323, long dis
tance. BISINKSS OPPORTUNITIES.
moters of industries, real estate and loans,
business chances bought and sold, partners
furnished, special attention to the sale of
furnished houses, rooming houses, hotels,
cigar and news stands, groceries, meat
markets, dry goods stores, millineries, and
all classes of business, capital secured for
patents, stocks ot merchandise, etc. Ad
vance money to buyers on easy terms. If
you are looking for small or large invest
ments we can help you. or should you wish
to increase your bnsiness and wantcapital,
let us know. We give everything prompt
attention and guarantee satisfaction. Call
or write. Marks Husiness Co., 436 Good
lilock, Des Moines, la.
iNsnRAXCE on dwellings and household
goods a specialty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest rates C. R. Chamberlin,
Mitchell & Lynde block. Phone 1030.
IF YOTJ 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 & Lynde building,
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property SO cents per HOOone year, 40 cents
per 1100 three years. So cents per f 100 five
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,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone VSbi.
: P ,
4ft - t ; '
bined, Union Stamped.
' -fllfe LEADER,
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Office boy at the Lewis Rooting
WANTED Bell boys at the Harper house.
WANTED Competent draughtsman, good
tracer, to work as assistant. Kock Island
WANTED -Agents. A hustler can make
ifciM) per month. Address Equitable Retin
' ing company. Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTED First class floor molders. Write
at once. Maquoketa School Furniture
company. Maquoketa, Iowa.
WANTED Twenty laborers on government
work at Milan at $1.75 per day of eight
hours. Apply at government office, Milan,
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED Locomotive boilermakers and
helpers. Must be tirst-class men. M. E.
Hicks, superintendent Hicks Locomotive
A Car works, Chicago Heights. 111.
WANTED Two active young men at once.
Married men preferred. Good clean work.
Permanent Job. Call between 1 and 2 or
5 ana e p. in., room s, soi Twentietn street
WANTED A reliable man ot good address
one who has had experience in selling in
vestment securities preferred. Address
the Indian River Commercial company,
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
monev matin? sueciaitv to the grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company, Decatur,
111. None but first-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED Good machinists and boilermak
ers for work in western railroad soois.
Machinists with railroad experience pre
ferred. Steady work to competent men.
Transportation tree. Appiy to room od.
Rock Island house.
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 W0 a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. U. Chase Co.,
Geneva. N. V.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Steady practice by free work, expert in
structions, demonstrations, lectures and
splendid opportunities for graduates.
Tools presented, wages Saturdav. board
included Catalogue and particulars
mailed free. Moler Barber college, Chi
WANTED Trustworthy person in each
county to manaee business, old establish
ed house, solid financial standing: straight
bona tide weekly cash salary 918 paid by
check each Wednesdav. with all expenses
direct from headquarters: money advanc
ed for expenses. Manager, 379 Caxton bldg.
WANTED An established wholesale house,
recently incorporated, extending business,
desires'to engage compt-tenl manager tor
branch house, sialary inm per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest tl.000
in capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will lie guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A pantry girl at the Harper
WANTED A middle-aged woman for house
work at 918 Ninth avenue.
WANTED A girl to wash dishes at Larson's
restaurant, 1003 sieconu avenue.
WANTED -A good girl for general house
work at 831 Twenty-third street.
WANTED Girl for general housework at
-a bixteentn street, gooq wages.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Apply 10 airs. g. t . Kotn, 113 secona ave
nue. WANTED Hot to drive carpenter wagon.
inquire 18"0 t ourtn avenue or vm U'weniy
- first street.
WANTED Ladies to learn hairdressing.
manicuring, massage or chiropody. Four
weeks required. Write today. Moler Col
lege, Chicago, 111.
WANTED An old lady to assist with house
work in private tamnv. no ennuren. in
quire of Mrs. Allen. Thirtieth street and
WANTED Kimonas and dressing jackets
made to order at 1301 Fourth avenv;t.
WANTED Boarders and roomers at 2716
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
if you sell stark trees. Louisiana, Mo.;
Danville. N. Y.
WANTED Young married couple wants
two furnished rooms tor light housekeep
ing, state location and price. Address
E. 21," Argus.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A fox terrier with one black ear
short tail, answering to the name ot
Prince." Return to owner at 2S35 Sev
enth avenue, and be rewarded.
LOST Monday evening, a gentleman's sil
ver watcn wait nam movement witn
leather fob attached, in the neighborhood
of Fif th street and Fourth avenue on car
line. Finder return to Rock Island car
barn and be rewarded.
MONEY TO LOAN.
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, S30 Seventeenth
WANTED To loan money on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new numberand
location, 1023 Second avenue. Don't forget
it- Jones' second-hand store. Two tings
ANSWEKS TO WANT AIM.
ANSWERS to the following are at this omce
M. 16," "li. A. J;" -;C. 4" 3; "M flOJ;" "N.
This cut represents a slue
made up to stand the se-
vcre usage that a railroad
man subjects a slice to.
Box calf, wear proof lining-,
two full soles to heel, back 2
stav and pull strat com-
Opposite Harper Hovisc.
FOR KENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front room
at 1133 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished front room in cen
tral location. Inquire at 1119 Third ave
nue. TOR RENT Furnished rooms for ligl't
housekeeping, also sleeping rooms at 23i)
FOR RENT Furnished front room, modern
conveniences, in good locality. Address
"K," Argus office.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished front room
on car line and central location. Inquire
at ll'JO Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT One furnished room for light
housekeeping, suitable lor one person.
City water in room, at 527Twentieth street.
FOR KENT HOUSES.
FOR KENT Four rooms at 219 Ninth ave
nue. No children.
FOR RENT Two stores at 1702 and 17M
Third avenue. Apply at H. Treinann's
FOR RENT First floor of tour rooms, also
furnished front and bedroom, at 11 to Third
FOR RENT A 2 story 6-room house, nearlv
new. at 814 Twelfth street. Inquire next
FOR RENT Suite ot tour rooms on lirst
lloor with sewer and cit3- water at 27:!:i
FOR RENT A well furnished apartment of
several rooms for housekeeping. Address
"G 39.'" care Argus.
FOR KENT An eight room house on First
avenue, between Nineteenth and Twen
tieth streets. Call at 5( Twelfth street.
FOR RENT An 11-room house with bath
room. 2513 Eighth-and-a-half avenue. In
quire of H. M McCaskrin. Bengston block.
FOR RENT House of six rooms with mod
ern conveni-nces at 5iK Eleventh street.
Inquire ot .1. D. Heecher. SCO Seventeenth
FOR RENT -A storeroom with good cellar,
barn and rear vard at 1314 Third avenue.
Inquire of S. Baser & Co., Industrial Home
FOR RENT-Two store rooms centrally lo
cated. Will rent cheap if taken at onoe.
fan have one or both. Address
30." care Arcus.
FOR KENT FARMS.
FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with
small house and barn in Kouth Heights.
For particulars call at No. 909 Seventcentn
FOR SALK PROPERTY.
FOR SALK House and lot on Twelfth street,
house has tour rooms, lot 10x150 feet, paved .
l'rice soo. partlv on time it desired. In
quire at 1110 Third avenue.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twentv-second street addition.
For terms inquire of R S. Dart, Jackson Jt
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE Six room house with furnace,
bith. hot and cold water and gas. splen
did home. $3,500. On Twentv-thtrd stre-t
and Fifth avenue. H. K Walker, uniier
Rock Island National bank.
FOR SALE Bargains, some 1 are ones in
lots in Edgewood park. Also bargains in
lots and dwellings in different parts of
the city. List your propertv ami bring
your insurance to C E. Taylor & Son.
FOR SALE A number one good 6-room
house on Thirtv-tirst street aud Fifteenth
avenue. Beautiful 50x140 fo t lot with
fruit trees bearinc. It can be bought tor
l.30t. H. K. Walker, under Rock I -land
FORSALE-On Fifteenth street and Tenth
avenue new s-room house with water,
sewer, bath, has big attic and cellar under
whole house. It sold within 30 days will
go tor 2.tt50. H. K. Walker, under Rock
Island National bank.
FOR SALE A 10-acre fruit farm, scknowl-
eugea to oe one ot 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 SALE Stock farm. Best stock farm
in Green countv. Iowa, must be sold io 30
davs and can be bought at a bargain on
easy terms. There are 440 acres, close to
school, rural mail, telephone, fair hou e.
large barns, cribs, orchards, and in excel
lent neighborhood. Price $5 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 42x125 feet with 20-foot allev
and nine feet of good rich soil lying on
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
pure water can be had at a small expense
by drilling 30 feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 20 feet apart along the curb. If
you are interested in a cheap building lot,
the price and terms that these lots are of
fered for will suit you. 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: bouses rented; rents col
lected: money to loan on real estate se
curity at current rates: Hre and tornado
insurance written in oldest and most re
liable companies: we also have some good
real estate investments netting 8. W and 10
percent: list your property with us, we
can sell it: telephone 4o73: we are in our
office every Saturday evening the year
around. If you want to buy or sell proper
ty you will save time and money by com
ing direct to our office, 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 on Sixth avenue betweeu Twentv
eighth and Thirtieth streets at 550 and
tirti) per lot. These lots are the cheapest in
the city. All are connected with citv 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
gei ally conceded that the Rock Island
railway will again occupv the yards which
they abandoned, which will have the effec
ot enhancing the price of these lotsat least
50 per cent, making this an opportune time
to ouy the few remaining lots above de
scribed. For further information call on
E. J. Burns, room 11, Mitchell & Lynde
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
everthlng of interest. One call will prov
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
lto 10 p. m. 705 Fourth avenue. .