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TITE AUG ITS, MONDAY, NOVEMTVEll lO, 1902.
Chicago Dental Company
For Yoi. .
If you are in need of dental work
call on as before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and ,e our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to lit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
CLEANING FREE.- m.-.i
Cement fillings 23C
Bone filling 2SC
Platinnru tilling 60(
Silver fillings SOc
Gold fillings, 1 and up 1.00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5.00
fl5 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Bpeidel'a Drnr Btor.
DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
and Associate Physicians.
The Regular and Reliable
Specialists are Perma
nently Located in
Cures permanently the cases he
undertakes and sends the incurable
home without taking1 a fee from
them. This is why he continues his
practice year after year, while other
doctors have remained a few weeks
and have then left the city. .
jr " '
An eminently successful specialist
in all chronic diseases proven by the
many cures effected in chronic case3
which have baffled the skill of all oth
er physicians. These eminent speci
alists are permanently located in
Mitchell & Lynde Bldg.
Hours: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Sundays: 9 to 11 a. m.
Ilis hospital experience and exten
sive practice have made him so por-
ticient that he can name and locate a
disease in a very few minutes.
Treats all curable cases of Cat
arrh, Nose, Throat and Idling Diseases,
Kye and Ear, Stomach. Liver and Kid
neys, Gravel, Rheumatism, 1'aralysis,
Neuralgia, Nervous and Heart dis
eases, Bright's Disease and Consump
tion in early stage; diseases of I'lad
der and Female Organs. Stammering
cured and sure methods to prevent its
A never-failing remedy for Big
Every case of Pn.i-.S AND PRIVATE
DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
RUPTURE guaranteed cured with
out detention from business.
No experiments or failures. We un
dertake no incurable cases, but cure
thousands given up to die.
Perfected in old cases which have
been neglected or unskiMf 11II3 treat
ed. Consultation free and confidential.
One week's treatment absolutely
free to all who call within JO days.
DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
And Associate Physicians.
Rooms 49, 0 and 51
Mitchell & Lynde Building.
E. H. Ouyer, Alt. rcey.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Islacd County. I
In the Circuit Court of said County. la Chan
cm Foreclosure No 60CK
The Hock iH'atd Mutual Building, Loan end
John Coossens, Victoria Goosseos, Mary J
Notice is hereby River, that by virtue of
decree of said Court, entered in the above
entitled cause on the 22d day of octebor,
A. D. 1902. I shall, on Saturday, the S9tb
day of November, A. D., IW2, at the hour of
two o clock in the afternoon, at tne
North door of the Court Houe, In the
Cny oT Rock Island, in sa'id County of
Rock Island, to satisfy raid decree, sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash in bund, thit certain parcel or lana
situate In the Conntv of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
L." t N". tro (') .In block No one hundred
and Keventy-etght (178), in the towncffca&t
Oacd at Mo"ne, Illinois, this fourth day of
isovtmoer, a. u., 19 -2
WAITIB J. INT1KW,'
Ma'e' In Cbannerv. Kork Island County, 1 1
E. H. Gcrsa, Complainant's Solloltor. .
Made the Victim of Steam Appar
atus and a Rope Around
TBAGEDY OF BIG SHOWS TRAVELS
Monster Animal Becomes Mad Over
New York, Nov. 10. Mandarin, an
elephant of tite I5ninum & Bailey cir
cus, was executed by strangulation
Saturday on the mnlu deck of the
steamship Minneapolis. A 2-inch
hawser was placed In a loop around
Mandarin's neck and each end of the
hawser was fastened to the drum of
a steam winch. The engines were
started at the same time and ran slow
ly 'at flrst until the hawser was taut
about the animal's neck, when the
fjKed was increased and the hawser
Time of Execution.
Just i?.",-lit iiTiftutes after tne engines
had been started Mandarin was pro
nounced dead. The cage containing
the body was then taken out to sea
and sunk with a heavy load of railroad
Iron attached. Mandarin weighed five
tons and had recently become unman
ageable. TODAY'S MARKETS
Chicago, Nov. 10 -Following are tne open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotations
In today's markets:
Dec. TP: 71 : 7IS: 71
May, 73i;74;73!4-;73H .
Nov., 52i : 52 : f-2;
Dec. 50; 51: 50!. "S .
My, 42; 41 12.
Nov.. 29: 29!.
Dec. new. 3: 30 : 29 v. 30.
May, 31 -4 ; 3.; 31 S:
Jan.. 15.33; 15 35: 15.20: 15.20
May, 14.3--'; 14 3o; 14 30: 14.32
Nov.. 10 65: 10.65: 10 55: 10 10
Jan.. .": 0.27: .2 i."
May, 8.43; 8.4.1; 8. k-; 8.15.
Jan., P. 10: 8.10: 8.02: 8.07.
May, 7 tO; 7.02: 7 67: 7.60
Receipts toaav: Wheat 172 corn 125. oais
ZH. nogs 40,iiou; came so,cuu. sneep w.wj.
Hog market opened 5i0c lower.
Hoes left over 3 8oa
Light. tbMa.6h0; mixed and butch-
era. 1 8.00&6.G.1; good heavy, 15 ft.Vitti.C0; rough
heavy. 15.956. i5.
Cattle market opened loc lower.
Sheep market opened lower.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hoe market opened 5'duc lower.
Light, e5.yoaa.47: mixed and butchers. $8.C0
ejHO; pood heavy, 1.1.U53.B.OJ; rougu neavy,
Cattle market. 10c lower.
Sheep market 10c lower.
Hog market closed lev lower.
Light. t.wt&(. 45: mixed and on ten era. 86.00
CiCtrf; 'rood heavy. $5.90&6.GO; rough heavy,
Cattle market closed dull and weak.
Sheep market closed mostlv steady.
Estimated receipts 1 uesda'y: Mrbcat 2c5
corn 2M, oats 320. hogs Su.ooo.
New York Stocks.
New York. Nov. 10. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. PaciflcCG, sugar 115:0. AA.com. 32;,
gas 101 H. Henna. 157S. B. & O. 101 C. R. I. &
p j. M. &. St. Paul 181 H. Manhattan 1 3.1 Si,
Faciflc Mail 39Ji. Atchison com.. fc3!. W. J.
Tel. Co. eV N. Y. Central 1SI. L,. & N.
13ji. H. K. T. 60. Rdg. com. 58-. leather
com. 12. coptter 19. Atchison pid. U.
S. Steel ptd 84 Si. V. S. Steel common 374,
Missouri Paciuc Union Pacinc common
!0i,,coal and ironto. Erie common
Wabash ptd 45. Can Pacific 13li, Republic
Steel common 1S. Republic Steel.pld. 75H-
LOCAL MAKKKT CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations oo Provisions. Live
Stock. Feed and FaeL
Tnrir island. Nov. 10 Followinz are the
quotations on tee local maritt
Butter Creamery Kc, dairy 20c
TTtTtra ITresh 21C
i.rre noultrv-Sprlne chickens 9c ler
pound, nens oc per pouuu, uutas ot, tur&cjra
Veicetaoies rTJtaiocs. ouc i aot.
Fruit Apples 50c to 75c per bushel.
rattle Steers t4.f0 to rr.OO. cows and
heifers (3.00 to lo.OU. calves (5.00 to Sd.50.
Hon Mixea ana Duicners to.su 10 S7 -a
Kheeo Yearlings or over, per cwt. S3 00 to
3 Ml, jjtlQlUS yZ I UCdU CO U d.W.
. . -r 1 ........ At - . .e m .
Feed and FneL
Grain Corn old, 7072c new, 555c; oats.
new vc to 40c.
Porace-Timothy hay. SI0 to 113. prairie.
9 to 110, haled prairie 9. baled timothy. 1 12.
wooa iiaru. ucr ioia io.wji.
CoaiLump, per bushel 13c, Black, per
H. J. TOHEB.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main st
" Davenport. Iowa.
All the news all the time The
Argus. : y - ggd3
OLD MEN WHO ARE NOT OLD
Notable Exnmplea to n Povnl Betki
at Home and Abroad.
Much has been said during the past
few years about the Importance of
young men as leaders in finance, Indus
try and pontics, and the impression has
been cultivated that only young men
were fitted to do the great work of the
world in these progressive days. But
when we take a look around at the
men who are actually in the lend to
day in literature, science, politics, re
ligion and business we find much to
disprove this Idea that old nge Is a
Blgn of weakness and inefficiency.
In our own strenuous land we have
such men as Edward Everett Hale,
Theodore Cuyler and llussell Sage still
at the forefront In a multitude of ac
tivities, although all three of them
have left eighty years behind some
time since. In the sphere of national
politics we have such commanding fig
ures as Senators Hoar and Ilnwley,
both of whom must plead guilty to the
age of seventy-six, while the two illus
trious senators from Maine, Messrs.
Hale and Frye, are both men of many
years, the flrst named being sixty-six
and the other seventy-one. Our pres
ent secretary of state, Mr. Hay, is far
from lK'ing a youthful person, having
sixty-four years to his credit, while
Secretary AVilnon is older than that by
three years and Postmaster CJenernI
Payne is nearly sixty. Whitelaw Reld
of the Tribune Is sixty-five, and Drs.
James M. Ruckley and Lyman Abbott,
the veteran religious journalists, are
If we turn our gaze abroad, we find
equally strong testimony. It is Sir
John Alnl, verging on seventy, who
has bull the great Nile dam; it is Lord
Mil sham, verging on ninety, who has
Just appealed to the English govern
ment to overhaul the fiscal system;
Henry Labouchere, "Labby," the bril
liant editor of Truth, is a man of sev
enty; the keenest debater in the house
of commons is still Sir, William Har
court, in active opposition at seventy
four; Mr. John Morley is sixty-three,
and Joseph Chamberlain Is only four
years off seventy; Francis Joseph of
Austria was seventy-two last August,
Oscar of Sweden Is seventy-three, Leo
pold of Hclgium Is sixty-seven, and
King Christian of Denmark is eighty
four. The world's foreign relations
are In the hands of men over sixty
and seventy. I.ord Currle is sixty
eight. Sir Edmund Monsou is sixty
seven. Sir Charles Scott sixty-four and
Sir Frank Lascelles sixty. Lord Cro
mer, young enough to make another
lSg.vpt. is sixty also, and at the other
end of Africa a man of seventy reigns
as prime minister of the Cape. Les
Find fortune In Elks Teetb. 1
Eight hundred elks teeth in the
grave of an Indian chief, all splendid
specimens and susceptible of mounting.
were the wonderful find by a Philadel
phia curio hunter named Zimmerman,
Aylio has been gathering relics along
the canyon of the tortuous Snake river
for several months, says the San Fran
cisco Call. Zimmerman dug into the
grave, which was in a wild, barren and
remote country along the Snake river,
above Lewiston, Ida. Some distance
down he encountered several small
liones, which on examination proved to
be magnificent specimens of elks' teeth,
and on scooping away the earth with
his hands he found that a loose tunic
wrapped around the ex -chiefs skele
ton had leen literally crammed with
teeth, the best obtainable in the days
when elk were plentiful. Zimmcrmau
took his find to lewiston for shipment
to Philadelphia, keeping very quiet
about the discovery. One man to whom
he confided the secret in Iewiston of
fered him $10 apiece for the 400 with
the red streak.
Wniee on American Ships.
Beyond the larger first cost of Amer
ican built ships another weighty fac
tor in the finest Ion of how to revive
the America u merchant marine Is the
wide difference in shlplioard wages be
tween this country and its European
competitors. This difference in wages
is not characteristic of the high speed
mall steamers alone. In the report of
the commissioner of navigation for
1000 there Is a comparison'of the pay
rolls of the American cargo steamer
Pleiades and the ISritish cargo steam
ers Iidy Jolcey and Mascononio. all of
about 3.500 tons. The twenty-six offi
cers and men of the American ship re
ceive $1,215 n month, or $M.5 a year,
in wages. The thirty officers and men
of one British ship receive ?0C1 a
month, or $11.5.12 a year, and the thirty-two
officers and men of the other
British ship receive ?!7U a month, or
$11,751 a year. Practically the same
difference will le found in the wages
on lonrd American and British sailing
vessels. Wlnthrop L. Marvin in Scril-
a RlaxLlinaril XmiDinri1.
Perhaps the only rity school to have
a daily paper is the Xew York Tech
nical High School Ffw 51rls. This pa
per is called the World's News. Each
morning it has a new editor, who
makes a digest of the Important news
of the day to have ready nt the assem
bling of the school at D o'clock. The
news Is written in large letters on the
blackboard. The principal's directions
are that matters of national or Interna
tional importance are to be treated and
preferably those touching on eommer-.
cial affairs. His surprise was great,
therefore, when he saw the other
morning In large type the statement
that two young women had dancedi
themselves sick. To that editor that
was the most Important item of the
day. The news is not yet illustratedj
except with maps, dui a Eiereopiii.-uu
is to be placed In the assembly room,
and a friend of the principal has prom-'
ised to keep him supplied with slides'
for the "articles." New York Post.
Ihe SPORTING WORLD
Mlcnael to Ride Again.
When the cycle season opens next
spring, the public will find a big shake-
np in the relations Devn een managers,
riders and pacemakers. Schemes are
now being batched up some of which
may go through and others may not.
Among the riders, bUnson and Colo
nel P. O. Sheehan nave separated:
Elkes and, it Is understood, Bobble
Walthour have broken away from F.
L. Rowe; Albert Champion is said to
have severed his relations with James
C. Kennedy; Jimmy Morau and Watson
Coleman have parted company, aud
nearly all the other riders are looking
It is stated as a certainty, however,
that Jimmy Michael will be in this
country next season and that he will
be under the management of F. L.
Xevr Vauderbilt Raelnsj; Yacht.
Cornelius Vanderbilt, while he did
but little in the yachting way last sum
mer, has been seized with a yearning
for international honors in this branch
of sport and has placed with the Iler
reshoffs an order for the construction
of a big racing yacht, which is to be
ready next spring in sufficient time to
enable him to take part In the yacht
races at Kiel, at Cowes and in the
Mediterranean. In one word, Corne
lius Vanderbilt aims ' at becoming
known as the representative American
yachtsman abroad. The fact that he
Is the brother-in-law of Sir Michael
Herbert, the new British ambassador
at Washington, will staud him in good
stead with the royal yacht squadron
at Cowes. while his wife's entertain
ment of Prince Henry when the latter
was in this country will assure him of
a warm welcome at Kiel.
Kins;, the Cricket Champion.
J. B. King earned for himself the
title of champion all around cricketer
of America during the past season. His
record with both bat and ball this
season has been remarkable. He
stands at the head of both the batting
and bowling averages of the champion
ship series of games for the Halifax
cup. the trophy emblematic of the
championship of Philadelphia.
His record with the bat is 42.04 for
fifteen innings, with an aggregate of
&07 runs, while he has captured sixty
nine wickets at an average cost of 10.20
runs per wicket. He has scored double
figures every time he has been at the
wickets this season except once, while
the occasion when be has failed with
the ball have been rare indeed.
Kerne on Tnrf Gambling.
James R. Keene, vice chairman of
the Jockey club, declares that, in his
opinion, there Is too much gambling
and too little sentiment in connection
with racing in America. In heavy
speculation on horses, be says, there
Is a menace to the best interests of the
turf and that race courses should be
places of recreation and not seething
caldrons of money mad gamblers.
Horse racing should be a sport and not
Am to Hockey A ma tears.
The Canadian A. A. U. is dissatisfied
with the way In which the Amateur
Hockey league of this country is con
ducting this sport. The Canadians in
sist that the Americans are constantly
Importing their best players, and they
desire that the A. A. U. take charge of
hockey in order that Canada may have
the use of her own players.
Kalser'a Nw Schooner.
The Yachtsman of Loudon states
that Emperor William contemplates
commissioning the Ilerreshoffs to build
him a fast schooner, as he Is dissatis
fied with the performances of Meteor
III., and that Herr Watjens Is likely to
take a similar step wheu he disposes of
the yawl Kara hoe.
Keller AMer a "Clarar Slffn."
Manager Joe Kelley is taking a look
at the record of Pitcher Louis Bruce of
the Eastern league. He is a Mohawk
Indian, with a thirst for base hits. The
only thing that stands in the way of
Cincinnati taking him at once is the
price asked for hlra $2,000.
Mercer Roes to lletrott.
Winnie Mercer has affixed his name
to a Detroit contract for next season.
This means that he will not accept the
California offer. Mercer is ft member
of the 'all American team that will go
to the coast this falL
Murray leaves Eastern Lescne. .
Billy Murray, who has managed the
Providence team of the Eastern league
successfully for some years, has been
engaged to take charge of the Colum
bus team in the American association
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE
Sir Marcus Samuel was formniw
installed as lord mayor of London Sat
urday. The Siamese crown nrinee snent Sat
urday seeing St. Louis and the World's
Chicago school teachers nre'firolns? to
join the Federation of Labor.
An unidentified man killed himself
by jumping off the Brooklyn bridge.
1. E. Thompson, of Lincoln, TCeh..
has accepted the appointmentof United
.xtates minister to Brazil.
tlenerals (Vrbin and Wood and See-
retary Boot nil approve of the canteen
in the army.
Heivrv Pfiser. head cmrilener nt the
White House since the Johnson admin
istration, has been dropped.
It Is reported that King Leopold
of Belgium will marry again soon.
Early marriages of officers In the
army are opposed by Major General
Henry C. Cort-.In, adjutant general, in
his nnnual report.
Because Miss Burk would not en
courage his suit Homer Cramer shot
her and then ended his own life. She
William Webb, Jr., a timberman,
was assassinated while standing in
front of his home at Fourteen, W. Va.
The emperor of Germany arrived in
England Saturday, was warmly wel
comed by the people and is the guest
of his uncle. King Edward.
A boat containing five duck hunt
ers capsized n Bice lake, near Wase
ca. Minn. Pert Simons, of Waseca,
The Chapman & Dewey 1kx factory
at Jonesboio. Ark., was destroyed by
fire. I.oss. $150,000.
The election of Wilson (Dem.) for
congress from Arizona Territory Is con
ceiled. The safe of the II. S. Lundy bank
at Bock Island Tex., was blown into
by professional burglars. They se
cured several thousand dollars, exact
A Startling Snrprine.
Very few could believe in looking at
A. T. Hundley, a healthy, robust black-
siuiih. of Tilden, Ind., that for 10
years he suffered such tortures from
rheumatism as lew could endure and
live. But a wonderful change follow
ed his taking Electric Bitters. "Two
bottles wholly cured me." he writes,
"and 1 have not felt a twinge in over
a year." Thev regulate the kidnevs.
purify the blood and cure rheunia
tism, neuralgia, nervousness, improve
digestion and give perfect health. Try
them. Onlv 0 cents, nt Hartz & Flie-
mever's drug store.
EdoesteYour Haw els With Casearets.
Candy Cairrtic, euro constipation forever,
tOc a.. V:. CfaiUdruccisttfrefuodmoDe.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A lalvs diamond pin. A very lileral
reward win Ik. paul to lUe under at all
Kifjmeentn street, ana no questions asiteu
MEN Our illustrated catalogue explains
Dow we teacn barber iraae in snort time.
mailed tree, Moler college, cnicago. 111
ANY man or woman may increase their io
rome I0 a week during unemployed hours.
For particulars auuress 1'aui ifitterman
care of The Wales. Dubuque. Iowa.
INSURANCE on dwellinps and household
goods a specialty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest rales C. R. Cnamberlin,
Mitchell & Lyncie diock. I'none luao.
IF YOU WISU your money to earn a higher
rate of interest than is paid by savings
banes, call ou oianon t.. 5weeney. attor
ney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell Lynde building,
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates lor city
property 30 cents per H00 one year, 40 cents
per 100 three years. 80 cents jer flOOUve
years, fjau or auuress c. l. uduauci uu
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 repairiug
and cleaning done also. J. 1. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4K4.
CAN furnish steady and lucrative employ
ment to men of good address, sober and
industrious, selling our line of household
specialties on easy payments, 3 to (5 daily
easily made: no Investment or experience
necessary. Write tor particulars. Calelj,
21 La Salle street, Chicago, 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS! Many years' ex
perience places us In a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask lor tree letters
of Information and bulletin of daily papers
that pay. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine. Wis.
IP YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anything, engage helpor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper iuMollne that can
do it for you. Mall wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2 -cent stamps will do. evening
and Saturday Mail. Moline, UL
AN unmarried man of 35 years wishes to
meet a lady who is willing to help him fin
ish his education Address Student, post
olhce box 4& Rock Island. III.
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
a It airs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthing of interest. One call wiU prov
her wonderful accuracy. Oltice noun from
I to 10 p. m. 7iK Fourth avenue
THE ONLY FLORISTS withinthe city limits
Call and see us. 1115 Fifteenth street. The
finest line of ferns and palms for winter
house plants. Cut flowers and designs.
Meyer & Hearing. Phone green.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marion i .. Bwccurj, auur
ney, rooms 38-35, Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN in any amount, ou any
kind of security. Also choice property tor
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, S30 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
wantrd-Ta loan money on diamonds.
watches, jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, Dicycies, doming, orj guuus,
furniture, etc Highest cash prices paid
for second hand eoods of all kindsalso.
The above roods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. Ail business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 1623 Second avenue. Dont forget
It- Jones' second-hand store. Two ring
. i , , , l
It's rubliei time now. We again call your atten
tion to the "Buckskin" brand of rubliers. They
aie different; than the so-called tlrst quality brands,
made of pure gum and guaranteed to outwear two
Salrs of ordinary flrst quality rublers.
all and let us show you.
Rubbers . .
The ordinary kind are
you -will have them.
C C TRENT. Manarer.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED A porter at
the Rock Island
WANTED Bell boys at the Harper house.
WANTED An upholsterer and furniture re
pairer. L. s. Mccaue a: co.
WANTED Hov to drive carpenter wagon.
inquire ihuo Fourtn avenue or vju xwemy
WANTED Wood carver to cut plain flat
carving. Apply at Rock island !sasn &
WANTED Salesman: fHmonth'y and ex
penses: permanent. First National Nur
series, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED -Carpenters. Several first-class
men on passenger coaches. M. E. Uotcli
kiss. superintendent Hicks Locomotive &
Car Works, Chicago Heights. 111.
WANTED Live, active hustlers to write ac
cident and sick lienetit Insurance for eld
line companv on popular i per month
plan. Address llox -H. iv." Argus.
WANTED Local representative, male or
female, for large eastern corporation.
Steailv liberal compensation guaranteed.
Address laul llitterman, care of The
Wales. Dubuque. Iowa.
WANTED- Men to learn barber trade.
Rapid advancement bv abundance of prac
tice, qualified teachers, etc. Inducements
to distant applicants. Catalogue free.
Write today. Moler llarlier College. Chi
cago. 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. O. Chase Co.,
Geneva, N. Y.
wiTF.n Trustworthy person In each
county to manage business, old estahlish-
eu nouse, soiia naanciitt huuuiuK. nuaipm
bona fide weekly cash salary fl8 paid by
check each Wednesday, with all expenses
direct from headquarters: money advanc
ed for expenses. Manager, 3T Caxton bldg.
WANTED An established wholesale house,
recently Incorporated, extending busiuess.
desires to engage competent manager lor
branch house. Salary 100 per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest 1.00
In capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satislactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 410 Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED FEMALR HELP.
WANTED Dressmaking at Il6 Filth ave
nue. Satisfaction guaranteed.
WANTED A dishwasher at the Merchants
restaurant. 223 Twentieth street.
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework at 81tt Nineteeth street.
WANTED -A girl to wash dishes at Allar's
restaurant. 612 Third avenue. Moline.
WANTED A girl for general housework at
larsun s resLLuiuiii., i .u n acuu
WANTED A competent girl for general
housewoik. Apply at 103ti Fifteenth street.
WANTED A girl for gederal housework In
family of three. Inquire at 16v'. Second
WANTED A young girl to assist with house
work. Nowasniug. Appiy at o--o iwemy
WANTED At once, a girl
girl tor general
Mrs. 11. W. Ward,
housework. Applv to
1134 Second avenue.
WANTED A comietent girl for general
housework. No washtug. Apply to Mrs.
C. Ueliienstell. 1020 Twentieth street.
WANT' ED Ladles to learn halrdressing.
mauicuring and iaci.il massage. rour
weeks completes. Catalogue mailed. Mo
ler college, Chicago, 111.
WANTED-Dressniaking at 301 Twentieth
street. Trimmed skirts a specialty, t-rices
WANTED Stenographic work for evenings
bv stenographer who has had two years"
experience. Address I -55. care Argus.
WANTED Position by experienced book
keeper o care tor set of liooks evenings
and Sundays. Single or double entry. Ad
dress 13." Argus.
WANTED-Uooms and board for small fam
Uy. Address S. 12." Argus.
WANTED Seven or eight room house with
modern conveniences, east of Twentieth
street. Address "M D." Argus.
WANTED Board and three rooms for four
adults; central location: modern conven
iences. Address X. care of Argus.
WANTED - A ..ian and wife to occupy mod
ern flat of two rooms over barn for "care of
horse and lawn. Dr. J. E. Asay. 1010 Seven
WANTED-Hoarders. A new boarding
house with all modern conveniences just
opened at 410 Eigth street. Uood board
and good service at reasonable prices.
Mrs. F. C. Halm.
THE MARKS BUSINESS COMIXNV-ITo-molem
ot industries, real estate and loans,
money advanced buyers, easy terms, capi
tal secured for patents. For sale Bar
gains, see our list-Hotels, several well lo
cated: rooming houses. 10 to 20 rooms.'-restaurants,
three good stands: laundries, two
well equipped: mat market, old establish
ed stano: hardware, several good stocks:
dry goods and general stocks: millineries,
good stand, big trade: barber shop, two
and four chair stands: bath house, best
stand in state: confectionery, ice cream
parlors: good wholesale trade: groceries,
several good places: drug stores, several
well located: furniture, two well located
slocks: saloon, good location, money, mak
er: harness shop, well established: Imple
ment slock, pumps and mills: creamery,
good location: plaaing mill, chance formill
man: blacksmith shop, good stand; general
stocks, several lines; liveries, two nicely
stocked places: mail order business, a good
one. Investments -Several good opiortu
nitbs lor parties having capital in sums
from $500 to $5,000. Can lurnlsh positions
with Investments. Also partners secured
tor patents. Have many other lines on
our list. We have special facilities to fur
nish money on real estate, farms or lands.
No delays with us If you have the securi
ties. Prompt attention. CU or write.
The Marks Business company, 436 Good
block. Des Moines, Iowa. Please mention
here at ordinary prices if
Opposite Harper House
FOB BENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Newlv furnished rooms, bath
and steam heat at 2i2 Fourth avenue. .
FOR RENT Furnished front room In cen
tral location. Inquire at llltf Third avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with
gas. bath and heat. Call at W5 Second ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with good ta
ble board. All modern conveniences. 1229
FOR RENT Nicelv furnished front room
with heat. Frice very reasonable. 1132
FOR RENT Furnished front rooms for
light housekeeping, also rooms with ljoanl
f r two or four gentlemen. Call at 230
FOR RENT A suite of unfurnished rooms
with heat, bath and all modern conven
iences: reasonable to right party. Also
furnished rooms for rent. Mrs. lilanken
burg, M5 Twenlv-ninth street.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage will be va
cant Nov. 15. Inquire at 280 Fifth-and-a-.
half avenue. s ',
FOR RENT A partlv modern 6-room hous-c'
nearlv new. with iaundrv and excellent
cellar, at 16 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT New house of five rooms, gas.
hot and cold water, liath. furnace and
laundry at loll Fifteenth street. Apply at
V7 Eleventh avenue.
FOR RENT A modern store room on Ninth
street Itetween Eighth and Ninth avenues.
Inquire at southwest corner Sixteenth
street and First avenue,
FOR RENT A 5 room cottage in South Rock
Island: also a small store room in the
Maucier block, citv. inquire of Maucker
& Tonii. or V. C. Maucker.
FOR RENT-An entirelv modern 5-room flat
on second floor over :I10 Fifth avenue.
Price I5. Inquire of (S. A. Koester. Dav
eniKirt. or telephone fiiU Davenjwrt.
FOR RENT-A modern 7-room house with
bath, hot and cold water, furnace heat, lo
cated on Sixth avenue east of Twenty
eighth s4r.-ct. Inquire of E. J. Burns,
room u. Mitchell & Lrnde building.
FOR RENT Modern house of seven rooms
and bath room with hot and cold water,
gas and electric light, large attic, screens
storm sash and everything complete at
523Thirtv-eighlh street. Inquire of J. S.
Leas. Tl'.i'Elfii street, or phone west 1310
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with
small house and barn In outh Heights.
For particulars call at No. 809 Seventeenth
FOR 8ALK PROPERTY.
FR SALE 125 acres ot land seven miles
from Rock Island, at $50 an acre. Inquire
ot McCaskrin & McCaskrin.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms inquire of R S. Dart, Jackson &
Hurst s office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE Cheap, on Fortieth street, an S
room new house. lot 50x1 10 leet. $400 casli
down, the balance on time. A good bar
gain at 2,200. Apply Goldsmith & McKee
FOR SALE OR TRADE -105 acres in Buffalo
Prairie township. 50 acres liottom land,
good improvements. Will take house and
lot in town in part payment. Owner wants
to retire. A bargain. Apply to Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Stock farm. Best stock farm
in Green county. Iowa, must be sold in 30
days and can be bought at a bargain on
easy terms. There are 440 acres, close to
school, rural mail, telephone, fair houe,
large barns, cribs, orchards, and in excel
lent neighborhood. Price $52.50 per acre.
Write at once to George H. Gallup, Jeffer
FOR SALE Excellent building lots located
in the new additions on Fourteenth street
between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues,
150 up: on easv terms. Also other lots in
the immediate vicinity, 350 up on special
terms. Please Investigate, as prices of
lots in this locality are rapidly Increasing
in value, caused by the 0ening up of the
new park and projected street railway and
pavement on Fifteenth street. Apply
to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE Lots In Woodin's addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 80-foot alley
tnd nine feet of good rich soil lying on
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
pure water can le 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
vou are interested in a cheap building lot,
the price and terms that these lots are ot
tered for will suit you. Call or address S.
J. Wood In. V22 First avenue.
FOR SALE Choice bargains In building
lots, cottages and houses, for sale in all
arts of the city; houses rented; rents col
ected: money to loan on real estate se
curity at current rates: Bre and tornado
Insurance written in oldest and most re
liable companies: we also have some good
real estate investments netting , V and 10
per cent: list your property with us, we
can sell it: telephone union 21: we are In our
otnee every 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 office, over People's Na
tional Bank. Goldsmith &. McKee.
rOR 8 ALK MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A dairy business and first class
restaurant. Inquire of McCaskrin & Mc
Caskrin. FOR SALE At 0 cents on the dollar, in
first-class condition, one sewing machine,
one piano, one organ, ail kinds of house
bold goods. Liberal amounts advanced on
all above mentioned articles. Give us a
trial and be convinced. The Greater New
York Loan Bank. 320 Twentieth street.
Phoue 063 brown. Honrs from 7 a. m. to
9:3l p. m.
FOR SALE Machinery. One 15-horse up
right steam engine, one 10-horse upright
steam engine in first-class running order,
-borse steam engine: 2.3, 5.8, 12. 16. 24-horse
gasoline engines. All in first-class order,
readr to be delivered in 5 days Two
100-horie power boiless, lull fronts, in
first-class order and ready to be delivered
la 24 hours. Apply at 819-321 Nine
teenth street, Moline Seal and Stajnp
Works, Moline, I1L Phone 2323, long dis
tance. ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at thU office
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