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THE ARGTJS TIIUB SB AY, NOVEMBER 13, 1902.
Chicago Dental Company
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call on us before going elsewhere as
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nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be tirst-
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need of a set of teeth call and .e our
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to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. ; We never ask you more
than org: prices below.
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 2SC
Platinum filling . 50i
Silver fillings BOc
Gold fillings, $1 and up $ 1.V0
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.0CI
Set of teeth, f 5 and up 5. WO
$15 set of teeth for 1000
, Permanent location
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over BpeidePa Drue Stoir.
DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
and Associate Physicians,
Tlie Regular and Reliable
Specialists are Perma
nently Located in
Cures permanently the cases he
undertakes and sends the incurable
home without taking 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.
-l . M. Sit , . ' M
An eminently successful specialist
in all chronic diseases proven by the
many cures effected in chronic cases
which have baffled the skill of all oth
er physicians. These eminent speci
alists are permanently located in
Mitchell & Lynde Bldg.
Hours: 9 a. in. to 8 p. m.
Sundays: 9 to 11 a. m.
His hospital experience and exten
sive practice have made him po por
ficient that he can name and locate a
disease in a very few minutes.
Treats all curable cases of - Cat
arrh, Nose, Throat and Lung Diseases,
Kye and Ear, Stomach, Liver and Kid
neys, Gravel, Rheumatism, Paralysis,
Neuralgia, Nervous and Heart dis
eases, Bright's Disease and Consump
tion in earlj- stage; diseases of IHad
der and Female Organs. Stammering
cured and sure methods to prevent its
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No experiments or failures. We un
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Perfected in old cases which have
been neglected or unskillfully treat
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One week's treatment absolutely
free to all who call within 10 days. 9
DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
And Associate Physicians.
Rooms 49, 50 and 51
Mitchell & Lynde Building.
E. H. Gayer, Att. rney.
State of Illinois, i
Bock Island County. 1
In the Circuit Court of siJ County. In chan
cery Foreclosure No 5f98
Thebcck Js'nd Mu'ual Building, Loan snd
John Goossens, Victoria Goossens, Mary .
thfti tiw vlrfttiA nf m
decree of eald Court, entered In the above
entitled ause on ins asu
A. D 19T2. I shall, on Saturday, tbe iBtn
jl a x.t l . . a t iono .t thj. hour of
t wo o'clock In the afternoon, at the
North door of the Court Houe, In the
City of Rock Island. In said County of
,, . i nA Aanrs sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder for
casa in nana. int ccrwun proci ,....
situate In the County of Rock. Island and
State of Illinois, known and described , as
Lt N.tof),in WockNo one hundred
and seventy-eight (IT), la the town offcast
I latrd at Mone, Illinois, this fourth day of
Waitur J. Entiki.
Master In Chancery. Kock Island County, 1 1
K II. Outer, Complainant's Solicitor.
IN THE SUBURBS.
Port Byron, Nov. 12. Friday night
sixteen j-oung people perpetrated a
surprise upon Lilian Cromfpton at
C. -IJ. Marshall, the well-known
Itock Island attorney, was in Port
Byron on business Thursday evening.
Ke vital services commenced in the
Methodist church Sunday evening1.
They are to be held for two weeks.
William Block and wife, of Dixon,
cairie to visit with William's father,
Dr. Block, who was seriously sick
during the last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Zollinger went to
visit with their daughter, Cirace, in
Communion services were conduct
ed in the Congregational church Sun
day morning-. In the evening the first
of a series of sermon lectures was
given on the subject: "What is Worth
Miss Lila Block, of Moline, came up
during the last of the week on ac
count of the illness of Dr. Block, her
father, who is now reported some
E. M. Hart, who resides upon the
Cook farm near .loslin, has purchased
the Ceorge IVars-nll, or Fountain
Springs farm, in Coe township. There
are 100 acres. The consideration
was $10.1C0. or $03.50 per acre:
William Stone, of Chicago, came to
visit with his sister and family, Mr.
and Mrs. L. II. 1 rent.
Frank Maxwell, after spending his
vacation with relatives returned to
Mrs. Allsbrow, of Valley City,
Chicago, Nov. 13 Following are the open-
tag, highest, lowest and closing quotation
In today's markets:
Dec.,T2S; 72v: 71;: itH.
May, 74; "X; J.
NOV., 63'i':M: 63:
Dec,. MH;2K: f: 62!,.
May, 4iH: 4i?; 4i;iv
Nor.. 29H: SP: H: 2H.
Dec. new. 2-v 2H: ?
May, 80; 84, Soi: 81
Jan., 15.17; 15 20: 18 07 15 10
May, 14.37; 14 40; 14.32; 14.S7
N5T., 10 30: 10 30: 10.25-10.25
Jan.. 8.10: 9 12: S 05; W 05.
May. 8.50. 8.50; h.46; 8.47.
Jan.. 7.KS; 7.67; 7.91: 7 90.
May. 7.6o; 7.65; 7 60: 7.6.
Receipts todar: Wheat 101. corn 1S4 oats
17 hogs 25.000: cattle 8,000. sheep 18,CU.
Hog market openea Kftiuc nigner.
Bogs left over 4 f 60.
Hoes at Kansas City 12.000. cattle 5.000;
hogs at Omaha 7.500. cattle 4 500.
L.lght. (5 8036 25; mixed and butch
ers. af.9Mia.Kh good heavy, 5.85o40; rough
uauie market openea. inciuamg a.v.v west
Sheep market opened strong.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Bog market opened llrni. mostlv lCc
L.iKht. 15 8526.25: mixed and butchers. 85.95
06 40: good neavy, I5.83&0.40; rough heavy,
cattle market, slow ana sieaay.
Sheep market meadv to ntronp
Hog market closed lu15c higher.
Lleht. f5.85it6.25: mixed and outchers. f 5 95
i.45: good heavy, I5.90&6.40; rough heavy.
(Jattie market ciosea mow ana tttcaay.
Sheep market closed steady.
Estimated receipts Wednesday: Wheat 80
corn 10O. eats 150. hogs 18 000.
New York Stocks.
New York. Nov. 13. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. Pacific 64, sugar 111S;C. 4A.com. S2i,
gas lOliU.enna. I57n. " o. k. 1.
p c.M. & St. Paul .6H. Manhattan 134S.
Pacific Mail 39a.. Atchison com.. 83. W. (J.
Tel. Co. N. Y. Central l5tS. L. & N.
i6'i. B. K. T. Rdc. com. 574. leather
com. 12"4, copper 66S. Atchison pfd. 98. U.
. tteei ptu tnt. u. a. oii common ai,
Missouri Paclflc 106. Union Pacific common
V'l. coal and lronSTH. Krle common M.
Wzliajita nfd 44 V. Can. Pact tic 13U-V. Kepubllc
Steel common Republic Steel pfd. 7bS.
LOCAL. MABKET CONDITIONS.
Today Quotations as Provisions, Lire
Stock. Feed snd Fuel.
Rock Island. Nov. 13 Following arc the
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery Kc. dairy 20c.
Eggs Fresh 2lc
Live poultry Spring chickens 9c per
pound, hens 8c per pouna, aucks 8c, turkeys
10c, gecKe 8c
Vegetables potatoes, soctoaac.
Fruit Apples 50c to 75c per bushel.
Cattle Steers 4.50 to 87.00. cows and
heifers 83.00 to 85.00. calves 85.00 to 86.50.
Hogs Mixed ana outcnera so.au to 87 25
Kheen Yearllnza or over, tier cm. 13 00 to
83 50. Lambs per head 13.75 to 85.00.
Ftied and FnL
Grain Corn new, 40&45c; oats,
new 8'C to 40c.
Forage Timothy hay. 810 to 812, prairie
89 to 8io, baled prairie 9. baled timothy. 8U
Wooa tiara, per ioaa
Coal Lump, per bushel 13c. slack, per
H. J. TOHEB.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main et
came to visit with her son, I). Y. Alls
Mrs. Sensibaug-h had a ping pon?
party Saturday evening: in honor of
.Miss 15lanche Albrecht, of Moline.
Mesdames Jacobs, Pleminff and
Coyne, of Moline, visited Thursday
with Mrs. (Jeorg-e ifoore.
Kdtvin Kussell, of Coe, Otto Seams,
of Canoe Creek, and (!- I. Palmquist,
KIbert Smith, John Crouch and Oliver
Stowe, of Hampton, are doing- jury
duty this week in Kock Inland.
The lecture Tuesday evening- by
I5ev. W. W. Willartl, of Moline, under
the auspices of the academy, was
well attended considering the inclem
ency of the weather.
Andalusia, Nov. 12. II. C. Harris, of
IJock Island, was in our villag-e Satur
day. Miss Edna Davis, of Moline, visited
friends here part of last week.
(Jeorg-e Herbert has moved to Kuffa
lo, la., where he has erected a neat
Charles Huntley and family went to
Port Hyron Saturday to visit his
Mrs. Melissa Johnson has gone to
Coffeyville, Miss., to spend the winter
with her sister, Mrs. A. Mosher.
Miss Itlanche Hurgoyne. who has
been enjoying a two weeks vacation,
returned to her school duties west of
Edging-ton the tirst of the week.
Mrs. Joe Simmons was called to
Adams, la., the tirst of the week by
the serious illness of her mother, Mrs.
Joslin, Nov. 13. There was n large
gathering at the quarterly meeting
Sunday last at Joslin.
Mrs. Frank Tinsman is visiting
with friends and relatives in Moline.
Mrs. . Frels has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Payne.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and son, of
Hock Island, are visiting with Mrs.
White and family.
A large number of farmers from
Joslin attended Mr. Thombloom's
Mr. and Mrs. John Daily and family
fent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Syl
Mrs. Garvin, who has been spend
ing a week with her sister, Mrs. John
Daily, returned to her home in Kock
The wet weather is interfering with
the farmers husking their corn. The
corn on the low grounds cannot be
picked until the' land freezes.
A family reunion was held at Mr.
and Mrs. James Walker's Tuesday in
honor of Mrs. Hiram Walker's broth
ers, Sam and William Ennis, of
Iowa, who are here visiting.
Foster, Nov. in. Mrs. William Man
ley and daughter. Miss Nellie, termin
ated their visit at Isaac lister's and
went to Muscatine for a few days'
visit with her son before returning to
Mrs. Samuel IJeardsley gave a party
for the primary class of the ltapt.ist
Sunday school, over which she has
presided as teacher for a number of
years. The little ones enjoyed a very
pleasant afternoon and were treated
to delicious refreshments, candies
Mr. and Mrs. Con Hayes and little
son, also the Misses Pessie and Lau
ra tJillett, took took dinner at Thomas
Miss Lillie Workman is taking a
few weeks vacation and is visiting
friends in Muscatine.
Miss Kate Foster went to Muscatine
to spend n few days with friends.
Cordova, Nov. 13. Mrs. Emma Max
well and daughter Henrietta started
for Chicago last Friday evening.
James,. Sullivan, of Elgin, was in
town las'f week.
Miss'Pelle Vandeburgh has been
elected to teach the winter term at
the Kiverside school.
Mrs. W. C. Heany was in Kock Isl
and last week.
Miss Nellie Naylor went to Fulton
Monday to attend the Northern Illi
Erastus Williamson is very sick.
William Whitesides moved his store
building from Jersey row to next
James Ong's blacksmith shop. He in
tends starting a general store.
The work on the culvert at the
town bridge is under good progress.
All travel has been carried in by the
lime kiln rond.
looking- for Counterfeiters.
The secret service is endeavoring to
locate the headquarters of a gang of
counterfeiters who have been making
and circulating spurious half dollars
and quarters in some of the larger
eastern cities. When caught they
will be given the full extent of the
law, the same as should be done with
the unscrupulous dealer who puts up
an imitation article and sells it for
the genuine Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, claiming it is "just as good.
Don't believe him. His medicine has
not the record of cures back of it
that the genuine Bitters has. Insist
on having the genuine with our pri
vate stamp over the neck of the bot
tle. It will positively cure nausea,
headache, heartburn, indigestion, dys
pepsia and malaria. Try it and le
Buy and Try a Box Tonight.
While you think of it, go buy nJ
try a box of Cascarets Candy. Ca
thartic, ideallaxative, tonight. You'll
never-regret it. Geruiine tablets
stamprd C. C. C. Never sold in
bulk. All druggists, toe.
TALES OF THEATRE
As was the case with "Foxy Quil,
ler," which proved such a dismal dis
appointment here some weeks ago,
the management of "The Burgomas
ter" is depending entirely on the pop
ularity of his opera to carry it
through. It has been before the pub
lic three years and has made a phe
nomenal record, and there is no rea-
JOHN PHILIP SOCSA.
son why it should not go on pleasing
theatre-goers for it has the material
that appeals to the musical ear if
capable people were engaged in its
presentation. Fred Lennox, who in
terprets the role of the Pnrgoniaster
in the production given at tlie Illi
nois last evening, is far from quali
fied to inicrsonate the jolly old Hol
lander. He does not appear to un
derstand the character, much less en
ter into the spirit of it. He can neith
er sing nor act. As to hi support, it
was passably fair, Miss l'uth White,
as Willie von Astorhilt, proving the
star 'of the company, while Miss Emi
lie (Jardner showed herself the pos
sessor of a pleasing soprano voice.
The chorus was well trained, execut
ing the dances and singing well. The
staging was exceedingly pretty, and
the audience, which was a large one.
seemed to enjoy the opera.
"I'nique among the world's greatest
musical organizations." is the apt way
in which Sousa's baud has been sum
med up. Mr. Sousa's organization has
just completed its tenth year of ex
istence, and the record it has made
during that time is a remarkable one.
Its achievements all testify to an un
flagging devotion to his work, a com
prehensive knowledge of his art, a
keen appreciation of the desires of
the public, a catholicity of taste in
matters musical, exceptional capacity
as a disciplinarian and the other
characteristics that go to make of
John Philip Sousa a successful man
of affairs as well as an artist of un
usual and well merited distinction.
He has succeeded in putting the mili
tary ban:! on a permanent footing,
for the concert work of Sousa and his
band is practically continuous
throughout the year, and bids fair to
embrace all the civilized world. It is
at once a compliment and an admis
sion of great weight when so conser
vative and influential a paper as the
London Times remarks in connection
with the Sousa concerts in London
that "the concerts as a whole prove:l
an admirable and most surprising
lesson in the possibilities of a wind
band when nbl3- trained," but that
was the view generally expressed
wherever the Sousa band appeared in
Great Britain. The Sousa band is at
present engaged upon its sixth trans
continental tour," and will be heard
here tonight at the Illinois. The new
soloists this vear include Miss Estelle
Liebling. soprano, and Miss (irnre
Jenkins, violiniste. Arthur Pryor,
trombone, still remains the chief in
strumentalist of the band.
If the claims of Buddhism could be
proven and established as well by the
transmigration of the soul of a play
as well as of n man. then would "Old
Innocence" be popular indeed, sacred
ly popular with the orientals. The
soul of this plav, that is to say Its-
central idea, its mainspring, has been
longer on the stage than any other
in the whole dramatic catalogue, anil
it will probably lw acted as long as
there is a theatre, for it is old and as
enduring as human nature. It was
first embodied in an ancient Latin
classic. An Italian dramatist revivi
fied it early in the 19th century, and
it is still frequently revived in Italy.
Two French dramatists. Labiche and
Delacour, transplanted it on to the
French stage in their charming com
edy. "Ixs Petits Oiseaux" (The Little
Birds) and it is said to have run for
three years in Paris and has since
been revived. The next link in Ihe
chain of borrowers was Sydney (iriin
dy, the English dramatist, who poach
ed on these French preserves for his
comedy "A Pair of Spectacles." No
comedy ever had the career in London
which stands to the credit of this one.
It ran two years without intermis
sion, has lieen played almost continu
ally since, and was played before
Queen Victoria three different times
by royal command. What more nat
ural than that" it should have come to
America next? Several versions taken
like (irundy's from the French, have
been seen in New York. Long runs
are to their credit at the Madison
Square and Knickerbocker theatres.
Of all the migrations of ibis nomadic
idea it has found its happiest expres
sion in the version called, after the
central figure in the amusing chain of
circumstances. "Old Innocence." De
lightful as the comedy is there is how
ever no doubt that it owes much of
Its "favor to the realization of the
genial old optimist by Tim Murphy,
who created the role in America. It
Is in this play that he is to be seen
on his next visit here Saturday even
The attraction a, the Illinois next
even IBuckets of IBlood
Was slied, tliey say, "by Jack tlie Giant Killer. We will shed no blood
but we want you to notice tlie Classified Advertising columns of
has decided to bring these columns and the excellent results following from their use, more
forcibly before the public. Did it ever occur to you that the83 columns are carefully read by
thousands, nightly? Did you ever stop to think that if you had a "WANT" of any kind what
ever that an -AD" in these columns would bring prompt and satisfactory returns?
WANTED MALK HELP
WANTED Coatm alters at J. II. Zlmmer &
WANTED A porter at the Rock Island
WANTED Bell boys at the Harper house.
Good wages. .
WANTED Bov to drive carpenter wagon.
inquire ik.v r'ourtn avenue or vm Twenty
WANTED Delivery 1kv for retail business.
Muni he steady and willing to wore, au
Uress -M. 27." Argus.
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to k-.irn a jirotitanie business. Address in
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WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Kapid advancement by abundance of prac
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Write today. Moler Harler College. Chi
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WANTED-A competent seamstress to assist
dressmaker at lWIrt Filth avenue.
WANTED -A competent girl for general
housework, at Nlneteeth street.
WANTED -A girl to wash dishes at Allar's
restaurant. 01 Z Ttfird avenue. Moline.
WANTED A girl for general housework at
Larson s restaurant, iwa econu avenue.
WANTED A competent girl for general
housewoi k. Apply at liwo r U teen tu street.
WANTED A girl for gederal housework In
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WANTED Clirl for general housework In
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WANTED Ladies to learn hatrdressing.
manicuring and facial massage, four
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WANTED I-aiiv agents for a first-class
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Address Taul Uitterman, care of The
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WANTED Energetic, trustworthy young
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WANTED Men lor salesmen. Local or
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For particulars write, The R. U. Chase Co.,
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WANTED Trustworthy person in each
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check each Wednesday, with all expenses
direct from headquarters; money advanc
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WANTED An established wholesale house.
recently lncorporaieu. extending Dusiness,
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary $100 per month, ex
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furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City. Mo.
WANTED tlood foundry foreman: one fa-
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Steady work. Address Eagle Manufactur
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heljiers. No strike; permanent work.
Apply M. E. llotchkiss. superintendent.
Hicks Locomotive & Car works. Chicago
WANTED .Several llrst-class machinists
at Deere Jt t o.: men experienced on die
work preferred. Steadv work tor right
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foreman machine shop, residence 616 Forty-fourth
street. Rock Island.
C A It D Of THANKS
WE DESIKE to express our sincere grati
tude to neighbors ami menus wno ren
dered assistance and in any way aymia
thized with us in our great sorrow: also
for the many floral donations. D. F. Kreil
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office
M. is:" "B. a. rn:" ij. 4w ji: i ;-- -"H.
29;" "O. 3tt." S; "S. 39:" "U 3," 1!; R.
4i." t; "I. 60." 3: "J. O. O." .
Sunday evening- will be (ieorpe 11.
Kdeson's latest comedy success of
"Two Married. Men." The press where
ever they have appeared ppeak in the
highest, terms of the company, and
theatregoers will no doubt turn nut
to greet theni on their appearance
For a Had Cold.
If you have a bad cold yon. need a
good reliable medicine like Chamber
lain's Cough IJemedy to loosen and
relieve it, and to allay the irritation
and inflammation of the throat and
lungs. The soothing and healing propi
erties of this remedy and the quicl
cures which it effects make it u fa
vorite everywhere. For sale by all
IT'S "UP TO YOU" TO SEND IN THE "AD."
AND THE COST IS THE SMALLEST PART.
WANTED-Dressmaklng at 301 Twentieth
street. Trimmed skirts a specialty. Prices
WANTED Stenographic work for evenings
by stenographer who has had two years
experience. Address L. 45, care Argus.
WANTED Position by experienced book
keeper to care tor set of books evenings
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girl of refined tastes who desires a good
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"Companion 61." Argus.
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WANTED Rooms and board for small fam
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WANTED To buy a good high lot at head
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WANTED Board and three rooms for four
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WANTED A ,.ian and wife to occupy mod
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WANTED To exchange a good piece of citv
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WANTED Boarders. A new boarding
bouse with all modern conveniences just
opened at 410 Kigtn street, uooo ward
and good service at reasonable prices
Mrs. F. C. Ilahn.
FOR RENT Furnished tront room in cen
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FoR KENT Rooms, parties without chil
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FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with
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FOR RENT Furnished rooms with good ta
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FJR RENT Nicely furnished front room
with heat. Price very reasonable. lvti
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nearly new. with laundry and excellent
cellar, at si6 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT Three nice jooms for light
housekeeping: also a good surrey, horse
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FOR RENT New house of live rooms, gas.
hot and cola water, nam. iurnace ana
laundrv at 1041 Fifteenth street. Apply at
t17 Eleventh avenue.
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Inquire at southwest corner Sixteenth
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FOR RENT A 5-rooni cottage in South Rock
Island: also a small store room in toe
Maucser block, citv. Inquire of Maucker
& Tonu, or W. C. Maucker.
FOR RENT An entirely modern 5-roora fiat
on seoonu noor over aim firm avenue.
Price $15. Inquire of . A. Koester, Dav
enport, or telephone 620 Davenport.
FOR RENT A modern 7-room house with
bath, hot and cold water, furnace heat, lo
cated on Sixth avenue east of Twenty
eisbth street. Inquire of K. J. 13 urns,
room 11. Mitchell & Lynde building.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A lady's diamond pin. A very lileral
reward will le paid to the tinder at 631
Eighteenth street, aud no questions asked.
LOST A large green parrot with yellow
head, answering to the name of Dick. Find
er return to the Owl saloon and receive re
ward. LOST Taken from porch of residence dur
ing Halloweeu season, an onk hall seat with
dog's figure carved in center of hack. A
reward "will lie paid for its return to Mrs.
C J. W. Schreiner. 1119 Fourth avenue.
LOST Tuesday, a bracelet of Alaskan gold
nuggets, between Twentieth and Twelfth
streets on Second avenue or Fifth avenue,
or McCale's or Young A McCombs" stores.
A very liberal reward witl le given the
tinder by returning same to O. E. McUin
ley, Kll Twentieth street.
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 troin
I to in d. m. 70S Fourth avenue
THEONLY FLORISTS withinthe city limits.
Call and see us, 1 1 15 Fitteenth street. The
finest line of ferns and palms for winter
house plants. Cut flowers and designs.
Meyer i Bebrtug. Phone Kll green.
MONEY TO LOAM.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
ney, rooms 33-35, Mitchell Lynde build
ing, Kock Island.- .
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property tor
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, S30 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
wavtetv To loan money on diamonds.
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, Dicycie. tiuiuiup, urj rwiub,
furniture, etc Highest cash price paid
fur Md hand soods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 16J3 Second avenue. Don't forget
it Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE 125 acre ot land seven miles
from Rock Island, at t-M) an acre, inquire
of McCaskrln & McCaskrin.
FOR SALE Good building lot in South
llelgnts at a liar tain it taken at once. Ad
dress Lot M. 100. The Argus.
FOR SALE -Lot on Thirty-ninth street.
f ine residence site. 11: tie sola on rea
sonable terms. Address -V. 101," The Ar
gus FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with
email nouse ana Darn in souto tieignis.
For particulars call at No. 909 Seventeenth
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms inquire of R S. Dart, Jackson it
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE The office building vacated by
tlie Novely Works on Twenty-tourtn street.
Cost :t0: can be bousrht for one-ha:f. It is
almost new. II. lv. Walker.
FOR SALE Cheap, on Fortieth street, an 8
room new house, lot 50x140 feet. 1100 cash
down, the balance on time. A good bar
gain at 2,200. Apply Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE OB TRADE -105 acres in Buffalo
Prairie township, bo acres bottom land,
good improvements. Will take house and
lot in town In part payment. Owner wants
to retire. A bargain. Apply to Keidy 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 410 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 U. Gallup, Jeffer
FOR SALE Excellent building lots located
in the new additions ou Fourteenth street
between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues.
50 up: on easy 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 opening up of tbe
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
Cure water can be bad at a small expense
y 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 ail
Jiarts of the city: houses rented; rents col
ected: money to loan on real estate se
curity at current rates: fire and tornado
insurance written in oldest and most re
liable companies: we also have some good
real estate investments netting 8, 9 and 10
percent: list your property with us, we
can sell it: telephone union 21 : 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 MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A dairy business and first class
restaurant. Inquire of McCaskrin it Mc
Caskrin. FOR SALE Surrey and road wagon nearly
new, earn M?: also two counters, sneiving
and show case. Inquire at llio Third ave
nue. FOR SALE At SO cents on the dollar, in
llrst-class condition, one sewing machine,
one piano, one organ, all kinds of house
hold goods. Liberal amounts advanced on
all alwve mentioned articles. Give us
trial and be convinced. The Greater New
York Loan Bank. X20 Twentieth street.
Phone 663 brown. Hours from 7 a. m. to
9:30 p. ra.
FOR SALE Machinery. One 15-horse up
right steam engine, one 10-norse uprignt
steam engine in first-class running order,
35-horse steam engine: 2.3, 5,8, 12, 16. 24-horse
gasoline engines. All in first-class order,
ready to be delivered in 5 days Two
100-hone power boiless, full fronts, in
first-class order and ready to be delivered
in 24 hours. Apply at 819-321 Nine'
teenth street, Moline Seal and Stajnp
Works, Moline, 111. Phone 8323, long dis
tance. M ISCELLANKOUS.
MEN Our illustrated catalogue explains
how we teach barber trade in short time,
mailedjree. Moler college. Chicago. 111.
ANY man or woman may increase their in
come tio a week during'uneuiployed hours.
For iarliculars address Paul Bitterman.
care of The Wales. Dubuque. Iowa.
INSURANCE on dwellings and household
goods a specialty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest rates C. R. Chamberlin,
Mitchell & Lynde block. Phone ia.
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
per 1100 three years, eo cents per $100 Ave
years. Call or address C. R. chamberlin
Agent. Mitchell it Lynde building.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and
ells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
CAN iurnisb steady and lucrative employ
ment to men oi gooa auaress, soner ana
industrious, selling our line of household
specialties on easv payments. $3 to $5 dailv
easily made: no Investment or experience
necessary. Write for particulars. Gately,
21 La Salle street. Chicago, 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
perience places us in a position to rive you
valuable information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of dally papers
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord ft Carver. Racine. Wis.
IF YOU 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
Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
per word la the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Saturday Wait Moline. 111.
AN unmarried man of 35 years wishes to
meet a lady who is willing to help him fin
ish bis education Address Student, post
ofllce box 466, Rock Island, I1L