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THE AliGTTS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEHBEI?, 27, 1901.
attractive womanhood and equip her for the duties of wife and motherhood.
AH druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of CarduL
The Hollywood, Abnrr Park, X. J., February 8, 1900.
I read your advertisement in reg&rd to Wine of Cardul in the Baltimore
American, and it so faTormblr impressed Die that on my visit to Baltimore
during the holiday I purchased a bottle of it for my adopted daughter, who
was suffering with female trouble. She bad been under the doctor's cars
for some time, and when ber periods would come on her Battering was sojne
thing terrible. I induced ber to tnr it and the first dose brought on her
menses. She took it regularly according to the directions, and was greatly
relieved. To use her own words, "It saved my life.' J. WESLEY CfiOSS.
For fTic sod Tlternnre. sddrvw, rlvlnf symptom, "Tlis Ladles' Adrlaor?
iMputuMnV' Tbs CtinsiKxta SlxUcio Cwmpsny, Chittiaoocs. Tun.
Publication Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Islacd County. I
In the Circuit Court. S ptemter term, A
Home Building and Loan assosiation of Bosk
i d. a coi ; irtion. ts. Mary Jane Murraj
and William II MUxray in rnancery. i.en
erul number 4-62. I.' id to for. cloe mort
Affidavit of non-residence of the said Mar
Jina Murray ana waiiam a Murray-oeicia
'tp. having been Cleu In the omce of tne
Clerk ot the Circuit Court of said County
noUae U taerefore hereby gtTen t the said
non-resident defendant that the eomplstnant
Mt-A lu Mil of comolaint to saia court on toe
cDacceiy bide th reof. on the -'Hi h day of L)e-
ff.mK-.r. I.. na in it oreupon a summons
Issued out of said Couit. w Herein said suit U
no pecd.ng. retnrn: b oo the first Mon-
dif in the montn ( r rfanuarv ueicsiicr.
and a't-rsirJTon the 1st dy of apm. Jk. V
lJ"l. an alias tummoci is-iuel out of ai d cour.
wb.er.-ln said s.Jils cow pending, returnable
on the first M nday In the month f May. and
mi. ih-resTter lo sk: on the l.'itb day of
A-iru-t. A. D. 101. an a' las summons Issued cut
of sa'd couit wbereln saia ut is now pet a
ing. returnable on the third Monday lu the
tnorih of hfixrmner thereafter, ana alter
wards on the 2Hh day of November, D , !90,
an alias summons Issued out of tail ccurt
w he-re In said suit is now pencing. returnable on
tbefl-t Monday io Jar uary. a. 1).. 1902. next, as
U by law requlird Now, unless you. the said
non-reo'dent d feed arts aboe named. Mary
jane Murray and William H. Mnrray, shall
p r-on i y he and sppe before sa d circuit
i-outt d the erst day of the next term there-
o'. tibe holden at Kuck I-lnd. in ana lor
the said county, on tne first Monday of Janu
ary. A. D., IW02, next, and plead, answer oi
demur to the said complainants bul o
ccmnlslm, th9 tame and 'be ma'ttrs and
tbloirs threi n charged snl stated will be
taken at confess-n and a deer, e en c red
atfainst Jou. according to the prayer of said
tl'l b!uGI w.ukbli. Litrt
Kofik Island. 111.. November A. n IWI.
Jai.ks-j.x4 lIcusT, Coxiptaia n.'4 Solicitors.
Slate of Illinois I
Rook Island County t
In tne Circuit Court at the January term, A
Mira Hersbey. romp'aina' t. vs Oar I el naves
and Alice w an.eia uayes, aeeaaauta
T ib ab"ve named Daniel Hayes and Alice
Y artleld Haves and each of them:
Affidavit of your non residence aod of the
Dri-residence or earn T you Dating ceen
Bled in the above entitled cau-e in the omce
of tte uncerslgcel clerk of tbe alrcuit court
of tb county of K"ot island snd state of
l.Unuii. oa are hereby notitlfd that tbe
anove Daurd complainant has Died In said
court her Did of complaint against vou on
tbe cbanct-ry aide of said court: That a
summons in chancery has been issued la ssld
cause against you. returnable totbejanua-y
term A u . ;02. or said court, to De begun
aid holden ia thn court bouse la the city of
Hock Island. In said cvinty. In re state of
Iliinul.s. on tbe first Monday of January, A.
IX. Iwu2. at ablch time and place you will
mnner and plead, answer or demur to said
bill of complaint as you mav see tit.
Dated at Kock Island Illinois, this 28lb day
Of Uctobcr, A. D., ISK'1
George W. Gambls,
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Swiuit St WiLsss, Complainant's Solici
tors JTotlea of Poblleatton CnaaeTy.
8 sate of Illinois, I
Ooanty of Rock Island. 1
It the Circuit Court. In Chancery.
llulda Strand vs. Charles Strand.
Affidavit of non-realdence of tbe defetd-
ant, Cbailev Sera d. bat lag been filed In the
clerk's office of the circuit court of the said
county, notloe is therefore hereby given to
tbe said non-resident defendant that tbe
complainant Bled ber bul of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
2td day of June. tWCO. and that thereucon a
sum Ttons issued out of said court wbereln said
suit Is now pending, returnable on tbe tilrC
Monday In the month of Sen ember thereafter
a I bv law required, and then n tbe linh day
of November. IWJi. an alias summons was also
Issued out of ssid co.rt returnable on ihafirat
Monday of January net'.
- Now unless you. tbe said non-resident defen
dant above named, Charlea fetrand. shall
personally be and appear before the
said circuit court on the first da
of the next term thereof, to be boldeo
at Rock Island In and fur sain county on the
first Monday in January next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said eompiaiaant'a bill
of complaint, the same and the matters and
thlcg therein charged and atated wlil oe
taken aa confessed, aod a decree entered
aa-aicst yon acenrdlny to the prayer of said
bill. Gkobob W. GakbLlS. Clruuit Ciera.
Rok Island. lit.
E. H Guy er. Complainant's Solicitor.
State or Illinois. (
Boca Island County. (
In tbe circuit court, to the January term, A.
U. 190i Lilvorce.
Milton W. Ke molds, complainant; Sarah E.
To ibe aN?ve named non-resident defend
ant. Sarah K Reynolds
A!davit of your non-residence having been
filed In the office of said circuit court, notice is
hereby given to you, that the above named com
plainant has filed io sain court his bill of com
plaint against you on the chancery side of said
court; tbat a summons In chsncery baa been
lsaed In said cause against you. returnable to
the next term of sail court, to be begun and
bo'den at the cotrt houe in the citv of Rock
Island In said county on the first Monday In
January, A D. IWC2 at which time and place
you will appear nd p'ead. answer or demur
to said bill of con. plaint if you see fit.
Dated at Bock Jsiand. Illinois, tola 13th day
of November, A. IX ism. ,
bsOBGI W. GAkTBX,
Clerk of tbe circuit court la and for Rock
Idiand county, Illinois.
8wenv & Walker.
Come and .see my immense
(-took of oodd anil get my prices
lit'fore buying elsewhere.
2SJ Market Square, " Rock Island.
Start Girls Right!
Many beautiful jirb become Invalids for life,
because at the crucial period of puberty they'
pay no, attention to the laws of health. Mothers
should protect their daughters' health by giv
ing them necessary information and proper
treatment. When the menses come on a girl
unawares In her Inexperience she b cither
frightened into convulsions, or scared into try.
Ing to check the flow. Many girb have checked
the flow and it has never started again. And
is a result they have grown pale-faced, with
"crow-tracks" on their checks, and dark half,
moons under their eyes. A dose of
taken every morning after a girl b twelve years
old will bring the menses on properly and keep
them regular. It will help her to develop into
3 NIGHTS-3 and U MATINEES 2
MATINEE at C:30 p. m.
The very scenes you have lwen waiting tosee.
The Kinodrome Show
With it moving pictures of President Mc-
liiniey at I'an American Kxpo-ition. and
Funeral Crtei:e at Buffalo. Washing
ton and Canton Complete.
See the great International Yacht Races.
Sye the fr-and Sjwctacular Iroductlon of
Sec the Han American Exposition at Nlifbt
See more laughter, enjoyment and general
interest man in any snow you ever saw.
Prices : 10. -JO. i.
Seats on sale at lileuer'a jewelry store.
Sweensy & Wa'ker. Attorneys.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, I
In the Circuit Court. In ebaneerv:
Tbe Black Hawk Homestead lSuildlrg. Txan
and fearing Association vs. boderick St
tliirand Kernard Kinck. Foreclosure. Gen
eral No. 4JbZ
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered in the above
et.',ilied cause, on tbe sixteenth day of
iictoDer. a. lx ivui. i soau. on saturaay. the
Tbirtietb day of toovemocr. A. !., IjOI. at
the hour of two o'clock in the after
noon, at the Ewt door of tbe Court
House, In the City of Roc it Island, In
said C'O'JCty of Roc' Island, to satlMy said
decree, sell at public vendue to tbe hlkrhext
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land
situate In the County of Rock Island and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot Number Sixteen (16) In that part of tbe
Citv of Kock Inland kniwn as and called Ellen
kobe s addition in the County of Kock Island
ana tjtaie or inin'Mv
Dated at Rock Island, LUlaots, this first day
oi sovemoer, a. v. iwi
El.WI! E PARHISTtR.
Maater In Cbsnr.erv. Kook Island Count v. 111.
SwustT St WiLkiii, Complainant's Solicit
ICotlee of PnbUcastloB Ctianoery.
State of Illinois, l
Rock Island County. (
In the Circuit court of said County, to the
January term. A. U. lwo-j in chancery.
Rock Island Mutual Building. Loaa & Savings
association vs. John k. Williams, Anna K.
Affidavit of non-residence of the above de
fendants, John E. Willianis and Anna it Wil
liams, having been tiled In the clerk's office
of the circuit court of tbe said county.
notloe Is therefore hereby given to the said
eon-resident defendants that the complainant
filed It bill of complaint in said court, on
the chancery side thereof, on the twentieth
day of November, 1901, and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court wherein
said suit la now pending, returnable on the
Urst Monday in tbe month of January next, as
is by law required. Now. unless you. tbe
said non-resident defendants above named.
John Wlil'ams and Anna K. Williams, shall
personally be and appear before the said cir
cuit court, on tbe drst day of tbe next term
thereor. to ot no. den at hock island. in and for
tbe said county, on the first Monday la January
next, atd plead, answer or demur to the bald
complainant s bill of complaint, tbe same
ana tne matters ana tnings tnerein ebartcea
and atated. will be taken as confessed and a
decrae entered against you according to the
prayer of said bUX
UEOHGE W. UAKBLS UirntUI J19TW,
Rook Island, Illinois, November 20, 1901.
Eiiwisd H. Guteb, Complainants' Solicitor
Notice ot Publication Chancery.
State of minofa, f
Rock llnd outy. f
In tte Circuit Court to the January term,
A. D. 1UC2.
R. ck Island Mutual Building Loan and Sav
ings association ya J.bn ti u. 1 ltua Emma
Titus and Leandrr Kltchey. Ia chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the defend
ant, John E G. Titus, Impleaded wltb 'be
above defendants. Imma Titus aod Leander
Kitcbey. bavtng been flUd In tbe Clerk 'a
office of tbe Circuit ourt oi said County no
tice i tuererore nereny given to tne saia non
resident defendant that the complainant filed
l'S bill of complaint In said Court, on tbe
chancer side tbereof, on the 15th day of No
vember, 1(01. aod that thereupon a summons
bnued out of said Court wherein said suit is
now pending, returnable on toe first Mondsy
In tbe month of January next, as Is by law
required. Now. unlesa you, tbe ssld non-resident
defendant above named. John U.
Titu. shall personally be and appear before
said Circuit Court on the first dav of the
next term thereof, to be nolden at Rook Is
land in and for the said County, on tbe first
Mooday In the month of January next,
and ple-d. answer or demur to tbe said
complainant's bill of complaint, tbe same and
tbe matters and things therein charged snd
stated wlil be taken as confeas'd. and a de-
O'ee entered against you aceordlng to the
prayer ot said bill.
ubosgi w. (jasTBu. cierk.
Roek Island, Til.. November 19, 1901.
Edward H. Ucrts, Complainant's Solicitor.
Estate of Mary Coyne, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having oeen appointed
executor of tbe last will nod testament of
Mary Coyne, late of the eonnty of Rock
Island, state ef Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice tbat be will appear before
the county court of Rock Island county, at
tbe county court room, in the c:tv of Kock isl
and, at the Jaouary term on tbe first Mon
day in January next, at which time all per
sons havtn ( claims against said estate are no-.
tioed and requested to attend, fer the purpose
Of having the same adjusted. -
AU persons tnoebtea to saia estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to aba
anaersigneo. - - -
Dated this ittn asy oi November, a. d. iwi.
Gbobgi W. McCaskbjh, Executor.
Principal Factor in the Result Be
ing the Free Delivery of
PLAN PAYS, EVEN IN THE 00 UNTBY,
Where Pre Delivery Is Making Rapid
and IxriK Strides Some In.
Washington, Nov. 27. First Assist
ant Postmaster General W. M. John
son. in his annual report, says the
yearly Increase lu the postal revenues
Las resulted ia the free delivery eer
vice becoming self sustaining. Of the
gross postal revenue of tbe United
states for the past fiscal year $74.20r.
304 came from SOU free delivery cltie
The remaining 3.C00 presidential post-
efflces yielded $lGf0C3.2ri2, while the
72,470 fourth-class postofflcea produced
$18,013,519. Johnson says- tbe fact
that the postal service in the largest
cities Is practically perfect is the ex
planation of tvby the annual percent
age of Increase In the revenues of the
fre delivery postofflces should be thref
times greater than In the smaller cities
and Ave times as large as that of the
Effort of Kuril Free Ielivery.
As rural free delivery reaches out
Into the country, giving equal facilities
Mitliout regard to locality, he says it
Increase the revenues at a rate at
least equal to that maintained In the
free delivery cities, where during the
past live years it has averaged 8 per
cent. At tbe eud of the present fiscal
year SMtn) rural route will le lu sue
ecssful operation, 6.000 lelng in effect
by Dec. 2. The latter figure repre
sents Just .r.O per cent, of the applica
tlons for such service filed since Its
Inauguration live years ago. The in
flexible policy Is announced hereafter
of avoiiling maintenance of unneces
sary postoftices ami sujertlnous star
icutes contemporaneously witli rural
free delivery routes. On July 1. 1001,
the force of 4..'1 rural carriers was
serving 2.S4i,(U4 people at a fraction
over 75 cents per capita, and on Dee.
2. 1001. 4.K)0.K0 of the rural popula
tion will lie eujoying free delivery.
It InrrraimtliD Mail Volume.
Kvery establishment of n route, the
report nay. Is followed promptly by a
steady increase in the volume of mall
both delivered and collected. The eltT
free delivery service now embraces 800
cities and towns, Includiug four In the
few Insular inssesslons. all these em
ploying an army of 16.3SO uniformed
carriers, who collect and carry the
mails two or more times each working
day to 32.0oO.X0 patrons. The total
cost per annum to tbe department for
this service Is r0 cents per capita.
The gross receipts of the free deliver?
postoftlres were $74.2!r.30."i. an Increase
of over 11 per cent, for the year. The
total estimate for the next fiscal year
for this city free delivery service Is
5 15.7 4" i. 4. 0.
COMMON LAW MARRIAGES
Derision That They Are Legal In a Case at
St. Iouis. Nov. 27. The United
States court of appeals Monday held
that a common law marriage is legal.
The court said: "Marriage Is a civil
contract and may be made by any per
son- tr different sexes competent to
make such contract. While commonly
entered into with some ceremony, eith
er civil or religious. It may be con
tracted without any ceremony. If a
man and woman. In good faith, agree
to become husband and wife, and this
agreement is followed by a consistent
and notorious cohabitation, the rela
tion of husband and wife is lawfully
The decision reverse tbe I'nited
States district court of the Indian
Territory, which was In favor of Rose
Pryor. a young woman who eloped
with Samuel T. Davis, knowing that
lie had lived for twenty years with a
woman supposed to be his wife.
HIGH MASS OP REQUIEM
liomaii Catholic Rector Wilt Hold It for
Tag-als and Boers.
New York, Nov. 27. Rev. Joseph
Mendi, rector of the Church of the Im
maculate Conception at Mcntclair, N.
J., announces that at 8 a. ru. tomorrow
he will celebrate a high mass for tbe
repose of tbe souls of the Filipinos
"who died fighting for the rights of
their country," and the Roman Catho
lics who have been slain fighting with
the Boers in South Africa.
Father Mendi said the mass was In
tended as a tribute to those who had
died in the defense of their homes and
families. It is also In the nature of
a protest, he said, against the acts of
both the I'nited States and Knglish
TRAGEDY IH THE STREET "
French Hatband Does Doable Homicide tn
sv Thronged Square.
raris. Nov. 27. A tragedy charac
teristically Farlsian was committed in
the heart of raris yesterday. At the
corner of the boulevnrd ties Cnpucines
and the Place de lOpera a husband
r-hot his faithless wife and her lover.
In full view of hundreds of people.
The Opera square was filled with
promenaders at lunch tim when a can
drove across the square, followed by a
man runnine. A policeman regulating
traffic stopped tbe cab In front of the
cafe de la Baix. enabling the pursuer
to overtake It. when the man drew a
revolver, thrust it through a window
of tbe vehicle, and fired twice, killing
the woman who was Inside.
The man in the cab, the woman s
paramour, opened the other door and
tried to flee, but the husband sprang
after him and blew out bis brains be
fore the spectators could Interfere.
Then the husband approached the po
liceman, baaded him the weapon, and
A beacon .light to the sick and af
flicted. A life encourager. Take
counsel with yourself today and use
Rocky Mountain Tea tomorrow.
Peace and comfort follow its use. T.
II. Thomas druggist. '
COMMITTEES ON ENCAMPMENT
Farther I'lanninf for Meeting- of Grand
Army In May
. The executive committee irf charge
of tbe general arrangements for the
state Grand Army encampment in
Kock Island next May met last night
at the Harper house and organized
by electing officers as follows:
Chairman William McConochie.
Vice C'huirman F. V. Itahnsen.
Secretary John Rinck.
Treasurer W. J. Hanson.
A sub-committee to name the sev
eral committees in connection with
the meeting was chosen consisting of
the chairman. Maj. C". W. Hawes,
Charles Mellugh. F. AV. lSahnsen, E.
II. Uuck, W. C Maucker. C. B.. Knox
and John Kinck. The following com
mittees were selected:
Finance Charles Mellugh, Mayor
H. F. Knox, ex-Mayor T. J. Medill,
Charles Oswald, John Ohlweiler, Capt.
J. M. Heardsley, Warren M. Reck, II.
V.. Casteel, Carl Helpenstell, Paul
Press and Printing Committee YV.
1. Quayle, H. P. Simpson, J. K. Brand
enburg, J. F. Egan; John Rinck.
A tslogrnlar Salt.
The Rock Island road has a singu
lar damage case on its hands in Des
Moines. George N. Crane has begun
suit against it there for $20,000 dam
ages for injuries alleged to have
been sustained while in the employ
of the company as an engineer. He
claims that his health was injured
by poisonous gases escaping from if
box of fuses and torpedoes kept
over the seat which he was compell
ed to -occupy while he ran the en
gine. The fuses were composed of
highly explosive materials, he de
clares, and were packed loosely in
the box, no effort being made to pre
vent their ignition. Finally, one
dav near Avoea, one of them became
ignited, and the fumes from it near
Iv overcame all in the cab. Water
was thrown on the box and into it,
but this did not cause the fumes to
cease. Crane was cmjellcd to keep
his seat in rder t run the engine,
und since that time he has been un
able to. w-ork. and has been in such
poor health that he has required
medical attendance most of the time.
He cluims in his petition to have been
in this condition for nenrly a year.
A Care for ItNot a Intent Care All. Norm
Modern Miracle, hat Simply a Ra
tional Care for Dyspepsia.
In these days of humbuggery and
deception, the manufacturers of pat
ent medicines, as a rule: seem to
think their medicines will not sell un
less they claim that it will cure every
disease under the sun. And, they
never think of leaving out dyspepsia
and stomach troubles. They are
sure to claim that their nostrum is
absolutely certain to cure every dys
peptic and he need look no further.
In the face of these absurd claims
t is refreshing to note that the pro
prietors of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab-
ets have carefully refrained from
making undue claims or false repre
sentations regarding the merits of
his most excellent remedy for dys
pepsia and stomach troubles. Thej
make but one claim for it, and that
s, that for indigestion and various
stomach troubles Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets is a radical cure. They go
no farther than this, and any man or
woman suffering from indigestion,
chronic or nervous dyspepsia, who
will give the remedy a trinl will find
that nothing is claimed for it that
he facts will not fully sustain.
It is a modern discovery, composed
of harmles vegetable ingredients
acceptable to the weakest or most
delicate stomach. Its great success
n curing stomach troubles is due to
the fact that the medical properties
are such that it will digest whatever
wholesome food is taken into the
stomach, no matter whether the
tomach is in goyd working order or
not. It rests th6 overworked organ
and replenishes the body, the blood,
the nerves, creating a healthy nppe-
Ite, gives refieshing sleep and the
blessings which always accompany
a good digestion and proper assimi
lation of food.
In using Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
no dieting Is required. Simply eat
plenty of wholesome food and take
these Tablets at each meal, thus as
sisting and resting the stomach
which rapidly regains its proper di
gestive power, when the Tablets will
be no longer required.
ervous dyspepsia is simply a con
dition in which some portion or por
tions of the nervous system, are not
properly nourished. Good digestion
invigorates the nervous system and
every organ in the body.
Any druggist will tell you Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets give universal sat
isfaction. FREE IF IT FAILS.
We give you a written guarantee to
refund your money should Kld-Ke-Oius
fall to cure Backache, or Kidney
Diseases. We do this becanse Experi
ence . teaches us - that Kid-Ne-Oida
never fail to effect a cure.. 60 cents.
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
POLICY OF PARTY
Minority Leader Richardson Out
lines Work for Democrats
REFORMS ARE TO BE URGED
Reciprocity, Tariff Reduction and
Kconomy the Main Con
siderations. Washington, Nov. 27. Representa
tive Kichardson of Tennessee, who
will be the democratic nominee, for
speaker, outlines the democratic pol
icy in the nfty-seventh congress as
1 think we shall' stand for rec
iprocity and demand legislation upon
this subject that will be of practical
benefit to American consumers.
"2. That democrats should advo
cate reduction of the tariff the re
moval of prohibitive features, at
"3. We will certainly work for re
trenchment of expenditures and en
deavor to prevent extravagant waste
fulness in the use of the people's
"4. We will demand legislation for
the suppression and control of the
trusts. The republicans of the house
passed an anti-trust, law last con
gress, but it was carefully pigeon
holed by republicans in the senate.
"3. In my opinion, there should be
reduction of the war taxes. A large
surplus has been piled tip and it
should be returned to the people
through curtailment of internal rev
enue taxation to which they are now
subjected. We are ready to join
hands with any party to do these
As to Trusts.
"Do you look for any practical leg
islation upon trusts'.'" Mr. Richard
son was asked.
"I do not," was the laconic reply.
"What will be the attitude of dem
ocrats in regard to the Philippines
"1 should judge it would be de
termined bv the democratic caucus
when the time arrives."
With a republican majority of 3D
to contend against, and with that
majority superbly organized and
bossed, the democrats of congress
are united in the lelief that they will
have to right hart! and persistently
for everything which they will get.
They are absolutely assured that
there will be no tariff reduction.
Its Intluenre Has Keen Felt hy so Many
Kwk Island Iteaders.
The soothing influence of relief.
after suffering from itching piles.
from eczema or any itchiness of the
skin, makes one feel grateful to the
remedy. Doan's Ointment has
soothed hundreds. Here's what one
Hock Island citizen savs:
F. A. Scott, of 2500 Fifth-ami
a-half avenue, retired farmer, says:
I tried various remedies, but never
got any permanent relief until I
used Doan's Ointment. I saw it was
especially recommended for my trou
ble and got a box at Marshall &
Fisher's drug store. It worked like
a charm and stopped the intolerable
tching almost immediately. I con
tinued the use of it for a short time
and was cured."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the U. S.
Kemember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
When you feel that life is hardly
worth the candle take a dose of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They will cleanse your
stomach, tone up your liver and reg
ulate your bowels making you feel
like a new man. For sale by all
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets cure biliousness, constipa
tion and headache. They are easy to
take and pleasant in effect. For sale
by all druggists.
of Eemicks Pepsin Blood Tonic will
make you fairly sparkle with new life
and vigor. For sale by all druggists.
MISS DENTON Palmist, 124 West Third
street. Davenport, oives advice on busi
ness, love, marriage, sickness and health.
AImo given the best time for lawsuits, busi
ness ventures, etc Hours, 10 to noon, 3 to
5 and 7:30 to 8 p. m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctlv. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, "marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness.' death, accidents and
everthinfc of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to 10 p. m. 705 Fourth avenue. .
MEDIUM AND PALMIST Gives full name
of all callers, etc. Free tests to all persons
calling. Lovem or any in trouble, what
ever the nature of the same may be, will
find Instant help. Your entire life read
like an open book. If you worry, go to the
medium of mediums, permanently located
at 113 Third avenue. Rock Island. I1L See
sign, "Free Testa to AIL" Hours from 8
a. m. to B p. m.
MADAM BOSWELT Mysteries of the hand.
Your band noid tne secret oi your me;
changes, accidents, personal and domestic
difficulties are written there. Madam Bos
welL who combines psvehic power with
ber reading of the hand.' is able to advise
yoa with unerring accuracy upon all your
affairs. If you are uncertain, in 111 health,
making changes or in marital or domestic
complications, uhe can help you by point
ing the right way. Palmistry U a science,
and tbe person who understands it can in
fluence others to avoid obstacles, avert
evils and conquer enemies. She is at her
parlors- at 1824 Fourth avenue, next to
Swedish Lutheran church.
Not a Mistake of
WASTED FKMALK HELP.
WANTED A girl tor second cook at Klrk
man s restaurant, 31 10 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A lady solicitor In the grocery
business. One experienced In soliciting
preferred. Address -H. 50." Argils office.
WANTED An experienced girl to dip
Moline candy kitchen, 1(308 Third avenue,
WASTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Collector and salesman. Inquire
Singer office, loiy beconu avenue, sa. aic
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED Three young men of good ad
dress. Steady empl03-ment. Pleasant work,
with opportunity of learning good trade.
Address -II ." Argus.
WANTED Two active men. residents of the
city preferred. Good opportunity for jwr
manent position. Call about 5:30 p. m.,
room 2, 301 Twentieth street.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
nionev making specialty to the grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company, Decatur,
111. None but tirst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED - To rent a furnished house near
car line. Central location preferred. Ad
dress "A. Argus.
WANTED One or two unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping by one person.
Lower part of town preferred. Address
"E. C. 15," Argus office.
WANTED To rent a house of seven or
eight rooms between Seventeenth and
Twenty-flfth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," Argus.
WANTED Position as cook or to do general
housework bv woman of experience. Ad
dress or call at 2611 Fifth avenue.
WANTED Two or three unfurnished rooms
with heat, east of Seventeenth street.
Llovd. the hatter.
WANTED Turning lathe, gig saw and small
Frinting press for use at the industrial fair,
nquire of J. W. Cavanaugh.
WANTED Boarders, with or without rooms,
in tirst-class location. Best table board.
Telephone 1399. Residence 1229 Second ave
nue. WANTED Anv person who will distribute
circulars for'M dailv should address Stan
dard company, 4 Wells, Chicago. Steady
position. No canvassing.
WANTED 1.000 people who are in need of
ready money to call at the Greater New
York Loan Bank. 320 Twentieth street.
Phone 5723 brown. All unredeemed pledges
at half price.
WANTED-Second-hand buffalo robe, anvil,
vice, roll desk, folding bed. light sleigh
runners, and steam heated furnished room,
with meal tickets. Address Box 2S7, Rock
WANTED An established wholesale house,
recently incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salarv 100 per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest tl.000
in capital stock of companv, on which divi
dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City. Mo.
WANTED In each county a person of in
tegrity and good standing to represent ana
advertise well established business house
of solid financial standing. Salarv 1S week
ly and expenses, payable weekly in cash
direct from head offices. Horse and car
riage furnished when necessary. Cash ad
vanced for expenses. References. Enclose
selt-addressea slam jea envelope. Bwuuaru
House, 3S4 Caxton Building. Chicago.
SEE WILLIAMSON for storage.'
loaned on housenoiu gooas. iou
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS Young men
wanted lor railway man cierts. inter
state Corresponding Institute, Cedar Rap
FIRM OF HIGH STANDING would increase
corps of representatives caiung on pnysi
cians. Our SO men now average 40 weekly.
Exclusive territory. Steady employmeut.
Box 64. Station O, New York City.
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes all kinds ot second nana gooas.
will pav more than anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done alo. J.P.Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4SS4.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage neipor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline that can
do it for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wains bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mail. Moline, 111.
DO YOtJ WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
perience places us in a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure vou success. Ask for free letters
of information and bulletin of daily papers
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver, Racine, Wis.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A black French poodle two months
old. with snort tan. tew wnue nairs on
lower lip. Return to 1407 Sixth avenue and
LOST Fox terrier with black eye. black
to the name of -Dixie." Suitable reward
by phoning 590, Davenport.
LOST A black pocketbook containing $21 in
bills ana note aaaresxea to tne owner, J. o.
Wilson. Was lost between Fifteenth street
and Third avenue and Harper House. Lib
eral reward for its return to 1422 Third
ANSWERS to the following are at this office:
D." - -
FIRST-CLASS BOARDING At 1405 Fourth
avenue. Location central, house modern,
rooms newly furnished. A few. more rooms
with board can be had by applying at above
number. - - - -
They are made all right but we
bought too many of this one
style. We have to stand the loss,
you get the benefit. .
Men's cadet kid (like cut) dou
ble rope stitch, double sole shoes,
regular sizes, B, C and D widths.
A shoe we have been showing in
our window at $4.00,
While they last $3.15
Opposite Ilarper House.
FOR RENT Unfurnished
1405 Second avenue.
rooms. Call at
FOR RENT One room, all modern conven
iences, at 217 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Nicelv furnished front room
with heat and bath at 1118 Second avenue.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room with
all modern conveniences at 2200 Sixth ave
nue. FOR RENT Furnished room, with or with
out plain board. Terms reasonable. 311
FOR RENT Neatly turnished room, with
heater, suitable for two. three blocks
from Harper house 1916 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT A nicely furnished room, with
bath and hot and cold water, at 2012 Ninth
avenue. Address "T. 15." care of Argus.
FOR RENT Three nice unfurnished room,
for light housekeeping if desired, with
privilege of bath. Call at825Twenty-fourth
FOR RENT Room with loard for one or
two gentlemen at $3.50 per week. Ten min
utes' walk from business center. Conven;
lent to all car lines. Address "R 21," Argus -
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A modern flat, central location.
Apply at 1700 Third avenue.
FOR RENT H-room house. 728 Fifteenth
street. Inquire at 1623 Second avenue.
FOR RENT S. S.Hull has several houses for
rent from $10 to so. Call at room 15, Mit
chell & Lynde building.
FOR RENT A live-room cottage with mod
ern conveniences at 90S First avenue. In
quire at 912 First avenue.
FOR RENT New H-room house with all mod
ern improvements, good location, rent
cheap if taken soon. Gordon and Bowman.
FOR RENT House ot six rooms with mod
ern conveniences at 529 Eleventh street.
Inquire of J. D. Beecher, 000 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Dwelling of seven rooms, with
all modern conveniences, at 1103 Seven
teenth street. Inquire at 1105 Seventeenth
FOR RENT Modern 8-room house at 709
Twenty-second street. Bath, gas and fur
nace. Will lease for six months. Keys at
office of Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR RENT Six-room house, Just completed.
All modern conveniences. Hot and cold
water, heat and light. Located 111S Nine
teenth street. Apply T. E. Vietch,. Harper .
FOR RENT 613 Twenty-third street, excel
lent location, nice modern 8-room house,
bath. gas. barn. etc. This Is a very desira
ble location and the lot is large. This
house should rent readily at the price de-
. desired, which is 22. You can get key at
the office of Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE A barn, almost new, for one
horse. 2912 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE A choice 10-acre fruit farm for
sale in South Rock Island. Finely im
proved. See Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE A lot in Black Hawk addition
on Fifteenth street, near Twelfth avenue.
Inquire at 825 Twelfth street.
FOR SALE One ot the best stock or dairy
farms in Bowling township, containing NJ
acres, about fio in pasture, balance under
cultivation. Good house and other build
ings. Well watered. Price 40 per acre.
Terms easy. John Stahlnecker, Milan, 111.
FOR SALE Lots in McEniry"s addition bv
E. J. Burns, room 12. Mitchell & Lynde
building. These lots are on Sixth avenue,
between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street car lines. Terms to suit purchaser.
FOR SALE A new well built cottage home
on Fifteenth street near Twelfth avenue.
Faces east on the new park, five rooms
downstairs and three more can be finished
upstairs, attic floored, nice full length cel
lar, city water and sewer, barn, welL 4-inch
siding. Price is very reasonable. Just what
the house cost. Apply to Goldsmith St Mc
Kee. FOR SALE Lots In Velle s addition, south
of Edgewood park, that have been selling
from i0 to 4i per lot, wilL for the next
60 days, sell for $2cxi to $250 per lot. This
property lies southeast of Edgewood park,
and they are all nice, level lots. It is a big
bargain for investors or home seekers.
For sale . by E. E. Morgan. Rooms 3 and 4,
Skinner building. Moline, 111.
FOR 8ALK MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A first-class saloon in Davenport,
cheap if taken at once. Eastman, Godfrey
FOR SALE Two large house plants, a palm
and fern. Inquire at 2519 Fifth-and-a-half
FOR SALE Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Eastman it Co.,
17I4H Second avenue.
FOR SALE A good cow: will be fresh in
five or six weeks. Inquire at 729 Fourteenth-and-a-half
FOR SALE A fine, gray team of driving
horses. Will be sold cheap If taken at
once. Apply to William Scbaarman, at
Young & McCombs'.
FOR SALE A nrst-class second-hand house
heating boiler, self-feeding. Can be used
for steam or hot water heat. A bargain to
parties having use for it.. Allen, Myers St
FOR SALE A complete bookkeeping schol
arship with the International Correspond
ence schools. Will sell at less than cost at
club rate. Cash or monthly payments.
Address "A 23." Argus office.
FOR SALE At a great bargain if taken at
once, a boot case, one casn register, aii
'kinds of fixtures and linoleum. Apply at
the Greater New York Loan bank, SJ0
Twentieth street. Phone 3V23 brown.
MONET TO LO AN.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind or security, aiso cnoice property tor
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on 'diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid .
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half I tie usual
store prices. ,. All business . transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 1623 Second avenue. Don't forget
' it. J.W.Jones. Two rings on 1347.